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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: July 29, 1961
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I 2 MEN KILLED BiER GAS 2 DROWN WHEN FISHING I



Deadly gases from rotting tion. BOAT CAPSIZES IN CANAL '

mangrove vegetation killed two I
workers Thursday at & construction Police said Julius was digging Mrs. Ernestine Lynch Moss,
site behind the Sunrise.Blvd. in a 10-foot hole where n ap
shopping center at Fort sewers are being' laid for tie or popularly known as "Baby : :' '- : "
Laderdale.CharJes. city by McDonough Construction 'S, Stln," drowned last Saturday ? :
Co. He ,collapsed although a afternoon in a canal southwest b l
Austin, 32. tif }*ort fresh air was being' pumped iqto of Miami near Okeechobee Rd.,
Lauderdale and Julius; Austin, him' as a normal l safety prec u- while on a fishing trip.
54 of :Miami died after beingrushed
to Lauderdale Beach 11oepltal : tlon.Charles and then Broadua attempted Mrs. Moss, 21, attended Dor-

; They were unrelated. to rescue him. Both sey High School. She was a na
were felled after Charles inadvertently tive Miamian and lived with her
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A third victim Joe Droadus, ; knocked aside \the air i parents at 1312 NW 66th St.
47, of Dania was transferred to pump police said. k A
Provident Hospital for observa- ]
Mrs. Moss was fishing along

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drowned. She fell overboard with
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the other victim, William *
"iiiireni C rr'Nix t s- ter, 43, 2339 NW 68th St. aa he 1
and Metro Sgt. Roy Kllnger 29
attempted to exchange places in


Freedom Riders' ReleaseA I fishing Divers boat.recovered both bodies

soon after the accident.

bid ott Wednesday to win -- The Rev. Father David H. '1.fra.M.o8s Is survived by her

"freedom rider" Brooks A.D., B.D., D.D., vicar parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luther
release of a
GRAVES FILES of St. Michael and All Angel (Alma) Lynch a husband Arthur Mrs Ernestlnce Lynch Moss
from a Mississippi jail was turned I Episcopal Church and Episcopal Moss Jr.,, three sisters,
down by Supreme Court Jus- NEW AIRPORT: Chaplain at Florida A&M Uni- Doris Patricia and Edith; two Services will be held noon today -
tice Hugo Black. versity will be the guest preacher brothers, Rudolph and Edward; from Mt. Tabor Baptist I
INTEGRATIONBRIEF at Christ Episcopal Church three sons, Keith Kevin and Church with Range Funeral
Habeas corpus action was Derrick. Home in charge.
Coconut Grove on July 80 at the
brought on behalf of Elizabeth 7:30. a.m. choral Eucharist ser ______ u____ _____
Porter Wyckoff 45, of New
Tallahassee Atty. 0. J!]l. vice. Father Brooks will also
York City, contending that her Graves of Miami has asked Federal serve as assistant celebrant to

Conviction invalid.was unconstitutionaland Judge Harold Carswell to Father Theo. R. Gibson duringthe New Trial Ordered in
rule on his suit to Integrate the Communion Service.

Black said in a brief opinion, municipal airport restaurant I
served 14
Father Brooks has
there was not enough evidence here without considering the
to show that all state.legal pro- constitutionality of,a Florida law years at St. Michael and All
\,' ., Angela where he has grown Narcotics Conviction
I, S : cese ,had been exhausted' allowing"-to choose *his' restaurant customers.: operator. from a 12 membership .to' 400 I :
and conditioned Canterbury
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The court is in summer recess I
and Justice Tom C. Clark the The attorney contended that House. He La a member of Copt Who Admitted :Weston 6. Eraslle Jr., a white
only other member of the Supreme the state law isn't involved in Phi Beta Sigma fraternity 32 I detective, 'also accused in the
Court available agreed his case and a constitutional degree Mason, member of the Jackson case,, pleaded innocent.
with Black's action.. test would be .usnecessary. executive board of Tallahassee Frame Made His trial*and the sentencing of
NAACP, Interdenominational Johnson and Collier Is set for
Miss Wyckoff was arrested last Graves made hit point in a Ministerial l Alliance and first ArrestA mid-August before Judge Den G.Wt"ard' .
month in Jackson, Miss., when brief filed with the court. vice president of state NAACP. .
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I she Joined a group of other Judge Carswell delayed a decision The junior choir will be presented new trial for a woman con ,," .
"Freedom Riders"of the attempting bus terminal to in the lawsuit pending a at this service and will be vlcted on narcotic charges on Flees 3 Accidents 8
qnteHareas
designated for whites.Convicted ruling on the constitutional In charge of the music under the the testimony of two policemenwho .' ,
Question. lie said a constitutional direction of the organist, Mrs. admitted they framed an. Red Lights ;
of a breach of the test would be unnecessary. Laura Westberry. The public is other woman on a similar chargewas ,

peace, ahe was sentenced to two court. ,I. I Invited to attend this service. Criminal ordered Court on Judge Tuesday Gene WIl-by 7 Stop SignsA

months in jail or a fine of $200. litma.Twentyone'yearold. I
... speeding motorist who left
AFRICANS GET ,
She is to be released on August Final results of the referoa* Mildred the scene of three accidents fan

11. VOICE IN dum on constitutional proposals; Gordon was sentenced to two eight red' lights and seven stop
bitterly opposed by both Africannatlonall.ts signs, and injured a 'woman sitting -
for allegedly possessing
The petition was filed by William years
and the rightwingwhite in a parked car, ;was chased'abd
PARLIAMENTSalisbury marijuana cigarettes.
M. Kunstler New York at- Dominion Party, showed arrested by Miami police
# torney for the American Civil 41. In favor and 21,846 William Johnson and Charles Tuesday night.
Liberties Union. It contended Southern Phodeela against, Collier the two Officers have Dewitt Singletary 38, of 1670
Prime Minister Edgar WhItehead $ -
since pleaded guilty. ,to perjury, NW 6th Court, was also 'bpoked
under the U, S. Constitution and
declared Thursday that a The plan would give Ne- for Investigation of attempted
laws and rulings of the Interstate new chapter of history is unfolding groes 15 of the 69 teats in the They "framed"' Eloise Jackson burglary at the Dixie Dell Oil
Commerce Commission In this British colony where new Parliament but Negro leaders last April, they admitted, Co., 1601 NW let ave., wherehe
voters approved a plan Of the demanded more. Some white when they testified that they was first spotted by police.
Miss Wyckoff: had a right to en-
white government to give Negroes factions fought relinquishingany found marijuana cigarets in a Ho was overtaken at NW 10th
Nter any area of the bus terminal. 'I. a voice In parliament.CKCKILA seats whatsoever to the store operated by her at 161 NW Ave. and 26th St. after a hasty

blacks. 7th ,It.Stone. share
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Who Will Be "Miss i


./ Youth Citizen" Goldberg and Hodges Hailed as Civil Rights 'I!


For 1961 ?
..c.... Ribicoff :1
On August 27 "Miss Youth Champions; and Freeman Criticized :

Cltlien" for the year of 1961 a .1 4L r
will be chosen. ,w4.' I :Kennedy's CabinetIs give his rating of the Riders more than on the administration I

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.' itlll not Integrated
: 'lI"1 Heartbeat" column one
Evaluated through 10. with "performance Those coming fifth, sixth, aev-
} and public expressions of atti enth and eighth are Postmaster
4 4'" t tude" on integration as the basis
C. Summer Stone Jr., editorof General J. Edward Day, Secretary -
for judgement.
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: 1J the "Washington Afro-Amer- of Interior Steward Udall

'D 1 lean" ,has praised Secretary of He places Secretary of Labor Secretary of State Dean husk,
5- tin} Commerce Luther Hodges aSoutherner and Secretary of Defense( Robert
; I : and scoffed at two Arthur Goldberg as No. 1, because ,
"McNamara.
'r' .' he is "far and away the
Northerners generally regarded
'. molt decisive and sincere Cabinet He said "Actually Mr.
Ribi
'. \ as civil rights champions In his
-__' }. evaluation of the Kennedy ad. officer" In the area of civil tort does not deserve ninth place
.. 1 LAWIIENCBthe ministration to date. rights. because he is one) of the biggest
'. ., I gold-plated phonies. in the Kennedy -
community for the aumm r. He lists of the "
Secretary of Agriculture Or- Secretary Treasury administration .
1 They are: Andrea Woods, vllle Freeman and Secretary of c. Douglas Dillon and Secretary
Ilodgee, a near tie, for "Ribicoff stands for
j Cecilia Lawrence and Joan. Health Education and Welfare nothing but
Btorr. Abrham Jllblcoff are the targets second and third places, on his Abe Ribleoff," he said.6iztng ,

The plaque for the award is of Stone's bitter criticism. scale of civil right performanceand up the secretary of agriculture -
being contributed by Mrs Paul expressions.The stone laid: ,
Bromberg of Miami Beach The The widely circulated semiweekly 'Freeman. is just 10 abomfn ''I
.. ANDREA WOODS tussle Gamble. Mrs. KathleenT. the Democratic ticket in the I General Robert Kennedy fourth just doesn't merit comment He .l i!

nominees are volunteer Clone is the ponsor of the I election and la still strongly pro place on the strength of his per rune a grim plantation, I bless his.

workers The doing various jobs In organization. Kennedy. forznance with the Freedom bigoted ill 01' eouL" ..


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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

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Celebrities and city and Juanita Green of the Herald, -
bounty officials were on hand Some of those (attending included Mr. and Mrs. Garth C. Redveei$ of NOW SHOWING '
last Tuesday when Miami's Commissioners Walter the Miami 'tim@s, Mr. and .Mrs. .. ,
:plush Hampton House had its.. Weiss, Joe Boyd and Dr. JaCk Abe' tilrSnbaum of Viking )Press, 3 BIG HITS 3
Beckwlth of Metro. Commission Charles C. North, ,V. O. Perry, .
:grand opening. Mrs. I. P. Davis and -'-- -
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at six city commission and Metro News Charles Lockhart.
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

PHIL OSSOFER 1 SATURDAY, JULY 29 1961 PAGE 3


Around MiamiBy = SAYS: A School Board Assigns One i


Those manufacturers who are More to Allapattah School :
,_ DAVE BONDU fooling consumers with deceptive
l labelling' and packaging may -
soon be weighed on the scales of The Dade School Board woundUp

k ,, _,, .... ... __ __._ justice. So tAr they've been getting its 1961 pupil assignment PEACEMAKER
'.H' "awelgh' With murder, so hearings last Thursday after denying -
FROM MARIETTA'S Guest Dr. I. P. Davis' daughter, Iral, to speak. 28 requests for a changeIn KILLED OVER
House here In Nassau, this and the Ernest Crowders' daughter schools, approving eight, and lOc
column comes to you throughthe Evadney Pearsall Well I personally, by watching postponing five. 1
labo'ij'l on paclca ( in the etorps, NEW YORK An lS.year.old'boy
's '
courtesy of North Travel I guess that just about does it Only three of the 41 cases in
who tried to settle noisy
Bureau His secretary, Ann for now. Most likely my Girl have noticed discrepancies and volved Negro children seeking to a
quarrel In a Brooklyn playground -
Saunders acted ae our mailman Friday (Mayma) will do the instances where a larger container attend predominately white was punched and kicked
holds a smaller quantity of schools. Action on two was post
column next week 1 hope. So
to death *by three teenagers lastweek.
Yep+ Nassau is still the place. remember, if you are coming hereto the product. An interesting case poned and the third child was .
1 am working at the Cat and Nassau you can find me at ("I) nun intended) concerns soft assigned to lAllapattah Elemen The argument was over a dime.
Piddle tot drink The most nopular drink 4640 N.W. 12th whichIs
:>Freddie Mannings. Marietta's Guest! House on Okra tary, ave. The victim Judge Sanders,
There is.a swinging show with Hill or the Cat and Fiddle holds 6 ounces, and my favorite already scheduled for token was playing handball with his
Shirley Hdll'a JunTor\ WyrSttes either place, you can live life ginger a1e-like drink hold* 7 desegregation next fall. brother in a school yard when
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from Chlfcago. These six golden minute of it. Peace. ounces Yet if you place the two
y&yhg every Both postponed cases involving the argument ,broke out nearby.
bottle newt to each other
ladies yoU
can dance llkg .
nobddy's renewals of requests which Sanders tried to calm three
will saw the 6 ounce bottle is
business. They are something the larger has .been denied last year. One boys who were shouting at a
In this
that the Glass should have fora Graduates in L. ACynthia rtpc* t>tlon one.fa Involved case, since, no student seeks to attend Miami fourth, trying to borrow a dime-
weekend and the native show
neither nroduct Uflthe contents Edison Junior High and another from him. Suddenly, the trio
blends right in with plenty of qq a sales pitch. North Miami Senior High, nelth turned on Sanders, 'beat him to
dancing. er which has Negro students at the ground and stomped him,
I T undoritand! that the problem present police; said.ROOTIN'.
There is Eric Darby, a real of deceptive packaging is annnterowth
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I call creative dancing. Then we lInn In which the product must
hear the golden voice of the do Its own sell In?. Naturally,
ts'ahds Perry Como '- as he is concentration 1 Iq placed on the
called' hi* name is Carl brace W ntlrTtlypness!\ of the package. A
ThB! rest of the cast includes! Lucille I P Some unscrunu'ous' (unscrupu
Addfirjy, .Peaches Richard loused manufacturers have taken .
(Sweet Richard's sister) George I advantage by cutting down i
Burrows, Cecil Roberts, who tie contents
looks like n. B. King, and Fire New regulations are! due! In
ball Freddie a wonderful guy this Industrv. Most of the present -
and a good M. C. After the big iI regulations governing packaging -
show in the Cat and Fiddle and labeling were written
everybody pies|: into the Ghana before supermarket selling caused
Room where George :Moxie and 4 intense competition in packaging .
Bruce Cokeley keep the custo TOOTIN'I'
mers Jumping That is where I know .ofpome stores' where (
Yours Truly acts like a fool. Oh, packing and labeling Is d o w n
but we have fun. I am glad to p right illegal and unethical Ire.
know I can still make people fer to places' like Shell's City,
laugh, and all of the entertain' whose products are packaged in I'I'I WINE
ers on the island gather here fpr prejudice and inequality, sellingour
the late show, and when the country short. They are short M
musicians start it'( a real Jam Williams, a former weighing Americanism and democracy !
hesslon. All In all Nassau I la the Northwesterner has completedher labelling certain cltl
place! to be and Marietta's Guest high school education In Los tens as /being unfit to eat with ,
House Is the place to stay. Anges: at John G. Fremont High r F j DRINK
I During her attendance at Fre For me and for you, too, I
PRETTY GIRL mont she gained many honors. : I hope, the products of such stores
OF The Week: Princess of Girl's Day, Girl of I must be avoided, for we! are being .Y ,
Vickie Byron Pretty Boy of the Month, vice president! of the cheated out of more than
The Week: Charlie North Student Control, member of Al- I. money You are being cheatedout .."'.......................
Man About Town: Elliott J. per' -Le, president of Future Med of dignity and your rightful .
Pleze. r ics, chairman of Silver Tongues, privileges; as an American and a,
member of scholastics. human being. I am being cheat t s-1 Fastest Drink
ed out of the right to dine with
SLIM RANXISTKR N In KIM-
Miss William has not limited many of my friends.
sau taking a much needed rest in the West
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and herself to school participation.
playing 01f. Louise
She is a member of St. Mala.chy's -
Martin, Bonded Collection Agencyand r. $r
Juanita Smith of the Mon Catholic Church and a ALL FORMS OFINSURANCE The Wild Drinkin
martre, tore the island up for the member of the Young Democrats,
weekend Before leaving a highly Intellecutal communityclub
home I had a talk with the Glass which consists primarily of
and he is happy because he has outstanding college students For everyone We specialize in the
assigned risks, with small down
Big Maybelle this weekend to The Dela Sigma Theta Sorority
keep the "Beat" rockin.' After awarded her a scholarship to payment Financing arranged Big Square BottleI'nxlurexl
her engagement I think he said Long Beach State College as a Aitman; Insurance Agency, 768
he has Chubby Checker or Etta result of her B-plus average and VW 3rd St., FR 1.2421.G.IL'S.
Jonea. coming in. other remarkable traits. She f f1o is by Comstock Vintner,

} major in psychology and complete HUM Frnnclflco, CAU t. I
her training at UCLA.
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Farmer at Bakers Famous Cor- Miss Williams is the daughterof 20% by volume
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Roy of
City will come off real soon .
Watch the TIMES for the date 2330 NW Slat St.NEED A SMOOTH WINE 4 .
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a Z8 I clean up Job done, let's try ,
PAGE 4 SATURDAY JULY 29> 1061 keep everything decently and in Eastern Air Lines plane that was
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freed the 38 passengers, and they
PAUL HENRY On Tuesday two boys swimming: returned to Miami. The plane is
with their dog In a Miami
till being held.
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C'PrThe Springs canal report that an 8 ft.
Judiciary Committee has alligator snatched their dog and
approved the nomination of two fade ,off with him. A little later
commissioners!!, Spottswood W. part of the dog's body tloat d. County Manager r McNavr wants
Robinson III, dean of Howard The gater was hit In the leye by another .survey Bt downtown, Mi
Main Office at 07-IO NW. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1-0421 University Law School and Erwin an officer who' happened to be ami made so as to work out an
Branch at 1112 N.W. Third Avo., Miami,,Florid*-hone FR 82230 Griswold, dean of ltatvard passing by. expressway: route that will satisfy -
University Law School, to be Police said there will be no the State Road Board.. He
II. 12. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher members of the Civil Rights more swimming In .that. canal. asked $23,806 td finance the
GARTH O. REEVES, Managing Editor Commission. Berl I, Bernhard survey.
has been approved as official Tenants who have installed air
(Entered as Second daws flatter, August 9, 1027, at'.the Post Officeat staff director. conditioners In Miami Housing said Commissioner the only -change Arthur since Patten the
projects have been ordered to remove -
Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1870 Seventy more big trucks I them. Executive Director original plans were drawn is the
state administration..
have been hauling: away trash Haley Sofge said on Wednesdaythat
SUBSCRIPTION RATESUXE and other rubbish placed on side people who can afford air Wilbur Smith and Associates
< YEAR ,$4.rs08L'MONTHS $2.75-THREE MONTHS $1.70 walks by Invitation from the conditioning cab afford private which, drew plans for the county
Member of the Associated Negro tress waste department, and from whatwe housing. in 1956 has offered to study all
Member of the National Newspaper Publisher, AnsotlatiOHOK ; have seen, a good Job Is be The projects are not wired for existing proposals and reconv
ing done. Once we get a real air conditioning mend an expressway like which
"(;tthu HIM'' NEGRO PIXKSS" may include utilization of partsor
U'HM$ M'JCJIJO IMMCSS believe that America tan bent lead the world Fidel Castro's much talked of all of the proposed plans, 6r
(from racial and national anlairiwiiisnis. when it accord to every man July 26th celebration came ''an entirely new plan.
''regardless/ of race, color or creed his human and legal rights haters FOR SALE I :: .., -- -- .
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'no innn, faring no man-the \>ero J'r.e"* strives to holp overr man 2-Bedroom Frame
I Mn b.! ck.the. firm belief that all men are hurt as long as anyone is held Home IS YOUR DRIVER'S LICENSESUSPENDED

This home is. completely furnish
ed, alrcondJtloned, has heating
Revenge is the poor delight of little minds-Juvenal units tile bath, spacious! all electric Why wait up to six weeks to clear your record when
kitchen and a Florida room. we can clear you and hav your driver's l license oacit
CITY MANAGER REESE REHIREDLast Located at in your wallet in ONE DAY at ; rServiceFirst
2204 NW 49th St.
week City Manager Melvin Reese was discharged -
; insurance
It's all for the low low Agentv'N.W'SftK'Avfenui
,
by a majority of the City Commissioners. There are
five commissioners. This week he was. rehired. and the price of 497 .N.W'L/7U1 Av nehd \l. 'tuoN&'S.6;
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politicalstorm at'ityvall} is 't)'e't.II.' / $9,500' 16300 t NA4-6612

Two of the commissioners, Joseph DuMond and $600 down will handleIt Open Saturdays 'until 3 p.hl.
.
George DTTBBreuil changed their votes; the third commis- has to be seen to be I )r;,....... .._ _
sioner, B. E Hearn did not. AppreciatedSalesman t. L- J LITHE

The change came about as a result of the recall petitions at property every NEW
and the strong feeling of the public for Melvin Afternoon or
Reese. Phone HI 6-0334 Now IMPERIAL HOTEL & MOTELThe

At the meeting of the commissioners on Monday I 'Percy L. JohnsonReg. Largest in The South
crowds and listened to the rehiring
were present proceedings -
Real Estate Broker 150 Rooms
with keen interest. $8.50 a week and up
3781 Grand Ave.
The converted: commissioners promised to work more Coconut Grove Also Kitchenettes Available
'closely with the City Manager and Manager Reese feel- A complete real estate service 'BEAUTIFUL LOBBY TELEVISION ROOMSPACIOUS
,ingly expressed his desire to remain in public administration CARD ROOM PHONE SERVICE

in Miami. With these sentiments we should have a 50 N.W. 8th Street FR 3.9417

closeness at City Hall beneficial to our community .. .- .' HOT AND COLD WATER FREE PARKING

Our Mayor, Robert King High and Commissioner Announcing The
Henry Balaban are much pleased, with the rehiring of
Manager Reese. HOUSE OF JEWELRYA

However rehiring and all that has happened seem to proud Negro enterprise In
have had little effect upon the recall sponsors. They seem !Miami. A faith we have in you STAR MEAT MARKET
determined' to carry out their plans. to come be in.here. We hope you will

As Ye Editor sees it, we have, or our commissionershave
rehired Mr. Reese. This has been made possible by new High and clam reconditioned workmanship watches to all 1520 N.W. 62nd Street

change of heart in Commissioners DuMond and DuBreuil. to select from, popular brands. ..
Furthermore, in November there will be an election when Costume Jewelry and what have

these two must go ,before the voters. Why then even go )0ll. THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
,to the expense o! having ,a recall? As far as Commissioner In browsing around you will find
( DuMond is concerned, he ought to be given the oppor- other Items! as medicines, cosmetics !*
tunity of serving out the term for which he was elected.If steps. and sundries to save you

a man fiinds he has made a mistake, and correctsit.
there is no reason why he should not be given another Fresh Meat-Low PricesA
chance. Was, his case such a serious one? F. A. BURROWS

To Commissioner Hearn, we did not agree with his
views, but we must respect his' holding. to .them, if he JEWELER
wants to Watch and Jewelry Repairs

?',J 704 NW 3rd Ave. SQUARE DEAL
OUR MORAL STANDARDSCan

we ,Jboist of them? Well let us see how our top YOU IJKRAK 'KM $400 Down
officials feel about our morals. WK FIX 'KM
Sheriff Thomas J. Kelly who keeps tab on us, said ONLY $76 A MONTH!
All work guaranteedSix Sparkling clean CBS.
One
Dade County's rate of 2,569.5 crimes per 100,000 popula- mortgage. Large carporte
tion in 1960 indicated "the moral breakdown and lack of months Near bus
discipline of our people." Air ConditionedFor FULL PRICE $12,000

Dade had the second highest crime rate in the nation your comfort LEGAL
yielding firs't place this year to Los Angeles. Free REALTYMU

County Manager\ Irving McNayr takes a more optimistic Parking. 8-3923 PL 8-0290
view of the crime situation. He said: "People in Dade Open 9 a.m. 11 p.m. Daily Nights Sundays Weekday

County are as honest as they ever were despite a growing -
crime rate. Crime statistics ought to be viewed realistically -
I would be the last to condemn the people of this
area as being morally l low. .

Crime rate can be attributed in part to the economic : NEW MANAGEMENTDO
recession and to the area's growing population."

Dade outstrips other areas of similar size mainly in YOU WANT TO MOVEIN
burglary and robbery and these are crimes which go with
5a transient population; they always have and always'will. A GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD?

There is no doubt that there is room for improve PAYING THE LOWEST 'RENT
ment in Dade County's morals ,but shall we say, let him
who is without sin, cast the first stone? THEN COME AND SEE US

1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments For
'BISHOP MOSES ILL Only

I $7.00 A Week and
The Rt. Rev. William F. Moses, Suffragan Bishop of Up

the Diocese of South Florida who, with Mrs. Moses, is NO CHILDREN ADULTS ONLY
vacationing in London, England, has suffered a heart at-
tack. 3200 N.W. 47th Street
Moses has the Diocese South FlorIda
Bishop served of ..
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THE LOCAL Entertainment Ind. They enjoyed Florida anda
scenery has taken on a bold December visit is on tab _
change within the past few The building committee of The
years.Anybody's opinion for this Church of the Incarnation's
radical change could be Justified. Evening of Dramatic and Enter
Some think Its the promotionsof talnment is Sunday' at the
Clyde Klllens at his Knight church. Go and enjoy an outing,
Beat and the lavish spread .of you won't be sorry. Stone's
the Hampton House. Even so, Funeral Home, an old Florida : S-i
these are spots just recently institution, la now offering Its ;S IY
opened. The change had been services to Miamians. Its avail
gradually creeping up on us. able at 46th st., former locationof .._,
Seniors.
In speaking of entertainmentwe "The Clans"Clyde
are referring to the dine and -
dance 'variety. Our nlte spots RICHMOND. IIGTS.: It Mas Killens
are slowly being Integrated. once paid "suffer little childrento ,,
There are dozens catering to come unto me" It seems as Presents a Special
anyone who chose to enter and It the children sought help from
,be entertained. Add to this the right sources when they ap Breakfast Dance 1
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healthy change the opening of pealed to the Men of the Cloth '' '1 1
The Palms and Oil's, both locat each In his own faith It was a And Show $
ed 'In the downtown section on victory for the children, in fact ''w"
N.E. 1st St. I have visited both it wan a double victory. They
and enjoyed the friendly hos banned the proposed "private" FeaturingBig ,.,
itality. fdrelall white. clubs.. The for the two white men to obtain --""- ---
sWtlttre 18 "ffered dining, license to. operate. As to rezoning MaybelleMon.
an Jirt'-'and j your popular bev Untold nivtl.: Jn order to fight At KNIGHT BEAT
ages. Take an evening off and their or others desires that was
visit theee two places, you will also stopped at the zoning meeting *
like them which was well attended by Nite, July 31
citizens of the Heights. We are Thusday Friday Saturday
A,CARD From my sister, Francis grateful to all tot the fine co After the Boxing Starting ,
Palmer, Key West end of operation in this victory and we
this sheet says she's enjoyingher are peeking' your same support 11 :30. Admission $1.00 JULY 27-28-
New York vacation Ex. (In obtaining the needed facilities .
changing places with Fran was for our community.
Alec Robertson who forsook the The Miami S
Dig City for a Miami vacation BIRTHDAYS t July 25 June BIG MAYBELLE.en.atlonal
with his wife and eon, Isabel Humphrey, receptionist at Dr. A. CARVER HOTEL
and Mike Also taking off Edwards; 26, Arthur Evans,
from the Bronx was Julita Pom- Walton Robinson; 27, Ollle Wil 899 N.W. 3rd Ave.
pey and son, Douglas for a Hams, Fletcher Paschal Jr., .
blues
who
singer is
Announces' The Reopening of Its appearing at Clyde
few weeks stay with her moth Irene Dukes, Annie Mae Harris,
u and dad, Chris and Marie Alyce Martin; 28, Willie Mae DINING ROOM Killens' Knight Beat Club for three nights-last nits
Wareham The Robert Vlck Brown, Ireta Crosby; 29, Caro' tonite and tomorrow nite
Thursday and Saturday
ers were around last week after line Morley, Dorothy Mllloy)) Friday
18 years In New York. Things at Nelson Adams; 30, Juanita Cole, Under New Management July 27, 28 and 29.
home (Miami) have changed Jerona Jamison, F. E. Jones Serving ,
along with the time. I Possessed with style of her I Is
August birthdays: 1, E. Evans Breakfast, Lunch a own, Big Maybello
1VIi.hIAl1i- Graham, J. W. Dunn, Alzeta and DinnerA especially famous for "knocking her audiences cold" and
Bill" ana Wilson, Blanche Harte; 2, Rev.
Yvonne Deveaux Navel another Joseph Reddlck. }i variety of beverages leaving them breathless at the close of her many popular
girl. She Is an pounder Special birthday greetings to renditions.The .
born In Christian Hospital Thurs Little, Patricia Ann Dixon (July \Vo cAter to private parties
day The Prince Cafe, pop 29)) who is the goddaughter of Open N nan to IS midnlteMr entire southeast Florida I Is invited to come out

ular the eecond 14th St.at eatery 15th ave.may open and Barbara to Little Thelma Pamela Bo'ney D Ray and, July ditto *. Marjorie Bryant; and and see and hear Big Maybelle entertain as only Big May
Mr*' Mjrtlo Evans, COlUADAgenIPALM'S belle can entertain. Popular prices will prevail.
69th terr. The building was re 28, her niece. :
cently completed with apts. on
the 2nd flight Lona Brown THEY HAVE taken down the Admission Thursday and Friday $1.24f. Saturday $1.50
Simmons, state education committee sign at the entrance to Virginia
sec'y of the Bethlehem Beach (for painting). Let's
Grand Chapter OES, Is very hope they leave off "for Colored -
busy helping make a selectionfor I Only" Merline Falaon FOR SALENice
their scholarship!' award. She I 145 N.E. 1st StreetIN
and Yvonne Wilcox, two Georgia'
motored to Jax for their July Peach are enjoying their vacation 7 room frame home with fenced yard at 2025
,27-29 session and presentation. here Elliott J. Pieze, THE HEART
SFErh',1 Times staffer and WMBM news NW 6th Place. Convenient downtown location.
GOOD Oook, popular commentator, leaves Saturday ov
.WMBM disc spinner enter afternoon for Nassau on his an DOWNTOWN MIAMI Priced to sell. Terms to responsible buyers Phone
tala hla wife' kin folk, the Leroy nual vacation jaunt. During his
Ltmey of Irvlngton, Ky. absence Fred Hanna will bring Continuous EntertainmentAnd Mr. Walker at TU 8-4585. A12
and Edeel) Thurston, salt mana-1 I you the morning and afternoon
;ger the Mammoth Insurance Co., 'broadcasts Dancing Til 5 a.m. 55 -

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Orchard Villa To MIAMI.

LOOKING THE Conclude Summer SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1961 PAGE 7



SPORTS WORLD OVERBy ProgramOn Camp Jamboree 6 p.m., rides.Displays: exhibits, amusements

Friday, July 28 over 400
youth and four supervisors will July 28 Hot dogs, sno-cones,' soft
LEO B. ARMBRISTERThe say goodbye to a fun-tilled six It's almost here! The closing drinks and candy on sale. Hot
weeks !summer recreation pro event for the Day Camp of The plate dinners available too-so
ft al'll'l1'11'1 gram that has ,been offered since;., James E. Scott Community Association why cookl '
--------------- 1. the 19th of June.
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uncouped act of firing pa birdied the first hole of the The Orchard Villa area, with The entire community awaits There is entertainment galorefor
City Manager Melvin Reese last sudden death play-off of the Mrs. L. Edwards, Miss Dennie the big day, Friday, July 28, a everyone, Friday, July 28,
week was unknowingly about to 12 noon until 6 p.m. Liberty
first flight. Steve McElmurray White Robert Jones and W. F. Camp Jamboree a carnival of
take a 'bigger toll Miami than Square auditorium, 6306 NW
on stayed in the running winningthe Cannon Jr., as directors, has offered fun and activities.The .
many suspected. We of the fourth prize in the second a wide range of activities fun begins at noon. until 14th ave.
Sports World are glad that the flight. Ernie Hayes took the third the of .. _.
for children between ages ---- --------------- ---- -- ---
citizens of this fair city, world's flight walking away with the
6 thru 17. These activities Include
playground, have come to the first prize. This was good repre field trips, swimming trips, PEOPLES DRUG STORE BARBECUE m
front and acted timely In hav sentation for the Par and Birdie' vlslta to Crandon Park, picnicsat I IDrug
ing this of vision
man great for Club. Virginia Key, soft ball games AND LUNCHEONETTE
the 'prospect for Miami reinstated ALL STAR PITS MANTLE with other schools, doll and pet m
In his job, so that he may AND MARIS shows, art and craft work and 402 and 406 N.W. 8th Street FR 4.5874
further give Miami what
to It bicycle safety test.
so desperately needs to keep It The 31st All Star baseball Many awards were given to Store Bar.B-Que
as a leader to the sports loving game will be played in Doston's children who showed outstanding
world. Fenway Park Monday, July 31. skill and ability in the various Specializing In prescriptions, Featuring: breakfast, lunch
Mr. Reese gained favor with This game primarily conceived' activities offered patent medicines and sundries ai.J dinner, Old Hickory liar
"Looking The Sports World to match the greatest players of becue from 5 .p.m.>>
Over" when he was far sighted each league against the other I It Is felt by all that this has Open dolly OHIO:: a.m. 12 p.m.
enough to see a boost for MiamiIn still has this motive as its basis, I been a most rewarding and won Fri, Sat to 1:30 a.m. Open Fri & Sat. to 2:30: a.m
but there have ,been derful summer at Orchard Villa
what might apparently be an many fringes Satisfaction Guaranteed Free DeliveryWIN
insignificant mention now and added as the years went 'by,
there have been Ward Durges zone coordinator, _
then of what Miami possessedand personal
W. F. Cannon Jr., area chair 2.a- ?
achievements that have
offered to the world aroundit garnished
; in the spirit of cooperationfor the players abilities, there man. .
the good of Miami, he ex have been favorite stars, who
tended a courtesy card to this have always drawn an argument
column to play any of the city's from a dissenting fan. There YMCA
golf courses, this shows some of have been many breathtaking Planning6th
his depth in the business of gain- records posted in the books to PRIZES !
Ing publicity for the city that be matched. I Musical Soiree"Plans
thrives on what the world This 31st game is expected to I
knows about It. Here is hoping hold the same thrills all preceding are in the making for
that he may continue his good / games have given; but a the YMCA's 6th annual Musical
work uninterrupted. slight deviation of opinion Soiree," Arlington Sands, chair By Listening ToW
GOLFING VISITOR LIKES might come from those who try man of the committee announced
to glimpse the fine line of dis- today. Mr. Sands pointed out
MIAMI t tinction in greatness in the performance that the Soiree which is rated as
Lonnie Thomas of Madison If of a couple of pairs of Miami's most cultural event of M B M 1-2-2-0
solid proof of the class of golfer I out fielders Mantle and Marls I the season will be held August
the west coast Is producing. He -for the Yanks and Mays\ and I 13 from 4:30: p.m. through 7:00:

took us around the front nine at Cepeda for the Giants. The p.m.Carver In Branch the Breezeway of the When your favorite WMBM Disc Jockey calls you,
Miami trend of the argument will be
Springs with
looking four over par. No a telling good their hitting prowess and al Sands said that the I answer your phone by saying "WMBM 1.2.2.0". If

what he will do after he is able though, this it will wl.l give not a prove fair idea conclusive ; will feature the compositions program of you are listening to WMBM. If you do this, you will

rounds.to go the course for a few more since each will be hitting the George Frederick Handel l this have won $12.20, and if you are able to identify the
with William
year S. Johnson
pitching of the other best -
MIAMIANS SIIOWKD WELLAT These are the leaders performers in I serving as music consultant. Disc Jockey and answer a simple question, you will

JAX .. their respective! leagues and all I Thirty-four of Miami's outstanding win a special prize. Remember, say WMBM 1220.
will be focused their
eyes on women are serving as
A local boy made good at the capabilities to hit the strange sponsors this year. Mr. Sands en CALLS MADE ALL DAY LONG
Jacksonville Open Gate Golf pitching of another league.AVKRAGKS courage the cltleznry to mark
Tournament last week. C. C. this date on the calendar and bea .
Richardson proved he was the. BOWLING part of this annual musical
best in the pro ranks by coming Ted Potter still leads the event. SPECIAL PRIZES'
from seven strokes behind to league with a 171 average falling ;- -:
deadlock the match with Lil off one point, in .second spotis
Dickson of Dartow and then Jamey Mitchum, even thoughhe Advertise It Pays! $122 CashWashing $212.20 Cash
knocked him off with a birdie lost two points with 165 Eddie -
after three holes of a sudden Thorpe with 159 and J. Machine TV large screen, worth
death match. White 156 and A. Beason round

f,' ,Mlamlans were not to be outdone out the top five averages of the Room Full of Furniture over $250Fishing
if and made a gallant ,bid in men of the league. PALM'S
all other divisions. Coach Edwards The lead of the women has $312.20 Cash equipment and
took down the second bren taken over by Jerry King boat worth $500Refrigerator
prize in the senior division. with 147. Kathy Rockwell drop 145 N.E. let: StreetIN
Frank Rivers was strong in fin ping to second with 143; next is $412.20 Cash
ishing in a dead heat for second Dot McIntosh with 128. ZIpha Hi Fi Set
and had to finally settle for the Bryant and Juanita Campbellhas THE HEARTOF 3-day trip to Nassau for
third spot as McIIenry of Tam 125 each.
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I PAGE a \SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1961"Success
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WINNER TO BE NAMED' t.' THIS SUNDAY NIGHT The Champ"


Compliments of .

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the Year's Winner a u r.[
are coming down Last Nfl AR is .
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home stretch and It looks like \f\ The TopeContestants," Y: .
close finish! The contestants In ,
the Barmaids Popularity Contestare
gathering In their final

votes for a whirlwind windupand .............. .......,.,,. LOUNGE
at the moment, Miss Rosetta
Smith of the Savoy Satellite I II
Lounge Is In the ead, followed I 6222 N.W. 7th Ave.
closely by the two popular bar I
maids of Tiny's 7th Ave. Bar,
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Miss Queen Esther and Miss ,r Phone PL 9-9400
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Irma Clarke. Miss Lorean Carrof 4 WILBUR BRASSFIELD
the Sir John's 535 Club Is
ma'.clng: a late rally (we couldn'tget Barmaids: Rosetta Smith Clem Pettigrew
her picture In on time) and
Is In fourth position with Miss :: ;:;:; : :; '? :; :
of Baker's Famous
Debris Taylor
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Corner In fifth place. ,
These standings are announced '
as of Wednesday evening, July Congratulations
26 and may change greatly be-
fore the final announcement Is BETTY GRAY ./:44f
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made on Sunday night, when the
contest: comes to a, close."The., results I ........ .'.... .. I .,', To* The Winner v
with the name of the win the Barmaids Ball on this Sun
ner, will: be announced from the day night at the Knight Beat ROSETTA SMITH
floor of the Knight Beat Club There will be two bands for con
when the Barmaids Ball Is In full tinuous dancing, Dizzy Jones and Savoy Satellite Lounge 0--0
swing this Sunday night at the his orchestra and Frank Dubois s
Sir John Hotel. Combo. Bobby Marshall will play 11,000 Points wt-

his role as master of ceremoniesfor ,y. ....."w'N'+vSk'Mw s-,vM''rIr
The contest cornea to a cloee the floor show and host to TINY'S f
officially at 6 p.m. this Sunday the many celebrities who will be :.t 4 pY H
and Impartial observers will present. There will be gifts and .,
watch the tally closely. This novelties and many (surprises. Bar & Package Store
being the final; edition of the Mi Join In the gala occasion. Table
ami Times before the great af I reservations may be made by <
fair, a voting coupon valued at contacting Harry Paul at the 2203 NW 7th Av.
100 points may be used to help Knight Beat, or by calling Daveat
the candidates of your choice FR 3.3381.Remember .
forge ahead In the contest. Do
(Opp. Seaboard
your part in Helping your favor- the winner of the
ite by clipping this coupon and contest will receive their choice Terminal
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filing it out. You also will havea of a week In Atlantic City at (
chance at one of the awards the Jamaica Motel during the : '
,being given to one of the lucky Miss America Beauty Pageant GREGG IIAMM
voters. (Sept. 5-11)) or a'thrill-filled stayat Phone FR 1.9408 Everybody Welcome
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the world-famous resort of :
Each advance ticket to the affair Hotel Castelbaitt in Port-aw Air conditioned\ for your comfort
which is purchased from Prince, Haiti. Flight will b* by *' Barmaids:. Irma Clarke Queen Esther

your favorite contestant is also Pan i American Jet, the world's T"' "'H..V. .. _'.....,' ..w........, = = :: :: :: :?
valued at 100 points in the voting most experienced airlines Voters
QUEEN ESTIIERTiny' _5 =$ r :: :: :: ::. = = :: ::: ::
so make it a point to get I prizes in the contest will alto be
your ticket now! Advance tick one of the trips and two U 15 7th Ave. '
ets are only $1.00, with admission U. S. Savings Bonds. So get your Our sincerest
at the door $1.25. This will II votes in before the final deadline. 8,000 Points *
be the greatest Ball of the year Sunday

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SATURDAY, JULY 29, "l961 PAGE 9 I



Savannah, Ga. Negroes Marcia Jane Homes




Shopping On eel .More KOOK TT. THIS! ,

Savannah-,-Ga. Live in one of these brand+?'new.deluxe CBS homes for
This city's REV. OLIVER W. HOLMES,
60,000 Negro citizens began NAACP official uncle
( of Ham littlfefiifc$15.00. week
as
a
shopping In 18 downtown stores ilton Holmes, first Negro to enroll
this week after an absence of 15 at the University of Georgia) w! t.
months, marking a high point in was named by the city council
Your Choice of and 4 Bedroom Homes!
NAACP history here. to a flveman park commission.ONE 2,3

The "no buying" drive, "' {:;
spon 'DO'VNTOWN"fartetJ' ,' ': .' '
sored :by the NAACP, was launched store has 'been, closed, and two : FEATURES: IN ::4 J THESE-' DELUXE HOMES
in March of last year after men's shops have moved out of .,
several Negro students had been the main shopping-district, although ,
Terrazzo floors Awning ,type windows-
arrested for staging sit-ins both Bald their actions .
against segregated lunch counters. had nothing to do with the Plumbing fixtures in color All inside walls painted. ,?. ....
These NAACP : -
have
counters withholding drive.
been integrated.A now Glass tub! enclosures Gas room heater, recess I In'wall t"
TilE CLOVERDALE, Ghana Tiled bathrooms In color j Landscaping
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citizens committee, appointed and Springfield Park segregated *
by Mayor Malcolm Macclean, housing developments for Negroes Built-in electric oven and range *| Paved streets sidewalls
negotiated with NAACP officials are begging for tenants.
under leadership of W. W. Law, CLOSETS CLOSETS CLOSETS city water
president of the local and state LOTS .75 f' 100 f
least
I *. (at )
All closet with sliding louvred
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units. Law also serves on the as
sociation's national board of di St. Matthew's doors Laundry connections
rectors. A settlement openingthe Close to schools churches and
Sliding glass doors leading to din. ,
lunch counters to all custo- Women
Sponsor shopping center
mers was agreed upon. ing room

Mrs1. (Mercedes Wright, cochairman Straw Ride
of the ", for
Committee

Withholding; 'that Retail Patronage" There will be a straw ride on DOWN PAYMENTS only $200NO
reported ity Is 'extremely theJtfegro' happy"commun and Friday nlghtr Augufet -4't6', Richmond
that '3,000 attended the victory Heights sponsored by the
Women's Day Committee of St.Matthew's CLOSING COSTS
mass meeting at St. Ph1UUp'sAME
Baptist Church. Bus
Church last week.
leaves the pastor's home, 1649 (Pay only $5.00 per week on down payment)
15-month NAACP drive in
The NW 68th St. at 7:30: p.m. At
this 228 year old seaport city, 7:45 pm. the bus will leave the
the population of which is one- church, 361 NW 17th St. Donation -
third Negro, has had many byproducts $1.00. Dinners will be on
: Bale' Everyone is cordially invited
.
NEGRO VOTER registration
is climbing and now stands at

12,500. Advertise It Pays! '
TWO NEGRO bus drivers hate : :
been hired for the first time.

JIM ,CROW signs have been
removed from 'buses.
PALM'S
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NAACP MEMBERS have seated .
themselves in the front of M f
buses without Incident, thereby 145 N.E. tat StreetIN 1
encouraging the, rest-.ot. t.he..Ne-
gro community to follow suit.
THE HEART
CITY PARK facilities have .
been opened on a nonsegregatedbase OP
following arrest of seven ''
DOWNTOWN MIAMI 1
Negroes for playing basketballIn
previously all-white Macon Continuous EntertainmentAnd
Park. This aotion followed an
NAACP petition of protest. Dancing Til 5 a.m.

FIVE MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM


Open Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday for InspectionDrive

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ler Road, then Hum right and follow the signs.

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I 'Revival at Mt.

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1961 6952 N.W. 18th Ave. OX 1-9426

Olivette ChurchThe
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U ANTIOCH BAPTIST NEW BETHEL BAPTIST annual revival meetingwill
'begin at the Mt. Olivette
Rev. O. W. Footer, pastor :I 1571 N. W. 68th Terrace Baptist Church ,1460 NW First
Rachel B. Pratt, reporter Rev Ernest Williams, pastor Court on July 31 and continue ,
Sunday School . . 9:30 )eacon Fred Williams reporter through August 4. The service
Morning Worship . . 11:00: Sunday School . . X 9:30r.tornlng will /begin each night at 7:30. '
BTU . . . . 6:30 worship . 11:0! The music will Evening Worship . . 7:00: Evening Service) . . 7:01 the Joint choirs of the church
each evening.
The closing of the "King and Sunday is Homecoming Day The evangelist will be the
Contest" sponsored by We ] that all membersand
Queen ( are asking Rev. (J. W. Stephenson, pastor
the Deacon and Deaconess friends be out. Visiting
in
of Antioch Baptist Church
Boards Is approaching rapidly. friends are always welcome. Brownsville. Since being at this
The deacons and deaconesses are church he has added 300 mem 3 LOCATIONS
working very hard to reach their Church of The Open Door bers to the membership.' Priorto

goal. coming to Miami he was pas-
Mrs. Llllle Ross and her coworkers (Congregational)
tor of the Mt. Olive Baptist
are sponsoring a musical Rev. II. C. McDowell, pastorA. Bethle
Church, Eastman, Ga.,
program on Monday night, E. McNeal, reporterWe Ashman and
hem Baptist, Ga.,
July ing plans 31 at for 8 p.m.an enjoyable They are even mak were happy" to welcome our Mt.Ga. Cella Baptist, Hawkinsville, TO SERVE YOU

ing. "native son, Dr. Joseph N.

Patterson who delivered a won- The Rev. Mr. Stephenson is a
On Friday night, August 4 the derful message Sunday morning.He great Evangelist. All Christians
deacon :board is sponsoring a will preach for us again this must check your calendar and
special program. They are expecting coming Sunday. Many of his plan now to attend this great
friends and former students
many singing groups to were revival. It is a must.
out to hear him. Those who
participate on the program. The Bapt m will be Sunday, Aug.
public Is cordially invited to attend missed last Sunday we hope you 6 in t. :j 7:30: p.m. service.
these activities. will not pass up the opportunityto
hear him this Sunday. Dr.'atterson .

} is pastor of Wentz Me- MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. .
ST. MARY'S C. W. M. morial United Church of Christ Ir. n D 'MM br
and professor of English at E. M. Thomas, pastor 9B
Rev. B. A. Culmer, pastor :Winston Salem; Teachers College, Phyllis Myers, reporter
Mrs S. Dawkins reporter Sunday School, . . 9:30
Sunday School . . 9:45: N.C.Rev.. and Mrs. McDowell re Morning Service . 11:00
Morning worship . 11:00: turn from their well spent va- BTU . . . . 5:30
ation this week and will preachon Evening Service . . 7:00:
Sunday School was opened by
the first Sunday at this time
the assistant superintendent The Willing Workers celebrated -
Mrs. S. Dawklne. we will have regular communions their anniversary last Sunday .
Morning worship was led by and the fellowshlpping and it was a big success.
Bro. H. V. Stuart. We had a visiting f new members in the church. Beginning July 28 through 30
minister from the Bahamas, A cordial welcome is always the Southern Division of the
Rev. Lewis Pinder who preachedto extended to vistors. Please sign Ministers and Deacons Union
us from St. John 14:4.: No 2 our church register before you will /be held at our church. The
choir furnished the music with leave. Services at 11 a.m. each public is invited Opa Locka
Miss Jennie Parks at the organ Sunday.

The Junior ushers served. BAHA'I FAITHMrs. 2530 Service Road MU 8-3311
Evening service was led by the
pastor. His sermon was stirring ST. JAMES AME CHURCH
Barbara George of 565
and enjoyed. The male chorus
sang Rev II. McNeal Harris, pastor.Mrs NW 26th St., a member of the Liberty City
Sadie F. Dean local Spiritual of the
The Is reporter Assembly
public Invited
to
37th Sunday School convention our Sunday School ':30 Baha'is of Miami, will conduct 6942 N.W. 15th Ave. OX 1-7661

July 26th to the 30th. The open Morning worship 11:00At the regular weekly discussion at
the Baha'i Center, 137 NW 11th
Ing program on the 26th. Friday
night Is the oratorical contest the 11 o'clock services Ave., 8 p.m. Sunday, July 31. Homestead
Sunday morning an old fashion Her subject will be: "The Pattern
shut Let-ins us. pray Visitors for and always visit welcome our will Love be Feast held and and prayer service I of Civilization" The publicis 447 S.W. 7th Ave. CI 7-9771
an Invitation is cordially invited to attend.
extended to all members and Phone secretary, FR :1-5420 for
friends of St. James to come and further information. ....-.f.a-.-....
join with us in this service. The
ST. PAUL A. M. E. pastor will deliver the morning

Rev. M. J. Fayson, pastor message; the male chorus will TEMPLE BAPTIST Complete understanding and sincere service to
render the music. You will
be
Mrs. Lee Cray, reporter uplifted and Inpslred by the Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor families of all financial means are cardinal rules at
Sunday School . . 9:30: Sunday School 9:30
Morning Worship . 11:00 gospel music the chorus will
render, so why not come and Morning worship 11:00 the House of Albert.
Evening Worship . . 7:00: BTU 5:30
Sunday School......9:3 0 take a part with us? I Evening worship 7:00

Morning Worship .............,.. 11:00: The evening worship will be I I The BEST needn't cost The question of
more.
Evening Worshtp .................... 7:30: gin promptly at 7 p.m. and the The Men's Day chairman and

B. T. U. .......?........................... 8:30: usual followed.order The of friendly service hand will be of chairman and Bro, the Chas.Rev. II.Ambrose Ferguson quality needn't be price. We give the same unstinting

Our pastor and the delagtesare welcome is always open to
you
wish
to remind the men that
'back from the Slate-Tri at St. James, "The Friendly they have but two more weeksto service and personal attention to every bereaved
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meeting held In Jacksonville! Church. make the grade. All are ask family regardless of the
They report a wonderful time. amount spent.
ed to be
present Saturday 8:00
NEW PROVIDENCE ,
The trustees wish to thank M. B.
p.m. for further planning and
everyone who helped to make Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor rehearsal.The .

their program a success. Sis. Claudia Wilson, reporter new chairs for the choir
gation Rev. Fayson and the congre- Sunday School . . 9:30 will be dedicated Sunday during Complete Funerals
worshipped with Rev. Morning Service . . 11:00 the morning service.
Church Brown of and New Hope Baptist B. T. U. . . . 6:00 Sunday at 3:30 p.m. the No.
his
Sunday night. congregation Evening Service . . 7:30 two choir will sponsor a tea at
Mrs. L. Baker is still confined Baptism services will be heldon the home of the president, Mrs. from\ $150
to Mt. Sinai hospital. Please visit: the first Sunday morning at M. Hall, 1575 NW 67th St. Members
the sick and shut'ln.Christian 730. All candidates are askedto and friends are invited.
be ready. Visitors are wel The Women's Committee will
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come to come and witness tne sponsor a sale at the home of Miss
Fellowshop services. You are always welcome I D. Thompson, 1515 NW 4th ave.

220 N.W. 20th St. In our services. Monday evening.BARKLEY'S Your Social Security can bury you. Call us for

Morning worship . 11:30: -
Sunday School . . 10:00: further information
Christian Study .
. 6:00
Evening worship . .7:30 CUT-RATE/ STOREThe
.>. Tuesday M.S.A.C. . 7:30
Thursday, Y.P. . . 7:30
Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome i
You ; :
are always welcome to
"' come and worship with us and 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376 '., ..: j. p
enjoy the spirit of God through
Christ Jesus. Tweed Cologne $2.00 8tri.Des Medicated .08

The anniversary of the pastor Countess Maritza New Yodora Cream 1.08
of last week was a spiritual Toilet Water 2.00
feast and success. On Monday Noxzcma Lotion .OT
,Deep Magic SkinConditioner
night Bishop E. MoMurriel and ..00Hltvuh Arts Skin Cream .05
the Trumpet Kings. Tuesday
I night Elliott J. Pleze and Sister and Glow Jerjcens Lotion .54
Willie M. Gator and Bro. Joe Cream .75 (with 1 Free Deodorant)

Olvens. Wednesday night, Mother The finest products at Cut Rate Prices
er Hlggs with prayer band.
Thursday night Rev. L. P. OPEN DAILY A SUNDAY 8 A.M. to 10 P.M. LESTER C. ALBERT. Funnel Director

Brown. Friday night National JOHN A. McMINN. Owner 6942 N.W. 15th AT.AU OX 1-7661
Golden Stars. Sunday at 12 noon,
Mother Oussle Gamble. I If






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MIAMI, FLORIDA
Dinner Great I .
SuccessThe SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1961 PAGE 11


Management of the Carver
Baptist Women of the YMCA telephones the sponsors -
Miami area are jubilant over the of the Sixth Annual Musical
success of the first fellowship
dinner.sponsored throughout the Soiree which is scheduled for
state by women of the Baptist Sunday, Aug. 13, 4:30-7:00; :
denomination Hundreds attend p.m. at the YMCA.
ed this gala event which took
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place on Monday, July 17 on the I I The sponsors of the program
first floor of the spacious Mt. are as follows: Mrs. Ida Mae
Zion Baptist Church. Although I Adams, Mrs. Portia Bannister,
every space available was set for Mrs. Edith Barfield, Mrs. Rose.'
dining purposes there was not a bud Byrd, Mrs, Ann Coleman,
enough room for the large crowd 'S&N'8 I Miss Gloria Coleman, Mrs. Jacob
that attended. : Curry, Mrs. Ruby Delancy, Mrs.
Barbara Demps. Miss Helen
M.
This project has the whole
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Eldridge,
hearted support and cooperation .y .
Mrs.
Amos Fludd, Mrs.
Gather
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of the '
S various pastors and their ,
') ine Gibson, Mrs. Lloma Green,
< riU4 congregations. i" Mrs. Bernyce Greene, Mrs. Ruth
Miss Marie White of Mt. Zion '. Greenfield: Mrs. Glenda Harris,
who served as area chairman, Mrs. Susan F. Harris, Miss Mary
and her various committee chairmen ,b Johnson, Mrs. Velma Johnson,
and coordinators are deeply : Mrs. George Kilpatrick, Mrs.
grateful to" the churches and Pinkie Lowe, Mrs. Geraldine P.
!public? for their fine support. Dr. Moore, Mrs. Bloneva Monroe,
tI. W Hawkins served -as Misa Helen M. Dorsett, record Mrs. Herbert Munnings, Mrs.
toast
master and did an excellent Job. ing secretary of the Board of Carolyn McDonald, Mrs. Henry
Mrs. S. A. Thomas was gracious C. McDowell, Mrs. Bonlta North,
in stating the occasion Mrs. Benny O'Berry, Mrs. Terry
the publicity;; Rev. Thedford Parker Mrs. Lillian Peterson,
A large number representing Johnson and Rev. Edward T. Mrs. M. Aathalie Range, Mrs.
the life insurance companies of Graham. These ministers servedon Janie Reeves, Mrs. Clara Robin.
Florida was present, also the the twenty tour hours per day son, Mrs. Lenora Sands, -Mrs.
: presidents of the state conven- committee. The total amount of William F. Savoy Mrs. Jefford
tion Dr. J. A. F. Finlayson and finance raised through this effort Smith, Mrs. I. R. Straughter,
Mrs. Susie Holley, district presi was $805.The Mrs. Autherine Strapp, Mrs.
--- dents present were Mrs. A. O. chairman states that the Clolo Sweeting, Mrs. Mary Wash.ngton -
Parker and Mrs Irene Pratt Wil experience of this Mrs. Caroline Williams
YMCA Offers NightSwim] fri der.This the women of affair this has area prepared to and Mrs. Merdesta Wilson.
I fellowship dinner brought do a better job in sponsoring the
out individuals of other The compositions of George
next
races affair. There will be
a pub
Classesfat Manor Park Pool and terest creed. Outstanding in the In lic address system, better and }Frederick Handel will be featur-
A. of this affair were Rev. L. faster service because of this first t'd with William S. Johnson sere
Thompson who took care of experience.
I Ing as music consultant.
Swimming is one of the high -
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programs of the YMCA
Day Camp. Each boy and girl is
given individual attention in
the dally learn to swim activity.

Adult classes are held each \v
Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30:;
p.m. at Manor Park Pool.

The summer program at the
YMCA continues throughout the ',. ..
summer ending with the Resi 1'A'a i
dence Camp at Lake Placid in I ; :: jtttuS.'S
the rolling hills of Central Flor .
ida, August 26 through Sept. 2, ir N $

For additional information
call or write or visit the Carver
Branch, 6770 NW 16th ave, OX 5'

6-0231 : $b : ,, 8V

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All work guarantee
40 Years In BuslnMe fr bc; fI Little Michael Claiborne loves Carnation.
FR 30152GIL'S Mixed with an equal amount of water, it's
still as rich.state standards for whole milk.


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THE HEART BANANA PUDDING I

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MIAMI .5 24 to 28 vanilla wafers

Continuous EntertainmentAnd 1 package vanilla puddingand

Dancing Til 5 a.m. L'sa.a .i9AQ .' a/.. LJ2'R pie filling mix
T.YL: .m _/_ _m :.., 1 cup undiluted'

Mrs. Prince Claiborne (right) is a lecturer, clubwoman,hostess,homemaker and CARNATION EVAPORATED MILK I
mother. She is shown demonstrating the whipping qualities of Carnation to f J cup water
NOW OFFICIALLY Vivian Sutton,Director Young Women's Activities at Carver House in St.Louis. I to 2 sliced bananas


OPEN Vivacious Jean Claiborne St. Louis, Missouri I I tine a Itqusrt casserole with vanilla
Wafers. Mix the pudding mix, Cams

WorldWideEmploymentAgency The career girl who makes life easier ;I i according tlon and water package In a saucepan directions./ Cook Pour

I I I half of pudding/ mixture Into lined I
for 50 thousand homemakers
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casserole. Top with banana slices.
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1307 N.W. 3rd Ave. Jean Claiborne has been a Market tor recommended Carnation for his I. pudding./ ( Cover with remaining pud I
ding mixture. Chill before serving.
Consultant for tho Carnation Com formula,of course." / :I

FR 3-5755 pany for the past ten years. .*, Mrs. Claiborno conducts dozens of :r I
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She conducts cooking classes, talks cooking demonstrations every year.
COOKS
work in New at PTA and club meetings, appearson love to show the smoothness of
York $50 $60. Private
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homes, sleep in, free room, t
board, TV, etc. how to prepare infant formulas says. (Boo recipe at right.) 'I /;

NO DEPOSITNO with Carnation Evaporated Milk. Carnation is tho milk that looks, ;

REGISTRATION FEE "I had plenty of extra practico with pours and even whips like golden i --

my own 3-year-old,Michael.His doc country cream-at fa tho coati! E1QpTID/ "'
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'.1! THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA IDEA THS MM. Ethel M. Collins, mother COMINGIINCARNATION!
I of Catherine L. Johnson who departed -

from this life on the 16thof
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Ir' "'
: : May '1961, wish to thank all ( )

I .CARDS'"MEMORIAL Range of her friends for their beautiful
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.. ._ William P. Johnson, 1843 NW to send each one a card of
I .iDeeeuss sIN .. 'II' 1" -"" 51st Terr., died Sunday, July 23. thanks but therewas no addresson SEE THE SOUTH'SLEADING

: MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM Services were held July 27that all of them .Thanks to all of COLORED
I Mt. Zion Baptist Church. He her friends a million
In loving memory of my be is; survived by his wife, Rosa PSYCHIC READER
In loving memory of our dear Mrs. Mrs. Ethel M. Collins
loved husband, Lee, his foster daughter, -CONSULT HER-
I mother, sister and grandmotherthe 'Georgia Mae Nixon and four 1159 South 16th St.,

late, grandchildren.Mrs. Philadelphia, Pa. P 9 P
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I! Largo 1221 NW

II I Glut St., died Thursday, July 20.
I The body was sent to'Albany, ,. New Deluxe Home VkxrfD
Ga. for final rites. She l 14 survived -
: j M baij 0'he by six children, four sis 3-bedroom, 2 baths, 2 carports -

ters, 12 grandchildren screened porch A

Florida Room, '
William David Foster, 2639
victim of accideatai 80 x 100 corner lot
NW 68th St. was a
;'M/< ; drowning July 22. Chapel DOWN $1,595
4 cervices are being held July Let her years of experience guide,

28 at 2 p.m. Following servicesthe 6090 N.W. 9th Ave. and protect you throughout life
body will be sent to Arlington as a lighthouse guide the ships In
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storm. For In business
a success
6 Ga. Mr. Foster is survived
Indf love.DON'T .
and .
by his wife, Sarah, his step
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mother, Mrs! Mattie Foster, five : "; STAY IN
children, three sisters and two OUT NOW. BY THE HELP OF
\ : brothers and 12 grandchildren. GOD SHE CAN HELP YOU.
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Office Hours:

} ffy Mrs. Ernestine Moss, 3167 NW 9 a.m. 9 p.m.
FOR SALE'OR
I 48th St., was a victim of acci- Thurs. 9 a.m. to .
I 5.aS dental drowning July 22. Fun- 7 p.m.
TRADE.
PERCY 0. WILLIAMS oral services will" be held Saturday _::1 P'.l.l L'( ,
July 29 at 12 noon, at Mt:
who departed this life August 1, Your home or lot
1958. MRS ELSADA DAMES Tabor Baptist Church, Rev. P. r
McCLOUDwho S. Brown officiating Mrs. Mossis For brand home Sunday:
new
a
You are not forgotten loved one ,
10 a.m. 3 p.m.READING ,
survived her husband,
by
Nor will you ever be departed this life on July
Arthur Jr., her mother, Mrs. Al 9 +
As long as life and memory last 29, 1968.
Gone but not forgotten. ma R. Lynch, her father, Luther
We will remember thee, ,
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forgotten three children, three sisters 1437 N.W. 56th St $1.00 UP .
Friends may think we have McCloud Family
you, and two brothers. 839 N.W. 56th St.

'j When at times they see us smile 23 Years Experience
; But they little know the aching CARD OF THANKSThe Chandler Allen, 18026 Home- 3-bedroom, 2 baths
of our hearts stead Ave., Perrine, died July 20. MADAMHUNTER
You are not forgotten loved one Services will be held July 29 at Garage, Florida room
family of the late Mrs.
3:30: p.m., Hurst Chapel. Mr.
We will;} long remember thee.
Susie Eve Gresham wishes to ex-
Sadly missed by wife, Mrs. LoisR. Allen Is survived by a daughter, See Sunday 2.6 p.m.
to the
Williams. presh appreciation many Mrs. Ponsietta B radish!! aw, three 1657 N.W. 73rd ST.
Mrs. Sophia Taylor, sister friends and neighbors who wereso sisters, three grandchildren. Harmar, Inc. MO 5-3592 MIAMI I, FLA.Don't .
kind
and
thoughtful duringher
Write-Call In Person
Mrs. Dorothy Thomas Dght.
and death.
recent illness A
Lucius Gary, 2220 NW 153rdSt.
special thanks is offered to Fr. -..
., died July 24. Services will
IN MEMORIAMIn John E. Culmer Guilds of St.
be held Monday, July 31 at 11
sad but loving memory of .Agnes Episcopal Church, Eastern a.m. at Mt. Calvary Baptist
H"1 .'v h 'ovf> Star, Range Funeral Home GRAND OPENING JULY 28 & 29
: 0" p. d one the late, Church. Mr. Gary Is survived by
._ .... and the medical and nursing his
A< " "" wife, Rosa Lee, three eons,
) staff at Jackson Hospital. three daughters, three brothers, FIRST DRINK ON THE HOUSE

X09! t five slsterts, ten grandchildren.Nellie .

IN MEMORIAMIn NORFOLK HOTEL
nee Woods, 1545 NW
y 6th place died Monday July 24.
of beloved
dearly
memory my
grandmother, Chapel services will be held on 45 N.W. 5th Street FR 3-2448
July 31 at 3 p.m. Mrs. Woodsis
MRS. ANNA LATTIMER survived by her parents, Mr.

of Madison, F a., who departedthis and Mrs. Braz Robinson, three 110 Rooms $7.00 and up weekly

life in July, 1951. sisters, four brothers and three
Also Private and Semi-Private
Ten years since you've been grandchildren Rooms

gone. It only seems like yesterday Hotel Cocktail Lounge
Life has been so empty Spence ma" Smith, 108S.

without you to give me comforton Dixie Highway, died Tuesday, Bring this ad and get 1 week FREE rent
my way, but your memory July 5. Arrangements are In

will always linger in my heart, complete. Samuel Sweeting, Mgr.
and I miss you more and more
each day. To those who still .

have mothers tend her with Toying Richardson
.
care for you'll never know
how much you'll mlsh her until
Richard Davis of 437 NW
she's, Sadly missedby OPENING
gone away. SPECIAL
11th st., died July 26. He wasa
t her grand daughter, member of St. 'John Baptist
Mrs. Evelyn L. Floyd
Church and had lived In Miami
for a number of years. He is ACE BRAKE & MUFFLER

survived by his wife, Mattle, a
CARD OF THANKS
> brother, Wonnie, a sister, Mrs.
N 1 v Pearl Roberts, two daughters. 1382 N.W. 62nd Street PL 9.3542
a
f The family: of the late Mesdames Earnestlne Coles and

MR. J. T, DLACKMAN Llllle Levitt, and a son, Henry. ERVIN, MANAGER

_ ,.. who passed away on July 11 Services will be held Monday at
v i wish to express their sincere 2 p.m. from St. John Baptist BRAKE INSPECTION
w3 thanks and appreciation to relatives Church. Friends may call at the FREE FRONT WHEEL BEARINGS PACKED

MRS. FLORIDA D. PEDICANwho neighbors and friends' who chapel after 4 p.m. Sunday. BRAKES ADJUSTEDWITH
were kind 'during their hours of
was called to the Great lie-
yond on July 29, 1954. bereavement. Thanks for your
Tins ADVERTISEMENT
Jesus the very thought of thee cards, letters, telegrams, flow' Wallace Parham of 2112 NW "
era, cars and all other gesturesof \ 6th Ave. died July 26. lie is survived Aa
With sweetness fills the breast, .
Dut sweeter for thy fale to ste sympathy. Special thanks to by his wife, Mollie, a
And in thy presence rest. Rev. J. E. Brown, Rev. C. J. daughter, Mrs. Carrie Jones two BRAKES RELINED
'.. Burney, ushers of New Providence sisters, Mesdames Clifford
May she rest in peace and light
j' ushers of New Hope and Battlees and Claudia Williams
perpetual shine her.
upon
The Family to the Range Funeral Home three brothers, Roy, Willie and INCLUDES ONE HOUR SERVICELabor
and Its staff. Again thanks to Isaiah. Services will be held
everyone for everything.The Thursday from St. Paul AME Rotate Tires If

IN MEMORIAMIn FamilyAcknowledgment Church at 2:30 p.m. Friends!! may Thermold Bonded desired

sad but loving memory of call at 4 the chapel Wednesdayafter Brake Lining on 95 toad Test

; our dear mother and grandmother p.m. 4 Wheels Ford

AdjustVheeJ..'
MRS NETTIE SMITH Jewel W. Johnson of 1013 NW Cher.PJy. .
i-I I who departed this life July 29, The family of the late 2nd court, died July 21 at his Brakes. -

19GO.\) MRS. EMMELINE SMITH' residence. He Is survived by his Adjust Emergency %
: Gone but not forgotten. May wishes to express sincere gratitude father, Jonnas four brothers Brake All other American
she rest In and light to the many friends neighbors -
peace per- Peter, Oliver, Rudolph and Rev. Pack Front Bearings
Cars
petual shine upon her. and church members for Rollan Johnson, two sisters,
Mrs. Roberta Smith, Dght. the kindness and acts of sympathy Mesdames Jesse Colston: and 911.05
\ And grandchildren shown during their bereavement Lizzie Snelling and a dear friend

The many visits, Mrs. Lizzie Williams. Servicdwere
A, IN MEMORIAMIn cards, telegrams and floral held today from the chapel. MUFFLER SPECIALSFREE
pieces were greatly: appreciated.

.:'? loving memory of my dear Special thanks Is ,being extendedto INSTALLATION

;t brother, the pastor, Rev W. Carswell, Alvin Geeter of 1629 NW 6th
PLUMMER I. SHIELDS officers and members of the Ave., died July 27. He Is survived Chev. '50 '53 ...... $6.95 PLYM. '49 59

who departed this life July. 28, Church of God, Mt. Zion Baptist by his parents, Mr. and Mra. 6 cyl. .............. $11.00
f 1960. Church and Range Funeral Thomas Geeter, two sisters, two Ford '49 '53 ...,.. RQ- Ford ,55J59?
Beyond the gate your loved o\9 Tome for the solace and com brothers his grandparents, an n.2Q
Finds happiness and rest ort offered during our hours of aunt and four uncles. Services Most Models $10.95 Check our other low

And there Is comfort in the grief will be held from the chapel CHEV. '54 ,- '60 prices
thought Rev. Reggie T. Smith Monday morning at 11 a.nu

,. That a loving God knows best. Ruth S. Bethel Friends ., ..
Clara Sullivan And Family after 4 p.m. Sunday. t . --. ,






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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Gospel CaravanThe Executive Type Men I For Sale

SATURDAY, JULY 29,' 1961 PAGE 13 public Is invited to come I Unusual NEW HOMEIf
,_. to the James E. Scott Commun, lucrative business
- -- -
ity Center, 7200 NW 22nd ave. opportunity a w a i tin If I you are looking for something -
for a gigantic Qospel Caravan on
FOR RENT FOR SALE Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock; mature, qualified men different in a 3-bed-

fcQtvtesT RENT In to.n. i and 1949 BUfcK. Tires like new. Featuring the National Sons of with organizational back- room, 2 bath, Florida room,
2 bedroom: Apts. Adults of 1'. |7wfeek $100 cash. Call OX 10421. Thunder, Twilight Gospel Sing ground and sales experience. garage, come to
and up1. 320d NW 47th at. ,era, C Lord C's and many other Independent dealership -
ifadf YOU WILL have, ttt look inside famous gospel groups. Admission available. Phone Mr. 3011 N.W. 52nd St.
to appreciate the spaciousness 'frees Hey, Roscoe Jackson,
APART IENT. One bedroom, of this 2-bedrbom CBS pastor. Larry Linden, for appoint- I. GORDON
4190 NW 3 2nd ave. Indf home. Two Fla. rooms, luclously ment. Office PL 9-2452, MO 5-6870
landscaped, fenced back yard, hoem, JE 81558.
APARTMENT. Two bedrooms, 1380 NW 53rd St. PL 81549.tndf Indf
4190 NW 32nd ave. Indt $150 Cash

FURNISHED Efficiency. Frees A 1953 CHEVROLET 4-dOor. $65 monthly payment gives On Large Corner Lot Drive By

water and electricity 4190 Clean, good condition, cheap, you a 2-bedroom home with
NW Und av8. In ttIIEAUTI'UL 1202 NW 51st Terr.GARAGFilling extra NW 56th porch St, large lot near 3 BEDROOMS 3 BATHS

) 2-bedroom apt In Station, body
Opa ,Locka ar .a.. Low tent. NE shop. Cash or good terms. Rea r 4970 N.W. 15th Ave.
4-0500. OX 1-5453. 4" Indf son for sale, I am not a mechan $1,500 DownYou
ic. 4600 NW 22nd ave. (Pure This attractive home has large bedroom, plenty
UNFURNISHED, APT.. Ntce, quiet Station.) pay $30 monthly. 2-
place, 6306 NW 15th''ave. ,FR bedroom home with Florida closet space land designed to accomodate a big

1.9797 or NE 41886. Indf $1,200 cash will handle duplex room for you to, live. Alsoa family. See this excellent location and call for

in Coconut Grove area. CBS, 2 1-bedroom for rental. appointment to inspect. $2,000 cash down with
NICELY FURNISHED weekly bedrooms. Ray Dockum, Inc., 'apt. terms.
rooms. $8.50, single. $10.30 FR 7-3685 or FR 36036. Corner lot, fence, tile roof.
double. Mae's Quest House, 2170 SUNGLOW REALTY
Washington Ave., Opa Locka.
A53BEDROOM WINE able price AND, easy BEER terms.Sar, Tropical Reason $500 DownLive 1741 S.W. 8th Street FR 1.5489

HOUSE. $15 a Inn, 921 NW 62nd St. rent free. Two houses

week on bus line. Call PL I Near 12th ave, a bedroom
$350 DOWN FHA bedroom
92665.
CBS, hardwood floors, awnings, on 1 lot, completely fur
and nished NW 51st St.
carporte newly painted. on
LOVELY 34>edroom house, Fla.
,room, jajousled\ porch. Also 1- 2981 NW 66th St. house and a separate 1-bedroom NEW CUSTOM BUILT HOMESSold

bedroom*home $1 a. a Sveek. BEAUTIFUL CBS HOME. Com house. See today.
Lights, water, furnished. Call
35 already-Demand
pletely furnished. $80 month. so great
2220 NW 61st St. TU 9-6986
MU 1.5740. Indf or Garage and sprinkler system, no We arrange financing We have built more
qualifying. 2910 .NW 65th St.

FURNISHED APT. Downtown. 3-BEDROOMS.l- TRIO REALTY See 3062 N.W. 60th Street
I 2 bath, CBS, tile
$15 per week. NE 4.0500.-lndf roof, Fla. roof, breakfast, living 801 N.W. 54th St.
I and dining room, real home Open Sunday 12 noon to 5 p.m.
FURNISHED 2
ROOMS. Semi 1075 NW 47th St. NE 5-5870. NE 5-8745 PL 98372GIL'S
kitchen and bath. Couple, 1225
NW 56th St. NE 36167. $1,500 CASH $100 PER MONTH
Help Wanted,
SMALL APT., private, singe or -.
couple. Call after 6 evenings, ATTRACTIVE WOMEN 18 to ?0
OX 62496. 6901 NW 21st ave. interested in advertisement Milton Rothman
pales for directory. Apply 11-3,
FURNISHED room for single COMMUNITY UNITY '(in Arcade 7287 S.W. 57th Avenue
man or couple, small child ac ) Northslde Shopping Center 229 N.E. 1st StreetIN
cepted 1831 NW 49th St. NE 79th and 27th ave. A5 Phones MO 7-2561 or MO 6-8407
38746.
I THE HEARTOF
SALESMEN Unlimited opportunities
ROOM with private entranceand for salesmen and saleswomen
telephone, Liberty City OX with leadership abilityto
DOWNTOWN MIAMI
H1877. train for a long-range lucrative -
career program. Phone FR
Continuous EntertainmentAnd
DERV furnished room. 4-1561 .for an .appointment FOR SALE
Cooking 'facilities.. 1986 NW po- 'Dancing Til 5 a.m.
57th St.'FURNISHED. OPERATOR to manage beauty h -

hop and also additional opera- .-..- -- ..,-_ ,,' 1311 N.W. 52nd Street
CHS HOUSE, 1961 tor. Call OX 1-9845, NE B-6692.
NW 55th St. NE 3-6203 or FR
D-4922. SHORT WAVE Radio. Any con .
dition. Telephone NE 45295.
'ONE BEDROOM HOUSE, fur v $12,500 $500 Cash
nished. Utilities paid Quiet KINDKIU3ARTEN'' NOW OPEN
people. 807 NW 51st St. For working mothers, Greater
dt. Mark's Kindergarten is now $90 a Month
HOUSE FURNISHED unfur
or open throughout the summer.
'nished. 2949 NW 47th 6t PL Special rates clean wholesome Open Sunday 1.5
89717. atmosphere for your child. Hot Refined neighborhood. Living'room, dining room,
meals, pick up service. 145.5
BEDROOM duplex, furnished, NW 53rd St. Call OX 1-7656 or 827 N.W. 47th St. screen porch, 2 bedrooms, tile bath, kitchen with
next to Grand Way, 3 bus lines, OX 61637. A26
1076 NW 54th St. Open Sunday. $395 Down $74 Mo. stove refrigerator and utility room. Fenced yard.


No Closing Costs PL 9-8824 OX 1-0624
TV OR RADIO TROUBLE? Large 2-bedroom CBS.

; PHONE PL 1-8381 Screened porch, oak floors, ,

HOUSE SERVICE CALLS $1.50 equipped.tile roof, garage Completely, kitchen re r I' I I I I . ... I I . . I 1 . 1 1 .

Clearance sale going on, need space. TV, radio, decorated. FHA mortgage.

stereo, record players. Prices reasonable. All purchases '--= ...I o HOMES FOR SALE
and repairs guaranteed.. Free Delivery.
KNOW YOUR TV MAN AND SAVE MONEY Open Sunday 1.5
like Florida and
CBS new, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,

JOESCOTrAUTHORIZED 1327 N.W. 43rd St. utility room. Low down payment. Only $81 per
FACTORY TV REPAIR
month.
923 N.W. 62nd Street, Miami PL 1-8381 $345 Down $68 Mo.

___Irr.a'LIrl"f"r.
No Closing Costs ONLY $350 DOWN

"" ... .I :iii Very nice 2-bedroom CBS
Jalousied porch, carporte, 2 bedroom CBS corner house, Oak floors, close in,

oak floors, awnings, par location near bus and shopping center. Selling priceless

$650 DOWNNO tially gage. furnished. FHA mort- than FHA appraisal mutt see.


CLOSING COSTS r BUY ONE OR BOTHTwo

$100 a month Dne mortgage Open Sunday 1-5 beautiful CBS duplex buildings, each on' separate -

Gorgeous 4 bedroom CBS, 2 baths, (one bedroom 2970 N.W. 69th St. lots, just 2 years old, completely equipped and
with private entrance and bath). Fla. room, enclosed
furnished low
price. Easy terms.
porch. $395 Down $77 Mo.

LEGAL REALTYMU Exceptional 2-bedroom CBS LIVE FOR cnrZI:

8-3923 PL 8-0290 Fla. room, oak floors, tile
Nights Sundays WeekdaysRUPTUREDJb roof, fenced, kitten equip- $400 down payment-rent one side of this CBS du

ped. FHA mortgage.We plex let the other pay ,the expenses.
a.r1.r.._ ___ _R_.. T.-
For these and many others call Harry Denny anytime

have more homes
many
to select from. Call us dayor Action Realty Inc.
Iff.sIv N..S.ril..l Offtc. T......". IU..4 night.
Tr Aft. C.rr..tto.. A'.4SofoLOWCOST.
253 N.W. 79th St. PL 74544i
PILES| RECTAL DISEASES PL 7-345 283 NW 79th Si

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PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1961Between Registralion For Government food !





The Lines. 'Starts Monday at Three Locations :



U .---By GORDON HANCOCK for ANP Registration of needy families the head of the household must duplicates at the Social Security
- _.. -- - I wishing to receive federal donated register for a family to be elig- Office before registering.All .
iF 11.iY+vy+ r HH
foods will begin next Monday ible and he further stated that l
press and what is /being done is at three locations, Robert each applicant should provide statements will be checked
alone deleterious to the struggling Nicholson, Metro Welfare Director exact information on how many by investigators and those proven :
Negroes but to the cause announced this week.I members of his family depend false will make the person
of national security. upon him for support. Each fam :liable for fine or jail term. Any
I The three centers, to be staffed fly's monthly income also must change In status must be report.
\' When Senator Byrd In his earliest 'by local women's club memo be recorded. ed Immediately
s political alliances decided to bers, will be open through Aug.
take the side of reactlonism, a 4. Locations are: the lobby of Those eligible will receive a Each applicant must have
fateful thing happened in the his' the Dade County auditorium, the month's supply of food with the cooking facilities on .which
tory of the Negro and the nation arcade oj the Perrlne Shopping quantity upon the size of the to prepare the fdod diet ihute L
His choice of the road of Center and a yet undetermined. family, N16hbisoh said this requirementwill
reactlonism was equivalent to site in the Carol City area
the choice of Sir Francis Bacon Another requirement .is that affect those living In hotils
who chose the side of science, 1 Distribution of the food should each applicant must hold: a social or similar places where there are
when it was struggling for survival begin in mid-August, according security card and must produceit no cooking facilities
) against superstition. i to Nicholson, a telegraphic. order at the time of registration. Asocial
for 25 carloads of food has security number will not I
MY BIGGEST'' POLITICAL Bacon's choice changed the
been placed.
be sufficient. Persons who
MISTAKE course of history. It was even so have Advertise! It Pays'Not '
with Harry Flood Byrd's choice, lost their cards, should obtain
Many Richmond Those persons receiving federal
years ago
the
i It too easily change
elected for Its able may state or
mayor an administrator county assistancewill
course of history. Senator Byrd
and one of the most not be eligible for this program
eloquent speakers I have ever U easily the ablest man in the at the present time. After a Palm Reader Not a Fortune Teller
of the United States
heard. He held the office for Congress the first needy group is taken Not Rootman
and has ,been for quarter of a a Not God Either But
16 of those
years. care now receiving aid
He was not Interested In Negro century. But because of his being will be eligible for the Metro JUST A GOD SENT: MAN
reaction Ism's chief championhe
advance and I learned that sponsored
program.
opposed himself to the I Rev. SheaWcl
pro
In his Bogaetors
political he
every move,
gresslvelsm and liberalism of Nicholson ,, ,... ...iw. +It aa i
anti-Negro was tacitly program.committed He to was an the Democratic Party. emphasized that I ':!:':H".'y',.:,.(,.: ,:.It'A"" '" .';..'k1 ;ttt;
i'
: Do
ii I I
you have
suave and smooth and Negro -- a problem?
lIe found himself at odds with
delegation after delegation wentto lluainess Bad, Marriage
TIMES
Franklin D. Roosevelt and his NEWSBOYS
the City Hall, to ask their forward. at Palling Can't win the manor I
looking program one htt .
several .
considerations, and he of Roosevelts most powerful woman you love, Been
:
would receelve these with undue periods. He found himself at odds ANNUAL PICNIC < Crossed, Need Money,
politeness and hear them patiently hliD1 .
against Harry Truman who tried
: but to my knowledge nota most earnestly to follow the '. I Everything Going Wrong?
Negro delegation ever came Roosevelt line.Whenever SAT., AUG. 19GIL'S Health Had? Can't Satisfy
away with Its hopes fulfilled, or
the promises of such fulfillment. the Eisenhower administration I Tour Husband or Wife?
made liberal gestures I
Some Negroes grew popular he was bitterly opposed, as Want a New Home or Car?
making "speeches" before the .
when a serious attack on segregation
City Council, tout these amounted was made by the Supreme t -
In the end to nothing more Court's historical decision of SEE ME
than sounding brass and tinkling 1954. Senator Byrd Is against TODAYNever

cymbals. After studying the civil rights legislation and 229 ,NEE 1st StreetIN before In the history
situation for many years, I always against the Supreme Court's decisions : { nf Miami, have so many
voted against' whatever as they pertain to Negroes ; : people been helped by this
Mayor Bright was for, and for and their aspiration to full THE HEARTOF (great; wonder man.
whatever he was against. citizenship in this country.

Through the years my decision From his opposition to civil DOWNTOWN come in and talkIt
proved the wiser course. I rights and his advocacy of massive MIAMI costs
have long taken this same attitude resistance, one would be Continuous EntertainmentAnd nothing to
toward the Byrd machine forced to conclude that it matters 627 N.W. 9th St. Apt. 1 FR 9-9138
I am Invariably for whateverthe little with this great man, Dancing Til 5 a.m. ,
Byrd machine Is against, whether the Negro is rushed to I i
and against whatever they ,are the front in times of war and to I
for. In the last presidential elec the rear in times of peace. It r y .. t!
Lion I changed my political pro I
cedures and voted with the Byrd I. The moral corruption that For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates
machine for Richard Nixon and goes along with segregation and -Call !
against John Kennedy. : the evils thereof seem not to
swerve Senator Byrd from his
It proved to ,be my biggest po course of stern reactlonism But _
litical mistake. The Byrd ma the worst tragedy of all >la that BONDED :
chine knew as I did not, that Senator Byrd's course has kept _
Kennedy was a liberal on the him out of the presidency for _
color question. The machine voted which is so eminently qualified. _
against Stevenson for they
feared that he was more liberalon An even greater tragedy is the COLLECTION _
the color question than Eisen loss of his greater usefulness iIM _
I hower, and the latter's gesturesof that might have saved our nation I
liberalism was far from the from its current crisis. _
I machine's liking
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Since Kennedy's' ,
election anda
few of his liberal moves which Meet Your Friend at AGENCY Inc. _
promise eventual liberation of _
I
the Negro, the machine and Us LITTLE CAL'S A
supporting press have ridden _

Kennedy and his policies most 2955 N. W. 54th St. I
The '
unmercifully. Some of the sup largest collection and rental _
porting w,
press Is edited by some

tlon of the with ablest a newspaper editors In brilliance the na agency in the South; operating in __


that, But Is Impressive.these same newspapers Cold Beer and Wine Dade and Broward Counties' ,_

are committed to hackling and Hot Sandwiches
disparaging Kennedy and his ad Negro Housing areas
ministration. This is one of the HAROLD YOUNGHLOOD, Prop
great tragedies of L. L. BROOKS, President
prejudiced
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA oMo Homestead News Excursion to BiminiThere

Mrs. Ida iMae Robinson of 527 I
SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1961 PAGE 18 Broward SW 6th terr., Mrs. Nathaniel will be a two-day excursion -

,. >. ... Sweeting, 1620 NW 4th ave., are to Bimini on July 29th
.
.. _(_ u v .1 hrr v i i v i ( > ( ( v- \-.v. ( < nv iii\ r- ..,. '... c I and 30th given by the Past Exalted -
County ( attending the workshop of Beauty
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No. 23.
Council
'W' Culture at the Fla. A and M Ruler's
I Please get tickets and reservation -
tUrnAROUND THE BAHAMAS NewsBy University Mrs. Robinson has
:! .. .... o' been practicing beauty culturein or make down, paymentsnow
.. as the number are limitedat
20
Homestead for the
0 0 past
"cl..1 UU ........j1 UC
UL-l : : Q North's Travel Bureau, 1104
years She is also an active member *
Air. End Airs. A. Leon :>iiciti i Ndely i made his vbw recently ad Walter Bowe b.. of Greater Mt. Zion AME NW 3rd ave. Fr. 9-8451. Price

ney returned recently from their a Benedlctid@ Monk, during a Church. She Is vice president of 115.
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vacation In New York ,and Philadelphia. Pontifical High :Mass fa honorof --- -- the USO center, also treasurer of A. O. Kelly, first scribe
They attended the lIMy the Feast of St. Benedict. Brother The CWH Chamber of Con Pride of Overseas of Dt. Elks. I Zeke chief AntlerToreGraff'
Mass at St. Peter's Cathedral, N elf entered St. Augu I ceree will meet July 31 at the She will return July 30. Brady,

Philadelphia conducted by Lau- stine's Monastery over. four years Chamber ot Commerce Building =-=
rlan ,Cardinal Ru amba of Tanganyika ago as a andfdU The vows at 8:30 p.m.
Africa on June 28.Mr. are Stability, Corivenslofa df Lift II
McKinney is president of and Obedience". I The beauticians of West Hol School for Nurse's Aids'TEN
the Penny Savings Bank I 1fywood.acid Hallandale are planning
In the L'egisakive Council oh for ttoeif August Cotton
I Fire completely 1- destroyed the July 10 a resolution was passed Dress Ball at the farad!** In Liberia WEEKS COURSE
home of the late Daniel Sweat approving the construction of a! Watch the Mam! Times
In? on Dl'.lett: St., July 14. Eight $686,000 Geriatric Hospital. It for the date ENROLL NOW
other homes were threatened by was further suggested that financial
the flames which were extinguished provision for the 175- Wilbur L. Herring 6f 4025 LEARN BEDSIDE NURSING AND INFANT CARE
by the fire departmentand bed institution be made by raising SW 19th st, Is showing, movies
volunteers before further a loan. again in Carver Ranches, so Have Lifetime ProfessionFR
a
damage was done. come out for a night of fun find
"I won't courage you fellows see some good westerns another
started In the unoc
fire
The
to beat a woman, it's your movies. 9.5857
cupied dilapidated house that rls'i: when you keep sweetheart. ,

was frequented by vagrants ot If ehe sweetheart you, she'll Mrs Freddie Craig of West =-- ..: J :. :00 : .
night. It is believed that a light- sweetheart somebody else and Hollywood and (beauticians at
ed cigarette; left by the vagrantswas you're not entitled to beat her Eleanor's Deauty Salon had a t ? a. e.I.I! a4IC < the cause.. up," Magistrate M J, Thompsontold very nice birthday party at her
Edward Rolle as he fined home Sunday, July 23. The party $ .50
The Glee Club of the New him $28 for beating his former was an enjoyable one. TV Service Calls L
Stanton Senior High School of girl friend. Rolle met the woman
Jacksonville, $'la., gate a concert walking with another man. The Democratic Social Civic
to a capacity audience ut Club is having Its first public ALL MAKEs-ALL MODELS I'LU8 PARTS
St. Andrew's Kirk Hall, Friday The Diocese of Nassau and the affair, A Coffee Klach. The public
night July 14. The group: also Bahamas Is leaving no stone unturned Is Invited at the Carver LARRY'S T.V.
gave a successful recital at the In the preparation for its Ranches Community Park, Sunday
St. Agnes Auditorium the following Centennial! celebration in Novenv July 30 at 3:30 pm. till 6 WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS
night her. There will be representatives p.m. Mrs. Easter Lilly Pater i la HI-FI AND STEREO REPAIRSWe
from" all parts of the world he guest speaker. Refreshments RADIOS,
Rosena ,Miller of Kemp Road ind a special excursion cruise will be served. There will be I a Sell Used TVs on Credit
found guilty of man's'aughter number of events during the
was rom Miami to Nassau.! OX 1-8024
by a Supreme Court atternoon. Mrs. Willie M Valdez, 1551 N.W. 62nd Street

Jury on July 13. Miller was Trion Edgecomble, verger at president. U asking the community a !@ .i 2 ? ...aa'
charged with the killing of her "5hrlstv Church Cathedral, under- to give Us support.PALM'S.
boyfriend, John Moss on April vent a successful major opera-
15. Sentence was deterred to a ion last week at the Prlnceu
later date. Margaret Hospital. His daughter, WE LOAN MONEYlON
I firs Merle McCloud, came from
! MI- s Virginia Edgecombe, Vew York to ,be at his bedside, FIRST AND SECOND MORTGAGESHOME
daughter of Mrs. Maude Edge

combe and the late Lionel Edge- A surprise party was given at 145 N.E. Ut: StreetIN IMPROVEMENT LOANS
combe, was married to Calsey the home of Mr. Trion Edge-
Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. :ombe for Mrs. Frances L. Higgs Reasonable Costs
decree E. Johnson, J. P., of '>f Miami. The affair was bpon- THE HEART Free Inspection -
Hatchet Bay, Eleuthera on July gored by Mrs. )Merle' McCloud, Fast and Efficient Service
Interest
12 at St. Anselm Church. Attendants Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sands, OF And -

were Mrs. Jacqueline Mal I. Sirs Alice LI *htbourne and Miss DOWNTOWN MIAMI MORTGAGE CO. FR 1.1493
colm, Miss Pamela Bethel Daisy Tynes., ABC
Messrs Char'es Edgecombe Jas. Continuous EntertainmentAnd Phone UN 6-6880
Cantlyn and Spurgeon Bethel. Mrs. George Nottage of Olive's 703 Seybold Bldg. Evening ,

Gibbon luest House; Nassau, died on Dancing Til! 5 a.m.
David Livings died fuly 18.
nt his Vesey Street home on
July 11. Mr Gibson was a car The Rev John E. Taylor and
penter and a native of Savannah 'amity left for Texas after spendIng IF IT'S FLOWERS Vcft '
Sound, Eleuthera. He is survived a month's vacation In Nas- You're thinking of, call usWo
his wife, Vivian, seven ,
toy sau Father Taylor Is a former with of
can help you Any
daughters, one son, two brothers 'number of St. Agnes, and spent
and other relatives. most of his time worshippingthere. dour flower occasions

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The sloop Roeelda, bound from
Fresh Creek, Andros, to Nassau, CJ::
capsized on July 11 about half COMING! I
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boat while making a sharp turn
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was hit suddenly by a strong
gust of wind.
YMCA'SANNUAL
Captain Sidney Lightbourn and

his two crewmen were rescuedby FRE1 DELIVERY DRUG
the Board of Pilotage barge.

The morning.boat was salvaged the next Musical Soiree i hjS


! Brother Henry Raymond RevLs ; ::;: Perry's Florist HAROLD JOLLIVETTE, Msnsatr


1 1101 N.W. 3rd Avenue

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for you every day!


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OPEN HOLLYWOOD,
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week Building consists of 15 bedrooms, 7
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To I. i 2 lots
room, on
1307 N.W. 3rd Ave.
$50 weekHospitalization
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I : From Birth to Age 85 FR 3.5755'

Up to $200 Surgical BenefitsUp Income Averages $485 per Month

to $24 First 3 day*-$12 Next 97 Days o
Owner selling only because he must leave county
Educational Policy-Endowment at Age 18 MAIDS -- work in New ,-

Grandpa and Grandma Special-Ages up to 85 York -- $35 to $55
Street
Retirement Income at 65 Located at 2219.2223 Forrest

The Company With The Private home sleep in, free Hollywood, Florida

GOLDEN SHIELD POLICY room, board, TV, etc. OR TERMS
No 1/4 or /2 Benefit Full protection from application NO DEPOSITNO PRICE $36,000CASH

INSURANCE COMPANY .
LICE1 I REGISTRATION FEE
OF FLORIDAHome 2222 Atlanta St.
For information write E. Collie,

Office-2546 S.W. 8th St. HI 5.2516 Air or bus transportationAdvanced Hollywood, Fla., WA 2.7244
District 2-708 N.W. 62nd Street PL 1-6528 at Once
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'THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA I Added to Unlimited FOR SALELUXURY $695DwnBalance\ \

PAGE 16 SAT URDAY JULYY 29, 1961 Magazine Staff HOMES


Personal. and Mrs. MentionMr. Leonard Ash Legion to WorshipThe -_._- """'- ..- >own. payment on your lot LIKE. RENTWill
have returned from an extended members of John, Griffin or home
vacation. Away for five weeks Post 165 of the American Legion' 3-5 make you the owner
they visited relatives In Los An and the Ladles Auxiliary will Open Sun. p.m.
geles,' California, Dener Mexico worship :at St.,Pauh AME Church of two CBS houses on one
and Chicago. The Ashes were NW 4th court and 19th let., Sunday 1430 NW 59th St. lot. The front house hat 2
thrilled with the trip but happyto ,,July 30 at 11 a.m. All members St. large bedrdoms, living and
be at home. 2161 NW 59th
are ;requested to be present
r kitchen
: and on time.. Robert-L. Clark, Ter. ; dining room, large
The Rev. and Mrs. Samuel post commander; Mrs. Marie 3. 1426 NW 58th and 2 Florida rooms, tile
Brown tomorrow of St.after Petersburg supplying, return for Taylor, auxiliary president. 'lh 1232 NW'' 55th St. roof. Newly furnished.decorated and

the Rev. Theodore Gibson at completely
Christ Church. During their stay 3 bedroom, 2 baths, garage, Rear house has large effi-
in Miami they also visited Key Florida room, kitchen all
West and Nassau. Fr. Brown ,is electric. ciency room. Located at .
Vicar of St. Augustine's Church, FOR SALE
St. Petersburg.Mrs. Corner lots for sale terms 1369 N.W. 44th St.

Tryphenla Spearman of We build on your lot
looking for
Tallahassee IB visiting with her If you are
daughter and son-in-law, Mrs. $390 Down NO MONEY DOWN 'rentals, call us
Fletcher 62nd st. Paschal of 2976 NW 2-bedroom CBS, quiet area, uE'( Cash paid for your lot .
,
carport. No closing costs
Miss Rose Strachan was among FHA, one mortgage, 7th BARON BE SAFE_- NOT SORRY
those arriving from Nassau. this Ave. bus. Very clean. Pric- i JE 8-1840 JB, 94348GIL'S
week. She .is vacationing for two I ed right. Terrific! Miss Amber Hadley, June graduate .1 Auto liability insurance
weeks as guest of her aunt. Mrs. '
Senior financed Amftlt* monthly
Northwestern ,
of on
;
M. Johnson, 1631 NW tat Court. .
She la a secretary at the Prin- Down High School has been added to paymentsGoodman's
cess Margaret Hospital. $495 the sales staff of Unlimited Magazine
.
2-bedroom, carporte. Close .
Spending the with
her mother ,Mrs. M.summer O. Scott and to buses, no closing, costs, According to Unlimited editor 229 N.E. 1st StreetIN Real
grandmother Mrs. Minnie Qrler move right in, 1 mortgage and publisher, William McBride, !'
are Mrs. James E. Taylor Jr. Liberty .. ..
only. Why pay rent? Mlas Hadley will sell yearly subscriptions .sr*- (Georgene Lambert) and 9
month old son, Kevin of Loa City area. Hurry. I and advertising until THE HEART Estate & Insurance
Angeles. -- I September when she will enter OF
I Payne College, Augusta, Ga. MIAMI
DOWNTOWN
NoticeThe $890 DownNo 2688 N.W. 62nd St.
FHA. She is the daughter of Mr.
closing costs. Continuous EntertainmentAnd
Temple of Spiritual Truth Churfh Guidance of 1740 2-bedroom CBS, jalousied and NW Mrs.55th Eugene Terr. Hadley of 1068 Dancing Til 5 a.m. OX 1.0380
NW 3rd ave., presents Musical ,
a Fla. air condition,
program Sunday August 6 at room, I n_ L&.lL A.L. .,d-""'" ....,J..._...._., ......I.
carport, awnings, ,kitchen HrgsrareHrreGmmigraG w
2:30 p.m. at the church. Theme:
Friendship and Service. Speaker, equipped. Manor Park.
'
ing Bro.will J, B be. Battles.Miss Theresa Also appear Lewis, 0' -'- I1 rL iiB RTYll.ciTyi-
Miss Jennie Parks, Miss Mildred Brand new bedroom, 2 BUT A HONE IN !
T. Pleasant, the Sensational baths, Fla. room, builtinoven
Hummingbirds
The
Spiritual
Guidance Harmonizers and others and range, close to elt u2 '
Admission free. Mrs. Thelma 7th ave. bus. Beautiful,
Edmondson, sponsor. Open Sunday 12 to 6 p.m. _'1 Attention: Business and Professional People'i/ '
,c
See 839 NW 56th St
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SEE THE WORLD'S -e- It ....-' .---...
Home and income. Two 1
GREAT SPIRITUAL houses for price of one. ill, ,

LEADER CBS. For 'only $990 down i2t See these beautiful custom built homes:near schools and
AND PHYCHIC READER you have security. Best rl 1 i

. BISHOP HUNTER buy nice of quiet year.area.Close Hurry.to buses, ;n shopping. See us for the keys to the following: i fCin

If you,Are tick or worried don't -
fall to lee me today. Office hours .n .
daily 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Thursday List your lots for quick sale ctj 1. 1437 N.W. 49TH STREET
1 P.M. to 0 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m. Best prices J2 ,
to 3 p.m.HEADINGS. I
u Beautiful brand new 3.l edroom, 2 bath CBS home with lots of extras
0 n! inside. Terrific location. Move right in. $1,500 down Financing all

'..00 n4 arranged. 1 1it C4)
up Fair Reatly f inl

( !: 2. CORNER OF N.W. 57TH ST. AND 13TH AVE.
b417sw17St. For Fair Deals! l 4' !

WESTHOLLYWOOD 6200 N.W. 2nd Ave. ;nl r See this.huge corner home with extra size,closets.,,.Tremendous size living p

PL 7.1645 ;t room and dining area 3 bedrooms: ll/t baths;'Lot size 100 xl06. ,.. .

FLAI'llOF.. HUNTKK ;U! FHA terms, one mortgage payment.,$t, _oo down,' ,plus closing, costs..,*!"'
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1t 3. 6090 N.W.: 9TH AVENUE : 111" ,rL : :
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I ; Brand new 3-bedroom''2 bath CBS home. Hardwood. k ori. Large, t cars.*\ .'..,'

HOME BARGAINS ;l4 C' porte, 2-car garage, shqwn by appointment only. .: "'. .,,'".. <. r .


c tl 4. 1895 N.W. 49TH STREET
OPEN SUNDAY 3 TO 7 P.M.
3-bedroom, 2 bath home on corner lot. Size 93x109. Beautiful tile kItchen -,, .
911 N.W. 47th Terrace ,1t 2 car garage. Shown by appointment only. .
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$450 down, no closing cost, fence, garage, awnings, i't'' 5. 5810 N.W. 8TH AVENUE.
extra large rooms. alt
4K 3-bedrooms, 2 baths, Florida room, garage, large lot. We will finance ill
Ui this one through FHA.

1 758 N.W. 76th Street ,U.U U.n'

3 bedrooms 2 baths, 2 lots, Fla. room, huge master 1l

\" bedrooms. ;ltd WE HAVE OVER 400 OTHERS. WITH DOWN PAYMENTS FROM 'llk11

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J $300. WE HAVE 14 .SALESMEN TO HELP YOU I,

; r 1130 N.W. 50th Street : WE ARE OPEN EVERY DAY INCLUDING SAT. AND SUN." It

! Custom built, very large rooms, double closets. rn!. .
c $11,800 total $400 down ,.. ..nIn- .c

))1)1r ; Deal with the largest real estate office in Liberty City

1125 N.W. 74th Street 11

,/ furnished> $395 down, $69 a month. No closingcost. II.; n t tt

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