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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 19, 1961
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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y I m County School Board voted to
integrate the all-wblte Volusia1
Ave. School in Daytona Beach I Woman Accused In
Thursday by approving the ad
$4 mittance application of two,
young Negro girl. A
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The board turned down the ap; Death
plication of a third girl because"it
does not appear to be in the)
best interests of the nursing for two days thony, his brother Willie, four, !
applicant. the wounds of a beating given and sister, Myra, two in a three- ,
Henry Crispin Ingraham. son The applications were approved him by his great grandmother, I I room house at 1017 NW 4th ave. I w
of Mrs "Witlean F. Ingrahamand under the Florida pupil! as: a three yearold boy died Bat ,: Gonzales said the sister was
the late Chrlspin Ingraham slgnment law which went into urday, police said found with a swollen mouth and
earned a B. S. degree from Fla. effect in 1956. The three girls Little Anthony Solomon, his two black, eyes,' apparently the _
A&M University with a major In. were the first in Valusla County body covered with scan, was I result of beatings IJ
,instrumental music. to apply for reassignment to a found by police who answeredthe Mrs. Boyce told officers that ___ .

,During his attendance at Fla. white school under the law. the greatgrandmother.The call from Mrs. Rosa. Boyce, 1 the boy cut his leg in a fall in The Rev., Max Morris, the mill ('l t:
A&M\ Mr.\ Ingraham was the re Reassignments were okayedor woman told police that the bathtub on Wednesday. The tant young pastor of the First
,cipient of several awards rang badly infected wound showed Baptist Church (white) of South
Pamela McMillan, nine, and she found the boy dead In bed
ing from solo appearances to Deitrich Golden 12, that morning. She is being held on the child's leg. Miami will be the guest Ipeakeron
academic achievement. For four Neighbors, angry with. Mrs. a special sponsored
,on a murder charge, Miami DeL I program
years be was a member of the No other other schools outside Mike Gonzales said. Boyce, crowded around as she by ,the Deacon Board of, Mt. Tabor
Internationally famous Florida .of Dade County have been into was arrested. At police head. Baptist Church on Sunday.
.A&M Marching and Symphonic grated. The officer said Mrs. Boyce 1> quarters she eobbed and moan 'August 20 at 3:30: p.m.
Band. During the school year apparently rapped the lad across ed, "Oh Jesus, Oh Jesus." II I
The pubUc is invited to hear
1960-61 Mr Ingraham was trum I I'' Mrs. Jeanne Goddard, School the back of his neck two days
'Board chairman said before The. cmodlcal examiner' dhe said that the children this fearless. pastor who has,
the. dech j
.;pet sectional! ]ead rr ,ofj.the 'unt_ : '
stepped to the fore in this com
verslty's bap e: fslons'were based 'upon the<'con reportvBaid\hat"he died from 'a' 1/.lr nts had"not' been "Ieen for
He is a member of Omega Psi t slderatlon set ,forth in the Fla.. severe brain Injury.Mrs. two months. Police said there munlty to speak out against an
I I food in the house. evil', undermining the pillar of
Phi fraternity. I pupil assignment law. Royce took care of An. was no democracy

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About 225 Negro children I the white enrollment: dropped! to
will attend mixed schools be less than a dozen students, the
ginning next month in Dade board appointed a Negro facultyiEr
County School officials en.courage iDgtoD Heights had 360
.,by the quiet acceptance students enrolled last term..
'integration: thus far, are less The principal expects about
-worried': about friction as they half of them to remain.
wflre* two years ago when four, The Erlington Heights daseg'regatlon _
Negro pupils went to Orchard was ordered by Supt, p ,t 4 ?' r _ _
Villa Elementary School. Joe Hall without board action _
Most of the Negro children in Since 1959. school} integration _
the change will attend Erlington In Dade: County moved as
Heights Elementary About 200 follows: Orchard Villa admitted .
will be transferred from Floral 4 Negroes then became pre. MSr
Heights Elementary which was dominantly Negro; Air Dale
so overcrowded last year that Elementary admitted 25; North
16 wooden classrooms have been Miami Beach Junior High, 1} K t rt
crowded on the grounds. Fulford Elementary, 4; Glade
Regardless to the racial make. view Elementary, 6; Riverside t
up of the student body, school Elementary 1; VIneland J Klei tr 1
officials plan to keep the faculty mentary, 3; and Erling ton "P:
all-white. At Orchard Villa, when Heights about 200 .t A g gj
The other 66 counties of -1
Florida have made no efforts to Y
desegrate their schools as of to4ate
+t Although court rattr are j
r r nr'' g pending In five of tqepi(

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SIX KILLE >>IN I -
Lou LuTour, internationally 10th. The first to sign up .is Mrs and Kingston Jamaica (West Indies *
CAR PLUNGE known radio and newspaper' per Lee Annie Bonner, beauty shop ), Mrs Ileuhler Hunter,
tonality,, lists nation-wide per- owner of East St. Louis, 111., Mrs Eula Mae Mattox, president
Early Sunday six teenagers eonalitles for the NBCL Cancer while those td the right wait to of Unit 1 of Los Angeles: Cal N

., nil Negroes died when the ,Committee at the 42nd Annual do so. Studying the Cancer Fund The Cancer Fund is one of several
Literature while waiting are D. projects receiving financial
in'which they were National Beauty Culturists
pending car
A. Julius owner of Sunlight support from NBCL under the
tiding plunged into a canal one League faeJd in the Chicago's Ho*
Beauty School in Miami, Fla., leadership of President Dr. Kaitie
.nlle South of Belle Glade tel Sheraton, Aug. '6 through the shop owner of Atlanta, Oa., E. Whlckam; T 'J.
Dead are Shirley Jones, 13;
Marion Haynes; 16; Calvin C.,
Tohnson, 13; Jessie James Hub highway, plunged into a drain
bard 18; James Hamilton Jr., age ditch and submerged. Only Free Food
17; and Curtis Ballard, 1$. All Miller was able to get out of the Surplus
of them lived at .Belle Glade. car. ;
Oswald Jamison Miller Jr., J6,
dF ? of 1799 NW 69th St., Miami, was He flagged a passing ear .
i the driver and only! survivor of driven by Donald Jones of I Here August 29 ,,

the crash. He escaped with cuts Belle Glade Jones and com

and bruises. panlon, Clyde Odom, dived into August. 21 has been- set by warehouses at 255 NB 59th St.
I 1 This was the county's worst I the canal In a futile attempt to Dade County Welfare director, and Hairline Drive and U.S. 1
Herbert Miller of 1400 NW I traffic accident since January >i, I I rescue the victim Robert Nlchloson for the distribution In Goulds. '\f
159th St., Opa Locka, died Aug. 11960, when nine peresons were of 25 railroad cars of surplus
14, 1361 after a period of Illness In a station wagon-sedan I I Miller is quoted by the officer food to needy persons of At the request of the Florida
in the V. A. Hospital. He is survived ,:I crash near South Bay. as saying that he went to Belle the county State Welfare Department the
by his wife, Marie, mother Miller was speeding west at :. Labor Department ordered the
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Mary Miller, brother, Wesley and 70 miles per hour on Hooker Glade with his mother to col Nicholson said that 10 of the shipment. About 40,000 people
other relatives and friends. Services I! Highway when be bit the route j lIed rent on property she owns 26 cars had already arrived and will get the food, which will la
will be held at St. Agnes 715 intersection where Hooker there. White she was collectingI that he had assurance that the elude canned chop meat, flour,
Episcopal Church, Monday, Aug. Highway ends. Deputy Sheriff other IS would arrive by the corn meal, rice, dried beans, oat.
21 at 11 a.m. M. S. Allen Fun Dean Congleton said. I he picked up the teenagers and end of next week.: meal, lard, peanut butter dried
eral Home in charge. I The car skidded across the started to "drive around" The food will be stored In eggs and powdered milk. i





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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Teacher :


SATURDAY, AUGUST 19-, J961.. ____ __ ___PAGE 2__ I ALONG FREEDO I'S ROAD Pre-School Workshop



By RUTH PERRY "More than 1,000 of bade

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e--- "' -- -- - County's 6,800

a There is no doubt but that al MIAMII registered and attended a
watching workshop Hialeah Senlpr< Hlrti
'. who Is
BY ELLIOTT J. PIEZE the most, dayby-day everyone events taking hope many of you"Important"last watched School, August 14,." said Dr.

place all over the world: will the television show O'.enn: Thomas principal of West
evening. Two fear-
Sunday Elementary and dl-
Laboratory
NASSAU THE GEM OP THHOARIBBEANS agree that we Jive on a highly freedom fighters Father
gin In Tuesday's referendum inflammable and crisis-ridden ('SS of dector of the workshop
election, the voters of Dade Count suspicious Of Theodore Gibson, president
Nations are
globe. Miami branch NAACP, and of the
the "Purpose workshop
the reassessment -
defeated proposed
Just 55 pleasurable minutesby ty which the each other; a casual word mightbe A. D. Moore, local president of which lasts for two weeks !Is to
air, away from Miami, lies program Interpreted to be a alight of instruction
CORE, were sparring partners Improve In the
Nassau, Bahamas, the capital and Metro Commission would have against a certain regime; an innocent William'! Pruitt, Miami attorney, \:schools by helping ,teachers develop -
into but for numberof
effect a twisted
of the Bahama la- put action could be
thief: port and the Rev Jack Hall of South specific skills in teaching
:ands, and truly one .of the gems significant circumstances over into an' International incident. Miami Baptist Church, both avid in the area ,of their interest."
commission had
which the no
of the entire Caribbean Berlin Is the center of all eyes segregationist. One had only to
Again, this year, It was my privilege control. The final tally was today, Tomorrow It will be some watch the show to see the absurdity \ All teachers new to the system
to spend a good portionof 114,016 to 11,828 against the other area. and prejudice on one side, since September, 1967 are: re:
my vacation In Nassau. I arrived reassessment. Not a single one Pad the courage and determination ;quired ,by the school board to
AND
In that city on July 29 and Of the county's 210 precinct voted FT. LAUDERDALE on the other. I was very (participate in the workshop in

returned on August 7. To say It to keep the resassessment. POINTS SOUTH proud of the arguments used and (order to advance beyond the

was another great time, well enjoyed DEFEAT BLOW TO "BIG the choice of language of Father fourth step of the teachers' sal
and one that will be long It never ceases to be a sourceof Gibson and Mr. Moore. But ary schedule. Teachers who

remembered, will Indeed, be put BOYS"The amazement to me that any then I am prejudiced in the their wish to do so may earn two se-
ting It mildly. overwhelming defeat, of one living in the United States favor. mester hours of university credit -
In addition to the many other the proposed reassessment program could not help but be aware of from the University. .of Miami

stellar attractions which I visit- ., was obviously a blow. to the gravity of the world situation Mr. Pruitt and ,the Rev. Jack for participation. The credit may
ed and enjoyed while In Nassau, the "Big Boys" who had been ; and the Important part that Hall employed the same old, be used by the teacher to extend

D I also attended as a guest, a quietly, but very definitely trying .our country is playing on the worn,out arguments used for a certificate.
portion of the annual conventionof to convince the people to stage of world politics. But it years and year by segregation
the Bahamas' Association of vote for the program. The people, appears that there are still quitea ists. I actually heard Mr. Pruitt I "
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Elks, which met In that city Aug. however were not fooled this few people who prefer their say that the Supreme Court was

6. thru 9. time. They made their own de own petty hates and prejudices Influenced by communist think
The convention, under the cision Insplte of the Big Boys rather than trying to strengthen ing in the 1954 decision. And I SEE THE WORLD'S

leadership of Its president, Dr. and the results were very con American democracy. The recent assure you if I hadn't heard this GREAT SPIRITUAL
Jackson Burnslde, again proved vincing.It happenings in Fort Lauderdale myself, I could hardly have
to be .one of the finest of Its emphasize this point very well brought myself to believe that LEADER
the :
has been known by
long
kind ever witnessed anywhere. when we realize that there are anyone still was waving that aid AND PHYCHIC READER
enlightened voters of this County
people in that city who do not red herring. The rest of Mr.
NASSAU that the proposed reassessment
MIAMIANS VISITING
the first principle of democratic
know Pruitt's" arguments were equally -
\ was nothing more
program BISHOP HUNTER
living. Inane and -Civil War And
Among the Mlamlans and pre
many than a gimmick designed<<
who visited Nassau.. during the calculated to lighten, the tax After the Supreme Court de the arguments of the Rev. Jack
time* that I was there and who load on the Big Boys and Increase cision in 1954, there were many Hull were as far from being It you are sick or worried don't
were too numerous for me to the load on the small voices. in the South raised tru'y Christian in their meaning, taU to see me today. Office hours

seo and rtontact, were Richard man. Even County Manager Me- against it. Time has surely prov- as I Interpret real Christianity, daily 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Thursday

IMck" Wallace, W. O. Perry Nayr, despite his subordinationto ed one point, namely: that those as night is from day. 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Sunday 11 a.iu.
Stanley Nixon David Paschal, the Commission went nil-out to 3 p.m.
Southerners in 1954 who cried As I listened to Rev. Hall talk,
Charles O. North, Denjamln to have the proposal!! defeated be
the Court
out in anger against I was reminded of the antebellum
Clarke Zeke and Willie
Brady cause he was thoroughly con saying that the South should be ministers in the Deep READINGS
Williams} Misses PriscillA Major, vinced that the proposal was unfair -
left alone to let things happen
South who got up in their pul
Artlmrlne' Collier and Irene Williams
and should not Into effect $1.00up
go naturally in their own good time
pits every Sunday and preachedthat
Mesdames Lucille Flow.
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--And It didn't.McNayr "
meant "never. It couldbe
really slavery was ordained by
ers and Edna. Mao (Mrs. Sugar
Kay) Robinson. In addition to has promised to recommend that this type of Southerner God and that the planters were
those there were many, many a fairer and less painful cannot be trusted to work in only going according to the Good S417 SW 17 St. ,
good will for equal rights and Book. I have often wonderedthat
more too numerous to mention, program to the Commissionone WESTIfOLLYW00D
but who win be mentioned from which 'he feels the people all citizens. There is no doubt this manner of minister
time to time.THOMPSONS. will accept Perhaps the people that this type will not only haveto could preach to a congregationof
will accept McNayr's new recommendation be shown "the way to go", slaves other than "Obey your FLA. PROF. IIUNTBIC
: USUAL on reassessment, but but will probably have to be masters."

flOOD HOSTS here again, It becomes my dutyto forced legally to take the right But as the Rev Jack Hall is

Inform the taxpayers and voters road. the type of minister who Is rap-
Magistrate Maxwell J. Thompson Idly going. out of the picture so
to be careful of what they accept
LEGAL LAST
ACTION A
and his congenial wife, at
The Big Boys are not the we have many more rising to
usual proved to be of the
some
RESORTThe take his who
type to give It will place are preach
up so easy.
finest hosts in the city. Again, I See the
ing the gospel of brotherly love
be no surprise to me if in the I. courts have said that pub
wad well entertained by the
new proposal some of the same and the worth and dignity of world's
Thompson at their palatial homo .lie bathing facilities are for all each Individual. great
objectionable features should
for which I'm most appreciative citizens in Ft. Lauderdale. Obstructionists healer and t
bob-up. It Is always advisable to there are trying to .
HERE AND THERE
learn the complete story before defy court decision and the dig Baptists' To Hold teacher.If .
And strange as It may seem, taking a stand either way. nity of law and order. The

I got In a good and much need. Think before you act. NAACP Is bringing suit only because Meet in ArkansasLittle yon are sick
ed rest while In Nassau. I livedat the thinking of some Fort

the Columbus Hotel ownedby St. Peter's A. C. ChurchThe Lauderdale citizens Is geared to Rock, Ark. (ANP) and worried
Frledmark and Hotter and 1861 rather than 1961. The re Dr. C. D. Pettaway of this city, don't fail to see
which to me will hold Its own Most Rev. II. Francis Wil- cent actions in Lauderdale no president of the National Baptist
with some of the finest on the kie, primate .of the American doubt reflect upon the honor Convention of America has Issu me. Daily 0TK)
island. Centrally located right in Catholic Church will be in the and dignity of American court ed a call to the entire Constitu-
the heart of the Bay Street shop city August 20 to the 27th at decisions and justice. It rather ency to attend the 81st annual a.m. to 0 p.m.. St. Matt. B And 0.

ping center, the Columbus was which time all communicants of reflects the prejudice thinkingand session, set for Sept. 6.10 in San messed Are the peace maker for

just the type of place 1 was look St. Peters, 1811 NW 4th court undisciplined actions of Francisco. they shall be called the children
ing for. All things being consid- are urged to make their com- those who would deny other Officials state It Is to be the
ered, Nassau-the gem of the munion at 9 a.m. each morning. American citizens their rights 'argest in the convention's his of God.

Caribbean continues to be the Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament under our Constitution. This Is tory and those who do not attend 1959 N.W. 59th St.
place to see.REASSESSMENT. at 7:30: p.m.. Friends and in person were called uponto
facist thinking, not American
PROGRAM acquaintances are especially welt support the program recently IEV. JOSIAH McINTOSH
DEFEATED 10 TO 1 demacracy. outlined by the president.
to worship with
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needs 20,000 volunteers to help Your United Fund needs your

raise money for 40 health welfare help countup.Fill) now.. Help: continue the borhood. We will train you. For information call

and character-building Mrs. Thelma Harris FR 1-6407 or NA 1-3840 s2
agencies. The United Fund now out the blank below and
has some 650 volunteers on rec mall it to United Fund, 395 NW STANLEY SWEETING
ord, 19,400 more are needed. 1st St., Miami.
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UNITED FUND OF DADE "I Can Do Anything"

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UNITED FUND OF DAiDE CQUNTY Public Service

neighborhood or nearby business Private and Semi-Private Rooms
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1)7 ELLIOTT J. PIEZEIt in a white floor length gown, I tune of "March from the Over At left are shown the newly. In the center, the bride and I
was Florida joining Texas embroidered in silk organza i ture to the Occasional Oratorio." ,weds and their parents. Lett to bridegroom.At \,
last Friday evening at 7 o'clock with gold accessories. RECEPTION LARGELY ,right: Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Porter right 1 ia the entire bridal
when Miss Iral Louise Davis, Presiding at the console of the ATTENDED I the newlyweds ,Mr. and Mrs. party together with the bridge
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. I. P. St. Agnes giant Molar pipe organ ,David Mahon Porter) Dr. and t and bridegroom.-Photos by
Davis of 3351 Hibiscus St., in was Arthur Evans, organist at Immediately folowlng the Mrs. I. P. Davis Johnson of Miami.

Coconut ,Grove, became the the church and director of music marriage, a very elaborate re*,
bride of David Mahon Porter, ; at Northwestern High School. caption in honor of the newlyweds -- --- -- --.-- ._- -'- .' -.-
Bon of Mr; and Mrs. D. W. Potter As the wedding procession be- was held at the home of !
of Abilene, Texas, in mar- gan, the ushers entered the the bride. Another large crowd I
riage ceremonies held at St. church first, marching to the attended the reception.Mrs. II I
Agnes Episcopal Church with tune of the "March from the Joycelyn Burroughs assisted School
the Venerable John E. Culmer Overture to the Occasional Ora- in directing the wedding.The Sunlight Beauty
rector and Father Theodore R. torio". The ushers were follow
bride is a recent gradu
Gibson, rector of Christ Church, ed by the junior bridesmaids, ate of Fisk University The Give yourself a life-long profession
offdating. then entered the matron of honor
ENROLL NOW
bridegroom is a 1959 Fisk grad.
the flower girl, the rlngbear
The St. Agnes Church ate and now second year medical
huge
er, the bridesmaids and finally
student at Meharry Medical Special Low Down Payment
was gaily decorated in a, manner the bride, escorted by her father.
College. I
not Been before in the local area As the bride entered the church
and one that will long be remem "The Festival March in B Flat" Mr. Porter, father of the CALL FR 4-9998
bered by everyone who saw it. was played Milton Wright a bridegroom, is the principal of
The decoration done by Perry's member of St. Agnes choir sang the Carter G. Woodson High
F'.or1st. featured a stunning and "0 Perfect Love" following the School of Abilene, Texas
lengthy arch down the center betrothal,
aisle of the church with numerous The wedding was regarded as _
candles and chains on each Following the ceremony, the one of the top social eventa of
side, Interspersed with beautiful party marched out of the churchIn the Mltml area during the cur
tlowers and palms. At the en- a reversed order, also to the rent season. See pictures above. wtdNII

trance to the altar the arch MI BOWLING
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widened into a semi-circle and *
the candles and flowers were Miss Evadney Curlin Dorothy Edwards assisted in the
more numerous and symmetrical direction of the wedding
ly placed in a, manner that bal Weds Von COME OUT AND BOWL FOR
anced off to a dazzling finish. JacobsIn The newly-wed are now honeymooning
The entire ceremony was donein in Jamaica.
a candlelight setting before a a very unique ceremony HEALTH AND, FUN
large crowd. held at the Church of the Open " " '#I" '. I

Door, Congregational on Friday
THE J. F. DEAL STUDIOS
Gorgeously attired ID a stun afternoon, Miss Evadney Curlin,
ping gown of silk organza, witha daughter of Mrs Thena Crowderof *
beaded lace bodice with long 1395 NW 68th Terr., was 307 N.W. 2nd AvenueIs
sleeves, a lace applique accent. joined In holy matrimony to Von \ Then
and listen
ing the front, and a detachable Jacobs, a member of the faculty starting another stay to
cathedral train with lace at the of Dorsey Junior High School,
end and carrying a cascade of GIRLS BEAUTY CONTESTEnter
with the Rev. H. C. McDowell,
white roses with an orchid at.
officiating. THE
by having two SxlO GREATEST SWINGING TRIO
tached thereto, the bride w a s portrait
given ia marriage by, her father The bride was very neatly m4< Dr. Davie dressed in a abort white evening the Beauty Board..
gown of chantilly lace, with FEATURING
The bride was attended by a white pearl slippers, and carrieda Phone FR 4-3034
matron of honor, six bridesmaid beautiful bouquet of orchids
two Junior bridesmaids, A flow and white carnations. The bride 'I"'I.I'''''''' DAVE AKINS on Drums
er girl and a ring bearer. Mrs. was given In marriage by her
Joyce Davis Oat**, a sister of the godfather, L. L. Bibbs.
bride, wan the matron of honor. .The bride was attended by a FRANK ROYAL on Trumpet V
Bridesmaids were Misses Stephanie matron of honor and a brides- COMING 1

Adams, of Lori Angeles; maid. Mrs. Millie Armbristerwas COUNT LEWIS on Organ
Joan Carter of Huntsville, Ala. matron of honor and Miss 9 1
Wood ye Stirrup a cousin of the Rose Stewart was the brides '

bride of Miami j Barber Bran maid. 'I YMCA'SANNUAL OPEN TIL 5 A.M.
shear of Dallas, Texan t Gweq Thomas "Sonny" Armbrister
Washington of North Little was the bestman and Nathaniel
1900 N.W. 75th Street
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hock Ark., and Evelyn Davis of Bethel waft the usher. 15951Jackson's I,

Rt. Petersburg Following the ceremony a reception

The junior bridesmaids were: was held at the home of Musical Soiree .
Misses Carol Ann Davis, a sister the bride. tiIt
I of the bride and Vonelle Porter, The bride is a senior at Be-
: a sister of the bridegroom. thune-Cookman College Mrs. ::: .:. ::: ::: ::: :::

Little Gwndolyn DUI, daughter
, of Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Bass of
Ft. Lauderdale, was the flower

,t I I a girl cousin, and Little of the Franklin bride, was Stirrup the, Central Life Insurance Co. of Florida Toddle Inn

ring bearer.
ANNOUNCES ANNOUNCES y
The bridesmaids were attired
in attractive gowns of varying Registration Aug. 20 thru Sept. 2
j shades of pink. The matron of
New Combination Hospital DAILY 10 A.M. TO 0 P.M.
I honor wore a breath-taking fulli
length gown of rose organza
i
over taffet. The flower girl was Nursery' Kindergarten and Grade School
And Home Policy
I dressed In a pretty pink gown First thru 4th GradesAll

I and the ring bearer sported a ... ... ...
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black and white full dress out-
Hospital Benefits up to $15 per day
, nt.I grade students must be able to work at specified

I Marvfc L. Porter, a brother. of grade level.

the bridegroom, wag the beetman Home Benefits up to $20 per week ..It UBS O__.'..
and miners were William

Mackey of Miami Thlrlee ALL IN ONE POLICY We offer the best in preschool training and a well
Smith. Miami, Raymond PIa ofKey !
and I rounded accelerated elementary program with certified
West; Robert Whitlow
Sidney. Whitlow., both. of_ St. SPECIAL AMBULANCE, MATERNITY AND teachers.
1.and William c. !
Jocteph,
Oaten of Tallahassee. MISCELLANEOUS ,HOSPITAL BENEFITS School officially begins Sept. 5

The bridegroom, the beetman I -.- j For further Information '''.,'
all attiredin
and the usher were

ontfits black and white foil draw Agents and Branches StatewideContact : Call NE+4-4308 NE.3-367? '\\f: '\:. .

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Mrs. I. P. Davis wore an attractive 3038N.W.84th.Terr.: '
Branch,.Office
one of our Agents or .
turquoise dinner gown J f, .t ACr*>I
with shoes and bat to match, Statewide for Additional Information ,. ( ',tl: .' .'" ,.'j .
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Mrs. D. W. Porter was dressed It.i'' ;IN t''. tf: u ? Ii I 7 .. -TJt.Wf -\ .,.r:. ....n *

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Bethany S.D.A. Junior Academy

GRADES tAt t 0
ANNOUNCES RKOlSTIlATlOlC AT 'SCttOOl
5001 NW 26th A vd.

fcegistk-aii&n Begins Morici&y,Juigusi 21L4rtch .
day 0 .m. U> 12 nbon-Nb..,40748
l J.A DETi ANY ACAdEMY PROVIDES .
t'' Accredited course and ratings% Christian teacher Bible
Main Office at O740 N.W. 1-tfth Avenue-Phone OX
Branch at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami, Florida Teacbi- Education In a Christian EnvironmentAn
? ,- accredited private school t* where each child Is important
j ; d Call PL 7-5704 evenings and nights
II. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and 82

GAtrni C. REEVES, Managing EditorEntered of '_...... .'TI "._-_ ..:.1.1t"I" ,'T;.>:_'K ......'" _.P1!" '-. ."".... ": tWUg: ..
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as Second CJjws Matter, August 0, 1027, at the '
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, TURNER'S KINDERGARTEN, .

SUBSCRIPTION RATES I 7168 N.W.16th Avenue '

ONE YEAR $4.50-SIX MONTHS $2.75' -THREE: ) :
Is Now Open For Registration .:'
Out of Town-1 year $5.50(' Six \ I PICK UP AND DELIVERY ",
Member of the Associated Negro PTM t J.
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers of Efficient Dietitian and Trained TeachersFor

I Information: Call,
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS' OX 1.6772-REV. O. E. TURNER
THE NEGRO
PRESS believes
that America can belt:
trom racial and national antagonisms! when it accords A3 6
regardless of race, color or creed his human and legal rl
tin man f"arlng: : no man-the Negro Press strives to
In the Arm belief that all men pro hurt as long as ) 4. T
back. '
Distress Case

YE EDITOR'S.. ,. ,, Hat 'j, ",: f
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I > (In 1\1\ \ $400 Down
City Manager Melvin Reese believes .
Waste Division and other employees working -:I I NO CLOSING COSTOnly
as day laborers should be listed ,in the city's -
system. To this end he will recommend their
the City Commission and submit the probable $69 a Month. One Mortgage
consideration. He hopes a workable basis can CBS, TILE ROOF
:that will keep the retirement system sound. a TO INSPECT CALL

The City Manager said the laborers, most i LEGAL REALTYMU
the Waste Division as collectors of waste 8-3923 PL 80290Nights
were hired over the years without making
Sundays Week DaysMichael's
cation and were not given the benefit of In
come regular city employees. "
These people are now in the process of i
cal examinations.

Those who pass are being classed in observer.'I' h ,. Announces Kindergarten
ies as to physical fitness. r .Registration a
a August 20 thru September 2
This is a commendatory move Manager i for Daily 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
making. We hope the city commissioners n Pre-School Training Certified Teachers
that these public workers will receive the same s School Begins September 5
ation as those employed in other departments. I I 14140 N.W. 23RD COURT

e Opa Locka .
Miami's Crime Prevention authorities re e MU 8.8141, School MU 1-4060, Residence
percent drop in crime during the first' six Mrs. Dorothy Gibson, Owner
This was a bit better than it was for the same i 82
1960. However murders, suicides and
saults were all up, while robberies, burglaries
thefts' were down.Larcenies ;
were higher than last year. y I CBS HONE BARGAINS !I

Detective Sgt. J. A. DiLucchlo of Miami All open Sunday 3.7 p.m.
vention Unit, said these are offenses on which ,
judges crime rates throughout the country. I 5 Bedrooms 2 Baths
which the FBI does not include in statistics ... $750 Down, no closing costs
amounts under $50, declined from 3,562 cases I 1136 N.W. 46th Street
to 2,660 this year.
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It's too bad tSl I -
we are increasing instead of '
the murdering of one another. We have always NO CLOSING COSTS
the penalty for murder should be 'more $450 DOWN
murderer is convicted and sentenced to five or Beautiful corner. Lovely home
imprisonment the chances are that he will not ,
that many; he will soon be at liberty. Give the 4628 N.W. 8th Avenue

life sentence, or at' least 20 years imprisonment R ---- .......
will have fewer killings.We ....
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Doll House Many Extras
realize that many people are against Only$450 down no closing cost ..... :,' ,
punishment, but We believe a life for a life, '
,911 N.W. 47th
many lives. T \ Terrace

Florida's Legislature Reference Bureau is
information for the Legislature. The question of 3-BEDROOM MASTERPIECE
executions act as a deterent against murder Double Comer Lot 100 x 100
will probably be reported for consideration.The .
: .
to NEWS REALTY "w,. *T
Rev. C. T. Pratt n
82-year old The
Broker
That Works
Church of God Union Assembly of Dalton, Ga. For You
congregations are looking for war The 4600 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 4-0655
"We are looking for war and our people are
here. If we go, we go together." Too ill to -- \ill
matter in detail he said congregations have :---- :
ed to his area from Middlesboro, Ky. and from t
ties in Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas.If : Announcing the Opening of

22nd AVENUE
CLEANERS
you missed listening to the
"Important" on channel 10 last Sunday evening, ,:
ly missed something, The Rev. Theodore L 5827 N.W. 22nd Ave. NE 3-7353
dent of the local branch of the NAACP and A. : DRY
president of tho local CORE vs. the Rev. Jack es CLEANING, LAUNDRY AND HATS
tor of South Miami Baptist Church and Atty. ONE DAY SERVICE
Pruitt discussing integration. Fr. Gibson and : : HAROLD "CLES \
SIIARPE
handled the subject cally and masterly. The PROP. AIDt

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SOCIAL PERSONALil; For I SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1961 PAGE BPageant

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f ='=' CCC't:' :o::<:::"=-- kindergarten Now !

:" ';: Booker T. Washington High Jaycee to MeetThe Are you a "working parent"and Beach Hotel I Job Opportunities
School Testing Chairman, Mrs. need all day care for your -
Naomi returned froma ( Greater Miami Urban League
Espy nas
Miami Junior enroll them
Northwest children Then as
weelt'a visit In Boston. will hold and of mind iVJU re-open .on. September 1, I 805 NW First St., II: ,ARe"
Chamber of Commerce JESCA enjoy peace )
For particulars plea contact J)
( e
f Wlieatley Jr., vocational serviced
Wed- from them.Is .
while
its first dinner meeting on you are away
Smith
Mias Grace P. a member nesday night, Aug. 23 at the your child an' only one and the manager, Pageant Beach secretary Phone FR 10470.
of the faculty of Douglas beautiful Hampton House Restaurant needs safe, supervised play with Hotel, Grand Cayman, B.W.I or Chemist (OS-5 OS-IB)
Elementary School i vacationingin on NW 27th Ave. and 24th children of hid own age? Then Mrs. Frances Junge 64 La Salle Duplicating Equipment Operator
Detroit. From Mlcklgan she St This promises to be an hlstor*' send him to JESCA for this Drive, Yonkers, N.Y., phone Engineering Designer
attend Librarian II
to Philadelphia to '
goes need.
of special
Ie meeting. The management
the 2.7th annual Boule of Sigma the Hampton House will give Are you at home and wonder SPencer to- 94327. Motion Picture Specialist OS II

Gamma Rho Sorority.Mr. away free dinners to the first If you should send your child to -- .-
ten persons to arrive promptly at I a nursery school Consider giving
and Mrs David Francis of 8 p.m. Make this a must on your him a chance to live and RUPTURED ? ,
New York City are visiting rela learn with others.
calendar.All happily ,.......... .....
tlv s_In Miami. While here they ItfedIM MfrSwrtitMl OffU* T DheTr.
There is full scale
Jaycee.sare a kindergarten
former
of Mrs. Marie W. Wal- ana present ... Afttr Cernc..... AprewM-Sefe-LOW.
are guests urged to attend. Those of program for your five or six COI T.-
lace. I 1..ILaI! you who know other Jaycees, year old who will enter first PILES RECTAL DISEASES

Mrs. Helen McPhee of Nassau tart passing the word 'along and grade next year. 113 LONG'S CLINIC till:SW.itf.I :
let's pack the house. Don't for. James E. Scott Community As u n. IT
"' ; returns on Sunday after spend get to bring along a coat and tie sociatlon two Day Care Centers
.' Ing a week with her aunt Mrs. teO that we may adjourn directly located,, in Liberty Square Housing .
Muroe and other relatives.One Into the all-new cocktail lounge. Project, 6306 NW 14th ave.
(rear) and James E. Scott
of the many highlights of Homes, 7200 NW 22nd ..
ave., pro .. ,
the National Social Activitiesthis Pupils to Register ,1': .4'iJa + f
vide a program of education and .. f ::I"n' ;i f,:t"n'
week is the 27th Annual
recreation for children 24 to 6
Boule of Gamma Rho So
Sigma August 31 years of age.
rorlty meeting in Philadelphiaat
the Benjamin Franklin Hotel. Mld-mornlng snack, balancedhot
Most of the expected 163,000 lunch, an afternoon snack
Among local sorors attending are pupils: who will start to schoolon and a nap period are Included in
Gwendolyn S. Cherry, Grace P. September 5 registered durIng the all day schedule.
Transportation ,
Smith, Ruby Thomas, Verneka
Spring Registration Week will be furnished for three
Silva and Autherine Strapp, all last April. However, the follow. who need it.
,teachers In Dade County. ,\Ing groups who were not ,registered
,Mra. Strapp and Mrs. Sliva at that time must registeron Watch for the opening date a ew
will visit Washington and New or before August 31. Pupils early In September. Enrollment .,
York before returning home.. who have moved into another Is limited so register early. For
further Information call PL

|Miss Belma Hurd. ..e.ffjcient school Qc.rarkatlU area. senior high school (n.m.11and t5 n.JtAe hoursot t I "
nurse for Dr. William A. Patterson -I pupils go to school attended last p.m. Monday thru
Jr., is vacationing in Texaa.E. year and receive a transfer slip Friday,

which they must present on or --_.- --...-.- makes
-' -' -'-- S Quality
Edward Johnson and Mrs. before August 31, to the school .
Helen Watson left on 'Wednes serving their new address. Poitier'sDAY .w .w --
day by PAA for vacation in Nas School officer are open dally, the difference
sau and Gregory Town Eleu Monday through Friday. NURSERY AND
thera, where they will attend the Elementary pupils need not .A delicious difference you can taste/
wedding of his grandson, James secure transfers but must report KINDERGARTENRegistration .. .
Wilfred Sweeting. on August 31 to the elementary
school serving their new home is now going on AS ADVERTISED ONWMBM'
Deputy Daughter Ruler Marie address.'
White, MM. Ellen Taylor and Pupils who will change schools Pick up and delivery service
Mrs. Amelia Shavers left today because of a new school has been
for New York City where they jstabllshed or boundary lines For further information
will attend the Elks' National changed.
Convention. They will be rest These pupils were notified of Call PL 1-2659
dents at the Commodore Hotel. this change in May and should 1220 ON EVERY RADIO
report to the new school on first .11' . . .
Mrs. Earl Mlzell, outgoing Jay of classes Sept. 5.F1IIST .
president of the Gamma Z eta S\
Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa NOT KKGI&TKIl(HtAD ICS IN WHO APRIL DID Home For Sale )}: 1\ 1 } 1I 1\
Alpha Sorority Is in Chicago at- 1

tending the boule. These pupils repor with birth Custom built for comfort I WITH PLEASURE .
certificates to proper school on
Wendell M. Graham celebrated August .31.Junior Central air conditioning and

his fifth birthday. witha partyat or senior high pupils heat ventilating fan, tile THE FIESTA CLUBPROUDLY
his home on Thursday after. report to school any day except bath and roof, fenced yard,
noon. Saturday and Sunday on or before -
August 31.Elementary 2 bedroom CBS. FHA, kit.
Mrs. Molly: H. Ellis and mother .pupils report on chen equipment and rugs PRESENTS I
of New York motored to the 1
August 31 to school In their
,Nassau.Magic City this week. Next stop area. included. 1048 NW 49th St. : : KELSAN'SSATIN :

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Price
: $14,000
The Drs. Domon of Phlladel Community Club :
phla and their four children PLAYMATES i
spent a week in Miami as the Annual TeaThe
guests of Mr. and Mrs. George
Kilpatrick, who hosted a party 63rd St. Community Club Dugie's Guest House OF '61
In their honor. Invites you to its third Annual
Tea Sunday, August 20 at 6 p.m.
Mrs. Gwendolyn Welters spent at 2361 NW 63rd St. ]I The House of Clean Rooms IN A l
six weeks of study toward a The guest speaker will be Mrs. Overnight Rooms
master's degree at Columbia Un- H. C. Carswell, president of the Clean rooms cost less Shows of Shows .
iversity. Women's Missionary Society of Seeing is Believing
the AME Churches, South Atlan Entitled
Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Paschal ta District Mrs. Carswell is a
Phone NE 4-3851 .
dynamic speaker. "Here Comes The Blues"
are the parents of a baby girl.
A unique program will be ren 2941 N.W. 47th St.

Mrs. Hazel Sanders and son dered. The public Is invited. Miami 42, Fla. I Featuring
Mike of 2560 NW 160th St. re Mrs. Lassie Ross, president; JACKIE JONESSong
turned from a two weeks vacation Miss Leatha Cocoran, secretary. Jamaica Dujcle, always A friend
in New York City, August A26 Stylist Extraordinair
7,. They visited many friends in I The VersatonesPlus
Jamaica and Hollk Long Island
that they had not seen In ten 'to Female Vocalist Extraordinair
St. Care
20 years. Stephen Day
Mona Lisa, M. C.
Center
Miss Emma J, Wilson of Tallahassee NEW

: received her master's N.W. 73rd Street FRI. -SAT.- SUN.
degree August 11 from FloridaA 1781 APARTMENTSFOR
and M University She was I
Initiated in the Kappa Delta PI Registration will begin ADULTS AUGUST 18.19.20

Honor Society. She is visiting Music by Eddie Dunn's Orchestra
relatives in Miami, Rev. and Aug. 18, 1961 Hardwood Floor
Mrs. James Waldon. Admission Free Tables Free

CALL PL 86067Officially Beautiful Kitchens For Reservations Phone FR 48105

Mrs. Lillian Wheeler and two Opens Sept. 5 Beautiful Bathroomswith *
children, Clyde and Genese are
( showers)
in Miami visiting Mrs. F. H. Paschal .
"Splendid care andSupervision" ,. Sunday Afternoon, Summer JazzA
and brother.Mr. Quiet LocationSee
Gigantic Amateur Show
at
and Mrs. Maxwell J. Is Our Motto MONDAY, AUGUST 21

Thompson of Nassau, arrived in 754 N.W. 70th St. Featuring Calypso All-Stars andDannY'
A.M. to 4 P.M.DONT .
Miami Tuesday afternoon on a 7
That Talk
with Drums
vacation trip. The Thompsons , .-- Phone HI 4-3673 Raye
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are now stopping at the Patricia '"
Hotel In downtown Miami. They M *

expect to be in Miami about one .- COMING ATTRACTIONS

week.au. Mr.before Thompson returning is the to Chief Nas MISS TIlE ; : ... Monday, August 28-uA Nite in Haiti"Limbo

Magistrate. (municipal Judge) inNassau. Jaycees' Dinner Or King Cole Apt. i Contest with Nassau the prize-A FREE trip to


Meeting At 6501 6511 -6541, Free Conch Salad i

MIAMI TIMES ADSDONT August 23rd : ;. N.W. 12th Ave. The Sensational Grand Bahama Mama

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PAGE 6 SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1961 PHIL OSSOFER

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space, but their main ob 3-C BAR "

By ORA D. TAYLOR jectlve Is still the conquest of
Inner space the space be-
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SPECIAL THANKS girls! In October they had their Through their latest space 5211 N.W.17th Ave.

Investiture ceremony, November achievement, the Commies have ,
To my community neighboring visited the Museum cxf Natural finally caught up with their
communities and all the people Science and History; December, propaganda which has always OPEN HOUSE
who did so many thoughtful went community caroling on been way out.
deeds during my recent bereavement Christmas Eve; Januar7.'l ade a '
and sorrow I again ex trip to Storyland In Pompano It Is rumored that their next FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1961

press personal thanks and ap- Deach; February .presented a outer space objective Is the
preciation. My thoughts art full program at the Old Folks HomeIn moon. I've no objective to its Miami's Newest Ebony Bar
of the kindness rendered then I ,Kendall and distributed cookies fulfillment providing they remain -
and now from day to day. My and cupcakes the girls bad there.Knowing COLDEST BEER ,AROUND
sorrow has been alleviated be made themselves. In March the
cause of your services which will girls sold Girl Scout 'cookies and the Commies objectives DRAFT BEER 6c A GLASS
in this world, I'd like as
live In my forever. God
memory visited the Wax Museum; in
bless each of you whoever you May they went swimming at much space as possible between Meet Your Old and 'New Friends Here
are or wherever you are. Crandon Park Beach and visited them and us.

the zoo. A group also sang at the Before long they'll be dishing COME IN LET'S GET ACQUAINTED
REV. ROSS ILL IN Frank C. Martin ,PTA Seasonal out their propaganda from fly- -

V. A. HOSPITAL Tea.The ing saucers in an effort to cow Shirley and Mary, BarmaidsCAROL'S

We are informed that liter, .troop has been meeting us with bull from the milky way.
of Bethel Bap regularly once each week and \[ i t *
L. R. Ross pastor besides. the above activities have No matter how high the Russians Jji; {
tilt Church is ill in VeteransHospital
had cook-outs and participatedin go there will always be a
Coral Gables Visits the Compass Glass directedby Higher Authority who will keep
cards and your prayers are welcome I Harry Cole. Now the girls their ideology from encirclingthe
in behalf of this tUne
pas
tor. are looking forward to summer earth. KIDDIE KOLLEGE
day camp and more girl scout
Communfon activities in the fall. U.S. Court Reverses
The wereon Troop leader is Mrs. Anita P. Is now open for enrollment for the coming school
the highest spiritual level at Expulsion, of Ala.
Martin last Sunday. The pastor Gray; assistant leader is Mrs. term. We offer the best care for your child. Hot
'
Rev. L. R. Brown backed by an Crispin 'Fife.Railroad. State StudentsNew
meals and evening snacks. Wholesome recreation, in
Angelic Choir carried the congregation -
to ,the pinnacle of York The U S. Courtof dividual sleeping cots, and pick up land delivery service
righteousness. Did not our hearts Employees Appeals this week reversedan
in Liberty City Brownsville asd Miami. Hours
burn :as God's ''word and songs Alabama Federal District ,
prevailed. 'ConclaveThe Court which had upheld the con.troversial arranged for convenience working( mothers. For
expulsion of nine Ala-
bama State College Negro students further information call PL 8-8476 or FR 1.2209 and
Your Scribe will attend the recent 17th blennual con- .
NAREB in ,Boston Mass, begin vention of ,the International Association for participation in "sit in" register now. A26
ning Aug. 1825. The meeting is of 'Railway Employeeswas In February, 1960.
at the Sheraton Hotel. Many national held here at the Sir John The Fifth Circuit Court sitting -
speakers will be in atten Hotel. Delegates from more than in New Orleans La., ruled .
dance. This trip is a part of a seven states were graciously received ,. that "due process requires notice
two weeks vacation, the first to and entertained by local and some opportunity for
be taken in two years ,because of No. 3 of Miami. hearing before students of a tax-
supported college are expelledfor NEW CUSTOM BUILT HOMESSold
steady application to realty This local takes this methodto misconduct."
work. While away, I will visit thank all of its friends in the
"An decision
relatives in Rochester, N.Y. and extremely important 35 already-Demand
city who extended their warm ," commented Jack Green- so great
New York City. Armstrong Manor
friendship and courtesy. Special berg, NAACP Legal Defense
where I serve as sales manager thanks to the We have ;built more
go following
per- Fund counsel, who argued the
under exclusive
contract
sons:
presented me with White Lady case for the students. "This case See 3062 N.W. 60th Street .
Baltimore luggage for meritorious Mrs. Elizabeth Scott who en. firmly establishes that there
tertained a group ol executive must be adequate hearing before
and faithful service for the
board members at her home witha expulsion of a student from a Open Sunday 12 noon to 5 p.m.
past two with them.
years grand dinner. 'Her menu consisted state college for misconduct."

Mrs. Paschal left by the South of a shrimp cocktail as appetizer The students were expelled in $1,000 CASH $100 PER MONTH
with main course being March 1960 for "sitting-In" at
Wind
Friday morning. She will
turkey with all the trimmings, the Montgomery Courthouse +
attend the convention and -
vaca baked ham candied yams, maca lunchroom in February 1960
tion with
relatives
and in-laws roni with ,cheese, string beans a and for further ,demonstrationsafter
after the meeting, Mrs. PaschalIs Milton Rothman
tossed salad and hot rolls. De. the "sit-In" They were not
active In church, civic and ,
sert was home made ice cream. tried or convicted by an Alabama
humanitarian activities.. Mrs. Scott had as her hostess, .state court :for aitting-ln. 7287 S.W. 57th Avenue

Mrs. Rose Munlin and Mrs. Rosa

Our deepest sympathy goes ,to L. Tolbert. Phones MO 7-2561 or MO 6-8407

Mrs. Ruth Mae Hodge and fame The second group of board ,
ily in the recent passing of her members were graciously enter- /

husband. We can say to you in tained at dinner by Mrs. Susie -
comforting words "May you find McMurry in her home at 1620 -- 1IC : : r I
strength and courage too In NW 63rd St. She served a lovely
knowing that God is close to fruit cocktail as appetizer with
you." main course consisting of Southern lw
fried chicken baked "ham, PRIZES !i
TROOP 405 COMPS OUT potatoes au gratin string beans,
stuffed celery, pickles relihh
Intermediate Girl Scout Troop hot biscuits, desert being ice :
405 climaxed its activities for cream and cake. Co-hostess with
the school year with Backyard Mrs. McMurray was Mrs. Curllne

Camping other things which cooking included with, among equip. Carter. '] : : : By Listening To
Thanks -
go to the following
ment made ,
by the girls, tent
raising a campfire persons who appeared on pro
basic first aid and flag program ceremon, gram at the Sir John Hotel for STRAIGHTENYOUR
the WMBMWhen
banquet: Misses Barbara

ies.This has been an active year Williams, Dorothy Jenkins, Jac- HAIRat
quelyn Chatman
Barbara Car-
for these fifth and sixth grade
negy and Mr. Maddox.
Local No. 3 is thanked again HOME In one quick your favorite WMBM disc jockey calls you,

for the lovely repass served to EASY APPLICATIONYou answer your phone by saying "WMBM" and identifythe
the delegates
on the night of
NOW
OFFICIALLYOPEN Memorial Services at Trinity can have natural-looking disc jockey if you are listening to WMBM. If I

Church. They were also the winner straight hair the safe, easy you do this, you will have won $12.20, and if you are
SILKY STRATE way. Do it
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WorldWideEmploymentAgency Mrs. Jessie Barton ia queen for and money. The eaay.to-follow special prize Remember, say WMBM and ides-
the next two years. directions assure professional-
Many thanks to all who helped like results. Your hair stays tify the disc jockey.
straight and eaay-to-manage for
/ make our convention
a suc- months will not go back CALLS MADE ALL DAY LONG

cess.Mrs. even when wet.
1307 N.W. Clarice Carnegy la president
3rd Ave. FOR MINt lUowtar Strength for short, .
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e. Largest hotel in Miami 150 .............#
CashWashing 212.20 Cash

MAIDS work In New rooms from f T.OlS'week up. Also L
Machine TV large worth
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ANNUAL PICNIC

In response to President Ken I to educate and Inform individual
nedy's invitation to otter auggea- I Americans about the UN.He Saturday, August 26
tons'! to the Government on the further stated that Khrushchev
Berlin crisis, the Greater Miami and the Soviet delegation to the I s "
Chapter of the American As UN Is afraid to bring the Berlin 9 r 1 ar9YP 1 1r
soclatlon for the UN has formulated question before the UN. Khrush 1
and sent the following res. chev knows he can win no vic Beautiful Home on
olution to the President, to Secretary tory there, where world opinionwill a
of State.Rusk and Ambas'tailor turn against his efforts to Your Lot
Stevenson; to Senator Ful- bring on a world war. If the : .
bright, Holland: and Smathere, American people want to etop S 3.
and to Representative Fascell: Khrushchev, they can do it by ftv UnuJ
"Whereas, the Greater Mlam asking the President to force
Chapter of the American Association him before tho UN. .
for the UN supports the J
the United Nations,
"Only
position of our President at the
added Mr. Strell, "can stop ag
time of crisis over Berlin, and "
gression without war.
"Whereas, we are thankful
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9-day civil rights sit-in at been made in the Mississippi AUGUST 19, 1961 PAGE g" .

el k the Wisconsin Statehouse In Legislature." il
Madison apparently has influenced Donnelly was blasting Republican
the State Senate to act on two Sen. Jerrls Leonard, ;. '
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intl-dlscrimlnatlon measures. who had said, "The more you I'
The measures were withdrawn read this bill .the more disgust 4'
1 from a committee last night aft Ff I
er a bitter ing it becomes. It obviously was ., t, Cr"L.Y"D"'E KILLENS
argument In which
not drawn by, people with a real
six senators switched and voted interest in civil rights but by 1
In favor of releasing them for !
I full Senate consideration. people who have allowed their y
I During the' committee debate,emotions to run away" KNIGHT
Democratic Sen. Davis Donnelly .

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D.O. August 2126. ,
Delegates from the various SPECIAL POLICYFor sparkling comedy drama
Districts of Florida, the Bahamas .
Washington Virginia and and show entitled
New York will be represented
The General Grand Worthy M ', Dinah Washington "BAD DAN CHAINLIGHTNING"
Superior is looking forward to a
very pleasant session filled with Announced by
new ideas for a bigger and
brighter future for the order.
"The Glass"dLYDE '
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IT'S A REAL SELL-OUT I

Henry West Jr.. 36, of 2195 '9 vkj4.M .
NW 74th St., tried to light his Because of the unusually 4's
way out of a supermarket Mon. heavy demands for tickets

day night with a gun after he AT KNIGHT BEATFRI. and tables for the DINAH .
was shoplifting stopped on suspicion of WASHINGTON Shows,

He was overpowered by Metro chiefly from members of
Policeman Roger Fry who was the other race, Clyde Kil-
SA T. -SI//V./
on duty near the Stevens lens announces this week
Market, 6209 NW 27th Avee '44 .
Vern Longbury, 42, of 170 E. AUGUST 25 -26-27 that he is forced to use a r
36th St., Hialeah, a guard at the SPECIAL POLICY FOR
store, said he saw articles of THE ONE AND ONLY THESE SHOWS, in orderto
clothing protruding from underWest's accomodate all of the

about to shirt leave as the the store.man was people who want to see and

The officer tried to atop DINAH WASHINGTONWith hear DINAH.

West, who pulled a gun and
dashed for the door. Officer There'll be two shows each
Fry Joined In the fray, and aftera Her Entire Show and Band night Friday, Saturdayand

brief scuttle, knocked the gun Sunday, August 27. All
out of West's hand and arrested Including The Dells Quartette
him persons must make reservations -
Recording Star for a specific show on

Operation Clean-up a specific date, includingthe
Shirley Bowen matinee. In other words,

SuccessfulMiami's Singer, organist, star of motion picture "Pillow Talk" when making your reservations Papa Turner

With Doris Day or when buying tickets

Operation Cleanup you must say exactly His entire family and a

,a not crash Included trash In pickup the city's of Item regu Special Matinee Show and what show you want to see host of other stars
lar waste disposal program on what date. Your
netted over 4,000 tons of refuse reservation and ticket will
material which had been accumulating be good for that show and Comedy Drama Fun

in some instances, ONLY THAT
for over 30 years. Sunday Aug. -sm. SHOW. They .
City Manager M. L. Reese, will not be good for any
whose proposal for the other show.Killens ,
projectwas FRI. SAT. SUN.
endorsed by the City' Com For Convenience of Those Who Can't Stay up Lateor ,

mission, termed the three successive Who Work at Night is asking that all
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weekly pickups, recently -
concluded as highly success Admission Advance Door $3.00 persons kindly cooperate in
ful" : $2.50 this special policy in order Adm. Fri. & Sat. $1.00

"We are considering a semiannual Advance tickets and reserved tables on sale NOWAt that he may accomodate Saturday $1.25
program as a tie-In with
the national 'clean-up', paint-up Knight Beat and Sir John Hotel everyone on this occasion.
t drive' In the Spring, as well asa This is a special' policy for Sunday $1.25
clean up Just prior to the All Tables FREE
f i launching of the South Florida the DINAH' WASHINGTON
The
1 winter season," Reese added. Announcing Re-Opening I
Four city divisions cooperated 'Of The Former SHOWS only.ttfJA1t1' .
In the catch-all rubbish drive
under the direction of J. Orady MAE'S BEAUTY CHESTSTEERS TIMES ADS I DON'T COST THEY PAY
' Phelps waste division superintendent -'
and Included the street ---- ,
,, and parks divisions as wall as BEAUTY SALON *-5! = 3 e 38g3e88
police department personnel.
Some 18 cranes with clamshell Ernestine Swain Holland, Prop. V .oFOR RENT
buckets designed for pick. : _
ing up yard rubbish, 80 trucks Matalie Grant, Manager Operator

and 200 employees parttelated in Yvette Mikel, Operator 2 Bedroom House
Operation Cleanup, the first in
Miami in 20 years. 6833 N.W. 15th AVE. OX 1-8824
Not without its humorous as- _
peels, the cleanup brought old FurnishedOPA
stoves, water heaters, washing .
machines and stacks of Venetian Announcing The Opening of
blinds among other things. LOCKA
Newspaper mounds dated back to NEW LIBERTY CITY

1930 issues. Detective Bureau of InvestigationLicensed .
One woman sheepishly admit.
ted she had been trying for and Bonded by City and State 1 Bedroom duplex Apt
weeks to get rid of a huge rug
by cutting It up In small pieces Chief Nick FergusonAND
little by little, and she finally
got rid of the remaining square ASSOCIATE Furnished

yards In one fell swoop. in Private HomesStore Protection I
In all, 1, 515 truckloads accounted Specializing
for 4-714 tons of trash And Personal Information I NA 4.1605

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office of
you have always had a desire alone
I "", ""'P=:t P== = to go to college but have Junior College, 1007 NW 12th
(been unable to do so because of ave or 1895 NW 95th St., no
TIlE,STANDARD OF LIVING later than August 24.
lack of time, It Is now possiblefor
FALLACYAs you to receive college credit
this column has pointedout by watching your television set Attends National
time and again, civilization at home
is not a total good, for wherever Dade County Junior Collegewill Alliance PostalEmployees _
it has prevailed, it ,has pre- offer three credit courses on
disposed nations to dissolution.. WTHS-TV, Channel 2, starting MeetIn
One by one the nations of his with the fall semester on Sept. '
tory have failed to survive the 11, closing January 26, 1962. DetroitThe Florist ,
exacting tests of civilization. The three credit courses to be Miami Branch of National -
Under civilization and the con offered are Reading Improve Employees and its associates 1101 N.W. 3rd Avenue ."
ditions thereof, there is a break ment, Typewriting II, and will be well represented at the Phone FR 4.1205
down in a nation's'' ,body, its Stenoscript Shorthand. Each national meeting in Detroit More Than 30 Yearsof
mind and Its 'morals. This course will be offered for two Leland Hotel. The ,branch presi- Satisfying Service
break-down is seen all aroundus -...... .' .,.. -.. ... semester hours of credit. dent, John Fryar and wife, the
today. The puzzling problemsof Students enrolling in these auxiliary president, Mrs. Ruby
the health of civilized nationsare offenses When serious crimeIs television classes will receive Scott husband, Mr, and Mrs.
ever .before- us. There are reported every 15 seconds, Instructions by watching their Ike Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Ha-
f not enough 'hospitals In' the land something approaching a national home television sets at the ap gan Eason. Mr. Edward Harris,
to take care of those who need l breakdown" in morality is propriate time and they will be is delegate from the Branch and NOW
them. close at hand. required to attend five class sessions Mrs Coreatha Paschal Is auxiliary OFFICIALLY
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j 'It'is' ho 'Ifess ''true of 'our men The News Leader goes on to on the Dade County JunIor delegate.
tally sick, who, fill to oyerfolwing point out: "What is to blame for College Campus. These sessions I i I OPEN
the"'me'ntal institutions, with thin appalling condition? How is will be held during the
psychiatry enjoying an ever widening : It to be set right? There is Evening hours at various Inter NEED MONEY
''popularity, and the psyclatrlsts plenty of blame to go around. va'.s throughout the period of I WorldWideEmploymentAgency
enjoying a field day. The great communications media telecasts. Two of these sessions $25 to $600
We are' told that It all. the can take part of it in their exaltation will be devoted to midterm and I Call PL 8.3653
people who -need Institutionaltreatment l i of sex and violence. final examinations and the other
for mental disorderswere Schools can share in it; what three sessions will ,be for stu- IDEAL LOAN
adequately,, served. it would sense of discipline have they dent-teacher conferences. i
require double the number of Inculcated in their pupils Applications to enroll In these 6105 N.W. 7th Ave.'aiaiMlMliaHtls 1307 N.W. 3rd Ave.
the mental' institutions we now Churches are not blameless; courses must be in the admis .
have how far have they drifted from .AG1c
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bodies and minds under the welfare state, has created an at 0
pressures of civilization, the tnosphere in which tax evasion, CUT-RATE STOREThe 'COOKS
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rupt the axe Is lying at the root The foregoing excerpt from one 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376 homes, sleep in, free room,
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of
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greatest boast for tomorrow "
..L ? The highest standard of our faoral threatened corruption nation.in the life of IfFi J :toONT COST THEY PAY

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.The high living standard has
through all history proved to bea
corrupting influence. The con- BONDEDCOLLECTION
quering nations of history have DONE BYJohnson
J been hungry and semi-hungry.
The nations that gave, themselves :,';t h):
to idolatry and sin have been'the ,
best d, the, best, clothed and
the best-housed l 'nations. 'This is .q:
sad ,but true.
In our' country, with the to M
'l world's highest standard of living J
crime is growing faster than
the population ''Editorializing"on I .
a recent release of the DirectorJ. AGENCY Inc.
Edgar Hoover, director of the ,
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nation's FBI, the Richmond j a

News. Leader .eaysr "Last year ..' .-I.
lawlessness reached new'peaks tJ.::, .11. '." ,' :' '
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largest and rental
in the United States.\ Every cate- ;.'" '..tt. tr? N.
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Between: 1955, and 1960 the of, Miami agency in the South; operating in
juvenile population Increased by

j\I crime only 25(increased percent, ,by while 48 juvenile percent '<109 N:W. 17th Street Dade and Broward Counties'

Children under the age.of 15 ac- Phone FR 7.2294
coun ed for [nearly 216,000 ,arrests Negro Housing areas
j ; nearly 4,000 were for sex ..faJ -: L. L. 'BROOKS' President

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BETHEL BAPTIST The church announces formal
I ly the opening of ,ita E. S. Rich
Richmond Heights ardaon 'Kindergarten School on
Rev. L. R. Ross, Pastor I September' 5. The best possible
Loretta Blakely, Asst. reporter Christian training and atmosphere

Sunday School................._.. 9:30: awaits your children.
Morning service .................... 11:00 Phone NE 4-8347.
r BTU ............................................ 8:30& :Airs. Claudia Moorman and
Evening service ....................... 7:00 Mrs. Marjorie A. Alexander are
The annual Missionary Anniversary manager and ,assistant manager
will be held at Bethel respectively

ST. PAUL A. M. E. SPIRITUAL BAPTIST State TeaThe Baptist Church on Sunday Aug TEMPLE 'BAPTISTRev.
20, at 3 p.m.
Rev. M. J. Fayson, pastor 10250 'AW. 176th St. Episcopal Churchwomenof On Sunday morning Rev. Jones L. A. Thompson pastor

Mrs. Lee Graf reporter Perrine Fla. the Church of the Incarnation delivered the message and it Sunday School ...................... 0.38:
Sunday School . . 9:30 Sunday afternoon at 2:16 a ser invites you to their annual. was very inspirational. At 3 p.m. Morning Worship ................ 11:00:
Morning worship . . 11:00 vice of ordination will be held State Tea Sunday August 27, at we worshipped at the Mt. Moriah Evening Worship ................... 7:30:
Evening worship . . 7:00 for Bro. 'Ezekiel Miller, Bro. 4 p.m. on the beautiful lawn of Baptist Church in Perrine, Rev B. T. U. ......................_....._.. 1:30:
Huel Cox, Bro. Leroy Clark and the Range Funeral Home. A program W. C. Edcar, pastor.BROWNSVILLE Men's Day on Sunday was suc-
With choir No. 1 furnishing Bro. Leo Johnson. The sermon that will hold your atten cessfully carried out by those
the music, our service was most ,will foe preached by Rev. ,L. A. tion every minute has been BAPTIS1 participating. The Rev. H. Ferguson -
Inspiring. Usher Board No. 1 Thompson, pastor of Temple Bap planned especially for this occa chairman, and Charles Am
celebrated Its 37th ,anniversary that Church and moderator of stone Plan to attend. I Rev. R. Thompson, pastor brose! co-chairman, along with
and their program was 'very the Atlantic Coast Baptist As 'Mrs. Levi Johnson is presidentand Annie Pratt, reporter the pastor, wish to thank all the
unique. The junior stewards will sociation. The charge will be Mrs. Oscar W. Weaver Jr., Sunday School......?......M....... 9:3t members for their cooperation
sponsor a program Sunday after given by the Rev. H. W. Moss Sec, Prom Morning worship ................ 11OC and friends for their advertisement -
noon. They will be ,expecting of New Mt. Zion Baptist Church A22 Evening worship...............M... 7:00: and patronage. Those who
in Homestead. The church invites everyoneto could not 'be present aro askedto
you.The Other clergymen and deacons CHRISTIAN SCIENCE and forward this
pastor wishes to thank come worship. come Sunday.
will be a part of the service. ---- .
everyone who accompanied him
to Homestead Sunday night. Christian Science Society, NW saw
The service was enjoyed ,by all. SUNRISE ''M. B. ,CHURCH Miami, holds its services! every
Rev. Cole is very 111 in Jackson 3087 N.W. 60th St. Sunday at 11 a.m. Booker T.
Hospital. Don't 'forget to visit Rev. H. DeLaughter pastor Washington School. Testimonial!
meetings are held once a month,
the sick and shutias.EBENEZER Sis. Clara Carter secretary
the last Wednesday in each
Sunday School . . 9:30:
month at 8 indt
METHODIST Morning service . . 11:00: p.m.
Evening service . . 7:30
MT. AARON BAPTIST
Rev. Aaron D. Hall Sr., pastor .
Revival will begin
meeting
E. Ingram, reporter 6340 N.W. 18th Ave.
Aug. 16. starting at 8 nightly.
Rev. C. W.
Week of Appreciation honoringRev. Preaching will start Monday Scott pastor
night Aug. 21. Everyone la Invited Dea. Earl Colden, clerk
Hall is being sponsored by Sunday School....................... 0:31: (
the Pastor's Aid Board with a to come out and enjoy Morning Worship ................ 11:01:
. program each night these services with us. Rev. Bur- BTU .......................................... Bt)0: )
Monday night, Senior 'U.her 'yer will be the revival speakerfor Evening Worship .... ............ 7:0(1:
Board No. 1 and No.2. the entire week.
Praper meeting Tuesday... 8:00:
Tuesday night, Stewardess FREE DELIVERY DRUG
Boards Nos. 1.2 ,and, 8. I ST. MARY'S C. W. M. THE HOUSE OF GOD
Wednesday night, Boman's Society
of Christian Service and Rev. E. A. Culmer pastor SAINTS IN CHIUST
the Wesleyan Service Guild. Mrs. S. Dawklns, reporter 1612 N.W. 62nd St.
Thursday night, the -:M.thodl.t Sunday School . . 9:45: Mother E, L. Orange, pastor HAROLD JOLLIVETTE' Manager .
Morning 'worship . . 11:00 Joseph W. CoviRgton, reporter
Men.Friday night, ,choirs 'No.1, 2 Evening worship . . 7:30: Sunday School . . 10:00:
and ,the Junior Choir finding! Sunday School was opened by Morning Service . 11:00Y. : TV OR RADIO TROUBLE?
Sunday, Aug. ,20&t/ 4 ,o'clockwith Mlaa S. .Brown Devotional classes 1'. W. W. U. 6:30
the Pastor's Aid 'Board. took their respective places with Evening Service . . 7:30: PHONE PL 1.8381
The ,public 'is cordially( invited their teachers. Lesson was reviewed
to attend and share In''the fell by Rev. II. W. Steward. GRACE PRESBYTERIAN HOUSE SERVICE CALLS $1.50
lowshlp. ,Mrs. Margaret 'Clark, Morning worship was led by
president. Rev. II. V. Steward. The pastor 6895 N.W. 14th Ave. Clearance sale going on, need apace. TV, radio,

Dorcas Circle will have charge delivered the message from Genesis Rev. W F. Savoy, pastor stereo, record players. Price reasonable. All purchases
of 'Class Meeting Tuesday night.. 35:1.: No. 1 choir furnishedthe Sunday School . . 9:80: and repairs guaranteed.. Free Delivery.
William 'H. ,Butler, superintendent ; music with Mrs. F. McFordat Morning service . . 11:00:
of the Sunday School; the organ. No. 2 ushers sere Evening service . . 7:00 KNOW YOUR TV MAN AND SAVE MONEY

Mrs. J. L. Dixon, 'Mrs. ..Marguer ed. Wed. night study . 8:15 JOE SCOTT
ite Thompklns ,and MM. ,Wll- Evening ,devotion was led by Youth Fellowship Friday 7 p.m. AUTHORIZED FACTORY' REPAIR
helmenla M. Davis, attended ,the 1 the ,pastor. lie turned the ser?
Leadership school at Bethune- vice over to A. Carey, the direc- CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP 923 N.W. 62nd Street, Miami PL 1.8381
Beach last week. tor of the male chorus who celebrated .

Cookman College in DaytonaLet their 4th anniversary. 220 N.W. 20th Street -........_..._......................_.._N.NwM.NNM.N.NN......__..
us not forget to visit the Hanson Wallace WM master of Elder G, G. Fann, pastor
sick and shutlnl.TRIUllPH ceremonies, Mrs. Harold Hlggs Sister Mary Browder reporterWe HELP WANTEDKINDERGARTEN
was at the organ. The guest Invite you ro come and
speaker was W. Hunter. The pas worship with us.
CHURCHPrince tor, officers and members wish to Sunday School . . 10:00 TEACHERAge
C. thank all of the participants who Morning worship . 11:30:
pastor
MobUjr
Sic C. McKinney, ,reporter appeared on the program. Spec- Evening worship . 7:30 22 to 35 years. Experience in teaching and disciplining

School of Wisdom . 10:00Y. : ial thanks to Mrs.. H. HI gas who .... young children. Unencumbered, pleasing
P. E. Band d. . 6:30 has ,helped 00 wonderfully, with -
Evening worship . ..... 8:00: the program making it a sue SEE THE SOUTH'S personality ,and diligent worker. Minimum college
cess. training two in elementary education. None
All roads are leading to the LEADING COLORED years
14th annual School of ':Wisdom NEW BETHEL BAPTIST PSYCHIC: READER other need ,apply. Hours 7iOO until 4tOO.
and YPE Band convention which
is now in session in Ft. Lauder 1571 N.W. 88th Terrace -CONSULT HER- Interview by appointment only, AFTER Aug. 20
dale at 1533 NW 5th St. until Rev, Ernest Williams, pastor Ilk
Sunday, Aug. 20 at the closing of Deacon Fred Williams, reporter NE 44308JACKSON'S
the convention there will be a Sunday School . . 9:30
King and Queen crowning Morning ,worship . 11:UO
among the supervisors. A beau- Evening worship . . 7:30 TODDLE INN
tiful trophy will be awarded to The junior choir will take the All

the pastor that sends in the lar stand on Sunday. The friendly .......__._........__............__...._.....11..' 1 ,.n.
Best report from his church. The hand of welcome always is open
,
trophy last year was awarded to ed, to you at New Bethel.

Prince D. Williams of Liberty Not a Palm Readier Not a Fortune Teller
City. Prince W. J. Roberts and St. Matthew' Freewill
Mother T. James were crowned Not a Rootman Not God Either But

King ors. Elder and Queen J. Foster of the is supervis the host 'Rev.2014 J. N.B. W.Woodley 6th Court, pastor Let her year. of experience guide JUST A GOD SENT MAN I

pastor and Prince R. L. Williamsthe Bro. Nathaniel Thomas, reporter as and a lighthouse protect you guide throughout the ships life Ir Rev. Shepherd Bogaetora><
state superintendent presid Stop! Look! and Lfetent Good a storm. For success In business
ing. old time revival service is now and love.DON'T r* re- Do yon hv n problem ,
being held at St. Matthews. Prayer y Mii*
RUT. GET DusineM Ibid, Marriage'
Each Sunday morning the aer- service begins Tuesday night STAY IN THE
are heard over station WMBM after the second Sunday and OUT NOW. BY THE HELP OF Falling, Can't win the manor
from 8:45 until 9 o'clock. i preaching service begins Mon GOD SHE CAN HELP YOU. woman you love, fleets

Each Saturday night there is day night after the third SundayIn Office Hours: Crossed, Need Money
a singing program at the church. this month which is August. 9 rThurs.
9 p.m.
The address is 14901 NW 22nd The Rev. Woods from Georgia laIn a.m.. 9 ..m. to everything Going Wrong'lflealtll
Ave in Opa Locka. The public Is charge of the service We are I i l H .r, Bad Can't Satisfy
always Invited to attend all of asking one and all to come out 7 p.m. 117 w
our services at all times.BAHA'I and help win souls and have a DAILYBunday : J four Husband or Wife

real good old revival. Want a New Home or Car
-Sister Bessie Lee Robinson :
FAITHThe will like to extend herself along : 10 ..m. 3 p.m.READING -
Baha'te of Miami will with her usher board for the
present their regular ,weekly discussion many thanks and service that I SEE ME TODAY

at the Baba'l Center, 137 you all rendered Sunday for her I $1.00 UP Never before in the hiftoryof
No. 1 usherboard's
NW 11th are., 8 p.m. Sunday, along with the Miami, have M many
this 10th anniversary. The
Aug. 20. The subject for
session will be: "How to Find amount raised was $602.01.MT. 23 Years Experience people been helped by this

God." The public is cordially -- grout wonder man.

vited. CALVARY BAPTIST MADAMHUNTER Ii It costs nothing to

Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor
MT. HERMON A. ,M. E. come in and talk
.
Phyllis Myen, reporter 1657' N.W. 73rd ST.

Sunday School . . f;&0 Sunday School . . .:10 MIAMI. FLA. 627 N.W. 9th St. 1 FR 1.3363
11:00 Morning Service . . 11:00 | Apt
Morning Worship . Don't Write-Call In Pereon
Evening Worship . . 7:00 BTU . . . . *!' /
Evening Service . . 7:00
Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor





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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA New Judicial

PAGE 12 SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1961
District OKd 1 (
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Judiciary Committee Monday .

I II IN-AROUND THE BAHAMASThe approved approved legislation legislation to to create crate a a I 1B 4 H b. W.svs .I.v -MM,V ww- ....... i BM M*

Central Florida. OX 1.7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.

-'>....J>....J.-1 .......!L-.J ;-l'--I: -I.I; )W.oiQt:3'' The ,bill, sponsored by Sen.
--- George A. Smathers, (D., Fla.) FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
The Lord Bishop of Antigua, ing on May 7. The car Richard now goes to the full Senate.
the Right Rev. Donald R. son was driving struck Daniel
Knowles, wla >be the special Deleveaux who died later. Rich !:ifjjjiiEEM; EXPLODES .I m"-l
'preacher for the Civil Service to ard did not stop. He left for Miami Night in NassauFor ,
be held at Christ Church Cathedral on Bahama Star on which
r'' Sunday, Nov. 6. .ie was employed. When the boat a night of fun and plea. 1I -: WONDROUSCOLORSCOPE
sure never to be forgotten, Poin : {
The first Bahamian to be pro returned to Nassau he was taken ;, .
ciana Social and Resort Club Invites -
moted to the bishopric of the nto custody. you to its Night in Nassau.. j, 4'i;
Anglican Church, he was conse Place: 6410 NW 15th ave., Ma- .
crated Lord Bishop of Antigua : ; SPECTACLE /
sonic Hall. Dade: Saturday, Aug.
Brenda Major was crowned
on January 25, 1955. Prior to
19. Time 9 until. M. D.
p.m.
Miss Bahamas of 1961
Friday
that time he had served as rectorof
St. Matthews and other night, Aug. 11 at the Cat and Simpson Is president.
churches in the Bahamas as Fiddle. In the presence of hun (H'
priest. dreds of spectators, MagistrateM. .
,
J. Thompsos announced the

Godfrey Eneas, 18, has been maulmous decision of the itdPb
awarded the Stephen Walmsley Judges.. Brenda received an all:*
Memorial Scholarship.. 'He will axpensG round,trip,ticket to Kingston : ;
Jc I
Jamaica. She was crownedy
enter, Tuskegee Institute, in' September !
) Lady Symonette. WSJ ,
for a four-year course,
and will do his post graduate Lenora Rogers and Elizabeth i
work at the College of Tropical Cooper, runners-up, were given For the befit in;
in Trinidad. all-expense round trip fare to
Agriculture
hair weov visitor
.1 Miami. The tickets donated
The scholarship: is provided by were
an anonymous donor and Is be ')y the Development Board. The call the Mod-!
ing handled by Editor E. Dupuchof Beauty Pageant was a very attractive ernistlc Beauty,, t'
The Nassau Daily Tribune. affair. Salon. Hair:'' Q
..,
: ,
wee v covers ': '
The month of July "took the .., f
Clement Bethel, son of Mrs. bald spots,! .
cake" so far as the tourist busi
ness in July is concerned in Nas- Lilias Bethel, East Bay St., re thickens and Shown at 7:22 Only
sau. The Immigration Depart turned home recently after com lengthens t h
ment reoited that 13,900 tourlists pleting a three-year course in hair and el' 1
arrived, ,breaking all previous music at 'the Royal Academy, hair can ] :. t
i records. London, and one year at London styled beautifully. {
'Jnlverslty Institution of Education -

Wilfred Moss, 44, of Crooked He has received his LRAM, SALLIE COLLINS, Technician i
3IISM and Music Teacher's Certlflcate. ELMYUA E. TANNIN, Prop.
Island and Austin Davis, 28, of
.
Exuma, convicted for the mur- COMMERCIAL IIAIR FOR SALE
der of Oustavius Rolle, were Modernistic Beauty Salon
hanged on Tuesday, July 8. 1
Rolle was reporter missing on Negotiations are said to be 826 N.W. 3rd Ave.
January 29, a few days after he underway for a giant develop FR 4-9944 his heartto
SINGING MANN.giving
had ,bought a new car. A month ment on the Oakes property at
later his decomposed body was the Cavee. Donald Lawrence, c ;;; :; -:- -:- .;. HOPI TuSMY ILLIB
found in the bushes near Yama- from England, is to purchase
craw Road.Anthony about 3,000 acres. Twenty elgth 1791 N.W. 53rd St. LANGEYIELDKI?
million dolars: is to be spent on ,

Smith, 19, was bound the project. Open 1.5
to the and to be _
over keep peace I II If
of good ,behavior after he was $1,000 handles $85 month. IJ II I
Three persons found out recently ,
charged with house breaking and J
stealing money at George Town, that getting caught sel- ly, FHA, 2-bedroom, tile
Exuma. The boy was not sent to ling the "numbers" is really bad roof attic fan, jalousy, Fla. I
luck. William
\ jail because he is considered to ono year Wallace in prison was sentenced and- room, hard wood floors, I
"seriously limit.
handicapped by
ed natural Intelligence." fined $1,400 with alternative of awnings. Like new. K,. T s
\ another 3-year prison term, or an
additional three years. Mrs. Helen Fink BrokerFR
I Roland Richardson, 24, was
i Pyfrom was fined $1,400. Because
sentenced on August 8, to twoyears' 9-2647
of her age the sentence of
Imprisonment for killingin
three years is not mandatory.
the course of dangerous driv
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Shown at 9:12 only
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Building consists of 15 bedrooms, 7 Live For Free ,I I 'tween..and between three girls!)
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other side 1)1the expenses. II I If f P.a c ,uYa
room, on 2 lots For these and others call
Harry Donny I I

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253 N.W. 79th St.
Income Averages $485 per Month ,'
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L- r 'CARD OF THANKSThe THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

I SATURDAY AUGUST 19 1961 PAGE 13
,
MEMORIALS family of the late
I ERNESTINE LYNCH MOSS

desire through these columns to i FOR SALE
1'''' -WC express its sincere thanks and

IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKSThe appreciation to all kind friends ClassifiedFOR 2-DEDROOM CDS, newly paint,
who rallied to our assistance ed, perfect condition. $600"

.1 during the untimely death and down, $58 per month. FHA,
Itt sad but loving memory family of the late :Mr. Albert burial of our beloved one. 2940 NW 67th St. OX 18740. "
my dear husband, E. Hutchinson wish td sy
Your cards, letters, telegrams,
thanks to for their
pay everyone florals, contributions prayers RENT FIIA $12,500. $400 down. ,Low,
tw kindness shown us during bur ,
and deeds of kindness shall monthly payments. Large 2 bedroom
hour of bereavement, never ibe forgotten LOWEST RENT In town. 1 and CDS. Kitchen equipped

4 We cannot, say too much tot i 2 bedroom Apts. Adults only. $7 Fenced yard and carporte. 2961

IN MEMORIAMIn the way each of you rallied td, week and up. 3200 NW 47th st.indf. NW 69th Terr.3ritDROOM .

loving memory of: our assistance In our hour of _
JAMES ARTHURAnd distress. To those who appearedon House plus 2 rental
APARTMENT. Two bedro. < jts: 3 lots. 1975
program Mt. Tabor's paatbr units. Large yard,
; (indf
MARY JANE HOYTE and choir, Range Funeral Home, 4190 NW 32nd ave. NW 47th St.

22 1928 and the cubs, neighbors and the
N who died August .
_ FURNISHED APT. Downtown. WILL
August 21, 1941, respectively many fine young and old friends YOU hare to look In
r "Tis sad to think of death, who remained very close to us $15 per week. NE 4.0500.-lndt side to appreciate the spaciousness -

how cruel! thru it all, May God bless each of this bedroom CDS
LOVELY bedroom house, Fla. home. Two Fla. luciously
rooms
To tear from you the, ones you and eve'ryone of you. .
dearly love; Mrs. Alma Lynch, mother room, jalousied porch Also landscaped, fenced back yard,
3 bedroom house $15 week.
a
1380 NW 53rd St. PL'
Yet, what'pleasure seeds the soul And Family 81549.Indf
Lights, water, furnished. Call
like the
great fuel
I 2220 NW 61st St. TU 9-6985 or
When know the missing ones
you Christian FellowshJh MU 15740. Indf 2-BEDROOM CBS Home. A
are safe above..
at to two thousand
STEAL one
Helena Sifontes and 220 N.W. 20th St. LARGE bedroom apartment. dollars: below market value.

Jestina Bourne, .daughters Morning worship . 11:30 Good location. No children 351 Ideal location, four fruit trees in
P Sunday School . . 10:00: NW 16th Terr. Call anytime, NE

Stones Christian Study. . .6:00 45705. (19 with oil
Evening worship . . 7:30 yard. Interior painted
Tuesday, M.S.A.C. . 7:30 base to look like new. Call
Funeral cervices for Joseph ROOM 1081 NW 61st St. Call
__ I :A'1f, _...,. Kelly of 2260 NW 67th St., who Thursday, Y.P . . 7:30 PL 8-4164 after 4 p.m. O'Connor T Clark, NE 5-2205.A19

MR, C, A. CARTER died Aug. 13 in a local hospitalwill You and yours are always welcome .

who departed this life August 17. be held Monday at 10 a.m. at this same address. The HOUSE. 1773A NW Gist St. 2941 NN 70th Terr. CBS furnished
1967. from the chapel with Rev. Tur soul saving meeting will resumeon Call OX 13625.FURNISHED 2 bedroom. Hardwood

Gone but not forgotten. May ner officiating. Monday night of next week, floors. Fenced yard. $800 down
Survivors Include Mrs. Erma August 21 at 8 p.m. with Mother APT. 5th St. area .
he rest in peace and light perpetual f 174 a month pays all. $10,800
shine upon him Kelly, -.1' \t daughter Patricia, C.-tfllggs and co-workers. Come Free utilities, reasonable"rates, total. FIIA. No qualifying OX

Mary\ Carter wife father, George of Klselmmee, 9 and be saved. move right in. NE 40500. 61302. A26

Elizabeth Jakes, sister (brothers and a sister
Thomas Jakeo, brother-1a-:aw MT. CALVARY BAPTIST FURNISHED EFFICIENCY apt. PROPERTY FOR SALE. Desir-

L'. Timmons, nephew Private kitchen and bath, con able 25 foot business lot. Pembroke
William Timmons, nephew Range Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor venlent location to buses and Rd. between 40th and

1309 NW Phyllis Myers, reporter I stores. 1027 NW 65th St. I I 42nd aves. Carver Ranches. Reasonable -
Oscar McCall, of Sunday School . . 9:45 terms. S. Slarln PL
IN MEMORIAMIn 55th Teerrace; died August 13that Morning service . . 11:00 FURNISHED Apartments. All 8-3653 82

Jackson Memorial Hospital A DTU ..... ...... ......'. . 5:30 utilities furnished' $12.50 per
sad but loving memory of. native of Dublin, Ga., he had Evening service . . 7:00 week. 620 NW 8th St., FR FURNISHED HOUSE 4 bed-
our dear mother and grandmother lived in Miami since 1928, and Sunday morning In the absence 7-1206. Caretaker in Apt. 1. rooms, 2 baths, $100 a month.

wa a former member of Mt. I of our pastor, Rev. Stephens Furnished bedroom apartments
Sinai Baptist Church. He is conducted the servlre. The I 3-room cottages, stove and refrigerator $16,60 to $20 per week. Utilities

survived bv his !sisters Mes- topic of his sermon was taken and water furnished. in apartments 137 NW 25th
'
at dame Mottle Gray, Nina Bethel, I from Luke 9:23. $10 weekly. 669. NW 8th St., FR St.

Lizzie Juptlea and Annie Bran- Sunday night Rev. Daniels also 7.1206.r For inspection call day FR

ham end a brother. Felix Me- de'ivered a wonderful sermon. HIP PICARD 4-2196; evening FR 9-3630.
There are quite a few sick -- -- --- -
Ca'l. Chapel services were conducted
tJ members in our church and they Rental Agency FOR SALE
Wednesday with the
A ,
are Sis. Jackson, Sis. Hooks Rental collections; property
Rev Turner officiating. Burial Deacon Nelson, Bro. Oliver, Bro Management, real estate Coconut Grove Duplex
was I in Evergreen Memorial Perkins Bro. Bush and Bro. F. 1226 N.W. 3rd Ave., FR 7-2902 3384 Shipping Ave.

Cemetery Johnson We are praying for all
of them to have a speedy recov- BEAUTIFUL New Apt*. For $750 Down
Mrs eht111s, of 4508 adults 754 NW 70th St. HI

NW Slut Avenue wn! dead upon 43673. 6501, 6511, 6541 NW include closing cost
Arrival at Jackson Memorial CARD OF THANKSThe 12th ave. King Cole Apts. 2-bedrooms and bath each

TTnsnital last Sunday morning. family of tho late I with one unit completely
HOUSE. 3094 NW
3-DEDROOM
6 9"" wan a member of Salters"hnrvM REV. E. P. BROWN furnished
wish I to their sincere 51st Terr. NE 49925.
.l MTJ fhnreh the RevTieripnn express

,,'utl' and n member of thanks and appreciation to all FURNISHED Efficiency apart- RAY DOCKUM, Inc.
the friends and neighbors and
'M'<'e* will be conducted this different churches who were ment at 709 NW 65th St. Free FR 3.7685 FR 3-6036

n'd"r of the Eastern! Star fler- kind and considerate during water and electricity. Phone PL

Progressive Chapter 29 of the their hour of bereavement. 7-9594 A26 ,q ,1ZLJOOI' J. 1

Saturday at 4:00: p.m. in Baiters' Words are inadequate to express
Chapel She Is survived by her the deep appreciation and heartfelt OFFICE SPACE in desirable location -

daughters, her) pareents Mr. and gratitude for cards telegrams 1112 NW 3rd ave. up-
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stairs. Call Levi! Johnson,
husband Thedore. 5 son, 5 ; floral pieces and other A
MRS CATHERINE RAIIMING 92343. A26
Mrs. Ernest Sands, 2 sisters and expressions of sympathy Special
who departed this life, August thanks goes to the Range Funeral -
24 1959. other rftlntlves. Mrs. Mills is WOULD YOU like to live in a
,
Home, Rev. W. F. Tanner,
Gone, but not forgotten. now In repose at the funeral Rev. P. W. Williams, Rev W. C. beautiful room with all prlvl-

Servant of God, well done, home. Edcar and other attending min. 'ogee? Single man or woman.
Rest from thy loved employ. isters. We also wish to thank NA 1-0428. 827 N.W. 47th St.

Donald folio, son Lester Watson t 1774 NW the following churches for donations -

Mr. and Mrs. Safford Bata R4th St., died August 15th at : New Jerusalem Baptist, 2-13EDUOOM 1980 NW 55th Apt.St. NE unfurnished 39908. $395 Down $74 Mo.
And Family
his residence. lIe came to MiamiIn Hollywood; Shiloh Baptist Mt.

194(5( from his native stale, Olive Home Mission, Mt. Olivet, 2 ,is quiet residential section Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS

I Opor la. Services will be conducted Mt. Olivet No. 2 Choir, Mt. Oli 1 bedroom efficiency, kitchen with large screened porch,
vet No. 1
IN MEMORIAMIn South Miami New
this Saturday at 1:30: p.m. Hope Baptist, Hollywood; Friend- and bath With stove and enclosed garage, tile roof,
;
'n the lIe is Furnished.2HEDIIOOMS .
chapel. survived by refrigerator.
sad but loving memory of ihip Baptist, Florida East oak floors, fire place. One
his Arsula
wife, Mrs. Watson, a
our dear husband and father. Coast Association and others. I No closing
living room and FHA mortgage.
'ten "on. Jame' Stone, a step- Thanks to tho First Baptist May ,

...* ... ',. 'lauRhter Mr. Betty Jean ( mss, God blew: all of you. kitchen with stove and refrigerator costs.

.,',M ,ils mother, Mrs. Teretha. Watson Mrs. Rolura Brown furnished. Call NE ...... .
>; .It' 3 sisters, Mesdames WU elmE'na And Family 4.3259.

N Jackson, Otha LefYknd 730 N.W. 50th St.
BEDROOM APT, Adults only
Annie Slmms, and .2 brothers,
$15 a week. ;826- NW 56th St.
Hanson and VInce Watson Mr. Work ForWelfare I
NA 4-4084 Mo
r "* $395 Down $75
Watson is now in repose ln the

chapel. 0 ChecksMetro II 0 U B E, bedrooms. Electric Beautiful custom built, 2-
I: Uove Quiet, clean surroundings
Commissioner Alex S. A1st fit bedroom CBS, Florida 'room,
Rev William Cole a retired 3069 NW l'l\"fGUt.
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t I minister of the AME Church, died Gordon recommended a I' large lot, sprinkler system,
x Augut 15th at Jackson Memorial Newburgh work-for-welfare planon IJEKR: BAR Tropical Inn. No tile roof oak floors, one
Wednesday for Dade County. reasonable offer refused. 921 ,
Hospital. Rev. Cole of 1374 NW FHA Terrific
62nd Terrace was superaunatedby "I strongly favor making relief NW 62nd fit. WI 74083. mortgage.

the South Florida Conference payments In script rather ':--s-t" -------x---=r .
1, ri i of the AME Church In 1925, and than cash, and permitting the $1,000.DOWN
: wan a local member of St. Paul welfare recipient to work for the Open Sunday South of 54th Street
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AME Church, the Rev. Fayon welfare pay he receives, Gor HOMEIf Outstanding buy of the
don said.County. NEW
nastor. Services wl'l'l be held this Custom built 2-bedroom

!iturdar at 10:00 a.m, In St. Manager Irving G."lcNa'r you are looking for something year. Floridaroom
10
CBS 28
offlMatin said he would study the x ,
Paul with the Rev. Fayson. different in a 3-bed-
.f Tlnrtnl will be In Evergreen : i matter carefully with the Social many extra features.
*Memorial' Cemetenr. Rev I Welfare Council and the State room, 2 bath, Florida room, Only $450 down.

rolf In Ktirvlvert bv his wife, MMMamie .. Welfare Agency. garage, come to
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THOMAS E. CASH SR. I, Battle find Claud Jackson a I In park or other unskilled 3011 N.W. 52nd St. We have over 300 homesto

who departed this life August rrnnd.dausthter Mr ErnestineTJe'lamv jobs and women mending bed I. GORDON select from. Drive by

18, 1952. 7 rreat crand-chllcfren Inens or working In kitchens at
5-6870 these and then call dayor
Give me the wings of faith to And ft brother. Jrrr Cole. Rey.ry hospitals.Free MO us
riseWithin food 29. Indt night. We are at you r
>'" in J't"'W' .li rOMS at the fungal surplus August
and
the veil see --'- I service.PL .
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The saints above, how great hn'n.TIIf .
their joys mond Heights, WM stillborn at MOVE UP to A white-collar Job 7-845 283 NW 79th St.

How bright their glory be. _nl "IOt-r"H"en. 'n'" of Mr Jackson Memorial Hospital August with the Lena Homo Beauty Product

Mrs. Mary Cash, wife ,.,, .. wf... 'n1l1". T.'R'P't"M1.' 12th. Internment was in organization 20 TtW 1st ... :,i':.:.:. .'; ;. J. f.iCARDS
Mrs Mildred C. DamN, Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. I, A ve., FR 4-400.
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Randolph's Kiddie Inn King and Queen 1 1i 1u i Your Miami Times I

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Down Town
i
Ramos Grocery, 862 NW 14th St.
Around MiamiBy I Economy Drug, 1101 NW 3rd Av.
Park's Sun., 1201 NW 3rd Ave.

,. Darklej'8, 1201 NW ant Ave.
.t "". Service Drag, 1240 NW 3rd' Av.
: Walk-Inn 1042 NW 2nd Ave.
DAVE BONDU Harlem Drag; 1400 NW 3rd Av.

'0. .. Nick's, 1522 NW 3rd Ave.
Charles Mkt.. 840 NW 10th Ter.Lenny's .

.... ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ..... ........ ..... Drug, 1700 NW 3rd Av.

NO, NOT FROM Manetta'sGuest see "The Foot", Dottie Dudley, noddy's', Gro., 1030 NW 3rd AT.
House, but from the old is appearing at the VIP Loungein $," .r Arch's Gro., 1700 NW 3rd Ave.
homestead Yep, I'm back Intact the Sir John Hotel (her mother Jay's Drug, 427 NW 20th St.
I reached Saturday nlghtfl came back on the boat with Stanley's Gro., 1000 NW 4th Ct.

and believe me as nice as I Mayme from Nassau) watch Mvers, 570 NW 20th St.
the 'people are In Nassau It's for a special promotion coming Dixie Drag, 505 NW 20th St.
always nice to be back home. soon by Golden Spur people, it's Hillside, 1842 NW Oth Ave.

Sunday I played golf, as usual the wine that's selling faster ., Person Sundries, 1501 5th Ct.

with' the Par and Birdie Club than any other in these parts ,'r awF'w'A7 Eddie's Drag, 801 NW 3rd AYe.Barkett's .

and am most proud to have won Small's Las Vegas Lounge, /hs ; 708 NW 2nd Ave.
$
first place in the second flight. on Second Ave planning something P. It. T., 714. NW: 2nd Ave.
'
\1 Mitchell took first In the new for their customers r Alex Sundries, 71B'/2' 2nd Ave

first flight, while Willie Lazier which is something else to look + s } 818 Shoe Shine, 818 2nd Ave...
took second. Frank Rivers walk forword to I dug Public Re. k Harlem Sweet Shop, 208 10 St.
pd oft with 3rd. In my flight Detective lations Man Charlie Lockhart on Carrie's Gro., 155 NW 17th St.
Amos Jenkins took sec the Island and Juanita Thomp ; :, Tucker Gro., 1400 NW tat Ct.

and and Luther Welks took 3rd son. There were a bunch of folks Southern Giro, 1701 NW tit PI.
after a play off with Jimmy there who sneaked off and didn't People's Drag, 402 8th St.

Jones The 3rd flight had 3 ties want their names mentioned ,
The third flight had three ties now wouldn't you like to know LIBERTY CITYY

for a playoff and Clyde Young, who?? N6, I am not the WITCH
know Comm Drag, 0750 15th Ave.
Sonny Armbrlster and James!! people just me and
believe me whe I Live Little Super Mkt., 0820 17th St.
Miller came in first, second and say
third respectively. In the women's Life, Every Golden Minute of it. u ) Bethel Sundries, 0828 18th Ave
; ,, Smith Sundries 6704 18th Ave
flight, Chris Jenkls won Peace 1 1Rudolph I 'Ii"l : ,
:18th Ave. Gro., 6307 18th Ave.
over Odesea Wells for first and
Rail as Gro., 0700 18th Ave.
,
second trophies. ,
Betty's Gro. 0604 NW 18th Ave.
After the tournament .
my
house guest, Erroll Leech and I : Newton's Sundries, 0320 18th Av.
a Lib. Beauty Salon 6707 th Av.
-"l ,
went home to be greeted by
Griffin Gro., 6572 15th Ave.Bannister's .
Mayme's sister, Ronnie, and her
6200 NW 18th Ave.J .
friend, Juanita Hicks, both from "lJ ,
New York. Also on hand were t and J Drag, 1410 62nd St.Seymour's. .
Hall her husband 1804 NW 62nd St.
Shirley Ralph I
Dass and five beautiful chorus J The King and Queen of Ran gresa. Our activities meet the I\Jackson's Matthew's" 6000 Gro., NW 6081 12th 18th Ave.Ave.
Tlrls who have just completedfour p
dolph's Kiddie Inn 1960.61 needs and interests of every Convenient 22nd .
Gro., 5804 As.Lerner's
weeks at the Cat and FiddleIn
Elaine Harris, daughterof child. Modern facilities qualified
Shirley 2000) NW
75th St.
Nassau. Shirley of .! { ,
was one
teachers, spacious playground, I
Delois Harris and An-

Mrs. Thomas Gro., 2350 76th St.
the original Dyrettes of Chicagoand
I meals For
hot transportation.
,
she cooked barbecue while r rI thony Wilson. Each received information call Mrs. Jessie Es- i Lincolnfield's Drag 2001 62: St.

_ the kids played games, records, I $25 Savings Bonds.Registration tell Randolph OX 1.7988 or Flash Oro., 65B2 NW 17th Ave.
I yDyt.
o Midway Drag, 2208 62nd St.
danced and were entertained by
rJ
is now In pro come to 1426 NW 54th St.
,. Cecil Cleaners
some of the local young. men. 2230 02nd St.

(These teenage girls can dancea J,, .
blue streak,) Erroll and Ralph I i .f CARVER RANCHES

talked about' this and that, and Bowe's Barber Shop, Pembroke
; ON, SALEAT
records and' stars and such. NOW AOitTIt MIAMI ItKAClt
Ralph is an official with Chess '
tir"
Record). After the barbecue, we Mrs. Miller
took the whole bunch sightseeingon ",.t,,;.' YOUR' FAVORITE NEWSSTAND Maxie Sands. 1020 NH 168 St.

the Miami Beach and directly to .fJ\t_\ 1.; OPA LOCKA
airport. Tears were flowing --
'' Magnolia Sun., 14870 22nd Aye.Lowe' .
around; cause' more than one
Rolle, son of Mr. and ,
AU Bab Av.
Gro. 1734
,
wanted tor stay in our fair city. Mrs. Louis Rolle of 1930 NW
Miller's sun., 15110 2nd Ave.
Shirley wanted to most of all. .
68th Terr. who received
a master's
bunehe Bun. Park
She left with tears In her eyes Drag, 2280
degree in education from
expressing thanks and regrets David Lawrence 1501 20th Ave.
Florida A and M University on
Esther's Gro. 1710' All Bab
that she had to go. AH in all, ,
August 11, at the annual summer
everyone enjoyed the nice weekend Samuel Stanley', 15281 18th Ave.
commencement exercises. Michael Sanders. 2560 100th St.
and' even. little old
Mr. Rolle is now a teacher in
t tired me.PRETTY.
Leesburg, Fla : BROWNSVILLE

GIRL Of The Week: Sic & Span, 4801 NW 27th Ave.

Reva Hanks Pretty Boy of KENDALL HOSPITAL MUST # Neal's Mkt., 4825 27 th Ave.
the Week: Sam Cohen Man REMAIN OPEN Brownsville Drug, 4034 27th Av.
About Town: Sam Rabin. _.- EInora's Sundries, 4320 27 Ave
Tracy's Gro., 5010 NW 82nd Av.

ATTENTION GOLFERS) I South Dade Negroes Jet Drag, 2600 NW 54th St.
topped by the Diplomat Golf Jimmie's Gro., 200O NW 54th St.

Course in Hallandale Beach Would SufferMetro RICHMOND HEIGHTS
Boulevard to inquire about their
Kermit
Hospital Director -
l policies. Yep', day and night Gates said last Wednesdaythat Richmond Heights Drags

rolf and a '' driving range as well.The' a public hospital, is neededIn
owner ays you are welcometo
South Dade because the two
the facilities and
he hopes large private hospitals that I
that, will and the
you play enjoy opened there recently will not
course. So from this end of the SUMMER VACATION
care for charity and Negro pa
nen, may'' I !say! thanks to Nick
II J I Henson a fine gentleman, I'm tients. DELUXE SPECIALNASSAU
sure The Government Research
Council of the Miami Dade
Chamber of Commerce and other
TIlE (
GLASS, will present, a
groups! had suggested that the
rootlng-tootlng.shootlng ehow
this weekend called "Bad Dan hospital at Kendall be closed because I L 3 Days 2 Nile.
It has :been
fhain: Lightning," a two gun attraction der capacity there operating were unused un :; Ocean Front Hotel
with action, sheriffs,
.
i had men beds at Jackson Memorial, and Airport TransfersPerson
;
blazing girls, a possee
I *!
private hospitals had been built
and the whole works every.
Meeting
S Service
in that
I thing horses. This area.
except
show
should be a pistol On Sunday, Gates said, in a report to the Round Trip Via Clipper Planes

August 27, Dinah will bring her Honital Advisory Board: ,
own show and band to the Knight "This would be all very well All for $52.95

Heat with her. Of course, the if these hospitals"-Baptist and LEAVING ANY DAY
Glass will have M. C. Bobby South Miami" would care for (JUNE TO NOVEMBER)

: Marshall on hand with his band, the aged, juveniles and particularly
k Tlzzy Jones. Frank Duboise, and colored patients. It is my NORTH'S TRAVEL
.; this Is what I call a big weekend understanding that neither hospital BUREAU

at Clyde's Knight Beat Now, will hospitalize colored
f here is the word on Dinah's patients." Phone FR 9-8451

-how. The Glass has sold over Raymond Poor, director of 1104 N.W. 3rd Arc
f 700 tickets in advance and thpv South Miami Hospital, confirmed to b t i city tAYt ill+ 1
\, 4gcJOrt i1Ftt/itONlit' ', Charles C. North, Manager
are $3,50. At the doom, ticket that his hospital did not care
will cost you 300. So get yours for Negro patients at this time.

II now, and you have to say what He vigorously supported Gates' .,.,., ....,..,...." ,.......
!show you want to see let campaign to keep Kendall open. MIAMI'S OWN WHO, WHAT, WHEN AND
"If
the closes
nr second and what night, or the county Kendallit
matinee show. That' the way will be doing serious injustice WHERE MAGAZINE Meet Your Friend at

it's gonna be, so as they say in to South Dade" Poor said.
48 PAGES OF PICTURES AND NEWS ABOUT LITTLE CAL'S
Georgia, "make haste." "Kendall serves the purpose of

taking care of people whose cir- PEOPLE, PLACES AND THINGS IN AND AROUND 2955 N. W. 54th St.
QUICK NOT DEPT It's nice cumstances will not permit themto GREATER
MIAMI
to' hear 'that Garth Reeves' moth use our facilities"

I er is home again Nelton Steve McCrlmmon, director of e
Darby (Nip to you) Is back from Baptist Hospital, said that private

.h". extended vacation Slim Negro patients were admitted children in the County Juvenile Income group and migrant work- Cold Beer and Wine
'1 Bannister is back In Nassau And that there were about Home; also people In the low- ers.
i making ready to open his shop six Negroes among the 120 pa. Hot Sandwiches

''J; We're sorry to hear that tients.
,;, Ida Moore was hurt In an auto I Kendall serves the elderjfy HAROLD YOUNGBLOOD, Prop.THE ..
accident It was real nice to people at the county home and It has been proven-Advertising fays off!
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CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAM \ Francis THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA

SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1961 PAGE_
! The family of the late, I In loving memory of our husband Ruff Lofton of 1465 NW
and father, 59th St., died on August 6 as a
j CHARLES KNOWLESwho result of accidental drowning at CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKS
4850 NW 7th St. The body was
departed this life August 20, shipped to Goldsboro, N.C. for family of the late, We the family of the late,

1957.I final rites.. Survivors include his MRS. MINNIE LEE GHENT DEACON LUCIUS GARY
often sit and think of you, wish to thank their friendsfor
Hennle father Zoet three many '
And then of how you died wife cards and flowers. whose passing occurred on July
Alice Emma and
To think you could not say daughters, Thanks to Mankers Funeral 24, wishes to express appreciation
Christine three sons, Curtis,
;
goodbye and deepest gratitude to the
Home and the Rev. Brown for
Raymond and RuffIn Jr., two
f Before you closed your eyes kind services. many friends and neighbors for
The blow was hard, the shock sisters, Mrs. Marie Park and Mrs. The Family all klndnesss during our recent
Penny James, a brother.
severeI bereavement. To those who sent
never thought your death so IN MEMORIAMIn beautiful flowers and other re-
... n _...___ _. membrances shall be
near sad but loving memory of we ever
But only those who lost can tell my mother, grateful, and we pray God's
The pain of parting without farewell blessing upon you one and all.
I MILS MARTHA SMITH
who departed this life August 20,
I Edith Knowles, wife
Earnest Knowles, son 1944. Gone but not forgotten. MIAMI TIMES: AD3

George Knowles, eon Mrs. Mary Clark, daughter DON'T COST THEY PAY
1985 NW 6th Ave.
Viola Johnson, daughter

Martha Slaughter, daughter q Vo N h" =__"II... "...r .. .1


IN MEMORIAM

v NOW
5. vKI

MISS BENONA DRADLEY

of Sarasota Florida wish to ex = w
press their sincere thanks and S3E
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appreciation to all their very 'q 3 LOCATIONS
kind friends and neighbors for t
the kindness shown them dur a 0 a 4 i ',ve
ing their hour of bereavement. r

May we express opr special
I thanks to members of Mt. Carmel .

I' Baptist Church and our 1 TO SERVE YOU
good friends and
many neighbors many of 71st St. and 14th r4 __..______m__.. ____n

ave. To all who sent beautiful Wlllam Saunders of 519 NW

flowers cards and telegrams. 9th St. died Aug. 9 at Jackson .v ,..
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Holton-Senlora Funeral Home Hospital as a result of an accident t\:" ., "
'
Sarasota F a. May God bless you while working at Grand "'
all. For here have we no con Way Store. Service will be heldat

tinuing city but we seek one to St. Mary's Wesleyn Methodist .

come. Hebrews 12:14. Church Aug./ 19, 2:30 p.m. The

IN IV1FMORIAM body will be on view in the
chapel Friday afternoon. It will
then be at the home of his parents

Mr. and Mrs. Willie Saunders -
1949 NW 4th ave. at 10
...
a.m. Saturday. Survivors include -.sr .r.-
In sad but loving memory of hLa wife Carrie a daughter, 41

s s t s y'! our dear mother and sister, Marie three sisters Mrs. Carolyn Y ,,yfy ,t Ti(11if11fL1( ((
4t f fi MRS. E. FERNANDEZwho Lewis Mrs. Marilyn Hannah
departed this life at Nassau and Mrs. Berdell Wright, a s 1ti a

1 ,+ } 5ry Bahamas August 21, 1960. grandmother, Mrs Marion Saunders -

Gone, but not forgotten. seven uncles and two aunts.
t, May she rest in peace and 0
light perpetual shine upon her.

Mrs. Eva Lawrence, daughter Elliott Jones of 322 NW 7th u
Mrs. Victoria Moss, sister St. died August 14. Arrangements
Arlington. Thomas and are incomplete. Survivors

Japhua Ferguson brothers Include a friend, Callie Comer. Opa Locka
O. Lawrence, son-In-law
2530 Service Road MU 8.3311
Albert
CARD OF THANKSThe House of .


of the late Brady Turner of 604 SW 6th
family .. Liberty City
Ave, Homestead died August 6.

Hid survivors are his wdow, three 6942 N.W. 15th Ave. OX 1.7661
sons, a daughter, three grand
children. Services will be held .
j Saturday at 4 p.m. at Shiloh Baptist Homestead
Church, Rev. W. M. McWes-
Mr. Stanley Strachan who departed Icy pastor. lie will be on viewIn
CI 7.9771
7th Ave.
S.W.
this life August 16, 1960. the chapel from 5 p.m. Friday 447
You are not forgotten loved one until funeral time.

Nor will you ever be, ....-..-....
As long/; as life and memory
last Willie Joe Hums of 4114 SW I

We will remerber thee. 1. 28 St., W. Hollywood, died Aug. Complete understanding and sincere service to
his widow 3
His survivors are
Your loving smile, your gentle
10, lie Is survled by his wife,
face cardinal rules at
families of all financial means are
Hums, five brothers two sisters
No one can fill your vacant place

Ah, bUter' was the trial to part 7 conducted stepchildren.August Services 1C at were the the House of Albert,

"With sadness we recall .,r' Church of Christ, Hallandale. ;
You had a kindly word for each
.And died beloved by all. I The BEST needn't cost more The question of

The Strachan "
Family
Osborne A. Jackson who resided quality needn't, be price. We give the same unstinting
at 2341 NW lUst St., Opa
CARD OF THANKSThe
Locks died August 11< Ills survivors service and personal attention to every bereaved
include his widow, Cora;
family of the late I his mother, two daughter, three family regardless the amount spent.Funerals.
HANNAH ELIZABETH REESEwo ,
step daughters, two step eons, 7
departed this life August 1 ( 1 sisters and three brothers. Service .
wishes to express deep and sincere MR SHERMAN WALLACE will be conducted Saturdayat
.
thank to the many friends PARHAM 1 at the Opa Locka

and, relatives for kind deeds and wish to take this time and opportunity chapel.p.m.lIe will lie in repose Complete
expressions
during bereavement
and for the our kind and to thank their many from 1 p.m. Friday,
friends and, thoughtful nelghibors ,
.
heartfelt words from her pas for the many cards flowers,
torthe Rev _S., A. Cousin of tc. from $150
'Greater telegrams, CARD OF THANKSThe
Bethel .AME Church. We Special thane to ,our esteem
also' wish tQ ,thank the Rev H.McNeal officers and, membersof
ed pastor,
S
Harris and officers of family of the late
'St. Jabes AME Church for wordsof St. Paul, AME Church'; also '0..____..........--...
Richardson Funeral Home for.. MR. JOSEPH? N. SPRINGER'
consolation and Francis Fun
out things eo orderly.
,oral Home for ,courteous service' :carrying Boards and clubs of'the church who pawed away on July 27, Your Social Security can bury you. Call us for
:, May she rest in peace; that stood by us so faithfully are 1961'' ,and was laid to rest on
My busband LouIs L, Dun Stewards Board, Trustee Board, August, wishes to express their further information

combe. joins me In this. expression Stewardess Boards No. 1 and 3, sincere thanks and appreciation
of thanks. C. A. Glbbs Board Missionary' to all their' friends andneigh
1 .Katie S. Duncomba Board Ushers Boards Ncxs. 1 and bore who were so kind and considerate
:; 1880 NW 68th 8t. Excelsior during their hours ,of
2, Choirs NOB. 2 and 3, 1 l
i Club, joint Stewardess bereavement. Special thanks to
! IN MEMORIAM Boards Fr. Theodore Gibson of Christ

Mrs. Mollie Parbam. wffe. HpiAcopal! Church Neighbors of
In sad but loving memory of And Family Charles Ave. and 20th and 21st
our dear wife mother grand Ave, of Bunche Park and also to

mother, great grandmother, and CARD, OF THANKSTo the flats Funeral Home. -:.
I
mother inlaw,, ...
Mrs. Constance Wright,
MRS. MAE BELLE AJKENS each and everyone, I of you daughter ..
who departed this' life August 22, who were so kind and generous '
s M/x; ,,CUrrJe Da daughter
1959 at Hilton Head, S. C. to me while I was in the hospitaland '
Your sweet smile is missed. at home. please accept this Mrs.1 Rita Stevenson
Your loving tender care, as my method of appreciation for daughterMrs.
Your voice Is hushed. on this your thouehtfulnees which shall Do/ptlpr Blackshesr;1 ; ,
earth 1 T ABut never! be forgotten. daughter C ALBERT, funial ptrKbf

your spirit lingered: near. May God bestow Ilia ricb4stblect vRpo tTe1t Springer, son =W ISih Av.im# OX 17641

Ssrfly missed by the. family William Alkens husband
And Children ,ir.am NRpburt, .oJ And 8 grandchildren


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I" PAGE 16 SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1961 Broward I STAR

'J. 'r,, \'If' ", County : MEAT MARKET: ;

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slyWalter ,$ &* (L
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1 Howe THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SEflVICEMeatLow :

," The Star Light Lodge No. 642 o
} jneets Friday, Aug. 18 at 8 p.m.
y k p at the Masonic Temple on. Pembroke -
\ Road, !
"f;
.: Dana Fresh Prices .
<<-+ Charles of Mr.
: 'and Mrs. J. Daniels was In Carver .
If Ranches visiting his grandmother -
Sarah Daniels and aunt .'', .
Ypvq, Lottie Bell and sister Casandra. :
.1,:.

C Miss Flora Davis and cousin, These Homes!
Mrs. Steward, both of Hallan- Drive By :
dale had their two weeks vacation
in New York City where
11M they visited other cousins and. See these beautiful homes, today then come by our

Troy Donahue and Sharon Hu- determined bid to break her friends. office and lotus help you with the financing, ..
ueny are surrounded by an en father's monopoly In this climatic -
'
f thusiastic mob of students who I scene from "Parrish," opening -The'Ladles Auxiliary of VFW"Post 2901 N.W. 67th Street $600 Down
have volunteered to work in his No. 8195 Is sponsoring a (Three bedrooms and 2 baths)
at the Drive-in Theatre
tobacco fields when he makes a L Teenage' Dance at the Carver
Ranches Youth Center on the 2921 N.W. 70th Terrace $400 Down $75 Month

." park. Prizes for 'the best dancers 3011 N.W. 52nd St-Brand new 3-bedroom, 2 baths'
will ''be given. Dance begins at
7:30 p.m., Aug. 19. Refreshmcnts 1830. N.W. 52nd Stj--Brand' new 3-bedroom, 2 baths

on sale. 1861.1863' N.W. 49th Street $79 Month

CBS Duplex-$1,000 Down
Club .II .
The Democratic Social ; ',',
having a platter party for'te n- 1311 N.W. 'SOtii."St.i' : : -bedrooms $350 Down

agers. Refreshments will be on 1177 N.W. 50th St.-3-bedrooms $300 Down
sale Friday night. Everyone is
Invited. Music "free", 7:30: until 1510 N.W. 44th St.-$500 Down No Closing Costs
12, Aug. 18. Come and have
fun at the park In Carver Ranches We have over 500 other homes

.
Willie Mae Valdez, president; .
w I Margarette Tyson reporter.WANTED .
We are open Saturday and SundaysWe

will take your lot, acreage or old home in on a

trade for the down payment '
Two experienced beauty oper
ators; Good opportunity for
right persons. Lillian's Beauty FORD REALTY Inc.
Shop. 1136 NW 3rd ave. FR
1-9181 or CE 54577. ,

5524 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 7-2559
f'Ca LOTS WANTED by builder in
t+b""" sf M1},, Liberty City area. Call Fenster .. ,
( Realty, PL 9-0511. -

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dergarten Is now open for regis
Mrs. Virginia H. Phillips pictured .,| stitute, Ala. Post Office established tration. Hot meals and milk ;PERRY'S DEBBIE PLAYLAND
above taking the oath of in 1904. The oath of office daily. Free pick up and delivery
: office as the first postmaster at was administered by Postal In- Call Ox. 1-8832 or FR 4.4039, NURSERY SCHOOL AND
Booker Washington Birthplace, : 'spector W F. Walsh Jr. The same New Hope Baptist Church, 6600
\ Virginia, April 6, the accepted ppdlura was used which she took NW 16th, Ave. ,Mrs. Scott KINDERGARTEN
i birthday of Booker T. Washing the oath of office on In ''1961.
This podium was shipped by Air
ton. On .Friday, Aug. 4, Mrs. Express from Booker Washington DORA'S KIDDIE KOLLEOD
1 Phillips was installed as the first Birthplace, to Tuskegee In
3
Registration August 21 thru r J ti
z. woman Acting Postmaster for. stitute, Ala. to be used in this Sept. 1. Certified teacher with
the world- amous Tuskegee In- : ceremonies. college training. NA 1-7381.


TV NOT WORKING Free ,"esti,
mate If you :live In Liberty Cityor
You Scream for Something Clean Brownsville we will repairon
credit, Pay weekly Rowinc
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2910 N.W. 69th Terrace

Only $350 Down-No closing costs KINDERGARTEN NOW OPEN UNDER
For working mothers, Greaterdt.
I ONE MONTHLY PAYMENT $66 MO. M rk's' Kindergarten is 'now
open throughout the summer. :

ji" FENSTER REALTY PLD-OSII Special Atmosphere rates for clean your child.wholesome Hot For Information! 4800 N.W. 24th Court

meals, pick up service. 1455 Phone NE 4-8315 or NE 5-8052
Drive out or call now "Buy With Confidence"TV NW 63rd St. Call OX 1-7566 or SIRS. IONA PERRY SUPERVISOR

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RADIOS, HI-FI AND, STEREO REPAIRS 1430 NW 59th St.
We Sell Used TVs Credit 1082 N.W. 47th Terrace
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: 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-8024 2161 NW 59th St. 2-bedroom CDS, carporte, fenced, awnings, newly

I ,. .. 1426 NW 58th Ter. painted, furnihed. See and call for appointment to
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1232 'NW 55th St.

$350 DOWN $75 A MONTH ,.J
PEOPLES DRUG STORE BARBECUE 3 I bedroom 2 baths
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garage largo 2-bedroom home, near 71st St. Fla. room 20x
Florida room, kitchen all
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electric. huge Only one mortgage.
402 and' 406 N.W. 8th Street FR 4-5874
Corner lots for sale terms Lovely CBS Home With Income

Drug Store BarQue We build lot Collossal buy. 1391 NW 52nd St. $1,500 down. You
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' Specializing in prescriptions, Featuring breakfast, lunch your pay only $25 a month for 'a large corner, some with
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bvcne from 5 p.m. Cash paid for your lot I' also arrange financing
: Open dally 6:30: a.m.* 12 p.m.
I J" Fri., Sat. to t:80 a.m. Open Frl. A, S a t., to,atSO am: BARON TRIO REALTY

: Satisfaction Guaranteed :; .:: Free Delivery>, .- 1 I JH '8-1840 JEJ 24343 I 801 NW 54th St. PL 9-8372, PL 5-8745

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