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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 12, 1961
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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THE TIMES ARE CHANGED AND WE ARE CHANGED WITH THEM '


38TH YEAR, NO. 61 MIAMI- FLORIDA. .-, SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1961 TENAnn CEN SiXTEE ES




'. .. Train Kills Boy on Opa Lock(Trestle# I


t M It C7
j Gregory Taylor, a slx-year-old he ng er blew th atle
3,,;'," son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Tay- rep M le Metro lie c Detecti -
Bunche Park Richmond lor, 15730 NW 17th Court, was o _Lab aid
t'I' <. killed by a passenger train Wed Gre6 b' is urviv' "by his
....t. nesday while: crossing a railroad parents, MtULJ f *roth>rxand two
:, 'track to retrieve his pet dog sisters. His Titter is stationed
,i ::. "Chico." with the TSjV Jayy in Key West.
; :" Heights to Get PoolsA Gregory was along with five He was the second boy hit by a
older 'boys, Including his brother train on a trestle in 11 days.
,I Anthony, 13. They crossedthe The other, Johnny Veach, 11,
large segment of Miami at NW 60th st. and 31st ave. Biscayne Canal over the 70- was critically injured lust Wed
Times readers will benefit materIally nesday when he tried to outrun
McNayr has urged that this foot trestle near NW 17th Ave.
.. 4.ra in the proposed $4.5 million new program be given top priority and State Road 9. a train on a trestle over Snap
: 1w'r county parks and road Improvement pointing out that duringhis "Where is Chico" Gregory per Creek
3 program outlined recently numerous, speaking engage asked, when they reached the
,. by County Manager Irving ments throughout the county other side and the dog was not DAYTON KILLER

McNayr. every-hero with them,

The proposed**, neighborhood ties :now." Ronald Christen, 17, one of CAPTURED HEREIS

._...2 e,.n..... ............._..__.H_ .._'__ .'_w_n __ recreational projects, approved"In The new recreational facilities. the boys volunteered to get
prlnclp:elt by the Metro Com Chico and asked the little boy
Llnde' y, popular Miami mission, will include. a Bunche and street improvement pro to watt with the others. ARRAIGNEDA
socialite, became the bride of E. Park center ((1.52 acres) and I gram will be financed by pledge
Jack Packard of New York Cityon pool to be located at NW 158th ing revenue from the Florida "I"ran back and picked up the man who caused quite a
July 24 St. and 22nd ave., as well as I Power and Light Co. franchise, dog, said Ronald. "I didn'tknow furor and was captured at Miami
Mr. Packard Is a real estate parks at Olinda Villas ((3.1 with additional income from the Gregory was following me International Airport two
broker and an official In the New acres) NW 62nd St. and 21at franchise let! aside to pay the until I heard him yell. I turned, weeks ago and confessed killing
York Skycap Union. ave. and Brownsville ((2 acres) $394,080 operating costs of the around and told him to go back. a Dayton, Ohio couple: }has been
parks.In Gregory was standing on the arraigned in Dayton for the mur
addition to these projects, edge of the tracks, he said. .
the plan calls for 22 other neigh "Then I heard the train der.O.. C. Jackson was returned
borhood parks and five swlra- whistle! blowing." from Miami Saturday to face
TRASH TRUCKCRUSHES mlng pools amounting to "He started calling me trial for first degree murder in
$1,133,000 in capital improve 'Brother Ronnie, Brother Ronnie the shooting of Mr. and Mrs.
I ments for the county. ,' and I yelled at him to Charles Larken.
Also proposed are a $607,000 jump but then the train hit Several hours after he arrived -
athletic stadium in the central him." in Miami by plane he was
WORKER part of the county, and $50,000 Christen who lives at 2026 subdued and captured as he attempted -
worth of boating facilities, In. NW 3rd ave., said he and the to shoot a police officer
eluding ramps and a catwalk at boy belonged to the same church and to got on a plane 'bound for
Haulover Beach. and he always called him "Broth Cut.
The teel jaws" of an automatic In South Dade, Caatellow Ronnie."
er
crushed to Jackson said, In a signed confession -
10-ton truck
Hammock comprising 70 A Seaboard Railroad passen I "It was,,a..pleasure" to
death a 28- -old trash col Rob
year Thugs! acres of the county's last natural ger train traveling at about 45 '.kill Mrs. Larken manager cf

\. lector Wednesday.......' 1 5:15':b#.. k p.m....- ..ft.- *> hammock land would be pre miles per hour, struck Gregory 'the rental agency, where he was
served as a recreational area for a glancing 'blow and knocked
The i dead man was Identifiedby employed as a car service man,
,
Miami homicide detective A. Davis CafeteriaA $210,000. him into the bush .belowi. ; and who tired him. 1

J. McLaughlin as William E. I
Saunders of 616 NW 9th St. He

Trash was employed Hauling, by Inc.Ray, a Balling private held downtown up and Miami robbed cafeteriawas of $376 Shot in Store Hold-up Sues for Million I

trash company.and waste paper collecting owner at 4 a.m.and Wednesday an employe while'were preparing the ;.

for the day's business -
The accident occurred outside Jackie Lee Johnson, 26, of 401 Johnson said a shotgun blast blast Officers said the two men'
Mrs. Laura A. Davis of 11800
Orandway Super Market, 64tb W. 23rd St., Hlaleah, who warn fired by a Metro officer October had cleaned out the cash regis'
Ave. and J. C. Walden
NE
4th ,
st. No one saw the man fall into the wounded in a liquor store hold- 22, 1960, in a liquor store at ter of |70 to $100 when Metro
of 619 NW 9th St., were in
and claimed he was inno NW 10th St. and 7th hit
heard his up an Ave., Detective Harold Stoller opened -
the truck or screams.
of Davis cafeteria
kitchen
a Polly
cent bystander, has filed a million him in the back. fire.
Saunders and another man had at 124 S. E. 1st Ave. when .
dollar claim against Dade
driven the truck to their last there was a knock at a rear door. Johnson was paralyzed from Stoller wo hiding in the
County. :liquor store after the sheriff'soffice ,
for the day, McLaughlin
stop
the waist down. A charge of
Walden the and
said. opened door was tipped that a holdup
armed robbery Is still
two Negroes were standing pending would be attempted.
The rear of the truck has there. open a small sate and took the said against him, the sheriff' office Johnson was transferred on
large steel doors or jaws which Both were armed. One of them money. They put Mrs. Davis and June 15 from the police ward at
revolve as the trash is packed told Walden, "Back up: back up, Walden in a walk'in freezer Marvin Lowe, of.1441 NW Jackson Hospital to the Lincoln,
Inside. Senders was working on We're the bosses now." When they left Mrs. Davis call I 71et St., another man with Johnson Memorial Nursing Home and
the east side of the store whenhe They forced Mrs. Davis to ed police. was killed by the shotgun Clinic at Goulds.

slipped or fell into the truck. ______nn

Newport NewsIntegrates FROM NEGRO INS. CO. '
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Moral Re-Armament


The application of 14 Negro
FSU
SIT-IN
children to enter five all-white VICTIM

elementary unanimously school approved in Septemberwas by Founder Dies at 83 .

the News
Newport School Board

this week. GETS SCHOLARSHIP CAUX, Switzerland Dr.
This is the first school Into
Frank N. D. Buchman 83.
,gratlonjnJjbflt..I'r&nJIIt1.:, .. Pennsylvania-born ,IQUlator.J'Moral .
.. .-- Armament; "died '.Aug.: .
Chicago John Jefferson Po-
7 near the spot where he launched
land, a white college student the globe-girding ideological
who once went on a hunger force in 1938.
strike, to protest racial eegrega- I Death, came at Freudeiwtadt

tlon, will receive a $5,000: schol- In the Black Forest of Germany
fo'lowlng a heart attack,
arehlp for hli'"activities on behalf A memorial service will beheld

of civil rights for Negroes, for him In FreudenstadtKureaal
It warn announced Wednesday. (Casino) Friday from s
s 2:30 to 4:30.: Ills body will then
Poand: a former Florida State .. be flown to the United States and
University student, will receive he will be buried In accordancewith _
the scholarship Aug. 16 from his wishes In Allentown,
Pa., his hometown.It .
the Supreme Life Insurance Co. was while walking In the \S
of America. lIe has recently Black Forest In 1938 that the
been a student at San Jose State idea came to Buchman that the
College In California. longtime work of the Oxford
Group which was founded In
Arrested during a sit-In demo government of eight nations.Dr .
his conviction
1921 was
on
onstratlon in Tallahassee Poland Mary McLeod Bethun.
meant to be launched as a world
went on a hunger strike. the founder of Dethune-Cookman
He also served a jail term for wide Ideological force.Buchman's College was a staunch friend of
sit.in activities In Jacksonville. life for 50 yearshad Dr. Buchman Meeting Moral ReArmament
FLORISTS MEET J. Wesley Lee, Pittsburg, Pa., execu been dedicated to raising a at the age of 79 she-

five secretary and W. O. Perry, :Miami, president: Inter- The youth was not readmittedto world force to answer "the materialistic "- said, "To be a part of this great

national Florists Association, Inc., are shown in St. Loub and the charged state university his enrollment last year was, Leaders Idealogles on every of our continent age. uniting force of our age Is the
"
at the ninth annual meeting of'the florist, The 1962 turned down because of his racial have been Influenced by his crowning experience of my life

meeting will be held I in Miami. activities. work He was decorated by the See DIES AT 88-Page 6 .-*- !
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Volunteers Needed NO NEGROES IN FLORIDA

PAGE 2 SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1961 For Christmas Seals

Volunteers are urgently needed -

7 INJURED IN OPERATION now to help In the prepara- NATIONAL GUARD
tion of the 30,000 letters to be
mailed In the 66th Annual
CAUSEWAY'CRASH CLEANUP BIG Christmas Seal Campaign offl- DiscriminationIs
cilaly opening Nov. 13.
SUCCESSCity Although Christmas may seem ChargedAn Personal Mfentibri
a long way off to you It takes a
lot of volunteers to check the Mrs. Delores Smith Coakley of
A speedlhg car rammed Into Manager M. L. Reese this mailing lists, stuff and sort envelopes official of the Florida National 1822 NW 2nd ave., left the cityon
the back of a parked car on car- week termed Operation Cleanup In preparing the 90,000 Guard has, Issued a state- Monday, Abg. 7 via Eastern
Choked MacArthur Causeway -Miami's first inclusive trash 000 Christmas Seals for early ment: In which It Is set forth that AlrMnes for vacation stops ifa
Monday sending seven people to pickup "most gratifying". and mailing. the "Guard as a" State organization Washington, D.C., New York
Uib hospital. said the program wilT continue Christmas Seals: support the made up of volunteers City, and Connecticut. Mrs. Cbak-
The crash, which sent both until all refuse has been cleaned fight against tuberculosis through has always drawn its member' ley is the secretary .of Carey's
tars hurtling Into Biscayne Bay, up. programs such as the ChristmasSeal ship from the white able bodied Rental Agency; and is. expected
76 mlle-an- Reese emphasized the crash citizens of the state."
ended a more than Mobile Chest X-ray Unit back In the city in about two
hour chase by an off-duty Miami program will not affect regular Rehabilitation-Patient Service, "A" a state organization", he weeks.
Reach policeman. garbage pickups. Health Education Medical Education continues, "sufficient white volunteers
At least two of the seven Grady Phelps; waste superintendent and Medical and Social have joined the Florida Mrs. Bertha Carrol is
both small children were In said all types of rub Research. National Guard to meet all al- a patientat
Mt. Sinai Hospital where
serious condition with possible bash was collected Tuesday in Men, women, teenagers, club .loted unit strength requirements"thus admitted on Aug. 3 and she
brain concussions.The the central Negro district. "We and organizations who can contribute eliminating the necessity for was had
operation
when the this section clean 27 an on Friday. She is
chase began swept July time to the preparationfor enlisting Negroes.
police! officer, George Barnes, but we went back again," Phelps this campaign are urged to reported having a splendid re
As citizens of Florida, and covery and doing fine. Mrs. Car
saw a late model car cutting Inand said contact the Dade County Tuberculosis .
out of the heavy traffic. Association, 83 S. E. 8th with a membership that numbers roll is in room No. 426 on the
The speeding auto, driven by St., FR 7-2368 many who have served In 4th floor.
NEGROES SWIM the armed forces "Of our country,
Alfonso Scott, 37, of 1535 NW
... the Florida State Conference of Mrs. Grace Gibson and daughter
68th T rr., cut in front of a bus 4't'#
:and then plowed into the rear of AT MATHESON branches NAACP, considers this Sandra, of Nassau, are spend.
si car parked off the road. NEED MONEY policy of rank racial discrimination ing a two weeks vacation In our
The impact sent the parkedcar $25 to $600 In the Florida Guard, as being city as house guests of Miss
skidding more than 60 feet HAMMOCKA against the best Interest of Marie White, who entertained in
before It plunged into the bay. Call PL 8.3653; State of Florida and the Nation. their honor on Saturday night.
Scott's car, then out of control, group of about 40 Negroesled Mrs. Gibson is a telephone oper-
travelled another 90 feet Into by Rev. Theodore Gibson IDEAL LOAN The NAACP has ,been aware ator in Nassau. Friends are mak
the Day. went swimming at Matheson of this discriminatory policy fora ing her stay peasant.: She and
Three persons -. Robert Pern- Hammock Park on .Old Cutler 6105 N.W. 7th Ave. :ong time. We consider it a denial her teenage daughter visited her

berton 37, and his two daugh Road Tuesday. "'4"' "-'#"' of a constitutional right father, William Pinder, a long
ters, Annette, 3 and Rita 2, all Police said: there were no dis- when able bodied citizens are pre- time resident of West Palm
of 16040 NW 17th Ct. were turbances. Matheson Hammockand vented from serving In the military Beach. They will return to Nas
sitting In the parked car and all other county parks, In. Beautiful Home on forces because of color. This sau on Saturday.
swept along with It into the eluding Crandon, Homestead, statement only indicates the need
for a revamping guard unit '.'1'6." ." '." " ,
water. Dayfront and Haulover Beach Your Lot so
Miami Beach officer Art have been desegregated since that citizens can receive adequate
Schlckler: who arrived at the Nov., 1959, when County Attor- training not based on a quota Meet Your Friend at
scene minutes after the accident ney Darrey Davis ruled that 7b(4' ;x6a&e system or an emergency which
said Pemberton's wife Annie, Dade has no regulations or ordi necessitates hurried enlistments LITTLE CAL'S
his mother-in-law and two other nances barring their use by Ne ,s o often results in poor training.
Failure 2955 N. W. 54th St.
to
children were fishing beside the groes. accept Negroes In
parked car. JID 131. the National Guard Is In our

They were not Injured. opinion, just as discriminatory as O
Three passengers In Scott'scar Announcement failure to accept Negro children

Alonfio Dudley, 33, of 1612 Complete Building Servlc* in on-segregated schools. Both Cold Beer and Wine
Mr and Mrs. Leonard Walkerof are a waste of potential
manpower
NW 6th ave., John Mooney, 43,
of 1155 NW 2nd ave., and Henry 1722 NW 59th St. announce PLANNING I which is essential to the
Hot Sandwiches
the marriage of their daughter nation In
times of
Minor, 37, 200 NW 14th St., OUILDINQ emergency.;
Barbara Jean, to Vernest Henry
were taken to Jackson Hospital. ,
HAROLD YOUNGBLOOD
Prop.
Alexander, son of Mr. and Mrs. S FINANCINGYour
Minor faces for dislocated
surgery a Verneat Alexander of 2942 NW ,.. ,. .. .,, ,
New Home I " "
hip, Mooney was admitted QualityPhotography
with a fractured leg and Dud- 51st St.NOW.
ley was treated for Injuries and No Down
released.! Pemberton. stationed IF IT'S FLOWERS
with the Air Force at Homesteadwas PaymentOver i You're thinking of, call us
treated for Injuries and re OFFICIALLY DONE BYJohnson We can help yon with any of
leased. Twenty Years of your flower occasions
Ills two daughters, Annette OPEN
Construction
and Rita were admitted to Mt ExperlenceGuaranteed
:Sinai Hospital with possible con Satisfaction
cussions. Scott was also admittedto
WorMcfeFmpfoymenfAgency/ .
O fA:
Mt. Sinai with extensive In. L l Q L .i fL1mmV ;
juries
Officer Schickler charged Scott [!)@(E 9
with driving while intoxicated,
.
reckless driving which caused an
PL 1.3604
accident and being a common 1307 N.W. 3rd Ave. ti:'
drunk. Miami

FR 3.5755 888 N.E. 79th St. r ..:> '.
Goldwire Named
M'Perry's-
Most Valuable

Tallahassee For lashing 13 MAIDS work in New SEE THE SOUTH'S Florist
hits In five games and leading York of Miami
$35
to $55
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LEADING 1101 N.W. 3rd Avenue
COLORED
Miami All-Stars to the Orange
State Boys' baseball championship Private in PSYCHIC READER 409 N.W. 17th Street Phone FR 4-1205
home sleep free
Second Baseman Alfonso Afore Than 80 Years
Goldwire was voted the meet's room, board, TV, etc. -CONSULT HER- Phone FR 7.2294 of Satisfying Service
outstanding player.
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The Miamians trampled Jacksonville NO DEPOSITNO -- ---

In the finals, 83.. 'REGISTRATION FEE p x ta1 p ,

HOUSEWIVES! You am make r \ ,
big money selling Lena Home Air or bus tranaportatiop
Heauty Products! Act today! 20 Advanced at Once
MI
NW 1st Ave., FR 44800. $ i z BOWLINGCOME

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IS YOUR DRIVER'S LICENSE ,;. OUT AND BOWL FOR
Let her years of experience guide
SUSPENDEDWhy and protect you throughout life
II a lighthouse guide the ships Ira HEALTH AND FUN
wait up to six weeks to clear your record whenwe storm. For iucceM In business

can clear you and have your driver's license backin and love.DONT .

your wallet in ONE DAY at STAY IN THE RUT. GET --- -- :
OUT NOW. BY THE HELP OF
Service-First Insurance COD SHE CAN HELP YOU.
Agency Then stay and Iisten\to .

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4 SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1961 t22 ? ..aa aaI'NI The University of South Florida year-old Errieat Biger, who was
In Tabula has enrolled Its valedictorian : of his class at
JUST BROWSIN'By Blake Hlgb. in Tampa.
; Boger
I first students Mrs.
two Negro :
scored 492 out of a possible 495
PAUL HENRY Hazel Phillips, a high schoolteacher on college entrance examinations.
and Miss Florence Onej ::' '.
an elementary school teacher,
It'* final. Dade County teach both from Tampa, and both for
the summer sea-lion. The university
ers will receive an Increase In
salary of $200 provided by has also received an appli-
as Advertise .-' It Pays!
the State Legislature. This fund cation for admission from 16-
Main Office at O74O JT.W. 1-Mh Avenue-Phone OX 1.0421 Is based on the teacher ,unit eys--

Branch at 1112 X.W. Third A Vis., Miami, Florida Phone FIl 82230 tern. The amount voted would
give the Increase to only 7,034
II. K. SIGISMUXD REEVES, Editor And Publisher teachers but there are 7550. OCEAN FRONT MOTEL
GARTH Dade County will put up the
O. REEVES,
Editor
Managing $103,200 for paying the 516 extra \
FOR SALE
teachers.
Entered as Second CdoM. Matter, August 9, maT, At the Poet Officeat Associate Superintendent Edward

Miami, Florida, under the act Of March 8, 1870 Hurst believe that Dad J '
teachers will also have a chanceof I PREFERS PARTNERSHIP
SUBSCRIPTION RATES getting an Increase from an
ONE YEAR $.a.:50-81X MONTHS $2,75 tHREB 31ONTIIS f 1.70 extra million dollars before the 17141 Collins Ave.
Is the result of the
year over as
Member
of
:Member of the National the Newspaper AftociAted Negro Publisher Presa Awsotlation ''I'' school :last minute action before Miami, Florida
: approving the new budget.
I Phone JE 1.0812Jackson's
CUKIXJ OK THE NEGRO PRESS"
THE NKC2RO: PRESS believe, that America The Christian Hospital, the
can best lead the world
Institution other than
from racial and national antagonisms only
when It accords to every mail churches owned and operatedby
rrjrarrJIes of race color or creed, his human and ....
legal
rights. Hating Negroes In Dade County is ; ; :; ::
In oo man. fcaxintr no nuin-the Negro tverm< strives to help every man in need of support. This is a
the
bacL firm belief that all men are hurt as long as' anyone Is beld million dollar institution that we

should all be proud 01. It is Toddle Inn
modernly equipped, but not free
REFERENDUMThe of debt. Such a hospital takes a
plenty of money to operate. Con
:Metropolitan trlbutlons from individuals or ANNOUNCES
Commissioners
undertook a difficult organizations will be gratefully
task when for the first time a complete reassessment received and acknowledged.Mrs. Registration Aug. 20 thru Sept. 2
of all properties in Dade _
County was made. DAILY 10 A.M. TO 6 P.M.
Although the assessors believe that properties Roxana Anaya, SW llth
valued on a fair and were st., was killed on Tuesday whenan Nursery Kindergarten and Grade School
equitable. basis, the seneraL I ,
public
.driven Mrs.
auto _by Annie
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from being satisfied ;s ." .
with the 1961 proposed valu- Long knocked her down on the I ='Flrat- thru 4th Grades -

ation and for reconsideration.the Board of Review was bombarded with appeals sidewalk. I ...--.. _. .-

So great Russia has done it again, and All grade students must be able to work at specified !
was the pressure that even the County Man- she has been receiving congratulations grade level.

alter the felt that the reassessment was not a sound one, and Khrushchev's from all over the world. ....__ d.'..._-....
commissioners last June decided to put it' to the space man
people. Hence up Oherman Titov went around the We offer the best in
the election next Tuesday, August 15. The earth 17 times in 25 hours and pre-schoot training arid a well!
vote will be on throwing the reassessment requirement 18 minutes. It was another first rounded accelerated elementary program with certi

out of the charter. If you are for reassessment, you vote for Russia. I fied teachers.

Yes, if you are against, you vote No.
I There were two electrocutions School officially begins Sept. 5
Remember it is (
always important to vote. At this In Florida on Monday, both i
election if you are a registered voter, you are qualified white. At Raiford prison, Robert For further information
to vote. Davis 28, a rapist and Norman
It is always important J Mackiewicz, a killer, died In Call NE 4-4308 NE 3.3679
to vote.
Everybody should the electric chair at 8:38 a.m.
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vote on August 15. N.W. 84th Terr.

Mrs. Ida II. Jackson
Mosley, Owner-Supervisor
Personal Mention
"Bar The Bar" was the caption of an article appearing A19

in Ye Editor's Notebook recently. It dealt with the build- Mra. John Cheesebourough and ;;; 7 :: : : :5 :;;:;;;:; :::;,;=::= -:;:: :;:;;; ;:=;; : :;:: :;;;; :;.;:: :::= :;
ing and opening of the Richmond Heights Athletic Club sons! John III and M. Peter of .-. -
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Los Angeles passed our way this :: -
on Dunbar Drive in
that
city. More than 500 residents in
week during a tour of the coun- ENROLL YOUR
CHILD
the Heights had petitioned the county authorities against try. While In Gainesville Mns. NOW IN

the construction and operation of this club. They wanted Agnes Dell and Mrs. Mable Dixon ''PERRY'S DEBBIE PLAYLAND
110 liquor in their neighborhood. joined the entourage. Mr.
However a permit was and Mrs. NURSERY
issued and the Spencer Murray of Lib SCHOOL AND
building completed.
erty City played host to the
The promoters of the club included two men who at group of travelers. KINDERGARTEN

the time the permit was issued were employees in the
By the time read
this
zoning you ,
department.
They have since
resigned. popular Liberty City beautician,
On Tuesday of this week County Attorney Darrey Mrs. Emma Summerset will be

.Davis.... __ who_...._..1-1 is against L .A.u issuing. .... the. club_a liquor_ license, said back from vacation.
iu\ju ojiuuju u<- Iougner u.cbi.u zonIng rules for private
Rosetta
Smith winner of the "
YaFi
clubs.The I Barmaids' Contest on Sunday
club is only 450 feet from a church. He recom- night July 30 and who is em-

mended that a certificate of occupancy be denied. ployed at the Savoy Satellite
Lounge will leave
for Nassauon
Davis said the club got a building permit because of Monday. She was awarded a

"vagueness of the existing provisions of the county zon- trip to Atlantic City, but has de

laws.ing code" and lack of coordination with. the general cided on Nassau.


"If the neighbors had not protested it would have given Barbara a surprise Rolle birthday Burrows party was j 1 i

right at luxurious ,
gone on through. Hampton House

Davis said it is the responsibility of the county Saturday night Aug. 5 by a host I :
of friends. And a gala eveningwas
Building and Zoning Department to see that the state enjoyed by all. Such tunes I''' UNDKIl TllA'JVKD GUIDANCE

liquor laws are followed. Once a county occupancy permit as Danny Boy Yellow Bird, Canadian For Information: 4800 N.W. 24th Court

is issued granting of the license by the state is practi- Sunset and most of all Phone NE 4.8315 NE 5-8052
cally automatic. Happy Birthday were well received or
i by the Myrtle Jones Trio. MILS. IOSTA PKItllV, 8171'KIIVISOK.
He also proposed that employees in the Building and' --- .
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involving private club permits issued by the department. will leave for New York City I -'- ,
Saturday
night
on a short vacation.
They will also attend the I

Inadvertently omitted from our Notebook last week Omega Pal Phi Golden Anniversary 2 3

was one of our outstanding oldtimers who is still in bus- D.C. Conclave in Washington, or BedroomCBS

iness-Willie Rivers. Bill, as we call him, gave employ-

ment to many people. He had a restaurant, bar and grill Harry Hannah, baby brotherof

and a ballroom. Many will remember the Della Robia wife John and and Car!, brought the Hornet
seven children home.
Gardens, Rockland Palace, the Honey Boys Orchestra, Only 36, Harry winds up 20 yearsof .. .., ,, ,,.'
Hartley Toote 'Orchestra. Bill also had a business going in Army, Navy and Marine ser .

Saratoga, New York, where he spent his summers. vice this month. I at 728 N. W.
77th
We have had several favorable comments on the Henry McKinney was down St.

Oldtimers column last week. We thought it would be from West Palm Beach on Mon Large Florida
something different for our readers to talk about. Thank day for a look-in on daughter Hardwood room, can be used as 3rd bedroom.
Barbara and a visit with his sister flooring, tile roof, jaloutied front porch
you. ,
who was In town. nicely landscaped, furnished with air condition and

Sgt. and Mrs. Ezekiel Everett refrigerator. Schools and churches near by. FHA

Crusaders Say Greater Bethel . . 4.95 and two children. Willie and mortgage payable about $75 a month. Low down
New Mt. Morlah . . 10.26 Ezekiel Jr., of Washington, D. payment.
Rev. A. L. Shlpp pastor C. are spending two weeks vacation

ThanksWe Kelly Chapel . . 1.13 In Miami and New TV
Rev. Leroy Dell, pastor Smyrna Beach In Miami they are
the members of Crusader Ml. Zion Baptist . . 32.39 the guests of Sgt. Everett's brother CALL OWNER
Club of the NAACP wish to Rev E. T. Graham Joe and Mrs. Everett, 3121 ,. PL 7-9926
thank the people: of the community pastor NW 53rd St. In New From
for their liberal contribution Rev. N. F. Clark . 12.79 they will visit with their Smyrna 9 a.m. to 5 p.m daily or
Total . . . cousinsMr.
on our tag day drlre. We $152.37 and Mrs.! Henry Davis Jr. PL 9-2800 .
want to also thank the churches Again we thank you. EVENINGS
that were so kind Mrs. Mary L. Drown Is the Inspector Fred Seymour of the
Temple Baptist . $9.82 president Mrs. C. B. Pitta sup Nassau Police Is vacationing In Saturday and SundayPAGE
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I SATURDAY, AUGUST '12, 1961 PAGE 5

Christian Hospital '

MALE AND FEMALE I I County Fair

Board of TrusteesDr. Construction work, "clerical, Meet me at the county' fair.
heavy equipment operators I When? Saturday, Aug. 12 at
\V. A. Chapman Jr., Miami ,cooks linkers laborers, helpers 8 p.m. Where? 7100 NW 22nd
I dentist, has been elected and truck drhers. Laborers makeup ave. Sponsored by' the Derean
a ',, I chairman of the Board of Trus to $1,100 per'month including SDA Church.
tees of the Christian Hospital. overtime. Free room and board.
+ P T Dr. Chapman replaces Judge. Names and address of companies I FENCING
L E. Thomas' who served the I now hiring overseas. Jobs in
past year. Garth C. Reeves was the U. S. A. Civil'I Service opening Concrete and Chain Link
elected first vice chairman and I and where to apply. This Is ,
::1 Moe Levin, second vice chair- not an employment agency. This Fencing
man. Other officers include Dr. Is an employment counselor ser> Curbing
James E. Hogan, secretary' and vice. Information as to'h ro I
Mrs. Dana Dorsey Chapman, there Is work. Send one dollar ; Stepping Stones
treasurer. Other members of the ($1.00)) Tamiaini Career Conn I
S board Include Charles R. Hadley, so'or;. Tamtam 1 Station 44, Box Clothes Poles
'd' ,. Luther L. Brooks, Miss Marie 145, Miami, .]a. ,
White, Mrs. Florence Marko- W. J. Schroll Markers
witz, Judge Henderson, Leo
Robinson and Eugene Kemp. 7921 S.W. 49th St. Call NE 4.0165

'The new chairman Immediately Miami 44, Fla. Free Estimates
embarked upon a drive to urge
Mlamlans to pledge from $5.00 '--' -
to $25 monthly for one to two I .
years to liquidate the $75,000 Y'h'C"
l debt of the hospital for equip- See Of The
ment and furnishings purchased r' e'a'm
Y ? prior to Its opening two years


ago.Mays Student Crop


1.rxYl Receives Honor 1221 N.W. 50th Street

Marlon Lacell Walker, 16, DELUXE DUPLEX OPPOSITE MANOR PARK
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willie One side completely air conditioned. Other side fur-
Henry Walker, 71446 SW 112th
Ave... Goulds, ( has received an': nished., Could be' 3. bedrooms.. .
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I'achievement pin) for proficiency
+ .. ... ... ..a.J in Spanish. --.--

A brand new preseason mtisl ..---- -- She maintains a 13 average as
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cal revue makes its Miami premier an 11th grade student at Mays 1095 N.W. 50th Street
Friday night at the recent Dies at 88Continued High School, has been nominated .
ly renovated Hampton House, from pane 1 for the Miami Herald's To Beautiful 2-bedroom house with Florida room. On
42nd St and NW 27th ave. I Buchman In recent years in day's Teen award by a group of nicely landscaped, double corner lot. All fenced in.
Kicking off with a midnight vited many' African leaders who faculty and student leaders, and
show the new weekend enter' had responded. to MRA to come was elected president of the Bbth Open Sunday 4 to 7 p.m.
tainment policy will feature a I to America with a constructive Mary McLeod Dethune chapter

late, late show on Saturday inswer. The MRA__ _film n_ "Pren.dom" ___. of National Honor Society. We have hundreds of others. Two bedrooms, 3 bedrooms
nights beginning sometime
made by Africans In Nljeria -
around 3 a.m. powerfully rought a unit. Baptist Leader Dies and duplexes. As little as $400 cash down.

Titled "Le Petite Affaire," ing Ideology to bear in many of
the new gala has been built by the trouble spots of this country. In Palm BeachThe Why pay rent when you can own your own home?
Dr. O. Lake
Imes, secretary to
Miami Beach star Napoleon
the late Booker Rev. J. M. Coleman, noted
T. Washington
Reed with Mrs. Reed doing ,
ser-
laid of DuchmanVr Initiative, "It religiou leader and pastor in EDISON REALTYOpen
vice as bootees for the shindig.
the Palm Beach for
is the boldest and most audacious area almost
Produced and choreographed by approach to the fundamental 50 years, died at Palm Beach
Shon McOowan, the lineup features ,
problems of human relations in hospital last Friday from 9 to 9 daily
MC-Comedlan Flip Wilson
our Rev Dr. Coleman was expositor
age.
and popular song etylist Oil Nel- : During the spring of 1958 for the State Baptist Convention
a
son. I MRA force of 300 drawn from 30 for many years. He pas- 175 N.W. 62nd St. PL 12441A
Andre, who whipped up the countries brought the play "The Cored Tabernacle Baptist Church
costumes for the recent Miss Crowning Experience" to Atlanta 21 years; organized and pastored
Universe dazzler and the "Holi Ga., where for four months Mt. Ollead, and his last pastor
day on Ice" heat-fceater, has pro- I It played to multi-racial audi- ate Wlat Union Baptist.
vided the cast with several I encees. The Association of Colored I I I Services were held: Thursday
changes of sparkling new costumes Women' Clubs of America afternoon at Antioch Institutional -
for this doldrums defyer. presented Buchman with their i Baptist Church.
I
Meanwhile, back at the mid annual award as "the greatest
week lull, the peconnlal swing- humanitarian of them all."
sters, the Myrtle Jones Trio, $1,000 DOWN T
held forth from 10 p.m. on, Job
every night except Monday and Opportunities Open Sunday
Tuesday. The new policy re CJrwiU-r Miami Urban League, NEW HOME BOOTIN'TOOTIN'
quests jackets for the, gents and 305 XW First St., II. Allen .
reservations would help guarantee \Vheatley Jr., vocational Cervices If you are looking for some &
you a seat at the midnight secretary. Phone PH 1-0170. thing different in a 3.bed. _
soirees. Phone Bob Markowitz Chemist (GS-5 GS-15) J
or Harold Kemp, NE 30511. Duplicating Equipment Operator room, 2 bath, Florida room, \
Engineering Designer garage, come to (
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Motion Picture Specialist OS II 3011 N.W. 52nd St.
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MIAMI TIMES MiAMi, FLORIDA Personal Mention
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left last
Sire Claudia Cooper
PAGE fJ SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1961 Mr. and Mrs. J. Hartman Taylor Saturday for Brooklyn to spend DON'T COST THEY
of ai50 NW 60th St., cele- her vacation with her relatives.She PAY

brated their. 20th wedding anniversary returns in two weeks. ...........................-..............
last Monday, Aug. 7.

Pres. Kennedy to Name George Allen of Sanford has
completed his first year at the Business Property For Sale7th
University of Florida in Canines-
yule and plans to continue his Ave. business or professional location. Look to
First law studies there. He says he has.
I. Negro Judge been students.well received by his fellow the near future. Near main, Bonded Collection

Hyannis Port Mass President Assistant White House Press Agency. CBS building. Size 36x16. Lot 50x113.
Kennedy has decided to Secretary Andre T. Hatcher de- of Brook-
Rochford
Mrs. Rita,
name the first Negro In history to clined Saturday to make a formal lyn spent four days visiting Mrs. Ample parking rear of building. Reasonable down
the United States district court announcement.Four Grove.
Ethel Dunn of Coconut Priced right good terms. 4208 NW 7th
bench. payment. ,
Negroes have been Mrs. Rochford, a native of Trinidad -

The appointment will go to judges In the predominantly Negro pent some time in her native Ave. PL 1.7889 or PL 95221.
James Benton Pareons, now a Virgin Islands, but judges country before coming to Miami
Cook County (Chicago) Judge. there are appointed for specific for the first time. ---. --
Informed sources said Par. terms, Instead of for a lifetime
sons' appointment will be an- tenure, such aq Parsons would Mrs. Roslyn Dunn Mitchelland
nounced formally this week. have children, Beverly, Kevin and
Willis, spent some time with her
mother, Mrs. Ethel Dunn and NOW
I Iu brother, George and other rela-
I IN-AROUND THE BAHAMAS tives. Mrs. Mitchell, a former
Miamian, returned on Friday to
= WW d= = .1 her home in Brooklyn.

-The Caribbean Bottling Co., is to raise funds to build roads I
.
Ltd., affiliate of Wometco Enterprises and hurricane harbors, it Is reported ,Mrs. Carol Saunders spent 3 LOCATIONS
Inc., has been granted The tax Is three pencea three days here visiting relativesand I
I friends. Enroute to Miami'
a franchise by Canada Dry Inter gallon.It
national Inc., to bottle and dis- from Pittsburgh she spent a few
tribute Canada Dry ginger ale, is estimated that 10,583 days In Trinidad with her friend ;
tonic soda and flavors in the pairs of flamingoes nested this Mrs. Rita Rochford.
Bahamas. A plant being built in year at Inagua. This was the TO SERVEYOU
Nassau! will be open this month largest number in ten years. Mrs. Saunders Is the sister of I
and will be used for boUangCanada Sam and Jim Nixon, wardens, George Dunn of Opa Locka.
Dry products and Pepsi- actually lived with the birds
Cola. during the nesting season, and Dr. and Mrs. Albert T. Ed- _
made the count. wards and children, Karen and
Elvan Rose and James Ingra Albert Jr., have returned from
ham who are serving a life sentence St. Paul Ushers their vacation in Mexico. They 'n 1
for the killing of prison visited Mexico City, Taxco, Aca-
overseer OtLs King in October, 37th AnniversaryEveryone pulco and Cuanavaco. Their vacation -
24 was a most enjoyable one.
1960, were flown on July
from Nassau to the United King- la cordially Invitedto
dow to serve the rest of their attend the 37th anniversaryof Mrs. Jullta Pompey and son
term. Ushers Board No. 1 of St. Douglas returned to New Yorkon
Pau AME Church on Sunday Friday after spending some
The House of Assembly on afternoon Aug. 13, 3 p.m., 1901 time with her parents and other
NW 4th court. A very unique --- -
July 27, passed a bill changingthe --
divorce laws of the Bahamas.The program has been arranged for
new ruling reduces the time your enjoyment. STATE TEA
between the granting of a de- Rev. Roscoe Jackson will >be
cree nisi and a final degree in a the principal speaker.
Range Lawn
divorce case from three monthsto Miss Clara Bell Hilton, president -I 4 p.m.
six weeks. Verbal sparks flew Rev. M. J. Fayson, pastor.
but the oposltlon was not Sunday, August 22 0
strong enough.
(Incarnation)
Advertise It Pays!
,Miss Esther Bastian of Man __
grove Cay, Andros and Edward I Opa Locka
Williamson of Acklins Island
were married at Mt. Calvary 2530 Service Road MU 8-3311
Baptist Church on August 26. Sunlight Beauty SchoolGive
The Rev. W. 0. McPhee performed
the ceremony.In yourself a life-long profession Liberty City

a ceremony performed by ENROLL NOW 6942 N.W. 15th Ave. OX 1.7661
the Rev. Canon Milton Cooper at .
St. Agnes Church on July 26, Special Low Down Payment
Miss Orollne Monroe, daughterof Homestead
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Monroe, CALL FR 4-9998
was married to Mr. Jenece May 447 S.W. 7th Ave. CI 7.9771
cock son of Mr. and Mrs. Wash.
tie Maycock. They are native of;

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George L. Smith was unanimously HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES
convicted of arson by a Complete understanding and sincere service to
Supreme Court jury July 25, in
setting and fire Mlnera to the Ash home his of neigh Timothy NEED MONEY TO GO TO COLLEGE ? families of all financial means are cardinal rules at

bors, in an alley off Kemp Roadon the House of Albert.
June 4. He is Insane and was Work evenings near home.. Earn $30-$40 per week
sentenced to detention at the
Sandilands Mental Hospital. commission serving Avon customers in your neigh The BEST needn't cost more. The question of

A group of Negro teachers, borhood. We will train you. For information call quality needn't be price. We give the same unstinting

beauticians, milliners, business
women and housewives arrivedin Mrs. Thelma Harris FR 1-6407 or NA 1-3840 s2 service and personal attention to every bereaved

Nassau from Texas on July family
regardless of the
25. During their tour of New amount spent.
Providence they visited the
Adastra Gardens.A :: :: J <:

Bill to levy inland tax on Complete Funerals
Announcing the Opening of
gas and oil was passed in the
House of Assembly on July 25.

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Between The Lines SOCIAL SECURITY SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1961( PAGE 7RUPTURED


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By GORDON HANCOCK for ANP

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:' Some weeks ago the Raleigh, -' COST. ,
N.C. Carolinian had a most sensible In my last article on the 1961 PILES| RECTAL DISEASESDR.
!H. editorial, In which It urged amendments to the social secur u.j1rn&&
.I;-, t'>'. upon Negroes riding the common ity law, I described the increasein LONG'S CLINIC ,,irJTS: : IT.PEOPLES .
\. carriers to "take a bath and put the. social security benefits
on clean clothes" payable to aged widows and
a ..,:Y. .a-
; This simple exhortation was widowers and to certain aged dependent
linked wtlh the larger matter of parents.In DRUG STORE BARBECUEAND
Integration and It
was Intimatedthat this article: I would like to LUNCHEONETTE
by such simple steps Integration
tell you about another group
would such be facilitated. Of whose social security benefits 402 and 406 N.W. 8th Street FR 4-5874
course
pointed editorialline I
are raised. They are the 2,175-
Is not popular, nor has It
who receive
ever been. ,000 persons now social Drug Store BarB.QueSpeclAUztn
security benefits at or near
People are Inclined to turn a the Negro newspaper which has the minimum level of $33 a in prescriptions, Featuring breakfast, lunch
deaf ear to the truth and listento become more and more powerfulIn month. patent medicines and sundries auj dinner. Old Hickory Barbecue -
the affairs of the Negro race. from 5
the p.m.
of the
song siren. For a The change raises the minimum Open doily 0:30 A.m. 12 p.m
quarter of a century this column's When the Negro newspaperstake level to $40 a month. Under the Fri, Sat. to It80 a.m. Open Fri & Sat. to 2:30 &om
doctrine of jab-consciousness has up in concert the chant new law, the lowest benefit payable
not been popular and has always "take bath and put on clean to a worker who retired at Satisfaction Guaranteed Free Delivery
provoked a subtle resentment, clothes" when you venture out 66 or later will be $40,' beginningwith
although by this same job-con* In public, we are going to havea the checks mailed early in
Bclousness the Negro lives and people with pride in their ap September.
moves and has his being. pearance. Popular and fancy
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Plain talk may be ever eo re talk have their place but there Dependents of these retired
pulsive but It Is tremendously is pressing need for more "plain workers will also receive Increases
essential and can be tremendously talk." In their benefits if the
Important through the current Increase will not raise the total STAR MEAT MARKET
crisis. When Ralph McOlll, towering I family payments above $60
statesman of the nation and ed Where there ia i only one person
Negroes can 'be taught with itor of the Atlanta Constitution getting benefits based on the
profit that not only must the spoke at Harvard's commencement social security account of a I 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
Negro who rides upon Integral- he dealt in plain talk worker who has died, the sur- ;
ted common carriers "take a when he said that one of the vivor will have his or her .
bath and put on clean clothes" complicating problem of the monthly payment increased to
but he must be taught that current ruptured race relations $40. THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
good manners and politeness still in the south was stemming from These increases, amounting to
carry weight in the world.Of the fact that the greatest legal an estimated $225 million dur- *
course It will be contended talent of the South was engagednot ing the first 12 months they will
that there are dirty whites in observing the laws of the be in effect, will be made auto
aboard and whose land ''but in circumventing) them. matically.: There is no need for
manners are
absent too often and uncouth; He was speaking plainly in the crease.beneficiaries to apply for the in Fresh Meat-Low PricesJREEFOREVER
but whites can get away with he
North even as speaks plainlyin
their bad and uncouth. manners
the South. Currently Ralph
but Negroes cannot. McOlll Is the South's greatest :Join NAACP Today
statesman because he 1 is lookingover
A white person who is dirty I
and has uncouth manners is just the shoulders: of his below
another individual, but the Ne ed South at>r the world in social
revolution:
gro of like manners becomes the

race.We Ralph McGill is in no eenae a
need a lot of popular and Negrophobe, he Is a patriot and
essential talk about the Negro's statesman. He is not afraid of
rights and aspiration and God plain talk. President Nathan
forbid that such talk should Pusey of Harvard University in
cease, while the Negro race Is his baccalaureate sermon to the
fettered with second rate citizenship class: of 1961 exhorted the class chore !
but we also need plain to "learn how to pray for I from a never-ending messy 'I
.: talc! about "taking a bath and strength to meet the problems of
putting on clean clothes" whenwe these critical times." dishwasher
go out in public and ride the An electric
common carriers. Pretty plain to talk from the
president of the richest university saves precious"extra hours" for fun and family
Upon whom does the burdenof In the world. The time for
this plain talk rest? It restsin plain: talk is at hand.
great measure upon our thou t }1 7\\ !.e I> ( fJt fP 'J. ;Ij af ilillw..m
sands and thousands of teachers
who are being blessed with lucra Free Chest X-Rays ", Don't ever wash another dish by hand! Your hands will be smoother, softer,

tive unparallelled.salaries and opportunities At AG Food StoreFree In an Electric Dishwasher you can lovelier.. .your kitchen tidier. your

The Negro pulpit must share chest X-rays will be tack up dirty dishes, glasses, silverware mealtimes happy times because an Elec

more and, more the Important responsibility available at the following places and even pots 'n pans. Simply tric Dishwasher ends forever the messy
of preaching the gos this week
pel of cleanliness along with Earls Market, NW 22nd ave- press a button and they'll be pre-f1need drudgery of dishwashing. ;
the gospel of righteousness, for at 79th st. will be the locationfor and washed in water far hotter than And remember, for the extra conven
the old maxim that cleanliness unit No. 3 from the Florida ItnCfOfadependablelupplyoChotwatcrand
rinsed again
is next to godliness has never State Doard of Health: Monday, hands can stand, then
been seriously challenged.The Aug. 14 the unit will operate dried shining clean. The whole for all your needs, there's nothing like

family of course has a responsibility from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 3 job is done quickly and automatically, a Flameless Electric Water Heater for
p.m. to 6 p.m. On Tuesday, Aug. of mind.fasterl .
and
but the fact that efficiency, safety peace
15 the hours will be 1 p.m. to 4p.m. drying and all.
these sloven creatures
dirty have
and 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. modern I
come out of the family shawl A&D Food Store, NW 54th St. cleanerl easier!
that such families: defaulted
have at 27 the ave. will be the loca S.. th. BUILT-IN and PORTABLE El.ctrlc OlthwMh.r.
and themselves stand in needof I Don't delay' the hippy d.y.
help. tion Wednesday through Friday. at Uctrlo appliance dul.. and plumbing contractor, .
your
The hours on Wednesday, Aug.I
The Negro newspapers are the 18 will be 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and .
only media that can reach those 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. On Thursdayand tl,
unreached by the school and Friday the hours will be 1
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Robert Thomas, professor of GRAND OPENING3..C
music at the Dade County Junior
College, will play a leading role
In the YMCA's musical soiree,
Sunday at 4:30: p.m. in the
Breezeway at the Carver Branch.Mr. .
Thomas will be assisted by BAR
.
Arthur L. Evans, choral directorat
r Northwestern Senior High
k School.

a r.. Other participants on the program 5211: W.W. 17th Ave.
rendering the compositionsof
George Frederick Handel are:
S ? I IH Miss Sandra Fox, Phillip Cooper, OPEN HOUSE
; Samuel Rolle, Fred Seymour, (
r James Ford, Milton
Wright and a ,FRIDAY, AUGUST 11,1961Miami's +
Walter Anders, The Dorsey Junior -
High School Chorus will also
Newest
appear. Ebony Bar

Mr. Thomas received his Mas COLDEST BEER AROUND
t'y ter of Music degree from Southern
r M Illinois University. He played DRAFT BEER 5c A GLASS
in the Marine Corps Band for
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years. He served as assls.tant and 'New Friends Here
Shown above are some of the and mental health of the Indi professor of music and assistant
participants on the closing pro vidual child and will Induce the director of the Marching! I COME IN LET'S GET ACQUAINTED
gram 'Summer Recreation Pano growth of Ideals of character, Band at Florida A and M University
rama" held recently at the Dun standards of social behavior, for four years. Presently he Shirley and Mary, Barmaids
bar Elementary School. Appear proper attitudes of citizenship, serves as minister of music at
ing on the formal program were and cooperation with other members the Church of the
Alexander Whymer, Shereda Pin- of a social group." Incarnation. t U.i tI{<< -t {i t'\I({ ti t t -t
der, Carey Qholston: Letitia We appreciate the cooperationand Some of the followisg rend i-
Hannah, Delores Lanier, George assistance of former Dunbar ditions to ibe featured are recordings 11 J )I\ : 1 } } )]} $ f
Littles, Paula Brooks, Eugene pupils, especially Carey Ghol- of excerpts from the
Cleare (Library assistant), Hen ston, art and George Littles, dramatics "Messiah," "Violin Concerto in WITH PLEASURE ,
ry Rolle (library aide), Carol Bragg Turner, Dunbar : D Major," and "Concerto Grosso
Lewis, Deborah Lewis, Patricia chairman; Ward Burgess, zone F Major No.9". Other rend
Wright, Grace Kennedy and Pa coordinator and T. J. Bleler, tions will Include "Ode for St. THE
tricia Thomas. A special featurewas supervisor, Cecelia's Day," "The Trumpet's FIESTA CLUB
the showing of a movie Loud Clamor," "Ah, Poor
"Summer Program" made by Heart." "Thus Salth The Lord," .
Robert Wilcox of the staff. Another HOUSKWIVES You can make "But Who May Abide," "Where PROUDLY PRESENTS
feature was the playbackof big money selling Lena Home E're You Walk" and others.
the first five tape recorded Beauty Products! Act today! 20 The public is cordially Invited
book reviews. NW 1st Ave., FR 44800. entertainment.to be a part of this cultural KELSAN'SSATIN

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books) were presented by the AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCEIF
librarian, Mrs. Love. Refreshments
were served by staffer, YOU ARE A GOOD DRIVER?
Mrs. Lua: Smith at the close of i
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Save $20 Entitled"Drums
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first Leisure Library, Program Including Saturday
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CORRECTIONThe
1 LETTER TO THE EDITOR the 34th convention
report on
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA at Belie Glade of the
PHIL OSSOFER What Price For Pallbearers of America In our
AUGUST 12 1961.a.o..o.uwwa WM written by Mrs.
SATURDAY, Aug. 6 issue
PAGE 10
Equality? Bloneva Monroe. H4r name was
SAYS: "Together we stand, and divided erroneously carried over the

will receive a tea bag, one we fall," has been the words story of the Lily White Associa
/ / / / will son contain the sscret prize. :::;;; :7 echoed by militant leaders, as Hon of which she is not con

Please come and make this a I read recently that most of well as followers, of nations and nected.
Broward gala affair. The speaker will be our troubles overseas are due to minority groups. Each dedicat
; Franklin Clark. Lawrence Smith the 'barriers of language. Also, a ing himself to a' cause, a cause Richmond Heights
I
County and Essie Mae Clark will do number of cases of stupidity that may cost him many sacrifices
l' h. the congress numbers. The tea iratssnesa; and corruption have sometimes death for Woman's ClubOn
is sponsored by Mrs. E. J, Clark. contributed; to a lowering of our himself or the deaths of his lov '
; 29 the
News lands. Saturday, 'July
foreign
in
prestige ed ones. '
"' .r..l... of Heights Woma.n'sClub
Richmond
The 11th anniversary of the What price are the Negroes
Iy'Valter : pastor and church of Central Efforts are now being made to Dade .County paying for equality sponsored an outing on Virginia
Baptist will begin on the 17th establish a foreign service ? Are the Martin Luther Kings, Key Beach for 17 girls
Bowe icademy, offering 4 year courses Fr. Gibsons, Edward T. from the dependent home In
f through tno 20.:: the
u,oxoKaa Thursday night will be the which would emphasize languages Grahams, G. E. Graves, the cou- Kendall.
and the culture, history and fight The club has been the spon-
of Com Sister Monica Sit-Downers
CWH Chamber welcome program. rageous young
The meets Monday night, Aug. Jolly, E. Ramsey, Rosa Cunningham economy of other countries. Thiss ing a battle alone? Are we less sor of a .cottage for dependent
merce Chamber of Commerce and Inez Salter will be commendable step, fostering dedicated than the Christianswere girls for the past year. The girls
14 at the. in charge. tellow human beings of different in their religious fight, the along with the two house parentsand
Building.Rev. understanding between us and Ku Klux club members had a very
Friday night, Rev. Leon Jews, the Indians, the
King will organizethe Brown and congregation of the languages and cultures. Klansmen, the Reds? Is one pork enjoyable time.
Ellis
New Primitive Baptist 3t. Adorkus African Universal However, while we are consld- chop from one store more Important
Church in charge. Refreshmentsto to you than equality
improve-
this community on ring these necessary
In
Church Wednesday night, Aug. 16 at 8 follow. cents in our dealings with others Let it no longer be said that the SCHOOL TEACHERS! Lena
his
o'clock at 4200 SW 18th St., W. Sunday morning the anniver- ve should also consider betterng Negro can be bought through Home invites yon to Join in an
will be preached by stomach.
Hollywood. Rev. P. D. Brantleyof sary sermon our relationships with fellow exciting career with big profits!
Butler, Boynton centuries worthwhile
of Miami Rev. J. A. American citizens whoare For many
Israel Baptist Church and share 20 NAV 1st Ave. FR 44800.
community is Beach Please come being effected by our'language" things have been accomplished -
The
will preach. our blessings with us. Rev, E. J. barriers, and whom through organized groups
welcome. Clark, pastor. ve have ill-treated through the that one cannot put in his stomach :
but the thing that should :;: = = = = =
kind of stupidity, crassness
will be Vera Thompson of Mt. ame
Mrs.
services individual .
Dedicatory most to any
has been evllenced mean
md corruption as
held at New Macedonia Baptist Olivet was! with the missionaries abroad. human dignity which can only COMING!
Church, 2201 SW 48th Ave. Aug. 'ttendlng Westminster Baptist be obtained through equality.
13 at 3 p.m. Rev. C. Pete, pas- Church Sunday, July 30. Failure to speak the language Bewildered YMCA'S
tor of Mt. Calvary Baptist ofPompano ot love and dignity to fellow cltl-
will deliver the roes Free Eye Clinic ens whose color is different I Musical Soiree
sage. Come out and Join in withus. ban one's own impresses foreIgners -
Rev. N. H. Phillips, pastor. For ChildrenThe far more unfavorably I Advertise.- It Pays! -d = :: :;: :

Edwards and Coral Way Jewish Center ban the barriers of languageover
Mrs. Margarette week announcedthat there. Our inconslstancy
Men's Club this
Mrs. Harry Lee Edwards, beauticians they are continuing their abroad only proves our laxity at
of unit No. 36 are back I
for school child home.
home after attending the 18th free Eye Clinic

annual Beauticians Clinic and I ren.Dr. chairman If we do establish a "West
Heroei. iSeltman,
Florida A and M
Workshop at Point" of diplomacy, let's includea
I the Clinic Project,
of Eye
University.. They had a coursein course emphasizing brotherlylove
special training in advance said he and his committee mem- In America. After all, if you r
will be at the Coral Way
bers
cosmetoogy: and hair styling prestigein
want to improve your
St.
SW 16th
8755
under the direction of Bill Simmons Jewish Center,
of New York, Mrs. Wal on August 16 from 9 a.m. till 4 foreign lands, you must de 4 iq 1t'

lace of Orlando and Mrs. E. M. p.m.All velop it at home.EXPERT I
Cramer, the director of beauty children from 7 to 17 are
%
culture at A and M. They reported eligible for the free Eye Clinic I bL
screening The children mut be
a very successful two WATCH AND
weeks. accompanied by a parent or given
written permission.The CLOCK REPAIRSAndrews'
The ,beauticians of West Hol project is nonsectarianand
lywood and Hallandale will all religious organizations, Jewelers
sponsor their print dress ball civic groups, day camps, and
Monday, Aug. 14 at the Paradise nurseries are Invited to bring 303 N.W. 2nd Ave. f
Club in Liberia. Donation their children to the clinic in All work guarahteet
$1.25. Tables free. groups or individually.The .
clinic is free and Dr. Bellman 40 Years In Business

Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clockat urges that parents have FR 3-0152
Central Baptist Church there their children's eyes screened be L
will be a Secret Tea. Each per fore school start in the fall.

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA tourney on Sunday. Sorry I
Pro Gridiron Players Balk can't be there, 'but the best of
SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1961 PAGE 11 luck to all of the members. Most
likely Mayme will not play be-
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a visit from New York. Ron
at Segregated Stands nle is coming in on Sunday a.m.
and she is the type to upset the
boys on the tee.
Two National Football League Around Miami
clubs sought an answer Tuesday I
for an NAACP leader who has Calendar TeaA NEWS COMES that Chicklo I
asked the teams' Negro playersnot Home and Dinah Washington
to play in an exhibition Calendar; Tea will be
given
y DAVE BONDU will be on the same how with
game at Roanoke, Va., Satur dponoreu by Seminole Chapter that great M.C., show producer,
day night.In .io. 17 of Oi S, Sunday, Aug. 1U Dave J3ondu better known as
telegrams cent to 19 players at the Dixie lark Auditorium, ... .;.--:; 't.D.-: the Great Mr. Swing. I say all of
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seven Baltimore Colts and Uth St. and 3rd ave, from 4 ,totS ;- this now, 'cause after Dinah
12 Pittsburgh Steelers the p.m. The public. is invited. NASSAU, BAHAMAS-MarleU fine golfer). Moss is the public and Chickle get off the stage, I
Rev. R. R. Wllkemon of Roan Hattie Mottage is worthy mat I ta's Guest House In Okra Hill is relations man for Coca Cola. Entertaining won't even be noticed. I have to
oke said the players should re iron and Amanda U'Bryant, headquarters for this column as our famous guests get my plug in now. Yes, Dinah
fuse to compete in Victory Stad chairman. A12 well as myself. I thought that was Errol Leech, the fabulousman will be at the Cat and Fiddle
ium because seats are being soldon after two weeks here, there who is attached to the Bahamas Saturday, Sunday and Monday,
a segregated basis. wouldn't be much to write about, Government and Communications the 19th of August lliru the
At Westminster, Pa., the State Tea Set Aug but I was wrong. There is still System. We ran into 21st.
Colts' training camp, General much to say. People that you Mrs. Beatrice Williams of Fort
Manager Don Kellett said only and I know, come here to spend 'Lauderdale who teaches at Sun-
Lenny Moore, All-Pro halfbackand 22 at Range Lawn the weekend or a week or two, I. land Elementary School and Mrs. TILL NEXT Week, Live Life
Fullback Joe Perry had received and much to my surprise I run Arlene Broxton, a teacher at Every Golden Minute of it and
such wire Tue Episcopal Church Woo into most of them at Marietta's. 'Brownsville Junior High. I look. believe Mayme when she says
Moore said he would "certainly men of the incarnation cordially Oh, I agree that there are many ed for Mayme and she was dancing every minute is golden in Nas
be unhappy about playing under invite you to attend their an- places In Nassau to stay with Joseph Mackey, teacherat sau.
such conditions. I hope the auai state tea. This is one of our places: like the British Colonial, BTW. I
Colts can work out something." jpeciacmar events of the year. which has everything to offer.
come: out for an evening of The Emerald Beach Hotel and
en.eriumiaent
A spokesman for the Steelers
TIlE) PAR
AND
BIRDIE] Clubof
said four of their players had : and bring your Howard Johnson's Nassau Beach Miami will have Its I Advertise! It Pays1 I I
monthly
received telegrams from Wllker frieds. We will took forward to Lodge, these are beautiful, lush
son. The problem was being discussed greeting you at the Mange Lawnun peaces, but at Marietta's it is like I
he said, by John Henry bunday, Aug. 27 at 4 p.m. a homely feelln warmth and :: ..: r--- :: I
Johnson, Gene (Big Daddy) tour: patronage is sure to make friendliness and its prices are the
John kbit auair a success. rate that you and I, the workmg .
Lipscomb, Nisby and Charley
Scales Mrs. i'heinio McDonald, chairman man, can afford.
who received the i
wires and the team's other Fatuer illlsua Clarke, vicar..tCelJy' WIN PRIZES !
Negroes. 1'IILTTY GIRL of The Weekt
Roanoke's Victory Stadium is Martha Jacobs (Ft. Lauderdale
segregated under a Virginia law 8 Chapel school marm) Pretty Boy of
affecting places of public assemb' the Week: Clyde Young .
lage. Million Dollar Man About Town: Harold Kemp. By Listening To

Wedding FUNNY HOW news travels .
Richard McCIarys People over here were telling me
liio MetLodiat Youth Fellow. about a club downtown Miami
HonoredOne Jhip of Kelly 8 Chapel Methodist that had opened its doors to WMBN
C'nurch is having its third annual everybody and the owner was ar
of the unique means of Million Uouar wedding on Aug. rested for making derogatry remarks -
being entertained while visiting t/, 'itsu S p.m. at the church, about the police depart
Mrs. Oscar Range, their daughter 105 NW 16th ave. ment. Oh, come now, how silly When your favorite WMBM disc jockey calls you,
.in.law, was a travelogue glv can Chief Headley allow his men answer phone by saying "WMBM" and Identify
your
ven by Mrs. Estlla Williams on Prior to the wedding, to choose to act. In two years, I predict
the lawn of their hostess. the bride, a fund raising contestis that all of Miami will be Integrated the disc jockey if you are listening to WMBM. If

Mrs. Williams, niece of the being he.d. Contestants are but it la gonna take the you do this will have $12.20 and if
won
you are
McCIarys: was given the privilege Algeria Prince, vice president of cooperation of ail of us. We you
to also share this experience with Lbe M. Y. !., .sponsored by Mrs.J must learn to stick together. able to name the last commercial, you will win a
several close friends and numer- P. Andrews, and a new member When people open their doors,
.
special prize Remember WMBM and Ide,
of the M. Y. say
F. Marie
ous relatives who showered her Coatou we must patronize them. I say
with many courtesies. In 'addition byunsoted by Mrs. L. W. two years because in the last five tify the disc jockey.
Mr. and Mrs. McClary are Mitchell, W. Y F. counselor.A years we have had integration of

spending their summer vacation mualcai the buses, restaurants, golf CALLS MADE ALL DAY LONG
with their daughter, Mrs. Eddie talented program featuring coursed, stadiums and swimming
Mae Range who resides at 6240 many youth of the city pools, and some of the theatres,
will be held Just before .
the
wed-
NW 22nd court. so why not the night clubs? Negroes
thug ttrwmony.: .1.1e public L s .
Mrs. Williams' relatives and cordially invited. go to the hotels on the
friends were. shown color slides Beach and the Whites come on SPECIAL PRIZES-:
of a tour that began in Oensa, Ituv. Leroy Well, pastor, Ells our side to the clubs. The Biscayne -
Italy, through Port Said, Africa, abeth Bunks, president, Cynthia Terrace, the Columbus'
Red Sea, Aden, Suez Canal, young, secretary. and the McAllister have opened, $122 Cash :: 212.20 Ca.bWa.bing
Pakestlne, Bombay, Celon, Sing- but these people. have not been
apore.Hong Kong, Thlaland, New arrested and harraosed. Machine TV large screen, worth
Delhi Agra and back to Bombay. $250
over
Mrs. Williams left for California MO\iJ Ul to a white.collar jobwith Mil AND :MRS. Hobby MarkS Room Full of Furniture I
,, on August 8 and will leave tho Lena Homo Beauty Products owitz, owners of the Hampton $312.20 Cash
for Japan on August 17. We organization! 2O NW 1st House and their resident manager Refrigerator
wish her an enjoyable and safe Ave., Fit 44800. Harold Kemp, walked in on Hi Fi Set
( trip.SNOW. me while I was doing my showat $412.20 CashTransistor
the Cat and riddle, and guess
Air Conditioner
who was with them? Auhuh, Radio
;I'O\JOOO' ( Myrtle Jones, their star attrac-
AM and FM Radio $512.20 Cash
tion. Also in our audience was
OFFICIALLY Buy More For Less Mrs. Sugar Ray Iloblneon and Clock Radio
Ray Jr. MOM Kendrlx and his
OPEN AT
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James Cut-Rate

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AT KNIGHT BEAT and band, for his popular
Knight Beat Club for Fri. Tonight Tomorrow ,
day, Saturday and Sunday,
FRI. SAL o SUN August 25, 26, and 27. Kil- and Sunday .
lens said that despite the

AUGUST 25 26 27 fact that this attraction is (August 11, 12, 13)
very expensive, he bookedit
THE ONE AND ONLY because he wants to give
the people what they want. TARHEEL SLIM

DINAH WASHINGTONWith Killens added that Big
Maybelle broke all recordsfor

Her Entire Show and Band attendance at the Knight AND LITTLE ANNDirect
Beat -and he predicts that
Including The Dells Quartette DINAH WASHNGTON will from Apollo Theatre in New York City
break Maybelle's record. ., Exponents of Rock N' Roll
Recording Stars Swing, Jazz and Comedy
SPECIAL MATINEE SHOW
Shirley Bowen SUNDAY, AUGUST 27 Admission: Friday & Sunday $1.25

Singer, organist, star of motion picture "Pillow Talk" 4 P.M. Saturday 1.50
With Doris Day
For the convenience of Tables FREE-Ringside Tables Reserved

those persons who cannot .
Special Matinee Show stay up late at nite, or who
work at nite, or who cannot
get to the Knight Beat for Special Matinee Show
27-4 the nite shows, Kittens is
Sunday Aug. p.m. presenting aSPECIAL
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MATINEE SHOW ON SUN. Sun. Aug. 27 4
For Convenience of Those Who Can't Stay up Lateor DAY AFTERNOON, Aug. p.m.
Who Work at Night 27, starting at 4 o'clock.
The same attraction will be Featuring The One and Only
Admission Advance $2.50Door $3.00
: presented at the Matineeas

Advance tickets ,and reserved tables on sale NOW at the nite shows. Dinah WashingtonAnd
At Knight Beat and Sir John Hotel Admission: Advance $2.50
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Door $3.00.Advance .

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if live In Liberty Cityor
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open throughout the summer. H i lHl iH I I9HmB HHEKHfi ''V'ii2! ? ,*'AJU 'jtrf,"ijfat Ajk-t fc/jt- "****
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atmosphere meals, pick for up your service.child. 1456 Hot When better chows are

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1861 1863 N.W. 49th StreetOne
FOR SALELUXURY
Not a Rootman Not God Either But
JUST A GOD SENT MAN HOMES bedroom CBS duplex $1,000 dnown $79 Mo.
One Mortgage
Rev. Shepherd BogaetorsDo ">own payment on your loto
!' home 739 N.W. 50th Street
you havo a problem?
i2 Business Had, 2 bedroom CBS with Florida
Marriage Open Sun. 3-5 p.m. room-$400 Down
Pulling, Cnn't win the man -
P Dr woman you love, ben 1430 NW 59th St. 1460 N.W. 51st Terrace

Crossed, Need Money, I 2161 NW 59th St. 2 bedroom CBS and Florida room-$400 down
Iherything Going Wrong?
i ..l s Health Dad? C ui't Satisfy 1426 NW 58th Ter. 2921 N.W. 70th Terrace

; four Husband or Wife? 1232 NW 55th St. ,2 bedroom CBS-$563 total cash, $75 month

Want a New Home or Car? 3045 N.W. 68th Street
1 3 bedroom, 2 baths, garage,
Florida room, kitchen all 3 bedroom CBS-$500 down

SEE ME TODAYNever electric. .
Corner lois for sale terms
before in the history We have over 150 other homes that are $700 or less
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I CARDS-MEMORIALS DEA THSDEATHS SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1961 PAGE'. 13'
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arrival at Jackson Hospital Aug. 35 #w* .
6AR ) 6F THANKSThe CARD OP THANKS ELSEWHERE] 6. Surviving are her husband COMING -

Funeral services for the Rt. mother Mrs. Rose Walker, five /
sister of the late, To the many friends who were Rev. William Moses D.D., bishop children, five sisters, five broth. 'YMCA'S
MRS. SALLIE .MAE, WATSON so sympathetic durln'.g our recent suffragan of the Diocese of ers. Services will be conducted
wishes to thank her pastor, bereavement in the loss of South Florid were held on Saturday at 1 p.m. at St. Mary's Musical Soiree:"

members and friends for their our dear wife and sister, Polly Monday morning at St. Luke's Wesleyan Methodist Church, ... ,
cards and donations in the time McRae, we wish to express wordsof Cathedral, Orlando. The Rt. Rev. Rev. E. A. Culmer pastor. She = J "
of her bereavement. She also thanks and appreciation to Henry I. Louttit D.D.., bishop of will be on view in the chapel 7 'T
wishes to thank the Manker the Rev. Benson and the con- the Diocese of South Florida, p.m. Friday and in the church .,##############11,,'," '##". .

Funeral Rome. ., gregation of Salters Chapel was ce'ebrant at the Requiem 6 a.m. Saturday. I I
Mrs. Annie M. Mallard Sis AME Church, to Mrs. Range and Eucharist.At THE J. F. DEAL STUDIOS
her efficient staff, to the Lily Graveside services for infant
Whites and the Heroines Of Jericho the same hour or this ser Caldweli, stillborn son of Mr. 307 N.W. 2nd AvenueIs
IN MEMORIAMIn goes special thanks. We vice a similar service was heldIn and Mrs Eddie' Caldwell of 14245
shall always remember our Bishop Moses' home Pariah NW 22nd ct., wll be conducted starting another i,
loving memory of the late faithful neighbors who did all at the pro-Cathedral of St. Phillip Friday 11 a.m. at Evergreen
REV. CHARLES F. WILSON they could to relieve our burdens Atlanta/ Ga. the Rt. Rev. Cemetery. GIRLS BEAUTY CONTESTEnter
Clalrbordd Jr., D. D.,
Randolph
who departed this life August 13,
1960, of 2626 NW 48th St. May God bless you all. bishop of Atlanta, celebrant. Interment Mrs. Mamie Johnson of 10120W. by having two 8x10 por-
freedom Eddie ..McRae husband was made iri the Moses Fern St., Perrlne died Aug.' traits made A third is made for
We speak of Its from family plot in an Atlanta cemetery 2. Surviving are two daughters, the Beauty Board.
sin, from sorrow, temptationand immediately following the' Mrs. Hattie Mae Smith and Miss
care. From trials without IN MEMORIAMIn service. i Velma Johnson, two eons, John Phone FR 4-3034
and within. But what must It be and Willie four sisters. Services
to 'Abe therel! We speak of its sad but loving memory ofour Tom Lunn, member of a pioneer will be conducted Saturday at 4 ,. I" '# ###" '####I'"
service of love, and robes which dear mother, sister and Bahamian family died Aug. p.m. at Mt. Sinai Baptist Church,
the glorified wear. The churchof grandmother, 2 at Nassau at the age of 78. Rev J. E. Murray, pastor. She .,,. .. .
the first born above, but what VICTORIA MINGO Funeral services were hold on will be' on view In the chapel
must it be to be there! who departed this life Aug. 9, Friday afternoon at St. Mary's 6:30: p.m. Friday and at home
,Mrs. Fern Wilson, daughterAnd 1941 at Key West. Church of which he was a mem- 10 a.m. Saturday.Rev. .
Family Sadly missed by the family. ber. Mr. Lunn was a popular
Mlzpah Kemp, stater Bay Street Jeweler tor more
sister lie was also John W. Wilson, pioneer
Edna Kemp, than half a century.
IN MEMORIAMIn Vandelean, Alfred and keenly Interested in sports of all Miamian, died Aug, 3. Services
Earl, children kind. will be held Saturday at 2 p.m.
Olivette Baptist Church,
at Mt.
Geraldine Alfred Jr.
,
loving memory of my darling John Frieda Juanita Mrs. Olivia Lang, also from a Rev. I. C. Mlcklns, pastor. He 730 N.W. 50th St.
mother .resided at 1249 NW 62nd St. ..
Mu. kaftdiJultette. .,grand children pioneer Bahamian tawny (the with his Widow, "Eliza and Is 4* ..
Deveauxs) died on Thursday,
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also survived by several brothers Down Mo.
Aug. 3 at the age of 75. Ser $395 $75
.r held at St. Agnes and sisters of South Carolina
4 IN MEMORIAMIn vices were
lIe will lie in In the
repose
Church, Canon Milton Cooper > Beautiful custom built 2-
6 Friday.
sad but loving memory of rector. chapel p.m. bedroom CBS, Florida room,

our dear mother and grandmother Nassau's Mrs. Lang business had women been one for of Mrs. Mamie Glover Alston of large lot, sprinkler system,

many years. Following the deathof 917 NW 3rd ave., died Aug. 4. tile roof, oak floors. 1 FHA
include threedaughters
Her survivors
her husband she carried on mortgage.
Mesdamp Mary Mitchell
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until prevented to
the business
and ..
Catherine Duberry ---'-- f
do eo !by Illness.
Joan Clark, a son John Glover

From Washington corned news of Marietta, Ga., three brothers.She 1327 N.W. 43rd St.
was funerallzod Aug. 9 at
of the death of Charles Wars'daughter
No closing costs
St Mark Baptist Church.
Mildred. Mr. Wars
w, s't ,

) brother-in-law whose address of is Charles 3913 NW North Illinois Richardson $345 Down $68 Mo.

Ave., Washington, will be
remembered ,by many as comingto Mrs. Florence Bullard, 507 NW Large 2 bedroom CBS, nice

(-J Miami to open the Carver 17th 6t was found dead at her Florida room, carporte,
) Hotel Lounge home Aug. 2. Chapel services awning. No other costs.
t were held Aug. 8, Mrs. Bullardis
; survived by her husband, Alfred -- _- --.
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a son, Samuel Sweeting,

t .. ,.. Albert E. Hutchinson, 1715 I three grand daughters, a grandson 827 N.W. 47th St.
Smith
', brother Harold
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( NW 68th St., died July 31. Ser
MRS. GUSSIE JONES : : vices were held Aug, 7 from the Mrs. Louise Walker, 1445 NW $395 Down $74 Mo.

who departed this life August 3, 'If....."d'" ,F Church of God. lIe Is survivedby 1st place was found dead at her
1959. 'tJ' his wife, Mary, three eons, home Aug 4. Chapel services Outstanding 2 bedroom
art teh depth of r: :. .( Joseph, Samuel and Clifford,
Thou gone, ; were held: Aug. 9. Mrs. WalkerIs CBS with large screened
.leaven hath swallowed up thy $ : 3 three daughters, Mrs. Melvese survived ,by her son, Leroy R, enclosed
heart deeply t Collins, Mrs. Lillia Mao Clark porch, garage,
form; yet on my :< Green and a host of other rela-
has sunk the lesson thou hast >. ...".,om. and Mrs. Mary Gilmore, five tives. She was shipped to Klsalm- tile roof, oak floors, fire
given, and shall not soon part. CAMBRIDGE grandchildren. mee for final rites. place. One FHA mortgage.No .
God knows how much we miss MRS. MELROSE
who departed this life Aug. 13, 2315 NW closig costs.
you. Your memory shall never George Hardeman, Brazes Robinson who died at
lade. 1953. 166th St., died Aug. 6. Service his home, 1433 NW 6th place, =-
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Clarence Turner May she rest in peace and were held Aug. 11 at Mt. Tabor
Aug 7, He is survived by his
And FamilyCARD light perpetual shine upon her. Baptist Church where he had wife, Josephine. Arrangements' We have over 300 homesto
Mrs. Louise Johnson, I been a member for 27 years. are incomplete. select from. Drive by
daughterMrs. Rev. Purdy Brown officiated. lie
OF THANKSThe Thelma McDonald I Is survived by his wife Ora, two Infant Cook, sea Mr. and some of these homes and
grand daughter White- then call us day or night.
daughters, Mrs Mary
I Mrs. Cook of 430 NW 17th St.
family of the late I hurst, and Mre. Thelma Drum- died Aug 5. Arrangements arc We are at your service.PL .
I mond, six grandchildren and Incomplete
IN MEMORIAM nine great grand children. 7-845C 283 NW 79th St.
y
M i In fad but loving memory of Dudley Porter, 1044 NW 63rdSt. Advertise It Pays!
our dear wife and mother, ., died Aug 9. Funeral arrangements

are incomplete. Illa > _,; -:'" :' ,. 'I- ...I --. .
I survived by his brother, John

e Gregory Taylor, 16730 NW $400 DOWNNO
17th Ct., was the victim of a
train accident Aug. 9. Arrangements
are incomplete He li CLOSING COSTS

It survived by his parents, Mr. and
4 IM Mrs Willie Byrd Taylor, two $69 a month, one mortgage

sisters a brother and grand
parents, Mrs. Idora Smith and Less than rent. Near everything. See this home

jttrs. Bessie Taylor. before you buy.

u! !1 Arcellus To pins, 2930 ....--.e 4M.-- .... F

NW Slat Terr., died Aug. 9. Arrangements '
: are incomplete. Ho,1s $sao .00 WN. ..
survived by his mother Mrs.

v 1,11110 MacDanlel, two sisters .
Miss Nervle McDaniel and Miss 3 bedrooms, 2 baths

Grady Mae McDaniel.

a.r Lovely corner CBS. Tile roof, one mortgage. Termsto

t. I House of Albert suit you.

MRS. RETHA MAE COOPER ...-.4 ./....--....
I wish to express their sincere D Howard Johnson of 3835 Day
thanks and appreciation to all Ave. died Aug. 4. His survivors
their very kind friends and are his widow, Rosemary a $400 DOWN
neighbors who were so good to I -" IEZ daughter, a granddaughter,
WILSON
them in their hour of bereave MRS. three sisters. two brother services '
ment. who departed this life Aug 13, were conducted Thursdayat $80 a month, one mortgage

1960. St. Paul AME Church.
May we express our special Gone but not forgotten. May Sparkling clean CBS, carporte, tile roof. Must be
thanks to Rev. P. W. Williams she rest in peace. Infant Wright daughter of
pastor of St. Luke Baptist Lovle A. Wilson husband Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Wright of seen to appreciate.
Church, the Pastor's Aid Board Mlu Peggie 11. I. Wi'son! 6321 NW 12th Ave. was laid to '
and all the members, Francis daughter rest Aug. 8. lEGAL REALTY
Funeral Home and to all who I I I

sent beautiful flowers cards and -I Infant Youngblood ton of Mr.: I \'

telegrams. NURSES I Earn big money In and Mrs. James Youngblood of MU 8.3923 JE 8.5050 PL 8.0290
Mrs. Eva Mae West sister your spare time by selling Lena 6006 NW 22nd Ave was laid to
Mrs. Rebecca Woods, sister I Home Beauty Products. A e t rest Aug. 9. i Nights Sundays -, Weekdays
John Best, brother J I Now 20 NW 1st Are., FR

Harry Best brother Savannah Ga. ': 4.<&800. Mr. Rose A. Livingston of ':# '.J) .... .- ,.. ,.' ..."p> .- : '_. '. :_ ", .. __ ._,, '
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: LEADERS WILL' Senior Straw:Episcopal RideThe Young L FREE HOROSCOPE! 1111

Churchmen of the Church of the Astrologers Guide tile*
incarnation are having a Straw
P. O. Box 71794
Hide on August 18. Dance and
c a part of the ride. Los Angeles 1, Calif.
STRIVE FOR HARMONY IN Aases'walk leave the parish hall
What does the future hold for
at 8 p.m. at the corner of 17th
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KANSAS CITY CONVENTIONKansas horoscope reading and other

secret information. Send tot
NEWSBOYS
City (ANP) Em- City last May, Dr. Taylor said plored the confusion and chaos A12
+ barrassed by an "Amos and he had found a 'more objectiveand at Philadelphia. ANNUAL PICNIC I
Andy" convention last year followed fair atmosphere" than he Dr. Taylor proposed earlier
,by a trail of vendetta law. had expected.He this year that a neutral memberof SAT. AUG. 19 Drive
suits the courts wouldn't touch added that althought he the National Baptist Conven- CarefullyBERKLEY'S
and the prospect of a split In the believes that he was president of tion such as Dr. Mordecai W. .....-- "
organization, Baptist leaders the convention in Philadelphialast Johnson, Dr. Benjamin E. Mays ""IT""
throughout the nation are tryIng year, t& would be willing to or Congressman Adam Clayton
to restore "peace and dig "step aside" if he could be given Powell be called upon to pro. CUT-RATE STOREThe
nlty" and unity before the firm assurance that a fair elec side at the election at the con I Iventi
scheduled September meetng tion would be held in Kansas on. So far, he said, Dr.
here. City this September." He said Johnson has not accepted the Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
The issue which rocked the that the "firm assurance" would proposal.
National Baptist Convention, have to be more than just a 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376
USA, Inc., is the claim of two statement, however. Taylor said that he is Interested
men to the presidency of the in seeing that the coming Tweed Cologne 0.00 fltri-Dex: Medicated .08
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and Rev. Gardner C. OPEN DAILY SUNDAY 8 A.M to 10 P.M.
Taylor, pastor of huge Concord I Ii I
Baptist Church in Brooklyn, alsoa JOHN A. McMINN. Owner
Sigmas 27th Boulein
claimant to leadership by an
election held In Philadlephia --
have their followers.
Ironically, the National con
vention Itself is split from the i PhiladelphiaWashington
American Baptist Convention, 2
but is larger than its parent .
body which holds its annual jsea- D.C. Educational the educational developments in
slon in San Francisco in September. developments in the United other sections of West Africa. Ata
States, progress of the re public meeting to be held on
Rumors persist that the con cently formed Gamma Alpha Monday, Aug. 14, at the Chapelof
vention scheduled to meet here Chapter In Monrovia, Liberia the Four Chaplains on the
next month will be a renewal of and awards to five of the original campus of Temple University,
the bitter factional feud that founders will be among the Mrs. Whaley will be principle
brought a sudden and violent highlights of the 27th National I speaker.
end to the 1960 session. Doule of Sigma Gamma Rho So. Founders to be honored are
Hoover: outstanding mem rority to be held Aug. 14-19 at Mesdames Lou Allison Gardner,
bers of the denomination Includ Philadelphia, it was announcedthis Los Angeles; Hattie Mae Redford -
ing Dr. Taylor have been activeIn week. Vivian Marbury, Dorothy
efforts to prevent any un Dr. Lorraine A. Williams, H. Whiteside and Nannie M. FREE DELIVERY DRUG
pleasan tnE! s. grand baslleus of the Interna Johnson, all of Indianapolis, Ind.
Rev. Andrew J. Hargett, for- tional collegiate sorority, revealed The International sorority was ..
merly executive secretary of the that the theme for the conference founded on Nov. 12, 1922 at .rI
Retirement Fund sought unsuccessfully will be "Training Youthfor Duller University, Indianapolis. HAROLD JOLLIVETTE. Manager
to arrange a meeting Community Leadership." Two
between Dr. Taylor and Dr. nationally known members of
Jackson in St. Louis last June the organization, Atty. Ruth W. NURSES I Earn big money in
during the National Sunday Whaley, secretary of the boardof your share time by selling Lena
School and BTU Congress. estimate, City of New York Horne Reality Product Act NEW CUSTOM BUILT HOMESSold
and Dr. Rose Page Welch of Now! 20 NW 1st Ave., FR
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standing speakers.Mrs. already-Demand so great
only did Dr. Jackson re Virgie P. Fry, the sorority's
We have built
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breach between the two factions Africa, will give the report on r r. See
was widened when the Chi the new chapter in Liberia and 3062 N.W. 60th Street
cago minister and Dr. Martin
Luther King became involved ina Open Sunday 12 noon to 5 p.m.
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f White Integrationist racy.mine the pillars of our demoe.

Minister The place is Mt. Tabor Baptist
to Speak at
Church, 1701 NW 66th St.

meta 'Mt. TaborThe

BETHEL BAPTIST
Rev. Max Morris, the militant
young pastor of the First Richmond Heights
Baptist Church (white) of South Rev. L. R. Ross, Pastor
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Miami, will be the guest speakeron Loretta Blakely Asst. reporter

MT. TABOR BAPTISTRev. LIBERTY CITY LUTHERAN GREATER ST. MARK P.B. a special program sponsoredby Sunday School................._... 9:30
the Deacon Board of Mt. Ta- Morning service ..............._.. 11:00:
P. S. Drown pastor church At a recent Sunday afternoon 1455 N.W. 53rd St. bor Baptist Church on Sunday, BTU .....................MMM................. 5:30
service, Booker T. Jenkins Sis. Sarah Williams, secretary August 20, at 3:30: p.m. Evening service .................._... 7:00
Sunday School ...................... 6:45: was chosen treasurer of the Rev. F. L. Johnson, pastorSt.
Morning worship ................ 11:00 church. Nathaniel Jenkins, his Although a native of the deep The tenth anniversary of the
Evening worship .................... 7:30 brother, was also elected as assistant Mark gives you a cordial south, state of Alabama, Rev. Home Mission Society of Bethel
'treasurer.Services welcome to attend our annual Max Morris apparently does not Baptist Church will be held on
The membership of the Mt. Victory Day program Sunday, share the ,belief of his fellow August 21. The speaker Is Rev.
Tabor Baptist Church, under the will be held as usual Aug. 13 at 3 p.m. We have our southerners on the racial Issue Harrington of Mt. OUve Baptist
leadership of Mrs. Ethel Wilkerson this Sunday at 3 p.m. with Sun. goal set, come out and help us of segregation. He stated emphatically Church of South Miami.
as general chairman, Mrs. day School at 2 p.m. in the Carver win the victory. Rev. Ira McCall, in a special sermon The Vacation Bible School was
Angeline Pinkney and Mrs. Man- YMCA. The Rev. John Dede your Gospel Host of WMBM will which appeared In print in the very successful. There were more
lin as co-chairman, are working will preach on the subject, deliver the sermon. Many sing- May 5 and 6 issue of the Miami than 115 students, 165 of which
diltgetly to achieve their goal of "Rigteousneas That Exceeds." era will be there: Mt. Carmel Daily News and the Miami Herald completed and received certificates -

$7,000 for its Women's Day Bus transportation Choir, Oak Grove Gospel Chorus, "Segregation in immoral. It The secretaries were Ger-
Drive. continues New Hope Primitive aldine Starks and Gwen. Arm.
to Baptist punishes a class of people for
be available
Because of the splendid Job the from Opa Locka. Choir, The Cultivators Singers, being what God made them for trong. Teachers, Gloria: Powell
steering committee has done in 0 The Singing Angela and Johnson circumstances beyond their con Mrs. Mercldes Travis Betty Wol-
organiizng the membership of ST. PAUL A. M. E. Chorus.A trol." ton, Barbara Hankerson, Lotla
the church there is a great deal Brown, Mrs. Donald Hollls, Arlie
of enthusiasm and competition Rev. M. J. Fayson pastor free dinner spread will be. This stand marks Rev, Morris Armstrong, Lelia Hobbs, Walt
among the organizations and Mrs. Lee Cray, reporter gin immediately following morning as a fearless man of strong con lace Baits, Barbara Nicholson,

members. A variety of fund raising I 3unday'School . . .9:30 service. viction; one who is willing to Jean Scott, Ruth West, Deacon
activities are being given : Morning Worship . 11:00 stand up and be counted on one Lewis Taylor, principal of the
weekly. Evening Worship . . 7:00: Bright, Morning Star of the moist vexing and contro- school wishes to express his sin
Since installment buying is versial Issues of our time. This cere thanks to the communityfor
the way of life in America many Our service was well attended 360 NW 14th Terrace stand has naturally Incurred the their cooperation in making
members are paying on their as- Sunday. Beginning with the Sun (FREEWILL BAPTIST) Ire of the staunch segregationistand this program the great success
sessment on the Installment plan. day School. The lesson was in. Rev. R. Smith pastor made him the target of their that it was.

We are urging others to join in the teresting and everyone enjoyed Nightly prayer service is now venomous salvo, but nothwlth- The Home Mission Society
discussion. standing he has stood his would like to
doing the same. in progress beginning at 8 p.m. invite everyone out
What organization will win ground. to enjoy the Cinderella Play Sat-
was benefited from each night with preaching to
Everyone
the for the The public is Invited to hear urday, Aug. 20.
trophy raising largest our morning service. Our revival start Monday night, Aug. 14,
amount over $200. What member Rev. L. R. Williams of Lake- this fearless young pastor who
begins Aug. 8, with prayer
will win the trophy for raisingthe has stepped to the fore in this
service throughout the first land, a dynamic and forceful revival -
largest amount over $50. week. Preaching will begin Monday preacher M. speaker. On community to speak out againstan SEE THE WORLD'SGREAT
under-
to
evil that Is helping
If we are to achieve our goal Aug. 14. The pastor will be Friday night the Heavenly Stars,
we cannot be stisfled with what 0 expecting the entire congregation a wonderful gospel singing SPIRITUAL
has already been done but we to accompany him to Homestead group will be with us and we are LEADER

must work harder. Sunday night. Cars will inviting everyone to come out to See the AND PHYCHIC READER
Remember that the "race is leave the church at 5 p.m. All of all of these services and be withus. world'
not to the swift, not the battle our sick members are on the You will miss a, treat if you great
the strong, neither yet bread to mend. Visit a sick member' this do not come and hear this man healer and BISHOP HUNTER
the wise, not yet riches to men week. of God. He will bo preaching for
of understanding, not yet favorto the entire week. teacher If you are sick or worried don't
men of skill, but time and full to see mo today Office hours
chance happeneth to them all." SALTERS CHAPEL A.M.E. If you arc sick' dally 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Thursday
ST. JAMES AME CHURCH
and worried 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Sunday 11 A.IU.

ANTIOCH BAPTIST Rev. H. J Benson, pastor Rev. H. McNeal Harris, pastor.-,- to i! .In.IIiCADINGS
St. and 27th Ave.
N.W. 48th don't fail to see
Mrs. Sadie F. Dean
reporter
Hev. J. W. Stepherson
pastor
M T. Copeland We are now in the midst of Sunday School 9:30 me. Daily OPOO
reporter I
Morning worship 11:00
"Sunday School ................ .... 9:45: our prayer service. Preachingwill $..00
BTU ...................,;....................... 5:30: begin on Monday night, Aug. Friday night, Aug. 11 the Pre I a.m. to 0 p.m.. St. Matt. 5 and 0. up
"Morning worship . 11:00 ; 14 at 8 p.m. The speaker will be siding Elder Rev. F. A. Allen ;;|; Blessed are the peace maker for
:Evening worship . . 7:00 Dr. Prince F. Jackson, D.D. Th. will hold the third quarterly I'they shall be called the children
8W 17 St.
5117
from Dallas, Texas. Come out : conference at which time it is
Service will follow the usual and hear this dynamic speaker hoped that every chairman of a of God WEST

:procedure on Sunday.To from Texas. board or club will submit a writ 1959 N.W. 59th St.
all candidates for baptism: ten and financial report HOLLYWOOD
Baptism will be held Saturday, IEV. JOSIAH McINTOSH FLA. 1'I I OP. 11 UNTIL I
Aug. 12 at 6 p.m. at the church. BAHA'I FAITHDr. At the 11 o'clock service Sun

The men of the church are day morning the Presiding Elder .-
now working toward their goal Allen L. Ward, director of will deliver the morning message .....
for the Men's Day program, speech activities at Lane College, Music will be furnished by
which will be held on the fourth Jackson, Tenn., will be the guest choir No.1. The evening wore
:Sunday in September. They ask speaker at a public meeting ship will begin promptly at 7 FOR SALE
the wholehearted support of all sponsored by the Baha'ia of p.m.

.heir friends, well wiehers and Greater Miami, and to be held in Nice 7 room frame home with fenced yard at 2025
:t'.he: members of the church. Dea- the Washington Federal Bank An invitation is extended to
'eon E. D. Walker, chairman and Building 1133 Normandy Drive, our many friends and the publicat NW 6th Place. Convenient downtown location.
Deacon J. II. Copeland, co-chair Miami Beach, Tuesday, Aug. 15 large to worship with us Sunday

man. at 8 p.m. at St." James, "The Friendly Priced to sell. Terms to responsible buyers. Phone

Our sick and shut.ins are Sis worked with Church.
M. Washington, Sis. Lula Gist, Dr. Ward companies has and has Mr. Walker at TU 8-4585. A12
Sis. Estella Acthlson, Sis. Lula three theater television TEMPLE BAPTIST
In radio and -
Williams: Sis. Percioua Perry and appeared
,
drama. He illustrated the na Rev L. A. Thompson pastor

Sis. Mary Preston in Mt. Sinai tionally-used speech textbook, Sunday School ........................ 9:30:
Hospital. "Speech For Everyday Use," and Morning Worship ................ 11:00 HOW TO KEEP YOUR MARRIAGE ALIVENew

wrote. "Seven Thousand Years in Evening Worship ..............F.F.. '7:3di : discovery for men who want more lasting power
NEW PROVIDENCE M. B. [, Retrospect," a survey of certain T. U* .*...*.**....*..*.....**........... 8:31'
!modern religious activities in the i Formula 8 Massage
Rer. C. J. nurney pastor fight of teachings and prophesies Our annual Men's Day will be
Sis. Claudia Wilson reporter since 6000 B.C. This book is o observed Sunday The Rev. J. A. ..' I I" n cream that help yon get
Sunday School . . 9:30 circulated throughout the world.Dr. Butler of Boynton, a missionary .. much more pleasure out of
Morniner Service . . 11:00 of Atlantic Coast Baptist Assoc MAIUTAL SEX No Prescription
D. T. U . . . 6:00 Ward will speak on "Our latlon and a veteran ministerwill needed Hlmple and safe
Evening Service . . 7:30 Destiny in This Atomic Age." The be the guest speaker The to uSe Non.Habit Forming
public is Invited to attend. Male Chorus wilt sing both morning A"JU..1ernaIl1..
We are thankful to God for His and evening. Thin cream has U.H.I', approval
continued bowers ors blessingon The Rev. Herbert Ferguson I No Mor Embarrassment

us. There were seven went ST. LUKE BAPTIST chairman, and Brother Chas. 4 You can depend on Formula 8
down in Jordon for baptism Sun Ambrose chairman, are expecting q
day morning and four connectedto Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor o the men to "pull for the L to do the Job

the church. Cotlnue in prayer Mrs. Bumcsta Green reporter' shore" with all their might. The Call today, use it right away
for the sick. Visitors, are always Sunday School . .9110 o women are all ready. They will w. :
welcome in our services. Morning/! Worship . 11:00 sponsor a dinner sale on the NE 4-0956 4508 N.W. 31st Ave. Miami, Fla.

There was a surprlseblrthday nTU . . . . 5:30;: church grounds Saturday afternoon
party given in honor of our pas Evening Worship . . 7:00 to show the men,, they mean
tor July 24 at ht home by the business. ) |I
Our annual revival meeting \&
members made of the of church. He duringthe worea ''In progress for the saved and One of the men will be liven Why not live downtown at the
crown money unsaved. Come out and hear the special recognition for many
party. He received many gifts Rev. A. C. McQueen of Homestead years of service. The public is In'
and *
from the auxiliaries members HOTEL
The public is Invited each vited. NORFOLK
were
and on August 6 gifts
8 thru
night at p.m. Friday
being received. Food were plen The Interdenominational Choir
Aug. 18.'NEW .
tiful.We Union, the Rev Allan Ferguson, 45 N.W. 5th Street FR 3.2448
wish to express his apprecIation president, will hold its quarterly:
to the members and Sunday 3 p.m. at
meeting
friends all who wish him well BETHEL BAPTIST Temple. 110 Rooms $7.00 and up weekly

with a big thank you.
1571 N.W. 8th Terrace
The officers and membership Rev. Erne Williams. pastor ST. MARK'S BAPTIST Also Private and Semi-Private Rooms
prayer God's blessings to con- Fred Williams, reporter
Deacon
tinue to shower on him. The future Sunday School . . 9:30 801 N.W 62nd St. I Air Conditioned Hotel Cocktail LoungeNo
continues in its brightness. Morning worship . 11:00 Rev. Joseph Smith, pastor
., Sunday School . . 9:30 we all utilities
,
Evening worship 7:80; 10:00 :worry, pay
Morning worship . .
MIAMI TIMES ADS9.N'T The No. 2 choir will take the BTU . . . . 4.00 Samuel Sweeting, Mgr.
stand on Sunday. The friendly Preaching . . . 7:30 .
of welcome is All are cordially invited to our 0
hand always
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA FOR SALEYOU :{

PAGE 16 SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1961f
t. WILL have to look' In.
'"
,' side to appreciate the spaciousness -
f f HOUSE. bedroom, stove fur of this bedroom CBS ..I'if I" Y.a.YI.
nished. Quiet, clean surround- home. Two Fla. rooms, luclously!
ings. 3059 NW 61st St. NE
landscaped, fenced back yard,
'j : ClassifiedFOR 46179. 1380 NW 63rd St. PL ./N' IIIdIANt
,,
____ __ "'** *" 8.1549.Indf .
HOUSE. 2441 NW 66th St. bear' OX 1-7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
Steven's Grocery OX 16401. 2-BROOM CBS Home. A
RENT STEAL at one to two thousand
1-BEDROOM APT furnished or dollars below market value.
LOWEST RENT In town. 1 and unfurnished. Phone OX 1.3799 Ideal location, four fruit trees in AND SATURDAY
( 2 bedroom Apts. Adults only. $7 or 1045 NW 65th Terr. yard. Interior painted with oil FRIDAY
week and up. 3200 NW 47th at.Indf. base to look like new. Call
2 NICE large rooms. Cooking O'Connor. Clark, NE 6-2205.
EFFICIENCY in residential eecHon. privileges. 1625 NW 66th St. A19 p&a i... and it's all yours!'
I Refrigerator. 1521 NW OX 16597.
L Roth St. ,Call after 4 p.m. OX REAL ESTATE, business prop- TpaiKD DIMII UlLI TAft
I f 1.4359.. WOULD YOU like to live In a erty. Cor. 69th St. and BIscayne .
beautiful room with all privi- Blvd. Bar, lounge and filling station. ISTAIIIII'RIYWOtDr PMMSK HUNTIR
A\l'ARTMENT.! One bedroom, leges? Single man or woman. Contact NE 54122.
4190 NW 32nd ave. indf NE 10428. 1M m:
'2-BEDROOM CBS home. It's a :
ROOM for a nice man or womanin 2-BEDROOM private home. Com steal. NE 52205.
private home. Call NE 48495. pletely furnished, ,greatly reduced I [
rates, for additional Informa- $7,795 total. $70 a month. No : r
tion come to 1867 NW 68th St. 3- I
APARTMENT. Two bedrooms, closing cost. One mortgage. r yy
4190 NW 32nd ave. indf bedroom frame house. Furnished : N + .
ROOM, 1 girl, PL 76672. 727 patio, awnings, 829 NW 56th, I '
FURNISHED APT. Downtown. NW 66th St. St. :

,f15 per week. NE 4'0500.-lndf ,
LARGE 2-bedroom apt. Good lo- 2941 NW' 70th- Terr. CBS fur
FURNISHED: Efficiency. Free cation. 351 NW 16th Terr. No nished 2 bedroom. Hardwood : IiI3 SAp'. W.
j jj a, water and electricity. 4190 children, call anytime NE 4-5705. floors. Fenced yard. $800 down I
NW 32nd ave. lad $74 a month pays all. $10,800 I
APARTMENT, furnished duplex total: FHA. No qualifying. OX :
P71A.UTIFUL- 2-bedroom apt. in 1-bedroom, bath and water free 61302. A26 I
Ha Locka area. Low rent. NE 1076 NW 64th St. To see call ;
4 0500, OX 1-5453. indf day NE 40212. Night WI 54857. PROPERTY. FOR SALE. Desir I ae
able 25 foot business lot. Pem tio i p? a SuN4Unpl... j
Bedroom unfurnished MMMMA.M.+.1wNwaa rMw MM au.+w r.
LOVELY bedroom house, Fla. house! broke Rd. between 40th and
"loom, jalousled porch. Also 1Ivdroom stove and refrigerator. Water 42nd aves. Carver Ranches. Rea- Shown at 9:10
house $15 a week. free. 1074 NW 54th St. Call to sonable terms. S. Slavin PL
Lights, water, furnished. Call see day. NE 4.0212, night WI 83653. 82
2220 NW 61st St. TU 9-6985 or 5-4857.
"MU 15740. Indf RENT 'OR SALE. Large house, ,0O" tNRIILS!
I COLOR
rURNISHED Apartments. All will talk reasonable terms. Can SCOPE
LOVELY SMALL house. $20 a I utilities furnished. $12.50 per be seen after 12 Sunday only or
week. Will apply rent to pur- I I I week. 620 NW 8th St., FR call NE 5-3102 for appointment.
c"ase price Own your home, 110''I 71206. Caretaker In Apt. 1. 4770 NW 23rd Ave.
down payment. NE 5-6566.
3-room cottages, stove and re 4 ru
DEDROOM.! HOUSE $22.50, frigerator and water furnished.
N.
Miami Beach
5025 NW 24th ave. bedroom $10 weekly. 569 NW 8th St., FR
duplex\ $20, 5003 NW 24th ave. 71206.
Across from schools. Fenced In Civic ClubThe :
jnrd. Call FR 48398. LARGE bedroom apartment. Li4
Oood location. No children. 351 North Miami Beach Civic
.r. NW 16th Terr. Call anytime, NE Club held Its regular meeting at
45705. X19 the lovely home of Mrs. GeorgeT.
Neal, 1535 NE 152nd St. N
.t.
FURNISHED HOUSE. 4 bed- The meeting was called to or- w
FOR SALE rooms, 2 baths, $100 a month. der by the vice president, Mrs.' / I I I
Furnished bedroom apartments. Henry Crawford.The L
$16.50 to $20 per week. Utilities
slate of old business was Shown at 7:22
In apartments, '137 NW 26th
cleared and plans for future ac
$195 DownNew St.For tivities were discussed at lengthby .
Inspection call day FR the
group.
3 and 4 bedroom CBS 1 2196; evening FR 93530. At the close of the business BUS

homes. North Miami Beach. session the group was dismissed.The .
Close FURNISHED Cottage, also room next meeting will be held
to 163rd St. Shopping
in private home. Near
to
every. August 22 at the home of Mrs.
Center. No closing costs, 1 thing. PL 73666.
Ollle Castlelow, 1538 NE 152nd
mortgage only. Includes in. Terr. At this time the election
surance and taxes. Move .............................................. of new officers for the term of r. ... er
right in. 1961-'62 will be held. -
Largest hotel in Miami. ISO Shown at 11:00

rooms from 97.00 week up. Also
,
$350 Down RITZTHEATRE .

FHA. $69 month. 2 bed cooking privileges. Bring this ad SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY

room CBS, corner, carport, and get $3.00 off rent.
NOW SHOWING
kitchen equipped. Nice i r-- -J JAMES S'EWMi'AUDIE'( MURPHY ;;
"THE GUNS OFNAVARONE"
clean. Only $11,500
area, Imperial Hotel
total. A good buy! r
In Color Starring
50 N.W. 8th Street GREGORY- PECK ...... .

Only $995 !DownFor A19 "When Comedy Was King" DAN DURYfA'DIANNE I'EOSiR'EUIxt mAlT .

--.-.-.-..-....-.... Admission: Adults $1.00 .BI1M k11lDE.......essa[ .:1IJIMISAl.1nUMmw.roust ,,
Students with I.D. cards 75c
2 CBS homes on 1 lot. I

Rent one, other costs you Advertise It Pays! Children S5c Shown at 7:22ALSO
practically nothing to live

in. 'One mortgage, no clos I -

ing costs, no qualifying, I "THE BIG SHOW" !
nice area. Close to 17th ave. CBS HOME BARGAINS ;

bus. See this! .
us to see Shown at 9:10
All open Sunday 3.7 p.m.
9 -
PLUSUfaJtocuxng
$495 Down 5 Bedrooms 2 Baths I

$750 Down, no closing costs 01' / thai Won tfie welt
075 month. Move right in.. Story, U1 fJ m

2 bedroom, completely fur-: 'Ji.. 1136 N.W. 46th Street'

'.nished. No closing costs,'no '

-; lflU!ltyjnB. .nealr-::22nd' Ax& :$ : ..; ..
: 3 Bedrooms :2 Baths ,
and 54th St. fciises. 0"n e ,. .t.. .r.. .... ." .
Total lot .;.".. >.
mortgage only. Clean. 100 x 100 custom built }

$9,500. Bargain.. 758 N.W. 76th Street ShellerWIN1ERS = n.oa .

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$395 Down DDRYf
Doll House Many Extras d. ,

$68 month. FHA. 2 bed $450 down
Only no closing COlt'I""
CHS. Carport. A beau.tv .
room
bus 911 N.W. 47th TerraceExtra
near NW 7th Ave. t

r See this now!

w used lot fenced, awnings
Shown at 11:00
$12,800 $400 Down

Fair RealtyFor 2990 N.W. 69th Street -.

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