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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: August 5, 1961
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
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issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00277

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Three workmen were injured Bill R obertson, 42, of 423 NW
Thursday when they were I 7th St. i I suffered an injury to his
Early Saturday morning when when he saw her with another thrown 12 feet to the street In right ai:ikle.: James Butler, 25,
she came home from a date'with. man at about 2 a.m. Saturday. the collapse of a concrete balcony 722 N\N' 3rd ave., suffered a-
another man, a 25-year-old wo Smith fired six shots into her p they were removing from a wrist in jury
man was shot to death by a boy. face and chest. He was standing 3rd ave. building. Theyford were working on a*'seating
friend, police said. over the ',body when pollee arriv, Most seriously injured was : ui!< sledge hammers and
Miami Detective Mike ,Gonsa- ed. The other man, unidentified, Eugene Knight, 31, of 367 NW other t cols to demolish a conlcony -'
lez said Marvin Smith, 28, of 6th Terr., who is in Jackson Memorial crete ba, on the front of a
i960 NW '2nd court, leaped from ran from the scene. Hospital with possible twostorNW :y building' 1447-1449
soirie bushes near the home of Smith was .charged with first;, internal injuries. 3r A!I l ave.
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CHIEF ELK TO GLORIA SMITH 3NamedlToRiviera Rev. Brown


ATTEND Mrs.coming Bloneva marriage Smith announcesthe of her City Dies InPulpit

daughter, Gloria Dolores, to .
BAHAMAS MEET Ezekiel Washington Burrows Boards {
Sunday, Aug. 6. .
'L The Bahamaa Association Of Gloria is a 1960 graduate of'
the Improved Benevolent and Bethune Cookman College: where Riviera Beach Three West- The Rev. Epson P. Brown
Protective Order of Elks of the she majored In Elementary Ed. boro citizens have been appoint died suddenly Sunday, 4:21: p.m J
World annual convention begins ucation. While at Bethune. she ed to city governing boards by Immediately! after the close of
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Sunday, Aug. 6 at 3 p.m. when was chosen Miss Freshman; Miss the Riviera Beach City Commis his sermon at the Mt. Calvary
the Civil Liberties Department Sphlnxman Sweetheart She la a sion. Baptist Church where the Min
will hold its services at the member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Hodges Howard, well known isters' and Deacons' Union of
Western Senior School. Sorority.Mr. electrical contractor, has been the East Coast Association was:
Burrows Is a Florida A named to the Board of Electrical In session,
A concert will be at the Cat' & M graduate where he majoredIn Examiners. Eye-wltnesses said that a* the
and Fiddle: at 9 p.m. physical education. While attending Atty. F. Malcolm Cunninghamand minister ended his message, he
FAMU he was captain of Bobby Brooks have been leaned against the pulpit, appar
A large number of delegatesure the varelty team 1956-57. Upon named to the City Planning ently suffering from pains. lie
expected from ,the United graduation he was commissioned2nd Board with Atty. Cunningham waft taken to the pastor's office;..
State The lion Hobson R. Reynolds lieutenant from the ROTC I also serving-is cochairman with in the rear, but died before medical .
Grand Exalted Ruler, is and served two years In the I Clyde Antoine of the Park Board. aid arrived.Th .
arriving: on Aug. 3. army. He was discharged as lit Mr. Brooks will terra SM cochairman -

w k Monday the Grand Float Parade lieutenant. Mr. Burrow is a with Ed Doyle of the
will be at 2:30 p.m. The' member of "Kappa Alpha Pal fra Public Works Board.

Major Susan F. Harris of the oratorical contest will be at 8:30: ternlty.
87th Aero-Medlcal Evacuation p.m. at St. Benedict's Hall. The He is the son of Mrs. Gertrude The very important Planning Y 4.
Squadron, .U. S. Air Force lieverves winner will be given a (scholar Boyd of West Hollywood and Board which will be composed of
Is currently on tour of ship by the association. Errol Burrows of Miami. Both four white members and four
bride and groom-to-be are members I Negro members' will serve ae a
active duty at Kelly Air Force On Tuesday, a pageant will be
Baw, San Antonio, Texas. This given at 8 p.m. at St. Benedict'sHall of the Dade County School zoning board of appeals and
aye tom. After a brief honeymoon, will coordinate the growth of
history-making, woman Is not only and the Grand Ball will be
the couple will be at home in the entire city just north of
chief nurse of the squadron but held at the Cat and Fiddle 10
West Hollywood.LORKNK: ; II West Palm Beach.
also serve M Squadron lllstorJan p.m. Wednesday,
two moat responlble posi Eureka Lodge and Excelsior
tions.. Temple are entertaining the
This community looks forwardto convention. Exalted Ruler S. 0. t
her return to the offices of Williams and his committee are Lorene Carr Is Chosen P'
Dr. A. W. Henry and to her own working to make this one the 4'
place of business, Sue's Health greatest Elks' convention' ever r
and Reducing Center. held in Nassau,

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Apartment Tenants Claim .. r .r K -.. -- Rev. Brown was born at
iI!'. Midway, Ala, In 1899. With his
I ,,, < and collected hundredsof family, ho came to Miami in
Toting coupons from their 1939, and was affiliated with the
Poor Health Conditions If. f4... friends, who received the Miami First Baptist Church of Browns
Times swelling MIlS Carr's votesto vllle as deacon and then a* assistant
\ a grand total of 96,890 points. pastor.
The first prize of a trip to Haiti
t Tenants in the apartment i by Pan American Jet for an all- In 1943 he wa called to the

house at 1400 NW 61st st. were expense vacation trip was award pastorate of First Bapttat and
unhappy no end thta week be", Ft. LauderdaleHas 1' ....." ed to Lorene !at midnight on Sun. Mt. Olive, South Miami. lie pas

cause their rental agent .tpgfc ...., Continued on page 4 tored both, churches until March "
E three days to repair a septic tank I this year when failing health
that backed up Into their jtollets 'Wade-in'' ,.tj..; "" v' caused him to relinquish the
and bathtubs and spilled raw ; past at Mt. Olive
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onto their floors. A Woman Freed lie was active in the religious
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sewage
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No IncidentsAbout fraternal and civic life of the
No relef from the unsanitary '{ ;}f community
condition was had until the tenants ; ., OfDrugChargeA Survivors are his wife, Mrs.
200 Negroes gatheredon ,
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themselves employed a J'\"I: t\fIIi'o"!""" Roberta Brown, one daughter, I tone
at the Intersection of iI" ':
company to pump out the septic Sunday ; : : stepson, one son-ln-law, "
tank. Moat tennants. includingMr. Las Olas and Atlantic Blvd., Ft. ; .;.,.t.,., .. woman was freed Friday ofa I four brothers and other relatives.
and Mrs. Cleveland Lyons Lauderdale, and spent about ..II.i%..' two-year prison term on a narcotics Funeral Tservices will be held
complained of ruined rugs, two and a half hours, "wadingIn t" charge because the two Saturday 2fp.m. at First Bapttat
and out" of the water. There \ 'i policemen who arrested her later Church. ,
shoes and clothing. They were "
were no incidents police said. .oft. admitted perjury in a similar
without use of their baths and ','AIi:'._..". '7 .... .C
tolIeU for three days. A boat with four Negroes case. NO MOREJR.

from Pompano Beach later ran CARR Judge Gene Williams bad
has been filed
complaint
A aground about 40 yards offshore 533 Club Most Popular
granted Mildred Gordon, 21, a
.... with the health department. TheA. GRADUATION
and they waded to safety
H. Adams Rental Agency MUs Lorene Carr, barmaid at new trial. When the case was
at the same place. One of the
called however, state
Friday, .
handles the property. men was charged with negligence the 635 Club in the Sir J o h n prosecutors said the pollcemea Graduation exercises and certificates -
for breach of an ordinance Hotel, was swept into first placeby had been disqualified M witnesses of promotion will be i I a
prohibiting boats being operatednear what amounted to a virtual because they were them discontinued for Dade'a junior
to the shore in the area. landslide, in the final tabulation high school students.
Give Free selves under arrest on felony
Jaycees i of the Barmaids Popularity Con School Superintendent Joe Halt
About 60 Negroea used the test which ended on Sunday, charge I has Informed school board members ,

Tetanus ShotsThe north end of Lido Beach, Sara. July 30. Judge Williams dismissed the that the more than 12,000
Iota, without' incident. Whites In the final analysis, the true case for lack of pro cution. junior high school students enterlng -
Jaycees of South Miami in measure of popularity, which determine the ninth grade this year-
cooperation with the Dade Medical were on the south end- the winner of the contest Tile two policemen William will simply pass on the 10th

Dept will give frer tetanus Two car loads of Negroes went was evidenced by the actions Johnson and Charles Collier grade without fanfare.
lockjaw shots to childrenon of a group of Loreae's await sentencing in mid-August Studlesffthowed that uch exercises
and
Saturday from y to 4 p.m. to City Island, a municipally-: friends, who call themileves the after pleading guilty to "tram' constituted an unnecessary
at the Mt. Morlah Baptist ChurchIn owned recreational park. No Clansmen. The group jointly ing" another woman, Eloise expense to parents and put additIonal
Perrine. whites were present. purchased 16 books of contest Jackson. work on the school Itaa.S .





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the Los Angeles chapter of
Fidel Castro's much talked of ulum and its effectiveness In the Information of the the NAACP was convicted of In-
July 26 celebration came off witha producing quality education.The general public there are Junior terferrlng with a policeman and
: ''bank. Castro even had an committee was given a college applications and bulletins refusing to obey an officers lawful
Eastern Airlines plane that was $35,000 appropriation and In available in the main office"i of command.
.hlgh-jacked. He freed the 38 pas. structions to report to the legislature i i the Northwestern Senior High' Attorney Edward D. Warren,
:sengers and they returned to Mlami no later than March 1, School 7007 'NW 12th ave. in 47, waft booked July 3 after he
The plane Is still being held. 1963. the evening from 7 p.m. until 10 Interceded with two officers a*

p.m. Monday through Friday, as they. were arresting two Negro
Senator George Smathers of W. F. Coleman, who worked well as during the day in the women for drunkeness
Florida said the United States for many years in the Browns Junior col'ege office Applications The violations charged to War-
should go and get the plane. That yule area In the slum clearance will be accepted in the Junior ren are misdemeanors. Sentencing
might start the fireworks. rehabilitation dept. is back work- college office at the Northwestern was postponed pending argument -
ing as a building inspector. Mr. Center until classes begin in on a motion for a new \
Coleman did a good Job in help- September, as well as the Central trial. Police said the arresting ,I
In Philadelphia, Mayor Richard ing to clean up the slums In Center, 1895 NW 95th St. officers were both Negro e. i''
son Dilworth was making a Brownsville. He wasn't very pop t I
speech on Monday night defend- ular with owners of rental prop 1
ing his proposal to charge $40 erty because he made them keep (
annually for city parking privi their shacks in good, repair or
leges. Philadelphia ,mad at the ese. Let's hope he gets back in Vc ,..\
proposal threw bricks and stones the slum clearance dept. so that '
through the windows of the he can get the Brownsville area I' >nv1lle City Patrolman Sid a r
school where the meeting was cleared up again Gaiims became the first memberof Y
held Mayor Richardson declared, his race to compete in the recent
"I am going to say what I've police department sponsored
come to say regardless of what Southeastern Regional Pistol
you do." :Matches, and won an amazingtotal
of 14 awards, 11 of whichare
The House Appropriations displayed above. Gaines, a
Committee has approved $11,256- six year veteran on the force,
000 in military construction in won awards in the .22, .38 and
Florida. There will probably be .45 calibre matches against
more coming. This should help some .of the nation's top pistol
the unemployment situation.Are mark men. Shown "with Gaines Ou'fa- Ti. ; '
FREE DELIVERY DRUG
is his three year-old son Wayne.Mrs. .
Gaines! I is former Miamlan
you a registered voter? If TVsIe' M Norris, the daughter ofMr : .;...CO13NER.IV
not go and get registered. In. Edna Xorris.-Roj'al Art HAROLD JOLLIVETTE, Mansper
Dade County there are no holdbacks Studio Photo.Bethune.
to your registering. Some S
Important matters are going to
'be up for voter to decide on this Goes to I CASH BENEfITS w,
year. If you are not registeredyou ;
have no say in the affairs of South America

your county or city. In fact your I With MRA for !
day :
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nation. Why be a second! class you every
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ltlzen' ? I N. Albert' M Bethune Jr., enrouteto
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connection For Sickness AccidentTo
South America in or
The City of Miami has a new with the work of Moral ReArmament -
building director, Robert Feren I and the MRA film Inspired Replace Your Salary

elk, head of the construction division .' bv the life of his grandmother When Hospitalized '
of the Englneerlnf Department This film is being shown
The appointment was William S Johnson, choral director in 17 capitols of the world at For To
made on Monday by City Manager at Dorsey Junior High present in many languages. In Men Up .x.<
Melvin Reese filling the vacancy School will serve as music con this film the great contralto Up To n '
caused by the resignation of sultant for the Sixth Annual nlavs the part of Mary McLeod
Ellis Knox. Musical. Soiree which will be held Bethune and is starred with $100 ,per weekFor
next Sunday, Aug 13, 4:30 p.m. Ann Buckles of Broadway and Y
In the Breezeway of the YMCA Louis Byles of Kingston, Jamaica.It Women and Children
If you are Interested in build- corner of 15th ave. and 58th St
ing a shelter on your propertyyou gives the answer to Com
can now get a permit to do Johnson, Miamian, studied at munism corruption and war $50 per week
so. The planning and zoning Fisk University, Indiana Univer- He has been to Caux, Switzer J. lit CUMIKETII, MGR.
board after seeing a color movieon sity and Kansas City Conserva land' to the MRA assembly and Hospitalization: From Birth to Age 85
atomic fallout this week tory of Music. Aside from bjlng the West Indies travelling from Up to $200 Surgical BenefitsUp
parsed an emergency resolution a choral director, Mr. Johnson island to island in connection
to $24 First 3 daY'S-$12 Next 97 Days
with premieres and showings of
asking the city commissioners to, served In the Army for three
in effect, waive all zoning laws years, is a member of the OmegaPsi this film. Educational Policy-Endowment at Age 18
so that residents can build shelters Phi fraternity and is minis The people have responded tremendously Grandpa and Grandma Special-Agea up to 85
if they want to. ter of music at the Church of to the showing, the Retirement Income at 65
the Open Door, Congregational. crowds, have packed the theatres
On Monday in Jacksonville, In Kingston and Monego Day The Company With The
two teenage glrH (white) 'In The compositions. of George Hundreds have been turned GOLDEN SHIELD POLICYNo
bathing suits drove up to a filling Frederick Handel will be featured away, requiring special showings. 1/4 or 1/2 Benefit Full protection from application
station at 230: a.m. and Solos, ensembles and Instrumental "The Crowning Experience" will
robbed the manager of $140 at ,?selections will be rendered soon be shown in Miami. LirC INSURANCE COMPANY
gunpoint. Wow! by outstanding talent of the OF FLORIDAHome
community. Robert Thomas will
Governor Farris Bryant has serve as narrator and will play STOP being a drudge I There is an Office-2546 S.W. 8th St. HI 5.2516
appointed a 16.member commit the recordings. oxrlting career waiting for you District 2-708 N.W. 62nd Street PL 1.6528
tee of educators, 'legislators and Tickets may be secured from with Lena Home Beauty Pro
laymen to make a complete studyof the sponsors or by calling the ducts. 20 S18t A\o., m
Forida's: public school curric YMCA office, OX 6.0231.. 4800.. I

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cist, and daughter, Mrs. Mary
,l't.t t Frances Williams, laboratory Roland Donathan and son,

l _ technician and eon, Lawson Jr., Robert, arrived on Monday from
of Washington. are visiting Nassau ,by the e.s Florida on &
't for the first time with their aunt business trip and returned. on.

Pi AIDER O.X"LENA Mrs. Marie Farrington and her Wednesday by plane.
It daughters of 570 NW 20ta ?t.
i While In the Magic City they Mrs. Blanche Dean and grand'

visited many places of Interest daughter, Adrift are visiting relatives
HORNB Beauty Products and made many new friends. On and friends lf Philadelphia
11" are offering great prom He's either instructed to go s6 Tuesday last they left for Nas and New York City.
ises to the field of cosmetology. far and say so much, otherwise sau to visit with other relatives
\ They have revamped what was youngsters would not be taking accompanied by Mrs. Farrlngton. ''I Mrs. Pauline Smith has returned '

t the. initiative of this product In the stand they are and smaller They plan to return to D. C. on from her vacation spent visit'

/ I these parts and are offering a kids being pushed around. We August 6.Arthur Ing her sister, Miss Helen Higgff
trained program to persons desiring fought too hard to get this and in Richmond, Va., and her broth.
"1 to enter Its organization, I other recreational facilities, let's er, Kenneth in Philadelphia.Mr. .
I, Agents and sales representatives not stand idle: by and see des Cole celebrated his
Its demand truction move In and you know birthday with a gala affair at Paul
J I are !_ what. the Hampton House. Among the and Wyche and'
guests were Cynthia Bethel, the children returned' on Sunday
Woodrow Green, the Othello from a motor trip that took them'
.f t Alter Charlte
ciitfe'a )young fat JUST A tlS11Hnti1MTANDtNO Johnsons, George Dean Alkin to New York City, New Jersey
( big junior) last week.He Mrs Sallie D. Collins, operator Hepburn, Jacke Frazier, Anti on. and Brooklyn In Now York they
!Is mUch taller than dad A customer, noticing a sigrt and hair weev technician at the I ette Splcer. Juanlta Finley Mat. spent some time with Mrs. Louise
Did you dig Dave Alketis at the "free gas" at a filling station at thews. Carey, sister" of Mrs. Wyche; la
MI Lounge last weekend between 62nd St. and 12th ( pulled Modernistic Beauty Salon at 826 Brooklyn, they visited with an

breaks T ? T They tell me into the station and wide "till NW 3rd ave. won the first prizeIn old friend, Mrs Muriel Watkins

Francine Dalley and Bessie Cato 'er up." After the usdal checkup the halt styling contest dur Mrs. Kenneth Rodgers and Knowles. The Wyches report the

at the Gay Paree Beauty Salon,, the customer politely said,, ing the Wtirkfihop at FAMU. daughter, Emily, of Nassau, re weather cool in those cities and
French hair doa are something thank you and happily gunnedhis turned home on Sunday after quite enjoyable.

Bob Williams (you may motor and cut out. His car visiting In Miami for two weeks.
know him as Chick Webb< drummer tag number wa* taken, police I While here they were guests of
at Baker's Famous Corner) were called.. After checking the Birthday and Mrs. W. A Chapman and family Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wilson

and George Wright, (say, can he gendarmes only consolation was spent their vacation making a
blow? Miller on the misleading. Sooo,, I tour of Florida and Georgia but
) Kaytnttnd the sign was her
Houston
Mrs. Elizabeth are happy to be at home again
l how Farewell PartyA
organ is a terrific trill and< no chargee, no chaseel Corene Manning and
Bekerltes love 'em I 1 I Froiila daughter, returned

Pittman, barmaid at Ebony, Bar,, The "free gas" sign Is only t a combined birthday and three children visit have to the children's Mrs. Harriet Hart and Mrs.
has a lot on the mixology side glmlck to entice customers to( farewell party was held last from a short Mrs. Ellen Joycelyn Burroughs spent a few

since she had that Bookeer Terrace buy gas at this station and gel Sunday at the home of Mrs. Ida grandmother other, relatives In days at Nassau!! enjoying some of

start. a number for a drawing or such... King, 1930 NW 6th ave for two Manning and Oat the city's hospitality.:
motorist hU The birthday Thomasvllle,
Anyway some got Interesting persons.
HERMAN! And Dorothy Walton gas without having to go thru party was given for Little Yvette t1ve
celebrated their 3rd anniversary with the racket. Lamarr Hodgea and the farewell Mrs. Jlmmye Bradshear of Little -year-old
July 31. The place and time is event was presented for Officer Dallas, Texas, is In Miami visit daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Living-
what the couple realy enjoyed- James Culmer of Nassau, son of ing her sister and brotherin-law ston Forbos, celebrated her fifth
Big Mabelle and Club Knight Mrs. Hattie Nottage of Miami Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Colston. birthday on Sunday at the homeof
News About Phyllis
Beat Cyril Peltier's motheris her fifth birthday on Sundayat
visiting him after 23 years. A goodly number of relative Returning to Nassau on Monday the home of her grandmother,
Mrs. Pol tier had this to say Wheatley Social ClubThe and friends attended the affair were Mrs. Gwendolyn Cooper Mrs. Edith Brennan.Yvette's ,

about Miami! "1 tried to find my and enjoyed of Its many varied' wife Canon Milton Cooper, relatives and little
land! marks but the place Is all Phyllis Wheatley Art and festivities. Music for the occasion rector of St. Agnes Church, in friends enjoyed the occasion and

new" Mary (Candy) Wil Social Club closed its summer was furnished by Oliver's that city. They have enjoyed brought her many nice presents.Mrs. .
liams' second trip to surgery activities with a delightful picnic Cornet Band for which the pon-- spending 12 days In Miami and Jotirwoa
Georgians
within two weeks proved eatls- at Virginia Beach on July 20. sore thank him very much. Mr. other Florida cities. s>.
She's in Jackson, east Members and friend' were highin Culmer returns to Nassau this teacher In tho commercial depart
factory. their praise for the former friendsare ment of the Booker T. Wa b'Dg"
wing, room 6169. Remember weekend Relatives and Miss Faye Williams, a seniorat
Candy at Booker Terrace, now president, Mrs. Marie Price and wishing for a safe and pleas Northwestern High School la ton high School Is studying1 at

do the same with a card, she'll the members who made the dayan ant return. attending camp at Quannacut in Boston University
enjoyable one. The tables
love you. were laden with good things to

eat and swimming and games

BABY FACE" Billy Dullard were played during the day.
will celebrate his 34th birthday Gumls included Mrs. Daisy M.

Tuesday!! Aug. 8 Carl Han Murrell, an active member of the
nah had his last week Special Federated Women Clubs of West
birthday greetings to Barbara Palm Beach; Mrs. Inez Harde-

Rolle Burrows, Aug. 6. She's va- mon, Mesdames Clarice Turner, .
Lillian Shellman: Marie Glenn, tt
rationing in Nassau. Barbara
Vernell heaves, Mamie Montgomery
Bo'Ney extends pleasant wishes
Emma Wilson, Ella
to her. Shirley Ray will celebrate
Williams Sylvia Boyklns, MaryJ
hers 6 and ,
today Aug.
McCoy, Frankie Glover Basle
Phyllis Cook weds Aug. 2. d' ::1!
Mae hedge, Margie Bowen, 't

BETTY and Lartha Swain are Amelia Bellamy, E. W. Bethune, rt

having doube birthday celebra- Miriam Sturrup, Nellie Moore, I
tions Aug. 6 at their home in Anna McPherson Cecelia H. Lee,
Richmond Heights Betty Barbara Blair, Francine Hunt, ', ,, l! A I
Burrouglfe returned last week Nurse Edith Bragg and Mrs. Lucia '

Someone says" ehe's giving up Edden, John Lord, Mr and "'' '4 1
the Capitol City and the schoolmarm Mrs. Doles, Herbert and Robert "

task there for somethingin Sands, Edward Wilkinson, LivIngston est 4 ,

these parts ? t T Little Nick Adderley, Tony E. Ferguson r .* Lr l
Ferguson will celebrate his 3rd Gary and Oscar Range.

natal day in Blakely: Ga. His Mrs. Willie Sparkman, the ?, 1;
dad is "Prive eye Nick" (Liberty new president was seen welcoming I M
City is his beat) and still all friends present. She was

the popular man. Debris delighted with the turn out '

Youngblood, Cleveland, Is vacationing M. I. Daniels, reporter 'p. : I

in those parts. Mildred :
Mack about town.is doing the showing Gospel Singing TourThe


Little Midget Chorus anc .tI (

the Zeigler Brothers will leavE H ,, f
normyIAltSIIALL:
gave I
on their gospel tour which wll d tf
"Write Me a Letter" to Mr. and '
take them Into the Carolina
Mrs. Public long before Larry
and Georgia. Hoping to make
Darnell made it
a top seller In
this tour available to a11, a char i ie
fact this was his entrance to
tered bus has been engaged Persons -
stardom. Can't say Just how
desiring to the lM
much he received for it, but his accompany
or eeking Information
days at the Blue Grass In Cleveland group
may call Mrs. V. Ross at CE
was the beginning. It
was Esther ,
51132 or Mrs. Edwards
not good going all the way. Bob

had a mishap that sacked him fora b P .
while but good old Bobby iI
The Miami
came back and along with his

camera, emceeing, participatingin CARVER HOTEL
show bus his trail and Knight

Beat are a great tie-in. A hard,
long fight II now seeming to pay 899 N.W. 3rd Ave. L.r: -..... -: .' _.......r.J.: ._.-- ; .... _. -

off. Announce The Reopening of It*
JtwflloDrake.
Dorothy Taylor' wa honored cur, Charles Dungio and
aillLS wanted to
DINING ROOM with., a birthday party In liar' denkoiifttrnto JLAMOUIt and nell lAmA
RICHMOND HEIGHTS Civic ry'ci American liar at the Eden Bottom photo: Minnie Wll- Homo Products to large
toe Hotel Monday evening Her I I Ham, Karl Kdge. Standing Archie Beauty
group have a call meeting for Under New Management group 20 NW tit Ave., Vtl
citizens huflhaiHl, Archie, popular drummer Taylor. Seat 'vl Mm Taylor,
Aug. 8. "A stronger committee 4-4800.
to combat community Serving with the Duke Jenkins orchestra the honoree Bottle, 91. Wallace -'/ ;#of.
and Mrs. Duke Jen-
problems" Is the aim of the or- which l Is featured at the Mr.
Breakfast, Lunch kind, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Adam, NEED MONEY
ganization. popular :.Miami Beach spot really
Johnson
not ahown were Shirley
and DinnerA $23 to $600
I geared no IMUO In making the and Roland Donathan.

TALK 0' TOWN variety of bevtragM affair a grand one. Torch singer Diane Pane ad Call PL 8.3653
WE HliOULD DO something
about our swimming pools. They We cater to private parties Among the well wisher, a* t'd plenty spice to the party IDEAL LOAN

aren't receiving the supervisionand Open 8 a.m. to 13 mldnlteMra. shown In the top photo were and Duke Jenkins and Tails Va-
6105 N.W. 7th Ave.lit .
care as called for. The Archie Finder Mary hill, Maude rona' dance music wa out of

Manor Park pool lacks the proper Marjorie Evans Bryant co-manageri and Wallace Grachan and Ella Mon- thli world. Q 000 CI C ooooooooett
life guards attention and duty. Mrs. Myrtle ,
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? 4 SATURDAY AUGUST B, 1961 Shoe Stores* Robinson's Shoo Store

We also had an Ice fcoinpany. I

1 We have not mentioned resiauranb, soft drinks 6 ,
i stands, barbers, there were many of them.

tfo our churches: We remember when the Rev. Mr.,
Ottley built the Warner's Memorial AME Zion Church:
at First Place and 13th St. In those days all churcheswere
frame buildings, consequently this building was com-
Main Office at 074O N.\V-t03tb: Aventte-PhottA OX,'1-0421. "
the best,
monly known as "the stone church. It was
Branch at 11H2 N.W. Third Av,., Miami, M(rt da.-Phone FR 32230
Came the Church of God on 17th St. and 6th Ct. We usedto

II. R. SIGISMUN1 REEVES; Editor and Publisher> call that location "the sticks." It was so far out you
GARTH O. REEVES, Managing Editor know! Today we have more than 80 churches, and mostof

them are worth being proud of.
Entered us Second OlMs Matter, August 0, 1927, at the'Post Office old
Schools: Booker T. Washington Elementary, an
at Miami\ Florida, under the act of March &,{'IBTtt_ 4th
frame building on 12th street between 3rd and aves.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES was it, there were Mrs. Nellie Powers Normal School, the
ONE YEAR $1.80-SIX) MONTHS f2.Tft-Ittltfett MONTHS '1.10 Harrison B. Moore, Mrs. Hanna Taylor, Mrs. Carrie B.Anderson's .
Member of the Associated Negro Press Kindergarten, the Nathaniel Dean and A. E.
Member of the National Newspaper Publisher* Association Leslie school. Those wanting to attend high school had
.._
to elsewhere.
"CflEDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" go |I Frater John Wynn, SVD, f iavlsltlhg
Til 10 NI'XJRO; PRESS believe that America can bent lead the world Today we boast of some of the best high and ele l at home with his grandparents .
trom racial and national antagonisms when it accords to every man mentary_ school buildings in the country. We also have a Mr. and Mrs. Frank
regardless! of race, color or creed his human and 1 legal rights. Hating Junior College. What is more, the University of Miami Neal for a three with weeks vacation
lie graduated
too man rearing no man-the Negro Press/ strives to help (every man Schools have been a degree In
and some of the Roman Catholic: High associate in arts and bachelor of
In the firm belief that all men 'itrf" hurt as long an anyone in baldhack. -
integrated. There is also. token'Integration in two or three ,,i arts' from St. Mary's Mission
of schools. House in Techny, ltl
our elementary |I .
Hats off to the past; coats off to the tuturelMIAMI'S To conclude: We are turning out high school and
college students by the hundreds. They need jobs. Some I .
Lorene Cart Most
BIRTHDAYMiami of them will find it difficult. It Is about time we think I

had a birthday last' week, her 65th. The occasion seriously children. of helping to provide more employment for our ''Popular, } Barmaid,

had Ye Editor looking at Miami as she was 42
years .ag9.when ,wedecided to make' this cityrour home.. Then too, we must have more business, 'places' of'our Conttpuefl\. fr zn .... -g lt" u1o
Naturally looking back, we also thought of Miami as she own. There are far too many in front of the counter. We day post during the height ot the
is today, but could hardly visualize what she will be in should have more people behind the counter. festivities at the Mid-Summer
the future. We can help by helping or rather supporting busi- Barmaids DAll.I .

Miami was a small city in those days. Today she hasa ness places operated by our people and by people who
population of nearly a million. Her growth has been employ our people. I

phenomenal. "God helps the man who helps himself, 4Y.
Many of our surviving pioneers know" what a tough I hold that this is true,
time Negroes had in those days, but there were some good In >all the busy ways of life, ,
leaders' that by hook or crook, were able to weather the There's so much depends on you."
storm, keeping the ship on even keel, and today we are
enjoying some of the benefits they fought for. 1 h s ss4

This applies to members of both races, men and women WHITE MINISTER ON SEGREGATIONIf r s y
because there were always some white friends who ry} rth
would try to help us solve our problems. you have been keeping up with Religious Editor ? t6 jfa

While there is always room for improvement Miami Adon Taft of the Miami Herald you have read many interesting -
has made wonderful progress interracially. There was a accounts of his visits to churches in Miami.
time when hardly anybody but laborers wanted to live in Some of these good ministers have taken a real praise-

Miami. Today people are here from everywhere, and they worthy stand against injustices shown our people. Re- -_,.'.. _w __
keep coming. Once here, they hardly care to leave, and cently after such a 'sermon, a pastor was not only con- ROSETTA SMITH\
we welcome all who come. It helps the city. gratulated by many of his flock, but he received many
Right here let's take our hats off to present day leaders letters and telephone calls approving his action. Savoy Satellite Lounge

who are carrying the ball for us. Those of us on the Last Miami Herald another Runner.up In the contest was!
Monday's brought us
the equally popuar: barmaid at
sidelines should at least cheer them so that they may keep story by )Ir. Taft. This visit was to the Riverside Baptist Wilbur Brassfleld'e Savoy Satel-
carrying the ball until our goal for first class itizenship, Church where the Rev. James Monroe was the preacher. lite Lounge, Miss Fosetta Smith,
is reached. 'His "The Man's who finished second with an aggregate -
Dilemma.
subject was, White He let his
Reminiscing we tried to compare Negro business In congregation know that he was as Southern as "grits and which Included total of 15 62,400 books of points votes,
the old days with Negro business today. We are going to hushpuppies, turnip greens and cornpone." sold. At the insistence of those
name some of the oldtime businesses and let our readers assembled, Rosetta!! who had expressed *
make the comparison.In This Southern pastor showed some Southern Chris- a desire to visit Atlantic
tianity in letting his people know that segregation was un' City was presented with a weekat
the business Gro- the fabulous
grocery we rememberSlater's christian. Jamaica Motelin
cery, Nick Montgomery, Lee Wooten, George Davis, Atlantic City during the time
Here are some excerpts from the story: of the Miss America Beauty Pa
Frank Straughter, Dennis Smith, C. M. Trapp, George
"The; 'separate but equal' system is a farce by geant.
Styles, John Barkley's S'erv U, L. Young, George Cash my
Dillet's Meat Market, J, A, Butterfield, Bethel Bros., The own experience. Consolation prizes of two
of
magnums
Habershams, Murphy's Grocery, Thompson's Grocery, Vic- "When a teenager, I witnessed an accident in which a presented to Miss champagne Irma Clarke were
tor Verona, Fred Myers, O. ''K. Kemp, J. D. Williams, Negro driver turned over ''a truck. As the only witness, my and Miss Queen Esther Smith of
Joseph Smith, Bain's Grocery,.,Payne's. There were others. testimony completely absolved the driver of blame. Yet ed Tiny's third 7th Ave. Bar who finish
and fourth
Bakeries: Geder Walker, Robinson's, Trapp's, Vero- in a conference in my presence the white prosecutor and I with 24,000 and 17,800 respectively points
na's, Bank's, Bennett's. i the white defense attorney agreed on a compromise fine
Bottling Works:. The Cola'Nip' Jenkins and Sampson.Fish of $100 and the judge accepted their agreement. and The was Ball really was one well of the attended high-,

:Markets: Nash, Carey, Poitier, Sweeting, Not- "There was no thought given to the possibility of his light of the summer season. The
beautifully
tage Anthony. gowned ladles and
innocence. When I protested, it was patiently explainedto well.groomed men expressed a
Wood Yards: James Hepburn, Ferguson's, Smith, me that 'we must be hard on these Niggers to keep desire to see a similar affair heldat

Davis. them under cpntr I./ Ttye) Negro was controlled all right Bayfront Auditorium at some
Filling Stations: ,Enoch Powell, Charles Johnson, he went future 'date this winter with a
Joyner's. f to jail because he could not pay his fine. rhet big.name band engaged to play

Garages: Butler's, Bragg, Eighth Street Garage, \ The Church is the most important institution in the occasion.
' Danny Knight. world and she has more influence than any other. When J

Bicycle Shops: Sam Carlis, Samuel Minnis, Meadows her ministers 'speak against unchristian acts, it helps even Quality
those who might seem to disagree with him.FORJrSAI.E .

Confectionary: R. H. Johnson, Styles Confectionaryand PhotographyDONE
Lunch Room, Snelly's Candy Shop.
Dry Goods: Barkley's Dry Goods and Shoes, H. B. BY
Ferguson, J. R, Taylor's Men's Shop and Barkley's 5 and
10 Cents Store. Culmer's. ',:'t.

Tailors: Ormond Burnside, R. G. Love, Stanley Rob- 1311 N.W. 52nd Street '"
inson, Nathaniel Rolle, Malachi Bethel, Dan Rolle, E. G. i .
Luckie, J. R. Taylor's My Tailor Establishment, Oscar .
Johnson, and Rev. P. B. Herout's New York Tailors.
Loan Associations: Home Mortgage and JnvestmentCo. $12,500 $500 Cash

., Home Trust Association, Wage Earners Building and
Loan Association, C. E. Johnson's Loan Association, Unit- $90 a Month
ed Mercantile Co., American National Thrift Association,
D. A. Dorsey, A. V. German. Refined
neighborhood. Living room, dining room,
Drug Stores: Chapman's Pharmacy, Economy Drug,
,Anderson-Gaines, Barkley's The Peoples Drug Store, screen ,porch, 2 bedrooms, tile bath, kitchen with

Johnson, Fred Dean, Dr. Sawyer's Drug, there was a stove and refrigerator and utility room. Fenced yard. Johnson of Miami
branch Post Office at this place' of business. ;!
409 N.W. 17th Street
Real Estate: D. A. Dorsey, H. G. Dargan, Prince PL 9-8824 OX 1-0624
:Miller, R H. Johnson, T. L. Johnson, Alonzo Kelly, Phone FR 72294IPAGE
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school teacher was absolvedof I
charges of disorderly conduct P The Pink .Ladies NURSES! Earn big money in
Metro Offers Teen- time LeIlA
and possession of stolen goods your spare by selling
Friday In connection with the Are you Interested in helping Home Beauty Products. Act
theft of three, busineee machines Age Charm Are you Interested in doing 44800.Now! 20 NW 1st Ave., FR
from Graves Construction Co.
good Then join the Pink Ladies

City Judge Milton Friedman ClassesA which meets at St. John's Baptist -'
Church Thursday,
freed Wllford M. Bailey, 629 NW Aug.
10 at 8:15 .m. All ladies between
22nd St., a George Washington girls' Teenage charm club the ages'of 18 and 60 are Must Sell!
Carver ,science and math teacher. has been organized at the James
invited to become members and Price Reduced!
At the same time he gave E. Scott Housing Recreation be a part of your own Christian
Theodore Bonamy, 549 NW Center by the Metro Dade County Memorial Hospital. You are New Deluxe Home
22nd St., a $600 fine or 60 daysIn Park and Recreation Department needed. Don't delay; it's a non-
jail. meeting every Friday at 10 a.m. sectarian group., Join Now. 3-bedroom, 2 baths, 2 car
under the guidance of Mrs. ports, screened porch
Bailey testified that he did Davye' Davis. Twenty-flv. girls Florida Room
not know. a typewriter he and have already ,joined. FREE HOROSCOPE!
3 a 80 x 100 corner lot
Bonamy had tried to sell In
This Friday. Aug. 4, will fea -
.Hollywood' was stolen. ture Catherine Brooker well Dr. William: K. Elliott of Astrologers Guide, Inc. 6090 N.W. 9th Ave.JE .
.Contrary known beauty expert. She will Huntington West Virginia '
to previous reports, pres. P. O. Box 71794
,Bailey had not been charged dlscues manicure pedicure and ,jident of the National Dental As 1.5973
with grand larceny and breakingand will demonstrate teen-aged girls-! sociation announces the 48th Los Angeles 1, Calif.What indf
entering on his arrest July hair styling. All teen girls In the I''annual convention of the organ-!-
dot's the future held for
20. area are welcome to join. tlon Aug. 6.10 at the Sheraton I
Park Hotel, Washington D.C. you? Send date of birth iihis a

I t -.... ra... 1 Dr. Elliott this year'sscientific

Desegregation!(Move Killed chairmanship program of says Dr.under William the J. horoscope secret information.reading Send and top other: FOR SALEOR

Walker of Chicago Includes ses A12
TRADE
lions High Speed Equipment
The Senate has killed a move on ..... ..
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Dies along with the latest Improve. : '!
by Sen. Jacob K. avlta (R., NY) Bishop Moses ,['ment In soothing relief from Your home or lot .
to block federal payments for Enroll your child now in
construction of segregated ter music for the patient. For a brand new home

minal facilities at airports. In LondonWinter I| For the first time the latest Perry's Debbie Playland .

Javlts' amendment to the I Park Episcopal techniques will be shown on
closed: circut television originating Nursery School and 1437 N.W. 56th St
multiblllton-dollar Independent F.. Moses of the
offices money bill was killed diocese Bishop of William South r.IQrida. 63, died ,lege, from of Jloward Dentistry University in Oral Sur-Col. ') .KindergartenUnder ... u C 839 N.W. 56th 'St. .
Monday night by a 5,.33 vote. Monday In a London hospital.
Dr. Thomas J.
igery by Pinson trained guidance
I Bishop Moses was in the sec 3-bedroom 2 baths
head ,
Sen. Mike Mansfield of Montana Department
FOR INFOKMATION
Senate Democratic leader. two-month vacation I Garage Florida
ond week of a The social calendar is highlighted room
said even If the Senate approvedthe when he suffered a heart 4800 ''N.W. 24th Court
amendment, It would be attack last Friday said Bishop given by by the the Ghana Embassy Ambassador reception I See Sunday 2.6 p.m.
knocked out in the House on a Henry Louttit. land' Phone NE 4-8315 or '
Mrs. William M. Halm.
Q.
point of order because it wouldbe Harmar, Inc. MO 5-3592
became bishop The Presidents
legislation on an appropriation Bishop Moses Banquet ,And NE 5.8052
suffragan or assistant bishop of Dance will feature the Assistant
b111.Javlts .Mrs.! lona Perry, nupwvlnor
South Florida in 1956. Secretary of Labor for Interna
said the amendment was tional Affairs, George L. P. indf
aimed at blocking 1961.62 fed [Weaver and many outstanding MIAMI. TIMES ADS
eral payments on contracts for guests including District Commissioner
airport facilities in several Free Eye Tests John D. Duncan and Advertise It Pays! DON'T COST THEY PAY
Southern states. He mentioned I Ambassadors from Liberia and
Birmingham and Montgomery All 'Day Saturday Ghana along with Dr. Robert ,C. -......---
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Ala., and Tallahassee Fla. Weaver housing administrator...
Your Watch Cleaned Oiled Adjusted
The. Northside Lion Club and Sports minded dentists will' ,
TeaA the Dade County Optopietrlc As participate in a golf tournamentwith Guaranteed .........,.............. ........ $4.75

Calendar sociation will sponsor free eye cups awarded In various Your Portrait-Only ................ $1.00 ,

Calendar Tea will be given examinations for children seven divisions. Class Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radios '

sponored by Seminole ChapterNo. to 17 at the Northside Shoplng Guaranteed: Watches .......... from $6.95
17 of OES, Sunday Aug. 13 _
at the Dixie Park Auditorium Center auditorium Saturday MOVN UP to a white collar Job DAVID JEWELERS

13th St. and 3rd ave, from 4 to from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with( the Leiuv Home Beauty Pro 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-1522 I
6 p.m. The public is Invited. Children, must be accompaniedby duct organization I 20 NW 1st y.,,
Hattie Nottage Is worthy matron their parents or have written Au, J'n410100..
Amanda O'Bryant,
chairman.and A12 permission from a parent. .w...... ...... ....-.. ....,- .

I CAROL'S KIDDIE KOLLEGE


It now open for enrollment for the coming school

term. We offer the best care for your child. Hot

meals and evening snacks. Wholesome recreation, in

Open House Sun. 1.5 p.m. dividual sleeping cots, and pick up and delivery service -

in Liberty City, Brownsville asd Miami. Hours

827 N.W. 47th StreetNo arranged for convenience of (working mothers. For

closing costs further information call PL 88476 or FR 1-2209 and

$395 Down $74 Mo. register now. A26

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Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS
T'I . . . . _. . . . .
FREE DELIVERY DRUG with large screened porch,
enclosed garage, tile roof,

oak floors, fire place. Onlyone

HAROLD JOLLIVETTE, Manager mortgage.

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PEOPLES DRUG STORE BARBECUEAND Open house 1.5 p.m. Sun.

LUNfHEONETTE 1327 N.W. 43rd St.

402 and 406 N.W. 8th Street I FR 4.5874 No closing costs 1b

$345 Down $68 Mo.
*'
Store Bar BiQue
Drug -
2 bedroom CBS beau
Large ,
Specializing In proscriptions, Featuring breakfast, lunch
patent medicine arid sundrfe ai.J dinner. Old Hickory liar tiful Florida room, carporte, I
becue from 5 p.m. awnings, furnished kitchen, BEAUTY PRODUCTS INC.
Open dolly 6:8O a.m. 12 p.m. Total price only ,
oak floors.
Pri.f Sat. to 1:80: .m. Open Fri. & Bat to 2:30 a.m F
10800.
Satisfaction Guaranteed Free Delivery invites you to join in a profitable, exciting opportunity
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.a- ? ? Open Sun. 1.5 p.m. for a career in the cosmetics field.

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844 N.W. 51st St.
Tremendous potential for 'advancement and financial -

for Nurse's Aids/ $595 Down $79 Mo. '
'Care-Craff'School independence. If you can sell, if you can

TEN WEEKS COURSE No closing costs supervise other salespeople, if you want to make

Outstanding 2 bedroom
with Florida big moor and if you can qualify, we want you
ENROLL NOW large room.
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hardwood floors, separate to share in this fine organization.
LEARN BEDSIDE!: NURSING AND INFANT CARE dining room. Only one

Have a Lifetime Profession mortgage. $9,400. 20 N.W. 1st Avenue -
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EVER. CLOSED KRAFT QT.
Prices Good August 2nd thru Sib, Weller's AG I Mayonnaise 29 p'

FrAwNoGA.GRaoEwFRYERS (: I With$5.00 Order -
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fb HILL'S BROTHERS RED CAN LB.

COFFEE 59
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BACON MANOR HOUSE /A GAL.
290LYKES
I S 29 Ice Cream 49CLo.


HI GRADE PURE SMOKED LB.

Pork Sausage 49.0MORRELL Lamb SHANK & NECKS 290
'5
LB. LIBBY'S GARDEN 303 CAN
I Rolled Pork '. 390 Sweet Peas 2 for 3g0
SHOULDER LB. OSAGE FREESTONE 2Yz' CAN
Lamb Chops 49c PEACHES 3 for 69cSHURFINE
LB. EVAPORATED TALL CANS
Lamb Breast 151 MILK 3 for 394

Wft. ,.
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ROXEY-6 CANS
Pole Beans 19* LIBBY GOLDEN CREAM STYLE-303
cI:
Dog Food 39*
Corn 2 for 39
KRAFT SLICE 6 OZ.
SWISS Cheese 350 BIRDSEYE-FROZEN FOOD STALK EACH
CHICKEN-BEEF TURKEY cI: CeleryLARGE 15c
ROYAL 46 ors. Pot Pies' 6 for 69
Pineapple Juice HEAD EACH
LETTUCE 191
2 for 49FAIRLANE
CUTRITE-LARGE 125FT. ROLLWax
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LEAF 2 PKGS. Paper $ 61'.UE BONNET LB.

SPINACH 25C ,., '" ar" OLEO 291
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Broccoli Spears 39 I Apple j Sauce 100

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1.i_J_r - of being '-on* of the Ant Nas- THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMi FLORIDA

sauvian women to take up gplf
SATURDAY, AUGUST S, 1961 PAGE 1

4 ey PltETTl" GIRL OF The Week

Around Miami Lois Young Pretty Boy of Golden Anniversary Omega
The Week: Sbaddlo Ward .
Man About Town: Robert Jack

.By DAVE BONDU. son. Conclave Aug. 13-18, IN D.C.

QUICK NOTE DEPT: Specialto

..;. ., Dr. I, P. and Mrs. Davis: Washington, D. C. Attorney Omega Fraternity House Sunday
night.
- po- ; "'
Nassau excited
Everybody in la William D. Martin Sr., Grand
FROM MARIETTA'S.. Guest and WMDM; C. C. North of about the coming wedding of Marshal of the Golden Anniversary Monday, Aug. 14, a ,boat ride
House in Nassau comes news of North's Travel Dureau (he was your daughter, Irol, to D a v i d Grand Conclave of Omega in the afternoon on the s... Mt.
the people from home and what twisting a mean hip) ; David Porter on the 11th of August.A Pal Phi Fraternity, Inc., scheduled Vernon music by Bobby Felder.
Is happening here. First let me Paschal Just sitting down diggln' lot of folk from here will be for August 13.18, announced Monday night a Get Acquainted
tell you about the rock. So much the band (he is band master at there for the wedding. It I'm today that the program is frame Dance in the Cotillion Room of
building is going on from the Northwestern) ; Eleanor Moss, not home to attend and I don't ed to meet the needs and desiresof the Sheraton-Park Hotel with
native shacks to modern CBS a nurse's aide from Jackson Hospital think I will be, the ,best wishes the whole family. The social music by the Gay Cleffs Orchestra
buildings. Carports, Florida who is also stopping at for all the happiness in the program will include from baby .
rooms and garages are taking Marietta's; Harriette Hart, world to the two fine young sitting for Infants, to teenage
the place of the old canvas guidance counselor at DTW; people Effle Throckbottomis swim parties and record hops, Tuesday, Aug. 15 the Pan- Hellenic -
shades. The days of the horse Delores Miller, secretary at back from a fabulous show in to five dances with famous Council will entertain the
and bicycle are almost a thing Northwestern.And Jamaica. Chlckle is leaving for bands, and a boat ride for Omegas at the SheratonParkHotel
of the past, and loan companies Saratoga next week for his reg- adults. at the Sheraton Hall with
and other 'businesses with a new local people like Peanuts ular engagement there1. music by Wild Bill:! Davis Organ
commercial outlook are making Taylor of the Goombay Club; One thousand delegates and Combo and McDermon' Orchestra
more and more progress Ulric Ferguson and m y good I think I've said enough for their families will converge on Wednesday, Aug. 16 the Golden
day. To give you an idea,every let's buddy and fellow golfer, Erroll this week, so I'll say, Live Life, the Nations Capital and visit Anniversary Ball at the Shera-
take a look at the very lovely Leach; Basil Nichols of Nichols Every Golden Minute of it. Howard University, the birth
place I'm living in. and Thompson Realty, Bay St., place of Omega Psi Phi. Thursday, August 17, a clos-
Basil Sands of Sands Realty anda ton Park, music by Duke Ellington
Three years ago, Marietta Me- restauranteur now. He has a Teenagers will really have a and his orchestra
Phee had Just four rooms to lovely place called the "ElfelTower" Chicago Wade-in whirl around the town. James ed formal at Sheraton Hall, fea-
rent to tourists. Today there are Quander is in charge of teenage
where the food is very turing Count Baste and his or
15 modernistic rooms with maid activities which will include
good and a native band plays Desegregates Beach chestra.
service and home-cooked meals for your listening pleasure. Note i bowling, tennis, badminton, record -
. with an ocean breeze, no : to Henry Arrington: It's on De- hops and swimming. Mr. The ending of the Gala Social
less. People in Nassau are so lancy St. where we used to live CHICAGO Some 65 Negro Quander will have a staff of professional Affairs will feature Count Basle
nice, you wonder why people all and white demonstrators staged
and basil has named one of the workers aslsting him in and his orchestra in an Auf
over the world aren't like them. a fourth consecutive weekend integration -
tables
Next, there are tne cab drivers. Table." "The Henry Arrington "wade-in" at traditionally the activities for the young Wiedersehen Dance Friday night.Dr. .
They are the backbone of the : allwhite Rainbow Deach onChicago's people.
Speaking of where we used to I. Gregory Newton grand
eland You'll find a few who live, Barbara Calhoun and her South Side Sunday, ,
will try to "take you," In the hubby took our house, there in There were no "incidents." Social activities for the adults baslleus of' the fraternity, is
same manner as in the States front of the Catholic Church, I will start with the Watergate calling upon every Omega Man
but the A detachment of 200
police
majority are honest, sin have met so many folk from Concert and the Carter Barron and his faml.y to join in the
cere fellows who follow their patrolmen under Capt. James
union rules and love taking you home is hard in the for last me few to weeks remember thatit Hackett stood guard as the Amphitheater, Sunday, Aug. 13, celebration of the Golden Anniversary

on a sightseeing; trip of the fab them all. However, I must Integrationists congregated ina ending with open house at the Grand Conclave.
ulous island. Howard Johnson say group on the sand about 75 ___ _._ __ __.
it was nice' meeting Roy Bowe ------- --- -- -- ------------ u- ----- ----
has a beautiful }lounge and restaurant and Buggs Barn TWA stewardesses yards from the edge of L a k e

on the island, now and Carol Brasnahan and Pat I Michigan A few went swim BUNDER 'NEW OWNERSHIPJoe
many of our American businessesare Foster mlng but most of them sat talk
of the
Montague Hotel
helping to make Nassau ing on the -beach. Metz is BackSMALL'S
modernistic.As and Slim Bannister of the Brit

ish Colonial, who has opened a IJeacli guard estimated that
for me, this is my second shop on Blue Hill Road. Slim the hot sunny weather attracted LOUNGE & PACKAGE STORE
home. I'm working at Freddie about 30,000 bathers to the
Mannings' Cat and Fiddle Club can be found on the golf course
beach. About 300 of the bathers 701 N.W. 2nd Avenue
doing a full-scale production In back of the B. C. everyday, gathered to watch the "wade-In"
which is a real gas for me. DurIng with Ulric Ferguson, Herman demonstrators 1'JlN LAB VIGAS LOUNGE is OPEN u A.M. TO 1 A.M.
the shows, from time to timeI
Johnson
and Yours Truly. Ulric's STKIUCO MUSIC
spot people from home .
like Elliott Pleze of the Times wife, Joan, will have the honor
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PAGE 8 SATURDAY, AUGUST S, 1961

SUBDIVISIONCOMPLETED tlfeiTYAlVtt

RAIN DECISIONS ALLSTARSPlayers
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Like Two Greater Miami OX 1-7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.

Harry Markowitz, president of
Game Affair Markel Industries, Inc., has re
Temple Dt Elks cently announced the completionof
By Leo B. Armbrist '&' ',' the, Marcia Jane SubdivisionIn FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

Activities Goulds.
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The stars came''.- the stars All members of Greater 'Miami This previously underdeveloped of the finest
area Is now one
.played magniflclently the Temple No. 769 we requested to (cuburban comfunltlea near the

weather was the, recorded wIn- meet Wednesday; Aug. 9, atvthe Miami, ajea* .,.. ?
ner of the 31st contest of the top home of Atlas Lodge'and ,- .itarcla%" Subdlvfslonhas
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stain from the National and Temple, 329 NW 16th Terr,: jfilI payed streets, sidewalks! ',

American leagues. I I members owing dues, taxes and flty water, and a'djoJns'schooh..
The rains at fines to the amount of $6.00 will churches and of course, the Cut
Park ler Ridge Shopping Center.
Fenway kindly pay up Immediately or be
In Boston which dropped from the roll as statedby These low-selling priced homesare
unlike CandlestickPark the wind I law. available In 2, 3 and 4 bed
at
room models and down payments
In San Dt. Wllhelmina Johnson, re start at $200.
Francisco, was cording secretary, has returned
i'most impartial from Jacksonville' where she was The financing is being offered
and favored called to the bedside of her thru FHA low interest rate
neither array ofsta1'l3 mother who was"seriously; 111. We mortgages and the payments are AUiE MURPHY I .tMnMMCOLM I JOHN SAXON
instead It
are glad to hear that her mother actually lower than the cost of COSTA RRNO,
I took over in the has Improved.Dt. renting a one bedroom apart ZOHRA UMPERT WARD RAMSEY VIC MORROW ROBERT KEITH( with ROYAL DANO
late innings of I ment. FHA financing wa furnished MMH HMMM A UNIVCnCALplNTCRNATIONAL.PICTURE:__ ___.
the game after i Ann Bryant, an ardent with 40 year mortgage
both sides had grappled, and worker of the temple will leave with very low monthly payments.: -ALSO-
labored arduously to 'be the win for her vacation on Sunday. Dt. I :
ner of this most favorite of all deputy Marie White will entertain Some of these homes are
ball games. several ladles and gents on equipped with one bath, some
The rooters, 34,000 of us, who Saturday night In honor of Dt. with 112 baths, and some have

would like to have,, 'tfeixy helr., DrYltt Jt,.14.. garages. They are all beautifully ..
landscaped with sodj: theY' "all
favorite league notch this one to I
Dt. Sarah Smalley is extremely -
have driveways which makes it I
their credit were disappointed; the daughter Elks ,
grateful to f
a nice subdivision. In ad
but consoled themselves with who supported the Evening in very f i iI iI iI iI iI
dition, these homes
two
the thought that are
they were
eye ,
Monte Carlo which was quite a
blocks: from U.S. Highway 1. I
witnesses to another first in this 4
success. She, along with Dt. Ger- I
great game of baseball they trude Saunders, spent a day Ford Realty, Inc., with oftlc sat I
had Just seen the first tied Ali cleaning up the Elks home on 5524 NW 7th ave., Miami are I I 3. ': : .
Star game entered Into the record NW 62nd St. Brothers Tommy 4
exclusive sa'es agents for
books with the score 11. Rivers, James Isom and D. L. newly developed area. thiS// { h 4} vM0S
As always Is the great excite Frazier assisted in helping to information may be had directlyat
ment of the crowd the personal make the surroundings presentable this office x 5' i: Y '
contact as much as the fans evidence : .
of their unanimous voteto Mr. Markowitz said, "We are :
continue the recently adopted Dt. Ellen Taylor returned from contemplating on building a new I > l
scheduled to play two games racksonvllle where she attendedthe subdivision on Cutler Road join. :
each year.GRANDSTAND. : Eastern Star oratorical con Ing the Black Creek Road Join- I 4i i i '
test of which she is a memberof lots will have very high elevationand I >:
COMMENTS the committee. many of the lots will be I r
waterfront lots. We are : n<
now
About Ted Williams throwingout Several daughters are plan making
ning to attend the Elks' Na arrangements to put In I
the first ball: "Times have the roads I
tional Convention in New York streets, sewerage (uo 3a Q
changed, hitter turned pitcher I I i
septic tanks).
on August 19. This will be a very '
About Mickey Mantle loafingon nice subdivision. We believe
Bill White's double: "Maya Mrs. Alice Dean Is improving. there Is nothing like It In Dade
would have thrown him out." Daughters are urged to drop by County, Droward County or the
her home and see her. South Florida area. There will
About Mays taking first on abase be approximately 250 home elt.*>s.
on balls: "He hustles to All daughters are urged to en- The land planning has been developed -
first as if he is beating out a Ian e the membership in their and assisted by the FHA,
hit" temp'e by adding some young Mueller and Faith, and our
women to the roll. selves." !
About Stu Miller's pitching: I ROM UM3 a
Dt. Lula Mae Yancie continuesto also'wr1id10) RAFAfl.CERVIRIVEaEslA. w icist
"He throws nothing for them to
hit better than any one else." work for the uplift of her fLEMING'JEFFRIES MORENO
temple. Dt. Lucille Martin will I Dade Real Estate
About Covallto's first Inning enjoy a visit from the daughters.She .
About Colavito's first inning Is one of the great pillars of Board MeetsThe

win this one early." her temple.
Dade SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY
A thought: Someone has said County Real Estate
About Don Schwall, currentlythe : Board and its
auxiliary, met at
"Rid, mind
your of selfish mo -
idol of the Boston Red Sox: tives. Let the residence of Mrs. Dana D. I P" __ __
"That's our boy." i I clean and high.your" thoughts be Chapman for July 18, the subject I I d#-. ..o :............: ....;.
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was con IT'S A COMEDY. .
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as it effect our dally lives f .
this was a lively, interesting and I c A A MYSTERY.. \
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was followed by the usual '
cocktail hour. and

yourself a life-long profession The Dade County Real Estate DelightfullyDifferent/ .,

ENROLL NOW Board met Sunday, July 30 at I / i'
the residence of J, A. Summons.
Special Low Down PaymentCALL A panel discussion was led by .
Preston, Tlllman of West Palm WALTDSWEYSyffMWcjil'd|
FR 4-9998 Beach on salesmanship. Persons *Jjt/1 ;
Interested In real estate, build: One d f j
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sale at the Knight, Beat,and,the Six John.Hotel desk
blues singer, who has been held over by pop- ..,... -I
ular demand at Clyde Killens Knight Beat Club for three .

nights, Friday,_Saturday and Sunday, August 4, 5 and 6.Possessed 44. New Show Coming cas and Afro-Cuban,
._ _.. .. The beautiful costuming Is be.
is I ing done by Andre, who costumed
with a style of her own, Big Maybelle To Hampton House
Miss Universe in the recent
especially famous for "knocking her audiences cold" andlea.vina beauty pageant at Miami Beach.

them breathless at the close -of her many popular DinahWashington will The present fabulous: "La Hampton Petite Affair"a House feature Audience the new participation dance will Pon

renditions.The brand new show beginning next Ghongo, also the limbo and the
Friday Aug. 11. hully gully
entire southeast Florida is invited to come out The show la.t being producedand
and see and hear Big Maybelle entertain as only Big May- choreographed by Shon a
brilliant young Haitian dancer
belle can entertain. Popular prices will prevail. With her entire show who has just completed an engagement ALL FORMS OFINSURANCE
at the Cat and Fiddle
Admission Friday and Sunday $1.25; Saturday $1.50 and band In Nassau
--.., For everyone. We specialize in
Also featured In the cast will
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Financing
August Wilson, comedian and M.C. and payment.
768NW
Altman Insurance Agency
Princess Vanilla, exotic dancer.
Advance tickets for the Dinah Washington show now on Advance Tickets $2.50At 3rd St., FR 12421.
The show will highlight modern *
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t 10250 3.W. 176th St.
Her Daniel Prldgen, pastor
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"'. Perrine, Fla. Ruth R. Lucas, reporter
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will Firth Sunday; 3:30: program by
On Sunday; morning we
have as our guest speaker, Bro. the young people. The AME Zion
Don Smith of White Temple church In Greenville, Ala. and
Methodist Church. He will be accompanied one from the AME Zion churchIn
by other missionary Nassau are visitors here for

I. I'InctoC&treTHE friends from the church. Mr. the summer.
Smith has successfully conducted All agreed that the program
rendered was the best of the
Evangelistic Campaigns In year. Each participant showed
the North and Southwest of our ta'ent, training and delivery

country I with dignity to be proud. They
He has taken a course 'of study were asked by the pastor to repeat -
TRANSFIGURATIONThe at Genessee Wesleyan Seminaryat I the same on Junior Church
Day the 2nd Sunday In August.
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA officers and members of Lima, New York. Many thanks to the program

the Church of the Transfiguration Come out and hear him. He is chairman, Mrs. Lillian Payne, a
PAGE 10 SATURDAY AUGUST 5, 1961 I extend to the public a cordial a personal and trusted friend of. teacher In the school: system of

Invitation to a weekend of the pastor of our church Greenville, Ala.'NbW1 .
festivities celebrating their fifth
annual Patronal Festival.A .
2,000 Attend AMEjjInstitute Saturday night dinner party,
8:00: til, at the Rogers' home,
2571 NW 152nd Terr., will set
JACKSONVILLE 2,000 AME members who had given 25 yearsor the pace for the activities whichare
ministers, missionary women and more of Christian service to to follow.
young peope: attended the 32nd the church. The nine o'clock Sunday ser
annual Florida State Trl-Inetl- Each deacon of the church had vice of Holy Communion will
tute at Edward Waters College selected from his ward members serve as the focal point both for
which closed a two week session who had given this service. This the dinner party and for the
Friday afternoon with a com was spearheaded by the organiz festival tea which will be givenat 3 LOCATIONSTO
mitment service. Rev. F. E. er of wards, Deacon J. D. Allen. five o'clock Sunday afternoonon
Snead, Mt. Hermon AME, Fort This service will be long remembered the spacious lawn of Mr. and
Lauderdale brought the closing Special music was render. Mrs. Yorick Oliver, 16455 NW
ed by choir No. 2.
sermon. 22nd ave., Opa Locka.
There about 145 membersto
were We look forward to greetingyou
Earlier In the service Presid receive certificates of recognition -
at festival. SERVE
our YOUOpa
ing Bishop Sherman L. Greene, .
presented three young people We are grateful to God for the NEW BETHEL BAPTIST
who had partlclated In sit-In cooperative spirit exhibited by
demonstrations. The vast audience the various wards, who were so 1571 N.W. 68th Terrace

rose to thunderous applauseas beautifully assembled. Our Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor '
the bishop commended their thanks to the committee for Deacon Fred Williams, reporter ,
heroism. The bishop also lauded their untiring service and to participants Sunday School 9:30:
more than a score of ministerswho on the program. Dea- Morning worship . 11:00
are Involved In Integration can J. D. Stokes and Deacon E. Evening worship . . .7:30
efforts, some of whom are In 3. Luckie. The awarders of certificates The number one choir will I
R court "battles In their respective of recognition. Sis. A. R. take the stand on Sunday.
communities and In the state James and Sis L. E. Thomas. The friendly hand of welcomeis
capitol. ,*1AJ I The public is Invited to wor always open to you at New
ship with us each fifth Sunday
The highlight event of the Tn night in the month. A special Bethel Baptist
Institute, largest In the church'ahistory program is prepared for your
was the youth commit spiritual and Christian fellowship ST. LUKE BAPTIST
service Tuesday, when 19
ment .
for Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor
teens responded to the call
I Mrs. Burnesta Green, reporter
Over 600 youth
Christian service. Lee BETHEL BAPTIST Sunday School . . 9:30:
altar of
around the
knelt Morning Worship . 11:00
Chapel rededicating their live Richmond Heights DTU . . . 5:30: 4
to service in the church. Rev. L. R. Ross, Pastor Evening Worship . 7:00:
debutantes and mamas Loretta Blakely, Asst. reporter The annual revival be
Forty-two given certificates of )iunday School................?..... Bsovlornlng ; gins at St. Luke Monday night
ters were colorful presentation service .................... 11:00: August 7 at 8 through Fri,
merit In a iTU ....................... p.m.
night In the ................... 5:30: day night, Aug. 18. Two weeksof
Centennial ceremony Tuesday Gym. These annual Evening: service ........................ 7:00: preaching and teaching for Locka

awards are given to AME young The Home Mission Society is I the saved and unsaved.The pub- 2530 Service Road MU 8-3311
people who are outstanding in sponsoring a Cinderella Wed lic is Invited to hear the Rev.
church and, civic affairs In their ding on August 12. This prom. Calhoun of Tampa Pray for the
local communities.A I ises to be an exciting drama. sick and shutlns. See you in
Liberty
Won't you be present to ,see who church. City

of'IbanQuet ministers on Thursday who had In servedfor honor the You King may and help Queen your will favorite beT ST. PAUL A. M. E. 6942 N.W. 15th Ave. OX 1-7661

50 or more years was also child to win by purchasing from
held In the Centennial Gym. Roy M. J. Fayson, pastor

him.Come and Join us for an even- Mrs. Lee Cray, reporter Homestead

ST. MARY'S C. W. M. Ing of fun and relaxation at an'' Sunday School . : 9:30
old fashion barbecue on August Morning Worship . 11:00 447 S.W. 7th Ave. CI 7-9771
Rev :S. A. Culmer, pastor 4 at Virginia Key Beach A Evening!: Worship . 7:00
),fr&. S. Dawkins, reporter good time is planned for all. I Sunday School....................... 9:30:
... .
Sunday School . . 9:46: The big fifth Sunday pro Morning Worship ................ 11:00 .-----...
Morning worship . ',' 11:00 ,ram; at Bethel will be sure to Evening Worship .................... 7:30:
(Sunday School was opened by meet with your approval. We B. T. U. .................................... 6:30: Complete understanding and sincere service to
Miss Helen Trotman. After devotion are looking forward for your Sunday being the Missionary
classes took their places. presence in making this program Day the ladles were in charge. families of all financial
a .success Our pastor delivered the morn- moans are cardinal rules at

Morning worship was led by Our pastor is ill in Veterans' ing message from the subject, the House
the Rev. II. V. Stuart. The Rev. Hospital. The Hospitality Com "Here am I, Send Me." The of Albert.
H. Demerltte, district superin- mittee Is asking for the prayers American Legion Poet 165 wor
tendent of the Sunday School de >f the church and friends for shipped with us in the morning The BEST needn't cost more. The question of
livered the sermon. No. 2 choir Ills .speedy recovery; service.
furnished music with Miss Jennie Usher No. 2 celebrated its 27th quality needn't be price. We give the
same unstinting
Parks at the organ and Mr. MT. CALVARY BAPTIST anniversary The various usher

A. Carey directing. No. 1 ushers boards of the city supportedthem service and personal attention to bereaved
served. Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor most graciously. Rev. Cro every

Phyllis Myers, reporter well brought us the evening mss family regardless of the
Evening devotion was led by Sunday School . . 9:30 sage. It was enjoyed by all. Remember amount spent.
the pastor Rev. G. W. Morning Service . . 11:00: the sick and shut-in.
Newbold of Dania delivered the BTU . . . . 5.30:
message. No. 1 choir furnished Evening Service . . 7:00 TEMPLE BAPTIST
music with Mrs G. McFord at Funerals
During the past week the Min Complete
served.the organ, and No. 2 ushers isters and Deacons Union was Rev. L. A. Thompson pastor
held at our church. The men of Temple are putting

h ,,i. The 38th convention of the Sunday forth every effort for Men's
morning the messagewas Day, Sunday, Aug. 13. The slogan
Sunday School closed out Sunday from
l I supposed to be given by the is, "Pull for the shore." $150
i night. Everyone of our young president of the union, Rev. W. Chairman Rev. II. Ferguson and
ladies accepted Christ their
; as F. Tanner. He asked another
chairman Chas. Ambrose expect
them.personal Savior. Let ua pray for preacher to render the messageto every man to pull as never ....- ,.---- ...
r us. Rov. II. II. Robinson fromJacksonvtae. before. The women, bless their
The oratorical His sermon was souls, pulling and pushing
contest was are Your Social
\ y held on Friday night. Winners "The Foundation" of the Believers t.o help. Security can bury you. Call us for

were Harold Stuart Jr., from Faith He preached a wonderful Saturday (today) the men will further information
St. Mary's, first prize; Miss !message. sponsor a dinner sale on the
Phyllis Allen, Key West, second; Sunday afternoon at B:30 we church grounds, beginning at
Letitia Hanna, St. Mary's third. had our BTU with Bro Mann In 1:30: p.m. Donation 100.
I charge. After all business was Final arrangements for the ,
Our delegates went on a tour over we had a short program program will be made at 8 p.m.
of Virginia Beach Saturday even given Mrs. Stephens. and the men will rehearse.
I' ing. Sunday night Rev. Pickett de The choirs will sing polntly
MT SINAI BAPTIST livered a great message also. Sunday and services will be as ..
1 ,
His
,t topic was "Testify For usual.
Rev. S. A. Thomas, pastor Jesus" taken from Acts 20:28. I Officers and members of No. 2 rYr
I,' Mr. J. S. Walker, reporter His sermon was very enjoyable.Sis. I choir wish to thank their many m
:: Sunday School . . 9:30: Emma Jackson 1 1& in Jack. friends for cooperation at the r-- $r L Lm Lr
t Morning worship . 11:00: son Hospital. We are praying for tea given at the home of the -;. .
\ BTU . . . . 5:00 her to have a speedy recovery. president, Mrs. M. Hall Sunday Nif
I Evening worship . . 7:00 Also Sunday afternoon Rev. E. afternoon. Special thanks to the:
C J P. Brown was preaching and he president and members of St.
V RECOGNITION SERVICE suddenly took ill and died a few Matthew's No. 2 choir. Mrs. L.

"We have fellowship: with one moments later. The passing of Williams was M. C.
another." This was realized Sun Rev. Brown grieved the congregation The Rev I. Hepburn, associate LESTER C ALBERT Funwol Dir.dor

day, July 30 at 7:30 p.m. when very much because It was minister at Temple, will preach 6942 NW JSth Avnu OX 17661It
station WMBM Aug. 6 and
the pastor and officers staff gave so sudden. We all join In sys- over
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I FREEDOM'S ROADBy ROOKIE GETS SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1961 PAGE 11



RUTH PERRY BIG BONUS Gaither Has 11 Rattlers

,',", OO GAs OOOOOOO QOOOOOOO
Orambllng, La. The Detroit
a librarian, my feelings "STUDY-IN" Tigers signed righthander In Professional FootballTallahassee
about the proper use of books
and library facilities as a meansof Recently In Jackson, Miss., a Clyde Parquet of Grambllng Col-
public education and recreation "study-In" was held by a groupof lege Monday to a "substantial
shared with Negroes wishing to obtain ser- flvelflgure bonus contract.No Coach Jake
the
thou-
are
vice in the public library. Maintaining Gaither of the ,Florida A and M Summer Recreation
sands of other librarians in the
calmness and poise, nevertheless figures were given but a University Rattlers probably has
United States, .I am certain.
the group was sUbjected Detroit spokesman said it was more active players on the rose
LIBRARY SERVICE to indignities and harrassment considerable.A ters of professional football Program at DunbarA
by police officials and segrega teams than any other coach to-
Librarians are very much like tionist groups, and a crowd of classically-proportioned. 170- day. large well behaved audience
teachers, in that both groupsave people gathered outside the library 'pound athlete, Parquet postedthe enjoyed the Talent Show held re-
; the same desire to help was finally dispersed by nation's lowest collegiate hither, considered the winningest cently. Ulysses Brown was M. 0.
eople obtain information, facts the use of police dogs. All be earned run average during the conch in football, has for the occasion. Special guest -
and knowledge from the great cause a group of Negroes wishedto 1961 season 0.66 -accordingto sent four players from his '60 was George Little, former Dun-
storehouse of the world's books. use the public library! But NAIA statistics. squad into the pro ranks this bar pupil and now a third year
With regard to public libraries, then, this is no more ridiculousor summer, making a total of 11 science major at Howard Univer
librarians feel that all taxpayers shameful than, many countless He fanned 98 batters in 55 former Rattlers under pro pacts sity. His offerings consisted of a
should participate in the facilities other happenngS in the South In innings, hurled three no hitters dramatic reading and a song
offered. My personal feelingis the fight for freedom. and averaged 16 strikeouts a Halfback Clarence Childs, two I were well received. Letlcha Han-
that a public library Is just game In pitching Orambling to time Negro All-Amerlca who received na's reading was well delivered.
as much something that belongsto When asked for a public state- the Southwestern Conferencetitle. honorable mention on the Among vocalists were Paula
all the people as transportation ment regarding the Jackon library AP Little All-America, la with Brooks, Virgie Buckles Joyce
education, housing of rec- incident< Qov. Barnett of This sizzling the Calagary Stampeders of the Jefferson, Hattie Pearson and
performance earn-
reational facilities. Usually sup Mississippi is reported to have ed him the distinction of being Canadian League, Fullback Lewis Cynthia Crumlty, all of whom
ported by tax money, all tax said, "I don't know anything the best pitcher In the SWAC. Johnson is with the Houston sang modern ballads. Shereda
payers and the general public about the facts. I have so many Oilers, Tackle Jake Bradley Is Pinder did the Lor 'a Prayer.
should share in public library Important things to attend to." President-Coach R. W. E. Jones with the St. Louis Cardinals, and Grace Canady and Pat Thomas
facilities whereever such libraries We would like to ask the gover also considered his bat authori- Center Harold Scott is with the were really funny with their
exist. nor what more important thing tative enough to keep him in the Montreal Alouettes of the Cada- "Pig Meat Markham" routine.
there could be than trying to remove regular lineup as an outfielder dlan League. Tho Lewis Sisters, Deborah And
Mary Duncan Carter, a pro-: his state of Mississippifrom between pitching stlnti. Carol and Patricia Wright gavea
fessor of Library Science at the the stigma and shame of Halfback Al Frazier, running dance interpretation of the
University of Michigan, expresses slavery days. But I guess the He batted .290 and hit three mate of the famed Willie Gall- theme music from "Exodus." Patricia
these feelings very well Governor is strongly entrenched homers. more, has reported to the Den- Brooks was revealing In her
when she says in a recent book behind the magnolia curtain in ver Broncos. He was with the perforfance of the Watusl. In the
his state and it Is hard to Parquet is the second Gramb Chicago Bears last final
"Libraries attempt to provide get season. Center number, a Pony Line, new
people with information and the light of modern times ling star signed to a sizeable Willie Taylor Is seeking his third faces were Mexima Crumlty,
knowledge which it is hoped will through this very effective bar bonus contract this summer. chance with the Hamilton Catsof Jerellne Williams, and Betty
lead to wisdom and understand rier. However, the wind of freedom the Canadian League. Taylorwas Beckles.
ing. Underlying this aim of the is already through the cur Earlier, outfielder Tommie previously with the Green
library is the faith accepted by tame In some areas and the com Agee received between $60,000 Bay Packers and the Los Angeles A large group enjoyed a swimming
our society that the reading of plate toppling of this obstacle is 'and $90,000 from the Cleveland Chargers. party at Virginia Beach. An
books Is a good thing, that It I now merely a matter of time. Indians. Coach Gaither has five players all day picnic was given for 63
leads to desirable ends and that I who have already been established registrants at Virginia Beach.
books have the power. to alter Parquet will report to the De- I in pro football: Oallmore
people for the better. This edu- troit Tigers next spring. and Tackle Willie Lee of the
cational aim has been advancedby Beare. Tackle Riley Morris of SCHOOL
leaders of the public library the Oakland Raiders, End Wil TEACHERS! Lena
movement in the United States EXPERT WATCH AND I liam Barber of the Stampeders, Home invites you to Join In an
since its inception." and Tackle Willie McClung of exciting caner( with big profits!
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Miss Carter goes on to say
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"Another purpose of the library ,
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Booker\ T. Alexander of De- OPIN DAILY A SUNDAY 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.
Dut this is not to be taken troit will keynote the 00th convention
with surprise or amazement, of tho fraternal order at JOHN A. MoMINN, Owner
when we consider all the other Cincinnati August 20 through i STRAIGHTEN
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to be "public" that are far from Prince Hall Shriners, will challenge | YOUR HAIR
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, PAGE 12 SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1961 DEATHS Services for Mrs. Mlttle Lee of Funeral cervices for Mrs. Cassia -
5721 NW 23rd Ave. were con Manuel who lived at 212 NW
! ducted July 27 at New Hope Baptist 15th' 'St., will be held Saturday

Church, Rev. J. E. Brown, 11 a.m. from Mt. Zion Baptist
CARDS MEMORIALSI pastor. Her survivors, are husband Church. She leaves to mourn, a
Range sonsister and. two broth ion ,Johnnie Williams, two nieces;
Mrs. Ruth Hunter of Miami, Mrs.
..- Mrs. Polly Lutely McCrae of ers. Mary Smith of Tampa, a brother,
3284 NW 48th Terr.,, died at died Winfred Lundy of NYC, a daughter
IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSThe Mrs. Rosa Broom eld July
Christian Hospital on July 27.
" 21 at the home of a daughter, -in-law, Mrs. Viola Williams,
family of the late, She had been a resident of Ml Willie
memory of our dear mother, Mrs Eloulse Bell, 16531' NW a grandson, Braham.
MR.. ELIJAH KOON ami since 1925. Survivors Include -
and grandmother, wishes to express, appreciation to her husband, Eddie, three 18th ave. She is survived two brothers by four, Services for Benjamin Doreett

_-'. .. .... ,,, ,,, _' ..,."" 'h"-" the many friends and neighborswho brothers, Richard, Clevelandand other two sisters daughters 17, grandchildren. who lived at 1709 NW 6th ave.,
were kind and thoughtful George Lutely. Services were
so Services were held in Pompano. will be held: Monday, Aug. 7 at
during his recent illnesa and conducted on Aug. 2 in Salter's 3 p.m. from the chapel. He

death.Mrs. Chapel AME Church. Otla James Ross was the victim leaves to mourn, a wife, Florida,
Williams and
Ruth
accident.1 in two, sisters, Mrs. Lue Do well,
7174 of an auto jClewIstori
The Family. Mrs.. Mamie Walter of '
'July. 22. Ha was sent to Mrs. Rachel Clark, two brothers: ,
NW 15th ct., died .In:'Jackson. "" for services. Charlie and Oscar
29
Wlldwood July "
IN MEMORIAM Hospital July 28. Services are

being conducted Saturday at 4 Services for Wal'ace Parham

In memory of p.m. at New Hope Bapttet 'Willie: Albert Lewis, studentat will be held Aug. 3 from St. Paul
IIERDIE EVERETT DENNIS Church. Survivors Include her Carver High School and who AME Church. The body is in re
who departed this life July 31, husband, Lester, a daughter, lived at 6108 SW 63rd pt., wasa pose at the chapel and will re
1959. Mrs. Juanita Thurston, an aunt,. drowning victim July 21 His main there. It will be on viewin
May he rest in peace. Mrs. Estelle Tlllman and a goddaughter survivors include his! parents, the church. He leaves to

Mrs. MertLs McQants. grandmother, Mrs. Estella Bailey mourn a wife, three brothers,

IN MEMORIAMIn with whom he lived 1 brother two sisters, a daughter, a gran a
and a sister. Services were conducted eon.
w. t' ,, Mrs. Estella Mitchell Rhodesof
sad but loving memory of 1276 NW 69th st., died July July 29 at 2:30: p.m.: at

our dt ar wife and mother, 29. She had lived in Miami for Mt. Nebo Baptist Church.

more than 25 years. She is tur: Francis .
vlved by a daughter, Mrs. Eliza Infant Harris, daughter of Mr.

r'p !- :, I beth Thomas, a son, Edward and Mrs. Brezella Harris of 18362 David Poole of 236 NW 7th

Jones, four 'brothers, John 3W 105th Terr., Perrine, was St., died July 26. Service were

Thomas, Rufus, Noah, and Bub- !laid to rest July 27. held' in the chapel on Monday

'.4 ba Mitchell: a sister, Mr/a./ Mary r July 31. Survivors include his
_____ I Melvin White of 1486 NW 6th
"U Mitchell, five grand children. son, Walter Poole: three broth
MRS CLARA E. ROBINSON s Services will be conducted on court: died in Jackson Memorial ers, three sister.
July: 26. He is survived by his
mho departed this life August 6, Saturday, Aug. 5 at 12 noon at
1956. the Church of Christ, 'NW 67th! widow, Mrs. Albertha White; a Junlous Austin 'of' 1576 NW

Gone but not forgotten. May st. and 12th Parkway. She is son; two brothers and three sis 1st place died on July 27. Ser
she rest in peace. 11 on view in the chapel. At 6 p.m. ters. Services were conducted vices were held at Zion Hope
Willa Mae Smith, daughter Y she will be taken to her home August 2 at 4 p.m. in the chapel. Missionary Baptist Church Aug.

Foster S. Robnlson, ton where she will repose until fun- r 1 at 8 p.m. with Rev. W. M.

D. M. Peace Foster, daughter IL b. eral time. Hayward Clark, resident of Slater officiating Following the

Curtis Ford, grandson Miami for over 40 years and employed service the body was shipped to
M Vernon Ford, grandson Willie James Owen, 12 year by the Seaboard Railroad Uniontown, Ala. on Aug 2 for
old son of Mr. and Mrs. Will : final rites. Survivors include his
27. His
died
for July
,
many years
Owens of 360 NW 22nd st., diedas wife, six daughters, five sons.
CARD OF THANKSThe I the result of a highway acct survivors include a daughter,
Mrs. Ethel Montgomery; a sister
family of the late, dent. Young Owens, was a student two nieces. He lived at 1202 Mrs. Retha Mae Cooper of 1918
of the Phyllis Wheatley NW 5th place died July 29. Services
I NW 62nd lane and was a member
School. Besides his parents he Iu of long standing of Greater were held at St. Luke Bap
I survived by three sisters and four tist Church Aug. 3. The body
Bethel AME Church where ser
I
brothers. Chapel services wore vices were conducted Aug. 2. Wild shipped to Fairfax, S.C. for
conducted on Thursday, Aug. 3 final rites on Thursday night.
at 12 noon. Survivors Include three brothers,
MRS. SARAH DAVIDSONwho John B. Johnson who residedat two sisters.
died August 3, 1958. '
2020 NW 3rd died July
ave.
Gone, but not Rev. Epson P. Brown of 2349 ,
forgotten NW 46th 28. He is survived by his mother Little Oscar Spain, three- year
st. died
Eugene Davidson unexpectedlyon
Sr., od:
and relatives of Bluff.EIeu- EOn of Mrs. Ruby Clarlc: of
Sunday, July 30 at Mt. Calvary
husband
1450 NW
thera Bahamas. 1st Ave. died
Arrangementsare on July
Eugene Davidson Jr. Baptist Church where he
son 21. Services
: held
incomplete. were at Mt.
Altamease Jones, daughter was the guest speaker. Carmel
Baptist
Church
II I I Lucy Teate, daughter Survivors Include his widow, 'Mrs, Anette Irvin of 627 NW 29 at 3' p.m. with Rev. Richard'on July

Mrs. Roberta Brown, a daughter, 9th et., died July 29. Survivingare son officiating.
ThanksThe Mrs. Earlie B. Keaton, a grand mother, Mrs. T. L. Mobley
daughter, Charlene Keaton, a of Naranja, two daughters, four Mrs. Hannah. Reece of 1352[
I family of the late, sister, Mrs. Llllle Mae -Reeves, sisters, two brothers. She was NW 1st place died at the home
1 MRS. ANNA ALBERT four brothers, Sammie, Louis, sent to Reidsville, Ga. Aug. 1. of her cousin, Mrs. Katie Dun.
are delirious Aaron and Earl Brown, a son-in- combe at 1880 NW 68th St. on
i the friends of saying and thanksto law, Rev. Rudy Keaton Frank Johnson of 1911 NW I Tuesday, Aug. 1. Arrangementsare

I, ..: bors for many the wonderful neigh. Gist St., died July 29. His survivors incomplete.
J l .w mannerIn lie will lie in repose in the are five sisters, a brother.
which
they rallied to their chapel, beginning at 1:30: p.m. Services will be conducted in <1' ." V71. I
side in their hour of
and ,
sorrow on Friday. He will be on view the chapel at 4 Saturday
grief. Words the are inadequate to Friday from 8 p.m. in Mt. Olive with burial in Hallandale.p.m He SUMMER VACATION
express deep appreciationand
Baptist Church of South Miami; will lie in repose in the chapel
MRS. EVELYN DENNIS heartfelt gratitude for cars, he will thereafter be returned to from 4 Friday. DELUXE SPECIALNASSAU
p.m.
J who passed away on July 19, cards, telegrams, floral pieces the chapel. Saturday morning he
wishes to express their sincere and other expressions of sympathy will be taken to First Baptist

thanks and appreciation to all extended them, the names Church of Brownsville where he Mrs. Gertrude Pinkney of 1934
the friends and neighbors who of which are too numerous to will lie in repose until 2 p.m. NW 6th Ave., died July 30. She

were so kind and considerate mention Individually here. However '9111 'jaqjoin; Jet{ Xq paAtAJn iii| 3 Day 2 Nite
during their hours of bereave- special thanks go to the Joe Bryant of 4801 NW 25th! Morlah Wells of Yewington, Ga.; Ocean Front Hotel
ment. Thanks for your cards, various morticians and the Fla. court died July 30. He had beena four brothers, two sisters, an Airport Transfers
letters, telegrams, flowers, visits State Morticians Association; to resident of the Miami and aunt, Mrs. Lucille Pinkney, a Personal
cars and all other gestures of the Revs. W. F. Tanner, W. C. Brown Sub areas for more than niece Mrs.. Meather Gardner. Services Meeting Service
sympathy. Special thanks to Rev.E. Edcar, J. E. Murray and all 30 years. He is survived by his were held in the chapel Hound Trip Via Clipper Planes
A. Thomas and the members other attending ministers; to widow, Mrs. Emma Bryant Services Thursday
of Mt. Sinai Baptist Church, the Mrs. Valdez Murray and certain are being conducted Satur All for $52.95
Pall Bearers and the Rango ly to Rev. N. A. Jenkins and the I day at 2 p.m. at Antioch Baptist Silas Ivy of 1209 NW 6th ave.,
Funeral Home and assistants. entire membership of Mt. Olive Church. Florida City died LKAVINO ANY DAY
July 29. Surviving
Again thanks to everyone for Baptist Church, Delray Beach. are his widow, eight (JUNE TO NOVEMBER)
everything.The May God bless all of you.
; daughters, five sons, a sister. NORTH'S
,
Albert I
E. Hutchinson TRAVEL
of
Family Lester C. Albert 1715 Services will be held Saturday at
And Family i NW 68th St.. died July 31. Air. BUREAU
I
12 noon at St. Paul Baptist
IN MEMORIAM I Hutchinson among Miami's will pioneers be remembered Church, Homestead. lIe will be Phone FR 9-8451
Pioneer MiamianDies having on view in the Homstead '
II' chapel
In sad but loving memory of Eleuthera come here from Hatchet Bay, from 6 p.m. Friday. >o .* 1104 N.W. 3rd Ave.
Bahamas during the Charles C. North Manager
, at 86 year of 1910. lie will also be re .o
y membered among the first mem- Farrell Elaine Carter, j 10

Mrs. Hannah Elizabeth Reese, bers of the Church of God of months old daughter of Mr. and
86, died at the home of her NW 2nd Ct. and 19th St. He is Mrs. Jesse Carter of 10302 SW

cousin. Mrs. Katie S. Duncombe, survived by his widow, Mary, 177th St., died July 31. Chapel SEE THE WORLD'S
1880 NW 68th et. on August 1 three sons Joseph, Samuel and services will be conducted Sat
Mrs Reese came to Miami from C'ifford, three daughters, MM- urday at 3 p.m. GREAT SPIRITUAL

Orange Lake in 1896 She was dames Melvese Collins, Lllla Mae LEADER

one of the founders of Greater I Clark and Mary Gilmore, five AND PHYCHIC
Bethel AME Church and was a i ,grandchildren. He will lie In re Stones READER
4 1 faithful worker through the pose in the chapel at 1 p.m. on
3 ears. Mrs. Duncombe, her legal Sunday. Monday at 8 a.m. he Funeral services for Eddie BISHOP HUNTER
guardian, AW to it that she had will be taken to the church Smith of 4827 NW 23rd Ave.,
medical attention. Mrs. Reese is where he will lie In repose. who died Aug. 2 are incomplete. If you are sick or worried don't

survived by another cousin, Ran .Air. Smith was a member of fall to see me today. Office hours
some Graham of Spar. John Sellers of 614 NW 20th II Peaceful Zion Missionary Baptist dally 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Thursday
Services will:) be held at Greater St.? died Aug. 2. He is survived Church of which the Rev. C. 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday 11 rn.ni.
Bethel sometime next week by a brother, Anthony Sellers of P. Preston is pastor. He was alsoa ta3p.m.
and the body will be shipped to Toledo, Ohio. Arrangements are member of New Liberty
Orange Lake for final rites. incomplete. Lodge, Thomas Dlllard, READINGS S
Worshipful Master.

Survivors are his wife, Mattie, $1.00
i7ETLLJISARAIX esnrRUPTURED three brothers, Oscar, Ernest and up
? William, a sister, Mrs. Eugenia a
Shaw of Lake City. 5417 8W"I7 St.'

I lff...fv. Noit-S.r Tcol Office! TrtatmtiH. Discard
W. ROLLE Tn.n Attar C.roctJ... Approval-S.to-IOW Services for James A. McKyer WESTHOLLYWOOD

who departed this life July 27, I COST. RECTAL DISEASES who died July 21 were held
1957 PILES July 25 from the chapel. He to

Gone, but not forgotten. DR LONG'S CLINIC ,,,/!.::?hi IT. survived by his wife, Caroline, FLA. PROP. IIUNTKHTHE
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NEGROES ON 7 SATURDAY AUGUST 5, 1961 PAGE 13


BEACHES NAACP


URGES


Following an attack upon Ne-
groes for using a public beachIn
Ft. Lauderdale, Mm. ,Eula
Johnson, president of the NAACP
branch has called: upon MayorEd
.
.. ,- Durry to use his authority"to
see that the rights of all citi
FOR RENT FOR SALE zens are protected In the \ 0 q vS
I free and uninterrupted use Of all
I
LOWEST RENT In town. 1 and 1949 BUICK. Tires like new. supported facilities.
2 bedroom Apts. Adults only. $? $100 cash. Call OX 10421.
week and up. 3200 NW 47th at.Indf. Mrs. Johnson's letter, dated
July 27, also asked "that mam-
YOU WILL have to look Inside .
bets of
the police force be informed

APARTMENT. one bedroom. ness to bf appreciate this bedroom the spacious CBS of their duties to pro*f'n* \: A r
and not hinder who
4190 NtV 32nd 'J Indf home. 1'wo persons
ava. Fla. rooms, luclously
peacefully are using these facilities
I
landscaped, fenced back yard,
1380 NW' 63rd and that their duty is to ar \'
APARTMENT TWO bed oons. St. PL
81549.Indf rest those
] persons who, becauseof
4190 32nd I
NW Indf
ave.
prejudices, seek to prevent
2941 NW 70th Terr. CBS fur I I Ioished citizens from using these facili
FURNISHED Efficiency.. P r e epan. ties."
water and electricity. 4190 2 bedroom. Hardwood I I Dc I
NW 32nd ave. IndfnEAUTTFTTL floors. Fenced yard. $800 down I iNegroee attempting to use the
174 a month pays all. $10,800 beach on July 23 were set upon 1'-11W
2-tedroom apt. In total. FHA. No qualifying. OX by angry whites and driven from [
If druggist cannot supply PODERO;
your you tHAVING
61302.
bpa Locka area. Low rent. NE A26 the area. The police did nothing 4 (
4-0500, OX 1-5453. Indf to prevent the attack or to arrest [N'SEND tl 1 for thus MAGIC MN TEAM N MATES j? t'0 Hot :i I57.Ka Savannah, O*,
PRACTICALLY NEW 3-bedroom hoodlums who started it.
UNFURNISHED! APT. Nice, quiet 2 baths CBS. Nice loca- j I
place 6306 NW 15th ave. FR tlon. FHA mortgage. 1131 NW
1.9797" 47th St. NE 32224. Sell by own 'J
or NE 4.1886 IndtI4IdEt'Y' j For Sale
ere ,
I FURNISHED weekly ',:< 1 ,,', 4 J, I NEW CUSTOM/ BUILT HOMESSold

rooms. $8.60 single. $10.30 NEW HOMEIf
double. Mae's Guest House 2170 Help Wanted 35 already-Demand .o great
Washington Ave., Opa Locka. you are looking for some
We have built
'COMMUNITY UNITY (In Ar- thing different in a 3-bed- more
LOVELY bedroom house Fla.
room, jalousted porch. Also 1- er ade, )79th Northslde and 27th Shopping Ce A6 r- room, 2 bath, Florida room, See 3062 N.W. 60th Street
ave.
bedroom house $15 a week. garage, come to

Lights water, furnished. Call HELP WANTED Open Sunday 12 noon to 5 p.m.
2220 NW 61st St. TU 9-6985 or I 3011 N.W. 52nd St.
Beauty operator. Good location,
MU 15740. Indf rood business! call OX 1.2073 or $1,500 CASH $100 PER MONTH
I OX 10825. I. GORDONMO
FURNISHED APT. Downtown. .
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$15 per week. NE 4.0500.-lndf KINDERGARTEN 5-6870
NOW OPENFor
I working mothers, Greater Indf Milton Rothman
2441
2DEDROOM. NW 66th St. St. Mark's Kindergarten is now
on corner. $20 per week. MMMMHMBMIBHnBBnBBnBBHBBiFor
open throughout the summer. 7287 S.W. 57th Avenue
Special rates clean wholesome
2DEDROOM. 2539 NW 55th St. 1
Sale
Near AG grocery. $20 per week. meals atmosphere, pick for up your service.child. 1455 Hot Phones MO 7.2561 or MO 6-8407

I! NW 63rd St. Call OX 1-7556 or
FURNISHED Efficiency. Free ; OX 61637. A26 $350 Down
: I
lights and water. Private entrAnce -

PL 8.4273.EFFICIENCY In residential. sec SALES HELP WANTED $80 a Month :. \ .. ._ ,. '.--"- -" .

tion. Refrigerator. .
1521 NW

14359.64th St. Call after 4 p.m. OX Supplement your income, 2 bedroom with Fla. room, I WHY NOT BUY A HOME?

full or pare time. Work large living room, on large
FURNISHED ROOM. Quiet If you have $600 cash, you can buy one of
home. All facilities. NE 4-5025. evening, no experience lot with stove and refrig

I these homes. Price includes down .payments -
EFFICIENCY or Room for a necessary Apply dally 11 erator. House in excellent
nice couple. Call NE 5-1193, i an dclosing costs.
ROOM a.m. to 12 noon. U. S. condition. Ready to move
a nice woman or man
In private home. Call NE 4-8495 Marketing Dist 8625 BIscayne in. Open Sunday 1 to 5. ):J.
'or come by 5710 NW 19th Ave.
I Blvd. 1805 NW 52nd StreetIf l 1075 N.W. 49th Street $63.30 Month
'BEDROOM APT. at 1925 NW
'3rd Ct. Apply at 1927 NW 3rd I I t i: 2921 N.W. 70th Terrace I $64.90 Month
Ct. POP'S BACK I
I To serve you. Tropical Inn, 921 you are looking for j t 2997 N.W. 64th Street $59.02 Month

'TWO!'55th St.2-bedroom NE 3-8908.apts. 1980 vNW: f NW 62nd St. rentals, call usBE j 1111 N.W. 55th Terrace /I $77.87 Month

j-TV NOT WORKING? Free estimate .
$75.42 Month
1839 N.W. 49th Street
ROOM
HOUSE.Bath and 1 It
you live In Liberty City
bedroom duplex.: $15 'a week. I I or Brownsville, we will repair SAFE NOT SORRY f
Lights, water furnished 2260, ton credit.* Pav weekly. Rowlnc *
NW 64th St. 'MU 1-5740 Sat. 9. TV. 6952 NW 18th Ave OX Auto liability insurance
We have Over 300 Others
until 5. 19426. 1 0
'f indf financed on small monthly

BED 3 room unit with f paymentsGoodman's O We are Open Saturday and Sunday ,

bath, free water, free lights.
NE$15 a week 1847 NW 55th Ter.,J HANDY MAN SPECIAL I We Will Take in Your Lot, Acreage or Old

59676. Home as a Trade For Down Payment.

LOVELY $4,750 Total Real
SMALL house $20 a I
week. Will apply rent Ito purchase I $95 cash $45 month. I Inc.
price. Own your home, no a FORD REALTY
down payment. NE 55566. 2-bedroom frame home, Estate & Insurance ,

mostly furnished. Needs ,
BEDROOM APT. In-duplex.
$18 a week. OX 18371. 'work.qualifying One mortgage, no 2688 N.W. 62nd St. j 5524 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 7-2559

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HOUSE unfurnished, 3 bedroom, ... "4Utt'tI"_ _: r' '__ ,
3140 NW 60th St. $60 monthly. OX 1-0380 I I,
Phone owner FR 10221. $150 Cash

$65 a month, 2 bedroom I HOW TO KEEP YOUR MARRIAGE ALIVENew
ROOM, one girl, 727 NW 56th
for who want untlntf ''er
with enclosed porch dlwovcry men more pM
St. Call PL 76672. on
large lot. Close in. This See t h eworld's Formula 8 Massage
MODERN furnished room. Cooking won't last.
See I
today.
great, in that help Ret
facilities. 1986 NW 57th St. a cream yim
NE 3.6203 or FR 94922. healer and f., jd much mon pleasure, out of
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PARTIALLY -Furnished CBS $1,500 Cash teacher. n.v
house. 1961 NW 55th St. NE 1391 NW 52nd St. Home to m Non.llnblt FormingApplied
3-6203 If Are sick Internally.:
or FR 94922. yon
with income.
2 bedroom 'I hi.* creams linn. U.H.I' approval

Buy More For Less CBS with porch and a 1 And worried !.1p- No Moro Embarrassment:

AT bedroom apt. for rental. don't fall to see You can defend on Formula 8

James Cut-Rate pointment.See anytime. Call for ap I me. Daily 0:001 I A' r to do the job

Store a.m. to 0 p.m.. St. )fatt. 5 And 0. Call today, u*e It right away

fumed ate the peace maker for NE 4.0956 4508 N.W. 31st Ave. Miami, Fla.
TRIO REALTY
1200 NW 3rd Ave. they shAll be called the children

Under New Management 801 N.W. 54th St. of God. The best salesman you can hire is a small classified ad.
Purchase item for '1.00 or more 1959 N.W. 59th St.

>mod filter the Surprise Contest NE 5-8745 PL 9-8372 It can sell anything used car, boat, lot, old fishing
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Pallbearers 34th Convention New Deluxe Home
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, AUGUST S, 1961

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IN- AROUND THE BAHAMAS Florida Room

thirty-fourth annual seaalon At four o'clock In the afternoon 80 x 100 corner lot

-, ---- ,-... I .-..-..--a-<_ n h-.. h n.,......H......'L" h-_1 L--l", of the Grand United Orderof the long parade attired with In DOWN $1)698
Pall Bearers of America Inc. officers and members
Joseph Taylor, 13, of Entail gatta is scheduled for Aug. 7. was held at Belle Glade at Mt. their new uniforms wag truly a 6090 NAY. 9th Ave,

Lane, was seriously injured on Simeon folio president of the Zion Baptist Church on July 12 thing of beauty.
July 16 when he was caught, in Androa United Sailing Club said JE 1-5973
to
This session according day the
15. ,
the propeller of a motor boat at that more than 40 Andres-based At 8 p.m. the same Iddf
pioneer members was the grand held the
at
the Fair. vessels have already signed grand contest Was
a public beach near May up succesful In the
est and most audltorlutrl.Her .
Hotel. Suffering from a broken: for the. race. A number of new Lake Shot school
of the order. The peace
history
arm and lacerations on the leg, crafts are expected to. participateThe and which prevailed again the young Pall Bear
the boy was taken to the Erin, harmony truly heartwarming ers held their audience spellbound '
throughout was
cess Margaret Hospital.The for one hour and twenty
Board of Education Sum Our beloved grand minutes.In SEE THE SOUTH'S
mer School for Teachers beganon president, the Rev. A. T. Stone
24. D. R. B. the oratorical contest Anthony LEADING COLORED
Monday July was at his best. He presented
sloop Mary Lee on the way of :Miami won
Grant principal of Caledonia the Order with the deed to five Sweeting PSYCHIC READER
from Eleuthera to Nassau sank and Lavoice Taylor of
first prize
Training College Kingston Ja acres of land and $600 cash asa
Saturday night July 15 near the the solo
In
second.
Belle Glade CONSULT HER-
is two-weejc for -
males conducting a starter on building a home
end of Rose Island.
eastern Captain Ft. Pierce
f contest Betty Gage of
course in Visual Aids in the Pri- aged Pall Bearers.
Russell and Ber
Leonard
Miami
School. Mr. Grant's visjt won first Sandra Fox ,
tram Rolle got into a dinghy and mary was arranged by the Board of Another of the highlights of i second and Janie Thomps'D.Belle ,
rowed to Rose Island where Education; the session was an address by Glade third. Fort Pierce
they spent the night. They row: the Rev. E. C. Tlllman of Bethel won first! prfze and Miami secondin
ed to Nassau the next day. The Baptist Church, Daytona Beach. the Group Singing contest
boat was wrecked totally.
Austin Davis and Wllford He spoke on happenings In racial After the contest the grand
convicted Su relations In the south and tho took take
Moss were by a banquet place at the
preme Court jury on July 21 and part the NAACP played In those Shore school cafeteria where all
Capt. Andrew Alex! 26, Haitian Rev. Tlllman told
sentenced to death for the kll- happenings. of the meals were served duilngthe
owner of the sloop Village how he personally led one of the
Rolle
'Ing of Gustavlus of Fox session.
Bell, was drowned on July 14 Hill Jan. 2829. In two sit-in rides through many of the i
on
when the (boat capsized and sank ious trials the jury could prev- west coast towns and on to Jack The people of Belle Glade renl
not Let her years of experience guide
about half mile off Matthew
sonvllle just In time to witnessthe ly deserve much praise for the
Town, Inagua. He and four oth- agree. Jacksonville riot. and protect you throughout lift
able and courteous manner to
as a lighthouse guide the ships In
Haitians enroute from
er were
which they handled the whole
At the conclusion of this a storm. For success In business
Nassau to Haiti at the time of very situation pertaining to the Grand .
love.OON't
the accident. Thousands of Bahamians are enlightening speech the grand Lodge. The conventon and
was a success ,
preparing for the Centenaryof president requested that the representatives from every angle: numerically STAY IN THE flUT. Tout
the Diocese of Nassau and take the message spritually and AnittcUllv.. NOW. BY THE HELP OF

Hosena Miller who was! con the Bahamas and of Christ back to their local lodges and Collection Of this session was GOD SHE CAN HELP YOU.
victed of Church Cathedral in November.On encourage their members to Join $10,096.64.
manslaughter 13
July November' 4, 1861 Letters the NAACP and also to registerto Office Hours:
in the death of John Moss .
sentenced to four in was Patent were issued by Her Ma. vote. The above requests got At 2 p.m. Saturday July 15 9 a.m. 9 p.m.
son on July 18. years pri jesty Queen Victoria establish. long thunderous applause. to the strain of "God be With Thurs. 9 a.m. to
ing the Diocese and the Cathedral. You Till We Meet Again" the 7 p.m.
r On Thursday afternoon after 34th session of the Grand United DAILYSunday
1 the business session there wasa
Pall Bearers of America came to
The Rev. Father Avery Vicarof motorcade from Belle Glade to a close to meet at Ft. Myers in
St. Andrew's Episcopal the Everglades Tropical Gardens 1962. :
Church Passaic N.J., and 23 The Bahamas Association of where the whole delegation: was 10 a.m. 3 p.m.RADINQ ;
the
members of his congregation Improved Benevolent and led on an educational tour of '
visited Nassau recently. Some of Protective Order of Elks of the the gardens and all the ladles

them came by the m.s. Italia World will hold Its annual con were given orchids. BAHA'I FAITHThe $1.00 UP ,.
ventlon
in
Nassau Aug. 69. A
and others by the PAA. They
number of visitors are expected The memorial service honoring
lived at the Fort
Hotel. Montagu from the United States includ the 106 persons who passed on Miami Community of the 2& Years Experience
ing the Hon. Hobson R. Reynolds to the Great Beyond during the Baha'i World Faith will conduct

The anuual Mangrove Cay Re Grand Exalted Ruler. last 12 months was held on Fri. the its regular Baha'i weekly 137 discussion at MADAMHUNTER
Center NW 11th
day morning, July 14 after which
the meeting was turned over to ave., 8 p.m. Sunday Aug. 6. The
the Juveniles subject for this session, will bet:
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'I ; THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI,

Lily White Association _u" : I PAGE 15 I
Broward (" I, SATURDAY, AUGUST S, 1961 '


Celebrates 2nd Anniversary County t: :: of Sepla'a article, I had the glorious
"'\: experience of consulting
';>l PHIL OSSOFER dining and praying with my fel-

By Dloneva Monroe NewsBy J( '.. ',' lowmen of all racial color and
backgrounds. We wore
religious
,The Miami and South Miami : SAYS:
the admonition
: obeying
all Joyfully
\\tt
I Districts of the Lily White As- SOCIAL SECURITY Walter-Bo : r.-:;: :: = := ::::::::::: :: :: :: of Abdul Baha, expounding
sociation celebrated their second I surprised, the teachings, of His Father,
I was pleasantly
of theDaha'i
anniversary Sunday, July 23 at *. .fee. when handed a copy of Sepia, Baha'u'llah, Founder
Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Rev, Star Light Lodge No. 642 August issue, to find beautiful Faith He said, "This is
Edward T. Graham, pastor. meets Friday, August "at 8 four page article captioned a new cycle of human power .
The district deputies, Mrs. o- p.m. at the Masonic Temple on "Baha'i World Faith: Enemy of it ID the hour of the 'dawnof
the unity of the sons
Pembroke Road. AU membersare "
Margaret Carey and Mrs. Lillian Bigotry I was especially pleased .
__
of and of the drawing together
Y asked to be present. men
Ethridge along with members of iTL with the excellent portrayal of
of all races and all
all lodges paraded from NW 5th the Faith, for the majority of
and all classes. You
ave. and 17th st. to the church The new amendments to the The VFW of South Broward articles I have seen on It in the races are
loosed from ancient
superstitionswhich
with the Lily White Queen for social security law, signed by Post No. 8195 will meet Tuesday past have been unfavorable to have kept men Ignorant
1960 leading the colorful parade. President Kennedy two weeks August 8 at 8:30 p.m. at the the Faith of my choice. destroying the foundations of
Rev. S. A. Cousin delivered a ago, give men early benefit Chamber of Commerce Building factual evidence true humanity."
brings
wonderful sermon for the occasion rights similar to those women Sepia
which was enjoyed by all have had since 1956, Edward P. The Ladles Auxiliary of South that Baha'i live the principle of
I Broward Post 819B will meet the oneness of mankind, and
Memorial services were conducted Blonston, manager of the social.
in North Miami Wednesday August 9 at 8:30. foster the elimination of all pre
by Mrs. Carey, which Rev security office ,
judices. This fine magazine is to Brown-Johnson
rendered said today.
Graham
a timely
very
be complimented also on the superb -
The Veterans of Foreign Wars
prayer. The change applies to men
color pictures of the Baha'iHouse
between 62 and 65 of will have their poppy sale Fri Wedding
years age,
I of Worship in Wilmette,
Reports of the contestantswere I and is designed especially to day and Saturday this week,
made for the Lily White help those who are unable to Don't forget the disabled veter Illinois I UM Barbara Jean Johnsonand
Queen of 1961. The Queen, Mrs. find employment 'because of their ans. Take home a poppy. Known as the 'Taj Mahal" of Larry Brown were married
Alice Lee, Lodge 189. was I age or poor health.A the West," Baha'ls are quick to Saturday evening July 22 at
crowned by Mrs. Mamie Cousin, The beauticians of Hallandale point out that while the original the home of Mr. and Mrs. 0, A.
Her attendants Mrs. Henrietta man now 62 to 65 years of and West Hollywood will sponsor Temple was erected to honor all Finlayson, 2060 NW 6th place.
Ferguson. Lodge 129 and Mrs age can start receiving benefits a Print Dress Ball at the living people, regardless of color, The ceremony was performed by
Ophe'la King, Lodge 181, T 1. e with the month of August. But Paradise Club, in Liberia Monday, nationality: or creed. Here all may I the Rev. L. A Thompson.
prizes given, first, Mrs. Lee, $25: if he retires before he reachesage Aug. 14. For table reservations enter and worship together in
second, Mrs. Ferguson! $15; and 65, the monthly amount of call Mrs. Eleanor Bowe, YU peace and unity i The bridal party included: Miss
third. Mrs. King $1 O. Congratulations benefit paid to him is reduced. 9259 Hollywood I. Yvonne Johnson, Chrysostom
: to these ladies. He will continue to be paid the As a delegate to the National Finlayson Louis B, Bryant and
reduced amount even after he The great Carver Ranches Convention which was the locale George W. Carter.
There were other prizes reaches 65.Dependent. Bears defeated the Danta RedBirds
awarded for selling
candy. These
widowers and the 63 in a inning baseball
Bride prizes went first to Mrs. Adele Me- dependent fathers of workers game Sunday, July 30 before a Not a Palm Reader Not a Fortune Teller
Mrs. Albertha
:
Green, second: Mrs. Rosa n, I. who have died also can get bene- large number of fans. Not a Rootman Not God Either But

Huff, third and Mrs. Connie Senders fits at age 62. Their benefits, Pitcher of the Great Bears,
like those of widows and dependent JUST A GOD SENT MAN
fourth We also congratulate Stanley McKinney of SW 18th
thee winners. Total raised mothers are not reduced and 48th ave., gave up one, ran Rev. Shepherd Bogaetors
119477. and hit one in the game.
For men who retire early the
To our many friends and well :amount by which their 'benefits Ronald Bain, peppered up the <,,.,..i'...'.4 Do you hnvn Ibid 1 A problem?
wisher our thanks to you for ', wilt be reduced depends on the game when he hit a long fly ItunlncM Marriage
your presence and for helping us number of months for which they I ball to left on the first pitch 1 hilling, Can't win the man
make our anniversary a success 1 will receive benefits while still The Bears will play Belle or woman you love, Been
Mrs. Emma Collins, reporterThe under 65. A worker who retires Glade on August 6. Crossed, Need Money,
and claims his benefits as soon 4
Council recently organized for Hverything doing Wrong?
; as he reaches 62 will qualify A of women trom the
group e
well ti
was represented with 1,60 percent of the amount that Missionary Department of Atlantic { ti. Health Had? Can't Satisfy
the members wearing their beau 11: '
would ibe payable to him at age Coast Baptist Association
tiful colors. I lour Husband Wife?
I 166 based on his average earnings or
worshipped at Westminster Baptist '. .
Our many thanks to Rev. 1 up until his retirement. If Church, Liberia, Sunday Want a New Homo or Car?
Graham and his officers and i\\ he watts until he Is 63, he will mornlnl. Headed by President '
members who welcomed us so get 86 and two third percent of Mrs. E. J. Clark of Central, Carver -
graciously. We are also gratefulto I his full benefit; and if he waits I Ii Ranches, they took over the t. t ,
the Mt. Zion Choir No. 2 of i until 64, the amount will be I services. Mrs. Essie Cargill of SEE ME TODAY
Opa Locka for the beautiful !93) and one third percent West Palm Beach delivered an ,, I Never before In the hlatory

music rendered Also Mr. Danny, I The reductions are figured so Inspiring message Mrs. Virginia of Miami i I, hAve ao many
Mobley, our pianist.Advertise Grant of Miami led the devotions. .
that a person may expect to receive people boon helped by UtI.I'
Mrs g
Others In the group were
I same,amount on the If average he takes, about reduced tne P. Wilkerson, Mrs O. A. Pratt, :r' ,t'J",,:,":, :', ," '! Kreat wonder man
,: III i
It Pays! benefits beglnnnlng before he Is Mrs. Florence Hepburn Davis., Mrs. L. ;,Iii, come in and talk
: I 65 or waits until 65. Gibson and Mrs. C.
. Smul I
Members of the Immediate Pastor N.. Sears and members 51 I It costs nothing to
family of a retired worker can wish to thank the ladies for the \
'Meet Your Friend ttt I get dependents' benefits If the spiritual uplift and financial 627 N.W. 9th St., Apt. 1 FR 99138WIN
worker retires at 62 or if he help,
LITTLE CAL'S waits. Eligible: dependents Include ,
I a wife 62 or older, or a --- -
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care children who are eligible hardships faced by that
for ,benefits. The child of a retired because of
who
group of men ,
worker Is eligible It he li 111 health, automation or other
Cold Beer and Wine under age 18, or if he has been technical change are forced into PRIZES !
totally disabled :since childhood.The premature retirement- before age

Hot Sandwiches committee on finance of 65."
,
the Senate, in recommending
IIA HOLD YOUNOBLOOD, Prop. this change in the law, said, "The
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA NoticeThe
Now
Volunteers Needed
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1961 Spiritual Guidance
Temple of Truth Churfh of 1740
NW 3rd ave., presents a Musical

Beauticians Holding 42nd Friendship program 2:30 p.m. at Sunday and the Service.church., August Speaker Theme 6 at:, for United Fund Drive

Bro. J. B. Battles. Also appear

ing Miss will Jennie be Miss Parks Theresa, Miss MildredT. Lewis, This year your United' Fund Have you signed yet .

Annual Meet in Chicago Pleasant, the Sensational needs 20,000 volunteers to help help Your'now United Help Fund: continue needs your the

Hummingbirds Guidance Harmonizers, The and Spiritual oth raise money for 40 health', wel countup.
fare and character building
ers. Admission free Mrs. Thelma the blank below
Fill out and
Fund now
Katie E. Whlckam, president agencies: The United
Dr. Edmondson, sponsor. mail It to United Fund, 395 NW
of the National Beauty Culturists Your Miami Times has some 660 volunteers on record -
League, and LouUe Chap u 19,409 more' are needed. 1st St., Miami.

man 1961 Convention Chairmanare On Sale Here COMING!
culminating plans for one of UNITED FUND OF DA DE COUNTY .
the greatest trade shows ever to MIAMI YMCA'SMusical
be presented during the NBCL 395 N.Wi: First Street
42nd annual convention at the Down Town 1 .- s'8
Hotel Sherman, Chicago, August Ramos Grocery, 802 NW 14th St. SoireeFOR Miami 86, FloridaI
6 through the 10th immediate Economy Drug, 1101 NW 3rd Av. ,
ly following the NBCL Educa Park's Sun., 1201 N3V 3rd Ave. tf:;
ttonal Institute, July 30 through llarklej's, 1201 NW 3rd Ave. believe In the purpose of our United Fund of Dade Coun-
August 6.Among Service Drug 1240 NW 3rd Av.
Walk-Inn, 1042 NW 2nd Ave. SALELUXURY >>
services in support of this Fall'sUNITED
the manufacturers and Harlem Drug, 1400 NW 3rd Av. ty and I volunteer my
dealers presenting displays exhibits Nick's, 1522 NW 3rd Ave. HOMES
and demonstrations at the Charles Mkt. 340 NW 10th Ter.Lenny's : FUND. OF _DADE.. ..COUNTY.. -
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trade show will be Paris Velvet NW 3rd A Y; town 'lotor '- I.JJ
Drug, 1700 payment: on your '..
Andre and the Arses neighborhood d nearby business area. -
featuring Buddy's Gro., 1030 NW 3rd Av. home or
(Roberto George, Eduardo and 1700 NW 3rd Ave.
Arch's Gro., .
Roy) doing five steps of beauty Jay's Drug 427 NW 20th St. Open Sun. 3.5 p.m. .. .w.Y .

culture, Clairol technicians Helen Pos- Stanley's Gro., 1000 NW 4th Ct Name '.....;..................;....................... Home Ph:...:.:..:;...........
Johnson .
Jasper and Claire 20th St. ..
Belle Myers, 575 NW 1430 NW 59th St. "
Products featuring
nes DIxie Drug, 505 NW 20th St.
Patterson of NYC, Carman Cos Hillside, 1842 NW Oth Ave. 2161 NW 59th St.
metic Co., Detroit, Nulox Apex, .
Person's Sundries, 1501 5th Ct.
Bummitt Lab., Johnson Mfg. Co., Kddle's Drug, 801 NW 3rd Ave..Darkett' 1426 NW 58th Ter. Address /1.,1//1/1//.1111N.1111/.1Lllii111.,11..a/IUl.i.t1.1....i...H.,..

Lustrasllk, Walder, American 708 NW 2nd Are.P. '" "
Tobacco Co., Pittsburgh Courier L. T., 714 NW 2nd Ave. 1232 NW 55th St. -
Newspapers, Chicago Defender Alex Sundries, 715'/2' 2nd Ave. ..
Newspapers, Natlbnal UniformCo. 818 Shoe Shine, 818 2nd Ave... 3 bedroom, 2 baths, garage,
., Ex-Cal Jewelry Co., Consolidated -
Beauty Supply Standard Harlem Carrie's Sweet Gro., 155 Shop NW 208 17th 10 St.St. Florida room, kitchen all See America The, Beautiful !
Cosmetics Zelufic and others.
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Tucker Gro., 1400 NW 1st Ct. electric.
This show of shows will highlight Southern Gro., 1701 NW 1st PI. Corner lots for sale terms IN AIR CONDITIONED, RECLINING SEATED
j the latest in innovations in People's Drug, 402 8th St. STREAMLINED
the field of cosmetology giving We build on your lot
the 2,000 beauticians (registered LIBERTY CITYY
date) and their friends to NO MONEY DOWN GREYHOUND & TRAILWAYS
Comm. Drug, 0750 15th Ave.
gather fresh, vital and unique
Little Super Mkt., 5820 17th St. Cash paid for your I lot
information in the field.
Bethel Sundries, 0828 18th Ave
Preceding the convention ses Smith Sundries, 0704 18th Ave. BARONJE BUSES
lions and the trade show, will be 18th Ave. Gro., 0307' 18th Ave. 81840 JE 2-4343
the educational program of ad Hallas Gro., 0700' 15th Ave.
vancement and study for the etty'. Gro., 0004 NW 15th Ave. .
1,000 who have registered for Newton's Sundries, 0320 18th Av.
classes in tinting, millinery, Lib. Beauty Salon, 0707' 15th Av. ASK ABOUT OUR
weaving, hair styling Negro His Griffin Gro., 0572' 15th Ave. SPECIAL RATES FOR GROUP TRAVEL
tory, cosmetic chemistry, art of Bannister's, 0200 TTVV 15th Ave. ,
make-up, political science, etc. 3 and J Drug 1410 02nd St.
Seymour's, 1804 NW 02nd St. We Reserve Your Seats When You Purchase Your
Theta Nu Sigma NBCL's National Jackson's, 0000 NW 12th Ave. FORSALE
Sorority, Mrs. Ruth J. Dfattho v's Gro., 6081 15th Ave. Ticket
I Ferguson of Philadelphia, Su Convenient Gro., -6804 22nd Av. .
preme Basileus, will bring the Lerner's, 2000 NW 75th St. I ----.,
Institute classes to a delightfulclose Thomas
Gro., 2350 75th St.
with its "Pink and Green Lincoln field's Drug, 2001 02 St. $495 Down $68 Mo. NORTH'S TRAVEL BUREAUFR
Ball" in the grand ballroom of Flash Gro., 5552 NW 17th Ave.
Hotel Sherman on Friday night, Midway Drug, 2208 02nd St. FHA deal, 2-bedroom, cor 9-8451 1104 N.W. 3rd Ave.
Aug. 4 at which time honorary Cecil Cleaners, 2230 02nd St. ner, CBS home. No closing
members Tokl Schalk Johnson, costs, carport, stove and refrigerator Charles North, Manager
Gladys P. Graham and Lou Lu CARVER nANClmSowe'
Tour will be presented, Close to bus,
Barber Shop, Pembroke nice
area.
Dr. Whlckam and Mrs. Chap JNOKTH MIAMI ItUACH
man ably assisted by a dynamic i

convention ing all beauticians committee, the are natiQn.urg Mrs.!Maxie Miller Bands. 1020 NU 155 St. HOME AND INCOME "I -- 3 -C BAR

1 i over as well as in Nassau and OPA LOCKA 2 CBS homes on one lot.

Bermuda to complete their reg Magnolia Sun., 14570' 22nd Ave. Near NW 17th Ave. bus. 1.
istration now for the Institute, Baba Av. Miami' Newest ,Ebony Bar ,
All
Lowe's Gro., 1734 ff..t
Clean live in the e f'I.
the convention and for the Euro one, rent ', .
pean tour which is under the direction Miller's Sun., 15110 2nd Park Ave. r I. ;"..... .,.
of Mrs. Maude Gadsen Bunche Drug, 2280 Bun. other.Only COLDEST BEER AROUND GOODlFOOD, *'
of David Lawrence, 1501 20th Ave.Esther's $995 Downfor 1 ?
NYC, 1st vice president of the : V IiShirleY'
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National Gro., 1710 AU Baba COME IN GET ACQUAINTED;; -
Beauty Culturlsts' Samuel Stanley, 15281 18th Ave. both houses. Terrific, 1 .
League, Inc. The tour Godbee Barmaid ,
covering ,
Michael Sanders 2500 100th St. ;
Europe and the Middle East will mortgage. No closing costs.
be from August 10 to Sept. 10 BROWNSVILLKSpic See this. 5211_ N.W,17th' Avenue
to Sept. 11, .
&: Span, 4801 NW 27th Ave. ..
,R Neal's Mkt., 4825 27 th Ave. -
Brownsville Drug, 4034 27th Av. $495 Down $75 Mo.
ninora's Sundries, 4320 27 Ave. ..
COMING! Tracy's Gro., 5010 NW 82nd Av. 2-bedroom, Florida room, '
Jet Drug, 2000 NW 54th St. stove and refrigerator, 2 CBS HONES ;BARGAINS!
Jimmle's Gro.. 2000 NW 54th St. bus lines, furnished. No

YMCA'S RICHMOND HEIGHTS closing costs. One mortgage. Open" Sun. 3.7 p.m.

Richmond Heights Drugs Move right in. Liberty City. 5 BEDRbOMS BATHS -

ANNUAL o $750 down, no closing costs ,

HOUSEWIVES! You can make bedroom, 2 bath mansion. 1136 N.W. 46th Street .
Musical Soirees big money selling Lena Home New CBS, corner lot,

Beauty Products! -Act today! 20 80x100, 2-car carport. Flor ". .
... ;;... NW 1st Ave.,'FR 44800. ida room. Beauty. Close in. 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS .

\ $1,295 Down 100x100 lot-custom built :

1122 N.W. 74th Street .

It's Never too late to have Duplex. 2 bedrooms. each ,

side, Florida room, air 'con .* DOLL, HOUSES-MANY EXTRAS .

Graduation Pictures ditioned. Beauty. Near NW Only $450 Down

I 7th Ave.. : 911 N.W. 47th Terrace .
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MADE AT $1,200 'Down 836 N.W. 47th Terr. (extra lot)


I o Fully furnished-Move right in .
JOHNSON OF MIAMI ; '
; $995 down, $79 a month :
iatly
We have caps and gowns for kindergarten and high Fair (No qualifying-1 mortgage)

school, with all the schools colors 4801 N.W. 8th Ave.
For Fair Deals
COME IN ANYTIME NEWS REALTYThe
6200 N.W. 2nd Ave.
Broker That Works For You -
409 N.W. 17th Street FR 7.2294 PL 7.1645
[ 1 4600 N.W.7th Ave. PL 4-0655

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