The Miami times
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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 28, 1962
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
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Prince Edward County' Loses Fight

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Family Squabble Over $10 : .;.,'-.l'" ... Federal Judge Orders

t Ends With One Dead Closed, Schools. ReopenedRICHMOND

,Va. A federal only locality to shut public
One of two brothers was shot drinking at Harris' home, where vw Judge Thursday ordered Prince schools rather than Integrate.
and killed and the other seriously the shooting occurred. Williams
the county's governing
wounded by a single bullet claimed that someone had takeen Edward County, Va. to reopen
fired by an Irate brother-in- $10 from him. An argument the public schools !it shut three board of supervisors adopted a

law of the two, during an altercation ensued and Williams accused years ago to avoid racial integration spending program which also
Tuesday afternoon Jesse Williams went next doorto ; would keep the schools closed
which resulted from dispute his got his .38
Oren R. Lewis for a fourth year.
District Judge
over $10, according to the Homicide calibre revolver and shot and Edward
.. Miami Police with single shot. directed the Prince
Bureau of the clUed) Jesse a for
The shooting occurred bullet passed through School Board to make plans
Department The admission of pupils to, the 2 BROTHERS
at 1810 NW 3rd ave., Jesse's head and struck his
schools without regard to race ,
apt 8.Shot. brother In the face.
or color. DROWN IN ,
and killed was Jesse L. Police also said that when
Austin 24, of 222 NW 22nd St. Willlama went home to get his Lewis, in an opinion'filed Intho .,
that Richmond District' Court, CANAL *
'apt,,21. Seriously wounded was gun, his children realizing ;
his,Vrother. Henry, 31, of 1934 trouble was brewing, begged* told the school officials of' the

NW hit place. The assailant their father not to hurt anyone. Dr. Stanley E. Johnson has' rural southslde Virginia countyto 'school The bodies of two \brotherswere
consider the public
Noid Williams, a brotherInlaw has been released recovered from Blatk
was Jesse's body recently arrived in Miami to the earliest I
of the Austins, also of ,, to the Francis Funeral begin practice. |' date.applications" "at Creek Canal Wednesday by
1810 NW 3rd ave. Home where funeral arrangements I Metro divers.
are Incomplete.He He is a specialist in Olfetetrlcs HIIUT BINCK 103ft
Police following the shooting is also survived by his and Gynecology his training at Prince Edward shut Its teaching his brother Edward,

and up to early Thursday wife, Emma Lee a son Jerry, General completed Hospital In Kansas schools (tn 1050: ; to. avoid court- how. to swim when the younger
evening, had not been captured. his mother Mrs. ArtebaJ six( City, Mo. His office U located at ordered racial Int. aUon. Thecounty's Uoy slipped off a board. Richard -
sisters including Mme. Annie 1,400 white children went to save him but they
Police gave this account of Mae Carter, Sarah Washington, 6827 NW 16th :. have been attending private, both 1 drowned)
the Incident which led to the Hattie schools In the main,
Emma Louise Williams He !is a former resident of segregated
shooting: Brown, Arlenna Fikes and Al- Miami and completed his under- the county's 1,700 Negro school' A third brother, Willie, related
A group of six men, including bertha Johnson, three' more graduate work at Morehouse' age children have been without the story to the officers..
Jimmy Lattlmore. Joe Harris, brothers, James, William and College ,In Atlanta. He completed -\formal' education., The boys lived at 21445 SW
Jimmy Powell the two Austin Tom Austin. ,-' his medical training at Me- Prince Edward, ta,,.,Iho,nation V U2th ave. ,

brothers and Williams, were harry Medical College in Nash- )', .. .,. t .__ ... ...........L. '
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ville, Tenn., and he interned at "
the Youngstown Hospital As-

sociation in Youngstown Ohio. Albany's Demonstrations I

Dr. Johnson is accompanied by

his wife and two sons. Continue; No Violence-King

4 MIAMIANS Pin: Martin Luther King stated win 'lIfl' seriously hurt, he said.
early this week that he Dr King termed the incidentas

WIN HOWARD would halt demonstrations temporarily regret'able' and said, "We
in Albany Ga. If he cannot and we will not tolerate
SCHOLARSHIPS' feels that Albany Negroes cannot violence on the part of our
stick to a strict non-violent people."

WASHINGTON, DC. Howard campaign. An injunction issued Friday
University official this Trouble developed' last Saturday bv District Judge J, Robinson
week announced the awardingof nlqht whenjabout COO.No- Elliott; find which had the approval
an unprecedented amount of roes defied a. fe eral'in'unchpnrnd of Chief Judge Albert P.Tuttle ] .
: money for schorlaships to undergraduate matched on cltr hall to protest of the ''.U. S.. 6th Circuit
freshmen aa' a result Pegretjatlon. About, 170'po i Court of Appeals, opened the
I of the University's National lice moved into tho Negro BPC- way for 'the demonstrations bystaying
Competitive Scholarship Examination don to disperse about 2,000 Ne- a temporary Injunction
tuning the past 'groes near a ,JAis terminal. dgainst such protests..
tYf school year. In all 110 freshmenwill ,
enter Howard's four undergraduate State Trooper Claude Hill of
college In Septonv Tifton was struck ny a stone, BOY KILLER SENT
her as a result of the examina- which bruised his face and
tion on scholarships which knocked out a tooth. Bottles TO REFORM
could total $202,200 during the and stones rained on to the
next four years. a two SCHOOL"Little
rs broke then disorderly
... up Mug", the 14yearoldkiller
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;. :{.. ; 1;! i qrowd. ,was sent to the State
.. .. School Wednesday for two or
I. ,' ., When 31! Negroes and a white
man marched from a ',church 'to three years by Judge. Den
downtown area 'and were rd.
C J11ed for parading without The Judge listened for'two
flew and a hours to a sordid
termlIs.neg I story of juvenile gang in 'Mlami's -

it. "There was no violence on our Negro sections hopped .

!I part the' officers never took up on marijuana, Uoys
,.r,_ ;. their night stick from their buying liquor, carrying knives,
Nathan 'entering the building and called I belts," ,Police Chief Laurie hooting at police
(' 1"1 .of,the local\polica the ,Identification.Officer, w h prltchard said. One' of his own "We have the names of ,3G;
lei Mack is ;shown receiving a' ,arrived in a short time and too* .I",,' Officers. was hit by a bottle but boy In those gangs, ages 12".to.
force front the. machines. ,- I wont them broken up.
prints ._
finger '
check for $100 given him,as a :: ,>f: i --- .
said the judge.
' for outstanding. ;
special reward that the identification I The Ninth Street Gang and
t work which he" perform Mack suggested jjf" achuetts to Florida on theEast
police recently.*. Presenting 'the L officer check t h ,\." Coast, 'wwt through Tex the lUh- eth fit. gang and'the
ed check is Captain George W. prints against two suspect ,."!:(' .:.r'1." :l: ''fJ.' ; as, north to Michigan, and !Including I'' Coconut Grove gang had a dispute

Hailer, Commander of the local -l whose finger prints were already t (. ,..y ./ all states,within these, on girls and They quarreled
precinct Looking',on"is Sgt. b the flies of the police P"I boundarld.or over "staying in,
under whose'' supervision department. your own street
La F. Bowen Mack works. \The prints proved to be those The National Competitive ,UtIle Mug ran home, got hit

,bf, C. of',James) Preston Tales, 20 ana PATRICIA PAGE Scholarship Examination war father's fishing knife and he re-'
was given
The reward 18both Howard In l&U turned and stabbed Charles
Coin his1\,brother. .Joshua, of Instituted at
A..Moore, owner of the Jet A 1307 .NW'5th ave.,'apt.33; Awards of $1,100)( per year, Since that time NCSE awards Martin 18. in the chest Matte
Srd *e.
NW .
Landry at 14119 'designed to cover the entire cost have been made to more than lived at 2661 Williams Ave
'Mack was rewarded for solv- They were arrested by Mack of tuition and fees, books, and JjDOO students.Miami Ife died on the pavement
ing a robbery at the laundryw&ch within'.ten' days, and wert later Hiving' expenses have been When police arrested Little
occurred on May 1. Police convicted in Judge Gene :William made to 41 students, while 69 award winners were two sudden shotgun blasts
records show that prior:had' to'that 'Court, and sentenced to others 'will receive grants of Patricia Page, 7600 NW 21it MUf' them sprawling on the

date several, robberies that and 2,and a half years in'the" state Some ave Northwestern High ground. It .Is said ,that this was
at school students
committed 3,380 high -
fern prison: i 1100. another gang out to get Little'
other similar laundries In the Mack lives ,at 15031 NW :17th in 28 states and the tested Diatrlct Lawrence Russell, 3750 Chas. Mug and maybe the cops,

Miami area that ave., Opa-locka and has been on of Columbia were Terr. Carver High. t5r0.willie too.
After receiving the report the the force over'six years He has by Howard examiners during Sims, 2201 NW 158thSt. Judge Sheppard said, "1 want
Broken three-month
burglars had ,commended by last year's all of
those picked -
been highly boys up
North Dad 91,100.
of the washing machines period. The team of 13 university (
coin meters Hailer andChief Walter
and this
the laundry, M a fr k Capt. representatives visited Jlmmle Wilcox. 208 Washing them brought to ,
at Miami #
of :
immediately rushed to theVie Headley,-JohnsoA 297 schools ranging from Mas- ton Dr., Carver High $650. court, J
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from photo !!
prevented prowlers ..0.

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Why Not Two FederalS.

And L. Associations

Architect's drawing of the proposed' Pall Bearers' Home for the Aged to be builtat MR. EDITOR: I two of them.J. .

R. Taylor, President
Fort Pierce, Fla. The recent ruling deferring ]I People Mutual Benefit

.. the opening of Franklin
Bass of Ft. Myers second and Association

Fort Myers Host To Rhonda Valdez of Key West, al Savings and Loan Feder-I __ J
third. In the solo contest Betty till further
Gage of Ft. Pierce won first ings and legal decisions July 31 Last Day To
like matter
rather a
seems to us.
prize and Theresa Lewis of Miami :
second. In the group, sing of delaying the inevitable.The I
Pall Bearers' Convention File for Postal
ing(; contest, the Miami group trend of political, social,
won first prize and Ft. Myers civic and economic progress
rrroup second. After the contest that in a comparativelyshort .ExamsThe
Hy nl.oXJ.i MONROE:
The Thirty-fifth Annual Session j I Thursday night at St. John took place.where the grand banquet tion and the special needs of acceptance of nppHcatlons >
of the Grand United Orderof I Baptist: Church the Rev. E. C. the Negro in Miami and Dade for position of Postal
On Saturday morning, July County, many charters for Savings Cler k-Letter Carrier at the Miami .
Pall Bearers of America, Inc Tillman preached a masterly
/ 14, after a short devotional ser and Loan Associations will Florida Post under
convened July 11.14, with "ormon. The subject: "Time Is vita led by the assistant chap be granted.The Announcement OUlceA -149.7

Lodge No. 3(1 38. 77, 93 and 95\\ Running Out". lain, reading and approving of present qualificationsand (G2)) is suspended effective
at Fort Myers. All business At the conclusion of this soul the minutes, the finance committee immediate needs of this July 31, 1962 until further no-
sessions were held at the spa. made it..9 report. Much demand the serious consid- tice Applications received after -
the Rev. A. T. area
clous Dunbar High School gym. ; message credit is due the two very efficient eration of Federal Deposit Insurance that date will not be accept
Stone took over and lit up the secretaries, Mrs. L. E. and charters to both the ed unless they are received by
On Wednesday afternoon July congregation with spiritual fire. Taylor and Mrs. W. Brown for Franklin and Roosevelt Sav- mail and are postmarked on or
11 at 2 o'clock the Grand President the tremendous service rendered and Loan Associations.The before July 31 1962. The exam.
called: the executive committee Friday morning devotionswere t; by them. ings both ination is subject to reopening
granting of to
and board of directors In led by the assistant.; grand by the Board at a later date.
offset the
special> session At 2 o'clock, the chaplain, Rev. H. C. White, the Monies taken in at this 1962 groups not only the
certain harm that existing
session was $9,528.68. Much
devotional service led by the
sermon was delivered by Rev.
Grand chaplain. Rev A. D. Hall Hooper. The themo of the bus. braise and thanks!! to the host situation will cause Franklin,
of Miami brought on a spiritual: iness session for the day was. ''odges and fine people of Ft. hut will be an incentive tQ spur Miami Times Ads
awakenlnnr which prevailed "Let us make the home for the Myers who so royally entertain. the fast advancement and success
throughout tlid sessions.At aged Pall Bearers a reality." 3d the grand lodge. of both organiations and Get Fast Results
1 there is room and need for the I
3 o'clock came the official With this In mind the grand After singing "God be With
opening of the 1902! ( Gronr1 resident stressed the necessity!: You Till We Meet Again' ," the
Lodge pension: by the gram'! or the various branches of the -ession adpourned to meet at Ft.
president, Rev. A. T. Stone. Hr rder to contribute to this great Dlerce In 1963 when it is
was ably assisted; by the v i c <' ause. the 'new Pall Bearers Rest
president J. H. Thomas. After The committee on the child- Home will be dedicated.
registration of the large delegation n's program is to be compli- ,
the meeting adjourned -
'ented for the way in which
and the crowd retired to thf hey conducted the children's JanitorialMaintenance
school caftcri.i where all meal sslon. About 200 children and
were served during the conven dults joined the singing and ServiceSince
tlon. ther exercises and
a glorious'me
( 1050): .r's 33
Wednesday night at 8 o'clock was! had by alL The memo- e e
the opening program was heir' ial service honoring the 131 Complete service for offices
at Mt. Olive AME Church where I ersoni; who passed on during I the delegation was very warmly he last 12 months was held on Homes: Floors cleaned, polished
welcomed on behalf of the Cityof rlday' afternoon. The Rev J. and waxed
Fort Myers. The churches {. Bryant of Tabernacle Baptist Laying tile i IS our specialty
the ministers of the city and hurch of West. Palm Beach, of"Iclated. i Phone ,NE 4-7700
Rev. Bryant took his DRUG
the business and professional
NW 19th Ave.
oxt from Job
11:10: "But man
men and women. Music was fur.
nished by the Pall Bearers lleth and wasteth away: yea.man Call or write for free estimate!
Choir and the Daughters of giveth up the ghost, antidwhere Indf
Zion. Is he?" Needless to say HAROLD JOLIJVKTTK. Mana e'
that It wa? a
very impressive V '
: : mromnm 7I11rImnITIf Yr'1rJJ1'It l'rnrlT'"ITIT''JITIt JJTJi
Thursday moraine session began service. The highlight of the
with devotions led by Rev. onvention came on Friday
Tillman of Bethel Baptist night when all members of the ZroSPRINCE'S
Church of Daytona Beach The organization and their many '
message; was delivered by Rev.A. friends gathered at the gymnasum CAFE
D. HaIl, grand chaplain and for the contest. Mr. W. C.
again the spirit of God was Taylor, mortician of Belle Glade
manifest In our midst. wasi In charge of this grand af
fair. Said Mr. Taylor: We are
During the lAislness session jiving these children an
the organization: was blessed unite to display their several 338 N.W. 14th StreetWe
with a new lodge from. West abilities." Well, this was another
Palm Beach. Application for this )ccasion when, the young people
new addition was made by Mr. nlv] rUcTioved their abilities
F L. Sampson of West Palm in grand style.
Beach are celebrating our
In tho oratorical contest, Barbara
After adjournment the delegation Sue Williams of Ft. Pierce I
went on a conducted tour I won first prize. Sherinita Ann


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Dentists To Fight Bias; Will SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1962 .-PAGE.. 3

Picket ADA Here In OctoberThe Night Watchman Stabbed

National Dental Association President Kennedy, Rep. Powell,
(NDA) meeting at the chairman of the Home Health By Escaped Mental Patient
Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel In Detroit and Education Committee and
last week blasted what It the Federal Civil Rights Com 74-year-old- night- watchman:South Florida State Hospital.
called the segregation and discrimination mission protesting the use of was In "fair" condition at Me. Ferdinand Peterson 42, a patient
that have so long federal funds and facilities by morial Hospital in Hollywoodlate from Perrine who escaped
plagued the American Negro khe ADA. Friday after being stabbed: Monday, was captured later
promised to picket the The board recommended that severely by an escaped mental Friday morning in a field westof .
discriminatory group when It
patient. the hospital, after an Intel
nonviolent methods of
meets in Miami protest
in October.
lie used against the ADA at its Fdererlck .1. Schneider, white,sive search.
The target of the NDA's blast October meeting in Miami. 2310 Dewey St., Hollywood was Schneider said Peterson had
was the American Dental Association TheNDA also announced, the found lying in a pool of blood come by Thursday morning and
(ADA) and the group election of itsi' officers for 1962- when workmen showed up Friday asked for a light then returned
The NDA also backed Presl"dent 63. The new president Is Dr. morning at a housing de again Friday and after askingfor
Kennedy on medicare and Richard Layne of St. Louis, \1. -1 velopment In Hollywood and a light began the? unprovoked -
endorsed his suggestion that Mo.; president-elect, Dr.. Matthew Douglas_. Itr the defeat of the health plan Is Mitchell of Washington, Heat transfer the subject that -- -
an Issue In the congressional D.C.;, vice president, Dr.* W., J. kept Astronaut Scott Carpenterfrom Bob Kennedy Gets Tough
election this fall. Walker of Chicago1, and, ,secre winning his college degree
tary-treasurer,. Dp. E. NJ Jackson I
will receive the attention of
The NDA also announced the
of Charlottesvlllo Va.
large of scientists and
ern Negro dentists are prevent. group With La. SegregationistsThe
ed from having a voice in thelc' Dr. Robert L. Smith of West engineers from educational institutions
own profession by the, "discrim Palm Beach was elected to a and Industry at a I WASHINGTON A federal department also sought
inatory policies" of Southern three-year term of the Execu- forthcoming four-day conferenceIn judge Monday ordered Louisiana and obtained rJ federal restrain-
state dental societies which are tive Board. Dr. 0. W. Hawkinsof Houston Dunvard Texas. Shown hereis Judge Wisdom set aside a
ADA affiliated. Miami is presently serving a Archer of Humble courts! and state officials to stop state court restraining order
The It said I '>ll Refining Co., selected as a blocking registration i of Negro
societies prevent II three-year term on the Board that kept Federal Judge Ed-
Negro dentists from gaining which expires in 1964. Dr. Haw member of a panel of experts toui.scusj voters! In East Varroll Parish, mon F. Hunter Jr. from actingas
membership In their organiza kins Is vice chairman of the : one of the conference Ln., the Justice Department an a voting reference in East
tions. This automatically pre- executive board and headed the' topics. Varroll Parish.
vents them from becoming election committee this year. The fifth National Heat- The Department took the rare
members of the, national., ADA The 1963 convention will be Transfer Conference to be held Attorney General Hobert F step of challenging a state court
it was charged. held In Philadelphia and the August 5-8 Is jointly sponsoredby Kennedy said moves by Federal ruling. because It had no altern
The board the American institute of Judge John Minor wisdom in I ative but to protect the right to
Cleveland 1961.No
sent telegrams to to In
Chemical and tho
Engineers Shreveport, La. will allow another vote Kennedy said.
-- I American Society of Mechanical fedeial Judge to continue Ing order against the state of
Engineers. A graduate of How. certifying qualified Negroes to Louisiana and 10 of Its officials
ard University and formerly a vote In a Democratic primary Including State Attorney Jack
Negroes Qualify For faculty member of Tennessee A. election In Louisiana on Saturday P. F. Gremllllon and State Judge
I and I. State University, Nashville Frank Voelker.

Junior College Nursing CourseWinners and lege, South Orange-burg Carolina, Mr.State Archer Col- -.-_._._- --_. ,
now lives at Teoneck, N. J He
of state nurses scholarship -..- Is seanior engineer at the Bay- ASK MR. SWEETING"THE
way Refinery of Humble Oil MAN WHO MADE A BUSINESS
loans may now attend Foot-Dragging located In Linden, N.J. FAMOUS"

Dade County Junior ColIege'sDivision .1I :> Stanley Sweeting Says .
of Nursing, It was announced
Charges Denied "I 1 CAN DO ANYTHING"Public
this week by Dr. Peter ANN'S GUEST
Relations Promotion Typing
Masiko, Dade's new president. Charges of a deliberate foot. HOUSE
Advertising News Writing Informa
Approved for the two-year -
dragging in condemning danger.
tlon Income Tax Distribution
from the State De- 344 NW 10th St.
came ous buildings In slum areas Mimeographing Employment Conflden.tUI .
partment of Education. designated for urban renewalwas A neatly furnished room, : Reports.

Recipients of the award receive denied by Miami Housing clean and quiet. Maid service 1128 N.W.Notary 3rd Avenue PublIc-At.Large FR 9-4881

a $300 yearly grant for officials last Tuesday parking space for (Modem Theatre HaUdlng)
two years. Costs at Dade run
$150 per year for fees and eaCh They said that the sole auth car. Weekly rates or over L ,
student would receive the balance ority to make Inspection and night. FR 99155.

In cash to apply towardhis condemnations for demolition .AI.. ........ AIIt... ......... ......... __
books, uniforms and living Is the Building Department. Butit

expenses. waits for Instructions from

Several Negro high school the Neighborhood Rehabilitation F1Open
graduates took tests for entrance Department, which Is concerned I
to the nursing school but
none qualified. At least three with;). inspection for repairs!, and
passed the high school place not with slum clearance.The .
ment test but none could pass
the pre-entrance college test city no longer sends out Sunday'TiI'
battery. slum clearance inspectors for
routine screening of problemareas.
The twoyear nursing program i .

in Science leading degree to the will Associate be Inaugurated I Luther L. Brooks of Bonded 10 p.m. f

at Dade this Septemberwith Collection Agency complainedlast
an initial class of 26. It Saturday that slums were
allowed to grow while city officials
prepares the student for the
sought ways of gettingthe.
examinations for
istered nurse's license' In a two reg. federal government. to clean ALSO TIL 10 P.M.

years and one summer of study them.
and hospital practice. Mrs. The central Negro district has
Chloe Trammel is director of been earmarked for urban
the Division of Nursing under newal. re ,iDA ME N7 X7LCD W ,4S' PEP !N EKeKL
the Dean of Special Degree
Studies, L. W. Henderson. While no one Is responsiblefor Fivowr... 1
reporting dangerous build
Winners of these scholarships ings, all Building Department
repay each yearly grant by
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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1962 aKTOsssaa I

III Paul it. Henry -
L'iJ C I.TY.Awe

Florida A imd 'M University ... '-/ftI8""
has selected Charles Rk Hadley
12a\d Ave ditch
of 1830 NW 55th! Terr as one of OX 1.79Gb St.
three Alumni to be cited for' .
MrttA Offile at 0740 N.W. nth Avcnn -Phone OX 1.0.!21 distinguished service at the .... -
''Iirantclo tkt 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami Florldiy-Phone Fit 2230 summer commencement exercise SHfJ WINe
on Friday, Aug. 10. WO!
II. K. SI01SMUND REEVES Editor and Publisher H; Manning Effers'on, chairman
(u nTH C. REEVES, Managing! Editor of the commencement actiVities
h---- committee, made the
Two Savings And Loan' 'Associations' announcement r rr

On another page of this issue of The Miami: times ofthe Floyd Pat.
will be found a communication from J. R. Taylor, president terson-Sonny Liston heavy
of the People's Mutual Benefit Associ tion. He Writes weight championship fight Sept. hex\1b 4 ie
25 will ,be shown, In seven Miami
about the deferring of the opening! of the Franklin Fed Wometco theatres includ <1 4 I
eral Savings and Loan Association by a Circuit Court ing the Capitol. ,

Judge in Washington last week. The Miami Urban League is inARA. tifMAHWALSTON
Opening date was: set for July 20. However, the looking for an executive secretary
Roosevelt Savings and Loan Association, that is also seek to take the place of H. ENT
ing a charter, registered certain complaints against a government post
Federal Home Loan Bank Board, and the judge decidedto the Department of Health, Education :=PRICE
block ,ithe. opening. A trial is expected to take place and Welfare in Wash M Carl tumor :t .'
an October. ington. ROD (

Correspondent Taylor points out the social and civic progress, population growth and up with a solution to the world's
needs of the Negro in Miami. He sees not only the need racial problems: Make every JTlptoea }
for Franklin Savings and Loan Association, but also for body meeting one color in London Cosmetic experts BRODERICKCRAWFORD = .
the Roosevelt Savings and Loan Association./ predicted that In the recent

We are heartily in accord' with Mr. Taylor.! In fact, I years a pigment to control pill skin can be color developed A

'that has ;been our opinion from the very beginning of and give everybody a neutral MTb.wardM'
this venture. There is room for both organizations.As complexion.Miss ?< ,sn1AMMY.

planned, Roosevelt purchased a $125,000 bank Elizabeth Jones, office DAVIS 1r.
'''building formerly owned by the Commercial Bank of I secretary of the Carver YMCA is
'Miami This building: is'six or more miles from the, site pf I recuperating after having undergone k Mwno"L
the Franklin institution.In surgery at Christian

Miami we have banks within a block of each other. I Hospital. ,
The consensus of opinion, as far as we can gaither, is Mr. and Mrs. David Dobbs and
son have returned from a 21-
that both associations are needed. Negroes are now bank day motor trip to the world
minded.It lair in Seattle, Wash. \ '_
is regrettable (that there has been a setback L
Let us hope that the Federal Home Loan Bank Board City Eugene Is visiting V. Kemp his of son New'and York dl'7
will be able to see the wisdom of granting both charters daughter-in-law, Eugene E.

There are many people in thih city who wouldlil GGth and Bernice St. Mr. Kemp D. Kemp will 2340 remainin NW 1 .. .

to see both these integrated organizations. fail to ,mater Miami until the end of Aug. _
ialize. If we aren't careful we might just play right into ust.
their hands.
A son; was born to Mr. and
Recently in Orlando, a. much smaller\ city than Miami Mrs. Leroy Archer of Chipping.
Negroes have been granted. a charter for opening ham, Nassau, Bahamas on July
the Washington Shores ''Federal Savings and Loan Assoc 18 at Jackson Hospital. Mrs. r{
iation. Our congratulations. go to the organizers of that Archer Mrs. is houseguest of Mr. and ....WltUiRD
Institution. 55th Terr.Hugh Nixon 1610 NW JWjfiJi,A RONA10 LuSIN.:::::::r:",. rn.oo.A KAUI IAN.IUBIN Production
I r ARTISTS Picture
All AWED s
Mrs. Robert L. Clark, wife of
American Teachers AssociationThe Robert L. Clark of 529 NW 11th
Terr., left Miami on Wednesday
59th,annoal convention of the American Teach- to visit her daughter, Mrs. WELCOME HOME
ers' Association, held Northwestern Senior High School Emily DeVeaux of Beaufort S. *
opened on Wednesday, and will close on Saturday. dings C., her oj sister New, York Mrs. City L. M., another Ged-- ELVIS PRESLEYi_

Highlights of '.the convention include the keynote daughter Mrs. Albertha C. I

address by Dr. Whitney M. Young, executive director of Pharr a supervisor of Newark In the, N.J.office who of the is Jailhous* Rock
the National Urban League.Dr. District Director of Internal
Young urged the development of a South-wide Revenue of New Jersey, and From M-G-M b ClnwtiSccp A*Am Production
finally, she will also visit a son;
project to encourage and motivate Negro students toward Edward Clark of Tallahassee,
greater achievement, to be undertaken by the before returning home.
American Teachers' Association, and the Urban League STARTING a, lookingJ down th borrtl ofaload. gust

working together- inspire our ,youth.Dr. Sound Mrs., Eleuthera Enna Sands, Bahamas of Rock, is
Lucius Pitts, president of ,the association pre vacationing as the house guestof
Mr and Mrs. George Ross, Jr.
sided.He said some Negro teachers could' lose their jobs arrived of 5233 NW last 30th Saturday ave. Mrs.and Sands
when total desegregation becomes a reality, but the to remain in the city for three
American Teachers' Association is ready*toy' face this possibility weeks. Mrs. Rose is also being
., All Negro teachers ask Is a fair chance to com entertained Mrs. lenrietta by an old friend _
pete. He believes both races would benefit by tealching in 2720 NW ClOth St. Sweeting of
desegregated schools.

"We expect to be judged by our qualifications, we edslast of Nassau,
want the opportunity to be judged and. take our place arri week week for a twO TOMMY REfiG '"" '
In the teaching profession ,on our merits," said Dr. Pitts. the house guest of Miami.his He aunt is ilU1N0YGEl1 N .. TcHNICOLGR '
On Thursday morning an address', "[)ese egation court.Mrs. M. Johnson, 1531 NW 1st
and the Southern Negro TVadher: ," by Dr. Eli Ginzberg,
Graduate School of Business. Columbia University, Wtos -
ably delivered by Mrs. Jane Lee Eddy.\

Dr. Kenneth Clark, director of Northside Center for SUNDAIY! .MONDAY TUESDAY

Child Development, New York, spoke very interestinglyon
"The Negro Teacher in A'merica Today." "HELL IS FOR HEROES"
At the afternoon session the convention heard Dr.

Horace Mann Bond, Dean of Education. Atlanta University "HOME
and Dr. Allison Davis, Dean of Education' University FROM THE 'HILLS"

Pupil.of Chicago" on "Educating the Culturally'Disadvantaged In Color with Robert Mitchum

On Thursday evening greetings were 'Brought' by V ha 2''q:

Samuel Cohen, principal of the Northwestern Senior High "FORBIDDEN ISLAND"In
School r-Emanuel Fryar Jr.. president of Dade County
Teachers' Association; Dr. Joe Hall, Supt. Dade County Color : .,
Schools; Samuel Hunter, president Florida State Teachers'

Association, and Mayor Robert King High of Miami.Dr. .

J. H. Taylor, chairman of ATA Board. of Trustees '

The address, 'Teacher Duty, Honor and Country"
was.delive/ed by Dr. John W Davis, director of Teacher AT NURENBERG"
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Information. Friday evening and Security..the annual banquet comes off. Guest week Atty announced James W. Matthews the relocation this ..'. .... ............ .................-L-- ........ -....... -**'---'-"-......... .... .''L. will be James C. Evans of his offices from Bunche i
speaker Counsellor, Office of Park Got'
I Shopping Center to 6825' Something To Sell Rent Trade ? ?
Assistant.Secretary Department of Defense, Washington, 15th Ave.,. Miami 47, Fla. NW -
i Try A Miami Times Clarified Ad

_. "": .-.-.--.-. -'--'-'--- '." .... When Connie Farmer heard that THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
George Wright had turned down I SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1962 PAGE 5
that six-month gig on the -- ,.
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Beach, he 'bought each of the ;"';Ii
Around Miami fellows in the band a $50 Savings dance team of GE-0 and Verne. YOU KNOW, Charles Lock-
Bond The boys have Ucen You'll enjoy this show at the hart of Bonded Rental Agencyand
"... at Bakers for quite a while, and Hampton House, so go over. A. D. Moore of Central Life ;.
do not intend leaving a rocking Aiuie and Jack (Butch( Cooper '
? ,:''' .,.e 'j, ,,,' IJ' ';,., house. threw a wlnd-dlf In their Insurance Co. leave us pencilsfor I

k By DAVe( aONDU Opa-locka home on Wednesday. I the kits foe-.& and Birdie .,,.,)I
?" Killen's Is
Clyde Beat Toe occasion was a two-fold affair tournament. Louis Portlock of :
flashing on and off That is, Life Ins.
'\\-.I Angie celebrated her Atlanta gave notepads
_- -- the new sign outside this most birthday and their nice, Gloria ; the Hampton House gave
"--- -.w popular nite club is flashing on bumper "I Am From
r Gy : chipped In with her and George strips,
IT'S BKKN a hectic week W Ito, be "people who still believe and off. This week, the Glass Dunn's wedding Tfnnlversary. Florida" stickers and matches.
us Bondus. Between, my work- We should be "Uncle Toms." We will present the Orlons, Georgeand The main eats were barbecued We would like to thank them,
Ing at the Mad Hat Club and who will Peaches and a new dance ribs ala Jack and potato salad also for their contribution.So .
are educated people, line along with Frank DuBolse
the Par and Birdie Statewide washed down with beer and I
Golf Tournament, we'Ve1 had It! not allow anybody to tell us and his Chicken Scratchers. other refreshemnts. Music
The turnout was not as largeas that we are not entitled to go Bobby Marshall will do the M.C. dancing and fun was had by a with that, let's all live
we had expected for the to places, and will not He intimidated honors, and is still one of the group* of friends and relatives. life, every golden minute of 4t.BARKLWS .
tournament, but it was a very especially by Uncle most beloved M.C.s in show bus. .
successful and nice tournament. Toms, who will not go themselves iness. -
,- and do not want to see : Oyer at the Hampton House
King Morgan of Orlando was others do so. the American Teachers Ass'n CUT-RATE STOREThe
the winner of the Pro Division with about 1DOO people were
Herbert Brown of Miami won As Ira Blossom sez, "this is a pleased with the show in the
Store With The Warm Welcome
nice place and believe me we Friendly
second, Ted Littlejohn of Clear- loungo. Ch.ckb; Home is'! still
water took third place honors. are coming." The club is open knocking eve.ybooy out with 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376
Robert Soldan is the first Par 7 nights a week and has a showand his act; Pops Taylor and his
and Birdie Club State Open a band with dancing and band supplying the musIc': SPRING CLEANING SALE
Champion Mayme Bondu took beverage at a low price. They Satch Robinson is the MC and
the championship for the wo are open until 5 a.m. and I am Jo Ann Coursey is doing a nice Deluxe) Nndlnola 1.00 Don't forget your films
the Maitre D. There is never like oaroii| Mud \>iaun roll.IncI1N ,
men. In the first flight, Steve I job on vocals. I theANDREWS'
McElmurray and Robert Jack. u cover or minimum charge and c Candles Aln TnuiiUii| l.OH
", son took first and second places. I'll have a table for you if yqu I Po.Kc.No Sets Hair| (Jowls and Ribbons
will call me. lUemh Anti (Glow HtrnlRlitt'iilnR Combs 70*
; Other winners were Addison JEWELERS Cream 76 e tomlm 70*
Durr and James Everett in the I1XI': :mT WATCH AND
Senior Flight; Eugene Clapp, QUICK NOTE DEPT: Barmaid CLOCK REPAIRS A Variety of Cnrtls for nil Occuftious

t the longest hitter; E. J. Henryof I Hat will Delores celebrate Caffee her at birthday the Mad 40 Years in Business' Gift of all descriptions., Use our layaway
Clearwater won the putting OI'KJV: lUll.SUXU,\)' H A.M. to lu I'.M. -
the : -
contest and Frank Rivers took at club Sunday night after All) work guaranteedFP
the closest to the hole contest; I nine-thirty p.m.. All of her 3.0152 JOHN McMINN! Owner
friends are invited to have a
Nathaniel Jeff won first placein 303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
the third flight and Dr.I I taste with "D"that day, .
James Lindsey won first placein -- 1
the fourth flight. Maxine
Meares of Jacksonville caiaj in GET SET FOR SCHOOL
first in the first flight and Why Should You Pay Rent !Io
Grace Maxwell took first place THESE WON'T LAST!.
in the second flight.

Awards were presented at the 859 NW 77th Street \
Hampton House Tuesday night $50 CASH $25 WEEKLY
and everybody had a fine time. Buys ai 2-bedroom on 50 x 110 lot. No qualifying.Any $10,500., furnished. $350 down $68 pays all. 2-
bec'Iroom CBS. Hardwood floors, separate dining
thank the of buy.
We must City one can
Miami, Ralph Allen, Miami room, big living room with real fireplajce. Fla. room,
ShQres Pro; Norman Durbin, -0- fenced rear yard*" One FHA mortgage.
manager of the Springs Course i
and his staff, Pepsi-Cola 0:>., $390 DOWN DUPLEX 748 NW 77th\ Terr.
Carling Brewing Co., the Hampton $9,500 Total $89 Month
House, Downtown Barber $6,000 total, furn. $200 down $79 a Mo. CBS. All
Shop, Burger King, Mrs. Eliza: 2-bedroom apartment and 1-bedroom apartmentNear large room, lot value approximately $4,000. No close
zeth Atkinson and Mrs. Jewell schools and shopping. No qualifying. : ing costs, no qualiyfing. Immediate occupahcy, 10years
Freeman for their support and :
contributions in making this mortgage.
tournament a success. Now It is 1821 NW 49th Street
all over, and we will soon begin 1355 NW 44th STREET
working toward our second annual AND 2004 NW 43rd Street I $7,900 total $350 down $75 a month. 2 bedroomswith

for 1963.Par and Birdie State Open. $350 Down $70 Month; pays all connecting baths, separate dining room, big

2-bedroom, Ibath, Florida room, nicely landscaped. ,I living room, Fla. room, big kitchen, carporte, hardwood :

. PRETTY GIIIL of the Week: partly furnished, open Sunday 1-5 p.m. floors, no closing costa, no qualifying, 15 years

, Ann Rivers Pretty Boy of mortgage. Immediate occupancy.
i the Week: Eugene Clapp 3000 NW 66th Street
, Man About Town: Leo Armbrister -
Happy Couple of the $150 CASH $79 MONTH PAYS ALL $13,500, $450 down $87 a month. Custom built: 2
week: Mr. and Mrs. James Ev. 3022 NW 63rd Street or 3 bedroom, Fla. room, corner lot, cedar closets,

crette.FOR. Neat and clean 2 bedroom, 1 bath. Move in today. No fireplace. Deluxe kitchen, one FHA mortgage. No/

qualifying. To see is to buy. closing costs. \\jt\\fljji
SOME REASON folk are
'spreading false rumors about -oA 909 NW 76th Street
the Mad Hat Club on Biscayne
Boulevard and 8th St. The Clubis friend., *lesman will show you these. We arrange I $15,500, $1,000 down, payments to suit. 2 bedroom
open and the reason for the financing .. : plus separate building to rent. Loads of extra No
policemen being there is to make ; qualifying, no closing costs. Drive by and have a
sure all persons who work each
' night have their J. D. Cards. TRIO REALTY j look. I :
1 These police are not there to
bother customers, whether they
'are White, Colored or mixed 801 NW 54th Street : Gunson Realty, Inc.
parties. Everybody is welcome,

regardless of race. PL 9.8372 PL 9.5455 NE 5.8745 J 561 NE 79th Street PL 1-8848

This Is a new "door" open to
the Negroes and there are sure :i -*"ii- .".- .. i

ATTENTION! All Home Buyers ! ,:

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:: range and refrigerator \;r', 0 Luxury interiors Many fine features' I
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27th Ave. af 54th St.

NEVER CLOSED Prices Good thru July 28lb, Welter's AG Store Only

Swift's PREMIUM Picnics. Ib 27 Piece Bologna lb 290!

Neck Bones Ib 150 Loose Franks lb 33I


Pork Liver lb 23 Fish Fillet Ib 49


Fryers lb Z50 Slab Bacon lb 39

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Peaches 29 S.I I I Chuck Steak 49 Cream Corn,_.('"" ,

Potatoes JUMBO SWEET 251 2 LBS. HOME MADE t 6 for $l.OO 11: ,
EACH Sausage Garden Pe t,.

Eggplants 50SHUR 5 for $1.0Q.:.', .
FINE EGGS 4 doz. $1.00 SHUR FINE
Grapefruit Juice
46 oz. 19C Orange Juice4!
6 2 for 29 '
12 OZ. BRAVO SUGAR 29 oz. -
Corned Beef 5 Ibs
12 oz. 45tWe WITH$5.00 ORDER Coffee 69,::

I Cash Payroll Checks Cold Beer At All Times Open 24 Hours A 0a.
ARMOUR VLUblOLEShortening:
MANOR HOUSE-Assorted Havors
3 Ibs 59* ICE CREAM Half Gal. 390

,SHUR FINE-Plain or Self Rising ,
14 INCH MORTON'S Lemon Chocolate Banana
FLOUR SIbs 390 Cream Pies 2 for 89t
Bread King_ Size 2 for 390COTTS Dinners 59C
SODAS 28 Oz. lOt Paste 2 for 25tBLUE.
Tomato Sauce 8 oz. JOe OLEO :lib 27*

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Out of town guests included }
SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1962 PAGE' 7 Hortense Robinson Mrs, Ruby Hyche, Detroit; Mr.
** dnd Mrs. John King and children -
Carole and Patricia, Tusca- I.

SIDELIGHTS OFRANGELEE Weds Phaion Hyche. II loosa Williams, Ala, ,;Tampa Mrs.l' Lillian Mr. Cato M.

Roach, Fort Lauderdale; Mrs. )
Hortense Jeanne Robinson Detroit. Groomsmen and ushers Althiu Rolferts Knlghton, Hoi- j

NUPTIALThe and Phalon Hyche II of Detroit included Harold Roach, Fort temal lywood grandfather; Richard Robinson of the bride, pa- 1

-- -- tied the nuptial knot In a Lauderdale, Otis James, Corbett Tallahassee, Misses Selena andtlall1e
beautiful singing of "Ave double ring ceremony at St. Swenson. Daniel Johnson Edwin Robinson, Tallahassee;
Maria" at Holy one served as ring bearer Agnes Episcopal Church on Robert*.. Lawrence Cole- Mrs. Willie Mae Siogler and nice
Church Redeemer Dresses for the bride, her at. June 24. The Vent John E. Cul- brooke, Vaughn Price, MelvIn A alec, Avon Park; Miss Carmen
Charles was done by Mrs. tendants and for the mother of mer officiated Baker, Miami, Grinan Tampa and Mrs. Fran-
tant Johnson, music consul. the bride were all dtsigned by In the morning' dna Robinson. and son, Frank.
Poinciana Park Elemen- the mother of the bride, petite, ceremony. An estimated 200 guests:! were' lin, Philadelphia.
tory Wilkinson School 1 Mr. Edward energetic Athalie Range. Verne The bride was: given in matrimony -: on hand at the reception given Immediately following the reception -
bride, grandfather his of the Taylor, girlhood friend of Mrs. by her father Theodore by the bride's parents at their the bridal couple de.
gave oldest grandchild home in tho Brownsville community parted for Tallahassee
Range and local to
In teacher, con W. Hobinson. She wore a ie-
marriage which the youngest structed the frocks Those antique white chantllly gownof lace Approximately ten col flume college work at Florida A
n:; .. 1:- -7; .... .."', IIM ..- and tulle trimmed with seed resented legeand universities were Rep and M University for the sum
f = pearls. A small caplet of seed, by participants mer.
ff pearls and
sequins held her fingertip
\\ ui' : veil ut 'nKIL{ u illusion
t : : ; Her bouquet of white orchid*,
orange blossoms, lillies of the
j 1" ',""" ,' valley, and maidenhair fein was
T ') carried on a white Bible.

t Attendants of the bride were
Alaxey Elaine: Williams, Tampa, F
maid of honor, Brenda Knlgh-
'a ton, Hollywood; Barbara Carnegie .
n Barbara Williams, Betty
Ann Jackson, Marsha Kemp,
Marcia Taylor Erica Williams
and Mary Ellen Jono, all ol
'jII' Miami.\

Flower glils were Tanya
Djes and La Wana I'uller'Cnarlt's :
Ramos Knowles served
as ring bearer. fir, r

ii The hrh'cgrooln'a best man
; \va.+ his brother Harold Hyche,

gorgeous bridesmaids picture i IVdklosia I Ga. Kim Bullock, I r
hats were designed by the bride. girl and her mother put the nul
| flew In from Boston for the
back In
Both Mrs. Charles Turner YOUTH
ceremony King, n ,
(Delores) and Mrs. *
Carleton flower girl and her parents have ::: I
Boyd (Theorla Houston) came 1 moved to Miami from Spring :::
down from Connecticut for I field, Mass., daddy is the ne I',::
the wedding of their long-time phew of Principal Alese Gill of _l
friend and classmate Cousin Ullle! C Evans Elementary
.luanita Evans came from School

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Duncombe, another retired funeral director and first
flower girl is the daughter of employer of the late Oscar RENTAL
Eugene Duncombe, Dade Junior Range made one of his rare '
Instructor social appearances at the wed-
College That
ding and reception Dr.
gorgeous pink and white ca Pharr spends more and more
nopy which gave shade to manyof time in Washington, D. C. lookIng -
the wedding reception quests after his investments there. .AGENCY INCThe
was placed In the very spacious
garden area which adjoins< the Mrs. Oscar Edwards, dean of ,
Range residence Many old- girls at Northwestern High KM MA II. HARRIS
timers share festivities School and godmother of the
came to the. -
'lei k-Hf
held miscellaneous show erf tary The largest collection and rental
with Key Wester, Edward bride a 17:125: IloiiiPMlrad AVI, Perrlne ,
Wllkins Dr. Kelsey Pharr er which featured a Treasure I June been employed with
-- --....-.---.-- -, ...-- llonded Mental Agency for two agency in the South; operating in
:.i jean*. Dining this period of wrltf -
\ I have gained a good deal '
of liiiMlnrw experience Giving Dade and Rroward Counti,*
M-rtirc ti> n large umber of
IrnontM und working with afilrndly
Negro Housing
mid efficient ftUiff of area
1 employer* liai been very plea*. ". t, '," y,
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?* : ;& & ; )*_ Bonded also has FREE employment service for

Bonded's Tenants, at main office, 4150 NW 7th! Ave. I

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Ruth Hunt! She Polite was, Members assisted My of Mrs.the The honeymoon Nassau lodge Lodge for the was new-the '1875 N.W. 62nd HT. ............. OX 144288HOI Pwrln ...?... rK A.SS.'Vf' 'i.

bridal party, female persuasionand lyweds Wedding gifts were flltAND AVE ..._..... III ''H lli 'OlD N.W 6th 8T.
former Afro co-workers of so numerous that they are being Ft. LAUdrrdafp' ..... M 4.JM5 I
the bride's mother were the commercially stored for the 4240 N.W. 27lh AVI:.
M_... NF: 5340" 830 IIAM.MO.VD\ILtK "fU
the Lees will be In North
guests. Mrs. Billy Banks held year
Rehearsal Dinner at her home Carolina. The young couple 2 rtO N.W. 75th ST. ..___ PL 8.0827 Pompano .............., \VK 8J '.S35
. The groom's attendants motored north in a spankingnew ,
14255 N." 22rid rl\ k.
held forth with a Bachelor Supper Corvalr wedding gift of. 20flO N.W. 8rd CT. ...._ PI I.8005
to end all Bachelor Suppers! I the bride's mother. Opa Lock ......._._ MO UNlI1

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flu 27th Ave. at 54th St.

N EVE R C 1 0 S E D Prices Good thru July 28tb Welter's AG Store Only

Swift's PREMIUM Picnics Ib 27 Piece Bologna Ib. "2

Neck Bones Ib 150 Loose Franks lb 33


Pork Liver Ib 230 Fish Fillet lb 4 ,

Fryers Ib 250 Slab Bacon lb 3 ,

A ,
> iilI r.
3LBS. 303 DELMONTE C.Cream .B.
Peaches 29* I I Check Steak 49C Corn,

6 for $1.00Garden I"h
Potatoes 250EACH
Sausage Ib 19 303 DELMONTE EARLY \: )
Pea: ,'

Eggplants 51 SMALL 5 for $1.00, 'f, :',., .
SHUR FINEGrapefruit rJ'P'I\/: \::hl.'
Juice EGGS 4 doz. $1.00 SHUR FINE '" '
Orange Juice'
46 oz. 19C
6 2 for 29
12 SUGAR 29 oz.
12 oz. 45 $5.00 ORDER Coffee 69Qr !

We Cash Payroll Checks 0 Cold Beer At AM_Times .-Open 24 Hours A Da r.

ARMOUR VLCitlOLEShortening: : :
MANOR HOUSE-A sorted Flavor
3 lbs 59* ICE CREAM Half Gal. 390

SHUR FINE-Plain or Self Rising ,
14 INCH MORION'S Lemon Chocolate Banana
FLOUR 5 lbs 39C Cream Pies 2 for 89t
Bread King Size 2 for 390 Dinners 590

SODAS 28 Oz. 10* Paste 2 for 25C
Tomato Sauce 8 oz. 10t OLEO :Lib 270COMPLETE

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Out of town guests Included
SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1962 PAGE 7 Hortense Robinson Mrs. Ruby Hyohe, Detroit; Mr.

**, : dna )Mrs. John, King and child
ren, Carole and Patricia, Tusca-
SIDELIGHTS Weds Phaion II looser, Ala.; Mrs. Lillian M.
Williams, Tampa!: Mr Cato
Roach, Fort Lauderdale; Mrs.
Hortense Althiu RoUfrts Knighton, Hol ,
Jeanne Robinson Detroit. l1roo smen and ushers
I lywood; Richard Robinson, ,
and Phalon Hyche II of Detroit paternal
NUPTIALThe I included Harold Roach, Fort grandfather of the bride \ '
tied the nuptial knot In a Lauderdale Otis James, Corbett Tallahassee: Misses Selena andhalls .'
beautiful singing of "Ave double ring ceremony at St. Swenson Daniel Johnson Edwin Robinson, Tallahassee;
one served as ring bearer Roberts! Mrs. Willie Mae and
Maria" at Holy Redeemer Agnes Episcopal Church on Lawrence Cole- Siegler nice 'I J
Church Dresses for the bride, her at. June 24. The Yen. John E. Cul- brooke Vaughn Price MelvIn Asalee, Avon l'arkMiss; Carmen I
was done
Charles by Mrs. tendants and for the mother of Baker, Miami, Grlnan Tampa and Mrs. Francina ,
Johnson, music mer officiated in the '
tant consul- the bride were all dtslgned by morning Robinson and son, Frank- II'
Poinciana Park Elemen- the mother of the bride, petite, ceremony. An estimated 200 guests were tin, Philadelphia. I
\\H.Wilkinson School Mr. Edward energetic Athalie Range. Verne The bride was: given in matrimony on hand at the reception given Immediately following the reception j
grandfather of by the bride's
the parents at their the bridal
bride Taylor girlhood friend of Mrs. by her father Theodore couple departed -
gave oldest grandchild I home in the Brownsville for Tallahassee
Range and local teacher, \V. Robinson. to re-
In con. She wore a
marriage which gownof
the youngest structed the frocks Those antique white chantilly lace munity. Approximately ten col. ';sumo college work at Florida A
and tulle trimmed with seed legia and universities wcre'i'ep.resenh. und M University for the sum
pearls A small caplet of seed ' ..... .
pearls and sequins held her fingertip 4 '"N .I I I IJ If
v el ut Eiitfjuu Illusion
Her bouquet of white orchids,
orange blossoms, lillies of the I'T'
valley, and maidenhair fern was
carried on a white Bible.

Attendants of the bride were _
Alaxey l i'llneVilllam!l, Tampa; "
maid of honor, Brenda Knlgh- ay c
ton, Hollywood; Barbara Car.
negie, Barbara Williams, Betty :
Ann Jackson, Marsha Kemp: 110 :
".. Marcia Taylor Erica Williams
I'': and Miami.Mary Ellen Jones, all oi

\' I Flower:! girls were Tanya

F I I Charles and Ramos La Knowles:Wana Fuller servedas : r'' 1

, I ring bearer.

:' I lie hrhc(: I')01lhest man
I \vas\ his brother Harold Hyche, ,
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gorgeous bridesmaids picture j Valdosia, Ga. Kim Bullock, ,
p; hats were designed by the bride. a flower girl and her mother put the YOU
I flew In from Boston for the
back In
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Mrs. Charles Turner .
ceremony Carol King, a tw l"y.
(Delores) and Mrs. Carleton flower girl and her parents have I
:'t. Boyd (Theoria Houston) came \ moved to Miami from Spring, I
I'd, 0 W n from Connecticut for field, Mass., daddy is the nephew f
; the wedding of their long-time of Principal Alese Gill of
friend and classmate Cousin jJlile! C. Evans Elementary RJr
.Juanita Evans came from School, JOIN YOURYMCA

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Stephanie Duncombe, another retired funeral director and first
flower girl Is the daughter of employer of the late Oscar RENTAL
Eugene Duncombe, Dade Junior Range made one of his rare 34 ,
social appearances at the wedding
College instructor That wasa and
reception Dr.
gorgeous pink and white canopy Pharr spends more and more
which gave shade to manyof time in Washington, D. C. look. ; ,
the wedding reception guestswas Ing after his Investments there. AGENCY INC1Mts.
placed in the "
garden area which adjoins the Mrs. Oscar Edwards, dean of ,
residence old- at Northwestern High
Range Many' girls KM: MA II. HARRIS
timers came to share the festivities School and godmother of the '
with Key Wester; Edward bride held a miscellaneous show. am: tSSSSTXZ, Terrine, The largest collection and rental I
Wilkins Dr. Kelsey Pharr er which featured a Treasurer
with .
I have been employed .
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,*ervloe to n large number of
fi'mint* iind working with a
Negro MOUSing
filendly' and efficient AWn of areat. ,
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Ruth Polite, Members of the honeymoon lodge for the newlyweds !tfl75 N.W.' 02nd ST. ?....._ OX 1-4423 r"rrtnf'' ........ 1YCe8.8MS|

bridal party, female persuasionand Wedding gifts were KHOt CltAND AVK. ..._....? HI "n-imii IOINR N.W. flth HT
former Afro co-workers of so numerous that they are beIng Ft. lAuderd' '
the bride's mother were the : ,: commercially stored for the 4240 N.W. MM> 1/
27th A VlC. ... A840flPL
guests Mrs. Billy Banks held year the Lees will be in North -? 830 'MbPonipaoo ,

Rehearsal Dinner at her home Carolina. The in young couple 2+NI0 N.W. 7flth ST. ....,__ 8.0827 .._._._.. WE 8 tf233
The groom's attendants motored north a spanking
held forth with a Bachelor Sup new Corvair wedding gift of, 14239 N.". 22ml ;\\IE.
per to end all Bachelor Suppers!! the bride's mother. 20flO N.W. 8rd CT. ....._ FII t'A90A Opa Lock ..........._ 510 ftOfll

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person good for hideaway room. ,
Private entrance, private, bath JULY 27 .
28 29The
in back of beautiful landscape ':.,t. ,
front building. 1869 NW 69th St.
(rear.) .,:,' ', '

i ROOM Cottages, water furnish. lHATARI!
ed. |10 week. 669 NW 8th St. .. s
7.2902.E. ,
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Rental! collections; property :;
management, real estate JONNWAYNE iiwp] 9Jlljrii' irm -. tt -'
569 NW 8th St. FR 7.2902 ,;:#
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1 BEDROOM furnished apt. All
utilities.\ Downtown area. $18. -.5 S !;:.;4_
NE 4.0600. Indf
OPA LOCKA area. 1 bedroom, _
newly decorated unfurnished sus 3
$15. Furnished 921. 2 bedroom THEATRE SHOWING
unfurn. 118, furn. 2 bedroom
NE 4.0500 Indf

} NEWLY Renovated furnished or : !

unfurnished apts. In the Opa Th e Town's. Talk i .
Locka area near church, school :
and shopping center. Call Mick -
Ins Rental Agency. NE 4.0500.Indf Amateur Nite I I e

Every Thurs. ,J
AIR COOLED auditorium includ
ing lights, janitorial service etc. I ,
Available fox church use.. Call ,

FURNISHED efficiencies, utilities ,
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Included,$12L30 a week; 620 PKW; S
8th St. FR: 7-2902.: ra

1-BEDROOM APTS., utilities free '
Your Host and M.C.
$1850 and $20.00 weekly 137 N.W f.4
25th Street. May be seen by callingFR : ORLONSCameo
9-3530. ADULTS only 8/4 BOBBY M

NICE ROOM in private .home MARSHALLWeekly ; t
for 'working couple or lady. Recording Stars
everything.Lovely neighborhood.Privileges.Close. NE to Jackpot Prize .' "The Wah-Watusi"
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585G6. Louise Lee. ': I
James William and
2-DEDROOM APT. Unfurnished. -0-
Also a 4Wedroom home, un The Twister

3-9980.furnished 1980 NW 55th St. NE I PLUS. ;,= r

FREE ROOM for elderly lady
in exchange for night companyfor I JOIN THE FUN Freda .R t k4t y? f s .
11 year old girl. PL 77822.

Aug.ll CAPITOL AU new show on
FURNISHER Two bedroom
home. Living room, dining .: I The Stage Payne.
room kitchen, Fla. room plus
car porte. 6500 Ave.
Every Wed. 9
8-0792.( p.m. The Nation's

ROOM FOR a nice man or ladyat JIMMY REEVES ;
5710 NW 19th Ave. Call NE Newest '
48495. ond his

2 STORES. (Carver Ranches( Recording,
For information inquire at 7328 With the Rocketeers
NW 17th Ct. Miami.. '
4 and sensational Sensation z'. *41

HOUSE in Richmond Heights. 3 L ; Little Cora
bedrooms. 14601 Harrison! St. Plus an All-Star ShowAdmission
Call Mr. Youngblood, NE 39316. plus BIG TALENT CONTEST
$75 per month. .
$ $ $ CASH PRIZES $ $ $ -0-
Call MU 17001., Opa-locka
area. I Fri. end Sun. $1.50 Sat. $1.75SPECIAL

LEE & WILLIAMS Guest r ;s s sssfts sasistfswv . /\
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House. Neat, clean rooms, Dayor
night.69(5-3864.2153 NW 71st St. Telephone T. V. MARKET TEENAGE MATINEE

111 S.W. 12th Ave. Sunday, July 29 2 to 6 p.m.
Hardwood floors. 1147 NW 6th Featuring: The Orlons mi..ion $1.00

Ave., across from BTW High Freda ,Payne and All. Credit due on Sam
School. Call FR 7-3834, or inquire Star Show I Cooke Show .50
apt. 2. Mrs. Taylor. $3500Floor
Bal. 4 dm. -.50
". .7..f,0i2. r
r rear. '
Furnished. NE 51950. Samples 1960 61 $75.00
TV, SU:. 1963I&50 '$125.00
DUPLEX, APT. Large clean, 1- Electric Fans. $3.75 k" JPr
bedroom with Florida room. '
$55 Sewing Machine' F
Close to_ Grandway and bus. $39.90
1240 NW 51st Terr. To.see call

6332051. .
.J.IAIALLIA'IA' 1.111.1.
ROOM 1n private home. lIot'

and St. cold water, 2129 NW 57th THE SUNSHINE CLUBOF

furnished Adults or will take a
small ,chiUI. MU 1-0325.)

4th Annual Boat Ride
3 LOVELY houses, 1 and 2 bed
,: rooms.'$18, $20 & $22 per week.
Only reliable families. Phone .
NE 55566. FRIDAY, AUGUST 3rd

ROOM in private home. Kitchen There will be plenty of refreshments and dancing

67th privileges.St. OX Man 1-6343.only. 3120 NW just sit and enjoy the moonlight breeze from beau.tiful ,

FOR SALE Adults Biscayne$1.50 Bay.- Children under 16 .years $1.00 The COASTERS

i '1467 NW 41st St. 2 bedroom Come I Join your friends for an evening* of relaxation AUGUST; 4.5 I
CBS, .vtery nice. Total $10,000
$300 down, $69 month. Large Sailing,time 8:00 o'clock. Leaves S.E. 2nd Street .; .; --
shade tree, nice grounds. A. Ben Will see you at the Dream Boat
.t', Kori Realtor, 2644 NW 62nd St. Hank Ballard, and the Midnighters
,w.Nites IPL' 9-5533. Day OX 1-93T2. i 1r
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OPEN HOUSED AT Davis Mrs. Emma Jones, Mrs. Bessie BnOWARD House'For Silo LEADING COLORED I

'; Mrs. Mrs. Minnie Lee Hill, $350 down .' PSYCHIC.. READER
JOLLIVETTE Emma Bell, Mrs. Willie Lee $70 month CONSULT liEn--
Armstrong -
Mrs. Idella COUNTY
PLAZA FRIDAY, Mrs Mrs. Margaret- Brown, Mr.Jones and 2477 NW,>68tn Street
Andrew Cruz, Mrs.
The tenants in Jolllvette tlrf Stirrup and Mr. and Mrs. NEWS '3 bedroom and Fla. room
will observe Q1 1 House \Friday -' Young.

July 27 in' ,the' community ,.J preparation(, committee is making -II-r utility.,. roolltr.-Jarl& lot, ,ne 4.ly ..
center at 6pm. Chairing the for a series of ( ,,
program is :VeQ.ent Moss. September.House Parties For, in August and Hy WALTER liOWU : decorated. inside and out. 1
of:the the health hap. "
MemberS. PlanningCommittee piness
'are: Mr. and Mrs. tenants: well being of the --- -- +"w Ready, to 'move in. Will beopen'

James McIntyre, Mrs. Marie The Carver Ranches Fire 1 Department
Webb Mrs. Elizabeth Floyd, will meet Monday for inspection.. Sunday II
Mrs, Lillie Doby Mrs. Gertrude a30, 8.30: members Let her Trs of experience guide(
Hilton, Mrs., Pauline Young, are d to be present? 1 to 5: ,m. or?call and protect foil throughout life I
AS A llght&ousti guides the ships
The Veterans of Foreign \ eGtitdman's* In a storm. For' success in busl-
Wars Post No. 8195 meets tne I'" ti' I .t" news anti love '
first and third Sundays of each DON'T STAY iV TIIR HOT. GKT
Classified month. Meeting will be !held Real ,, ,OUT NOW II* TUB HELP OP.
Sunday, August 5 from 6 to 8 I p GOD SilK CAN JlI LI' YOU..
A p.m. All members are asked to Estate Oflcelonrai| -
ue) present. Alfred Watkins, I 0 ft.ro. ,. 0"p.m. .....
SAfE commander; Walter A. Bowe, And ,Thiira, 9 .m. to
FOR quartermaster.The 7 PnSLDAILYft .

A big home, small price. Four f' ,. r },. Freeway Handicap League 2688 NW 62nd St.I. 'I. MM.Snndnjr .* I
bedroom, 2 bath, plus Florida. closed out last Thursday nightat
room, 789 JJW .S. Bunche Park Lanes. Results I \, '
45th awnings1."garage. call of the six teams will be in next OX 1-0380 10 ..m; 8 p.m.,
me. A. Ken-Kori, Realtor" 2644 R rba week's issue of The Miami \
NW 62nd/ St. Nites, PI/ 9-5533.; Times. I > .- ." 1tICAAINa'
Days OX 19372. : 'ine banquet will be held in I:' sss '1.00' UT
the Bunche Lanes Lounge on Be
See this, bargain at 791 !}W Thursday, August 2 at y p.m. safe, not sorry. We can
45th St. Lovely CBS, awnings, Walter A. Bowe, president; finance 23 Years Experience
carporte, real nice. Large rooms. 1 iheouore Blue secretary. your automobile 1'ability MADAMHUNTER
down,$75( .month all. .c
$100 pays I insurance '
A. Ben Korl. Realtor, 2644 NW Mrs. Bloneva Ritchie announced on |II low
62nd St. Niles PL 9-5533, Days marr1aga.of..het daughter, f
Don't Write Call In Person
OX. 19372Fullyair, !GULF OIL PR MANATATAMEET Shirley Ann to Mr. Willie A. monthly payments. ,
1657 N.W. 73rd ST.MIAMI .
+ Williams, Sunday; July 29,at 3 I.

47th Terr. conditioned Real doll house 1935,NW extra / p.m.SW ':4 at.>th Central St. ,and;Uapti&t,48th Ave Church,: W. :::::::::::::..:::'":f;! : .., fl.A. &
big lot, fruit trees. Total Dan Kean, public relations! ; Reception will follow .
$8,990, $300 down. A. Ben-Korl, representative for the Gulf 011 the ceremony at the bride'sHome SELEbiIONIN .
Realtor, 2614 NW 62nd St. Nites Corporation and former teacher 5436 SW 2lst St. FINEST MJArI..
PL 95544. Days OX 19372. at Florida A and M College, I ;
Frank Milton Harris is the
is in the city attending the convention '
11G9 NW 46th St. Beautiful custom of the American I new 'barber' at Bowe's Barber Government Inspected andApprovedLOYELYJIQMES
Shop. Come' where it's cool for
built CBS. $450 down, to Teachers' Association. service. .
see, call John Murray, PL Kean attended Fisk Univer- .
8h261. Federal Mortgage Co., I ity and received his Master's' I OPENLow
50C9 NW 2nd Ave. PL 8-6261. degree from the University of .,
Michigan.He .
1011 NW 40th St. What a home! Low ,fawn ''Payments
hardwood worked for seven yearsin i
Sparkling floors, tile CBS i
the Marketing)! Department of .
roof cadillac
size two
Fla. rooms, loads of closet Gulf where his responsibilities Near Manor Park, large lot, EZ TERMS I e LESS THAN RENT
fenced and ,100 Included acquiring new service tile Fla. 3 baths e.l
space yard only $ station locations and room, potential .l t tJ ,t
down. Phone PL 8-6261, Federal dealers, Negro : income, heating and '

PL Mortgage 42605.Co. 5909 NW- 2nd Ave He was promoted to the public cooling, oak floors: ample 1025 NW 43rd Street
l relations department last closets andl storage. $17.500by '

731 NW 45th St. $350 down. year owner. Colonial style beauty. Amutt, *eel! Fla. room, garage,
beautifully Besides Mr. Kean, Gult now patio and barbecue, $1 ,800total price.. $79 Mo
Garage, carp rte has five Negro sales represents No qualifying. $2,500 cash: per
landscaped tiled roof, $63 mo., tives, one of which is Frank 1350' NW 45th Street i '
this one. Phone .
better on
hurry Odum whose area Includes '
5909 PL 8-6201 NW ,2nd Federal Ave.Mortgage PL 42605.Co. Horida. i .J! 833 MY: 75th Street

3 bedroom CBS, hardwood floor $400 down, $75
1021 NW 45th St. Two car gar per month. No:closing cost
biggest corner in Manor DOLPHIN MOTEL &. CLUB
Park. Only two Mocks to school, t) .
fenced yard, tile roof, CBS for JEKYLL ISLAND GEORGIA
dbwn PL 8-6261, Federal
only $450
757 N\V 46th Street
Mortgage Co.' 5909 NW 2nd
America's Year Round Sepia Playground
Ave. PL 1-2605. 3 bedroom
CBS in terrific location. $400 down, $62

DUPLEX. Close in, convenient, Conventions Club Groups Families always welcome month. No closing cost '

church, school, shopping, 1-2 r
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bedroom, good income bur from Private Beach Cocktail Lounge Beautiful Rooms
owner 4755 NW 16th ave. 4701
save. NW 10th Avenue
For a. Terrific Vacation Call .

YOU Interested in your Large corner home i in Manor'' Park, near bus and
own business and property con- Mrs. A. Robinson, Mgr. NE 5.2273 or iNE 5.9986 hops. $400 down. $76 month. '
tact James Youngblood at NE ... per
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1990 NW 47th St. 6 room houseon 1565 NW 47th Street
large corner lot. $990( down.
Payments $75, total $9,500. Have Fun at Tiny's Liquors Fully furnished I A real steal for $9,900, $300 down,
Owner NE 5-3626.
no closing cost Hurry for this Manor Park beauty.

Elderly lady to live In as one
In family and care for one child I T 1831 NW 47th Terrace j

board.in exchange Small salary.for Mrs.room Robin-and 3 bedroom CBS hardwood floors, porch, large

son. 2905 NW 55th St. NE DON"Q rooms. $10,500 $350 down. No ,closing cost. ;.
4- 319. _
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YOUR HANDWRITING reveals 775 NW 77th Terrace i
your past,present and future. Favorable :;, i
special ntunber. $59 per month, $300 down. No closing cost WaJk

lucky alhreadingh Doc Gibson 23*, 903 for: :tr don't run to this CBS doll house. <

W. 8th St.,.Cincinnati 3, Ohio 7/28 t '

HELP WANTED 3342 Thomas Avenue ;
YOUNG LADY, age 18-25 for house
(Coconut Grove
canvassing. Good commission. Call FINESTRUM' ) .
Monday 9-12, PL 7-0121. Like new CBS, huge 3-bedroom, 2 bath, hardwood

floors, tile roof, Fla. room dining room. No qualify:

FOR SALE ing. Move right in. Reduced price. j

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3-bedroom, 2' bath home,

with garage and Flau room, NEWS REALTY !

on lot 60 z 142. Total price
(The Broker That Works For You) i

$16,500. $90 per month. 80 Proof. U. S. Distributors
4600 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655
Schleffelin t& Co., N.Y.O., N.Y. <
5901 NW 9th Ave.
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PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1962 Summer ActivitiesThis Top ,Musicians to Trumpet and violin solos will

Appear SundayMiami's be played by Phil Cooper and
is the sixth and final weekof Chruszer Bonlon, respectively.

1,000 Sub Teachers our recreation program for top musical talent Vocalists include Miss Tom-

the summer. appears Sunday, 4:30: p.m. In mie Amos, Miss Shirley Wallace,
We introduced three new recreational the Breezeway at the YMCA, Mrs. Irma Cunningham, Bald-
games to our boys and 5770 NW 15th Ave., for the 7th win P. Hepburn, Arthur King, ,
This Term girls which are. Kikit Nok annual musical soiree. Under Dr. Carl Yeager Jr., James L.
Jockey and Shuffle Pool. the leadership of Charles L. Williamson, Miss Erma Cun.
Shuffle Pool was Invented by Mobley, University of Miami ningham and Miss Marvin
Mrs Marlon Allen. music student, the compositions Christmas.
"More than a thousand substitute schools for this coming school of Bach Mozart, Beethoven
I j) teachers will be needed /ear" Jack Prance, director of The remaining special eventsare Brahms and their disciples will The ensemble consists of Mrs
for the Dade County public personnel and payroll,-announc- : A Ping Pong tournamentwith be featured. Juanita Lane, Mrs. Margaret
I 'd this week.In North Dauo, a softball Miller, Mrs. Lenora Smith, Miss
I : efat Floral: Heights. An all Ensemble directors, coaches Sandra Fox, Ellen Wooten,
NORTH DADE making this announcement day party at Virginia and accompanists are Arthur Kenneth Williams, Mrs. Valdez
rance stated that only 19 leYlarts(, and crafts exhibit and i L. Evans, William S. Johnsonand Murray, Dr. H. Melton White:
) RECREATIONCENTER are on the present list awards day. Mrs. Berthenia S. White. and Elliott Scavella.
rom which teachers are drawn
o fill positions of regular On last week our small, but Cellist and clarinetist solos Tickets may be obtained from
.eachers who are ill or obsent very ,modern dance group mot- will be Robert Sudakow ana the sponsors of the program or
Another team fell from the rom school for other reasons. area over0 Nortn Lade and William McKenzie, respectively. the YMCA. Refreshments will be

list of undefeated as the Can- Mr. Prance stated that the walked under the ladder to par- Pianists appearing will be served.
nons of Liberty City, led by reed Is urgent and all Interest. ticipate in their Supertitious Linton C. Berrien, Miss Char
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high-scoring Albert Stirrup, yi persons who have had at Day program. This group was lotte Ellison, Miss Pamela Har.
I lashioned a victory over the the .east two years of college credit invited to participate on August ris Miss Marsha McIver, Mrs. BROWNSVILLE
Vikings of Coconut Grove forms at ut North Dade. Sylvia Rolle Don Sandlin Mis
nay secure application *
tune of 62 to 68. Albert Stirrupwas -he Personnel Office, Room 101 At our only night program CORPORATIONWe
the high point man again 1410 which the council entitled -
with total of 28 Undsey Hopkins Building, I Finance Mortgages
this week a NE 2nd between the hours 'Family Night" and was held on
The boys and girls In attendance, the
points for the winners. Bay and sell lots honioH.
the of jf 8:00: am. and 4:30: p.m. Mon- last week Wednesday from 7.10 instructors and the principal and
and Knights
Cannons Lilfcrty City: remain unueteateu Jay through Friday. ).m. was well attenued by over Since the cooperation and be Anything in Real Estate
in the Adult Basketball League. Only persons with 60 or more three hundred persons. The havior of the children were sc We also lend money
t These two teams will not remain ;emester hours of college credo parents enjoyed themselves by good we hope that we coult J. IF. nARKLEY
t secure a Florida Teach- in all of our new- have this for
undefeated long for they may participating! our : "Opera
me scheduled to meet July 26 r\K\ Certificate from the State games and by tion Summer Recreation a, 3095 N.W. 52nd' St.
,41 7:30: p.m. .*,,1J1aJ 1 Department of Education. The playing the old ones. Nathan Young every summer.' Phones NE 3-3198
In on it-r games of the week ot certificate is required for all The summer program was This Is not good bye, just sc 691-5851
July 10 the Knights won by a substitutes:; most enjoyable for all of the long until that time. Inii
default. The North Dade Boos
ters bounced back from cteica.
last week to win over the Un
touchables of Miami. Also, the
Rancheroes of West Hollywood
defeated the All-Stars of Miamiby ,
a score of 57 to 77. k .s
The Junior High Boys Basketball brewed
i Clinic which was being conducted -
by Mr. Gibson, has evol!
ed into league play for the remainder .,
of the summer. Four
out of the clinic. ..
teams came / for that ':
They are the Saints, Jets, Rens v .
and the Majors. The Jets have
the best record to date with of: .
two wins out of two games r
played. The Majors have won :: wonderfulworld
the one game out of two played.
The Saints and the Rens have
lost one game out of one played.
There:! promises to be a lot of I \ .
fiercely contested games each
day at the center between the :
hours of 10:30: and 12 noon.
The Superstition Day actlvi
ties went over very big. The
center was treated to squart :
dancing by a group of dancers t. 1 I of leisure
from Nathan Young. Fun was "
had by all who were present.Friday .
ti Fg wt 4t
the 20th of July was .e
paddle and racquet day. Satisfy your leisure thirst >
The Junior high boys softball \
team travelled to Bunche Park) a' ;\\1 i with Old Milwaukee, the one beer t j>' r r

for a game on Tuesday of last .. brewed with a special lightness n s' a
week and defeatel) the arch! '
rivals to the tune of 62. that never sacrifices flavor, ) '
Members of the North Dade Ask for Old Milwaukee! -
Dance Group are busy practicing
dances which will be per- .
formed at Vlzcaya. on August 2. S
This Is a program In which
groups from all over the county
will participate. The public Is
urged to come out and supportthe :
participants from the vari ,
ous areas. Members of the group rVie' <
are Mary Campbell, Elva Evans, ;

Constance Franklin, Beverly .
Barkins, Kelly King, Marie ':
Reed, Sandra Pearson and Joyce
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: Raise $3,200 Day,at St. JamesThe

Superb scahcely describes the James AME, "The Friend.
First Annual Men's Day which ly Church," will present its
was held at Mt. Hermon AME 14th annual Men's Day on Aug.
teiro Church on Snuday, July 22. This ust 12 at 11 a.m.' The chairmenof

was one of tne "biggest" daysIn the various committees and
: Cfturdi the history of the church. the members are working hardto
The men proved themselvestrom make this occasion a grand

the beginning of the dayto success.

the very end.Highlighting that
We are hoping our members
the day's events and friend will not forget
were the challenging sermons tone August 12. The Rev. W. F. Tanner .
.. men by tne principle speak. of St. Mary's Baptist

Elks New Burial Church Life in MT. CARMEL M. BAPTISTRev. er Macon., Rev.Rev.D. A.Russel Russel,challengedmen and Rev. some Church of of Miami's Coconut finest Grove religious and

D. A. Bradley, pastor to (1)) keep their footing, talent will appear on the pro.
Fund: Serves its AmericaBritainChurchlife Mrs. Christine Cherry, reporter 2) keep a clean heart, (3)) keep gram.
from losing their heads, ana,
in America Christian friends, If you (4) not) to lose direction. Sunday, July 29, prior to Men's
MembersGrand and would like to enjoy the word ol Rev. Macon further added In Day two services will ,be held,
Great Britain got a good airing God In its fullness why not his sermon by pleading to "Men the Rev. J. B. Blake and con
Exalted Ruler, Hobson :in New York last week when come and enjoy Jesus with us For This Day." Both sermons gregation of Hurst Chapel

R. Reynolds, president of Elks countries some clergymen of the two at our church each and every proved to bring out stirring AMt will conduct the evening
Burial Fund, announced today had] a get-together. SundayOur pastor preachedto and provoking thoughts. service at 7:30: pm. An after service

that the newly established Canon G. A. I{. Hervey an'' us this past "Sunday, "An Another highlight of the day will Ui conducted by Rev.
Burial Fund of the Improved Unlimited Supply. This supplyis A. L. Shlpp and congregationof
rector of Great Sal was tne visitation of Rev. J. li.Ulacknell .
Benevolent Protective Order of keld, Penrith, Ehgland, said something that you can only and his congregation.The New Mt. Moriah Baptist.
Elks of the World processedand people in his homeland get when you have been born Mt. Hermon
are does ladles of went The public is cordially invit
this not
again supply
mailed within 12 hours ;
largely Indifferent to the of their to make them
out way
ed to
but worship at St. James on
come through being lucky,
the first Brother Elk Alexander
after hurcn
leel at home it was an alter Men's Day:
It comes after you put on
Howie Pride of Newark
I : the whole salvation of God. :. noon of good eating, friendly Rev J. B. Blackncll pastor
Lodge No. 193, Newark N. "The bulk of the population
' gatnering, und, soul-stirring ser Alonza II. Jackson
and the first Elk Is glad that the church Is In the ,
J. daughter The BTU will be having their vice. Men's Day Pub. Chrm.
I Williams Frances E. background, he said. :They like
Mary first calendar tea this Sunday at The most significant event ol
Harper Temple No. 429, Baltimore to be married but that Is all." the home of Bro. and Sis. the uay was one well worth

Maryland, reported into "What impact is the church Gaines, 5911 NW 11th Ave. waiting for The men of Mt. ST. PAUL A.M.E. CHURCHMrs.
the Burial Fund since the July Come and join us at this great Hermon fought hard to raise
making on the British people? Lee
1, 1962 date of eligibility for affair. Mrs. S. A. \JJ.45 and still Gray reporter
None at all. There is no hostility Speaker sum of $;J, more
Burial 3627 SW 27th St.
of donations.The .
payment to the church, but thereIs Thomas. Time, 3 p.m. I to come. W Fletcner was tie- You are Invited to the 31th
check burial donation great Indifference.One dared "Mr. Alt. Hermon" ton
paying Remember the sick and shut- anniversary program of tho
for Alexander Howie he ins in your hours of prayer. raising the higne&t amount 01 No. 2 choir of St. Paul AMH
reason, suggested class
was presented to his beneficiary "doctrinal Tuesday night Is regular money among Church, 421 NW 10th St., on Fri :
and organizational Huts are off to chairman and
Mrs. Evelyn McGllce, 357 S. the church's prayer meeting night. day, July 27 at 8:30: p,m. and I
Charles Green
rigidty on part co-chairman ana
Clinton St., East Orange, N J, Sunday afternoon at 3:30.
and that the churches of Great
by James F. Fultz, a memberof The pastor and members wishto I
the Burial Fund commissionand Britain have not sufficiently at.. NEW PROVIDENCE M. B. tnaiiK all who helped to make Please come out and singing
District Deputy Grand Exalted tempted to assimilate and understand this day possible.Our some good old fashion

Ruler, James F. King. modern scientific Rev. C. J. Burney, pastr regular service willbe with various church choirs of I
thought.At Mrs. Claudia Wilson, reporter held on Sunday morning However the city.
The check burial donation Please for the sick
paying pray
the same time, he said, those loved Sunday night the pastor Mrs. E. Richardson president
for Mary Williams, was grieved over their will be ; I
presented to her husband, Geo.A. there is a "large growth inChristlal' ones and those on vacation. and at the congregation buuuay School Convention away Rev. F. A. Allen, presiding el
\ unity that Is break
Williams 1101 North Stlrck- Visitors are always welcomeIn
down marked differences which U ueing held at der.The
services. spirit still dwells withus
er, Baltimore, by Trl-State our .
President, Dr. Bernard Harris. between our churches. at St Paul. Rev. Crew ell delivers

He said "Even Rome Is very Inspiring messages
The Burial Fund was Ing." mov Church of The Open Door EBENEZER METHODIST every Sunday.
ed at the last Grand Loge
convention held In New York The Rev. Harold A. Bosley of Rev. Henry C. McDowell Rev. A D. Hall, ministerE. The Faysonltes wish to thank
City. New York's Christ Church, Karline D. Cliette, Act. Rep. Ingram, reporter the various youth choruses of
The women: ot Eoenezer met the community for helping to
Methodist for the
speaking We were forutnate Xo have
Quarterly payments began American side said this nation'schurches with in on last Sunday Rev. last week to set plans for their make their first anniversary a
January 1 19G2 and the eligible great success. The TrusteeBoard
have become so fearfulof John Charles Mickle of Memphis annual Woman's Day program.
date for payment of burial Mrs. Mable Cromplon nas been had their annual Garden
the that
saying wrong thing/ Tenn. Ills sermon. was Party at the home of Mr and
donations 1 1962.
was July nothing. chosen chairman; Miss Catherine
they simply say centered around the eve n Mrs. E. Braynon Sunday even
Brennan and Mrs. Margu-
As often stated by Grand Ex- points of sin:
"We are so respectable we rite ThompKins to serve as co-
alted Ruler'' Hobson R. Reynolds are afraid of our own shadow," 1. Policies without principles;; chairmen. Helping to carry out ing.Our sick members are: Mrs.
receipt of death claim from the he said. However, he sees Influences 2. Wealth without work 3. the enthusiasm of the women, Grace Mrs. Jones. Please visit
burial donations will Ue expedl- at work that are stlmu: Pleasure without conscious 121 captains have been chosen. them, and the other sick and

ated as early as possible upon latlng/ them to recover the great ness; 4. Knowledge without Looking over the proposed organization shut-ins with a word of cheer.
lodgo or temple secretaries and function of "belnig/ the voice of character; 5. Commerce and industry tho ladies have their We will be looking for In
the attending undertaker.BAHA'I conscience in their towns." Without morality; 0. Sci aim.< high for a great day. church Sunday. you

ence without humanity; 7. Worship The Women's Society of
The occasion was a luncheon without sacrifice.To Christian Service and Wesleyan
for the annual American-British Service Guild are holding tnelr

Alice Evans, teacher at exchange of clergymen, for the top this off Dorsey's group School of Mission at Buthune- 1571 N. W 68th Tern
Phyllis Wheatley summer. under the direction of W. Johnson Cookman College, in Daytona

School, will ,speak at Elementary the Banal; rendered the music. Beach this week. Many womenof Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor

Center 137 NW 11th ave., 800p.m. : Laymen's Activitiesof The Pilgrim Fellowship In the church are In attendance Deacon Fred Williams, reporterOn
Sunday, July 29. Her subject making }progress. Rev. McDowellon ivins. A. D. Hall, chairman of last Sunday morning our
will foe "Universal Educa a few Saturdays ago outlined the school and Mrs. J, L. Dlx pastor delivered a most inspiring -
Greater Bethel the real work of the P. it
F and
tion. The putUlc: is cordially Invited on serving on tho leadership sermon was enjoyed
to attend. Phone Secre- not just a time for social gather Development Team. by: all.

tary, FR l- 420, for further In AME ChurchA Ings and recreation but a religious On Tuesday night, July 31, Sunday night the pastor
formation. Hide that teaches how to the Golden Glee Club will have preached a sermonetto and the
live. So with the new advisor, charge of class meeting.Let to. 2 choir rendered the music
very successful financial close Mrs. Williams and Mr. Sims us not forget the sick and Rev. Thomas Taylor gave many
drive was brought to a much interest is shown. interesting remarks to the
last Sunday by the local organization congregation.Last .
Opa-locka, Fla. of Greater Bethel AME: Did I tell you that out of the

Rev. II. E. Greene, pastor Church. The meeting was opened 30 juniors from Dade County MT. SINAI BAPTIST Sunday was homecoming
by singing, "Jesus Keep Me who attended camp at Avon day at New Bethel and every.
Women's Day will be on the Near The Cross" led by the Park, about five were from the JUv. S. A. Thomas, pastor one enjoyed themselves.
second Sunday In October. All group. Then the Lord's Church of the Open Door Drive Joanne Walker, reporter Don't forget to visit tho sick
captains, boards, and membersare gayer was chanted. over some time and see this The Laymen's League is celebrating and shut-Ins.

working hard to make this mistress of integrated lodge right on the the lth anniversary on
day the best yet at Mt. Zlon. Mrs. Nettle began Carter the program beautiful lake IJyrd. Sunday July 2U at 3 p.m. Everyone JOIN

Saturday, will 28, Sis. Rose ceremony y calling, on Miss Barbara On last Thursday I took my is welcome to attend. we
will be looking for
have souse you.
Thompson a who a reading; Rob-
Green gave lunch hour to visit a place
sale at her home everyone Is In. Clark who a solo; MI.B8Rosa Also on Monday, July 30, at
ert gave where I once worked and enjoyed the UTu is honoringthe
vited. and 8:30: n.m.
Roberts a reading much I walked
very as
will be
Sunday July 29 dinner will be Miss Martha Copeland, a solo. Into the auditorium I saw several 1W52( than graduates.pleased to We have you o '
cold after morning service by Then a short talk on Lay Activities boys and girls Ion o e more out to
the Missionaries in our dining was made by Andrew taught at the same place, to my and this your function friends in behalf come of the
room. Lemon. surprise there sat Mrs. B. Whiteana

On the first Sunday In August The period of offering was some other fellow the workers, young Deacon people.E. G. Luckle, president
then there came on stage
from 3 to 5 p.m. there will Mea Invoked. Murray Green servedat this of people and Laymen's League. TO-DAY
Calendar Tea given by all de- the table. In the meantimethe group young _. ..
Blllle Johnson. They ---------- ..
out steps - - -
5"'V. w
partments of the church to contestants made their re-
benefit Woman's Day. EveryoneIs ports. Mrs. Lucille Sutton reported exhibited goes poise with it and to everythingthat show that "Living Service for the Living"
welcome. $178.45; Mrs. Florence
$198.55. The contes- they were a well trained group.
Uoseley. No wonder Longfellow said:
tants decided that instead of ac

Church of God in Christ cepting any of the proceeds of "God sent His singers upon the
their effort they preferred to sadness and
1809 NW 5th Ave. earth with songs ot
honor the president of the Lay of mirth that they might touch
Elder J. C. Jackson, pastorIra
Mrs. Ann Smith.
organization the hearts of men and bring
McCall reporterOur
Sne was called to lovely and them back to heaven again."
was blessed to
church >resented with a gift
have a wonderful time all day Don't forget next Sunday 'lf
on la3t Sunday seven candidateswere After she had expressed her July 29 the entire service willU
baptized on last Sunday thanks to the contestants and conducted by the Pilgrim
night'at our church. Rev. Ira other participants on the program Fellowship under the direction
McCall delivered I the sermon. It she called the pastor, of Mrs. Euralee Williams and
was (enjoyed by all. Mrs. Alar- lev. S. A. Cousin, who gave the Leo Sims.Please.
grette Lee visited our church body some very helpful remarksand
from Brooklyn.The prmlsed that he was goingto '
Young People Willing be more helpful to them in Oscar U\Range\'Funewl\ \: l Home ,4:
the future in their struggle toward Take Note!
Union will convene
workers church on Sunday, July 29 the goal of success. S h.e M. Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick RaDIo, Mgr. t:

at our 3 p.tn. We are looking forward then called to the floor Mr. All Church new most bo in 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue I
having another wonderful Fletcher from the North Tuesday evening. Moat bo typewritten I
time.Worship district who expressed himself and doable .paced. OX 1-0131 OX 14343,

together [this week, as being greatly beneflUed and '
you need not,.walk alone. happy to be present. -

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t'AGE 12 SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1962 The family of the late Wet the famllw., of, the late.. MR. HALPH The\ JAMES FLOWERSwho late

,' .,
#' .N' : dle&Junew27. 1962 take this
who died on June 22 and was
thank their
method to
1 laid to rest on June 30, \ 'iit'l' many
friends and neighbors for theirs
1062.! takes this method of thank-
,: CARDS MEMORIALS its friends ana neighbors for cards, flowers, telegrams, let
: : ing Its ''ters of condolence} and kindness
kindnesses shown during rS'SH
>1.. hours of bereavement. Thanksfor S ;'throughout 'their ,hours of be-',
cards flowers, tele hdavement $))3edal thanks toReyi

: grams your, letters, cars and all oth ,SS l *a atk ,1 Johnson for', St. .James. Bap:
;.,CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn er kind gestures of sympathy. list Church his comfortingsefov1.c

.>" The family of the late Special thanks to the Rev S. Range the Various lodges and
:to the Funeral Home for
A Cousin of Greater
MRS. CLARA PRATT loving memory of my dear
its kindness rendered before
'ife AME Church, and the Richard-
who departed this life July 11 ;on Funeral Home. baM 'and after services.
J 1962 wish to take this method o Again, thanks to everyone for N May God bless all of you.:
i expressing our sincere thank everything. Mary Flowers, wife
and appreciation to our man: ine Mears Family Florence Stevenson and
friends and neighbors for flow Christine Mlms, daughters
ers. cards, donations, telegrams James Flowers, son
calls', food and kindness dunni. i CARD\ OF THANKS Four sisters, two;brothers,
their hour of bereavement. Eight grandchildren and a
<'Special thanks to Father Johi Th Family nf fhi Late host,of relatives and
E. Culmer, Mrs. Leila Williams' '1' If : I ,O);' ':' o; Jar friends
organist and the M. S. Aller ; A
Funeral Home for Its courteous
kind and efficient service. p ar ; w ,

May God's richest blessing family of the late,
rest upon each of you. 4t HERBERT L. SMITH
THE FAMILY who departed this life June 28, i iJ9G2 I

11 McM wish to express our sin-
IN MEMORIAL I 'A cere gratitude to all our many
friends for all acts of kindness
In" loving memory of our dear shown us during our recent be
f husband and fatherBENJAMIN reavement. God with His com

plete power of understanding *
,iclped In our time of sorrow, f
: 5 and gave us the strength we
needed to see ahead for a hap-
#M .y S jler tomorrow.
The Family
., _,_
Q T Mrs. Christine Smith, widow

ka aR4 MRS. POLLY McRAEho Irving, Percy and
/ '" l this life 27 Carl, sons
departed July Lenora and Lillian,
5901< ,
'' Gone, but not forgotten. daughters
'I' Eddie L. McRae, husband

t. ; And Family, CARD OF THANKS v. .

ERNEST CALVIN HART The family of the late, .

1NIi .IF; MEMORIA 1In 1 wishes to express deepest thanks r ':"'r5, /j; 9 \1, ...
: ,
md appreciation to the many I ,
sad but loving memory of :riends and neighbors for cards, ,". .
our clear mother, grjndmothpi telegrams, florals and other tokens '. v.I .,
,nd sister, of sympathy during their bereave- ." I
L: a rAj 1.n --- _.._, -_.. ._. .. ment. Special thanks to the pastor : '::: ; "
and members of Temple Baptist LEONARD
Church, and the staff of the Fran- WILLIAMSwho
.is Funeral Home.WILLIAM departed this life June 21,
HART, Father, 19GJ wish to express their
) New York thanks and appreciation to the
_""mnn".n' 's.9'5As5J_-- ............"..w%"'Y_"'_ HOWARD HAUT City;, Brother, many friends, neighbors, Liberty
BULLARD New London, Conn.; Elks Lodge, pastor and members -

who departed this life July 21, CLEVELAND HART, Brother, of Metropolitan AME'
1953. New York City; x"J Church and Range Funeral

Gone but not forgotten ROSALEE DELANCY, Sister Home during our period of be
.: Alice Bullard wife Miami; reavement. Thanks to Elder
And Family ESTELLE NEWSOME, Sister White and members of Christian
New York City; of'Christ Church during his illness -
and Other Relatives. I n for their prayers and
.' IN I MEMORIAMIn I L911in; visits.
FWK '% +f M Thanks also to those who sent
sad but loving memory of IN MEMORIAMIn cards, telegrams, flowers, food
our dear wife, daughter, and .i ., "" and those who donated their
loving ofIIERDIE' :
sister, memory for this most occasion.
cars sad
? EVERETT DENNIS ,,' ''., '
; I May God bless each and
who departed this life July 31, ,. :' i iI everyone of you.

10.30. ""i I MR. HOLSEY GRAY, SR Mrs. Charlotte Williams
he in
May rest peace.
I I who departed this life July 21, And FamilyCARD
would like to sincerest
t CARD OF THANKSThe I appreciation express for the our con OF THANKSThe

family of the late sideration shown during our }1e- family 'of the late
MRS. ELSADA DAMES PVT. JOSEPH WHITEHEAD reavement. The cards, telegramskind EUGENE W. ALBURY"

It McCLOUDwho who departed this life July 7, expressions of sympathyand who departed this life July 2.
all of the various services
+ departed this life July 29, wish to thank their many that rendered will 1962 wish to take this methodof
1 1958. friends for the flowers, cards, many always expressing sincere thanks

Gone, but not forgotten. telegrams, and all other condolences I. oe Special remembered.thanks to Rev. S. A. and appreciation to the neighbors
May she rest in .peace. for their kind expression Thomas and to Range Funeral and friends who were so
The McCloud Family of sympathy during their Home for Its excellent services. kind during their hours of be-
hour of bereavement. Our
reavement. Thanks for your
thanks to Rev Kelly, Bain'sFuneral The Gray Family cards, telegrams, flowers and all

CARD OF THANKSWe Home for its wonderful kind gestures of sympathy.
-ervice. IN MEMORIAMIn Special thanks to Rev. Fr.
the family of the late, May God bless each of you Elisha S. Clarke who officiated,
The Whitehead Family loving memory of our dear I and Rev. Fr. Theodore R. Gibson -
husband and father, rector of Christ Episcopal

Church. Thanks also to the
'. Francis Funeral Home. May
: sad, but loving memory of God bless each and everyone of

___ ... >a jur dear sister, .. you.
'''''K''''' -"- Vrs. Sarah Bethel, mother

I t'i' MRS. ELIZABETH a Id'It Clarence Bethel, father
SCRIMINGER \ Mrs. Sweetlon Anderson,
Mrs. Miriam Jeary, Mrs.
who passed on July 19
'1946. May she away rest In peace, andmay r Grace W. Grace, Mrs.
Deveira Mrs.
shine Gladys ,
light perpetual
upon '
-55 Virginia Francis Miss
her.Mrs.. Alice McDowell ri 5 Genevt Bethel, sisters
t' ,
Welock Bethel, Urother
,, mother Christopher AllAiry, uncle
Joe Bell
M Scriminger, Nieces and nephews
fr husband
.I James II. McDowell Bro. i't.fII $.:;;

( if.',t' S ::5 Watch this date

rIN MEMORIAM _. S Sunday, July 29th
f' In sad ,but loving of
memory Atlas Lodge and Temple
our dear sister, the late
"j FLORIDA B. ?PEDICAN wish to take this method to Elks' DayA

:who was called to the great thank the many friends for grand parade and program are
<,.beyond on July 29, 1951. every word of comfort or act of planned. Dinners will be served
kindness toward us during the Come and spend the day with
t "Before kneel.thy throne, 0, God, wen' passing of our loved one. The y ___Jke. _f us.
Give us a conscience quick to pain and grief suffered from his r MR. WILLIAM HENRY CASH

:r1 feel, sudden passing can only be who departed this life on July
V)A ready mind to understand, healed by an almighty God and 27, 1959 put..BY
,I. The meaning of thy chastening time, but you have done every I ft Gone but not forgotten.Mrs. hack la YOUTH
!in hand thing humanly possible to share I I MRS. ESTELLA M. RHODES Ruth E. Cash, wife ,

Whatever. the pain and shame and make our burdens lighter. I,t who departed this life July 29, James, Charles,
may, be, Words are inadequate to express 1961. Clarence, sons .
t Drln'us, O Father nearer our deep feelings of grati We" miss you so very much Bessie Demeritt,
ft? Thee.."' tude, and, names too numerousto I and will never be the same Gloria Richard Jane,
r Sleep on dear one. mention individually, but I without you. Shirley Maud, Dorothy JMTMIVMCA
.fa rest In peace andmay may the blessing of a oving Until we meet again. daughters
n' Ugti.t perpetual shine upon Savior be with each of you. Mary Ann Mitchell, sister 11 grandchildren and a host

f i Mrs. Annie Grant, widow 5 tfrothers, two children, of other relatives and .*...
THE FAMILY c THE FAMILY: 4 grands, 1 step mother friends


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\ I NW WILLIAM 211th St., N wLLiblerty 333i Joe McGirt, four brothers, ES THE MIAMI' TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

THS died sudenly City nest Charles Marvin and Wind SATURDAY JULY 28 1962 PAGE 'I
JUly 22. H is survived by his sor Jackson four Sisters, Juan ... .. 13. ;
5'--...& )lC i ifii1, .- 'liiB it ife; t3eatrit:: tWo sons, Bennie Ita, Catherine, Betty and Lor
L. e, and WillJ raine Williams, one uncle, Robert Richardson DAN PAYNE, well known Ml.
tens aHd Wp daqgh Morman, two Mar- ,. '
Range .' ... Lee,; his Betty An R, tt. b y gret Outler and Gladys aunts Carter. amlan of 601 tfWlst court, died
mother,: i r8. Sarati Mrs. Carrie D. Smith of 1740 July 22. were ,
I I D1Jlard, two"sisters' NW 153rd St., died at her Chapeljservlces: "
MesdameS ',
ALFRED "T IMP' betteriklipdUfe Mattie Harrison and Bertha JAM S U. GRANT of 15830 on July 20. She loaves to mourn conducted ThUrsqajnat 3 p.m.
MiSffl i D4y",1,\$1{: Wilson, four brothers Samuel NW 18th place died July 18. He three children, Mrs. Lillie with Rev. Aaron* ? Hall officiating.
for n, t1 If d., 1 anjs, Thomas and Alvin Dil'll ,- was survived by a wife, Artrtle, Mathews, Frank Smith and He la survived by 'hie
fri&ny '
Wfcst areas : yeai's dleHJiilyfc itL and
several children.
ris' 1 'll SerViCes were held ''on Services Jimmie Lee Fewquay one sister widow, Rosa Lee, two daughters
> Vetefil # osAlh; IJtUy
.24 at Mt Tabor were held Saturday at the chap. Mrs. Lizzie Manuel, 11
He Is survived by two sisters Baptist el. The: body was shipped to grandchildren, seven great- Mrs. Cornelia Sands and
Mesdames Miriam Stirrup, and'Lee IChurcSAMUEL Hall Funeral Home In Fitzgerald I grand children. Funeral services. Miss Mary, a son, Enisho, a
U'other-In-haw Reese one William brother, Leo, a j. LILL29f Oa, for.. fjnal. rites. I were held In Jesup, Ga., on son-in-law Osborne Sands, ft
Stirrup. 43rd *Terr'l died at' Christlari Wednesday, July 25 with thE brother and 7 grandchildren. >,.
Chapel services were held Monday P1 y 24. Mr. Lilly Royal Funeral Home in charge.
23 with
July Father
a long time Francis
Culmer officiating. Inter. Afro-American employee life of the Ilev, Charles H. Griffin of MRS. SUSIE REDDING died'in

ment at Evergreen, CO' having worked there Insurance for the i MRS. MAMIE BELL FRA& 143NW 1st court died at his the home of her daughter:
past 24 years as supervisor. IER of 22Q ,SW 114th' Aye. in home on July 23. He leaves to Mrs. Eleanor Sowell. 1236 NW
liliL MARY nARpBH, 1771 -lie is survived his Gould died, July 17. Funeral mourn a wife, Queen five 65th St., July 24. Sue 1*' also'survived
N\V 621k1 st; die July 19. MM' nUbYi two. sons by James wife services will be held on, Saturday daughters, Mrs. Ozzle harris, by a son, a sister, fiy$
iwrber Florida taw will l ? lived! iH Sam>> l hl* Bother" Rosa, ana.one July 28 at 2 p.m. at Morning Mrs. Naomi Gordon, Mrs Gladys grandchildren, 17 great-grand'
North having ifl brother &TO and e Star Baptist Church in lodge, Mrs. Cloudis Rivers and children and two nieces. Shehad
that area many years* before un'. Weaver ai 9us fled\n: Princeton with Rev. W. H. Mrs. Josephine Melvin, a son come from her home In'
coming to Miami. She tf.survlv- services Will ,be held SalffiSS Fayson, p3star, officiating Remains Willie R. Wallace.' His mother, Daytona Beach only the even-:
ed by three nieces, Mesdames July 28 at Wilson Memorial will lie at the chapel Ozzie, five sisters and two Ing before her passing and will:
Josephine Powell, Lucille John Temple, Rev.. J. H. Wilson offi- Friday until funeral Um(!. Survivors brothers. The body was shippedto be sent to Fitzgerald, Ga. for
son and Corine Lowrey; three elating. I include two sisters,. the 0, C. Thomas Funeral final rites
nephews' James, William and Annie Mae Hills and Mrs. tt'SI Home in Fort Gaines, Ga. where
Leo Dlllard. Services were held Lee Cook., funeral services and burial will
Tuesday, July 24 at Mt. Tabor Manker be held Sunday 29.
Church Rev I on July NW llth, St. died July 23.the
Purdy S. --- -
LOUIS ALTON JIMMIE EXSON of Is survived by a daughter, 'Mrs.
Brown officiating. HARTLEY of 14181 1902 NW 74th Terr., died July Dora Bell with whom she lived
21th Aye, died in his home 19. Funeral services at this Albert a sister, two grandchildren andothers.
July 13. He is survived by a time
are incomplete. Survivors Services will be held
Clara, a daughter, Eliza- Include a sister, Mrs. Avis Saturday at 2 p.m. in the chapel
beth Smith 1125 NW 2nd Ave., died July
a son-in-law
Lee Smith. The body was ship- !Scott. 21. Survivors are husband, and will be on view from 5 p.m.
ped to Holmes Emanuel a son, Charlie Thorn Friday.
Jacksonville for Funeral final rites.Home, RANDLE STEWART of mas an aunt. She will be sent .................. .........."... ".........-...."- ..."
Goulds died July 17 Arrangements to Macon, Ga., Friday night for
LUCIOUS HENRY of 2555 are Incomplete Survivors service and 'burial: and will be
NW 159th Terri. Opa-locka died Scott Include a son, Robert Lee on view in the chapel all day : BE RID OF

July 23. He is survived by a Friday.
mother, Mrs. Carrie 13., a son, I
Robert Jr. three Wil JESSIE LEE AUSTIN of 222 MRS. KATIE SAVAGE died '
Liam.. NW 22nd St. died July 21. Arrangements In Kendall: Hospital July 23. Falling, HairBy ;

an aunt Willie M. Clayton, ah I are incomplete.
uncle Clarence Mercers FUneral Survivors Include his wife, Emma MRS JEANETTE COOPER
services were held Saturday. Lee, a son, Jerry; Mrs. pioneer Mlamlan.: who residednt FridayOR i
Carah Washington, Mrs. Emma 2M5 NW 6th Place, died July
LEWIS CLAYTON, of 1328 Louise Williams, Mrs. Hattie 21. Services will be conducted
J LY3 NW 59th Studied July 17 in Brown, Mrs. Arlene Nikes, and Monday 10:30: a.m. at St. Agnes OR MONEY' BACK FROMKURASDE
'llfford Fla. Is survived by Mrs. Albertha Johnson, four F.f copal Church Fr. John E.
I \ wife Hattie, seven sisters, brothers, Tom, James, William I. Culmer, rector. Her survivors
,.q; Cora 'Toles, Mittle Bea- md Henry Austin. Include two sons, Charlie and
rice Edwards, Mayesi MeClendon John,' two brothers, Oswald and
Willie Cumming, Les- KEVIN LEE PRESSLEY of Ogden Bethel, five nieces and
,. le Clark and Ruby Jackson, 435 NW 11th Terr., apt 4 died two nephews. She will lie in re- Only Kuriwsol can make thls"clay ,T-
hree brothers, Ellis, .James and .July 29. Funeral services were pose in the chapel from 1 from ,
Dyer an aunt Bessie Pierce.Services held In the chapel on Wednesday Sunday nnd In the church guarantee. Relieves itchy"Mil
will be held Saturday July 25 at 11 a.m. Survivors 7 a.m. Monday ( |) fant. lie rid of scalp

NEVILLE A. GOULBOURNE, it 2 pm. in the chapel. are his parents. WALTER DROWN, formerlyof trouble with KURABOU KITItAHOh -
formerly of Miami, but who had 1* sold at drug stores
1811 NW Gth place, but for
been living in New Yprk City WILLIAM T. MORMAN, better -
the past! year lived at the Lin. I and beauty shops
for the past two years, died In known as "Tiddle" .of 1318 Miami Times Ads coin Memorial Nursing Home . . . . ... ......
New York City on Sunday, July NW 11th ave., died July 20., lie OoukK died In Kendall Hospital L... ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .4
15. After graduating from ''s survived by a mother, Mrs.
23. Funeral
Northwestern Senior High Mozella McGlrt, a step-father Get Fast Results are Incomplete. arrangements Drive Carefully!rI

class of 1958 he went to New .... ..
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York and entered McAllister r j"Y II ljil
School of Embalming as well as I
worked for the Beth Abraham Dade County Junior College
Hospital. He is survived by his Bernice Brown

an uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs.

Requiem Isaac Tyndell.was said Solemn Tuesday Mass of at CONTINUING EDUCATIONAL ALL THE PEOPLE OPPORTUNITIESFOR One of Florida's Leading Hair Stylist. .;

the Church of the Incarnation, MOVESTo
Father Elisha S. Clarke, vicar. FORMERLY OF VOGUE BEAUTY FAIR
Interment at Evergreen Memo- its new location during the coming week

rial Cemetery. On August 6. 1962, dOors will open at Will be' located at liter new address

1st court, died ,July 19. He Is 47, FLORIDAThe
survived. by a brother, Roosevelt new phone number will be 688-3541 4606 N.W. 7th Ave.
Baker, two cousins, Jessie
Mitchell and 'Mrs. Louise Pierce. Applications are bring accepted for classed beginning In

.Arrangements are incomplete. September. Write, phone or come to the Admissions Office
JULY 30th ,
for Information application blanks and the College Bulletin MONDAY, ,
GERMANY, 2305 NW 71st St. 2 Present Address Present Phone i A COMPLETE SUPPLY OF IMPORTED AND ':'
year old daughter of Mrs. Lucille 1895 NW 95th Street OXford 6.3231 4! :.

Hampton died July 20 at Miami, Florida OXford 6-2410 Admissions: DOMESTIC HUMAN HAIR WIGS
her home. Graveside services
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; r- : $ : *:A No. Dade Grads Get Air

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; : ', I : Force Technical TrainingLACKLAND

c AFB TEX. -
Two -1 being
reassigned okAmarillo AFB to Pun PhunBy
attend technical training
Phil Ossofer
courses following completion of
United States Air Force basic -

i military training at Lackland
AFB. I see where certain dopey
; i .. teenagers are sniffing model air-
plane glue in bags for "kicks".
: 1 ;. I can understand how one could
"\ t t3t 'fJ f get stuck on glue, but not to the
L "
extent of paying through the
v 4 nose. When that stuff goes to
your head you're left holding
.. ', the bog. t' noticed that one of
1 : the effects was low blood pres.
sure. I'll bet the parents are
: getting high blood pressure
when they find out what their
't)4 b'.1 youngsters are doing.

This vicious viscous substance
k enabling model airplanes to fly
3AtP 1 high, but causes human beingsto
"k r t ,q y9, ,tcKw'r neon 4 ,. sink low as far as six
feet down but perma
!x .. _.. ,.. _....__ 1 -.....,-.,,", "If..-..._--....- ... I ; 1 nently. It's not to be sniffed at

I These lovely models were featured in the "Fashions I J! snuffed unless one out.wants to risk being

CONVENTION Around the World" Show at the Hampton House duringthe
10th annual convention of the International Florists Airman Basic Frank Williams I Those "high" school boys who
t:. **' Association. "Jr., whose parents reside at are attempting a flight to unreality
CALENDAR 15950 NW 17th place, will attend I have a lot to learn. Per
Models, left to right: Ruby Curry, Sylvia McFord, administrative specialist haps they need a paddle to make

tty IRENE I10LAND for AN1' Jessie White, Blanche Calloway (commentator), Ruby .course.,..,... at Amarillo. them smart. After all, the end
justifies the means.
SUPREME CAMP OF THE Lazier, Shirley Turnquest, Vivian White, Carmen Dubre-
AMERICAN WOODMENJuly chat. \ This world has passed though
30-August 9 Denver Mrs. Barbara many ages. Is it about to be
Top: Glenn.a recent' bride. stuck with the mucilage?
August 4.7 Washington Northwestern will march proudly down the AnnouncementOn
AMERICAN BRIDGE ASS'NAugust aisle The choice was theirs. ,

3-11 Washington ; Schedules SummerCommencement They have chosen not to hide, I Sunday: evening, July 29.
but rather to let everyone know at 7 pm. at Greater Bethel AME
PETER CLAVER that "I" have graduated.All Church, Judy Mahoney, soprano
August 5.10 Lafayette, La. will be presented in a vocal recital -
IMPERIAL COURTDAUGHTERS the high schools In the by Linton Berrien, her vocal
OF ISIS No longer will there be a city will be represented coach and accompanist. Her
North Dade, two; Booker T. repertoire will consist of folk
August 5.10 SHRINE'RS- MinneapolisTHE stigma attached to summer Washington, four; and Northwestern and art songs of Handel, Gou
August 5.10 Minneapolis high school attendance. This 24. M nod, Verdi, Schumann, John
SIGMA GAMMA RHO year and the first time for any Work, Edward Boatner, and
Mrs. Ruth Polite noted ed
a Johnson. Put this as a"Must"
SORORITY Negro high school In the county Hall
ucator, will give the commence. 'f '
list Admissionfree.
August 5.11- Chicago there will be a graduatingclass ment address. i :. _. on your studentof
In the .W'" 'n Miss Mahoney is a
NATIONAL MEDICAL ASS'N summer. Airman Basic Ettdle E. WhitIng Linston Berrien.
August 6-10 Chicago For years, It has been the Friends son of Mrs. Charlie M. Mc-
WOMEN'S AUXILIARY TO misconception that students Day at Elroy of 16320 NW 23rd court,
THE NATIONAL MEDICAL going to summer school were will attend aircraft maintenance Save Life -
ASSOCIATION there because they were behind Mqunt Zion specialist course at Amarlllo. a
August 6.10 Chicago In their studies. Many of the Both airmen are 1962 graduates Drive Carefully!

NATIONAL CONVENTION OF students who attend summer Sunday, July 29 Is Friends of North Dade High. ....... .,.,...... -"""" ..
sessions do not have this --------- -
GOSPEL CHOIRS AND fallIng Day, sponsored by the Missionary !c :
.. They are there for many Society. All friends of the BARBECUEAND
and varied but PEOPLES DRUG
reasons true
church are cordially invited to
August 6.10 St. Louis
enough, some are there because worship with us on this occa LUNCHEONETTE
they did not think quickly sion. I
enough. FR 4-5874
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On Friday evening, July 27 than this that a man lay down
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o hu been Highview Homes Inc. JOBS
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daily It- pm. to 0 p.m. Thursday p attt PaY Ro1sh N layoffs
tj''p.m.to 0 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m. : Honeymoon Special paid Sidi tear. Moat New f
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4' ,j; Y Eleanor Roosevelt To PresideAt

y s'-, jr; ..,c : Debutante. CotillionMrs.

Franklin Delano Roosevelt I Young people from all over the
the first lady of the world I world will be seen as debutantesand
and Mrs. Robert F. Wagner the sub-debutants along with
; number one lady of New York their youthful escorts.
I ; City will both preside over the
1061 International Cotillion at Purposely sponsored during
the Waldorf storms, October 12, the opening week of the General
19C2, as Honorary Chairmanand Assembly of the United Na
Co-Chairman respectively. tions, the committee is using
the /"Who's Who" list of diplo-
Presented by the National matic circles from which to
ouncll of Negro Women for the draw distinguished guests.
benefit of the Mary McLeoxlRethune
; Memorial EducationalFund Last year's Cotillion was rep
'ok a the Cotillion's distinguished uteri" to ttf a highlight of New
& list of co-chairmen will also York's fall season In that it at
Include the Honorable Bessie tracted participants and pa
Buchanan, Mr. Ralph J. Dun he. trons from as far away as Hong
and Mrs. Oscar Ruebhausen. : Kong and as close as 42nd St.

According to Miss: L. Height, i All proceeds from the Ball,
nothing has the drawing and contributions
been overlooked that would add i, will go to further the aim of
to the presentation of these the NCNW to build an Educational -
debutantes from many countries ,, Center and erect the first
with many cultures. Their participation monument to an American Nero -
will give the Cotillion (Mary McLeod Bethune) In

p P---- -. a truly International Flavor.I I Washington' D.C.

Lorillard Looks Up S. Air Force Flight Leader sta.I income because of severe and workers are eligible for disability
tinned in Massachusetts long-lasting disability. I benefits regardless of age
I SOCIAL SECURITY If they became disabled before
Lt. Col. Although the employment requirements
Former TV Guests James a veteran fighter I age 18.
: pilot who saw service In Korea, are different from
how commands the U. S. Air those set by law for retirement A booklet which explains tho
NEW YORK- r. Lorillard Coni. Force's England teal Fighter or death benefits, most workers major provisions of the disability
pany, the nation's oldest tobacco Squadron in with Ufl much as five years of.. protection under social security
-0)IIIIt- a covered work (Including military "Jf You Become Disabled
decided tii
company, recently ttt l Idol Jldria Locterman
: the coy young JIIoI-/NIOIllIA! !/ IFIAI service. In many Instances) ," is available from any social
Ulp some of those persons who had miss who won,$32,000 on Kent. ,
the RIiOImr1IID"ITII t1f.U" OOVIIMU" during the ten year period Vending security office on request,
appeared on television shows which Sponsored $64,000 Challenge," is with the onset of disability Mr. Blonston said.Dugie's .

the company sponsored in by-gone student now an In atttactive her late, well-adjusted teens. :Miss Many employed people and are protected.The -- -

years. Lockerman is a student at Morgan their dependents have insurance feature of the disability
Many Negroes had to State in Baltimore, Md., protection they are not awareof protection least understood Guest HouseThe
the appeared where she on campus. according to Edward P the eligibility of dependents for
Company-sponsored shows In
Blonston, district manager of benefit payments when tru' house of clean
which eluding "Chance of a Lifetime," Negro stars who have appearedon the Miami North office of the worker Is found disabled These rooms
elected !participants from "Cain's Hundred" of which Lori- Social Security Administration of In addition to the I .
the ranks of lesser known profs Hard is are, course, Open 24 hour NE 4.3851
,sional entertainers a participating sponsor Include A recent the Bureau benefits paid to the disabled i I.
; "Judge for Dorothy Dandr dge, former survey by benefits Seeing Believing
Yourself," a talent show hosted of Old-age, Survivors and worker. Dependents
by heavyweight boxing champion Jersey See for clean
be paid to minor children, u* room
the late famed Insurance found that may
comedian Fred
I Disability
Joe Walcott, and Ivan Dixon.I
Allen; "Two for the Money," a only about a fourth of tho men and when at least one child Is Jamaica Dugie, always 'a
quiz show with popular entertainer Sammy Davis, Jr., has appeared and women interviewed were eligible, the wife Is also eligible friend
Herb Shrlner in segment of the that their social security regardless of her age. Also disabled
which featured a a llennescy aware 2941 NW 47th St. Miami
and ,
adult daughters
man and woman, usually a married series of which Lorillard is also a i rontributions were buying
couple; and "Queen for a Day," a participating} sponsor (I them protection against loss of of disabled, retired, or deceased INDP

rationally, sponsored. radio pro. -....... .. .11.....&<1>..- -
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Lorillard makers of Kent, Newport $ .50 NIGHTINGALE COLLEGE
TV Service Calls
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Miss Carroll also went on to
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THE MIAMI TJM. t:$ 7- MIAMI, FLORIDA: 'Held Annual Picnic -


'. .vr t II.L r.. ,. 1 'I. 1 ....L d The held Sunshine Its annual CommunityClub picnic on IFor 5 c4ei1urry : '

Virginia Beach Thursday July
19. The president Mrs. Odessa .
'FOR A, CHURCHfOINGCOUPLEFurnished James who had just returned l
from the State Association of
1 bedroom 'home, dining room, living Colored Women's Cdubs convention iurry
In Beach and all, !
room, closed porch, kitchen, deep lot, quiet Area, of the members Daytona of-the club gave : !. ; : !
$400 down $69 month. '$4,800 ,total, No! qualifying. their guest a most enjoyable. ,: I' !
afternoon There was plenty of :
food,and drink Including cake f ; :1 y c.
-p.- pies, and barbecued chicken and '
I ribs which was cooked on the \ ., ,I ,'..:, BRAND ,NEW
A VERY COMFORTABLE HOME beach. ','" '. "
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Some pf the guests present ,. edroom 2 bath .
Large dining room, front)land rear porches, garage were Mrs.'Iona Cook, Mr.. and ..l' ,. *!' .M) '
and carport. 3 bedroom CEIS, includes 1 air condition.' Mrs. Lewis Blake and son, Mrs. f .:
Ida Brown, Mrs. Ella Lampkins. .
er and refrigerator,' Only $74 month, $400 down Mrs. Juanita Thompson and ; Low:Down Payment :

FHA term .. ., son Mrs. Marie Price Mrs.
Anna Allen, Mrs. Ruth Bethel .
j and daughters, Mrs..'Oeorgiana "/ ,,. : ::}#;':.Low Monthly, Payments
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Johnson, Mrs. >
MargaretRey* 'r.\ {; ""'j
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nolds and grandsons, Mrs:. Mae >;t; : > ; \ -
FOR A LARGE FAMILYBrand Woods, Mrs.: Bernice ,Johnson ,\: ., .filj t:i i\ifui'\ 'Richmond, Heights"
and daughter, Mrs: Evelyn: ''" ::; ,
4 bedroom 2 bath, city water, city lights. Raulerson and sons, Mrs., Rc/e,
new Burke and son, Mrs. Mary OPEN SUNDAY 2 TO 6 P.M.
; Corner. $1,000 down, JOp month. MOVE IN ,NOW. Blach, Mrs. Colette Warren
Tallahassee, many others whose
No qualifying.
names we did not get.
14970 thru 15100 Fillmore'Street
Everyoneexpressed having
had a wonderful time, and is
BEN FINKEL 'lookingforward to next year's .
picnic ,
Reg. Ream Eptate Broker I See you in September.W. ORA D. TAYLOR, Agent

I. Sands, reporter
1316 NW 7th Stree FR'7-4938 Odessa James, president M. H. M. Inc Days 667.6984

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