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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: July 14, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( 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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39TH YEAR, No. 46 MIAMI,. FLORIDA, SATURDAY JULY 14, 1962 16 PAGES -"TEN CENTS
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SAVINGS AND LOAN SHOWDOWNIN Robert Weaver -

I Receives!,'! I



WASHINGTON WEDNESDAY NAACP Spingarn MedalRobert



A hearing on a temporary in' ing order, Judge Pine emphasized C. Weaver; ,administratorof I Arthur B, Spingarn, was awarded'
chattered preventing the recently he' was not deriding the, merits of the Federal Housing and Home to Weaver "for his long of
years
.
Franklin Federal Sav the charge that"Franklin Federalhad King On! of Jail; dedicated public service at
Finance Agency, received the municipal
coveted
ings and Loan Association from asked Dr. King to call the state and federal levels :
opening for business will be held ''I Federal Home Loan Bank Board Slays in Spingarn Medal on Sunday. for his pioneer role in the develop-;*
in Washington D.C. Wednesday. about the association's long dor Albany The medal is awarded annually by I ment and advocacy of the doctrine a

District Court Judge David A. mant application I .A mysterious benefactor paid the the NAACP for the highest of "open occupancy" in housing,.
fines of achievement of the American Ne- ..
Pixie Wednesday suspended the Judge Pine said, the charges I the Revs. Martin Luther and for his "responsible and militant
charter of Franklin after the op could invalidate the charter award. King and Ralph Abernathy and gro. leadership in the struggle for:
posing Roosevelt Savings and Loan Rauh said Dr. King had no know: they, were Ga. released from the Albany Weaver, in addressing the closing rights"UILKINS
group accused the Federal Home ledge that contacts with the board city jail. early Thursday session of the annual meeting, URGES VOTE I
Loan Bank Board of "improper and might be improper. r morning.said urged Negro Americans to "assumethe In another address to the final'convention
unlawful conduct"! in off-the-record The boards of directors of the King about the he ?was not at all happy responsibilities of citizenship session, NAACP Executive
dealings with Rev Martin Luther Franklin and Roosevelt groups are "subtle and conniving in all their aspects" and appealedto Secretary Roy Wilkins, .emphasized
King and Other.Washington integrated. tactics" used to get them out. raise their horizons and revital that the ballot is "a vitalweapon"
He said he and will
Abernathy remain ize their motivations. in a democracy and urged
attorney Joseph L. Negro members of the Franklin in Albany until charges have Negroes to go home and embarkon
Rauh Jr. who represents Roosevelt group include Dr. Nathaniel Col. been dropped against 734 other Negroes The Spingarn Medal named for l a sustained voter registration.,,
Federal Savings and Loan Association stop Otis James!! Atty. Henry 'Arlington who were arrested during the brother of NAACP President rivc. '
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said granting of a temporary Rev Edward T. :;Graham. demonstrations there last Decem. ,.,.... I,
injunction;after,We esday's hear. J nd. .W. C. C gdeU. ber.King 1'i '
ing wpuld signal eventual approvalof l : and Abernathy were jailed
a permanent injunction and Dr; Elmer/A. Ward, Mrs. Dana Tuesday for 45-day terms for lead. [

transfer the charter.In : Dorsey Reeves are Chapman the Negroes and Garth In. the-C. ing; permit a, street demonstration withouta 'J ft I&p/o' pJwt.tty .1 I Ii

granting the 10-day( .restrain, Roosevelt group. __

-- Wins MedicalScholarship

African May Beat Negro ';: i


B'. To UM Medical School Univ., of Chicago- I I I I

A brilliant young Miamian who I
While Miami Negro youngsters They're laying 2 to 1 that hell: graduated from Northwestern High I '
with medical education aspirationsseem make it. after finishing the 10th grade is I'I'I
afraid to register at the non. among 10 outstanding Negro/ college I:
i'' segregated University of Miami .4,4 .. l graduates who have received\
Medical ?School -a determined J'IIC:" CIlr :;'' I tarear.schoiarshipa'toatten4nedlcl I- rI I
'young'.African-i Ii'uitfcg' tteadhatoi r' ; school' I

on a career as a ,neuro-s zr :eon! ,Shot i' 4. Trims Donald R. Hopkins,".21, soflT of
Mr. and'Mrs.: Joseph L. Hopkins of, i
Thef 19-year-old Kenya student, 2399 N.W 50th St., will enter the1.,(
Gideon Mutiso, ts not sure how he Two policemen shot a burglar University of Chicago School of, I'I
will manage the financing sincehe four times early Wednesday as the Medecine in September' { I
has only enough money for one man fled from a 13h: Ave sundry Hopkins scored exceptionally,
year. But he is determined to return store. A man who admitted the high on a college entrance exam',
to his native Africa a skilled break-in was found wounded about while a sophomore at Northwestern ,
medical specialist. 90 minutes later in a yard a feV( High and went on to More- /, I
blocks away. house College in Atlanta. lie grad
Mutiso, whose father is a chiefin
saved his The break-In was at Lulu's Sundry uated in June with B.S. degree _:
,
Kangundo money I
while he worked in an African Store, 6930 N.W 13th Ave.A The scholarships are financed by _
N.W. 67th St. resident telephoned the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and
bank. His father gave him funds police later when he found administered by National Medical Rodney C Cott, executive vies president of the American .. I I.
for one year's' expenses. a wounded youth lying in his yard, Fellowships, Inc., of Chicago. Thir I chin ft Foundry Company, algae an agreement 1 pledging equal
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Mutiso I If now In summer school The victim, who gave his name as ty-one students are attending 18 employment opportnnluee without regard to race, or
digging for good marks so he can James Wooten, 21, was admitted to medical schools in "a program to national". .Whit..... '
have a chance to earn. a scholar. Jackson Memorial Hospital Pen! relieve the shortage of Negro physicians was viewed by Vleo President at left, Frerfdent K.aknedyrand
ship. lice: said he admitted the break-is and. surgeons. Labor Secretary Representative of 80 other.
biff defeat contractor also algae. afe.menta to elimiaate Job crimination. The program was originated by the President Coat
blue en Equal Eavlogwea Opportunltr :,* : "

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Win Beach Fight '

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T Circuit Judge Ted''Cabot ruled sent a "clear and present dangerto
.. Wednesday that the city of Fort the peaceful use of the public
Lauderdale cannot prohibit the I I beach by all the city's inhabitants." f"
NAACP' from staking wade-In deraQmtraiionj -'\ 'At the ame time Cabot granted
on the public beach.The'city's ,I the city's petition for an Injunction
injunction plea resulted restraining Florida State' I'
h t from a aeries of 'Rights, Inc., segregationist group
ties staged at the,downtown pink : which had staged, counter demonstrations ,
a rr beaches which bad previously. been :t
used by white residents only. Be. Mr; Eula John.on" president of "
ginning last July Negroes began the Fort Lauderdale branch of the \
'
swimming there and have been NAACP, was Jubilant over the victory
: ,'drt. swimming the downtown beaches !, ,
; ever since.The G. E. Graves of Miami and Frank "
demonstrations, the judge I D. Reeves of Washington handledthe
) :' ruled, had not been,proven to pro case for the NAACP. I''



l 38 Farm Workers Injured -1I


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r / wS A busload!! of West Indian fa,.,.",, charter bus was traveling about 99

14 workers enroute to Miami from 1 miles ait hour and "All of a sudden f
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.. citrus work in Winter Haven Buffered
began skidding sideways. 1 could
injuries Monday when their
.; bus ikidd'd. off U. S. 27 near Clew. not do anything to stop It."

Mon and landed in a drainage The driver! and his passengers '
h I 1\\
__ __ _' tu.j. I" ditch. Jamaica and Barbados natives-all

,: One of the ;target! funeralrever held clergymen from all over the atate.Rev. i Thirty-eight persons, including were boggy plastered ditch the with bus muck fell into.from the;

1r Matthew. J..Fayton Fayaon native of Brentwood, bus driver Stephen Wolf, 28, of
a
.. here wa that .(.Rev: Miami were treated for Injuries The seasonal workers traveling '
_, affable ''pa tor< of St. Paul AME Church. ,Ga., WM a. brother of the late Rev. H. W, ranging from bruises to rib fractures to Miami for transportation were

. ,.", The services were held In Greater Bethel Fayson, former pastor of Greater Bethel, Nineteen of them were heldat to their home islands. Another

AME Church,. Rev. ., A. .C iia.!, ;*.alto\- alto'I pastored .1 !Hialeah and Homestead Wolf Clewhilon)) who suffered HospitaL a head abrasion bus could WM travel sent the to bring rest of those the who

Were! r.lonctb I .. **nI.ace were before 'going to St. Paul four years ago. and wan released, said the Miami. way'tn





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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA Libcrian Pres. Feted
Man Saves Elderly Couple
PAGE 2 SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1962
Elizabeth
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Women Urged to Take LONDON-The son of Georgia From DrowningJames
I slave parents who rose to be the
president of the first all-Negro re
Miami Postal ExamsA
Africa dined Tuesday
night asp' the honored guest of Walker of 1841 N.W. 6th

special effort is being made I sideration for employment with. Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Ct. just might be recommended to,,/ Recognition Day,.
this week to encourage Miami Nc- Palace.Th the Carnegie Hero Fund Commission -
out regard to race, creed, color or medal for saving the Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock
lro.1Hmen to enter Government ? brilliant state banquet was for a ,
Civil Service through work in the national origin, however applicants attended by leading members of lives of an elderly couple onIon! Recognition Day will be observedat
local: past Office system. Hundreds must b? citizens of or owe permanent Prime Minister Macmillan's cabinet : day. the Dade County Children's
bf Wont n work in the huge Bis- allegiance to the U. S. Home in Kendall. Mrs. Leola Davis -
be the
'caY' G Annex, but not a single Negra Tubm n's three-day) state visit Walker happened to on a staff member, will be the
; Starting salary is $2.16 per hourami continues a long history of British- scene when the automobile of Mr. I principal speaker. Rev. Ernest
regular employees start at: Liberian friendship. and Mrs. Julius Propp of Coral Hutcheson, Jr., chaplain and staff
The United States Civil Service $4,345 per annum for a basic 40- At Buckingham Palace the President Gables skidded on wet pavementon I member Division "B" will pre.
'Com.mJs, Board of U. S. Civil hour week. and Mrs. Tubman were ac- the MasArthur Causeway and sent a gift to the Sword Drill
:Settltd'xaminers of Miami, Flori- commodated in the historic Belgian ploughed into six feet of water. Champion from Cottage l-B.
$a, *ive announced that cxaminn-: The examinations are not difficult suite traditionally used for guestsof The 67-year-old Propp and his You are cordially invited to at-
.tt Vs are now open and applica and many persons with less honor. tend.
tions are being< accepted for the than a high school education have In a dinner speech beneath huge wife were pulled through a windowof
their it settled in the
car as
known
been to them. Thnrear
positions or Postal Clerk and Letter pass
crystal chandeliers: In the white i the Palm Island inter- ADULTS ONLY
Miami many postal employees who water near
Carrier, for the Post Office. and gold state ballroom, Tubman
will b' learn section. Neither was injured.Propp's .
:! willing to help yoo 4190 N.W. 32nd Ave.
praised British "genius, sagacityand
Application forms can be obtained how to soccessfully pass the exams / car skidded on the rain-
at any Branch or Station of the I justice" for bringing millionsof slick pavement when he hit the Finest apartment house |In Miami
Miami Post Office Applications During last year, Jimmie Lucas, Africans forward to indepen brakes for a caution light. Walker One bedroom Furnished or
will be accepted until further notice I a vtenn postal clerk now ct the dence.Duic'i. plunged into the water immedi unfurnished'"
and applicants must: actually Little River Post Office, taught ately. With gestures''he motioned Ample parking One block from
reside within the delivery area of regular classes at his home free of them to be calm while the car set HighwayGOOD
Ihs Post Office named or be bona I charge and helped more than 75 Treat Supper for tied in the water so the window TENANTS
fide patrons of such office. applicants bone up for th'e exam could be opened to pull them out. COREY APARTMENTS
If you wane !help or informationon I
The Miami Times has noted in I the exams,, call Lucas alter 6 YWCA Jr. HostessesOn
the announcement that all quali P.m. at MU 1.9612, or call the
fied applicants will receive con. Miami Times at OX 10421.
July 26 at 6:30: p.m., a Dutch
Treat supper will be held for prospective .
? the newly

Sate;! Plash Wins Bunard-; Club.Corming This YWCAsJuni club is open to Hostess young

women of ages 18 to 25 and
Eagle Nassau Trip I tation on their duties will! orien-I //dd"
the supper. Their first hostessing
4 assignment will be to share the
Sergeant Jessie Nash of the I hostessing of the Bachelor's Cruise

"ffirnt pnlic was awarded a roundtrip sponsored by Homestead Air Force Sysa
.
At ticket to Base service club and they will
Nassau via Cu- I continue with special hostess du
h ties at the fall program and dancesat
nard-Eagle Airlines the base. Program Directors aN
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t
r y < r 1 y9MF by CharlesC. working with this club are Mrs.
North of Carolyn B. Holland and Mrs. Ron- FREE DELIVERY ( ,,47l DRUG
j. ..4kw North's Travel aid Edick. For further informa
Bureau. The tion call FR 72571. The YWCA is
award was one a United Fund Agency.
;l p S S of many prizes HAKOIJ JOLL1VKTTK. Muter
v. presented t o
? Sgt. Nash as
winner in the
Miami Times
nasn sponsored "Im
maculate Dozen for 1902."

The contest was: the,male version change
of a popularity contest\ conducted : to :
by the very popular "Around Li 14PTfr
Styles HissAfrica's Miami" column, authored by the to ths. ,
well known "Man! About Town,"
Dave Bondu. Twenty-four males I, -
Hair were nominated and had the read- _
TS of the column and friends of O ;ItY n
the contestants in I
a spirited fight
Miss Delores Ellison of the Mod
for nearly eight weeks. The posi-1 j
ernistic Beauty Salon gained International tions of the contestants changed'
recognition Tuesday. places many times when the weekend .
July 10. 1962 when she was calledto results were posted, but in the
the hospital room of Miss Gil. final week Sergeant Nash flashedout
lettp Haznume at Mt. Sinai IIospl. in front and won going away
tal to style her half for television, with 862 votes, eight more than his
newsmen cameras. These picture! nearest competitor.
were shown on channels A and 7, .
Tu" rlnv night and in the Miiml ., -
roily News. You will see Miss El : '5 _
lison in action in the Jet and Ebony _
11/4 ACRES
magazines. : r r?
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It is doubtful whether Miss Af I r
rica will b' able to "enter the pag PALM BEACH ,t

rant, but if so, Miss Ellison: has 8.s .
keen asked to be Miss Africa's per
sonal stylist for the affair 375

Miss Ellison Is a srriduit"! of ttO down end flO month Only e. :
Northwestern Senior Hkh School 1375 full trite. Big 1V4 acre
class of 1961 Cosmetology:! class. pact .In Film path County tae
She received her than 64 mils from Miami. DIg
advanced
training taunt for larger
parceli. 3 recently
in hair styling under Mrs. Beatrice complied herd roads \.
Moore and Mrs. Sallie B. Collinsof within' 1000 yards ihow how clot
Modernistic this lend to to ,ror".. See It, "" "
Beauty Salon at walk on It, oe In your own ttr.
826 N.W. 3rd Ave. Clear ground with native anus there's so much NEW in
modem
No burnt, M doting cotti. a 2.io.1'REF
Mrs. Louise Mitchell, her teacher free Warranty Deed no Mddincliargei .. ..
the faculty of Northwestern I elevation' tltll...SMleml fmurtblo.beach Higher or I S
her family friends and all of Mi. Miami. phones' Miami Inch Ee&ii iG RATOR. '
amt is proud of this young arHvt' I Chamber of Commerce. All FREEZERS.
who is Board of Reilton. Coma to our
destined to go places in thi office, for full Information mapa ,
beauty world.ANDREWS'. and color gilds or we can mall r ; : S
Information to you If you prefer
Money back If not satisfied .In 90 r"
JEWELERS I day, 23 years III! M.B. SPACE

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Carver YMCA Plans
I Alfred Josephs Reception at:
SATURDAY JULY 14 1962 PAGE
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Musical SoireeThe Biscayne Terrace HotelSocial
Miami
Zetas in Orbit + .
seventh annual musical history was made in Miamion lion
I soiree of the Carver Branch YMCA Sunday afternoon, when for the After the guests arrived, the
'Til Grand will be presented on July 29. The first time in the community's history .
63
Boule newlyweds retired to redress for
soiree is rated as one of our com a reception in honor of a
munity's finest programs. It is Negro couple was held at a plush, the balance of the afternoon.
Following an Informative and in. Anniebelle McIntosh, messengers; offered by the YMCA as a contribution downtown Miami hotel. I Shortly after Mr and Mrs. Joseph
spirational meeting with their Mary Nairn Bloomfield, hostessesand to the cultural life of the made a second formal entrance in
area suited to full family partici The affair was in honor of the
Grand Basileus, Dr. Deborah Part Laura P. Robinson
marshals.
pation. recent marriage of Miss Jerlene to the Starlight room with locked
ridge Wolfe, Education Chief, Com The Grand Wtlcomed Gatewoot, of Brooklyn,' N Y., and arms and marching to the tune of
mittee on Education and Labor of Mr. Alfred Joseph, son of Mrs the Bridal Chorus from the Opera
U. 9. Mouse of Representatives, Beginning with the sisterly wel Nellie L. Joseph of 6113 S.W. 66th Lohengrin, played by Miss Josle
come extended at the International Roberts on the baby grand piano.
which
St. in South Miami, washeld
members of Beta TflU Zeta Chapterof Airport for their Grand, the Miami in Brooklyn on June 23. Both were attired in attractive for
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., set Zetas witnessed a sample of "or mal wear.
their launching date for the '63: bital life" as they shunted here The reception was held at the I
Boule for July 14-20 1963. Zeta- and you to keep prearranged appointments deluxe Starlight Room of the Biscayne Napolean Reed, well known talented .
Ruth and make visitations at Terrace Hotel, at 340 Bis. entertainer, served as Master -
nauts N. Polite, Boule Marshal of Ceremonies for the occasionand
Malian prospective Boule sights. cayne Boulevard, and was one of
; II. Shannon, Associ
several beautiful and
the most elaborate receptions ever sang appropriate
ate Director S. E. Region; and, Setting the stage for cordiality witnessed in the city's history. numbers.
Juanita Pinckney Chapter Dasileus and welcome to the "magic city' .e a
are the local Iloule for the im was the warm letter of greeting to Approximately five.hundred selected There were TV cameramen, photographers
plementation of event Dr. Wolfe from Mayor Robert King guests attended. radio and newspaper
Committee Chairmen Announced High arranged by Charles Hadley \ reporters covering the affair.
who also set the stage for Dr. The room was lavishly decoratedfor
During the special meeting for Wolfe to receive the keys to the the occasion and arranged in a Supervising the registration of
the Boule held at the Fiesta Roomof city. Telegrams from Miami Pan manner which proved well appoint the guests were: Mrs. Geneva Love
the Everglades Hotel, Saturday Hellenic, civic organizations and i ed even for the most discriminating. and Mrs. Mattie L. Moss, two sisters -
night, the group set guide lines and Zetas of Florida helped to accen Delicious refreshments were !: of the bridegroom, and Miss
goals for the event. Heading the tuate the southern hospitality ex : served both buffet and waiter Catherine Moss, a niece of Mr. Jo-
committees for the Grand Boule tended. Dr. Wolfe was also royally style, and enjoyed by all present.As seph. Other relatives of the bridegroom -
are: Sorors Rosetta Vickers housing entertained by the Markowitz J present were: Messrs James
; Marian Dean, souvenir program clan of Hampton House and Villas. \ the well groomed guests step Winkler of New York City and
; Bernice Johnson, Kits; InezC. Her crowning experience was the ped off the elevators into the plush Paul Joseph, brothers; Mrs. NellieL.
Foster, regIstration; Marian H. sobering tenor of the Reverend \":". room each was warmly greeted by Joseph, his mother; Miss Lc-
; Dorothy Powell Edward T. Graham's message to the \ the bride and bridegroom in the verne Moss, another niece.
Lee, decorate Lois Forbes, finance Mt. Zion congregation on Sunday receiving line, along with relatives
; I I Most of the remained
CIIARLES L. MOI1LKY of both. Directly across from the guests un-
; Marguerite V, Miller, pub- morning. Called upon to reply to I receiving line was the popular til early evening before leaving
licity; Rosa L.. Fortson, transportation the warm welcome extended to Arlington Sands, soiree chair Myrtle Jones trio which furnished after extending congratulations to
; Gladys P. Smith and Doris visitors, Dr. Wolfe electrified the
man announced that Charles L.MObiey I appropriate music for the occa- the newlyweds
C, Smith, exhibits; Lenora B. audience with her dynamic and will serve as music con _.
Smith, clerical and typists; Evelyn personable delivery. Echoes of a sultant. Mobley received training -
Stokes Williams, dance; Frankie S. return soon, we'd like to have you in the Morehouse College music
Rolle, banquet; Verneka J. Dames, speak for us were being made by department and is presently enrolled Tuskegee Alumni OESTAkes Trip
hospitality; Clifford Elizabeth Rich all as Dr. Wolfe prepared to de. at the University of :Miami! *
ardson, TV and radio; Georgiana part for the airport and the mountainous program will feature Monthly Meeting Sal
Johnson, recorders: Ruby Duren, task of research as Education compositions of Bach, Mozart, Beet To Jupiter Beach
platform; Cherry dozier, ushers; Chief. hoven and Brahms. According to
The Alumni Chapterwill
Tuskegee
tt c".fl'w Mobley some of the most outstanding hold its monthly meeting for The Atlantic Coast Chapter No.

local talent will perform. July on Saturday evening at 8 p.m. 150, OES, took a gala trip on the

Tickets may be obtained from at Ora D. Taylor Realty Office fourth of July, 1962 to Jupiter
sponsors or by contacting the Lounge 4208 N.W. 7th Ave, between Beach, Jupiter, Florida, which is
N.W. 42nd and NW. 43rd
YMCA, OX 6-0231
about 32 miles north of
i Sis. Our Honor Guest will be the West Palm
The soiree on July 29 will be winner of "The Trip to Nassau." Beach. All members and their
held in the breezeway of the Car. Business of importance includingthe joyous expressed having had a
ver Branch building at 5770 N.W. Summer Round-Up, and our time.
15th Ave. from 4:30: to 8:30 p.m. program for Fall and Winter activities Special thanks to Mr. Colemanand
All members of Tuskegee his driver for the safe and
nn reminded to be present. Mr.
pleasant trip there.
Atlanta Insurance Head( William Fuller, our efficient 'secretory
is host Sis Mable Bodie, Worthy Matron
Mrs. Ora D. Taylor, President; Bro. H. McCleod, Worthy Patron
Gives NAACP $10,000 Mr. William Fuller, Secretary. Sis Irene Shepard, Reporter

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ATLANTA-The National Asso-
ciation for the Advancement of It's Never Too LateTo
Colored People and its Atlanta

branch received contributions of get your graduation pictures made
$5,000 each from Norris Herndon,
president of the Atlanta Life Insurance WE FURNSH CAPS AND GOWNS ,

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Announcement of the contribu Kindergarten, High School, College
Members of the special planning I W Shannon, Associate Southeastern tions and presentation of the
committee for the Grand Boule of !, Regional Director; Dr. Deborah checks on behalf of Mr. Herndon I -0JOHNSON -
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated Partridge Wolfe International were made by the Rev. William
pause in their deliberations to President; Mrs. Ruth N. Polite, Holmes Borders pastor of At.lanta' OF !MIAMI I II
strike a pose with Dr. Deborah Boule! Marshal. famed Wheat Street Bap-
Partridge Wolfe. Education Chief, tist Church, at a mass meeting
Committee on Education and Labor Standing: Mesdames Verneka during the 53rd annual NAACP FR 7-2294
U. S. House of Representa Dames Lenora Smith, Mary N.Bloomfield convention here last week.
tives. Dr. Wolfe Is the Grand Ba- Marian Dean, Rosa-Lee
sileus of the Sorority. Fortson, Lois Forbes, Ruby Duren, Watch this dale
Seated are Mrs Juanita Pinck Bernice Johnson Annabclle McIntosh -
ney, local President; Mrs. Marian and Inez Foster. Sunday, July 29th I \
Atlas Lodge and Temple

I Elks' DayA I II
regular membership meeting of the II
Given IK
Prizes be
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3rd Thursday of each month, instead planned. Dinners will h wrv.d.
NAACP Member Drive of the 4th Thursday. NAACP Come and spend the day with
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YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK .7 i iA

This week Ye Editor vi'itod the three rlrmentary schools engagedin \

the Summer Reading Program and was pleaded with what hetaw i
midi heard. The program under the direction of Supervisor I

Howard MrMElaB. puts a six-weeks tours. ,
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Our foe vtan was Dunbar. Nrfa-on Adamsrn principaL He wasanrcuwrfffll ; ; .
lost u* 10 each darTOonj; where we saw teachers and

chSdrra in action, reading explaining and answering questions. '
Teachers and children Mike seem to be enjoying their work. Here t I S
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h bow the Duabar Faculty feek about the program: : 1-w
Dr. Jonas Salk .*.n hen In the a ..
Is fulfilling a long felt -- .- '>w WMMM MHMMMiM .
"The Summer Reading Program in my opinion laboratory, will dirK the Salk I
ned of fur under achievers; in reading This program provides for Institut. for Biological StwdiM Dr. Jens Salk,who developed the potto vaedtte Learns lib aameq
more iitfividuakxed instruction in skills where the greatest weaknessexit's being built at San Diego, Calif.Th epee ap Kan-ia Bind, 3 years old, at Georgia 15'ana Springs r oa.Da
I* has mad" pupils cn;rizsrl: of the great worth of books. 1"e American people will be cUboo where youngster it Badergowc treatment for Ufutile .
would nut b- BO naive lIS to feel that this is a panacea in fully meeting opportunity to contribute .It.The celebrated Bcle.lilVrif! direst the Salk Institute for Biological
the reading needs of boys and girls) but I do feel that they are being given an $15 million Salk Inst'f. Studies at SM Diego, CaliL. for -latch a f IS million ImildiiJf
'reit'v JHsrai mere than ever bform to become more competent to a ampalpa will Le sponsored br The N.1ioaaI FewMbtMB-Mjarh of
TtadiE Our Hoard of Public Instruction deserves great commendationfor tut. Building Fund Campaign, Dimes from June 1 throagla 15. At the Inttitvte, ft8haeat edeativU
making: this program possible -Nelson L. Adams, Principal. sponsored by Th. National Foun from BUT parts of the worM will .tody basic biological fI1iCSI tion.
dation through the March of affecting life health and disease.I .

On* "' this teachers' saH, "The atmospher of teaching and learning Dimes, Jun. 115.
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>. Dunbar reaches out into the community this summer and has given
new meaning! to the word 'school' This experimental; >> program is a
partially r al)7e) continued hard wnrk by dedicated workers both within and without the .
I
ranks of teachers" WORKS

"Faculty relationship is very good! All members willingly try to r nest upholstery for less
help one another when the need arises.; In orientation mer.tir<'s there 2
was a 'give! and take' spirit which pleased! m* great'v' In the clinic we We pick and deliver
bare stressed the reviewing, reteaching, and Inching ('If word attack up
fkilli in an effort to help pupil unlock unfamiliar words thus to read t
better independently\ N-arlv all pupils have responded well! We hope I Call FR 4-2320
for progress as signified by test scores not yet obtained" P* 4fKJJLf.hi .
-Grethen Worden In ill ... aadat....... I *Ir" L 1 va-
went. C WM.lortqwity
OW lift), tvWHtm, aDHere
Tb children in the Summer Reading Program at Dunbar are working .SD
with exciting enthusiasm They seem to progress and are displaying are a few tips that win TV Service Calls l
their ability to do FO as they learn the skills and apply them to the help you save on your electric bilL
reading which all of them are doing. In the beginning, the children
seemed somewhat timid about responding to a new person who did not You can cut down on light bulbs ALL MAKES-ALL MODELS
normally teach in this school, but as the days have passed, this barrier by using one high-wattage bulb
seems to have disappeared. -Anna Mary Scott instead of several smaller ones. LARRY'S T.V.

"The has crvstalized a degree of teacher-teacher teacher- A 100 wan bulb gives SO per cent
program TV SETS
administration relationship long recognized as essential to good teach more light than four 25 watt bulbs WE BUY SELL AND TRADE

ing practices. Secretaries often go far beyond the required in preparing -yet costs only a few penniesmore. RADIOS, HI-FI AND STEREO REPAIRS ?
mimeographed materials for teachcn. They even draw attractive" .
pictures on stencils for pupils' use Teachers not only share materials We Sell Used TVs on Credit
but openly discuss and criticize, each other's ideas. Mrs. Scott, a ReadIng -' Few homemakers realize that a 1551 N.VV. 62nd Street OX 1.8024
Specialist] of th" Dade Countv System and other, willingly and few swipes with a dust cloth can
thoroughly give assistance to teachers requesting it and mak many increase light by as much as fifty "", """" "'
wiggettions for the -over-all improvement or Individual teachers." Be dust
per cent sure to lamp J't -- -...- -:
-C. Allgood,Teacher. shades inside and out. You'll get

"/ feel I that our reading program Is.of great merit. The children are better light from lamps with I-THE' lt'tuW' :
reading, are respond to their teachers and classmat's. are eacer and smaller bulbs when you use trans '
willing to follow instructions. The teachers lire cooperative hardworking parent shades and besides your iIDl HAM'pr\O ijO:
critical and determined that our rororram succeeds. This is some room will look cosier. I, J1l, .
of the most rewarding teaching I've experienced because we arc crowing I"I I ( Iub l ,
daily, and we like the growing pains!" -Lottie S. Bnllard.ALc Turn off the lights when you ., ,. a -
leave a room and do not plan to
U.*kin_. Curriculum Assistant at Dunbar, said, "Our reading return for awhile. 5 STAR SHOW STARRING
program at Dunbar has been a captivating experience dwelling into the
education of our youth on the elementary reading level. We are at Light reflected from the walls
tempting! to Improve and enhance our boys and girls in one of the most is free.'l1en you repaint use CHICKIE HORNE
important pecti of worldly knowledge. A man who can reed and comprehend white or light pastel tones. YouTl
far than who all the VorMly goods
is richer by one possesses '
find that you need far less artifi WITH
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Our next visit wa at Phyllis Whcatley. Mrs. Hazel Troy, prin cial lighting than you would with
ciple. We were unable to visit classes: at this school as we ran into dark walls. JO ANN CORCEYLittle
the lunch hour. We did go into the recreation department (not a
part of the reading school), where crowds were enjoying themselves. ( Girl' With The Big VOice)

Stop in at the .
There are 14 classes and three clinics at this school. Grades Satch Robinson (Your M. C.)

from 3rd to 6th.. The point system is used and the children are' Paradise Club
keenly interested. : Pop Taylor's Five Hamptones

Another good thing. Ye Editor was told that the children are 1515 S.W. 12th Ave. 0 Cheater Washington TenorS .

making good use of the two libraries.At ( 5BtaL" *IBOJ : Arthur Johnson. Trumpet

Douglas Elementary Mrs. Charlotte Clarke, principal, we r Dank! 0 Joe Bud Watson Piano

also made a tour of classrooms' and clinics, There was reading and ? 0 Fisher Bass

more reading, books and,more books, and the same interest 'observed a.*'<* -T3j td ? Pop Taylor. Drum at' A )0 ,%.nChlrfc .
in Dunbar was evident at Douglas. The theme at this schoolis V.Uee' "HoviM lOr Chlna" Live Show '
"Reading is the great step to progress.; Aaraa rnttltt'ftBartender
WMBM Rdl7 12:00: Mldnlt to 5 a.m.
Not only are parents cooperating, Exit there is quite a bit of community -
interest The enrollment totals 2.964. There is no doubt no.me WatsonRarnsaM COME HAVE FUN DINE AND DANCE

that this reading program will be most helpful to..the.children, when Friday and Saturday ''Show Tim (S shows) 1<)WO 8 .,"".

they return for the regular school term. Sunday (I shows) ,fcarly show 1:30 and 11:30:

The School Board is to be complimented for bringing us this Gregg llamm. Manager Tuesday, Widrveiday, Thursday 10K>0 and ,:00No

program. It is not onJy teaching children to read but helping them Admission No Cover No Minimum
otherwise, and keeping many off the streets and out of trouble. Miami Times Ad -

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I .' Assault 27-year-old CaseA man trapped In a r Inside ,I,


South assault Dade a white home 33-year-old as he attemptedto housewife S p 0 R ll{


.Thursday May.Florida 22, was State sentenced Prison to last 15


e Criminal Court Judge Gene Wil. By AI Silwman, Editor, Sport Magazine \
'# nS. hams gave Eddie Carl Smith, 13762
SW Moody Dr., 10 years for as- THE MANAGER GAME. Wean Manuel Ycara to pick out the
sault with intent to commit rape I easy one to play. All you biggest races to display hid
and five years for crime against have to do is guess which hell-for-bent} riding. One year
nature on pleas of guilty. major-league manager will get he was disqualified from the
fired first. So far it's been a Flamingo. This spring he was
jZ real slow season, but here are set down after his ride in the
New Low Rates come hints. Preakness on Ridan. The ten-
The leading candidates for dency in most bumptious races
extinction seem to be :Mike involving Ycaza is to put the
LAftG
3 AIRY ROOMS Iii grin. at Boston and Mickey blame on the young Panamanian
} Vernon at Washington. Rod ; very few horse people
ar a/ UNDER NEW Sox fans, especially, are very have ever come to his defense.
._ upset at the way the franchise One who has is his valet at
'" -'- '-" -----""'--" MANAGEMENT
,; has deteriorated since even the New York tracks Cliff
For four years NAT KING COLE has been one of the key'figures before the retirement of Ted Carter. The valet once told u',
and captain' of his own team in the annual All-Star 240 N.W. 21st St. Williams. While there are a "The kid'a a solid loner. You
Celebrity Baseball Game in Los Angeles. Here Nat is pictured lot of obvious front-office got to be around with guys in

with two of the guest ballplayers, a threat to any umpire Mrs. Nelson, FR 1.5576 scapegoats Manager Higgms, this business, say hello, good
who has been accused of being bye. Nobody says anything?
ARCHIE MOORE (1) and JOE LOUIS ''(rj.' This year Nat J"l1l"nl"lu..l or 'imfurnlsluxl with "too nice, too easygoing," is to him. Nornally, the other
Coles' team boasted such other sterling'ballplayers as Mickey the man on the spot. lIe may jockeys are a nice bunch of
Rooney, Michael Dante, Rater Johnson, Chuck Connors John all utilities ,'last the season but don't bet guys. Anything happens out
Bcradino Dean Martin, Max Baer Jr. Bob Newhart Soupy .. en it. His probable replace on the track, normally theywouldn't
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ment Johnny Pesky, ex-Red With
Sales, John Bromfield, Pat Boone- Jack Warden, Peter Brown WantedFOREIGN Sox shortstop, now managing him, they squaw. lIe tries
and Silver Silvers. in Seattle. hard, tries too hard," Carter
Cole is contemplating a plan now to take a similar team on One manager who may not said. "Damn it, he's for the
tour next year to key cities for special charities. LANGUAGE j JI return next year-but strictly public. That's :for sure. Some
en his own is grizzled old day when he don't get suspended
Meanwhile, he is currently preparing to appear in his first TUTORS ::1 Casey Stengel of the Mets. so' much, he'll be the
tent allow, "Sights and Sounds," which starts on a'seven-week : It's not eo much that the Mets leading r der" I i
national tour from Colorado Springs on July 16. Other dates I : have turned sour as it is a '
for the tour include: Seattle World's Fair, July 24-29! ; Salt Private instructions in Euro : matter of Casey's age and the SHORT TAKES. Talking
Lake Lagoon, Aug. 2-4 Greek Theatre Aug. 6-Aug. 14 Randall' fact that he took the job in about an Philadelphia
; : pean and African langu- I the :first place as a favor to Eagle linebacker, Tommy
Island, New York Aug. 18; Buffalo, Aug. 20-26; Walling- : his old friend, general man- McDonald, the Eagles" star*
ford, Conn., Aug. 27-Sept. 2; Warwick, Rhode Island, Sept. 3-9. ages. List qualifying la\ngu- ager George Weiss :flanker back, says/ "lIe was
Framingham, Mass., Sept. 1016. '. One man who has been men- even,'late for the pilo-ons."
ages, name, address and tioned for the Stengel job is'etel'an Gene Fullmer is preparing
-- '\ Yankee catcher Yogi for his middleweight title
I ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL phone No. on post card.Moore's Ben'a. He's heard the rumors, fight with Paul Pender. Rocky
JOHN WAYNE too, but says, "Uh-uh. I don't Graziano, the ex-middleweight
GRADS want to manage no guys like champion, says that Fullmer
EARN $125 A WEEK Box 792 me." is ono of the best fighters
Safest manager in all of the around but that for $25,000he'd
Train with RETS
now Miami 48, Fla. major leagues Is Mel McGaha, como out of retirementand
Call PL 7.9332 who has done a remarkablejob fight him. "I got a
geiigg #ieSefifS&SiO in his first year with the chance' Rocky says. "If I got
El Cleveland Indians. The title in shape for about six monthsI'd
COME ONE! COME ALLI! of a story on McGaha in the give him some fight. Any
-- is August issue of SPORT, "How fighter I could hit, I could
Everyone invited to attend the new a Manager Gets 'Tough", hurt. But If I couldn't hit him,
GAME NIGHTAT pretty well sums up McGaha's I'd be in bad shape."
r/4 ACRES approach to the job. One timea Roger Marls reveals In
THE... starting! pitcher was given the August SPORT that he
4",1 some bullpen duty. Grumbling, once took 'a Dale Carnegie
PALM BEACH New Bar & GrillThese he laid "I'd rather start than course in public speaking andon
Liberty City relieve/' how to win friends and
j McGaha told the pitcher, influence people He admits,
$375 fun and> game filled niter will be held twice a I "Keep your mouth ahut." though, he didn't :finish the
week 050 course. "I found I didn't care
HORSE RACING'S WILD for it," he says, "and didn't .
110 lows full sad Brie.tlO. lit Mftfk.M75 |1\4. Only ItUI MONDAYS AND WEDNESDAYS MAN. Leave it to jockey :follow through too strongly; //

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Companies. So let's do business
with some of our own folk I Still '
like North Travel Bureau Thcy'llh {
Around Miami (>lp you plan your.trip too g'Ray; Loses Another I

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Here is something nice the Aggressive 24-year-old Phil Mojr .. Some 6,000 spectators saw Ray's
DAVE BONDU customers at the Satellite Loungeare er stayed on top of once great i youthful challenger take advantageof
By sponsoring a special birthday Sugar Ray Robinson all the way his rust and age in pounding outa
i t party for Hattie and Louise! their Monday night to win a 10-round decisive win
.. .... popular barmaids, this Sunday afternoon split decision in matchmaker's Joe Both Robinson and Moore were
,=. ; -. starting at 3 p.m. at Louis' main attraction at the Sports guaranteed $7,500 apiece, a sum
Last week, I mentioned the don have new catering facilities. Theyare the Satellite. Happy Birthday, Arena in Los Angeles roughly equal to what Robinson
ors of the Immaculate Dozen Con equipped to plan and cater girls. -- --. &.... Used to pay his hairdresser;
test, but I goofed somewhere along private parties, large Church r I first show must vacate in order toM Robinson. took the defeat without
, the line. I would like to apologize groups and Civic Functions Sy Blanche Calloway is doing the l others in to see the scond show rancor. ,,lip joked about his exorbi-
to the Public Relations Firm of specializes in weddings, buffets public relations work for Bunch There will be a special Teen.Agit nant income tax debt to Uncle
Sweeting.Lamar and Associates of and tea luncheons, and the Convention Lanes In Opa-locka. On Thursday show Sunday from 2 p.m. 'til 6 p.m. Sam, said he has no notion of quit.
1128 N.W. 3rd Ave. I failed to Hall and Dining Room are nights, they bowl by candellght No liquor will be sold between 2 Ling the ring and hopes to win his
mention them, and they gave the both air conditioned and availablefor Now ain't that cute? Last week, and 9:30: pm. so that the kids will next match, with Terry Downes in
most valuable prize to our first your affairs. As an added ser I told you about Eddie Sherman's get a chance to see their stars The I England in September.At .
place winner, Sgt. Jesse Nash The vice, Sy will cater to your picnicsand 733 Bar on N.W. 20th St. Well, I Glass has done it again. Buckingham: Palace
,_, ..
Sweeting Lamar firm was the only beach parties at prices you can goofed again. EJdie is not Eddie, "L -y"--yj-'j'" ;.y.->- "j'.J'riJj'j'iJ
donor that offered their award afford. That, my friend, is what I he's John Sherman of the 733 Bar
without being asked in order to call a service. Now I'm straight again K. C. PEOPLES DRUG STORE BARBECUEAND
help make our contest a success. 0S Smith of the Club Mi has a swing. r LUNCHEONETTE :J i
Their contribution was worth ing band along with Phil Harris
$100.00, in that they gave $500 in QUICK NOTE DEPT.: Charlie and a swinging show. Betty is at
cash and a picture display ad in North of North Travel Bureau the door and Billy is at the counter 402 and 406 N.W. 8th Street FR -
their 1962 Annual Big Orange wants everybody to know that you digging the swinging bowlers .
Yearbook Souvenir Program Book can get a ticket from his agency Meanwhile at the Knight Beat, Drug Store BarBQucbreakfast
in Dece ber. We thank this firm to go anywhere in the world, and the Glass is presenting Sam Cook 1'ontllrJng /, ,
for their and regret that that not cost you a and the Upsetters with Frank "Mr. SI'>dftlb.tlllt In "lIcl'llltion--, and dinner, Old Hickory I
this was omitted in last week's penny more than it would if you Golf" DuBoise (won first place in patent' medicines and Biintlrlc 'I I
column went to the Airport or Train sta. the tournament last Sunday); Joya booie from & pm.
tion to pick it up. Most people' Lane and the Jayettes Hot Papa Open daily 0:30 a.m. 12 p.mFil.
;
have the idea that when they "go" Turner in "Frisco Kate" and M.C. .,. Sat to ItSO *.m. Open liT!. & Sat. to 2 j 80
Construction is going on at the through a Ticket Agency, they pay Bobby Marshall for the weekend. Satisfaction
x
new Franklin Savings and Loan more but this is not so. Agenciessell Show time is 9:30: to 12:30: and Guaranteed Free Delivery

Ave.Association and 10th at St.the, N.W.corner From of 3rd the their tickets for the same 12:30: to 4:30: a.m. Folk from the \\st
looks of it, that will be -
a bright, -- ---
beautiful corner bringing a bank
right to you. Now how about: the
other folk in that neighborhood
cleaning up their places of business
? Some of the places could
use new fronts as well as remodel.
ing inside. They are catering to brewedwonderful '
the Negro dollar, and at least could t
look good. %
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There are several stores on 62nd ; "f that' 1
for
St. that badly need a coat of paint.
These places look dirty, and would
not influence me to buy there. And k-L'
suppose we ask some of our own U
folk to please put your garbage in
the cans instead of dumping It on
t d
'
the street. The only thing the city +x'41 a 9
ordinance allows you to put on the
street are palm fronds that fall
from the trees. It is against the
law to throw trash in the street. world
Not only should the garbage be
put in cans, but take a little time
to cover them up to protect your"
selves a/id your children from the
germs that garbage breeds and : ..'}I :;: oflei'sure

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"I Like my City. Don't you care i
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA
Personal Mention

Commercial Gardener DEATHS Mrs. Lee Guion left the city On PAIGE 8 SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1962
extended vacation visiting her .
an ------ --
Suspend Summer Meets sister in Portland, Oregon. While' --
away she will attend the WorldsFair .
in Seattle, Washington. Shf -
Ths Commercial Gardeners As. Albert is wished a pleasant stay by her Your Birthstone, Ruby or Tigereye "'
ssociation has suspended its month. husband and friends. BORN JUNE 22 to JULY 21 ??

ly meeting for the month of July MISS NADEAN MEDLEY, 21725 and Mrs. Dank YOUR ZODIAC SIGN IS CANCER
and August. The Agriculture Building !- S.W. 114th Ct, Goulds, was dead Recently Mr. surprisecto Your Health StoneTburquoise
2690 N.W. 7th, Ave. has been Johnson were pleasantly
,
arrival South Mhml Hospi. James A. ..
at Dr.
?n have their son, Malachite
for sometime being renovated. Wf
tal July' 4. Surviving are her Johnson to visit them for a few
arc in hopes that it will be read flew In I Your Love Stone ,
Mother, Mrs. Keith Medley; father days. Captain Johnson (1I
for our first meeting in September. James Medley; two brothers, two from Frankfurt, Germany wherehe II : Garnet from India

Mr. L. Daigle, the Assistant ilsters, grandmother and grand. has been stationed at the Rhein I Your Money Stone
County Agent, has promised vigor :father. Services were conducted Mein Air Force Base for 18 months.He .
ous programs in the fall; this i h I July 9 at the Church of the Nazarene plans to return to Miami within Rock CrystalBORN
needed in order that the garden Goulds, Rev. Frank Bryana a year when he can enjoy a t
ers are aware of the many old as I officiating.. ,Burial in Paradise. longer stay with his family and -7 O

well as new problems that we face RECE HARRIS, who lived at 2032 friends. SEPT. 23 to OCTOBER 22? YOUR
The homeowner in case!
many
know more about the latest me, Lincoln Ave., Opa-locka, died in -------- ZODIAC SIGN IS LIBRA
thods and information than the Kendall Hospital July 5 followinga Chapel from 1 p.m. Friday. Your Birthstones
gardener. This should not be the long\|llness. His survivors are. BABY GIRL McCANIC was still
case and what's more important, wile! Rachel; two sons Fred and I born unto Mr. and Mrs. Frank Me- Tourmaline Opal or
need not be the case. The Agri William;; one daughter, yvonne.j Canic of 1044 N.W. 55th St., July Rhodinite
culture Department has this available Arrangements are 4 and was laid to rest July 10. Your Health Stone Pinetree Agate
and it can be obtained by MR. RAYMOND HARRIS
of time. passed EXTRA SPECIAL! Your Love Stone Topaz
little
devoting just a your
at home 1591 N.E,154th Ter.
,
A class will be arranged if ten or North away Miami Beach, July 7. Survivors Four exclusive homes for exclusive Your Money Stone Golden Tigereye
more want the course. The courseis his widow, Charlene people and many others. Call ?
are :
designed with the gardener's one son and two daughters. Chapel Ora D. Taylorh Realty IF YOU NEW CUSTOMER
needs in mind, the care of lawns, 4208 Ave. :
services will be conducted Satur this acThii
Office Eves CE 54246 Bring We will give you free personal
flowers and shrubbery, fertilizing, day 1 with burial in Evergreen : 7595221 : your
watering, disease and insect con He p.m.will lie in repose In the birthstone (genuine) plus our booklet "Tikis
trol. Amulets, Talismans and Stones" Names all the

Helpful Tips: Gardening tools lucky stones.
can be dangerous whether dull or I license[ fees of the various cities? \
sharp. Be careful to keep extra The commercial gardeners are try. For men or women made of genuine r
fingers out of the way when snipping ing to do something about it. Wantto 00? tones
off branches with pruning help? Meet with us September 26 $1 f\ Your personal sign is 'repre-
tools unless you got more fingers 6, 1962, Thursday 8 p.m., 2690 M tented
than you need. All gardeners N.W. 7th Ave. .
should get their Tetanus shot._ Are -
you satisfied with the difference in OPEN DAYS, EVENINGS & ,SUN. NOON UNTIL 9 P.M.
Alit CONDITION "HOUSE OF TEN THOUSAND GEMS" \


the COMPTON 1 QUIZ RITZ I NOW ---. -- ._.. ... _. -- .. -
By K.lth Rob rt>.. SHOWING
Dlrtctor, Information SenlceTest

your knowledge with THEATRE
these questions and answers .
from the pages of Compton's If you like fun atad sex r"I..ITV
Pictured Encyclopedia. You'll roar( at the"BOY'S I
1. How fast can a duck fly?
2. What member of the grass
family grows 100 feet tall? NIGHT OUT"With OX 1.7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St.

3. his What soul legendary to the devil man?sold I I Kim Uovak, Tony Randall, Jameh Garner ....... - ........ -....,., ........ --., -.
4. What Is considered the
oldest musical instrument?, 2nd Feature I NOW SHOWING
5. What animal has a hide an JESSICA starring Angie Dickinson
inch and half thick?
a | ADULT ENTERTAINMENT --
6. Who started the first circulating !
library in America ,r .

7. Are! there any poisonous 1 a g st I Ifr

mammals? ; All
8. What birds have had aj CAPITOL new show on
monument erected to them 11 l I
9. Who Is called the "father; Theatre The Stage __
of American football"? ,f I
10. How big does a halibut
grow? Every Wed. 9 p.m. I

ANSWERS JIMMY REEVES 1 'r t$
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'I"A 7Ba12 'duro .1a1tvA\.6'
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THRIFT SHOP JANET'BLAIR PATTI PAGE

JESSIE ROYCE LANDIS
OSCAR HOMOLKA
2512 NE 2nd Ave. IIOWAAD MOMII AIIII."Nq

"elie. Grace now has a With your host ;ct HOWARD
double store full of beautiful DUFF
And entertaining M. C. $ IetIUNI'LAY.,I RA WALLACH
clothing. For people witha ADoVfA1IOIt IY
uU0ONATO YS AAIIC" a rnwoe
'TAIII MAIIWI ,MICHAEL GORDON

beer champagne pocket. taste and a BOBBYMARSHALL L;! ? CINEMASCOPE&METROCOLOR"KIMCO.FILMWAYS PICTURE MMG M"ILIAII

Ladies, dresses, cottons,
ITMM =,.a= An rrKArA?euoa Rt0 OIAM(
silks, linens, cocktail dresses """r.oivnT TM.a.I It"

evening wraps,\ values '- 't ..,s .
to $300. Now $1.00 to $10. ".
Italian silk suits for men Plus The Weekly *" t 1WiiIe'A t Shine

also silk mohairs, wool, JACKPOT PRIZE

serge like new. $5.00 to $15. Which increases each t

Sport jackets $2.00. Shirts, week DORIS DAY AND JACK LEONARD 1

25c, shoes 100. Come and You'll love these shows ____ I,
look around. You will be featuring -

glad you met Grace. BOBBY Got Something To Sell Rent -, Trade ? ?

Open 9:30 to 5 p.m. JAMES WILLIAMS AND THE TWISTERS

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Teachers in Summer CLYDE KILLENS' POPULAR .

SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1962 PAGE 9.
Reading Program '
\ KNIGHT
BEAT'

State Open Golf Tourney At Dunbar .I" .

.DOES IT AGAIN :! .
r .. The following teachers are en f'' JII.-"I.I' !.,:
Here July 23 24 'gaged in at the'Summer Dunbar Reading Elementary Program Presents Tointe, Tomorrow, ,ftjjjfl 1' s '\

(,School Nelson L. Adams, principal: Sunday 13 ?,:HFI I ,
Clcaophas Allgood, Laura T. Bethel July 14 15 rr*,< .1.
The Par and Birdie Golf Club of ,, Myrtle Bullard, Cupldine D. ... 'r yn' 'J'l 1W<* MMtw
Miami will present its first State 1 _. Dean, Bessie Dennis, Earl A Fin 'I. :, ; .
Open Golf Tournament July 23.24 ; ley, Alice J. Hawkins, Esther Hen ,' '
at Miami Springs Country Club. 'I don, Ila M. Jordan, Matthew V. < 1 ,
('f: P Lawrence and Jefferson Reaves. ,tw Bale
Some $500 In cash and prizes will
be presented to winners inrofersional L Special Reading teachers are:
amateur men's and ama F't Lottie Bullard, Frances L McNeil,
teur women's divisions. t Anna Mary Scott and Grethen Wor f .

First prize in the professional t den. ,
division is $100. : Secretaries are: Gloria Miller, i ,.
Thelmarie Pringle and Maebcll ';; f4vA a
For Information or reservations, Wilson
write to 1161 N.W. 57th St. or call \ Frank Rivers is the
Visiting
PL 41982. Entry registration will lfMr + Teacher. ,. '
.
be in the lobby of the Hampton "
House Motel, 4200 N.Wj: 27th'Ave., Librarians include: Ruthel Blake, :\'
Miami, from 6 to 11 p.m. July 22. \ Allene Guinyard and Dorothy Love
I '. The Recreation Department in. 11..t\ j r It 1'1'A '
: eludes: ,Lois Hicks, Ejestice Richardson ,, ,
r
Jehovah's Witnesses 1... ,; Richard Smith and Delores y
\..1i,'. I Turner
iri""f? :\ $ :
Convention at W.P .B.A : ; 'ab I
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Miami man has been namedas ;4.1. Four exclusive homes for exclusive
one of the speakers for a three. ,.----_ -1>__.-.,. ._--,-,.>-". ..-- \people and many others. Call

hovah's day District Witnesses Convention to be held of Je in Mrs. Norma Mims, 1020 N.W. Ora D, Taylor, Realty

West Palm Beach, July 1315, 38th St., ,is popular the Liberty City beautician 4208 N.W. 7th Ave v Q ,a 21
Alonzo Adams, Jr., of 2390 N.W. Beauticians Unit representative for Office: 759-5221 Eves: CE 4246
No. 42 in
75th St., will act as chairman of the
the Friday evening program. Beuatician of the Year Contest. \ ..

The convention which will be The winner will be crowned at FOR SALE
held in the Palm Beach Jai Alai the coronation ball, Sunday nightat
COOKE
the Fiesta Club Ballroom. 749 NW 50TH STREET
Fronton will
attract delegates from ,4' P
South and Central Florida. The $600 down, balance $73 "
four congregations in the Miami,
area*\VUl be represented by some put the Yml month I FHA lovely ranch

350 Adams delegates., who is the presiding min. back In YOUTH home, 2 bedroom, tile bath, t+ ,, ; ,
ister of the Southwest Congregation ))
of Jehovah's Witnesses, will TJV Fla. room, carporte. Large
drive to West Palm Beach with his : yard with patio and
wife Patricia and their children, ... .: garden.
Dale and Diane. They will attend Many fruit and hade trees.
all of the convention sessions and JOIN YOURYMCA
then return to Miami and put to Buy from owner and save.
use in their congregation the
things which they expect to learn. -/1H,11 PL 9.0058

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x Mrs. Marguerite Ward Davis is Flint and Chicago before returningto

ALONG FREEDOM'S ROAD visiting her sister Mrs. Cleomi the city in i M August.S

. Bloomfield, at 255 N.W. 9th St.
Mrs. Davis and her three children and
\ James Jarrett daughter
_.... By RUTH I'ERRY HEWS t Jennie, Marguerite and' Dennis are Sharyn, of Newark New: Jersey,

( __._,_._.__._a_._.__._. _aaa.. ___aa. _._._.._.aa...aaaaa. ______.. III ...,##. from Raleigh, N. C. They hope*D.toj spent a few days in the city visiting
." .y.- '' --------- -- --- -- - I spend three weeks here. Mrs.
f r relatives and friends.
-
Arc You Member? is the sister of Mrs. M. I. Daniels,
Most of the time it seems perfectly a -----
clear and obvious to me thai The NAACP is working, and has I Uy WAI/TRR BOWE Shaddie Ward and Miss Lottie

I am living in the Twentieth Cen been working for years, to correct .,...,...,,.-.. ,. .."'....,. Ward schools She of is a Raleigh.teacher in the pub Teen-Agers Find
just such acts as happened recently - lic
I think of Cape Canaveral *
When
tury. in Atlanta. If despise preJudice
you Carver Ranches Fire Department
and an astronaut circling hate racial bias and would The Summer Fun and
night, July
I am certain. Oi will meet Monday Mrs. Hatchet Saunders was the
our planet very like to do something about it, become is
i in 16 at 8:30: pm. Walter Blatch to Nassau given
when I think of the advances member of the NAACP. winner of the trip
medicine science, education 01 For as a little as $2.00, you can. become president and E. K. Hardy Secre away by the Sweetheart of Roses Creativity at JESCA
travel, I am sure I am living in an active fighter for freedom tary. Civic Club on June 30. Mrs. Clara
an
It is like old times at the JamesE.
of civilization. Love is president.
advanced stage for your support will help to The South Broward Post No. SS Scott Community AssociationDay
Prejudice Negates ProgressBut combat intolerance and bias. A 8195 will meet Sunday, July 15 at Camp this summer. The teenage .
good time to join would be right 6 p.m. All members and Overseas Wendell and Marina Thompsonof boys and girls are having a
when I read that Ralph now, because the annual Membership Veterans will please be present at Brooklyn, N. Y. are announcingthe wonderful time and look forwardto
Bunche, a high official of the Campaign is currently being the Chamber of Commerce Build. birth of a 5-lb., 14-oz. daughter, each day's activity with excite
United Nations, representing our conducted by the Miami Branch of iug pn 4th Ave. and 21st St. Christina Marlene, on June 6. Theyare ment.In .

country, was refused admission to Jie NAACP. Carver Ranches Baseball at home at 478 Prospect Place. addition to regular camp activities .
a hotel in Atlanta civilizing then my forces faithin For the next four weeks the team The defeated the "Goulds Skies" the girls plan and carry

progress and setback andI NAACP office will be open on team with a score of 10 to 7 in Beatrice Miller--secretary at hrough special projects in baking.
suffers a very severe for L. They will also add new''items to
Tuesday nights at 7:30: p.m. Fla. Sunday afternoon,
advanced Goulds, and
wonder whether we are as Lillie C. Evans Elementary,
their fall wardrobe as a result of
workers to
NAACP campaign re July 8. Mr. James Bivins, managerof
thinking and actions her little daughter Char-
in lovely
our their memberships. There Goulds Skies their; conscientious work at sewing
"If
port new the Bears, said
as we think we are. Surely such each lene, are on an extended summer time. The boys are also busy planning .
and prejudiced action in will be door prizes given I baseball team had many men on vacation.Mrs. .
Atlanta benighted could only belong to week, and a prize to the worker their team like Mingo, the Bears projects in woodwork.
who either care nothing \bringing in the most membershipsach will have to go." Miller expects to visit relatives Another specialty for this group
people Remember has been the preparation of the
Tuesday night. ,
prestige or and friends in Daytona Beach,
country's
their
about
LESSONS
when take out a membershipin FIRST SESSION SWIM underground oven for cook-outs.
who want to persist in an what out. the you NAACP or sell one to somebody COMPLETED: AT SUNLAND Jacksonville, Chattanooga, Detroit, Have you tried fryers cooked by
moded way of life no matter else, you are striking a blow this method? Mr. Ernest Taylor is
the consequences. igainst prejudice. Don't delaydot Three.hundred sixty-eight young. I doing a terrific job instructing different

We have heard much in the past today. sters and adults participated in the swim meet may register with their techniques in camp cook-
for prejudice first cycle of swimming instructions I playground directors. Awards will
about the price we pay outs.Are
and it is a proven fact that which were conducted from I be presented to the various winners 'your teen-age boys and girls
this,is Years ago perhaps acts Nathan Young's June 18 through June 29. Two.' of events. Trophies will be having a summer full of fun and
of intolerance so. and prejudice were I hundred ten persons completed the awarded to first and second place learning? It is not too late to let
not so widely publicized, because I requirements for the beginners, advanced winners attaining the highest number -, them come over and join their
did not have the means to Summer Recreation beginners and intermediate of points. friends' at Camp JESCA. The camp
we transmit news via radio,, certificates. Registration for persons headquarters is at Liberty Square
quickly of ,n to participate in the Learn-to- ADULTS, FAMILY AND I Community Building, 6306 N.W.
TV telephone and other means what After completing three weeks of Swim program remains open at RECREATIONAL 14th Ave. Please call PL 4-2326
communication. But today known wonderful participation and cooperation Sunland Pool's cashier booth daily. SWIMMING NIGHTS for further information.
Africa is
happens in South The fee for swim lessons of Learn-
to us almost immediately Acts of I in our program from all to-Swim classes began Monday Night swimming broke in high
terrorism in Algeria is daily news registered boys and girls and with morning with 318 children and 14 speed last week at Sunland and
in our papers. What is happening the willful assistance of our custodians adult men and women present. with an unusual number of swimmers Now is The Timefor
along the "wall" in Berlin comes I Mr. Hammock and Mr. participating into the night your child to learn correctly
to us almost as soon as something Ervin, the program has welcomed SWIMMING PRACTICE program. Recreation has been set
takes place there. an increase of boys and girls who HAS BEGUN for the particular groups as follows this summer piano
came out to enjoy our wholesome : Tuesday night at 7 to 9 I
We Are Not IsolatedIn fun' which is very carefully planned Swimming team practice began adults only; Wednesday night from and dance.:

other words, no longer do we and carried out by the council. last Tuesday for the various playgrounds 7 to 9 p.m. Family.. Night; and on!
live in world where actions in a Parents who drop by only to look with teams throughout the Thursday night from 7 to 9 p.m. I FINE ARTS
a
certain country are not known for In on the youngsters in the mornings city. The special session will serveas recreational swimming for all. In CONSERVATORYMondays
we know in find themselves participatingin an incentive for the Annual addition, on each Thursday nighta
months matter or of years-now hours. Therefore If activities such as shuffleboard, City-wide Playground Swim Meetto gallon of ice cream will be presented and Thursdays
a think that what we do in ping pong and checkers. The parents be conducted July 24 at 2 p.m. at to the boy who brings the
any United of us States is not known tc who visit the afternoon sessions Sunland Pool. Boys and girls interested most girls 14 years of age and 615 NW 60th St.-757.1351
the the rest of the world almost immediately are happy to learn that their t in participating in this above to swim.

we are just like ostriches boys and girfsare learning social
with heads carefully rhythmics such as the Tango, the
our
sand of indifference Cha Cha, Waltz and the Fox Trot.
stuck and apathy.in the If the United States Oh. yes, they enjoy our Square I For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call
of liberty and Dancing and our Swing, but they
symbol
were not a
of the
all men and women : with the thinking .
freedom for council .'xMS
throughout the whole world, acts that they do not want to -

of prejudice and racial hatred here do the TWIST. A

in our country perhaps would not Principal Mackey stopped in fora BONDEDRENTAL
seem quite so bad. But to have the few minutes enroute to the
American image of a free country, Northwest Florida area (Tallahassee
where free citizens live together ) where she will be for a few 'tlf3frJ
peacefully and happily destroyedand
besmirched each time an act Gays.% Results of Last Week's Special ;
of prejudice occurs, is not good for Arts and Crafts
Events: Special
prestige or good for
country's Hollis
our won by
Certificates were
any hopes we might have of winning Ernest Wooks, Ruth Wil
Cherry,
uncommitted countries
to over the the side of democracy.The Hams Joseph Young of Brownsville's and George
Sneed. Because
!
refusal by a hotel to allow misconduct, Nathan Young was: V i P AGENCY INC.

Ralph Bunche to register there, is granted the girls Softball game.with We ,
an act of prejudice understood by won the Track and Field Meet
those who are working to bring Bunche Park. The Silly Bonnet
about equal rights for all citizensof contest was won by Gene Donald collection and rental
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Masculine Emphasis Day

I


to CfiMrdi At Saint John SundayThe


me pastor, Rev. Thedford, 4phn-

son, officers and members of St.

John Institutional Baptist Church
invite you to worship with them on
Sunday, July 15 as they observe

,000 Triumph Church Day.their annual Masculine Emphasis

. The Rev. J. K. Bryant, pastor of
T7a Tabernacle Baptist Church, West

to Meet in L.A. morning Palm Beach speaker., Florida Dr.,Victor will be Glass the I

Assistant Executive Secretary of
"California here we come National Baptist Work for Home
[This is the statement that some St. James Men's Mission Board of tho Southern Bap t'' qi
2,000 or more delegates, visitors tist Convention will serve as the
and friends of Triumph, the Church evening speaker.Chairmen .
and Kingdom of God in Christ are Day Aug. 12St. for the day are Bros.
echoing throughout the U.S.A., Africa Isidore Johnson and J. W. Dunn;
and Nassau. They will be at James Space Operation Chairman is Bro.
tending the 16th Biennial Sessionof A.M.E. Church, "The Nelson Adams Program Chairman
the National School of Wisdom Friendly Churchwill' present its is Bro. Franklin Clark. -c
and Young People's Congress in Annual This Day on Sunday, ,August
the beautiful city of Los Angeles, 12. year the men are The choirs, under the directionof
California, July 17.22, 1962. planning for the biggest and best Minister of Music, Sis. Pauline
Men's Day Mr. Willie ti 43. 4 4I
ever. Scott, Dunn and assisted by Bros. Town.
Congress will be under the auspices one of St. James' leading officers, sel, Morris and Mobley. will render
of Dr. C. W. Drummond of is the chairman with Mr. Dallas uplifting and spiritual music for } { '

Anderson, Ind., National Superintendent Stroud as co-chairman. this occasion. --

Churches. He of has the issued Triumphant the The Rev. W, F. Tanner, of St. i astronauts This day will also see to a group be shot of I IN TilE SPOTLIGHT-Mrs. Mildred !.
proc attempting
Mary's Baptist Church of Coconut S. Allen, owner and
operatorof
lamation all national into orbit. Won out
calling come
state you
Grove, will be the guest speaker. the M. S. Allen Funeral Home
,
and which
and local School of Wisdom and see astronaut will be
YPE officials in one joint session Some of Miami's best religious tal selected to orbit the earth? I 1744 N.W. Third Ave., was spotlighted .
ent will appear on the program for ELECTED PASTQR-+Rev, Otis during tho recent annual
commencing 12 noon. Tuesday, July 17 at this occasion. I /Mundy, 'well known Miami Minister convention of the Florida State

/iwho was elected pastor of MT. CARMEL M. BAPTISTRev. Morticians' Association, which was
The Rt. Rev. D. II. Harris of The financial goal for this year'sMen's the riawly organized Mt. Olivet held at the Hampton House and
Pittsburgh, Penn., Chief Bishop of Day will be $4,000.Be : M. B. Church of Opa-locka. The D. A. Bradley, pastor, Villas in Miami.
church was oBriunded on ,the 25th Mri. Christine Cherry, reporter Mrs. Allen cited
the Triumphant Churches will sure to make a note on your was for her dis
head the dignitaries list at the calendar so that you will not miss of June and Rev. Murtdy was The pastor preached a very in.npiring tinguished services above and beyond .
convention. He and his cabinetare this wonderful occasion, for you hnmedately called to tho (pastor. message on Sunday, ,and the call of duty, over a periodof
expected to arrive in the Angel are always welcome to visit St. ate. At the present; time services we want to thank God for his di. more than thirty years In tho
City Monday, July 16 to confer with James A.AI.E. Church, "The Friend will be held at the Nathan. B. vine message. Today we need more Morticians' profession, as well as
Dr. Drummond and his staff. ly Church." Yourtg Elementary School in ministers to impound the word of I for her many outstanding contribu
East Opa-locka, until a building truth to those who will believe. tions to the betterment and eleva
The Florida delegation in the Rev J. Benjamin Blacknell, pastor .a constructed., The public is alvnays So many false prophets are rising tion of the profession to higher
last biennial session, Atlanta Ga. Alonzo II. Jackson, ,( 'invited, t", worshd'p' at the in these last days until we have to ethical standards.In .
remembers the statement that was Men's Day Publicity Chairman Now Mt. Olivet: M. B. Church stay on our bended kees asking
made by the state superintendent Opa-locka. The church will be- God to lead us in all truths. point of service, Mrs. Allen
Is
the oldest .
ot California, Rev. F. L. Abbott gila its worshdp services Sun- Tuesday night Is prayer meeting. active Negro Mortician
when he invited congress to the Church of The Open Door day, July 15. on Remember the sick and shut-in. is a member in the Dade of the County local area She
state and
"gold state he said "California
Rev. II. C. McDowell, GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. national Morticians'
pastorA. Association
,
is ready to give a better time
in every respect you than Florida gave I' E. McNeal, reporterWe Revival Meeting W. F. Savoy, pastor the and has: done much to heir make
organization
you in Jacksonville in 1954 and An enjoyable time was had the which
Miami in 1958 come and see." visitors were happy last to have the The public is invited to attend The Anniversary Committee will the entire nation can well bo proud.
Some 200 or more delegates will many on Sunday; we ten (10) nights of revival meetings sponsOr an "Old Folks Concert"on Mrs. Allen holds tho distinction
leave the sunshine state to witness are ing looking forward to your com- beginning Monday night at 8 p.m. Thursday, July 26th at the of licensed being tho first Negro or White
again.
at the Turners' Kindergarten 7168 church. Come to Female Embalmer and Fu
prepared enjoyan
this mammoth session. ', '
,
: of
On Sunday; the ladies the neral Director in South Florida.
16th These
N.W. Ave. evening of laughter and fellow
Prince R. L. Williams, of Miami, service.church will have charge of the will be conducted by the nationally! ship. Mrs. Spero Cokine is the ----- --------'----- -- --- ------,-,..,
will head the delegation to the con known Evangelist, Reverend W. M. directress.Our .
vention. Chartered buses will leave We feel honored to have one of Daniels of South Carolina. pastor is attending a study 2 HOUSES ON ONE LOT
Miami at 3 p.m. The buses will I our family representing the Dade conference in Charlotte, N. C. $590 down
travel up the East Coast to Jack County Teachers' Association at Remember, visitors arc always
sonville and over to Tallahasseeand I. the NBA. in Denver, ColoradoMrs. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH welcome to our worship services $12,500 total

Pensacola. All persons desiring ( Annette McNeil). She stated 15700 NW 22nd Ave. Opa-locka Live
to attend the convention are that she: was having a delightful rent free A bedroom
'
Rev. M. J. Maoon, pastor
asked to meet at the point nearest time and the experience is truly Sara, McRac, secretaryThe Washington Park NewsNorth home for you and a 1-bed-
them. For information contact rewarding.The room home for rental in
Prince R. L. Williams, 1521 N.W. Church of the Open Door is 12th anniversary of the Usher Miami Beach, FloridaBy
62nd Ter., Miami, Fla. looking forward to the building of Board No. 1, which began on Mrs. Ruby Caslelow lovely area near 17th Ave.

a Sanctuary in the near future. Friday night July 6 and ended on The Civic Association of Washington and! NW 44th St.
Sunday evening at 3-30: o'clock, ,
Park held their last meeting
Guest PreacherOn ST. MARY'S W. M. was a huge success both in attend home
at the of the president, Mr $150 Cash
1 ftev. II. Y. Stuart, pastor ance and financial reports. lola Crawford. Tho next meetingwill $79 PATS' ALL

Sunday night, the guest Miss Dorothy Major, reporter That Friday night various choirs be at the home of Mr. and
2 bedroom
preacher at Trinity Methodist of the city rendered a most inspiring Mrs. George Neal, 1535 N.E. 152nd near NW 62nd
Church N.W. 2nd Ave. near 14th Last Sunday morning a car pool spiritual singing program and Ter. All members are asked to be St. No qualifying Move

St., will be Rev. Ernest Hutcheson. was formed and a capacity crowd on Sunday evening, Rev Paul Freeman present July .16. I right in today Why pay
went to see Sister Lambert at Ken *
Jr. chaplain and staff member of I of Jordan Grove Baptist rent
buy this low down
dall Hospital. She was spiritually ,
the Dade County Children's Homein Church delivered the sermon for The Recreation Department is in
uplifted. payment home
Kendall. the occasion. lull swing. Arts and Crafts, Field
He is filling in on this occasion I Sunday, July 15: the men of St.I The president, Deacon Edwin Trips and lots of other activities.Tho .
during the absence of the pastor,
Mary's will observe Men1 Day Ramsey who has been the president, girls and boys won ribbonson $300 down
Rev. George E. Johnson who is and they are going all out to make the 4th of July for physical fit.
I for the entire 12 was $70 MO. PAYS
deeplv ALL
vacationing in Nassau. years
history in St. Mary's. They will moved and expressed his gratefulness ness. A beautiful parade was con-
climax their drive with a party for the cooperation and con- ducted by Julian Hall, the awls- Lovely 2 bedroom with
BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMiss Friday night at the church hall. fidence shown him from his mem- tant of Washington Park Summer front screened porch, car-

Sima Stahl, a member of The public is invited. bers for the past years, and pledged Recreation SC porte, air condition, stove

the Miami Baha'i Community, will The male chorus will furnish his continued leadership for the and refrigerator. Near NW

speak at the Baha'i Center, 137 music morning and night. Please future. Tha swimming pool of Washing- I 45th St. I
N.W. 11th Ave., 8 p.m. Sunday, plan to spend the day at St. Mary'i. The president, along with all on Park is having swimming Instructions ,
July 15. Her subject will be: "Pre We are praying for our sick and officer, were presented tokens of every Monday from (9 -0-
< We
judice of All Kinds Must be For shut-ins. appreciation. The financial effort am. to 12 noon. Everyone is Invited arrange financing also
gotten." The public is cordially Invited amounted to $931.58. Willie Glenn is in charge, TRIO"REALTY
to attend. Phone Secretary, BETHEL BAPTIST phone 047-0527.
FR 1-5420, for further information. Richmond Height We are now looking forward to 801 NW 54th St.

Rev. L. R. ROBS, pastor our approaching pastor's apprecia i Faithful 93 are having their regu- PL 9-8372 PL
NEW PROVIDENCE M B. tion day to be held on the 29th of lar meeting Monday night, July 9.5455

Rev. C. J. Burney, past Usher Board No. 1 of Bethel July. You are invited to attend. 10. Sister Annie L. Holmes, W.M. NE 5-8745

Church, will celebrate its _ ,. .
Mrs. Wilson reporter ft !II '" -- ---
Claudia --- -- -
Fifth ST. BARNABAS W. M.
Anniversary Sunday, July 15
We had a wonderful time Sun "Living Service for the Living"
day throughout the day. The junior at the church. With the knowledgeof Rev E. A. Culmer, pastor .
choir sang beautifully Sunday our expectations for this affair, Mrs. S. Dawkima, reporterOur 'f/
night. We have members on the we are positive you won't miss this

sick list, some on sad occasions and affair. Sunday School Convention rW rMi. +
others out of town on vacations.Let Our guest speaker will be Rev. will be held July 24 to 29. Visitorsare .
us pray for all of them. Davis of First Baptist Church of welcome to the sessions that
Visitors are always welcome in Brownsville. Rev. Davis is a very open at 8 p.m. Superintendent
Theresa Lewis will be In
charge.
our services.
prominent, dynamic speaker who
Our pastor is doing a wonderfuljob
has spoken at various religious oc
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST in leading us spiritually. Mrs
casions. As usual Rev. Davis has
Lillian Knowles is our pianist.
1671 N. W. nth Terr. prepared a well-appropriate sermon
Rer. Ernest Williams pastor for the occasion.In ST. LUKE BAPTISTThere
Deacon Fred Williams, reporterOn
addition to Rev. Davis' presence will be musical
a
last Sunday, Rev. Williams program
delivered a most powerful message there will be various ushersin here at the church Friday, July 13,
the Dade County area to share sponsored by the Men's Day Com -
and Rev. Thomas *
night
Sunday
Taylor delivered a wonderful in the festivities. Indeed this is mittee. Both Senior and Junior Oscar Ll\Ringe\Fuiieral\ \[ i l Home''
message.The expected to be a very rewarding I choirs are asked to be present.

No. 1 Choir will render the afternoon. I On Saturday, July 14, there will M. Athalle Range, Owner N. Patrick Range
music on this Sunday. i The Men's Club is sponsoring a be a dinner sale at the home of Mgr.
Don't forget to visit the lick and Barbeque at Virginia Key Beach Deacon and Mrs. Robert Hall, Jr., 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue
shut-ins. Friday, July 27. Persons desirousof 937 N.W. 58th Ter. Phone PL 4- OX 1.0131
The public is always welcome at purchasing tickets may do so by 3753 for free delivery. Sale startsat OX 1-4343
New Bethel. contacting members of the club. noon







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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA IN MEMORIAMIn Richardson U I

CHARLES LEE ROSS, better
PAGE 12 SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1962 Sad but Loving Memory of DEATHSMRS. known as Charlie Ross, owner of

,.. ------ Our Dear Husband, Father "'" -.....- .-..- the Economy Shoe Store, died at
and Brother [I his home located at 7146 N.W 19th

.--- ---- -"-- CHRISTINE SIMMONS, pi Ave., on July 8. He, leaves
II MEMORIALS 919 N.W. 63rd St. died July 11 ai to Sundwile, Syble Sweeting
CARDS -. Miami International Airport en- Ross; two sons, Charles Jr. and i Ro
route to St. Petersburg, Fla. She land; two daughters, Rosa Ross Mc.
was a native of Marion County ana Coy and Sylvia Denise Ross; one
resident of Miami for 26 years. sister, Mrs. Hattie Studdard. Fu.

;, IN I : ? MEMORIAM f! \ I IN MEMORIAM I r Mrs. Simmons, who was a member neral services were held on Thursday .
r of Greater Bethel A.M.E. Church ,, July 12 at 9:30: a.m. from the
I There is land of delight had been ill for several months Episcopal Church of Incarnation,
In Sad but Loving :Memory of a pure her sisterinlaw
is survived by
She Elisha
Mother Where saints immortal reign with Father S. Clark officiating.
Our Dear Daughter.
and Sister Infinite day excludes the night, Mrs. Edna Rose of St. Peters Interment in Evergreen Cemetery
And pleasures banish pain. burg; one niece. Lee Edna Sims; ,
and two nephews, Lorenzo and Ty
committed
To this land has: been
Y}. the soul of Our Dearly Beloved son Sims; Elizabeth Jakes and Rose HATTIE CARTER, stillborn daughter
Wife, Mother and Grandmother Benson, cousins. Services will be of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Carter,
held in St. Petersburg, Fla. Sun died at the Christian Hospital on
__ _
r 'w '"! ir day, July 16, 3 p.m. at Moore's. July 6. Graveside services were
ey c r Chapel A.M.E. Church under direc, held at Evergreen Cemetery on
tion of Barrett Funeral Home. In July 12 at 12 o'clock with Rev.

terment will follow Monday eve Jackson officiating.
ning in the family plot, Ocala, Fla.
BURLEY
COLEMAN, of 1310 N.W.
Y 2nd Ave, died at Jackson Memorial
Range a ... Hospital on July 3. He leaves to
e
7 I mourn a wife, Readus; a son, WillieB.
% '! 4%' S I SAMUEL JESSE WILLIAMSwho BISHOP LORENZO FREEMAN .; three daughters, Mrs. Rosa L.
275 N.W. 8th' St. Moore Mrs. Addle L. Brooks and
passed away July 15, 1958 Apt 6, died ,
z' MRS. LEILA WILLIAMS, July 6, 1962 at Jackson Memorial Mrs. Evelyn Simson; three sIsters
Wife; and FAMILY Hospital after a' long period ol and two grandchildren. Funeralservices
illness. Bishop Freeman was the were held in the Chapel

f'ffQihif HI! MEMORIAM, I 'pastor of St. Mark Holy Ghost on Thursday, July 12 at 2 p.m. with
+ Church located at 1212 N.W, 3rd Rev. Emory Jackson officiating. Interment
In Memory of My Ave. He Is survived by his widow, in Evergreen Cemetery.
i. : a Beloved Grandmother Mamiel' ,four sisters, two brothers,
) ne children. Funeral ser Francis
MRS. ANNA LATTIMERof ,
vices will be held Saturday, July
Madison, Florida 14 at 1 p.m. at the Church of God .......- > .... ..." .",..- .....'.
who departed this lib in Christ Temple, 1740 N.W. 3rd ,'J1
July 5 and was laid to '''' ;
- Ave., Rev. Jacob Cohen
pastor.
,
rest 15 1951 i
July ,
The remains will then be K
shippedto
MRS. RUTH COLEBROOK
A Eleven since you've been
1 f [ years Live Oak, Florida for final rites ,
AUSTIN
gone; it only seems like yesterday. '' .
and burial. % ;.J.n" .
who departed this life 'Ut>LIUl.f 'r. Life has been so empty withoutyou f

July 14, 1958 EMELINE JOHNSON SMITH to give me comfort on my REV. THOMAS LEE' IIENDER.
May she rest in peace and ma;' who fell into a peaceful way. I miss you more and more SON, 2555 N.W'156th- St., Opa- S
light perpetual shine upon her.. slumber on July 12, 1961 each day, but your memories will locka died at Jackson MemorialHospital >R

THE COLEBROOK and ,We do not grieve for we know; II always linger in stilt heart. Sunday, July 8 after a ,
AUSTIN FAMILIES. "There is no death, the stars go To those who have mothers, brief period of illness Rev. Hen .>
down to rise upon some fairer tend her with loving care, for you derson was the assistant pastor oi
IN MEMORIAMIn shore. will never know how much you will Mt. Hermon A.M.E. Church in Opa- ; I ,

In Loving Memory miss her until she has gone away. locka. He is survived by his wife, ,
Loving of I
n..en Memory U".hQ.JIt. My I REGGIE SMITH, Husband; Sadly missed by her DaughterMRS. Leila; two daughters, Mesdames ,8 'Y aq
RUTH SMITH BETHEL, EVELYN L. FLOYD Bertha Stokes and Evelyn McAllis ""

Daughter; and FAMILY. ter; one son, Jimmy Lee Wilson;
PAMELA and SONYA two sisters
Mesdames Florence
BETHEL, Granddaughters. Ifi MEMORIAM f Simmons and Christine McFadden;
one brother, Mr. John Wesley lien cN
IIi r MEMORIAM In Sad but Loving Memory of derson. Funeral services will be

k Our FatherJ. held Saturday, July 14 at 1 p.m. at
In Loving Memory of My T, BLACKMANwho Mt. Hermon A.M.E. Church, Rev.S. .
r. Dear Husband departed this life L. Gay officiating. Interment at

d July 11, 1901 Paradise Memorial Cemetery, Richmond

The loved ones that he left behind Heights, Fla. }_-,. ____-_ "_ _
Might not appear to sight,
9 4of Yet he must know someway some GEORGE WASHINGTON BROWN, EDMUND O. McKINNEY, of 1629
W how, 2295 N.W 71st Ter., died July 10 N.W. 1st PL, Apt. 3, died at his
u > l We think of him each day. at Jackson Memorial Hospital af home on July 6. Funeral services
We might not hear, we might not ter a short period of illness. Mr. will be held at St. James Baptist
see Brown was a long time resident of Church on Sat., July 14, at 2 p.m.
1y Just as yesterday, the Miami area, having lived here' with Rev. Joel Johnson, pastor, of
And yet still he seems to be for the past 36 years. lie is survived ficiating. Remains will be on viewat
n At hand to cheer our tears away. by two sisters, Mesdames Francis Funeral Home Chapel
THE FAMILY. Mary King and Rebecca Mason; : beginning 6 p.m. on Friday until
r one brother, Curvin Papin; one funeral time Saturday afternoon.
a CARD OF THANKSThe stepdaughter, Mrs. Constance Cros Survivors include his wife, Mary;
by of Washington, D.C. Funeral two daughters, Mrs. Ada Deveaux
41 t rf Family of the Late arrangements at this time are incomplete and Miss Barbara Jean McKinney;

-- -- _.- four sons, Edmund Jr., henry John
Albert and Robert Lee McKinney{ ;
--
tHAR1IDE; N---- INFANT BOY COGDELL, 2340 one brother, seven grandchildren
who died July 12, 1958 N.W. 55th St., infant son of Mr. and a step-son, Thomas Capron.
Gone but not ..forgotten .ind Mrs. Issac Cogdell, died at '
From his loving wife, Magnolia Hospital July 11. Grave. EUGENE W. ALBURY, of 3629
MRS. MAE DEAN; side services were held at Lincoln Grand Ave., Coconut Grove, died
I CLEMENTINE DEAN, Sister; Memorial Cemetery Friday, July at Jackson Hospital July 2. Funeral -
and BROTHERS 13. services were held at Christ
Episcopal Church in Coconut Groveon
I INFANT BOY BRYANT, 2049 Sat., July 7 at 4 with Fr.
IN I MEMORIAMIn I p.m.
m. N.W. 73rd St., infant son of Mr. Theodore R. Gibson, rector offici
Sad but Loving Memory of My CHARLES WINSTON TISBY and Mrs. David Bryant, died at ating. Survivors Include his mo-
Dear Husband I who departed this life Jackson Memorial Hospital July 6. i ther, Mrs. Sarah Bethel; stepfather

_.._--- -".#._# -,-- June 27, 1961 Graveside services were held on Clarence Bethel; six sisters -
There's an open gate at the end of Wednesday, July 11. Mrs. Sweetlon Anderson Mrs.
the road.Through Miriam Peavy Mrs. Grace W.
which each must go alone Grace, Mrs. Gladys Devera, Mrs.
And there is a light we cannot see, CARD OF THANKSThe Virginia Francis and Miss Geneva
Our Father claims his own. Bethel; one brother, Whelock: Beth-
EVELYN TISBY, Wife: Family of the Late el.
ARTHUR SMALL, MATHEWS MR. ROSCOE MACK
HAMILTON, THOMAS wishes to thank their friends for I, ALFRED ERNEST BULLARD. of
1 htk HAMILTON, Uncles. ,, "', the flowers, cards, telegrams, and I Veteran 507 NW. 17th St, died at the
I all other condolences, and the affiliations i Hospital in Coral Gableson
IN MEMORIAMIn '. of aU organizations for July 4. Funeral services were
:,, their kind expressions of sympathy held in, the chapel on Tuesday,
k Loving Memory of Our -- during their hour of bereavement. July 103 p.m. with Rev. Otis Mun-

Beloved Mother THOMAS E. FARRINGTONwho Special thanks to Rev. E. T. Graham dy officiating.. Survivors include
and members of the Mt. Zion two daughters, Mrs. Lillian Stad-
ex"Pf departed this life
8 man and Miss Ruby Bullard; one
Baptist Church and Richardson Fu
April 24, J9fwish
J neral Home. son, Samuel Sweeting; one son-in-
to our thanks and
express CATHERINE MACK. law, Willie Stadman; five grandchildren
appreciation to the wonderful .
friends and neighbors for flowers,
J food, cards, and telegrams and the IN MEMORIAMIn BLAND BOYCE, of 1030 N.W. 1st
""IOJ. fellows from Surfsldc. Our thanksto Ct., died at Jackson Memorial Hospital
c A Rev. Aaron D. Hall, Francis Funeral I on July 6. Funeral services
Loving and Sad Remembranceof
Home for their wonderful I will be held at Francis Funeral
Dear Husband
service. May God bless each of you. My Home Chapel on Sat. July 14, at
I MRS ELOUISE FARRINGTON, WILLARD JAMES LAWSONwho 11 a.m. Remains will lie in reposeat
Wife: died July 8. 1961 Francis Funeral Home Chapel l
1; MR. ISAAC MOSS 'MRS. THELMA -RAHMINOV In Jackson Memorial Hospital .beginning Friday afternoon until
who departed this life p5T Sister?; "'** '"*: ''",' w Gone Jwtt.oofc 4 forgotten jj funeral Jime ,Saturday .morning.Survivors .
July 14, 1960 MRS. ELOISE ROLLE Aunt; Sadly missed by Include his WIfe,' Evfe;
Sweet be thy rest, and peacefulthy MRS. NAOMI BROWN, Aunt; MRS. JANIE MAE LAWSON, three daughters, Mrs. Emma
-: sleeping, MRS. INEZ INGRAHAM, Aunt; Wife Owens, Mrs. Nettie Williams and
0 blessed sleep where ills ne'er BERNARD JOHNSON, Uncle; MRS. GERTRUDE LAWSON, Miss Lula Boyce; one grandson,
molest thee, NATHAN FARRINGTON, Mother; Robert Lee Boyce.
Uncle. OPLIE LAWSON, LESSIE B.
Why should we weep, for heaven LAWSON MERDES LAWSON LORETTA TUFF, infant daughterof
hath blessed thee, Children Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tuff, of 18312
H: Sweet be thy rest. ; S.W. 102nd PL Perrine, died atKendalillospitai
MRS. CARRIE GREEN,
MRS. MAUDE MOSS in ChIcago'
your on July 3. Graveside *
Loving Wife: Sleep on dear one, 'take your Grandmother. services were held on Friday,
MRS. MYRTLE JONES rest; we loved you but God loved July 6.
IIARRELL, Granddaughter; you h. MYRTLE HARRELL, VIOLA CRAWFORD, Daughter;
Great-Granddaughter; MRS EDNA WILLIAMSwho -I O. W. WILLIAMS, Jr., Son; Support The NAACP Drive Carefully!
and many Relatives. died July 13, 1961 and Relatives.






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Karoos drocerfr 302 KW 14th 8t.

Economy frrug, lifll frW 3rd At.P .

tk's Sun, 1201 WV 3rd Ate

Hartley's, 1201 NW 3rd Ave. ;
Service Drug;, 1240 NW 3rd Av. w'
Walk.Inn, 1043 NW 2nd Ave.
Harlem Drug, 1400 NW 3rd Av
.. Nick's, 1B23 NW 3rd Ave.
FOR RENT FOR SALE Charles Mkt. 840 NW 10th Tt>r.l.enh11 .
Drug, 1700 NW 3rd Ar y
Cottages, water furnUh.ed. 111 ,Mi's '(fro., 10JJO NW 3rd Av.Arch's ;
,3-Rbbil 775-777 N.W. 47th STREET. 4 ,bedrooms tiro., ItOO NW 8rd Ave' .
[ $10 week. 569 NW 8th' St 2 baths, very large rooms, Jay's Drug, 42f frW 20th! St.
fFR 72902. StA U ', tirtt 1000 NW 4th ..
live rent free. $1,500 down a rea <<) (t.Mjers
575 NW 20th St.
; 'PICARDRental
B. "
buy. A. Ben-Korl, Realtor, 2644
Dido 505 NtV ey
Agency x> ; Drug, rOth Bl: f
N.W.. 62nd St. Kites 1>L 9.5533, tP{ \
Rental collections; ,prop$rty Hillside, 1842 NW Otli Ave.
management, real estate Days OX 19372."OMPLETELY. Person's Sundries, 1B01 5th It.Kddlo's ..
569 NW 8th St. Fjt} 7-2SOJ conditioned Drufi, 801 NW 3rd Ave.
air HarkettX 708 NW 2nd Ave.
1 BEDROOM furnished apt, All open. Ifttl N.W. 43rd St. 2-b'd. .". L. T., 714 NW 2nd Ave.
uU ltles. Downtown area. US room CBS beauty, lovely yard Alex Mnndrles, 715a 2ml Ave.
NE 4.0500. ln month alL A Ben Korl Realtor
pays Harlem Sweet Shop 208 10 St.
OPA LOCKA area. 1 bedroom, 264 N.W 62rid St. Nites PL 9- Carrie's Gro., 155 NW 17th StTucker
newly decorated, unfurnished K533, Day OX 19372. firo., 1400 NW 1st Ct.

$15. Furnished $21. 2 bedroom FOR LARGE large family 4 bedrooms Southern I Gro., 1701 NW 1st 1M.
turn. 2 bedroomNE
tinfurn.4.0500$18, fad 2 baths teal firtplap! very People's Drug, 402 8th St.
large rooms, open. 789 N.W. 45th jitisnTY w :
NEWLY Renovated furbished or St. Only $500 (down. My: best buy crrvx ijI

unfurnished apts. in the Opa A. Ben-Korl. Realtor 264 NW12nd Comm. Drug, 4780 IBth Ave.
tiorka area near church, reboot St. Mites PL s 9-5533, Days little Hoper Mkt., R820 17th St
und shopping tenter. Call Mick ')X 19371SOMETHING Bethel Sundries' 0828 18th Ave -
Ihs fte tit Ageftcy. fcfc: 4.0500. SPECIAL brand Smith Sundries, 0704 18th Ave I

tndf new all Formica kitchen-, open 18th Av,. Ort., 0307 18th Ave.
772 N.W 45th St. Go see this beautiful Italian Gro., 07dO antic Ave.
AiR COOLED auditorium; Includ home, unusual floors, fenced nett)'. Gro.. flOOi NW iBth Ave. ,
ing fights lanitorhl service, etc Newton's Sundries 0320: 18th Av
Sack yard, air conditioner, best 2-
Available for church use. Call bedroom CBS buy in town, $400 Mb. Beauty Salon, 0707 IBth Av.
OX 6-0231. Indf. Iowa: no closing costs. A. Ben. Griffin Oro., 0572 15th Ave. '
FURNISHED efficiencies utilities Kori Realtor, 2644 N.W. 62nd St. Ranniator's, 0200 NW 15th Ave.
included, $12.50 a week. 620 N.W. ;bites PL 94533, Days OX 1.9372.. J and J Drug 1304 1410 NW 02nd 02nd St.Reymour's St.. "Freedom In America involves a profound respect for
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8th St. FR 72902. COMPLETELY furnished Just Jackson's, 0000 NW 12th Ave. Individual liberty, a strong determination to maintain that

ROOM for a nice lady or man at move In, open. 1807 N.W. 47th St. Matthew's Gro., 0081 15th Ave. liberty, and to bring ourselves and others to a better life
5710,N.W. 19th. Ave. Phone NE 4- Total $9,500, only $300 down. See Convenient Oro., 5804 22nd Av. within Its framework Many Americans today are sincerely
8495. oday sure. A. BenKorl, Realtor, Lerner's, 2000 NW 75th St. wondering what they can do to defend and preserve our
2644 N.W. 62nd St. Nites PL 9- Thomas Gro., 2JI50: 7Bth St. freedom. They wish to contribute to our defense efforts, to our "'.
ROOM with private bath for nice 5533, Days OX 1-9372. Llncolnfleld's Drug 2001 02 St. '
person. Call morning and evening ,, Flash Gro., M33: Aw 17th Ave. adventures In space, and to strengthening our free Institutionsand 't\
OX 1-3827 MAKE ME a cash offer, 1044 N W. Midway Drug;, 2208 02nd St. our traditions of liberty. The success of our effort Is based .1
4th St 5-room house, 2 efficiencies Cecil Cleaners, 22:10:. 02nd St. upon a strong and expanding economy By Investing part of :: ,.t
ROOM nice location. tile baths furnished ;
FURNISHED a money
his In United States Bonds Individual cW-
1454 N.W 71it St. OX 1.4183. D. maker. JE 1-0219, I CARVER lUNCHES savings Savings an ,,
LI htburn. zen can contribute to all of these objectives. I would like to take
HOUSES, sacrifice. my equity for Uowe's Barber Shop, Item brokeNUH'l'1I
I' this opportunity to Invite every American to purchase an extra
1-BEDROOM APTS., utilities free. cash. Big house, big yard, small MIAMI HIOAC1IMrs. share in freedom by purchasing an extra Savings Bond duringthe
$1850 and $20,00 weekly.. 137 NW. price. Extra corner lot free. $39.00.. "
25th Street. av.be< Seen by calling monthly. 1996 N.W. 47th St. Ph. MUler Freedom Bond Drive. -John F. Kennedy. The White'
FR 0-3330.i ADULTS only 8/4 NE 53626.II'J House, May 1, 1962.n.0i7ie ,
Maxle' Sands 1020: MC 1M St.
furnished cot ROOF REPAIRINGGOT
1 AND 2 bedroom
ta es. Free electric and water. A leaking roof? Get it fixed OPA LOCKAluncho
17th PI. Call owner, today No job too large or small [ Drug 2280 Hun. Park
7654 N.W.
MO 5-5004, HI 3524.. B. & B Roof Repair, OX 1.1765 Magnolia Sun., 14570 22nd Ave.Lowe's .. / Service Calls/
days, OX 1.7855: nights. Gro., 1731 All Halm Y.lIlJeor' $ 50
$15.00 WEEK. Very nice bedroom Sun., 15110 2nd Ave, 1.8381 ] J,e '
62ndSt. EXTRA SPECIALI!
\ 2260 N.W.
apt.,J1ghtsvaer David lAwrence, 1501 20th Ave.
only. 7/211 Four exclusive homes for exclusive
people and many others. Call Esther's Gro., 1710 All Dabs
bUPLEX apartment, large, beautiful Ora D. Taylor Realty Simuel Stanley, 15281: 18th Ave TV & Radio Repair Sales and TradeinWe
inside and out. 2 bedroom. 4208 N.W. 7th Ave. Michael Sanders 2500 100th St.
Adults only. 1236 N.W. 51st Ter. Office: 730-5221 Eves: CE 54246 do not have a price reduction week or month.
Near Grandway and bus. To see,, HROWNSVILLK
Call 633-2O 1.3BEDROOM. Our prices on repairs and sales are always lowest .
Splc &: Span, 4801 NW 271 h Are.Neal's .
quiet WANTED possible and full written guarantee.
house in a Mkt., J82ff 27 th Ave carry
neighborhood. Brownsville. NE 4- BEAUTY OPERATORTerry's
OD25. Mt, ana Mrs. Jordan. l-ownivllle Drug, 4034 27th Av. SALES AND REPAIRS ON PAYMENT PLAN

furnished two.bedroom Beauty Shop I lnora'. Sundries. 4820 27 Ave. WITHOUT ANY FINANCE CHARGES
2' COMPLETELY residential 365 NW 17th Street I Tracy's" Gro., 6010 NW 82nd Av.

sections.bouses For In further quiet Informa.tion Phone 37.1.9370 I Jet Drug, 2000 NW 04th St. FREE DELIVERY & PICK UP

apply at 1867 N.W. 58th St. Kiiwrlcnced beauty operator : Ilinmle's. Gro., 2600 NW 54tb St. Most of our customers have been recommended to
wanted for steadjr, good payingwork.
ONE-BEDROOM duplex apartment Must be at taaat 25 year I IIICHMOND HEIGHTS us by satisfied customers. Try us and you will join
furn. $20 per week. Free nld. A good opportunity for the i Know TV
Uthinond heights of
pas and 1076 N.W 54th St. "'apt person DrugsNIGHTINGALE the growing list pleased patrons. your

To see, CallsWI 54857.: .. . . l .... _ -._ ; man and save money.

1 AND Vt bedroom house conveniently
located near bus stop, furn. COLLEGE. JOE SCOTT

Ished or unfurnished. 2161 N.W.58th 265 N.W. 5th Street FR 3.1675 Authorized Factory TV Repair and Sales .

St. 023 N.W. 62nd Street PL 1.8381
ENROLL NOW FOR
cook.
:3 FURNISHED rooms with'
ing. 028 N.W. 47th St. $12.00 and
$10.00 per week. Phone PL. 1-8361. 52nd Physician's Assistant Class I. ... ,

'6 ROOMS, 400 ant 427 N.W.. 22nd BEGINNING TUESDAY, JULY 17 HOMES FOR SALE
Ter. Furnished and cook. $10,00per FINE
week. Phone : Prepare for a lifetime professionAir 1867 NW 48TH STREET

FURNISHED room private ent- Conditioned Classrooms fortJCI'W' |..ymtits no problem on thin 2.b'droom OIW, with /

rance, telephone. 1545 N.W. 68th II July28 dlfc:1t'n'f njwrtment.. ($(WOO down payment adjusted to sal

St. Tel. 6964369. L .... ... .... ... ... ...... you Conventional. financing
3 LOVELY houses 1 and 2 bed 1844 NW 17TH STREET

$18 $20 and $22 per week. Price reduced a.tx-d<< owns ells Carporte and garage -
reliable families. Phone NE .
Only PI.Dancing.
$UM) Down Payment t<> suit you-Conveutlonal
;15-5568.
.
two rooms for a RENT-A-CAR '
:FURNISHED
IN COCONUT GROVE :"
)
,couple, conveniently located near '
'Grandway. 1225 N.W 56th St. or Chevrolet AA 3701 LOQUAT AVENUE ;
'Phone 7578228. $1 : with Florid room Fenced en
Fords, .. .95, : Bountiful 2-IWxlroom CBS,
70th St. 'In- K. ','
DUPLEX, 1480 N.W, Plymouth clo* *l, on corner lot. "
low PER DAY
15th.rAft. :OI'lcall
N.W.
iqutre 'at 6981 Month FIIA
'100 J>own $7T.OO P.r
759-3842. Phi mileage ,
HELP WANTED Includes 'gas. oil, liability 3144 ELIZABETH! STREET
IIIGII SCHOOL ends male and 1near.noe Duplex' SS.HwIroonui each side TIle roof f700 Down -

female. Snack-Way, apply 2' pro. Free" dellverj and pick up Irice: $t IS,()()() or make offer.
Tuesday, 5595 N.W. 17th Ave. .
Caddbw, T.birds and similar Convention fliuuu'ing. ',
LICENSED Beautician to manage 1002 models available L. Johnson
shop. Call 6915851. Also NE 3- Percy
about weekend
Inquire our
3198. 7/28 Real Estate BrokerA

SETTLED LADY, N.W. who will spodal real estate service that's courteous and! efficient

keep 3 well disciplined children Tropical Rent4\-Car System Ask for 3781 Grand Ave. Coconut Grove
(ages 4, 7, 9) in her home for VIC COBHAM
FR 7-3679
Your name, address
Corking mother. Phone HI 6.0334
and/or phone No. on postcard 2821 NE. 2nd Avenue 'Sales Representative

108Mrs.. r Moore, Box 792 Miami
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Q. My wife and I are i / ; ,'-I"
65. What is the ...l/IIMi' t
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the Ora D. .
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fit we can draw? '
Trammell! ;", .
A. $123 for you, $61.50 School, was r o j :
wife-a total of $ ?
I
month would be the uest speaker '
payable at the Morticians
pending on your at their re
the amount of your House. .? ,,
after 1958.
Q. Would my wife still Power in
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part if I should die?? I ; A
Period fol-
A. Her checks would ) address,
automatically to 82Vi most elo
of your benefit. If I
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answered k r a M.+s i' r
getting $123 a month I wo ,
dow would draw K
month. I :


Q. and monthswill me from more that keep Metro This' lovely group of youthful membersof a short vacation at the Hampton House

our social security the Memphis, Tennessee Young Wo- Motel ,land Villas Mrs. Barbara Neal],
for the year? men's Christian Association recently spent seated /tat left, was in charge' 'the group,
A. Only if your total
goes over $1,200-and

you much benefits may you-it receive make.Q. depends. I fell I I! rained a Softball out with game.the The score game 3 to 2 was in I *-.T--I.-

teams 'favor of N. B. Young. They played -, i FORD REALTY: INC.:
:My retire wife and and she I both I on Tues City another Softball game on Tuesday

ing full time, will A baffling with Bunch Park Elementaryand
affect my checks? the high was defeated by the boys 9 OUR FRIENDLY NEIGHBOR" ,
A. No. proved to 7 while the girls won by a

Q. Is a death benefit 32 Boosters.points score of 7 to 1. Keep up the good HAS HUNDREDS of HOMES
der social security? number of work girls.
A. Yes. Monthly game by 3-BEDROOMS I
Superstition Day will be con ,
the widow, children, In addition ducted
on Friday, July 13 and
parents, and Knights of Paddle and Racquet Day will be 2-BEDROOMS
ers., A, lump-sum Vikings of conducted on Friday, July 20. If
also made to.help undefeated you think that you are good with e DUPLEXES
ial expenses.Q. Knights de either the
paddle or the racquet
My wife has been : the tune of come out and see Just how goodyou AND OTHER INCOME PROPERTIES'
der social security for I night. The are in either Table Tennis, f t-o-.
of She will Hustlers by Paddle Tennis or Badminton. See
a year years.before I Thursdjay you on the 20th. FAMILY NIGIIT Give us your time and we will get you the
game will be held on Monday July 16.
Will each of us be
benefits based on Untouch- The Center staff is especially anxious home you want !
under social security a defeat for the community to come out

A. Yes, if each of you I < victory Hollywood.over in which force will and be take conducted part in specifically activities- Our salesmen will be glad to call for

long enough at the UUZTE1I'n are as fol: for families. There will be all
retirement.Q. : kinds of interesting activities for I you !II! !

If I am not satisfied members of any family to take
decision made on my out part? in. Won't you please come Expert FHA Advice by courteous salesmen
curity, what recourse and
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A. You have the right
the decision. Your with the
3cial security office be able to OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
p to assist you. tournament Large Rooms
I Come AND ALL WEEK!
Q. ls there any basket I WITH COOKING
'i wife (who is younger) qualify for
'a reduced benefit Ford Inc.
Realty
account 62, rather as soon than as areas $8 and $9 weekly ,

she is 65? for the week
I
A.,There advantages.are The i Monday traveled for to 320 N.W.' 7th Street 569 N.W. 54th Street PL 7.2559

social security I :; '1 LL 1
glad to explain. '
decision as to ASK MR. SWEETING"THE I
:she will
accept
t MAN WHO MADE A BUSINESSFAMOUS"
meets\ wife. must be Northern JobsI

!: y Stanley Sweeting Says .
"I 1 'CAN DO ANYTHING"
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FOR Relations Promotion TypingAdvertl.lnll I We have the right job for you
New Writing Information
:. 2 BEDROOM I Income Tax Distribution Excellent Live-in Positions, Year Round
Mimeographing Employment Conflden.
,.< DUPLEX Reports. Private Homes
Notary PublicAt-Large
Across from /N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 9-4961 TOP SALARIESFOR
t., (Modem Theatre Building)

1416 NW 46th DOMESTIC WORKERS I

Open Sun. 1 Maids, and Mother's Helpers, Cooks


SEE THE BUILD ON YOUR LOT Housekeepers, Etc.

.' GREAT ..rte e e e
AND PSYCHIC CASH REQUIRED
BISHOP NO DEPOSIT .

If you are sick or worr plans to choose from NO REGISTRATION FEE .

fall to see me today. LOW DOWN PAYMENTS NO RED TAPE .
clnlljr 1 p.m. to 0 p.m.
1 'p.m. to 0 p.m. CARVER RANCHES ALL JOBS GUARANTEED
to 3
call .

HomesInc.4221 Hallandale Blvd. W RLjjiiOE:



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EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
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B iVL
Ali 9+ How about that ruckus about "B"
1
girls? Incidentally, did they get 4d
1i that name from stinging the pub.
lie? (Wasn't that a honey or
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did it give you hives?)

I'm suspicious about that faulty
wiring bit in the "B" joints. Is
this a reference to their political
connectings which were suddenly
shorted out? And doesn't their.
trouble really stem from Metro's'
i refusal to let the re-fuse?

"B" joints that's where they
transform a sugar-daddy into a
4 $ k % lolll-pop They make a sucker out
1L'M i of him.

tB. "B" Joint bartenders know how K, WALLACE
to mix drinks. You order whiskeyand
__ __' ;". ")" you get tea. Kazah Temple
"" i t "r.w r I
S i It's up to Metro to decide
1...... whether these joints shall continueto Elects Officers
c ..........:"\\.; \ ." exist "To B or not to B,
.. .. \.c that is the question." Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order
Nobles of the Mystic Shrine of
Personally, I hope they eliminate North and South America and
I Award Winning Modal them. That kind of joint is no Jurisdiction held their annual elec.
to
place B. tion June 27 1962.

1 Vivian White for her outstand Letter-ly speaking, I feel this The following( officers were elect
A ed: Ezekiel Wallace, Potentate
;
4S 'ng performance, received a trophy way: Robert Wilcox, Chief Uabban Mel-
0, who ;
cares to C a B joint,
awarded the basis of ,
on poise
I vin R. Jackson, Assistant Rabban
and in 'Tis a place U don't want to B, ;
race personality o recent John
,., fashion show for the Florida State, Where U R silly to pay for liquor Williams Taylor,Recorder., Treasurer; John S.
Beauticians and Teachers Workshop And then B served Tea.
and Ceasor's of ,
University I I I I I I I. I I I J I I
HONEYMOONING after her Cincinnati nuptials is Cosmetology, held at the Hampton
Mrs Roy Winton Watkis, the former Miss Terrecita Ed- House Lounge. Dugie's Guest HouseThe JOIN

wena Pinder whose father Frank E. Pinder, flew in. from Miss White was highly commended house of clean rooms
Accra, Ghana ,where he is director of the United States by internationally known Open 24 hours NE 4.3851
Ocerseas Mission's Food and Agriculture program to give Bill Simmons of New York City is
Seeing BelievingSee '
her The bride been living with her mother, !and has several future commit 1A.
away. had ( ments out of the state. She is us for clean rooms \
Mrs. Butler Pinder in Cincinnati and J had been teaching head model of Avalon Studios and Jamaica Dugie, always a .
school. Following her honeymoon the bride and her husband Unlimited Magazine. Avalon Studios friend .
native of Panama will make their home in i is making up all her composites
a I
and cuts. All of the studios 2941 NW 47th St., Miami
Brooklyn, where he is lai pharmacist.-ANPhoto. advertising commitments requiring INDF TODAYRARKIEY'S
models will be handled by
Miss White.
MIAMI TIMES ADS
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Get Fast Results Drive Carefully!

..._ Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4.2376

BAKER'S FAMOUS CORNER SPRING CLEANING SALE

Deluxe Nadlnofo 1.00 I m't forget your films
6901 NW 15th Ave.: Polaroid and picture roll
Incense CandlesI'o.Ko.No Alrm Tranquil 1.88
OPEN 7 A.M. TIL 5 A.M. Betalilmch lair Good and Ribbon*
ANN'S GUEST and Glow Straightening/ Comb 70|
I Cream "of comb 79,
HOUSE "PACKAGE GOODIES AND FOOD"A
A Variety of Card for all Occasion
344 NW 10th St. Cool Spot Where You Enjoy Yourself Gifts of all description Use our layaway
A neatly furnished room, OI'KJV DAILY & HUND. rl-' 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.

clean and quiet. Maid service COXllAD AND CAROLYN FARMER, PKOPS. JOHN A, McMINN, Owner
parking space for

car. Weekly rates or overnight r ,Kmwmr------
FR 9.9155.


SEE THE SOUTH'S For Sale HOTTEST SHOW IN TOWN!

LEADING COLORED -o-

PSYCHIC READER

CONSUI/T IIEII- 5 Brand New ModelsIn PHIL HARRISAND


Beautiful Richmond Heights

HIS

0 First.Come First Served

Harlem In Havana RevueWITH

OPEN SUNDAY 2 TO 6 P.M.
MUSIC BY
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.and Let her protect' years yon of experience throughout guide life 14970 thru 15100 Fillmore Street W. C. BAKER & BAND

.*. a llghthouM guide the thlf
In a ftlorm. For IDCCCM In bnslneMN 3bedooms with loge closets STARRING. .
: and '0""
DON'T STAY IN TUB ItCr. GET A 2 complete bathooms fully tiled'' Little Clara Jay
'OUT NOW nv TilE HELP OF
GOD SHE CAN HELP YOU. with vanities and tub enclosures
Office Hours: KELSON The Dancer SupremeC.

0 Thurs a.m.. 0. a.m.9 p.m.to 0 All formica kitchen with oven and range JACKSON The Wailing Blues Singer

DAILY t/ Hood to take away cooking odors DORETHA The Exotic Queen ofDance
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Sunday ..
10 LIDo 8 p.m. Many more wonderful features MON.-The Big Celebrity Nile. Come see the stars

READINGfl.00 THURS. Phil Harris Amateur NIte
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UP, FRI., SAT., SUN.-Pril Harris and His Big New
r ORA D. TAYLOR, Agent Revue Dancing Girls .
23 Yean Experience

MADAMHUNTER M. H. M. Inc Days 667.6984 MI BOWLING CLUB


/!tft't 1657 Write N.W.- Call 73rd In ST.Person Nights: FR '9.6786 1900 NW 75th Street 691.9833

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F Who Will be '. rT
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l > Beautician of,Year?
, I 4 ;1
\ Mrs. Grace (Iferrell) Mtltae Is .,'' '
\' en the job again after vacation and 'I
! 1 My ,I ;' ,RRy' looking forward to seeing her old 'i
customers and new ones too. Mrs.
McRae is a graduate of Marcella ;
Academy ,of Beauty ,Culture of
Muskegan, Mich.' and holds her ,,a r
BS. Degree from the Institute of e +
Cosmetology of the National Beau.
rj1 ty Culturists League, Inc II I I Ic

) You will find her ready to serve
i ; ( ) you at Theatrical Beauty Salon,
+ 2625 N.W. 55th St., phone NE 5-
5587 or NE 5-5583 for ,appoint- ,
'Nye e f 1 ment. For the newest hair de r ;
signs, versatility and personalizedstyle
visit Theatrical,Beauty Salon.
Other operators.are.Mrs. Geraldine %
; Ir 4{' Latimore and Miss Irene, Wilcox.. '
,
r. m r rt Lady Ella Moncur'l*'o er.
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MAKE OFFER

BARGAIN! SAVE MONEY!

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Owner at 1440 NW 59th Street
Over of the Negro Press in .
fifty representative were orEN suVtoAY tf.S P.l\t. ; ,
attendance at the recent National Newspaper Publishers' I 2161 Association held1' in Baltimore. Besides other speeches the 2 tlATIIS, FLOlllDA ROOM '

group heard Atty. Gen. Robert Kennedy call for more 813 NW 57th Street Duplex
vigilance in the area of civil rights. Build to order. For sale Lot 75 x tOO, 1,650

!, Garth Reeves (second row, left) was among three S. Baron JE 8-1340 JE 24343
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publishers picked for three-year; terms on the board. The
r association's mid-winter worl&hop will be held in Miami
January 25-26 with the Miami Times as host. .1

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LOVELY HOMES OPENLow


KING 0' HEARTS CLUB Low Down Payments i


6000 N.W. 7th Avenue EZ TERMS! LESS THAN RENT

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I 755 NW 44th Street '

SHOW of STARS'PEA Need 3 bedrooms for $400 down? OK this is (it. No

closing costs either. Hurry! .

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$495 down. No, qualifying, no waiting, no red tape.

: SAM and DAVE per Corner month., fence, awnings, wall to wall carpeting. $80'

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'011'" ROULETTE RECORDING ARTISTS I: !b2 }:NW.46ilisrr-1t; r+'

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His Hammond CBS .doll ,house;. hardwood',!'' floors, tile roof/. huge
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.SAM EARLY bedrooms and kitchen, gar ge.'$12,000.$400'down.'
Band $74 per month. I. '
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THE NEW.; I 1565 JNW 47th Street

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Fully furnished! A real steal for $9,900, $300 down,

L' MONA LISA no closing costs. Hurry for this beauty I
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J """'(''1; o'JC", ."o .'TWO,' SHOWS 'NIGHTLY. 3 bedroomCl3S, hardwoodfloors, porchp* large
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right in this fully furnished 2 bath doll house.
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Hardwood floors, tile roof carporte, Florida room.

$83 month pays all. _
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latest hit, "School is- Out" a a

3342 Thomas Avenue

; ".,.err. JQLY 21st & 22 nd Like new CBS, huge 3-bedroom, 2 baths, hardwood
q floors, tile roof, Fla..,.room, dining.room. No qualify.
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-Advance $1.50 Door $2.00 Make Reservations .,.
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Every Wednesday Amateur Show

o Open House Friday (The Broker That Works For You)

Saturday Sunday Admission 50c I II 4600 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655
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