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: August 25, 1962
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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. ""a. r _39, YEAR: No 52 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1962 18 PAGES 10 CENTS

,:._ School Board"Charged!.. With I Racial- Bias U.S.' Judge Says Stop '


,1 :" Choate, Balks; New Orleans Tuesday. papers because' the case was I Law .
Pupil Assignment
O. E. GraveS' Jr., counsel for I .
Graves Goes toS the NAACP, said he mailed A Graves contends, in his latest

Court of petition for a writ of mandamus !petition, that the Rev. Theodore Three large Florida countieswere regatlon.
Appeals the Federal District R. Gibson and other plain
ordering Court to the Gibson tiffs in the original suit filed ordered Tuesday by Federal Previous federal court rulingshad

Eight Negro parents whosQ school desegregation reopen case, for all Dade Negroes "as a Judge Bryan Simpson of shown that the "good
children < Class." He claims the Jacksonville their
were denied entranceto that "case to Integrate
of Florida
all-white schools here, car.ried The parents sought to Inter Is not closed according to the public school systems and to faith application"
charges of racial bias t vene as plaintiffs In that case, unmodified decree therein stop using the state's pupil assignment pupil assignment law would re-
against the Dade County I but District Judge Emett Cho Under orders handed down law to maintain dual sult In Integration of schools,
School Board to the Fifth U.S. ate Instructed Court Clerk J. by District Judge Joseph P. facilities for Negro and white Simpson said.

Circuit Court of Appeals In L. Bogart not to accept the Lleb on March 17, lOGO, the students. "But the evidence shows

School Board was directed to Permanent Inlunctlons were that Florida pupil assignmentlaw
permit each student to state hU
issued by Simpson against has been used to perpetuate -
preference law under and the pupil assignment school board of Duval (Jack. segregation and not to accomplish -
to give
consideration" to each such sonville:; ), Volusla (Daytona good faith desegregation -
Beach) and Hlllsboro (Tampa) he added. "The Floridapuph
preference without'''. "*: regard to counties. The boards were ,given : assignment law does not
'( race orders to submit plans for an adequate remedy
He returned the ) docu provide
,, legal complete racial Integration of
ment to Graves Bogart said, all students, teachers and other -
because Choate held it was court personnel, as well as finances Simpson said he anticipatedthat
policy not to reopen. cases once to their public school) the three counties could
closed. systems by October 30, begin operating completely integrated *
3k Seven of Graves' clients are schools by next Janu
I parents of children who have The orders also enjoined the ary. He ordered that by ,October
been, assigned to the all-Negro boards Immediately from using 30 discrimination In the
k junior high Instead of the all. provisions of the state pupil as- school system must' be eliminated

I,white- Palmetto Junior High. slgnmcnt law to maintain seg.w on all levels.

18 Drown, State's Worst Tragedy .. I

--Tragedy' struck Quincy last also perished. was 'br' the boat and''iii bbed
t' Saturday when 18 persons, Including hold It. 'don't really remem
17 children, drowned as I The lone survivor was 11 ber much after that."
;FAMU HONOR GOES TO CIVIC LEADER The merl- an over-loaded boat capsizedon I year-old Jerome lie held on until he was rescued -
\ a lake during a church pic told police that he wassslttinaenear by two white fishermen.
,torius achievement award from Florida A&M Unfvcrisity -, Boule when the rear end Skin divers recovered the other -
is being awarded to Miami' civic leader Charles nlc.Most of the children were of the boat suddenly sank as ; bodies Bouie was found
*Hadley during the summer commencement exercises. members of the primary class some of the children moved toward with one child in his arms; u
: of the Blessed Hope Missionary them. All went down. I I'small boy on his back with his
President George W. Gore.Jr. (left) made? the presenta I
Baptist Church Sunday School. Jerome told officers: "I arms clutched around Bouie's
:tion. Mr. Hadley wals presented by J. R. E.! Lee Jr., vice One family that of Mattle I didn't know what happened at neck; a little girl held tightlyhis
{fpresident. '. Mae Watson lost 7 of its 12 first I heard a couple of them waist and a boy held one of
children, another lost 4, and out 'help me' and they all his legs.
another 2. Joseph Bouie, 25, tried to grab hold of Mr. Itoule. I The church, pastored by the
y. I superintendent of the Sunday I was by myself and when 1 Rev, Robert Greene, suspended

..Pin-Land Bowling Lanes School and operator ot'the boat came up out of the water I all services Sunday

; ;t;-! [Opening Thursday, Night

r t .'"4 t Have you ever seen a ton of mixed, couples: family, feen age 4
" 't' "*r frankfurtherg That Is what is and golden age' groups
Jin store for you If you make it <
: j ; 'a point to be at Pin-Iatnd BowlIng -

" Lanes Thursday evening. 16 Miamians Get

f franks and soft drinksare
f fIRed
only a small portion of, the FAMU
. many surprises in store for Degrees
;you during the opening week
end of 14ia r1i'8 finest bowling doe
establishment at 1975 NW 36th hundred and'seventy.- :

". St. There will also be bowling four persons received degrees'. I
+ exhibitions by' some of yam from1! Florida Agricultural and
iavorite local bowlers, free Mechanical University, JTalia I
:... :bowling instructions, prizes; ,
? hassee during the
. ". 'and favors. *.- r'I ; i ffusmx r i
commencement exercise on
Pin-Land will have the new I August 10.
est and most, modern bowling I Ir.acI11U
s' available Seven Miamians In the. group
AMF ln. pott.er lanes, each 'of won degrees in the undergradu

rhiclll *! Is equipped with Tel- -'. ate. school. They are: Robert n.J ).
scorer< projectors.
Brown, 3020 NW,52nd, St.:.,Mr..
V Among the other facilities ta Charlene A. Lopez, 1150 NW
be provided at'' Pin-Land will btf 66th St.; Miss Grace,J. Murphy
a large snack bar, a meeting 1241 NW 65th St.; NathanielUSS
-room for clubs and organizations 10290 NW 173rd Terr.;
; and a nursery for bowling Miss Patricia A. Sconlers, 1843
mothers. NW 64th St.; Mrs. Ellshama S,,
Starke, 1200Frow:, Ave.
I A large turnout in expected
'over the holiday weekend with Receiving masters degrees
many civic and professional were: Douglas M.. Davis,. 1171
,leaders as well as stars from i NW 56th St; ,Ebenezer' Ed Cross Volunteers Win Awards tC'h..j.tin-Ho.pital- t I
'the entertainment world. wards 1CC3 NW 157th St. Rd.; .
A,. 1 I. Although) many teams, are I If' I'Mrs. Eoru M. Murvin, 6068-A. The first group of American July 12 and Aug. 8. Miss Constance Standing Evelyn) Peyton. '
.forming* for league competition NW 27th Ave.; Mrs. Ida K. Me Red Cross High School Volun- Butler, volunteered the Everlena Peterson, Dora Hubert \
''there Is still room on (he bowl-... Kay 15040 Monroe St.; Bernard teens to give service at Christian highest number of hours-181.
$ling schedule for day time as I[J.'Pennington, 15050 Pierce St; Hospital received American Miss Mazle O. Wilson Is porn Johnson, Gloria
L as evening and late night :[I Miss Eryclna Rahmlng, 5510NW ( Red Cross pins, stripes Lanler, Constance Butler, Hen 4
well g. Leagues already information I 10th Ave.; Nathaniel Rolle, and 'certificates, Wednesday, sor.Volunteer Red Cross workersat rietta McCormick, and Rebeeca I IRolAnson.
have not restricted. 2022 NW 72nd St.; Robert ,IL Aug 8, In a special recognition Christian Hospital Includes: : Not shown are Viola
;;themselves to any age or sex Saunders 5-10 NW 14th fit! ceremony given In their honor Sitting Betty Ross, Ann Cooper Folds Roderlqua Stump, J.cquelyn. -
lx>th men's and women's teams Miss Margie L. Savage, 1770 NW55th These young people donated a Jennifer Gaitor and Ophelia I Wilcox and Janis Wig

'pave been f .formed-m f 43 swell, as' Terr. .total' of 1,123 hours between Thompson. g1n Johnson photo. .. .


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Miami ,Authors Discuss ,.
)PAGE 2 SATURDAY AUGUST 28, 1&62 'Shine SeizedMetro

vice squad officers Book At Florida A & M
Albany Churches Refuse smashed a still early Saturday
morning nabbing two men and -
210 ballons of mash. TALLAHASSEE Three Mrs. Gwendolyn Sawyer

Negroes Three ArrestedALBANY Captured at $021 NW 64th St. Florida women, authors of a Willis Cherry, and.'-graduates:Mrs. Pauline Qf Florida Styles
; were Lee Vickerson, 24, and biography of Negro tfbmen A ahd M University, along with
'-' - Jimmy Grier, 23 They will be were,In Tallahassee recently to Mrs.Ruby L. Thomas, af graduate
Ga. Three Negroes Negroes also attempted to arraigned before Davis.U. S. Commissioner meet acid greet the .summer of Allen University, were
Were arrested Sunday attend church services at six Roger students, faculty and staff of presented at a '"meet' the authors
other!white churches In Albany Florida A;and M University.The reception" In the Florida
When to ,attend
they attempted In Color," Room of the Student Union
:services at the White First police said they moved on book, "Portraits .
Baptist Church In Albany. ked to leave. The otherchurches Save a Life was published recently by Pageant Building
were Vine Memorial Press. The book presents The authors, ,who are staff
J. J. Lalrsey, assistant chief Baptist, Central Baptist, Avalon Drive Carefully! short Biographical sketches of members of Northwest I\gh< ;
of'police, said the Negroes were Methodist. St. Paul's Epis women in many walks of life.It School, Miami, Were '*on hand
arrested on a loitering charge copal, the First Presbyterianand ._......... ._..... ... w discusses early historical per- In the main foyer of Tucker
after they refused to leave the The Church of Christ. tonalities: as well as well- Hall to discuss their book with
church when asked to do so by FRIENDLY GROUPKINDERGARTEN known figures. I interested Individuals.
the chief usher.
The Negroes, jailed under .

ert$200 M bond Klnlock, were of the New Rev.York Rob, SHOOTINGJes WE" 'MIL 'BUILD' ON YOUR !' OT

Miss Johnnie Mae Cooper of
New York and Mrs. Unlta Turn James Porter, owner of Will open its fall session NO CASH REQUIRED
blen of AlUany.Catholic Jesse Red's Bar at 6214 NW 18thAve ,
was charged with aggra Tuesday morning Sept. 4,
vated assault Sunday in the 1962 at' the school 1466 NW choose from
20 different plans to
shooting of a patron in an ar ,5th Place.
ChurchIn gument at the bar For information call .
The wounded man, Jimmy Registration: is now in I
Richmond Hts. Harper, 30, of 1805 NW 62nd
St. wrecked his car as he at. progress JOE BURTON 4221 Hallandale Blvd
tempted to drive himself to a For further informationCall
Dedication SundayThe hospital with a bullet wound in 374-0247 or FR 1.5750
Homes Inc.
his chest Highview
recently completed Harper, who smashed into a After 8 p.m. call ,
Church of Christ the King In building on NW 17th ave. near OX 1,6451
Richmond Heights will be dedicated 40th St, was listed in serious Hollywood, Fla. Near Carver Ranches
by Bishop Coleman F. condition at Jackson Memorial Mrs. Vera B. Durham
Carroll at 10 a.m. Sunday, Aug. Hospital from the bullet wound Supervisor (just east of'Hem e Federal Bank)
:20. and accident Injuries. A31
Porter, 57, of 6223 NW 18th '
: Miami WI 5.0661-'Hollywood 'YU 9-0113
Following the blessing of the
Ave, was lodged In ..
county Jail. "V 1 "'LLll a
new structure located at SW '
160th St and 112 Ave., Pontifi -.Jl -
cal Low Mass will be celebrat .
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'. SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1962 PAGE 3 Bride 'of Herman Houston Leaders Forming

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Voters League Holds SessionAt Beverly Lenore Clarke, $500,000 National Bank
daughter of Mrs. Ruth Clarkeof I
1340 NW 5th Ave., and Mr. ,
Bethune-Volusia Beach Arnold Clarke of Miami, was HOUSTON, Tex (ANP) I Jesse E. Gloster associate
joined In holy matrimony to A $500,000 national bank, which j I professor of economics at Texas
Approximately 40 officers fected will enable the .
and Negro ", I will serve not only the Houstonarea I Southern University here has
members of the Florida voter who Is concentrated In ;
Voters League, Inc., Including the metropolitan areas to lie a I but adjacent communitiesas served as chairman of the subscription
delegates from nearly half of key factor In the determination I well is being organized here committee for the pro.
the 22 affiliated chapters thru of members of the State Legislature 4 by enterprising Negro leaders posed bank and Dr. Edward D,
out the state met for a one day : with the cooperation of other Irons professor of finance at
session Sunday at Bethune- The following committees banking Institutions TSU, will be the presIdent.
Volusia Beach. were appointed by Singleton to
report to the body at the next William Thomas Jr., Is acting The men who are leading the
Routine business was quick. meeting In RMera Beach In late chairman of the Riverside As movement to taMl 'h the
lv disoosed of and the remain November: sociated with Edward Tlllman, bank have had the support of
der of the session was taken up Fund Raising W. A. McMil who will be the executive vice a number of upcoming Negro
with a lively discussion of lan, James E. Hucrer, James L lk president of the bank and will leaders and many well.established
"Methods of Registration ,and Daniels ,Joshua Hlllman Bernard direct Its management once It white businessmen In the
Methods of Fund Raising," two Singleton Mrs. Florence Is established. community.
vital Issues of Immediate Im Nelson and J. A. Reddlck. i
portance to the state organization Committee on Registration -
and the affiliated county: Methods: Ed Davis L B. Davis I HOME SERVICE CALLS
chapters. L. P. Moses Joseph H Haynes T V 'PO.ao
Frank L. Sampson, T. J. Walker I PL 1-8381
I James R. Huger of the Volu- ,
and Mrs. Bessie ,
! pf h Countv 'chanter opened the Dyett. RADIO[ REPAIR SALES TRADE-IN
Program: Maxwell W. Saxon
meeting with Introductory re Norman E.Jones,George Ingra- FREE DELIVERY AND PICK UP
marks stressing the ,responsibility ham L. Mitchell and Lee Written guarantee on all our work
of the League to continuea
their Haynes. Sale on Payment Plan, Without Finance Charges
stepped un pace In registration Other officers y d any
principal League
I'' affairs and to get out are L. V. Davis of Gaines. 5 KNOW YOUR TV MAN AND SAVE MONEY
the vote election days. He fur Mrs. Beverly Clarke Dorxett
yule secretary; Ed Davis of JOE SCOTT
ther reminded those of
treasurer and
their responsibility to analyzeand Ocala appointed public relations recently director Herman Wellington Dorsett II Authorized factory TV repair and sales

Interpret the candidates Norman Jones of St. son of Mr. and Mrs. Winfred 923 N.W. 62nd Street PL 1.8381
and the issues to the elector Petersburg. Group discussionsat Dorsett of 3295 NW 43rd Terr., I
ate In their respective commun the close of the meeting at In private marriage 'ceremonies
dinner. held Monday morning at the
ities.At parsonage of Greater Bethel
the conclusion of his remarks -

dore Singleton. Huger of presented Jacksonville Isa- "What Happens To with AME Church the Rev., 243 S.,NW A. 8th Cousin St.,, STAR NEAT MARKET

League president who presidedover Your 3 to 6 Year- pastor, officiating.
,the session. The bride Is a recent graduate -
Olds During Day"I of Florida Nand M Univer 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
,Welcome greetings were ex '''! child needs sity In Tallahassee and the
tended bv Volusia County SherIff .
bridegroom recently graduatedfrom
I good nursery school and. kindergarten
Rod D. Thursbv. Maxwell W. ,Howard University.
: training. There are
Saxon and John Dickerson, af
ter which the meeting was i two well equipped day care Following the ceremony the
opened for business. 'centers In the Liberty City area newlyweds left for New York THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
with trained experienced tech. City, where they will reside.
Several speakers cited .Unimportance ers. They are located at the .
of the trend of the James E. Scott Homes, 7200 NW

Increasing number of Repbllcan 22nd.ave.. and the Liberty Miami Times Ads
candidates for statewide, dis Square Housing Project, 0300 Fresh Meat-Low Prices
trict and county elective offices NW 14th Ave.Register .
and the Increasing evidence of your child now at ,Get Fast Results
strong Republian organizationwhich the James E. Scott Community
Is gradually bringing Association, 1133 NW 66th St. -- --
Florida Into the ranks of states from August 20 through Aug.
with a strong two-party system 31, 9 a.m. to 5
'oti which will give greater significance Beginning September 4th
and Importance to the register your child at either
Negro vote In the state. center. Registration fee $1.00 -
The subject of reapportionment weekly fee $0.00. For further Open
was one of the key sub- information call this office PL
jects discussed which when ef 8-4791 or PL 8-4792.


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4- SATURDAY, AUGUST .25, 1962 Class of '53 PartyI First Fine Arts Notice to BTW'
.- I The .craslS or 1953 of Dorsey Concert Thursday '7th Graders
High School cordially invites
j I'everyone to attend a house parity ''lrri zids' of-:the' Fine 'Arts Here'rf 'an,L' im ortant" :an. *
J I Saturday, August 27, 8 p.m. Conservatory and others Interested nouncement to all 7th grade stub
... at the home of Lucille Fpxer, An goodA>music are cordially dents who will .attend Booker
-.- ..- .- -- -- 6327: tfWISth place. T. Washington High School this
-- -- -- invited -t'b the first concertof
-- I- f Hegulan'i 1 i'*1,meeting of the class the 1962-63 season at the term.The V '
Main Offlie nt 0740 N.W. 13th Avenue Phone OX 1.0121 will be'.held: at ,the Liberty F AC'"audiMrittft; '615 NW I60th brinclp&f and faculty
Itrnnrh nt 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami Floridv-Fbone FR 8223II ti Square 'auditor um, Wednesday St. .:this Thursday, Aug. 30 '4 lt would like to meet all ?th grad
29 ,, 8, 8:30-: :p.m. ers at a, special assembly, Fri
; at
h.). SKilSMUND REEVES, Editor and PublisherUAItTII Ii' Aug., p.m. I day morning, Augk ,31 at, 8.30; in
O. REEVES, Managing Editor The concert will feature the the auditorium'. '
---.-it- popular' Miami ,tenor, William

OXK VUAIt, #5.00 tfUISSCItllTION.:- SIX MONTHS RATES$3.00 FOREIGN 96.00 !High Fashion Wigs (pianist-teacher Willie)' Williams Pamela and concert Harris, reception' work will In.follow Hew the York concert A
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Member of the 88 j.tdNf'gro; Press ,.who l leaves this September for ..
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association I i.
At ModernisticProperly 1
ICnt*ml<< as Second Clans Matter, August 0, 1027, at the Post Officeat : Rand, ip "'*: Kiddie Inn Kindergarten
Miami Florida, under the art of March 3,, 1870
'fitted '
"CREDO OF TILE!: NEGRO PRESS" Easy to care for 1425 NW 54th St. '
THE NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead the world : '
from racial and national Antagonisms. when It accords to every man Remarkable camouflage
regardless of race!, color oi creed, his human and legal; right; Hating Something different Registration: now in progress... Pick 'up service
'It' man fearing no mim-the Negro; Press strives to help every man Others comparison
In the finn belief that all men are hurt as long as anyone is held no ::1Hot?' lunches, afternoon ,snacks. {Experienced teacher
tack ,Never out of place .
< {Light feather i' j
as a '
Improves appearance OX, 1-7988 or OX 1-2921
The election held on Tuesday with five amend +Thrilling to wear

,:ments to Metro's Charter, known as the Crandon amend- Youthful lookingFor
ments attracted only 66,761 out of 397,878 registered a wig that's different, I
styled to fit your personalityand
voters in Dade County.
does something for yon, let
Two of the five amendments were voted upon favorably VIVIAN fit you with one of her I Cox's
high fashion wigs made of KindergartenOpen
human hair .
No. 2, which makes it necessary for the commissioners
to approve appointments made by the Manager and THE MODERNISTIC
No. 3 which makes it necessary for, the manager's' ordersto For RegistrationThe
be approved by 'the commissioners.The .

voters wanted no change in the operation of the 826 NW 3rd, Ajve. ,, ',C X.-. of, Cox' Kindergarten, 1753 NW' 4th Ct,

Port Authority' and they decided to keep the Metro Phone FR 4-9944 with to 'thank the parents and teacher for making
courts and 13 judges instead of having nine judges as 'the swimming clinic a success this summer. ,
provided for in amendment No. 5. By appointments only Registration ,i* now .in progress for the fall term '
For, information call FR 1-8488 or OX 1-1834
Maniager/ Irving McNayr is not at all pleased ,
County f
MR d..MtS.: W. O COX
WORKING MOTHER wants elderly : ; OwnersMIDWAY
the election. He feels that
with !'the result curtailing .
I woman to care for email 4ar I .,
his power means a lack' of confidence in his ability as children. Live In. Contact Mrs. ,'," '
Metro's manager. He will ask the commission for a vote McDonald, 3135 NW 48th Terr.. -
of confidence. If it is not given, then he will take a walk,

leaving the $30,000 a year position. FOR RENTFURNISHED PARK fiSH HOUSE '

The consensus of opinion is that the vote of confidence weekly rooms. '>3. ." '
$8.50 single $10 double. Mae'sPoitier' :
will be given. At least we hope so.
In our opinion Manager, McNayr has done a pretty Guest Ave., Opa House-locka.2170 Washington 2230 NW 62nd St. Call OX '14269 ,

good job with Metro and we would like to see him con; I'I I

tinue for a while anywtoy. ; THIS IS NOT A SALE IT'S OUR EVERY DAY
Day Nursery and /- "
We also hope there will be no necessity for further PRICES, ".
Amendments to the charter' before Metro has been given Kindergarten

time enough to justify the change to Metropolitan' govern- Pick up and delivery service .1 lb., lb.

ment. Hot meals are served dally W... Coast Lg Mullet 27c Yellow Tails 43oRed
s Hours 7 a.m. to :5 p.m. r r. .
registration Is going on now at Snapper 43c Butter Fish 43c

KEEP MIAMI CLEANThe 1480 NWl 69th St. Catk Fish 49c Grouper ,Fillet 59c

Department of Public Service of the City of Mi- Phone PL 1.2659DORA'S Lobster sac Boiled Fish Heads 59c
ami and the Dade County Tuberculosis and Health Assoc-
Snapper Fillet ISc 25c
iation have launched a drive to keep Miami cleian. 62c -
All residents are asked to keep their yards and surroundings This Is ,pot half'of'our fI sth. Come down to;the freshest_fish
clean,. land Ito take ,more pride in, the places KIDDIE'KOLLEOE ,-, .,.
where, they live. market In town. Thank you. We'll see youJWe % "

Ernest A. Fort, director of the Department of Public NOW REGISTERING i .clean'all fish we,aellancH deliver ;

Safety, v\vtas' high in his praise of downtown residents for Hours 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. ,. -

,the improved. cleanliness of, the area., \ Pick up and Delivery ,I I .' '

It' is requested that all garbage be drained of liquid Hot lunch '

matter and well wrapped in paper, and that newspapers 2450 NW 160th ST. ; Held. -over for. the 4th week at the
and magazines not deposited in the container should be
securely bound and neatly' stacked and placed (alongside Call ,NA 1-7381 ;

the garbage can.. I LIFE BAR

City Ordinance No. 6112 Section 3, reads:

"The City of Miami is not responsible for the collection PONDER'SACADEMY Cor. 5th St., Collins Ave., Miami Beach
or hauling of discarded building materials, dis- *
darded household furniture' or furnishings, dirt, rock, ; .: A Sizzling All Sepia Review
plaster, metal or other like.,,material originating from'private ,2948 NW 55th St. r '
property. The removal and disposal of such materialis ,. *
the responsibility of the owner, occupant, lessee or Open House :', :This Week Starring
tenant of said property. Rubbish collection and disposalby Sunday, August 26 .
the city is restricted to normal yard trimmings from 1 p.m. until ; ;, JO ANN COURSEY j r

improved residential -property." 635-9403 (LITTLE GIRL WITH BIG VOICE)
Refreshments Free !

CAPITOL THEATRE NOW' I ,.JOSE: -Cuba's Silver ,Prince of Dance

Inside The Rock Called Alcatraz They Tried To ChaIn A Volcano I ,
formerly of the
Witi ;All-Star Revue
Beauty Salon wishes her:

BURT LANCASTER I many customers, to know of:, MUSIC BY'
her new location which is
BIRDMAN known as Freddie Grant's' Organ ComboNew
Ma' tie's House of Beauty
OF ; 5326 NW 17th Are. Every Tftmday Celebrity Night
f fva
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operators Casual Wear"-.,Dance Till 5 um. ;
"MAN FROM BITTER RIDGE" Lex Barker MatalU Grant \
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THE MIAMI TIMES -a MIAMI, .' FLORIDA,I I Mrs. Sarah Belle 1 : : ( :

SATURDAY... .,..,..-AUGUST_ _25---4---, 1962 1 PAGE'/'...-6-I Sets up Calanthes. "' .Mew Custosn Built Home

sl sis.I L 4444.I. .&&,I iiiL1 111i \
:" In, Sarasota ..' :,:

.a.;:.... Personal: 11/.teIltQn to Princess Sarasota sSarah Aug.; D.19 were' '.went'she Career N.W. 10th Place & 46th St.

r met a -group of Calanthe at"thq ,. .
i ---- ------- there '
home of Mrs Wheeled
Sunday at 7:30 p.m. Rev. EY National Real Estate Brokers' i she set Up a hew Tent of Dramatic .' : ;i *' \ OPEN SUNDAY 2 to 6 P.M.

nest Hutcheson juvenile pas- Convention in Dallas, Texas. Order Princesses of Omar} 'd'
tor and houseparent at the Some of the officers elected -0 ter.
Dade County Children's HomeIn Carl Hanna was in the Chris. were:' Princess Stella Wheeler
Kendall, will be the guest tian Hospital a few days. this past Grand Empress; Princess .
speaker at St. Paul's Baptist week suffering from an attack',Charlie Mae Turner, Grand >* 3. 2 Full Bathrooms

Church In Nassau, Rev. A. S. of virus. He is mprovlng 'Empress; Princess Mamie Ba ..

Colebrook is the pastor. Both T. Bonlvy attended the'B. M. ker, stop Grand was Princess.A also made. at the FORMICA KITCHEN CABINETS AND VANITIES
ministers are graduates of the (X of the Odd Fellows and home of Mrs. Edith Major,
American Baptist Theological Household of Ruth in 'Baltimore Grand Registrar of Deeds OVEN WITH HOOD GAS HEAT TUB
Seminary at Nashville, Tenn; last week. He arrived '
; Courts of Calanthe.,
home Saturday night. II; Enroute ttbme she stopped at ENCLOSURE GLASS SLIDING DOORS TO PATIO
James Chambers of Baltimore the home of-: Sir Thomas, Deputy -
Nathaniel ''
returned home on Saturday af Dr. is ill at Grand Chancellor at Fort
ter a few days' visit to o u r Mt. Sinai Hospital., Myers. He promised to help all
city. While here he was a guestat MMM MMM M wC*
he can to get the D. O. K. 0.
the Hampton House. Mr. Mrs. Leila Roberts Williams started in his city. .
Chambers Is a teacher In the has returned from Nashville, I Princess Sarah D. Belle, Deputy -
Baltimore School system.. Tenn., where she spent an extended Imperial Empress; Votary Days 667.6984 Nights UN 5.8728
i u i vacation. While there W. L. Belle, reporter.
Mrs. Lull Hughes of Ocllla, she was organist of St. Anslam &i&3ii&i&&
Ga., spent two weeks here vis Episcopal Church and furnish. *
iting her sister, Mrs. Mary ed nuptial'' music for the fashionable Attorney Graves To -- "*" "
Jenkins, and other relatives.. wedding of Miss Jac-
Mrs. ,Hughes. left on Thursdayfor quelin, Cooper of Miami,to"Dr. Address Brokers Get Wise! Let Your Money
other cities In Florida to Joseph Gray of Meharry Medical
visit other relatives beCore'go.. College. Attorney G. E. Graves Jr., will
Ing home. While here she wor address the Dade County Real Work For You !
shipped at St. James AME Mr. and Mrs. Jamea 11111 of Estate Board, Sunday, August
Church where Mrs. Jenkins Is New York City were hou e.1 I 26, 4 p.m. at the residence of Mr. ,
mother of the church. guests recently of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Cliff Baker, 3162 NW $800 Down $16,500 Total $116 Mo. pays all
Major Lewis and Mrs. Lewis' 47th St. This will be the first 2 bedroom 2 bath home plus 1 bedroom 1 bath
Earl of series of three lectures
's. a on
Friends of brother, Johnny Davis at their I apt. with separate entrance. One FHA No
are pleased to know that she is home, 15830 Bunche Park. : wills, codicils, and estates. mortgage
convalescing at homq after a Drive. Mrs. Hill is a' sister of This is ,. the regular monthly closing costs. 1350 NW 45th Street.
week in Mt. Sinai Hospital. Mr. Lewis. While ln meeting of the Real Estate I
Jtms community '
$1,000 Down '
Board and its auxiliary. All $15,500.Total payments to suit
Mrs. Lewl3and d3u Iter.Sberyll
;;1 Jt rs. W rren, Welters ,has ,r* ,I and Mm: ll\\;visit\- members 'of the aSked board and its CBS 2 bedroom home plus 2 apartments plus extra
turned to' the' city after completing ed Nassau. Bahamas auxiliary i'e1'' to be pres- lot available. No closing costs! 909 NW 76th Street.
were ent.
work foi1' her' M.. A. de"th y were guests"at. ,the '.
gree. Colonial Hotel. I $1,500 Down 2 bedroom, tile bath each side du.

-, birthdayt plex, furnished! CBS. 1830 1832 NW 50th St. No
Sweeting, A fabulous party MUSIC LOVERS
:: Miss Anna Grace closing No qualifying.
who was injured in an automobile was given'"at the Harlem Gar At the BatHllle' we're mighty co.b.
l .accident convalescing at. dens by Shapple in honor of I proud of our Juke box collec CBS 2 bedroom, ,tile bath, each side duplex. Corner
the" Christian Hospital. Mrs. Willie Mae Rice on Aug. 1. tor' Items that are unlike any
lot. One side furnished. Tako
_M_ ,11. A nice'" crowd of friends were bn I you've heard elsewhere. Jazz over owner's FHA. No
Mrs. Annie Mae Twine re hand to help Mrs: Rice cele and pop selections that keep qualifying no closing co.tl! 1001 51st St.
turned on Thursday from a brate and enjoy. the niceties and you in orbit. Try this unique
$600 Down bedroom tile
3 bath CBS. Carporte in
month's vacation spent*;;;fltlv beverages. spot = NW 7th Ave.
her daughter and son-in-law A-l condition. Take over payments. No qualifying.No .
Ilosemandof L' '
Mr. and Mrs. James closing costs. $13,000; total. 6720 NW 28th Ave.
San Dusky, Ohio.
Enroute home she visited her $1,500 Down $6,900 total price. Pays off in 61/a

sister in St. Augustine.Mrs. SCHOOL SUPPLIESSchool years. One mortgage. No balloon no qualifying, no
closing costs. 1470 NW 46th Street.
fellzattkh'Houston' a 8
returned from visiting her $350 Down 3 bedroom CBS tile bath. No qualifying
daughter and sister in Detroit, Brief Cases Binders
Mich., and Brooklyn, N.Y. Mrs. no closing costs. $10,500 total price. 1361 NW 53rd
Houston spent two months in Notebooks Pens PencilsYOU
Paper -
weeks In
Detroit and two $350 Down. 2 bedroom furnished CBS. One FHA
Brooklyn. She reports a 'very NAME IT'',_ WE HAVE IT
enjoyable visit. .. mortgage. $68 month pays all. No closing costs. 859
NW 77th Street.Gunson.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Summons. ,
returned from an extenslve' a- COMMUNITY DRUG
cation on Friday. During their I Realty Inc.

sojourn friends they in visited Boston relativesand Mass., I 6750 N.W. 15th,Ave. OX 1.7515 561 NE 79th Street ,PL 4-1841

New York and other points in I

the North, and attended the .


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N EVE R; CLOSED Prices Good thru August 25fh Weller's AG Store Only
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: ,, ECONOMY Sliced Bacon Ib 390 Pork Chops Ib 350


I :, Pork Chops Ib 5.90 ,I II 2 Ihs 690

: Beef Liver Ih 33tI Dirrs Franks Ib 430

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Cube Steak Ib T90 Cheese DAISY lli 49

100 1 PACK 9.inchPlates Frozen & Dairy,
89C Del Monte, Slice or Halves y l PILLSBURY
Paper .
ROYAL PINK,TALLSALMON ,Peaches' 4,for $1.00, ; Biscuits. for 29c

690COLLEGE 1 No. 2i/2 SIZE Morton CreamPIES

2 for 894

We Cash Payroll Checks ." Cold Beer M "At AH Times.. .._Open.11 24 Horn, .,.A Day.

1 Peanut Butter 39 ONIONS\( 3 Ibs. oj, JI, 'J 19
PET MILK 6 tall cans 790 PEARS 2 'bs 29

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) MARGARINE Ib 25C !t 1""
I .'lr 490
!, SMALL GRAPE "A" FLORIDA : .,3.'bs.
EGGS 3 doz. 890or 303 STOKELY'S
one dozen 33t' Cut Green Beans 3 :for'j 4gr

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High Back To Bunche Lane NewsThe I
n __ ._ _.._. _. .

meeting at the Lanes in the for 232; ,Leroy Smith 232; ClydeAlexander
Junior League sponsoredby
Play Here With DallasTwo meeting room. The purpose of 230. Beatrice Baker I
Frank Mlrandi of Morse
the meeting was to acquaint the 200; Delores Taylor 200; Lillie
Holland Ford meets
every citizens with the operation and Whitehead 180.
of the finest AI1-Americans Cambridge got In for Just onepay urday at 10 am. Some of our problems of the' communityand
Junior bowlersare
t produced in the South in } in the Texans 133 exhibl. high average Harold Lanes.A .
Clarence Smith Williams

I years, the University of Miami's tion opener victory over Oak; and Alexander. JOIN
Bill Miller and Louisiana land two weeks ago and he George scratch traveling league isIteing
Mothers and dads, send
State's brilliant Billy Cannon caught your formed. Men with
a 55-yard touchdownpass. an av<
boys and grls to Bun c h e
will be on display when the erage of 150 or more make applications -
American Football League "We ,sent Henry in for that Lanes on Saturday mornings. at the Ml Club or
You will Know where they are
Champion Houston Bunche Lanes. Watch rs0
Oilers takeon particular Dallas this col
one play,
says and will bowling.
they enjoy
the Dallas Texans umn for further detnUs.SHvel' .
Aug. 31 head coach, Hank Stram,
in This kind of sportsmanship creates
the Orange Bowl. "and he got the job done. Youcan't good athletic competition dollar
scores (men
All profits will go to four ask for any better than between youngsters. Cyril Miller 215 ladles 175)).
South Florida charities, the that." is in charge of instructions.A Leon Sampson 231; Pops Tay. TO-DAY
University of Miami Scholar. Tickets are on sale in the
ship Fund, the American Can Greater Miami area at: year-old named Charles
cer Society Children's Variety The UM Downtown Ticket Farrington bowled a high score I DR. JAMES T. ROSS
Hospital and Chaminade High Affice, 226 SE 1st St., Mary of 225. Not bad for a junior.
School of Hollywood. Elizabeth Hotel &13 NW 2nd Gynecologist Obsteric
the Ave., North Travel Bureau, Our crack Women's League,
Among other stars
ex Announces the removal of his
pected to perform that 1104 NW 3rd Ave. Harry Rich which meets every Wednesday
Dallas' Abner nightare Carpets, 8300 Biscayne Blvd., night, will wind up their sum Douglas Road Clinic to
unanimous selection Haynes, a Rite Way Shoe Service, Cutler, mer activities next week witha
and '61 to the All. AFL in both 60 Ridge Shopping Center, Guy banquet in the Bunche 3636 GRAND AVENUE
team, Butler Sport Shop, 2162 Poncede Lounge. The winter league will
and Henry Cambridge, the Coconut Grove
rookie Miamian who Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, form some time in September.
North Carolina A and played T. at Athletic House, next to the They now have eight teams. Where he can better serve you
Essex Theater in Hialeah Applications are now being accepted -
Sports "A" Field, NorlandShopping for additional teams. Phone 448-2310
Center, and the Mercantile ,
Hours: 10 to 2 4 to 6 7 to 8.30:
Opa-locka Youth National Bank (Drexel Dan Blando, the manager of
Ave. entrance), 420 Lincoln Rd. Bunche Lanes held a citizens

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Tuesday, Aug. 28 a dance W< .?!>> -"
sponsored by the Opa Locka,
Health Club at the Harlem
" Gardens, NW 22nd Ave and '
Rutland St., to send this bodybuilder "ni
, to enter the "Mr. Universe 3
Physique Contest" which
will be held in New York Sat tH
urday, Sept. 15. Please come out
and make this affair a success.
The Health Club will do a
show at intermission time.

Zeke Poltier, instructor.

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1" I 1 I I his sister, Mrs. Annie Loweryof THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
1123 Thomas St. and other
West America's relatives and friends McDuffieleft I PAGE 8 SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1962
the: city last Thursday for

Southernmost. City his home:' In Brooklyn. I children hack, Sandra, Naojtni CUT RATES
lljr FRANCES E. PALMER and William. They spent their
Mrs. Ethel Thomas Is now at vacation In Miami : V PIX
I T r r I I. 0'1 ,
," .i home, after spending her vaca r :
BEING REASSIGNED day. ". tion in Los Angeles. She had a }TUBE
Airman Basic Levi A. JamesJr. Rev. K. D. White is pastor and wonderful vacation. EVERY NITE untilthe 1
$100 inch
( ., whose parents reside at U. J. Ragland, chairman. Mrs. Myrtle Justice and son You' don't have to wait per
325 Catherine St., is being reassigned Cleveland Strachan of Miami Weekend to mingle with Call 606.3581
to the Air Force Technical Crane McDuffie of Brooklyn motored to Key West Sunday. the crowd It's every nits at flip
Training course for sup- spent his vacation here visiting Mrs. Curtis brought her gland Satellite. We have atmosphere Free estimate
Amarilla AFB -and it never runs out. Nlte
ply specialist at L -- -, or day 6222 NW 7th Ave. 2636 NW 62nd!' St.
in Texas.
Airman James, who has completed ..._ .
"' IJ J J1 I.II r I I r. UA I L _
his basic training here YOU'LL LOVE THE STARSAT
I was selected for the course on
the Uasis of his interests and KNIGHT BEA T'S
airman is a 1962 graduate -
of Douglass High School.

Miss Beulah Sawyer, Miss
Cheryl Ann Thompson, Miss
Joyce Murray, Howard LopezJr.
., Leslie G Tinder Sr., and

and Mrs. Ralph Culmer SUNDAY, AUGUST 24.25.26
and family of New York are
vacationing with their parents,
Mr. and Mrs William Culmerof Another Sensational 2-Star Attraction
208 Windsor Lane. Also his

sister, Mrs. Althera Schatzman, _
,,,, >
813 Shavers Lane. }- "
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'.. Ralph has made his home in r'
New York for the past 15 years I :r-; or -
but always comes to his home -
town for a visit. Accompaniedto r--;;
the city are their three children -
Roger, Patsy and Robin, o.piVir ,
also Donna Clumer, daughterof ; 3 1p b
the late Richard Culmei. ,/.;?, ,
\:': ; I
Mrs Venora MIngo and Mrs. ,
Viola Thurston returned to the
city recently after spending six f' lJl ,. ,
weeks vacation in New York. 1 C', : < ,,,,..'' AND
,, :8 :<\\ HANK
They vacation repotted a very enjoyable ;:: : '"\ ,... .. >q.,', HIS
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Bethel AME Church will present Eggie Porter and His Band
its annual Men's Day on
Aug. 26 at 11 a.nt. FRI.' SAT SUN.
AUG. 31 SEPT. 1.2
A short program and rally -
9 r
will be held
on Sunday night
The public is cordially invit: 2 Shows Fri & Sat., Aug. 31, Sept. 1
ed to worship at Bethel on thisCLYDE
First Show
10:30 Second Show 12130

Make Reservations for Either Show

Good for that show ONLY I

r.h iff;! ........ \:.,.-,:'"'RQ". e to. I Admission: Adv. $2.00 Door $2.50

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: .... \ ;( :1\ < ,L t't' 2 Shows Sun., Sept. 2

First Show 10:30

Running Until 5 a.m. Leading into LABOR DAY

Enchanting Sweet Vocalist Stay until it ends You are not working on
Direct from successful engagements in
Admission: Adv. $2.00 Door $2.50TEENAGE
Michigan.and other point t

t ", j\; ./f' .
:M"tII \ ,
: "; (! ". : MATINEE
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Sunday, Sept. 2 2 to 6 p.m.


1. ..M1P"' S'Vus j

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"The New Glass"
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Popular manager of the Knight '. '' : 1.
: ,
Beat,Club at the Sir,John Hotel r. ar ''{ '
who continues to pack 'em in .t t. :
at all of his attractions and at : '\;: '1' H

tho name time' Increase his pop ", .
ularltv with his large and con. .,:. 'f'f.: ,
renlnl' number of patron. Tho
(""Vtn7 U "whenever Tho
O1n n Roe, the crowd goes with
1tec "." of th* wtlnnon' *
pnner-ritinpr unnnort which his
fine natrons have dvn all of
M nttrn< .. of flavlncr thanks a million HANK BALLARD AND
to all. announced recent-
Iv that h,' tvlll continue to hrlnc BOBBY THE
to his Knight Beat, only the MARCHAN MIDNIGHTERS'
( very best In entertainers and ,
I rouble for his fine patrons. Admission $1.00
Next weekend Its the famous '
Hank Ballard and the MMnlghters HELD OVER I ,:,
the following week .1
end its Gloria Lynn, and on Plus an All-Star Show GLORIA LYNN Sept. 14 15 16' .
Saturday, Oct. 27, It's the one
and only Ray Charles, his band .
and his show, at the Miami : Friday & Sunday $1.25
Beach Auditorium. CHARLES SAT., OCT. 27
"The Glass" san watch for Saturday

aim, because you'll lore them $1.50 MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIU.MKey .
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u 3 BEDROOM HOUSE. Cornerlot.
U11V Close to school and 2 buses. Open House Saturday and SundayLook
Call NE 56932. ,.

DEER PARK, ,Babylon, 'tong for our signs on these homes. Go in and inspect
LIB-CITY Island.' IJbt 00x100. Zone single.
$1,500. JE 17938. (owner.),'' them. Then come by our office and we will help you

1 with the financing. Call us and'we will pick you up

ORLANDO. East. 40 acre, core these homes.
DRIVE-IN ner on Alafaya trail $38,000. to see;I -
THEATRE Good terms. South of Oviedo.
Broker JE 1.7938. ...._.o.
OX 1.7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St. ....'
IDEAL for professional and 1;-;;; 769 NW 50th Street $400 ''Down
--- -- .-.r -- --..... (!clinical use. CBS-off street park. i .
'ling, one block from 7th Ave. on 3 bedroom, 1 bath, FHA terms.
NW 54th St. Reasonable. Phono .
HI 4-4725. r "
Now Showing -----, # 2:" 1345,NW 42nd Street $500 Down

1020 NW 42nt St. Open Sunday : Nice, clean home. Floridla room
26. Beautiful 2 bedroom
CBS, Florida room, gorgeous ;;:a..
grounds. A real beauty. A. Ben- 3-1992 NW 47th Street y $296 Down' ,
Kori, Realtor, 2014 NW 62nd
St. Nites PL 0-5533. Days OX (Move right in. Air conditioned I 'bedroom, with
} ;1-0372. enclosed porch.

I 794 NW 41th St. Total $12,500.- 4-775 NW 44th Street $500 Down
$400 down, $84 month pays all
for this perfect 2 bedroom CBS, Large 3 bedroom CBS home with a. large Florida
Florida room, garage.: A. Ben-
Korl, Realtor, 2tili NW 62nd St. room. $500 down.
.Nltes PL 9-5533. Days OX 19372.
5-1090 NW 41st Street
193.47th: Terr. Total
,$9,000. A steal. Completely air Beautiful home. Garage, wall to wall carpet. EZ
,condition. This is a real doll
house on lot and half.Only $300 : terms. Move' right: in. $86 month.
down. $78 month pays all. A. ,
I 113en-Kori, Realtor ,2614 NW --
; 6-2105, NW 47th Street $100 down-$80 month
...y..' '62nd St. Nltes PL 9-5533. Days t -
OX 19372.
: 7-3140 NW 56th Street $350 Down
1309 NW 15th St. Total $0,595. ,
\ Only $95 down. Move right In. : Brand new 3 bedroom home. Move right in.
:WRMA1 No qualifying. Only $65 month.
A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 20-1 NW
+? vsTrJr$!b'?+3g rx <' n< rkt ; 62nd St. Nites
ays. 0-5533. Days!!
OX 1.0372. Ford Realty Inc.
'151M3 NW 4,1th St. Gorgeous ,
duplex. $1,000 down, 1 side
KARL THELMA NEVILLE EOMONO completely furnished. Near 569 N.W. 54th Street PL 7-2559

MAIDEN RITTER BRAND O'BRIEN. I Dale chool.: } Realty Manor, Park, FR 1-0725,
M TN 0.1.
Y.MMISTUARI MILLAR*GUY IROSPER w* m..wrw TNT.Tr..ZZZ erator MANGEL In good IRON and : WILL ItE THE GIRLS AUK! ingM with lce- people to mingle'
each. 2985! NW 48th refrltt-I I When IndlcH are out together.\with Never a bother. Alwaysnice I
HATELLITE Is their most like.ly !
ALSO NE 4-2885.......nil....day. choice. Plcannnt mirrouiid 6222 N.W. 7th Ave
_.ilJLu.uUllUU: tftfflftfflftfflftfflftffli
The Horse With The

Flying Tail a home to grow in. a home to love

,; a lovely home in Richmond Heights, South Dade's

IN BEAUTIFUL COLOR : Progressive \Unity. Why pay rent? Why live in :

cramped quarters? Why raise your children on
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By William Henry Huff for ANPI Beautiful Home on
marched right up and took Your lot
the stump
For light and righteousness 7 axdtaComplete
The overlords gave me a hump
I'Which ,knocked me out the

I While press down I thought I'd rest
and bleed
And anchor for the fight ,
When 1 arose my host to lead
The gang was put to flight.I HitlMIng Service
thought of David with his
,vMw s sJESCA's sling IIUILDING
Who fought on Israel's side, FINANCING
That Goodly lad who used to Your New Home
And with the sheep abideI NO DOWN
thought of noble Gideon too,
...- --e.-- Who with an army small PAYMENT
I Went to the front with couragenew
Adults L3 M } .< i Over Twenty Years of
i Which caused his foem h'" fall. Construction Experience:
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And Senior Citizens I Guaranteed Satisfaction
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Summer- ProgramSeveral 1" 'I'IY I Maintenance ServiceSince 1f'QaaQ}7mmV(1@ffi

I 1 ( 1050) ( (!
major events have j ; Complete service for offices, 9ra
I been planned and are being
Factories, homes
1 carried out for JESCA's adults
Homes: Doors cleaned, polished PL 1.3604
and senior citizens. A Garden and waxed
11 Party given at the home of Mr. T > J r Miami, Florida
and Mrs. Harold Higgs, children ( : : ? Pone\18 NE our 4.7700 specialty
of Mrs. Louise Moore was jt 888 N.E. "79th St.
I highlighted Uy the music pupils ... 5818 NW 19th Ave.
J of Mrs. Higgs. Both the .. Call or write for free estimates':
musical program and a menu .:..:.:. ... tndf

\ of ''fruit salad, cake and frappe w+"':' i ," ,'" ".' .',. .. ..
were of the utmost delight to .t
I the Golden Agers. :#
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't, t < r ,:InsuaicCoof.:
After the July Birthday party '-:
much time was devoted to f;
craft meetings, which were
climaxed by a Fashion Reviewof Fun Time the annual picnic zens of El/enezer Methodist AND ATTRACTIVE POLICIES FROM
hats and bags made from at Virginia Beach with Church the last of August at $1,000.00. UP TO $50,000.00
magazine pictures of all des family style dinner communIty the James E. Scott Community .
criptions. Twenty-two models singing and watermelons out Association Center. Whole Life. Endowment Educational
displayed their unique creative ing brought to a close the Sum Mrs. Mamie M. Gill, program
ability in millinery art many of mer activities for this gioup. director adults and senior citizens Mortgage, ,Redemption
which received prizes and However an "Outdoor Party" Is ; Miss Olive 11. Alexander, Retirement Combination HospitalAnd
placement of distinction to be given by the Senior Citl- executive director.

-- Home

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.W .M ? girls, of tenants in the James E.\\ . .r. ._ _

Scott Homes and the Liberty ,Dugie's Guest HouseThe Family Group Plan

i =:- Square Housing Projects. Others Father, Mother and all Children Under 21 Years of
received Camp sponsorshipsgiven house of clean rooms Age Insured Under One Policy
Uy the following businesses Open 24 hours NE 4-3851
and organizations, Inter. Seeing is BelievingSee New-Borns Automatically Insured After 15 Days

ested citizens. us for clean rooms REPRESENTATIVES AND BRANCH OFFICES

Mr. Sam Cummings, Miami Jamaica Dugie, always a STATEWIDE IN FLORIDA AND ALABAMACall
Beach; Liberty Elk's Lodge No. friend for representative in your city for additional
1052; Attorney Martin J. Fine, .
All Miami Appliance Co., Ler- 2941 NW 47th St., Miami information

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tC''t w7 wards, Dr. Alfred J. Nadler, I
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Home, Ace Auto Service 62nd
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Quality Cleaners, Luther O.
Carey, Joe's Quality Market '
(1210 62nd St.), Gardenia Circle 3
Social Club, Bonded Collection CAPITOLrf \
Camp JESCA Closes Agency, Inc., Mrs. Frances Jolllvette -
Attorney Gordon Taylor, I I
Summer programVaried Liberty City Social Club, Phyllis n
Wheatley Art and Social I.I
and enjoyable were Club, Mrs. Willie Sparkman,

the and experiences for the 120 boys Fensters Kelly Beautician Realty, Miss Unit Lillian No.. 12 WI I '5 2871 u
girls attending Day Camp
I :
June 25th to July 27 under the (Mrs. Dlllle Pitts) 640 NE 167th' St

Scott sponsorship Community of the Association.The James .E. service Those are who: gave voluntary coco WI I : '5.7141 n

entire closing day was Miss Ida Solomon, Mrs. < >
given over to the Midget and Eunice Liberty Mr. and Mrs. U
Junior Campers for demonstrations Marcus Kaye, 1'rank Johnson ,
display of work, special (Johnson of Miami), Farley B. o GOOD CREDIT"BAD -
music and singing groups, dan Neasman, E. N. Taylor Mrs.. : "
ces, rhythm band, and exhibitions Margaret Sharpe, Mrs. Freddie, ;' O
I of swimming and, water Jackson, Range Funeral Home \
safety. Personnel, Mr. Parker" (Cities "
Service Station), Mrs. Marion CREDIT
The "Hit of the Day" was a U
Fashion Parade of outfits designed Staten, W. J. Johnson, Archi
and made by the junior bald Carey, Dr. Edwin Shirley,
girls especially the stunning Dr. Albert Edwards. ::

"Newspaper Hat" and Mrs. J. Neasmon O
Lydia camp w Nit CREDIT
burlap skirts.; director; Eugene Kebp, camp i
Parents interest in Day Camp chairman; Miss Olive B. Alexander ,
this year was more favorableas executive director. u
shown by our enrollment.
Some of the participation were
made possible for a period of MIAMI TIMES ADS Immediate Delivery o
two weeks through a ':special a
pilot project" for a limited DON'T COST THEY PAYTV
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Youth Emphasis Week

; toen's Cl urdi At Temple Baptist Church'flie .

.= "age old gripe that the Campbell will serve as presi
church does not utilize the talents dent of the Training union
of its young people does during the day. Helen E. Smith
REV. KELLEY not apply to Temple Baptist will serve as minister of music
Church for the entire week of and Claudia Hepburn will be
Day At Bethelaptist Aug. 20-26( Is being observed a: organist for the day. Louis
Youth Emphasis Week. This Smith will be the acting pastor
week is designed to enhanc for the services. Katrlnla Gibbs,
MIAMI ST. PAUL leadershp and provide qualifiedchristians Margaret Miller, Jackie Cole,
Church for the future. Richard Butler, Eva Mae
Sunday During the annual Trl-State Smith, Betty Chandler and
Convention of the AME A most challenging them fshmael Rolle will also partici
Church, held in Jacksonville has been selected for the week pate.
service. last week S. L which is, "Christian Youth,
4 I Deacon Eddie Collier, chair. by Bishop Pause and Examine Their Religion The Youth Choir will providethe
Greene several and two
man; Deacon Wilkie Ferguson, pastors music during the entire
presiding elders were trans Their World, Their Fu?
co-chairman and Rev. Ernest ferred. lure and Themselves" Inspirational day, moreover they will present

----...... .. speakers will be heard thirty minute concert at
J JDU. The Rev. T. C. Kelley Jr., each evening during the weep the evening service.At .
pastor of St. Paul, Coconut on some phases of the theme!
this service Deacon A. J.
Grove for a number of years, theme. his
Hanna will bo honored for
was sent to St. Paul, Miami, as The keynote speaker at the contributions and invaluable
successor to the late Rev. M. J, Sunday morning service will bo
Fayson. The Rev. Temperence services rendered to the
Miss Helen Smith, a recent
Wright has been sent from Co- honor graduate of Florida A youth of Temple for more than
coa to succeed Rev. Kelley. and M University and presidentof 15 years.
the Youth Choir.
Miss Edwina Lora will takeover ; You are invited to spend the

Homecoming At as superintendent of thq day at Temple, won't you
Sunday School and Miss Lenora please come?
Bethel Aug. 26 '

Greater Bethel AME Church Ushers' Union at 4
will celebrate Its annual Homecoming F;

I Sunday, Aug. 26.
r' It is our hope that all m m.bers St. MatthewsThe
and friends will come and
: worship with us during this Usher's Union Fourth
: 'i"Y :;:.' day. There is no word in our Sunday will be held at St. Matthew's
II. W. BROWN .' \, '. "f!..- language that is quite so com- Baptist Church on 17th
Speaker \ .;I .1I'itiK!: ::'1 fortable and reassuring as the St. between :3rd court and 4th

\Sunday, August 26 New 4 -. '11-1 I' .. # ,". i::'... word "welcome." Home is ave., Sunday, Aug. 26 at 3 p.m. ,
>thel Baptist Church, 1571 'NW --- P'-- where you are loved and want. The program will be sponsored
feth Terr., will observe Its 5th DEACON WILKIE FERGUSON ed. It is the place of fond memories between St. Matthew's Senior4
en's Day. Co-chairman: and sweet fellowship. and the Ushers" Union Association D -
Come and meet your friends I am sure there will bo 4 ,
'liThe Rev Dr. H. W Brown, Williams, the pastor, with their and renew sweet friendships.Come : well planned program for yOU 1 1P
stor of Bethel Baptist Church, members and friends, are anticipating and let us blend our enjoyment. The public Is alway 1,
assau, Bahamas, will be the a great day at Bethel. voices together in our praises Invited to come and worship
lorning speaker. Dr. Brown Is The public is invited. to our God as one big family.At with us.
irell known to Miami as an out-
jndlng pulpiteer. The Male 11 a.m. service our below
Minister and Wife ed Senior Bishop S. L. Greene KELLY'S CHAPEL
will be the speaker. He is De-
I I At Va.. Seminar loved throughout the Churchfor Rev. Leroy Dell, pastor

M e Richmond, Va. The Third his kindliness and fatherly Phyllis Myers, reporter
Summer Seminar on The Min attitude. He Is one of the out. The members of the Method1st
.( ister and the Christian Church standing persons in the Christian Youth Fellowship of Kelly'3
4r recently held at Virginia Church today. lie Is one of Chapel cordially invite (
Union University, July 30 to the vice presidents of the your friends to attend their installation DAVID HUDSON
t Aug. 17 had in attendance 35 World Council of Churches, anda of officers for the The Usher's Union Association
w ministers and their wives from member of the executive conference years, 1962-63. will observe Its 30th anniversary
12 states and the District of Co board of the World Council of The installation service will I in September at St.
lumbia. Rev. and Mrs. EdwardT. Methodism. You will miss a be August 26 during our regu Matthews Baptist Church A
Graham of Mt. Zion Baptist treat if you fall to hear this lar youth meeting at 6 p.m. The, special program is being ar
Church are attending this great Church father following officers are to be 1m ranged for that day. Watch the
year's sessions. stalled. Allegera Prince, presl paper at a later dato for date,
The purpose of the SeminarIs Following morning worshipa dent; Edwin Johnson, vice,' time and further announce-
to provide the opportunityfor Fellowship Dinner will be Sharon Prince, secretary; Carolyn ments concerning the program.
a selected group of ministers served in the dining room of Chester, assistant; Joan
'rye'r who have been out of the church. This dinner Is free I Johnson, treasurer; Elizabeth David Hudson, president;
school for a minimum of five to all. Banks, program chairman. Miss Dorothy Major, reporter
'years to look at themselves and At 3:30 p.m. Rev. L. R. During the evening Rev. Lei
7d their work as they relate to the Brown, a son of Greater Bethel, roy Dell will assist Henry Mit MT. CARMEL M. BAPTIST
overall task of the Church in an and now pastor of Martin Memorial chell in discussing, "What is
ever evolving dymanlc society. AME Church, Richmond Gracious Living?" Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor
The Seminar Is made possibleby Heights will bring a sermon. Other participants on program Mrs. Christine Cherry, reporterWe
a grant from the Lilly En I ette. Also other churches and rendering musical selec
dowment, Inc.EBENEZER. their choir will attend and ren tions are Louise Davis and Judy have just closed a soul
EACON EDDIK COLLIE der musical selections Thomas. saying and a very successful
Chairman Refreshments will Uo served. revival. We wish to thank our
METHODISTRev. At the evening worship, a minister and the entire city for
orus of Temple Baptist special musical program has coming out to help make this a
lurch, under the direction of A D. Hall, ministerE. been prepared for you. Friendship M. B. Church great meeting. We are saying to

., Hepburn, will sing at this Ingram, reporter I I We are looking forward eag Ret. W. B. Slurs pastor the Rev. Elurldge, may God
tJ! The public Is Invited to a I I I erly to seeing you during our Mrs. Ruby Lee Carr, reporter ever bless him and his familyin
Garden Tea given by the Gol
homecoming. Choir No. 1 will observe its every walk of life.
Circle the Woman'sSociety
den Glee of
of Christian Service, 27th anniversary on Friday, Our number four usher board
Has God sent down new laws August 20.from 4 to 0 p.m. in ST. MARY'S W. M. August 24 at 8 p.m. Also on will be having its anniversarythis
ball of church. Sunday, Aug. 26 at 3 p.m. Va Sunday evening. Will
_for living today? Miss Olive the social the you
'Alexaider, executive director of The Stewardess Board Nos. 1,. Mrs. Dorothy! Major, reporter rious choirs of the city will participate come?
lithe I James E. Scott Community 2 and 3 will have charge of Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor on the program. You
are cordially invited to attend Prayer meeting each: and
I this class Tuesday
will meeting on
Association, answer The Sunday School picnic was
this affair. And rememlkr you I Tuesday night. Remem
question Sunday, 8 p.m. at llth theBaha'i night. held last Saturday ft, was en are always welcome at Friendship I ber every the tick in your dally: prayers
Center, 137 NW Joyed by all who attended. The to any of our services. I .
i Ave The public la cordially in- pastor thanked the superinten
vited to hear Miss Alexander'stalk dent, teachers, and all who [,J:::
which is entitled, "A New Rev F. L. Johnson, pastor helped supervise the children. "Living Service for the Living"
Order for Today" For further Mrs. Sarah Wars, secretaryA Sunday morning and night
information about this meetingcall very spiritual service was the pastor delivered two inspiring
Secretary, FR 15420. held all day. Our new order of messages. Sunday there
service has proven an asset to will be testimony service. The
CHURCHRev. this church. We invite you to Male Chorus will celebrate Its
ST. PAUL A.M.E. come out and partake of it fourth anniversary Sunday

T. C. Kelly, pastor along with us. The usher board night with a musical program.
held a most unique and success
Mrs. Lea Gray, reporter ful anniversary. To Mrs. A.

Sunday school was at Its Keelyes and Mrs. R. Scott, ST. LUKE BAPTISTRev.

thank God for a well done job '. ti" .
best with the vice superintendent for the P. W. Williams, pastor .. atwd!
and keep on working
In charge.St. Bunesba Green, reporter
Master. There will be Building
a Fund
Paul Is very grateful Two of our brethren were or Tea at the
at 1780
have Rev. T. C. Kelly for our at 3p.m. parsonage
dained as
new pastor. He preached a Deacon f. Lester and NW 55th St. sponsored by the '
heartaking message from out of Deacon L. Hicks. Mace forwardin St.Building Luke Baptist Fund groups Church of, Sept.the Oscar L'lRffflgelTunera/(! / Home

his soul. the direction of Christ. will 16, from 5 to 6 p.m. M. Athalie Range, Owner N.. Patrick Range, Mgr.
the bishopfor Sept. 4 our kindergarten There was a mistake madeon
We are thankful to with Mrs. Juanita John 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue
open the tickets dated
the Rev. Kelley.Do Sept. 19.
supervising. To register The correct date lu Sunday, OX 1-0131 OX 14343
not forget the sick and your child call the church or I
shut-In. 633-3042. Sept. 16. Time & to 6 p.m. N nome


of the late memory of our dear mother -
,pACE 12 SATURDAY AUGUST 25,; 1962 l
MAC EY sister and grandmother,
In sad but loving memory of MRS. GLADYS ,
JIMMY DOUGLASwho departed this life August BARRETT

passed away on the .26th 13, 1962. wishes to thank the who departed this life August
CARDS day of August, 1961. many' blends and neighbors/;( for 26, 1957. : ,

To weary hearts, to mourning. their many:: expressions kindness of during sym May she rest in peace, and
homes ttheiryhour may light'tperpetual. shine upon
bereavem nt. .
CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKS God's'comes meekest Angel. gently' Thanks to all who sent flowers her.The Kemp and
I cards telegrams, letters,
No has he to banish pain Turner' Family
family of the late We, the family of the late Or give us back our lost again and other expressions of con
t. ,. MISS ANN CURRY dolences. Special thanks to the
.. And yet in tenderest love, our IN
rest Francis Funeral Home, Fr MEMORIAM
who was laid to on August dear
I .: 8, wish friends to thank, neighbors our many andrelatives And here.heavenly Father sends him John ,E.St. Culmer Cecelia's, the Choir Rector'sGuild Guild In loving memory of our son
many and brother
r of St.
other members Agnes
for kindnesses shown May he rest in peace: and
during our recent hours of be Loving Mother and Dad Episcopal Church. I'
reavement. Thanks for the Henry and Polly Douglas May God bless each of you.
cards, flowers, telegramsand Clifford Knowles, son I
.it..' Emily Lewis, daughter I
.' 1
all other kind gestures. : of
, : sympathy. CARD OF THANKSThe
: I
.' thanks to Lilly White Melvin Knowles, son v1
: 9f
of the late
Ardie B. Edwards
t, .l1iM! P. D. Lodge, Rev F. J. Hicks Dght.
,.ff.. and Ushers' Boards Nos: 1, 2, 3 Leroy Knowles; grandson
. '" .'1.'j' and 4 of Greater Bethel AME Marcus Knowles: grandson

'....}>, Church and the Richardson vS Estella Caroline Johnson Johnson, sister
r kt { 'uneral Home. May God bless sister
....n't Irene Glinton, sister
., each and everyone of you.
''' I "
. >< 'j The Family Monica Rahming, sister
:: ; i

- : .....",. > .(, \" '1' CARD) OF THANKS CARD OF THANKSThe II
> "" .rz
entire family of the late
The family of the late
4, ,i' F
who departed this life August .("
VICTOR BUTLER SR. 11, 1962 wish to express their "
who departed this life August hanks to everyone for the I
12 wish to thank and express:, cards, telegrams, flowers and f : r. I
i their sincere appreciation to ill other kind gestures of sym l, ,
u ,
our many friends and neighborsfor pathy .shown during our hour i,!"< ,': t a -.....--..-..-
cards donations :of bereavement f. t
flowers, : : v : J
telegrams, cards, and food andall Special thanks to Rev. L.. At : ::\ .: : t L GREGORY' E'; TAYLOR
other kind gestures of sympathy Thompson, Rev. S. A., Thomas tt,,!' : !'N J'of' ,Jt'; j vho departed this life August
shown during our hour and Richardson's Funeral : i' ,,9.1 1961.
of bereavement .:. ,,, ., 'I ; '::1, Gone, but not forgotten.
Our special thanks to Rev. E. Home.Cora Lamb, wife ;I" : L .j' Willie Mae Taylor, mother

W. Williams, pastor of New I And Family j I t.t' ;", .. ." '" --1.. } : Willie B. Taylor, father
Bethel Baptist Church, the j 1 brother and 2 sisters
neighbors of NW 68th 'Terr anu HENRY HARRISON CHEEVER
House of Albert. IN 1 MEMORIAMIn who departed this life August ,CARD OF THANKS

May God bless all o; you. 5, and was laid to rest August ,
: We the family of the late
sad but loving of ,
The Family memory 11, take this method of expresssing '
my beloved husband, their thanks and gratitudeto +p
wish to thank all our many
the many friends and neigh. .t riends for cards
bors for the kind deeds and acts
.nd telegrams be-
i during our
their bereavement. The
'. In sad but loving memory of during p, eavement. May God ever
our.. aunt and great aunt, names are too numerous to I',less you. '
mention. thanks Eider
MRS. JESSIE:: WYNN Special to .a ,, .Urs. Matilda McPhee,
Ira McCall and the Fifth
who departed this life August AVenue Church of God in )EACON GEORGE W. MARTIN Mrs. Maude Walker;
22, 1861. I.Christ and the Range Funeral ays thanks to .the many Mrs. Mae Thompson,
We often sit and think of you Home, friends, organizations; and sisters
How you died II I i i Mrs Leila Cheever, I Churches 'for every act' of kind. Nieces and nephews. IJ
You could not say goodbye. I grandmotherMrs. 'ness throughout the illness and .. ,
Before you closed your eyes, Geneva Cheever, sister I'demise of their loved one.
The blow was hard, the pain Mrs. Ruth Stlggles, i Special thanks to the E. A.
"'severeEven Ruby Rucker, and Stone Funeral Home of Kalian- DE.ATHS
though we know your aunts I dale.
Annie Cooper,
death was near James Cheever, uncle I A changing world full of
God give us strength to fight it 'care, has made friends like
And courage to bear the blow each of you something rare Rams .
Only those who lost can tell IN MEMORIAMIn and very dear.
Of parting without a fare-well.. memory of the lata I LOR, 2550 NW 153rd St. was
Russell, Oscar and "'.-, "' IN MEMORIAMIn dead on arrival at Cloverleaf
Tyson Coins, nephews sad but loving of ,Hospital on Aug. 15. She is sur
.:1 Bertha M. Waldon, L our dear wife and mother memory, vived by Mrs. Clara Sears,
Leona Duncan, daughter, a brother, a grandson
Izola Williams, ana one grand daughter. The
Rose M. Neel, nieces body was snipped to Chatta
Tobltha Coins, grand niece ELDER WILLIE GAMBLE nooga, :enri.. lor final rites.
who departed this life August

CARD OF THANKSThe 26, 19GO. ClAttlNl!; ; I'UAID JR., 1341
You loved the house of God; NW blst tit., apt. o died Thursday .

family of the late, your dearest wish to be, Aug. IG at tne Veterans

I&t >li.. .\ r {jWi! >'.. You were a minister within 8s vy Administration Hospital after a
her walls. You gave service full
and free. short illness. He is survived, by

Beautifully you lived. We his wife, Pearllne, a son and

. who served with you know., daughter, Clarence and two sis
You blessed with your hand, terse The body was shipped to
many though you are dead. W<2 Henderson, Ga. for final rites.
will remember you wherever,

we go. DAVID HAYES, 2015( NW
. la : Beautifully you died. The 4th court, apt. 3, died suddenly -
I church floors no more
tread. 4 Qt Thursday, Aug. 16. He Is

- _. You passed on to your reward ; survived by his sister, Mrs._
and resting with your ''I Bowles; his brother,
.' God. Good night darling we Earnest Hayes, his daughter,
j will see you in the morning. I'JOHNNY SIMMONS I'Ernestine Hayes. Services were

. jI Gone but we will never fpr- who departed this life August held Thursday, Aucr.! 23 at Freewill
I I get you. 23, 1959. Baptist Church, Rev.
Gussie Gamble, wife He's gone, but he'll never be .Woodlev officiating Intermentat
Lucille Lewis and forgotten. Sleep on dear one MRS. MARY J, ALBURYwho Evergreen Cemetery.
Queen Martin, foster and take your rest, we loved you departed this. life ,August
daughters but God loved you best. May 21, 1950. T?AT.PIT WcQWATV jr. 9971
Ycvoyr ," AM Stft. 1st Class Archie R. he rest In peace and may light It's been 12 years since you'veleft : NW Charleston St.. ant. a Ilnll"'.
Williams, foster son perpetual shine upon him. us, but your smiling face : wood, died Saturday An'. 18 M
The Family and sweet words still remain in Variety Children's Hospital He

___._..___.._.._....._........_ n. CARD OF THANKSThe our hearts. Gone but not forgotten I.I Is survived bv his narpnts. Mr.
MRS. ALBERTHA WALDENwho may she rest in peace. : and Mrs. Ralph McSwain Sr.
died on July 31, and was family of the late CARD OF THANKSI Mr. Christ Albury, husband :1.Funeral services were held at
laid to rest on August 6, 1U62 GEORGE BANKS Mr. Alfonso Albury, son 3:30 p.m. Thursday Aujr. 23 at
takes this method of expressing who departed this life July 26 take this method of thank. And Family New Jerusalem Baptist Church
thanks and appreciation wish' to thank and express Ing Almighty God, and the doctors Rev. J. A. Boyklns officiating.
io.tho many friends who were their sincere apreclatlon to our and nurses at Jackson Me I Interment was in the City of
so kind during its hours of bereavement. many friends and neighbors for morial Hospital for theirser IN MEMORIAM Dania Cemetery.
: Thanks for cards, flowers, cards, telegrams and vice during my six weeks' con.
letters, telegrams, flowers, cars all other kindnesses shown finement as a patient; Rev In l loving memory of our ASBURY CARMICHAEL, of
'and all other kind gestures of during our bereavement. Faust Wilmino of Opa-locka, husband and father 1320 NW 63rd St., ,died Aug. 20,
/sympathy. Again, thanks to Special thanks to Rev. Comen, and all the members of my CHARLES KNOfrLESwho in Jackson Hospital. He Is survived
:everyone. for everything and Rev. Gay and Rev. McCullough. church New Bethel, ana*friends departed this life August by his wife, Mamie, two
'..j.jnay God bless all of you. Also to the Jr. Pulpit Aid Boardof who visited me. Special thanksto 21 1957. raters., Mrs. Leona Brown and
i James Walden Sr., husband Greater Bethel AME Church, : my pastor, Rev. Ernest Wil May he rest in peace Mrs. Victoria Faukner, a broth.er .
: ; James Jr., and our white friends and other lams, my entire family;; to Leroy And light perpeutal shine E.t C.: BIr- Funeral services
i; mdrew Walden, son various clubs. Special thanks Collier who taught me to upon him. will{ be held at 4 pm. Saturday
I, Mrs. Martha Davis, mother also to the Range Funeral walk again, and to the members Edith Knowles, wife Aug. 25 at Mt. Tabor Baptist
ft Mrs. Betty Raines, sister Home and Its staff. Again we of New Bethel's No 1 choir Martha Slaughter Church, Rev. Purdy Brown of.
aAlbert Davis, father say thanks. for their donation. I Viola Johnson, daughters dating interment will fc? in

I \...-. Robert Banesi, nephew The Family J.. A. Burrows I Ernest and George sons Evergreen Cemetery.


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bedroom. $20 and $22 per week.
Classified Only reliable families Phone SATURDAY: AUGUST 25, 1962 PAGE*13
NE 5-55601. ..
2001 NW 42nd St. NE 4-2143,
: .' 2 bedroom CBS tile bath, car. T
POtt RENT on SALE porte, screened porch, tile roof,
FOR RENT SIX ROOM HOUSE:: Cheap. In fenced yard $400 down. $68 Mo. .. l .. I
Wberty. City on Ipth ,ave.,.. Call No closing cost. DELUXE NEW HOMES
PL' --
.4-6408. ,
BEAUtIFUL Furnished! !II t"" '
private private bath
A STORE building and an extra ,f or '
wall td wall Carpet, Front andfide FOR SALEKITCHEN I residential lot In the Liberty v Open Sunday 3.6 p.m.
door. Very big clbset. .
City area. Small down -:
pay. Owner
Fie : at 1440 NW 59th Street
hcied M 1859 NW
property CABINETS CO ment. Store Is now renting for I
COtn,St. Cdop, ,IROOM cent discount. Come see, come per more than the monthly pay. '" Spacious, home, 2161 NW 59th Street
save. Modern trend kitchens. ment. Call 601,-4725. 75 x '400 LOT FOR SALE
HOUSE, unfurnished, 4985 E. 10th Court. Hialeah.
Build lot down
on your) no money
E. Picard
$10 weekly. Rental A25
Agency, 569 NW 8th St. Phone I HtitP tVANTRUEXPEItIENCED ".., -WK BUY LOTS AND HOMES

FR 72902. GOOD OPPORTUNITY. Bar- I Beautician Inquire ,Need cash, call JE:. 8-1340 JE 2.4343
3064 NW 54th
=, fully equipped. Call at
TWO FURNISHED rooms, Phone OX 1-2209.. St'l
Ideal for working' coup! near :' ,t. r \. :,
Grandway. 1225, NW., $h St.
757-8228.:. ,i;' I ., NEW CUSTOM BUILT HOME ;
Homes For Sale "'
1076-A. 1076-B NW 54tltfSt., 2furnished Low down,payment Low 'monthly, payments
1 bedroom .apts. Gas
and water free. $20 per week. SEVERAL MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM r;+;. :
2 weeks deposit required. Ph. NO QUALIFYING ,'
All 3-bedroom and 2 full bath roomsOpen "
day NE 4-0212( nights WI'54857 "
Sunday 2 to 0 p. n.
ROOM FOR'A MAN In a very 3050 NW 64th Street In Beautiful Richmond Heights ',
nice home, Ph. NE 4- 744. 2531 S',
NW 55th Sb T $1,500 down, $25 month pays principal' and Interest. 14070 Thru 15100 Flllmoro Street .

Ideal retirement home. QUA I). TAYLOR, AGENT 730-3221 \ ,
Instructor, single, would ,like to DAYS 667.6984 NIGHTS UN 5-8728
rent room to any Interested 1327-NW 43rd Street
person. Use of the whole house.

Bus stops in front of house. $350 DOWN $67 MONTH .
Located in Richmond Heights..
Phone CE 8.2650.FURNISHED Charming CBS home.t Easy to qualify if you make FINEST SELECTION IN MIAMI

$70.00 week'' This will be a breeze. Owner pay.cloIainl' .
ROOM for a nice ."
couple with one or two small costs.
children accepted. Or extra LOVELY HOMES OPENLow
nice single. Liberty City.
634-0473, 1169 NW 46th StreetPrime
'- "l Low Down Payments ,
2-ROOMS, furnished, In nice location: $73.76 month Fenced yard. Custom ,
home. Phone 4445268. built ,throughfetit with many extra features. EZ TERMS! LESS THAN RENT

NICE PRIVATE room In private ---0 ---
nOnle, for a nice person. TM 1983 NW 46th Street
$10 per week. 1533,NW 5th ave. 1016 NW 43rd StreetPool
Phone FR 08050. I '$450 Down. 90 x 110 ft. lot. A full lit afro, city
I Yea air, bee t the heat!It! Lovely CBS home with
STORE ON good corner loea water, county*. ,,* taxes and loads of extras. huge Fla. room, garage, af large filtered pool. Only \,

tlon. Downtown. Reasonable. I $450 total down payment. No extra Hurry! Will be ,
703 NW 5th ave. NA 48028. 1480 NW 44th Street sold today!

ROOMING HOUSE, newly enclosed fruit trees and --0 ---
painted 5 bedrooms, 2 baths, 3 bedroom CBS with ) garage,
very reasonable. Also 4 room only $78.00 month payments. Available on conventional 1346 NW 46th Street
house and Bath. $12.50 week. I or FHA terms..
Call Saturday, 2200 NW 62nd $350 total down payment buys a sweetheart of a

St TU 8-6985 Sepl. 4422 NW 11th Place home. Hardwood floors. Carpet, Fla. room, spotless i

2 BEDROOM HOME with stove inside. $10,800.

and refrigerator. 6500 NW 8th $300 down. Completely furnished 3, bedroom on I .

Ave. oversized lot. ....
1344 NW 46th Street'Shining
ARE YOU Looking for a clean
furnished room with all modern We have 5 homes to choose from as low a* $200 CBS, Fla. room, garage, spotless, has every a

Conveniences Call. OX 14864.COTTAGE .in quiet place- down. No qualifying. Move in at once. thing. $600 total to handle. -

0 -
at rear of 4001 NW

Free 11th ave.lights Two and rooms water.and Inquire bath. Federal Mortgage Co. 7400 N.W. 10th,Avenue

', between 10 a.m, and 6 p.m. Gorgeous corner CBS home and' income. A real

t BEAUTIFUL ROOM in private 5909 NW.: 2nd Ave. PL 4-2605 I beauty. Hardwood floors, huge rooms and' cedar
home. Home-like atmosphere. lined closets. $800 down. See hits today.
PL 8-6261 .. J ,
1826 NW 55th St. Phone NE rh / o -

34740. Member Chamber of Commerce Pledged to Ethical
833 NW 75th..Street
"** -
quiet ROOM, all single home man privileges., neat clean N>r Business Practices ": ... :3 bedroom1 CBS, 'hardwood, floors.' $350 down $65

55283. Sepl .IIII per month. No closing costs

STORES 5932 NW 17th Ave. -0

Call C81-4725. FHA HomesCLOSE 7528 NW 11th AvenueMust ;
Cottages Approved
water furnish ;
rd. (10 week. 560 NW 8th St. see this! 3 bedroom, 2 baths, circular Fla. room
PR 7.2902. IN LIBERTY CITY wood paneled walls, fence, fruit trees, privacy. ,$995 t
down.! Move right in. No waiting., $12,900 total. -.M
r Rental Agency A wide selection of modern :
Mental collections; property 747 NW 77th Terrace 'I:' ">
management, real estate 2 & 3 BEDROOM HOMES
t469 NXV Ulh St. FR 7-3102 CBS duplex fully furnished, lovely lot, quiet areat4k.
YOU $11i 00, $750 down. Live rent free. Move right in. '
9 BEDROOM furnished apt. All TERMS TO ,
t.urt\Uu. Downtown area. $II. 0 '
xE 4.0500. ladf .. --o--- 741 NW 77th TerraceMove

FURNISHED weekly rooms. SPECIAL right in this fully furnished 2 ,bath doll house. '
$8.50 single, $10 double. Mart THIS Hardwood! floors, tile roof, carporte, Florida room.
Guest House, 2170 Washing $83 month all. $10,500 total price.
ton Ave., Opa-locka. A31 1051 N.W. 77th StreetCBS pays-0

OPA LOCKA area. 1 bedroom /
newly decorated. unfurnished. 2'bedrooms 1 bath" New Home SectionSee
'15. Furnished $21 2 bedroom our model at 745 NW 46th St. Beside comparison
unftirn.4.0500$18 furn. 2 bedroomNE IndfINEWLY $350 down $65 monthly pays everything for $16,900. We have many lots in best area to

Extra Nice choose from. EZ terms. See today at 745 NW 46th
Renovated furnished 'or Street
mnfurnlshed apts. In the Opa OPEN SUNDAY 1 TO 4
II.oeka area near church school r .
;and shopping, center. Call Hick
.Ins Rental Agency. NE 4.0500. UNIVERSAL REAL, ESTATEHOME

.. ,
AIR COOLED auditorium includ-- SPECIALISTS ,
ing light, janitorial service etc. (The Broker That Works For You)
Available for church use. Call 2156 N.W..36th Street
OX; 60231. Indf. 4600 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655

I I Sunday ,
(Open )
FURNISHED efficiencies, utilities ,NE 5-2892 ,
Included $12.50 a week. 620 N.W
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fltfr &t :TR 72902. L < N ----


.. His Blue Mist Band. Tabl
MIAMI TIMES.. MIAMI. FLORIDA '------ ------ -- n :J ,Free. Donation $1.00.
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PAGE 14 SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1962 Phil Ossofer Says .
Theron Gene Hudson, son of
--------------- BROWARD Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hudson!
Y 9 f of 3840 NW 25th St. left Tues-
We human beings seem to be day for Edward Waters College
seeking instant relief for every COUNTY ? 41
Jacksonville, there he registered
tiny ache and pain we expert-1 I. .Y Wednesday. Lots of luck
ence. Rather than eat right, Theron.
rest right or live right, we pre- NEWS
fer to continue our excesses,
seeking to prolong or regain -11- I The New Macedonia Baptist
'" our strength through "quickie" Church of Carver Ranches,
remedies. As the story goes, we By WALTER BOWB Rev. N. H. Phillips, pastor, is
don't want the doctor to remindus 'celebrating its anniversary this
we're burning the candle at week.
w both ends, but to give us more The Carver Ranches Chamberof
? 'wft wick. (How wick-ed!) Commerce meets Monday,
r1 The beauticians of West Hollywood
All membersare
Aug. 27, 8:30: p.m.
I wonder if many of our ill asked to be present.The and Hallandale are
ft nesses are side effects of prey sponsoring a tea at the homeof
ious remedies, or perhaps in. Juanita Lamarr; 5231 SW
ventions of advertising agencies South Broward VFW 18th St., Sunday, Aug. 26, from
to promote sales of the Post No. 8195 will sponsor its 4to6p.m.
( PwM 1Y pills they are selling. Either summer dance Saturday, Aug.
V way, it's a vicious circle. 25 at the Paradise Club in Liberia
from 9 p.m. to 1:30: a.m.
Advertise It !
Q Z 1't i tC This is how it looks to me Music by Tyrone Johnson and Pays
R r..au,NMMtk, {0 with apalogies to Longfellow

USE: There are pills to help you .
keep awake, look at

----...--.-........... ..._-- _.....,... ..""'---" And pills for sleep that you can .1 '
Boy Scouts Return two active oil wells in operation I Reducing pills to trim your .Blithewonderfully
; Mississipppi Vocational size :
College in Itta Bene, and Flori And some for nerves, to tran-
From Western TourThe da A and M University. All quillze.

following members of were Scouts.most cordial to this groupof Pills (from pain to set you free)

Troop 73 sponsored by Frank C. This is the first planned and Causing future agony; ,
Martin Elementary School, carried out expedition from ,,Who knows what pills they'llthink 4 to
Richmond Heights, returned the South Florida Council Dis- With up easy ways
and side
new frightful
Tuesday, August 14, from a 22- trict 10 area.,, We hope more effects!
day motoring tour of the west: units will follow. J hair
I sac Hargrove, Columbus Why not invite some of these beauty
Brown, Herbert Ammons, boys to tell your club or organization SEE THE WORLD'S
Scoutmaster, Alfred Hepburn, of this experience? GREAT
Payne.Michel Strawford and David PSYCHIC READER 0.1 and healt'i

Their expedition took In Beneath The Atom BISHOP HUNTER ... .wl Ir fra1k1. 1

',ron Philmont, New Scout Mexico Ranch where, Cimar.they Bomb If you are sick or worried don't NUIOX: ,SUPERPREAPPLIED I

spent 12 days on a Camping By William Henry Huff for ANP I, fall to see me today. Office hour
Trail. This included outdoor dally 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Thnmdft SHAMPGS
'cooking, mountain hiking, fish. Beneath the dread of "IP 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Sunday 11 urn For GreaselcM Hair .S Ung. Just
ing in mountain lakes and of bombs to 8 p.m.
course, meeting fellow scouts Shampoo and Press.Conditions Hair.
from over the USA. That's how we live these days ; READINGS

: Other We hope the thing will never '1.00
places of interest visited NULOX BASIC, CREME
> were as follows: Carlsbad -"ilF
;Caverns where they were able And yet the old dread stays! op SHAMPOO b

:ito descend 850 feet below the'earth's We wake nights from horrid 5417 SW 17 St. i Sy 1/
surface; Lubock, Texas dreams up For thoroughly cleansing the hair! 'f....;
.as guests of a Boy Scout Troop And think hear WEST and scalp. *;"<,." ,
:for an overnight stay; Jarvis we tho bound" r '' 1'': ;; .
College in Jarvis, Texas the Of pity and of distant (terrains HOLLYWOODPIIOF.
|triking thing Is this school has Where peace does not abound. FLA. HUNTER NULOX (SHEEN CREME

..- '"..
PRESS (Water Repellent) .j
For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call Moisture Free. A pressing cream of
superior quality. Will not dry out .

the hair,, ... WwNULOX .L i
Y II l ,. ...... -2:
r .
BONDED '"" ,._..:a....:.:.

CREME (Water Repellent)
b y 1 + I Moisture Free.'Will add longevity

RENTAL and stability to styles and will
ch ck meri1oa.
I.... '. ".oG"1" w'


(Water Repellent) with genuine
U" Italian bergamqjt oil and silicone.
EMMA BOWEN The largest collection and rentalClerk Condition Hair and Scalp. Protects IG1iMOt
hair from the element*, An

agency in the South; operating in excellent groomer.
2060 NW. 75th St.

In my 32 months with Bonded Dade and Broward Counties' NULOX ,SCALP; CREAM M- ''
I have enjoyed working and
helping our tenants and clients.promptsea. Lanolated) I
For courteous and Negro Housing'areas. A light: cream. Aids in eliminating si

". vice, call Bonded for all your dand"" Has penetrating powers,
t housing needs. and ,helps promote growth. Keeps '

dry hair and scalp lubricated. .,., ,,,,..r'r"


1 Spray Set with Lanolin and Silicone.

I Bonded also has FREE employment service for j I' Formulated especially for PRESSED
< HAIR. Use hover styled hair to keep

1 Bonded's Tenants, at main office, 4150, NW 7th Ave.* 1 tc( it ia plaoi longer ... ,


r' ",. ,, POUR CRIME (Emulsified) !

j{Nl,a! .,J t63'N.W3rd AVE. ... ... FR HUll 17325 HOMESTEAD AVE. I'I. For cold curling. Does not leave the ". '
Perrine .., ........ CE 4-3558 hair mealy; or sticky. Gives a soft
: 1675: N'''''. C2nd 8T ............... OX 6-2407 'k lasting con.NHOX :
I : 1019 N.W. 6th ST.. ; i if ik
3801 GRAND'AVE. .,. ..... HI 5-1331 Ft. Lauderdale .,. JA 4-3357

J 4210 N.W. 27th AVE. ... NE 5-3466 339 HAMMONDVILLE RD. I PRODUCTS m available at
"" Pompano .......... WE 3-3235 ,
j I 2060 1\.'",. 75th ST. ................... 90-3322 14255 N.W. 22nd AVE. hI, Ss, Drag, ssdCHATMON'S ICeDlffIe

{ 2000 N.W. 3rd CT. ....... FR 1-8995 Opa Lock ....... MU MfliT eH"'enl i


I 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9-8733 BEAUTY SUPPLY

i. 817 N.W 2nd. Avenue: <


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SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1962 Mrs. Mattie Jackson and ...
____. ... I : : Mrs. Verdie Morris
tint T trs r> r, .... '.oM ..... long time Waitresses
1 l H.u..L4U rtJcrrt.lJ, .lUij A\Y resident of Miami, died at her waiters. Experience
5th place died Friday, Aug. 17. home in Atlanta, last Wednes. necessary. ApppHca
: DEATHS j Francis funeral The body home is being held at the. day. Services for Mrs. Dennis tions accepted for the
pending notification held
were at Mt. Moriah Bap.
i ADAM WESTON of 355 NW of next of kin list Church In Atlanta on Sat. reopening of the King 0'

Albert llth St., apt. 10 died at ho.ne urday, Aug. 18at2pm.The Heart latter part of Sep.
on Aug. 16. Remains were BEN McDUFFIE. 1370 NW homo address In Atlanta Is 105 tember. Apply Mon. thru
SAUL BURS, 3090 NW 45th shipped to Charleston, S. C. on 58th St., died Aug. 22. He Is Jeptha St., S.W. Mrs. Dennis Is
St., died in Mt. Sinai Hospital, I Wednesday, Aug. 22 for final : survived by his wife, Louella, a also the great grandmother of I'Thursday from 3 p.m. to 7
Aug. 16. He is survived by his I rites. Survivors Include his i'sister, Mrs. Linda Hills. The Officer Willie Nicholson and 'p.m. Phone ,PL 82339.
father, William, six sisters; wife, Henrietta, daughter, Mrs. body will be shipped to Enterprise Mrs. L. E. Thomas of this city. Betty Gray.
Fla. for final rites.
eight brothers and numerous Geneva Thomas, son, Hubert W.
other relatives. Services will be Holmes, mother, Mrs. Rosa
conducted Saturday, 3:30: p.m. Weston brother Luther DEACON BISBY WATKINSof
; and
at Antioch Baptist Church, Rev. others.,, 3041 NW 6th court died Aug. THE BEST SHRIMP IN TOWN
Stevenson pastor, Rev. A. L. 19 at his home. He Is survivedby
Shipp, officiating. He will lie In his wife, Beatrice, two Golden Southern Fried
repose in the chapel from Friday MISS ELSIE MAE DAMESof daughters, Mrs. Bisby Taylor CHICKEN French Fries
afternoon. 1939 NW 6th Ct., died Aug. ,and Mrs. Cleo Brown, a son
Cole slaw hot rolls &
21. Funeral services will be on I Lt. Forney Watkins. Services gravy
MRS. CORA BROWN who Saturday, Aug. 25, 3 p.m. at St. will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, Mouth watering Orleans 97"
lived at 10255 SW 171st St. Mary's Wesleyn Methodist
25 Mt. Sinai
Aug. at Baptist
Perrine, was: lead on arrival at Church with Rev. Stewart, Fried SHRIMP French
Church, Rev. S, A. Thomas officiatlng. -
Jackson Hospital from the Para I pastor, officiating. The remains Fries, cole slaw, hot rolls,
Interment. will bc at
Villa Convalescent Home on will be on view In the chapel
August 18. Her survivors in. beginning 6 p.m. Friday until T.tncoln Cemetery. Tartar sauce
clude her husband, a son and 6:30: am. and will tte in the
daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. church 7 a.m. Survivors include We also serve fish, scallops, clam strips, chicken
Arthaniel Smith: a grandsonand her mother, Mrs. Ruth Dames SurprisedMrs.
other relatives. Services seven sisters, Mrs. Naomi New. livers, giblets with all the trimmings, all at our low

will be conducted 4 p.m. Saturday ton Mrs. Mary Ferguson, Mrs. Willie Belton was deeply price of 97c box.FREE.
at Hurst Chapel AME I Catherine Smith, Mrs. Marie surprised with n birthday party
Church, Terrine Rev. .T. B. O'Brien, Mrs. Ruth Lee Jones, given in her honor, Saturday
"" ..-
nlorht. Aug. 18. :: : :
Blake, pastor.BERNARD. Mrs. Sadie Barry and Miss Minnie
Johnson and Mrs. Una Cor- The party tii given in honorof ,
PATTERSON ron, an uncle Thomas P. Johnson I Mrs. Delton by her son, Willie ,
son This entitles bearerto
Clayton and friends, Mrs. coupon ;
of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Patterson and other relatives. _
Clara Sanders and Mrs. Mary 1 box of shrimp with all
2251 Rutland St., died Aug. McCutchcn. Mrs. Walton. With this coupon 1 full the trimmings FREE with
9 and was funeralized Aug. 14 I MRS. EDITH BROWN of GIN The wonderful event took piirfliONo; of nt least 1 box of
In the Opa Locka chapel. Rev. I SW 5th Ave., Homestead, died place on the lawn and patio of b box" of shrimp with the1purduiso shrimp nt our regular price
F. L. Smith, officiated. Aug. 22. Arrangements at this Mrs. Helton's home and Mrs. of nt least l<< 1 box' of )7r.) Offer good Friday orSaturday I
time are Incomplete. Survivors A. L. Bell. Aug. 21 or 25. 1
SANDRA LOUISE' BENNETT :elude five daughters, Mrs. Miriam Mrs. Belton received many at our regular price of 07c coupon per family. .
daughter of Mr. and M. Smith and Miss Mary gifts. The Shrimp Ilox. 7501 NW
Mrs. Oscar J. Bennett, 1543 NW Brown of Homestead; Mrs. El Some of the guests present Friday and Saturday only .22nd_Ave. __. _
59th St., died Aug. 16. Grave vira Rolle, Mrs. Dorothy Mao were:
Ide services were held Aug. 22. Davis and Mrs. Vera Mosley all Mr, and Mrs. Mr.
of New Jersey five sons, Rufus, and Mrs. John Rockwell Mr. Giant FISH SANDWICH 39c
NATHANIEL ROBERTSON, Joseph, Wilmore and Thomas and Mrs. L. C. Hooks, Mr. and
. 1430 NW 68th St., died Aug. 18. of Homestead and Harold of Mrs L. B. Jones and many oth
He Is survived by an uncle, New Jersey. I er relatives and friends. WE CATER TO YOUR TAKE IT OUT
Cleveland Smith and others. Arrangements I PARTY OR I ORBANQUET
are Incomplete.Mrs. EAT IT HERE

Annie Brooks of 1560
NW 68th Terr. died Frank Liberty TheatreCOR. EVERYBODY'S TALKING ABOUT .
Survivors Include a son,
Hysmlth, daughter-in.law, Mrs.
Ruth Hysmlth. Funeral arrangements 67TH ST. AND 15TH AVE. THE SHRIMP BOXNW
are Incomplete.
FRED t Opens 6:45 Monday Through Friday 22nd Ave. and 75th St. OX 6-3871
2nd Ave., died Aug. 20. A resi 1:45 Saturday and Sunday
dent of Miami,since J018 he Is ,
survived by his:.widow Inez, ,.i'0-
two daughters, a son, a step FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
son, seven brothers, seven sisters MOTHERS and DADS .
and' 15 grandchildren. Services "The Legend of Tom Dooley""Siege [ .
will be conducted Satur
day 11 a.m. In the chapel and of Syracuse" Frank Mirandi of Morse Holland Ford
will l he on view in the chapel
from Friday afternoon. .
: .\'. '. SPONSORS A


"Pirates of Tortuga" THE FABULOUS
Saturday Sept. 8


Greater "Dr. Blood's Coffin" 2282 Bunche Park West Drive
8t. Mark Kindergartenwill
open Sept. 4. Hot lunches "Snake Woman"BARKLEY'S OP A.LOCKASaturday
and transportation. To register
call 633-3042. .
morning 10 a.m. SHARP

Little Folk flay School Complete Children 8.14 Bowl 3 games for 50 cent
pre-school program. Play,
hot lunch. Supervised rest perl I CUT-RATE STORE"TilE FREE INSTRUCTIONSLadies
ods, homelike training. NIC!
:5-5283, 3290 NW 45th St. FRIENDLY STORE WITH THE WARM WELCOME" Clinic Every Tuesday 8 p.m.

1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376
BUNCHE LANES 6241433Laughlin's

New Gripper Binders 06* Straightening Combs .

lli-K. Binder 35*. to 14W 79* to 24W
Notebook Fillers 3* to 98* Old 07 Bergamont Hair '

Open for Registration Composition Books 28* to 49* Dressing GOt and 1.00

at Bleach and Glow Cream The All type of patent medicine f ( Kiddie University
New Hope Church Old Spice Cologne for men Don't forget your filmsA
Variety of Card for all Occasions
6610 N.W. 15th Are. Gift of all description Use our laYAway 5605 N.W. 32nd Avenue Miami. Fla.

1-8832 Registration and Inspection of Facilities Daily

I r _.
Any day 10-12 or 4-6 BEGINNING SUNDAY AUG. 26
St. James A.M.E. Church Kindergarten ,

1845 N.W. 65th STREET IfcOO a.m. to 350 pjn.


Relaxation visit TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 4, 1962 Hot lunch and snacks Certified Teacher

THE LANDINA Insured Tran"|K>rtatlon Comfortable cot for nap
GUEST HOUSERooms Registrations now being taken
With Private Bath same teaching aids used In public schools
Tm.'ortatUui Hot Meal Served Daily
Meal That Satisfy UWWMHI aa4 Efficient ferric Karat subjects taught. In first grade (Including Spanish)

710 First Ave, Went Trained Personnel i Very reasonable ratesDOI11S

Telepone 6934429Henderonville, N.C_ For Information Calls OX 14212If I lauciiux, nurKuviBort

)(1'. and Blrs. Hollls Laadrnm no answer all NE 4-5567 or PL 7-4709
Phi School NE 4.1632 Re. NA 1.0128, NA 47645THE
Owners and operators Bepl
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1962 :. : :
-- OYour Own Home Today

Why Should You Pay Rent!

il'-JfiW $50 Cash $25 Weekly,

$5,950 total buys you a 2 bedroom home. No qualifying

.................... ti. anyone can .I>u". See today.
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........ r fN
,}:;:?:!':':' :} 'rfvfvriti'rrrvvr} ri 2380 N.W. 51st Street

: {:y: vrir: ?:;: tO; $6,950 total $150 cash
I\\i\\ 'j\\\j:7'.m.\\:\ ; 'SR.j Ou. ; :+??ti,.r k
::; .. Only $65 month for this 2 bedroom furnished! home.
: : By ALBKIIT W. COOKE wM' Move in today. No qualifying.
\'( U AND YOUR FIRST gone lazy to get up off {It and ----0-

t GRADER SCHOOL get him started on time. Get 2004 NW 43rd Street
Often I've heard people say your child off to a good starjt.HMALL ,
about their kids, "She should I Iq.a $350 Down $70 Month pays all
ba in but I late INVESTMENT A 2-bedroom 1 bath Florida
grade was room, nicely landscaped
getting her registered." You BIO DIVIDENDS partly furnished Sundlay 15
j open p.m.
know this sounds like an un Another thing while we are BARBARA BURNETI'Experienced
truth yet I have found that in telling about school. Your kid operator, is -o-

many cases this Is true regardless of grade, Is requiredto now at $490 down $79 month all
many people don't know whenor pay a small school fee. I pays
how to register their begin don't know exactly what or LORET'S SALON OF 1825 N.W. 41st STREET

ning school kids They wait un how much the fees are but I do BEAUTY May be used as a duplex with a 1 bedroom, 1 bath
til the older kids return to know that Its around $5.00. I 4606 NW 7th Ave.
school then they go out to the think you owe It to your childto each side or a, -bedroom, 2 bath home with car-
school to register their first have these few dollars for PL 8.6061INCARNATION porte. Furnished' complete, fruit trees galore. Only

graders. Maybe I am off but him when he goes to school In -------- -- $9,500 total. Open Sunday 1-5 p.m.
here is the way 1 see it. Duringthe September. It should be embarrassing -
last month of the school to you if you don't, because -0-
year that's around May or June you've had all summerto A friendly salesman will show you these. We arrange -
the registration process begins get the lousy five dollars. The Rev Elisha Clarke Jr., financing also.TRIO.
for the next year. Those You'll not get any where else vicar of the Incarnation has
who miss this opportunity geta other than the school so much been transferred. He now servesas
second chance in August. fee so little that Is your kid vicar of the Church of the REALTY
Right now the school doors are be proud of him make him I Transfiguration at Opa-locka I
j' open. They welcome you. If proud of you, support him and I and also as vicar of St. Andrew's ,
1F, you have a beginning first grader his school In every way youcan. Hollywood. : 801 NW 54th _Street
and you have not register. His future depends so Father Clarke has served us'',
j, ed him yet, why not do it now- much on you.HEREDITY for more than five years. We' PL 9-8372 PL 9.5455 NE 5.8745
go on out to the school and get wish for him success in his new I
that child squared away. Yes, ENVIRONMENT, work.
do It now, avoid the Septemberrush LOVK Last Sunday the Rev. Theo.
Schools are open from I'm a bellecer in heredity. dore Gibson: vicar of Christ
around eight o'clock' In the I believe that in the seed lies Episcopal Church, Coconut. .
morning until three in the af the character or the subsequent Grove, was the celebrant and
ternoon. unfolding of character. But I guest preacher at our church. NOW OPEN!
also believe' In environment.The Father Gibson has always been
IUIITH CERTIFICATEAnother I people environment for a keenly Interested in the Incarnation
thing about this registration child is beauty and cleanliness. and we are always 24 HOURS A DAY AIR CONDITIONED
business I thinka I know it's a difficult Job for pleased to have him with us.

birth certificate or some type some to provide the proper en The Rt. Rev. James Duncan, HARLEM HOUSE RESTAURANT
proof of age Is required. You vironment. But Is it so hard to .B. D., M.A., Suffragan Bishop
can get your child's birth cer provide a little love or thought. with headquarters In Miami,
tiflcate-from"thebureau of vital ulness? Do the best, you can.
the Vestry that It will
statistics 'of' the' 'county and That's the most anyone can ex- not Ite long before the Incarnation -. 745 N.W. 62nd St. PL 1-9383
state In which the child was pect. Do the best that you pos. will have a new vicar..
b6rn.Jt yoir- ChH4 W the siby) can .Thep! sQarct# : Y9"r On Sunday, August 26, the
in Miami you may write soUl to fee i If you can do more. Rev. Tillman B. Williams, vicarof "ALL ARE WELCOME"
Bureau of Vital Statistics, 1350 Do this and heaven will be St. Jude, will b? CeJebf nand
NW 14th '#. | one e you are nearer to you "Vtopia" will bea guest preacher at the 8, .
required to send dollar in part of your horizon. a.m. service. '
check or money order along
with"YP p.1appU tJqrIJ1/ \ make VDVICE, TO YOUTH MENU SPECIALS
lug IftWUcat1t1 'YI I list' the Tho ibest advice one can give
child's date of birth, the moth- to a child is that he choose his ST. BARNABAS W. M.

et's name, father's name, ,the parents wisely, because the Rev. E. A. Culnjer) pastor BREAKFAST "
h spital Information thing Is either broken
or any other spade or
Mrs. Dawktas
,. that'wilT aw In' finding argejy l );, 'right there. Your boy reporter
your child's birth entry. Cousin. Sunday School was opened by Sausage with, two eggs, grits and toast ........I.. ...... 57c.. ,

MOT'S DE FAIR Mrs. M. Culmer by singing.
In this day and time it isvery METROPOUTAN devotions. Panel discussion DINNERS .
wrong that a child shouldb A. M. E. with the students on the lesson .
behind in his grade, beC 1778 NW 69th Street which was very successful. LAMB CHOPS PORK CHOPS STEAK CHICKEN
use; someone was too dog. Rev. J.:..J, Williams, pastor ,
Sis. Celia Day and Morning worship was led by SEAFOODS
I lire Samuel Johnson, reportersThe the pastor. We had worshipping

SEE THE SOUTH'S pastor, officers and memo and with family us Rev.lie E.also E. deliveredthe Newbold : Choice of all clavors of I. ., cakes,

LEADING COLORED hers proudly announce that message. He preached from with order
heir I
quarterly conference was
I 2nd Timothy. Everyone was
PSYCHIC READER a success. The conference bean spiritually blessed. DESSERTSChoice

-'ONHtJl' HER- with: Friday evening Aug. 17, No 1 choir furnished music
Presiding Elder J. A. I of all flavers of ice pies cakes
Roberts presiding. Elder Roberts with Mrs. Tlllman Knowles at cream, ,
s ea. p is the piano. No. 1 ushers board puddings
akx newly
;; 3 q appointed to the I
a North Miami
first conference District was held and his at I Evening' worship was led by Fully equipped soda fountain: Sundaes malts

Metropolitan. He was received the pastor. He preached from shakes
with open arms and the No. 3 Exodus 22nd chapter, 22nd .
; Many more dishes to chose from. Plan to
choir rendered the service verse, "The First Token of Divine many
for this occasion.song, Sunday Fellow hip/' Everyone bring the whole family' and guests for a delicious
morning, Elder Roberts delivered was: blessed! by the spirit. Sunday dinner

was n extracted powerful from sermon the 1 which Cor Roberts We are a speedy still wishing recovery.Mrs. R. ..... '" ........ .......... ......... "' ''' ........ "' ''" ................ ......

inthians; text, "By the Grace of "
God, I am that which I am."
Let her years.of experience guideand
This Sunday at 3 p.m. our
protect throughout
you usher boards Nos, 1 and 2 are
114 n Hfhthonse guides the .b11l8 1 celebrating their KING SOLOMON'S
hi a storm For success Jut Imsl-
II.>NS and love. You are cordially Invited to attend
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li Mh&M NHS Students

N Scoring a smashing change of I City Seeks To Raze Slum Units I
1 pace for any of the noted entertainers .
In the greater Miami The City of Miami filed 10 has been set.
area, Little Willie John, who
suits last Friday to demolish
with other ,owners
makes his home In Miami Along (
an come to Northwestern. Senior delapidated properties. named and addresses of property
High School. City Attorney Robert D. Zah- the city wants to demolishare
"I want to give a 'teen showto ner asked the Circuit Court In : Security Trust and Edna
all the Miami youth to show each case to declare the prop Pearl Jones, 1950 NW 4th court;
1 my appreciation for their co erty a nuisance, order its demolition Anna Rose, 419 NW 3rd ave.,
x operation In huylntr my records and enjoin the owners Virginia K. Moore, 1321 Fro w
4 ," said Little Willie. "I will from renting it. No trial date ave.Jackson's .
assume complete responsibility:: .
for the entire show." l ,
Promising not to "stand us I
up" as so many of our enter-
tainers have done before him, Toddle InnOFFERS
Little Willie will appear In thegym
Saturday night, Sept. 1.
The dance will last from 7 to -
11 p.m. Come out to see and
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w The best in pre-school trainingThe
A Miami based Cafeteria the coffee man for the Par k
chain the! Park Lahe Cafeterias! Lane Cafeterias. finest primary instruction
announced this week that they : Is a non-profit
have! been awarded the 1962' organization formed by the Pan Registration and Inspection of Facilities Dan,.
American Coffee Bureau ahd
"Golden Cup" Award by Coffee
Brewing Institute for the best the National Coffee Association BEGINNING SUNDAY, AUGUST 19TH
cUp of coffee served and brewed to encourage through researchand
In South Florida. education the Improvementof 10: a.m. to 6 p.m.
coffee as a beverage.
Kenneth W. Burgess, director Lloyd Guthrie Is manager of RATES $7.00 PER WEEKHot
of the Institute awarded a the Park Lane Cafeteria, Hla-
golden cup and saucer to Harry leah branch which won the Lunches Insured Transportation
L Hoffman, president of thE! award.
Greater Miami Restaurant Association Smiling approvingly are Ruth TRAINED TEACHERS
and Robert Smith, Morgan and Beatrice Martin.
I I Why settle for less your child deserves the best

Vizcaya Host To batik wall hanging, enamet-on- hear Little Willie John sing all 3038 NW 48th Terrace NE 4-4308
copper and ceramic art objects. of his famous sons such as
Grove House' "This sort of live exhibition "Let Them Talk/ 'evcr,1IIJust i Mrs. I. R. Jackson Mosley, Owner Supervisor
when changed frequently Because" and many more.
A carefully-selected group of makes Vizcaya a showcase both Admission $1.00 each.
ceramics, sculpture, Jewelryand of antique and modern art,"
enamel-on-copper art from said A. D. Barnes( director of
Dade County Park and Recreation
Grove House of Coconut Grove
has been placed In the exhibit Department. "The craft
room at Vizcaya for a month. work of local artists from
long exhibition. Grove House Is lively and pre --t
Following Its policy of rotating sents an entirely new type of Go
exhibits regularly in the exhibit for us."
second floor exhibition gallery, Persons wishing to see the w9T
Vizcaya opened the room to exhibit dally and Sunday may : -
contemporary local art for the do so at the regular $1.25 admission QO EAST >
first time in its history. The to Vizcaya's famous
exhibit Includes 44 pieces Italian House and Gardens. BUT .
ranging from sterling rings, There is no extra charge for ,
uncut emeralds, wood sculpture, the Grove House exhibit.


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