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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: August 17, 1963
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The Times are Changed and we are Changed With Them .. ...,,,

40th YEAR, No. 51 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1363 16 PAGES 1 E Q w,
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Stevenson Adds Negro Shriners Invade:\ Mi i ti'ZO,96', 63'I I

Specialist To StaffFormer ,A VO J V T'Y For 99th Convent! 'y ,

Urban A Senate committee In Washington .5 Delegates to the 09th Annual joint meeting Satui af-:,7"iI"(

investigating public relations Convocation of the National noon. ,
League Official, Gets activities in Portugaland Supreme Council, Ancient and Memorial services for deceased -
other foreign governments, Accepted Scottish Rite Masons members will be conduce: "
UN Post quashed the Portuguese-inspir and its auxiliaries are, in Miami Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at
ed objection to Montero. 4 In large numbers. Bayfront Auditorium.The .
Frank Montero, a Negro, was public Is invited.
added by U. S. Ambassador to During the 1960 election, Mon They have outlined a full-
the UN, Adlai Stevenson Mon- tero played a role In President rounded program for the week Other features of the week.
day'' as a specialist on African Kennedy's campaign. He has v beginning Saturday, Aug. 17. Include: The Charity Ball, Eastern *-
Affairs to the American Mission traveled widely In Africa, helped The gavel will be sounded by Star and Daughters of Isls'
to the United Nations. to organize the African- the Most Powerful Sovereign ; Banquet, Shriners Grand Ball1.
I American '' sponsored' by the Imperial'and
students foundation, Grand Commander, Dr. William
In spite of secret bloc which brought large numbers of J, FItzpatrick calling the con Council and the Annual
Portuguese;. diplomats to scholarship students to U. S. vention to order at Miami's Scholarship Award presentation. -
the appointment Montero was before .
schools Washington Uayfront Auditorium.
named special assistant to the stepped up its own program. Hampton House is. convention
mission He Is a former fund I The opening session will be a headquarters ..
raising official for the Urban The appointment of Monterowas Mrs. Alma Brooks ..
League, approved by Stevenson
since last spring, but was In the
In 1001, as an official of the grip of red tape, including Por- I Freedom March Train to Washington I
American Committee on Africa, tuguese objections. Retired PrincipalDies
Montero made a trip by car
through Portuguese Angolo and Attdniey General Robert I Miami integration leaders to the basic moral principle of
later. reported on nationalistyearnings Kennedy, a political friend of have organized a Freedom. human equality and brotherhood -
} there for independence -I Montero, heard of the delay and Train to take Mlamlans to "
of Lisbon. acted to hasten the appointment. Washington, D.C for the Aug.
The Atlantic
Coast Line
f Mrs. Alma Ferrell Brooks, 28 March on Washington.
Champion will leave Miami
who was a well known retired All Americans, regardless of Aug. 27 at 0:30: a.m. arriving in
; principal of the Dade County race or creed are being urgedto Washington Aug. 28, 7:30: a.m..
'Y tY Public Schools, died Wednesday join the march to demand The return trip can be made!
evening, Aug. 11 at the Christian ((1)) that Congress pass a civil ''at 7:50: p.m. Aug. 28.
rights bill that will the
Memorial Hospital after restore '
Round trip fare Is 17.20 and,
constitutional rights denied
an intermittent Illness. now for reservations call Atty. Hen I
the Negro people.
ry Arrington FR 1-3908, Dr. J,
She was a member of the Mt. ((2)) To assure neither water- O, Brown. FR 3-2704 or Garth I''
Zion Baptist Church where sho Ing down, nor compromise;'tit' 'C.. ReTSves, OX 1-0421. i '

sang with' the No.2 choir and filibuster aigalnst civil rights Join the March on Washington
legislation,, by either political
worked with the Baptist TrainIng
party. ; for Jobs and Freedom, The
Youth Dept. .
((3)) To :offer a great'' witness time Is NOW '

Having taught in the state for -
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29 years, of which 21 was done I
!In Dade County, she served as

h a principal 20 of these 21 years. r r'Li'

She had a wide community _ _
Interest which caused her to become
affiliated with various organizations -

the following and at was the active time she In 'THE IORCH OF' rR uii J b I

lied: i,. ,

. Making {tudy of African, Schools Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, ; ;irk
Inc.( The Links, Inc. The Poinsettia -
AlMs Priscllla Stephens, I Before returning to the MatesIn Social Club Non-Parell
daughter of Mm. Lottie Scare September Albs Stepluns Social Club and Atlas Temple of
of Richmond Heights,. is in will also ,visit Home, London Elks Lodge.
Africa on a fellowship from the 'and GenovA. !
Ghana government making a Shown with MM. .",, Stephens is : Her survivors are: husband, I
study of the ?,.countr)"' public. C. n. Payorsey.fc prominent Ac- 'Alexander; a son Theodore
"crv1 1 Blue and his wife. Wills a stepson
schools. era' businessman' who lit' ; .
Miss 'Stephens 1tas't'*muters, : ing as her personal, guide,. on Alexander Jr.; five grandchildren
degree In education from the the tour. The picture was made ; mother, Mrs. Sarah I Iiel1f
New York's Bank Street Col- at London Airport ;as. they left 1 Ferrell; two 1/rothers, Andrew 4,
lege. I for DuHKcMorf" West. .Germany. and Huwltt Ferrell; three sisters -
1 : Eloise Combs; Carolyn
Coffee and Rowena Brady, andi t

Barnett Tries To Halt T"' host of other relatives. i

I ; Services will be held Saturday t.
\ug.: 17 at 10 a.m. at Mt. Zion
Meredith's Graduation Baptist[ Church with the Rev.
.. Emory O. Jackson officiating.
James, H. 'Meredith" 'took his The Investigating subcommittee Range Funeral Home !in charge.

last examination at Ole Miss in has not reported.2JCharged . There will he no viewing of "
Jackson, Miss., Wednesday, but the body in the church. i
his graduation might. still be
held back Sunday. With The family I Is, making a special
request in lieu of flowery
t 'Ross
GOY Barnett called the
friends are asked to make dona
state College board Monday to dons to the Alma F. Brooks .
I delay Meredith's graduationuntil Dope: Possession Memorial Fund Christian National Supreme Council Rite Masons, Grand Secretary
9 report Is made on Hospital. Ancient and Accepted Scottish General Rev. J; Henry Bonney
whether he violated a UnIver- Assistant! State Attorney (left) of Detroit, ,and National
sity of Mississippi order against District Deputy Ornery D. Moore
Arthur E. Iluttoe flied suit
students Issuing Inflamatory (right) from New York City
statements, ordering, the boardto against two men arrested by I White Postal Workers Charge Bias receive scrolls of friendship at
speed up Investigation .of..the Miami police, and charged with Miami's ,Internationally famous
charges.! The Post Office Richard Torch of .Friendship. The pair
DepartmentIn Murphy, assistant
Barnett said he had called,the possession.of at 1952 NW I
dope arrived In Miami ,
attention of University 'Chan.: Dallas, Tex., has been sued postmaster general In charge of Wednesday
cellor J. D. Williams and ,the 3rd .court. by ten white postal workers, personnel, said among other Aug. 14 and preceed some 1,500
board to statements by Mere: < I saying the agency discriminated things, the Negroes who rank- delegates expected for the organization's -
\ dlth which, In my opinion, The raid netted 16 pounds ofmarijuana I against them because of race. ed down on the register, were vention to be, 09th.held annual in Bayfront con- I
chosen because
clearly. and :unmistakably violated -" 34 marijuana clga- The suit was filed In U. S. office had the Dallas post Park Auditorium Aug. 1723.. It i
"consistently dls-
r the terms_ of the directive. rets, ,a bottle of marijuana seed District Court in Washington. criminated" against Negroes In Is' this group's first meeting in ."

j Headed by Barnett, the State three bags of powdered heroin, The workers charged that the the past. this world famous resort area '
Sovereignty Commission had and two syringes. Taken to jail post office promoted three Necrroes In their suit, the ten white and Miami headquarters ore at
also recommended and "If the were Covington Lee, 37, of 2010 to supervisory posts although men asked the federal court to I the Hampton House.MiamiMetro ,
directive had ',been violated, the white workers rank- kill the promotion of the Negroes .
NW 5th court, and Willie Smith News Bureau
punitive action be taken _against Pd higher on a promotion. reg- and fill the vacancies w
., Meredith."_ ? 45, of 1737 NW 6th,Av ,ter-.. ister. from the promotion register. Photo. ,_


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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Sunday at the home of her Elks Present
daughter, Mrs. Luella Black,
;PAGE 2 SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1963 1411 NW 69th Terr. Those pres- Awards
ent were her son Alfred, his Citations
wife and four children of Sara-
sota; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eng-
lish and six children, Mr. and On Sunday.evening the fcdti-
Mrs. Emott Chapmhn of Holly- cational Committee of, Sduth
wood, l''la., Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Florida Elks presentedtheir
Gaines and ,her daughter, Mrs. annual scholarship and citation
sip. This affair was planned to
Corine Manning. The Alfred p x'nf be on the beautiful lawn of the
Houstons left for their home on Range Funeral Home; but the
Monday morning. elements, decided otherwise: and
Mrs. Range graciously welcomed -

:TIMOTHY: MCCARTNEY, well as other relatives.Mrs. Miss EVERETTE INGRA- us Into her home.A .
custom official of Nassau, Bahamas HAM left Monday via Eastern varied program which Included -
... and' his daughter, Ann, Milicent Wilson, Mrs. Air Lines for New York City the Junior Elks of Liberty
'"are spending[ their vacation Gloria Lucey and daughter, and Philadelphia to visit rela- Temple and renditions by
.* here visiting friends and rela- Venda Rei and Patrice and tives and friends. Baldwin Hepburn, Miller and
lives. Mr.-; McCartney is the Arthur Eve motored to Higgs, made this hour of fine
> T house guest of Leroy Johnson bert, SC. where Mllllcent ncm-I Arr, & arts an enjoyable one.
of 1701 .NW '5th) Ave. Ann is Patrice remained while CHARLES C. NORTH of Something new was added
house guest .of* little Lynda of the party headed for the i,I I North's Travel Bureau, was In this year as three of our youth
.l and Lynn WJIlIams, 1775 NW bright lights of New York Cftyl I[I Nassau over the weekend with '' were presented in a contest at
.. 55th St. / '.'f for a two week stay as guestsof Mrs Lugusta Colston and Mrs. Brown the piano. Beethoven's Fuer
x Mrs. GracIe Williams Maude Reid making plans for Gerry international Elise was the chosen composition -
*' and;, \' r the Links convention at the hair stylist, will introduce new Ernestine Campbell and
Mr.; Mrs. A. W. BRA-
SHEAR, of Dallas, Tex. visited Mrs. ELLEN HEIDTH Is Nassau Beach Lodge next year. product by Clairol at WilliamJ. Eugene Smith tied for second
her' sister, Lugusta Colston re- spending several days In Nas- O'Brien's Beauty Show to be place and Charles Frazier won
cently. While in our city many sau at the British Colonial. ThisIs Mrs. JANIE REEVES, who held at Sir John Hotel, Monday, the coveted trophy. Lee Brown,
courtesies were extended the Mrs. Heidi's first visit to the has been in the Christian Hospital Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. a Herald Oscar. winner was cit-
Brashears. Sister Dugusta as- Island city.Among for a week Is convalesc- 9, 10, and 11. ed and W. O. Perry, our State
lug at her home to the delightof president was pleasantly sur-
companled them to Detroit and Clinics will be held \
her friends. Mondayand prised as he was presented
later made Miamians attendingthe
an unplanned return
Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 5p.m. with a beautiful plaque for out-
with them their exercises at
trip to Dallas commencement
On Wednesday at 9 p.m. a standing service in Elkdom.
:borne, As though this FAMU Cornelius James
was not were The GEORGE RAINS (Lois dance will be held and awards Other members were cited with
enough travel, Lugusta and and children wno saw their Anton) family of New York en- will be presented. Door prizes Dts. Hester Rivers, Mae Woods
Maude Reid spent the weekend mother, Willie Mae, receive her Joyed a two-week visit with and special deals will be offer and Bro. Johnson
Rolly present.
In Nassau making plans for the Oral Allen who
masters degree. relatives In our city. They will ed. ing the citations. Our gracious
Links national assembly which witnessed the conferring of the return to New York this weekend mistress of ceremonies Rosella
3s scheduled to convene there In masters degree on Marion P. Advance reservations be ,
the summer of 1964. Allen made Davis presided in a most effi-
only through William J.
cient manner. Our thanks to
handto Airs DOROTHY R. HARRIS O'Brien and Co., PL 9-2766 or our
NASSAU seems to have DOVE WYNN was on many friends and to the Rangesfor
drawn its share of Miami see his wife, Audrey, receive has returned after spending an any authorized licensed beau- their hospitality. Harold
tioners this summer. Among her masters degree; Mrs. Jessie enjoyable weekend in Nassau. tician. Hlggs, chairman.
those Lewis Tanner's graduation was
seen vacationing there
were Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Shirley witnessed by her husband, Wal-
ter and her sisters, Nurses Ver- ,
Carl Hanna Beatrice
na and Naomle Lewis. daughter, Antoinette, have been
the Earl Mizells, also vacationing in New York City.
stopped; for a brief stay on the
island enroute 'home from their Mr. and Mrs. REGINALD Mrs.- Mazle Rogers and Mrs. BARGAIN DAY

Bermuda vacation. MAJOR of WilliamslAirg, N. J. Ora Lee Harris of Deland were
were recent visitors to our cityas house guests of Mrs. Earline
MIAMIANS guests of Mrs. George Stylesof Cliette last week.
National Dental attending the NW 1st lace. Mr. Major Is Bonanza!
meeting In *
Mrs. Styles brother. The
Philadelphia were Dr. James : HENRY SENIORS has returned -
White, Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Hawkins Majors also made a trip to Nas- I from vacationing in Jamaica savings, r*>
and Dr. and Mrs. W. Mur- sau and the out Islands where He was house guest of ductlMi. I. price frmnovr
rell. I they spent a week visiting before itoek. Yen
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sullivan of own
returning to Miami and the University of W. I. ,St. An- will find tk. m."
Hannah Edwards, Clara back to Jersey drew. N.m. Brandi
Knight, Genevieve Lockhart MwehandlM IncludedIn
Henry Mott and Aurienta Weir MRS CATHERINE WIL- thi *.!..
returned home this week after LIAMS McKINNEY will be ANNOUNCEMENTDade
pursuing further studies this celebrating a birthday on this
summer at various universities. Saturday, Aug. 17. Her family County School Lunch DRESSES
will be enjoying this Joyful day Association will hold its annual

EDDIE DANIELS Is visiting with her. fellowship meeting at Miami '
Northwestern Sr. High School 5. 7.
her mother In Abbeville, S. C.
Auditorium on Aug. 23 at 2:30:
Mrs. ELIZABETH HOUS- All members
p.m. are requestedto
THE SAMUEL HARRISONS, TON had a family reunion last be present.
Alonzo Jackson and their child .. VoluM to 19.9
ren accompanied by their r
mother, Blanche Dean returned "qe Arntl J..ylo,
home after an enjoyable vaca- Dacron bUndi, chlfUitt,
tion In New York City and crp I A 2 piece! .Jt.
parts north. S555T Jck. Styl. Slwi 5
I t.20. '

Mrs. ROBERT YOUNG (Do- d I II ,' f
reen) attended the summer No wonder I
graduation exercises at FAMU A SELECT FEW REDUCEDUP

where she received her 25 year TO 40%. SELLING
pin. Before returning home she 1 NOW FROM $11.00 to

and hpr sons, Robert Paul, Hen- the Englishkeep !, $19.00. Formerly uo to
ry and Jeffrey spent a few daysat 39.95.

to Marion cool I J r .

Allen, Edwin Demeritte so
and Willie Mae James upon I SPORTSWEARSleeveless
whom the masters! degree was I
conferred at FAMU last week-

end. F (mix Cordon's gin in a tall, and Rolled

GET WELL wishes to Ruth iced drink-and you will, too!) Sleeve BLOUSES

Flanders; who is recuperatingat Dacron & CottonJAMAICAS
her Opa-locka home after
surgery at Mt. Sinai Hospital.

-MISS BARBARA BO'NEY, The English arc not easily fazed, Arnel / Jersey

Miami Times secretary, visited by summer heat. This
Bimini last weekend via the national talent s given a cheer ; BLOUSES & SKIRTS *.
Calypso Liner. She was a guestof
Yama's,' a new guest house ful accompaniment in 1769,, '
owned by boxer Yama Baha- when Alexander Gordon in- j

ma. She likes the friendly atmosphere troduced his remarkablegin $18$488 :
of the Island, ESPEC
IALLY that of William Butler The Cordon'syou drink today .

and his lovely wife Dot. harks back to his origl
-s Value to 10.99
nal formula,because -
does not 4
one tamper ; .
of Philadelphia is in our '; f >
city visiting her mother, her with gin of such distinctive .':,
sister, Hortense Robinson, as dryness and Ddelicateflavour.Ttyit

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$10 Billion Dollar Domestic Plan

To Upgrade Negroes in America Beauticians Re-Elect K. E. Whickham '

- Organization Gives Inc., New York; Alice A. Dunnl-
Urban League League executive secretary,, spent to advance job opportunities r gan, resident's: committee ( of '"
who was In a day-long confer- for Negroes. Grants wouldbe $5,000 to UNCF Equal Job Opportunities, Wash-
Makes Ambitious ence at the White House when given firms for setting up Ington; Nannie M. Turner, Sf II I
the plan was discussed, thinks apprenticeship programs for CHICAGO Dr. Katie E. Louis Argus, Mo.; Leon M. Wallace '
Proposal that the program would be financed Negroes. Teachers would be Whickham of New Orleans, La., assistant to the administrator ,.I !
by federal, state and local paid and the salaries of the Negro was unanimously re-elected the Veterans Administration. I
The National Urtton: League governments as well as by apprentices might be supple president of the National Beau- Washington; Mal Good.t..Amerl. \
has proposed one: of the most private foundations. mented while In training. ty Culturists League at the 44th can Broadcasting Co. NY? John i
ambitious programs ever ad- The "Domestic Marshall 1 Over the past 10 years, gov- annual convention held here H. Sengstacke, Chicago Ifcfon- \
vahted!! for the Upgrading of Negroes Plan" would finance Job train- ernment statistics show that last week, Joining with the der
in m&l'ica. Ing and apprentice courses for, Negro wages improved from 41 NBCL-ECMA Trade Show at ,
Named the "Domestic Mar- Negroes, scholarships, health per cent of the salaries of the Hotel Sherman House. The Harvey Russell, vice president
shall Plan," the proposal calls programs, business financing. white workers in 1939 to better "Trade Show" was under the Pepsi Cola Bottling Co.,
for the spending of 10 billion book buying and tutoring. than 60 per cent now. direction of James W. Bluford New York; Claire Johnson Clairol I
dollars over a 1$-year period. "The gap between Negro and While accurate of Philadelphia. The organization technician, Chicago; Clay J.Clalborn .
The aim would be to close the white, across the board! Is al.. of conditions an iir the labor portrayal force rightfully deserves praisesfor special assistant to ,
gap, except socially between the ways widening In terms of such Sweatt said, these Its active participation and the chairman, Republican National .
Negro and white citizens! of the things as education and Income for the figures are financial support to the United Committee, New Jersey;
United States. ," Sweatt said. "If we are misleading whole.working The age Negro College Fund, with a Dr. J. H. Jackson minister! Ii I
The League acknowledgesthere going to close that gap, some- Negroes for as a Jobs that demand competition $5,000[ gift at this time: its support president National Baptist Con "
are many hurdles to be thing in addition to equal opportunity skill has eliminated large to the NAACP with several vention, Chicago; Charles! Smith f
surmounted before final planscan has to be added. We bers of from the laWor $500 life memberships duringthe director of special activities of
be announced, but expectsto must go beyond equality" force. year; the adopton of and Royal Crown Cola; Mrs. Mae
make a report within the Because of the long lag between support to the Civil Rights Bill; Garris owner of Orchid Beauty
next three' months. the education of large lie said this group would be and special emphasis on the School, New York; Mrs. Lucille
Heman Sweatt, assistant director masses of Negro and white salvaged by the "Marshall Plan"Idea. building of human relations Schuler, owner of La Roberts
of the Urban League in children, the Urban League through service anti directed School of Beauty Culture, of
the South, said, "We are just feels that the finest teachers leadership. Brooklyn and Johnson's Publications -
Bating meat on the bones now." should be made available to Ne.groesi Chicago
said that the federal whether in Integrated or The general theme of the Highlights of the convention
government Is exploring "at a schools. The pro- convention which was, "In Included: Hair Style Show -
High level" the feasibility of the posed plan would help pay the Business Not Just For Profit- male artists of NBCL, chairman
But to Profit by Better Serv- Henri Judan, Talent Night,
Whitney Young Jr., Urban i cost.Much of the money would be 1 ing," was In pace with the 20th Pink 'N Green Ball, Crowning
century progressiveness thru "Miss! Institute" Dawn Breakfast
out both the Institute and Con Theta Nu Sigma Soror-
vention sessions, with some of ity Tour-Milwaukee, Mia., Mrs"
Former Miamian to Address the nation's most outstanding Ethel Harris chairman, Gradu-
I personalities receiving NBCL ation Workshop St. M a r k
service and leadership awards. M. E. Church; Welcome Party
Frontiers ConventionRobert Among those to whom Dr. -hostesses, Allied
; Whickham presented awards at gists of 111., Orchid Cosmetolo'I; 'I

A. Wallace, recently tor, Office of Manpower, Em- the Presidents' Banquet on i host, Chuck Smith of C. Cola,
assistant of' ployment and Training, U. S. Monday, Aug. 5 were: Ethel Officers' Luncheon, Visit Job. !I' ,
appointed secretary
Dept. of Labor; James R. Pool + , Payne, president's committee for herR and Manufacturers' Booths 'I
the Treasury will address the ti Women (It
Jr., assistant to the director a Activities, Washington, nvc Annual Musical and Tea,
opening sessions of the 27th annual Office of College Relations and s D C.r Bernadine C. Washington, National Hair and Fashion
convention of Frontier In. Recruitment, U. S. Civil Service social editor and fashion coor- Show National Hair Designer -
teratlonal when It convenes in Commission! ; and, William McLaughlIn dinator, Chicago; Marjorie S. Guild Sorority Ball -
Chicago at the SheratonBlackstone training officer, Navy Joyner, president, United Beau- Theta Nu Sigma Sorority,
Hotel August 20-23. Dept. ty School Owners and Teachers, Breakfast Junior Executivesand
Chicago; Lou Lu Tour, Trustees
The theme for the convention, They will discuss the Federal relations director for the Nation The lOflt NBCL convention
"Preparation for life In a NewCentury" 'Governments program for Negroes al Beauty Culturlsts League, will be held In New York City. I I
will be explored thru in connection with the on-

two seminars, featuring a day .the-job training, apprenticeship 111nnd Mrs. Blicdrlc E. Carr, Painless, Office Treatment of I'
devoted to business and eco- : training and new job opportunities I I
nomics, and a second to Youth In skilled trades re 11530 SW 110th Tern, Richmond RUPTURE : .,
Services.H. suIting from the elimination of Height, nnnounro the engagement PILES ::'
of their daughter, Brenda
racial bars by labor unions, the
Daniel Lang, ,community recruitment program and the Ann Frazier, to Robert Clifford Rectal Diseases' Varicose Veins' Pro. M1
specialist, Children's Bureau Apprentice Mechanic Trades Samuel Llnton, 14042( Monroe Mfato-No lout time-Dlsrnrd Trim
from the U. Department of Work-learn program of the Navy Ijlnton, won of Mr. and Mrs. Upon, Correction of Itupture. Reducing ',-
Health, Education and Welfare Dept.Frontiers. St. DR. LONO'8 CLINIC
will the Youth Services
Seminar International is a Tho bride-elect In' a graduate IMS 8.W. 1st 81FR 32748. A general health service I
on Wednesday, Aug. Service
Organization with clubs
21 which time of five of Hooker T. Washington High ,
at a panel located in 59 cities of the Unit
School and IH
Youth Service Committee chairmen now attending
ed States and Africa. The
group Prairie View A&M Collf'} .
will lead discussions on a will meet in Miami In 1004.i .
workable program of vocational Llnton graduated from ))or ey
guidance, with special emphasis High School and Tyler Barber ADULTS ONLY A I
College, Tyler, Texan. He Is
training.on school Mr. Lang drop-outs was and formerly job- i iv .....-............. now proprietor of the Richmond ,
director of the Greater Miami Height Barber Hliop. A Decent
Urban League.Employment. 10-SAFPTY-3!) I her wedding is planned. 1 Bedroom Garden Type Apts. II

status of Ne- .......... in Flniidi
groes in the United States will o ,
receive the attention of the Condominium (own your own) ,

business and economic seminaron There IN no gain so certain as .t. TO BE BUILT AT GOULDS FLA. ,
Wednesday with such dis- that which arises! from sparing \

Gregory cussion ,leaders assistant as to Francis the direct A. what you have. PublluaByrns. Development U 1 % miles ((5 minute) south of "'I

Cutler Ridge Shopping Center :

a Price $6,450 up-$67 month pays all

FAIR OPPORTUNITY (principal, interest, taxes, Insurance and maintenance) ,

All Electric Kitchen Wall to Wall Carpeting ,I ,, '

FOR \ I i

Home Ownership for All Ott .E ss L. BROD, REALTOR care Miami Times

AUTOSR22's 6740 NW IBth Ave. :f

Pay us a visit and lot us show the first fully ABOUT CONDOMINIUMS ;..(

Integrated state-chartered and loan (In the FILED
savings It., A new state law creating separate ownership to Individual .
South works for you. Liability InsuranceNEW apartment In a multiple-unit building will allow title "

f and counties to levy taxes on apartment holders.
ynll, ) IT TO YOURSELFI f ', ,
--- '- I Governor Bryant recently signed the bill which provident
JJ $107.00 YEARLYTo that deeds, mortgages and other title will be attached I

100% INTEGRATED ( and from work) to single apartments In a building, and as such, the unit
With good driving records
would be taxable.
ROOSEVELTSAVINGS $17 DOWN PAYMENT Under the new law, the responsibility will be taken
9 PAYMENT PLAN from the management and the Individuals will pay the

& LOAN ASSOCIATION We Can Insure You! taxes. 't

The system Is called condominium, or horizontal prop.'H'

6015 N. W. 7th Avenue, Miami Tel. 7546651Op Gulf I fire t Casualty erty regime. Apartment owner would share common prop ., ::f 'i

arty elements with others in the same building. Cooperative 'LL; U.

Inc. apartment, buildings would be subject to the law. ';:

Daily Monday Him AND FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE Delinquent taxes would be a lien against the apartments, '
from 10 4 ,.n"Y Friday from 10 AJ*.to 8 P.M. 1552 NW 54th STREETOX
to sale. The
6.1231WEEKDAYS building could be insured without affecting
Saturday from 9 A M. to 12 Noon
8:30 &30 the rights of each apartment owner to insure his ;
HAT. 0-' unit separately.The .
NORTHSIDE SHOPPING condominium property would have to obey laws "'

CENTER relating ,to fire escape and elevators, as do public buildings ''
Next to Woolworth's (rear ent.) but was not subject to control or regulation of'the S
79th S1. & 27th Ave.. MiamiPh. Hotel and Restaurant Commission. '
OX 6.1233 or 696-1233

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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, AUGUST 17. 1963tt I programs, and influence to a greater extent the moral Love and Charity to

climate of their community at large must be overcome. Hold Centennial
"This is not to say, however, that there is not much
that the white churches and their l leaders must b denim' blisible ALP
for to end the discrimination which i is< a 6f
The General Brand .
.AcceptedOrder their Christian faith of Brothers and Sisters of

.. -. - - Love and Charity will celebrate
its 50th biannual session, Aug,

,. 1C. SIGISMTJND RKKVKfl, Editor And Publisher Letter To The PASSAGE OP 20-22.The opening session will be
fJAKTIl C. RKlCVliS: Managing K litor held at Ebenezer Methodist
-- CIVIL RIGHTS Church 1042 NW 3rd Ave., 8
Member of the Associated Netfro; frees EditorMr. p.m. The general public I is invited
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association BILL SEENWASHINGTON to attend.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES Garth Reeves, The business session starts
ONE YEAR $s.ou SIX MONTHS '8.00 FOREIGN f MX Dear Garth: At the end Wednesday morning 10 o'clock.
Love arid Charity building 1113
ICittered as Second Class Matter, August 0, lOflT, at the Post Office I recall in a salesmanship of three days of Intensive but- NW 3rd AVe
at Miainl, Florida, under the act of March tt, 187O course I once took, that one of tonholing of Association Johh Bulrroughts Is G.G.W..
the ways to convince a prospectwas ress. the National Ellen Taylor G: G. Rec. *
Main Offlie at 074O N.\V. 10th Avehno-Phone OX 1.0421 to show him what benefitshe for the Advancement of Color :Minerva I#. Dabney, financial Sec'yand
Branch at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami Florida-Phone Fit 82280 would derive from buying ed People expressed. the conviction *- secretary. -
the product being offered. I began that the t>resld nt's -- -. -- -- -- -
"CREDO Of THIS NEGRO PRESS" to wonder If this technique civil rights bill will elude the rTwo
THIS NEGRO PRESS believes hat America can best load the world couldn't be used In the present parliamentary bboby-traps In Schools Win
from racial and national antagonisms when It accords to every man situation of desegregating restaurants both Houses of Congress and beenacted
regardless of race, color or (creed his human and legal right Hating and other businesses into law.
on man fearing no man-the Negro Press strives to help every man State ContestIn
In the firm belief that all men are hurt as long as anyone Is held I remember that when the Mi Opening the three=day session -
back. ami Springs Golf Course was here, Tuesday morning,
the 1962-63 JAC'contests
desegregated the Income of the ,
Aug. 6. NAACP Executive ,Sec-
James Weldon ,
course wentup. I am sure that retary Roy Wilkins called for 1 Johnson won
this Is true of most of the all-out of Presi- two first places l cbrl-
March On WashingtonAugust other businesses which have dent's packet support of .civil rights tests, and third place and honorable .
mention in the nationalall
done the same thing. with
measures strengthening
28 is the day the National Association for the Now I'm wondering If it isn'tpossible amendments. He warned against ( USA) contests.first Nathan B.
Young won place in the
Advancement of Colored People has set apart for a march to do some checkingon efforts to weaken the bill in any state contest,and special awardin
'on the Capitol-The Civil Rights March. such businesses to see what fashion. the national contest.
is alone in this march. There are the the effect has been, and If, as The JAC clubs In the Bunche
The NAACP not The NAACP leader paid tri-
I[ feel sure It will be, these establishments -
Congress of Racial Equality, the Southern Christian Lead- have shown great. bute to those Democratic and Park, Johnson and Young

ership Conference, the Negro American Labor Council, er Income since the change, itcouldn't Republican who are members actively working of Congress schools MacDonald are Chapter sponsored, DAR by ,John andit

the National Urban League, the Student Non-Violent Coordinating be publicized.I for enactment of the legisla- is proud that these groups,
Committee. realize that the hard-shell tion. Republican leaders, he with which it is so closely associated -
Leaders in these organizations are well known and segregationist won't be Impressed said, should be among those are teaching practical,
John Lewis Mar by such a report but the pushing for a stronger bill than good citizenship and are devel.
highly respected citizens. They : businessmen themselves are the one submitted by the Pres oping fine future adult Americans
tin Luther King, James Farmer, A, Philip Randolph, hound to be. Even if they don't ident. "They ought to be the .
Whiteney Young, Roy Wilkins, Ralph Abernathy and like the Idea, if it means more ones saying the President! has
Floyd McKissick.The money in the till, you can be not gone far enough, that a
sure they will go for it. stronger bill Is needed and committing APPRECIATIONThanks

purpose of the march is that massive, peace- It's just a thought that cameto such themselves to work for to Abe Sorkin of LIberty -
;ful and democratic demonstration in the nation's capital mind. Perhaps someone has want to legislation the : If they really 66 Service Station, 298 NW
'Would provide evidence of the need for the federal govern- already thought of it ,but Ihaven't they should get out-Kennedy Negro vote the back 20th St. who when Johnny Ed-
wards who took sick
heard a
ment to take effective and immediate action to deal with any reports from Kennedy in calling for
this point of view. Anyway, I meaningful on 3rd Ave: and 20th St. was
the national crisis of civil rights and jobs that all people, felt that I ought to pass it on Wilkins/ civil said.During rights law," Mr. refused a trip to the hospitalby
Negro and white are facing. for your consideration. police on Thursday, Aug. 15,
Sincerely, the conference, the and was carried to Abe's station
Among rights asked for are : Passage by Congress of George Savitt 645 delegates contacted 62 Sen- by Jim Holden and Cleo Rolle,
effective and meaningful civil rights legislation in this ators and 161 Representatives called until he was able to get
from 36 states. On the basis of service without money from
session immediate the nation'sschools
present ; .
reports submitted by the delegates Philbrick Amtfulance: Service in
and an end to police brutality directed against citi- Clarence Mitchell, direc-- ten minutes which took Johnny
zens using their constitutional right of peaceful demonstration. tor of the Association's Washington Edwards to the VA hospital.
Bureau, told a news con. Johnny spent 3 years and 7
f efnAtJ5' 8, that he believed months in World War II and we
Also for the and Federal
more jobs unemployed legis. M Civil Rights bill will think its nice of Abe Sorkin to
lation to promote an expanding economy.Is be cleared by the House Rules lend his kind help after Johnny
this too much to ask for? Committee! and that !it will also had to spend hours on the side
je Wrought to a vote on the walk.
President Kennedy's Civil Rights Bill covers practically Senate floor," He expressed
everything the marchers are asking for. Although, as passed.confidence that the bill will be
expected it is being criticized by many: mostly Southerner gallon of more than 200 headed

'There are those who believe the bill will become law, per and Representatives addition to this, Senators by Mrs., president Juanita of Jackson the, NAACP Mitchell -

:haps with some changes. to the Statler-Hilton who came state organization. They met
After 100 years since emancipation the whole South the assembled delegates to,address others with the entire Maryland Con-
:should feel that it is time to give the Negro the same rights met with the delegates Individually gressional delegation of two

.as those enjoyed by other citizens. huge delegationssmall in groups on or in Senators all of and whom eight, Representatives except Rep.-

This march that might have 200,000 citizens in Wash- 11111. Capitol Shore Rogers, made Morton commitments of the Eastern to

ington on August 28, should, appeal to our Congress, not Maryland alone sent a dele- support the entire MIL

to conduct a filibuster, but to deal fairly and squarely with j __ .
; - -
this age old problem that now has the, attention of the ..,. .,,-,t$,.!iI .".'><(>...'>..;KQ'{;.fJ. J_,1

whole world. Mrs. C. B. Pitts, popular local LIB-CITY I

Members are coming from the North, from the South, 'beautician, has received hermaster's ,
from the East and from the West. They are coming not as tional degree from the Na-
Beauty Culturtats'
warriors, but as peaceful messengers. Inc. Institute of Cosmetology 'DRIVE- IN
They have the best wishes. people of all races. Graduation exercises were held THEATRE
The Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, the Rt. Sunday, Aug. 4 at the Sherman OX 1.7959
Rev. Arthur Litchenberger of New York, in a special meet- Hotel in Chicago. 22nd Ave and 69th St

ing with more than 100 bishops of the House of Bishopsof
the Episcopal Church. passed resolutions favoring Civil Civil Rights in Fla. NOW SHOWING

Rights and gave their blessings to the March on Washing-
ton. t To be DiscussedThe E GREAT ADVENTURE BftTHgWmi "' '

Several Miamians are expected to join marchers from Community Relations II !
other Florida cities boarding a freedom-march train for Council, 210 Santander, Coral -
Washington. Gables, will) hold a special meet. to 1
ing Aug. 28, 8 p.m. at the Bis-
This is a historical occasion. Let us hope that the Con. cayne Terrace Hotel Terrace -
gress will give serious consideration to the aims of such a Room, 310 Biscayne Blvd.
spectacular mission.
Louis J. Mitchell, the new
executive director of the Florida
Council for Human Rela-
Ministers Must LeadAdon tions, will) present a telescopic
view of civil rights in Florida.
Taft' well known religious editor "Should Dade County Have a {IAIRISCH COMPANY_
for the :Miami Public Accommodation Ordi-
Herald in his interesting column last Saturday told of the nace?" will be the subject of. a (SIVE MCQUEEN
need for race leadership. In case some of our readers panel discussion by the follow- 'JAMES
missed reading it, Ye Editor reproduces it. . Here it is: ng leaders: GARNERJUCHARDA1IENBOROUGH .

the roughest immediate Warren Freeman, manager,
"Undoubtedly, problem fac- Biscayne Terrace Hotel; Father
ing the churches, as well as Greater Miami, is the race rheodore Gibson, president of
question. And' at the moment, the greatest responsibilitywill 1 AACP; Tobias Simon, attorney -THE:s GREAT ESCAI "
rest upon the area's Negro ministers. Only they can member of Florida Civil Rights r:

provide the leadership which can hold the situation in ,Williams Committee, moderator.The ; Dr. H.. Franklin ..COLORLIIIPANAYISION1IUCI1llt1nl. .. ,
check..until.working;.with the white clergy, they can evolve I
,.1 the ultimate solution. t end this public important is requested at- PLUS _

'; "Somehow/ the Inability of Negro churches in generalto Free parking space is Just RIDE VAQUERO"
across from the hotel, and the
erect suitable buildings, establish.: effective educational donation is 50 cents. .. ..

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BROWSIN'By Girl Scouts Camp At I SATURDAY AUGUST 17, 1963 PAGE 5. ''" r ,f

--... ... PAUL HENRY LJo: Winding Creek I Bunche Park Ever Worked For : t

That long winter's dream of Winding Creek, lessons in
Frank Montero, Negro spec- Mothers Thank
in the lake, Uncle Sam?
ialist in African affairs has been camping in the summertime be- archery, swimming t
appointed by Ambassador Ad- came a reality for 31 Girl Scoutsof enjoying the presence of many Swimming Teachers I
lai Stevenson as Special Assis- Troops 503, 377 and 409 as different kinds of birds and in. The Greater Miami Urban 1/t
tant for Mission services at the they boarded Wylly's charteredbus sects, enjoying identifying the Bunche Park Pool League has received requests .1
stars at night and most of all, I s
United Nations. all dressed In the official from various Federal Agencies
Girl Scout Camp uniform and the A11-Unit CampfIre where Dear Mrs. Williams' .. for individuals having Civil Ser \
Muslims have been muchin traveled to Camp Winding real fellowship and fun was en- We, the mothers of the child vice Status or individuals who
the news. Now comes anoth. Creek In Sebring. Joyed by all campers. ren you taught at Bunche Park have previously worked for the I
er International The girls widened their circles Pool this summer wish to thank Federal Government. A request :
These week In
White Muslims of the World, the new Troop spent and a Stay area and gained many experiences you. You were very patientand Is made of such individuals to
much opposed to the Black which was named "Wlncretros- through meeting other campers understanding. contact James W. Whitehead,
Muslims. They have distributed ta" by the sharing scouting ideas, and Mrs. Willie Beatrice Williamshas League executive as soon as '
circulars saying their groupis working together, thus prepar- volunteered more than 50 possible at FR 1-6470.
to protect their civil The group, divided Into three ing themselves for senior scouting hours through the Red Cross. I
and economic rights against the patrols, were under the and for finer womanhood.The She also is working on heir .
Black Muslims Wowl! What a adult leadership of Mrs. Myrtle girls who attended were Water Safety course. Her co- the others really deserved this "
time they are having. Bullard, leader of Troop 377; Troop} 509: Jewel Armstrong; worker, Mrs. Ana Holland, has honor as being most helpful to
- Miss Elizabeth M. Jones, Troop Troop 377: Cheryl Bullard, finished over 42 hours. It w a s I our children. Mrs. Williams ''f' )\
Dade County teachers taking 409 and- Mrs. Sallie Davileus, Carolyn Clayton, Sandra Mar- more than a thrill watching three classes Mrs. ,)i I
the National Teachers Exami- Troop committee member 409. shall Sandra McMillan and those Instructors every morning taught and t
nation on Aug. 24 will do so at Senior Scouts Anna McBrIde, Charlotte' Murray. as I stood at the pool fence. Holland two every morning.
Miami Senior High School and Patricia Burke and Valencia Mrs. Williams, Holland and A FRIEND
the new Coral Park Senior High. Cooper served as Senior Patrol Troop 409: Anna McBride,
Leaders. I Patricia Durkeh Valencia Cooper
el, Gail Bpron,
Howard Jenkins, a Coloradanhas The most memorable experi- Judy Cooper ((19G3 cookie queen
been appointed a memberof ence at camp were hiking along was sponsored by her troop); BLUE NOTE BAR
the National Labor Relations Judy Seymour: Shirley Cooper,
Board. He is the first Negro appointed Shirley McBrIde, Shirley i l
to serve on this board. them. For others the proposed Blount, Elaine Scott, Alicia
20 percent cut will be highly Scott, Nancy Fludd, Patricia 5211 NW 17th Avenue"The
Florida A&M University Law appreciated.What Culpepper, Patricia Morning, friendliest hair in town"
School will open at usual. That's Marsha Marks, Sharon Williams,
the edict handed down by CircuIt big raise in for Sharon Anderson, Brenda Tur.
the a pay Beth Holland, Ilosalyn w
Judge May Walker In Congressmen. Gee from ner
our You
suit for closing the law school, $22,500 to $35,000. Why that Lassiter, Donna Andcrsona areinvited
entered by Miami Atty. Tobias looks like an increase of $12,500. lydia Fields, Jan
Simon and others. You can bet the taxpayers will Leah Simms.
The Judge denied the school is raise eyebrows at that. :t toElinor'
segregated. The fact that no
Why our Congressmen would I
white students attended does have appreciated a $5,000 a year Dr. Brown at I
make it any less Integrated, raise, and their constituents too, '
said the Judge. would be pleased. EbenezerThe Birthday '
Rev. Dr. H. W. Brown of
rumored that former Bethel Nassau will arrive this r
Scotland Yard has the namesof PARTY
Sheriff Thomas J. Kelly will :> the seven million dollar rob- weekend and will preach Sun- :
run for the office of sheriff if lJ rs. If they can find them day morning at Ebenezer Meth-
the "Kelly Amendment" to 1Je: they might recover all the loot. odist Church. His subject will
voted on In November Is favor- It's been reported $280,000 of be, "Your Barley Field. is on Saturday night, August 17 1
able.Kelly the money has been found. Fire."
never satisfied with his
ouster, would like to serve fora ------ .., -0-- ," ,

year and then retire. LAWRENCE HARGROVEOf Let's all have a ball! I

Goodyear's new modern auto WMBM presentsAT -0- II
safety center at 6039 NW 7th THE FREE FOOD HATS PRIZES
Ave. Grand Opening and Grand I t
Celebration that began on Aug.
8 will end Aug. 17. O' Hearts "I
It's to your advantage to visit King ....
this center and see the bari i

w gains. FRI., SAT., SUN. Jazz !! Jazz !!! Jazz !!!

Jamaica, largest of the West
Indies islands, celebrated its AUGUST 23. 24. 25
independent -
first anniversary as an
country last week. The Sir John Hotel Cocktail Lounge

Taxpayers will get a break Miracles
The 276 N.W. 6th STREET""The
for the next two years if Con. "
gress pass the bill ok'd by the
House Ways and Means Com-
mittee on Wednesday.Some WonderlrWorld;
of Jazz"Every i
folk will pay no tax. I .
There"-"You f
What a relief that will be for I : j

Try Something New"I Sunday Evening 5 to 11 p.m.

School For Girls I I II And Monday nights 11 'til 4 a.m. '' :
MK>fry body Gotta Pay Some p.m. .
Opens Here j I
Due*" "Happy Landing" I 'I
OCALA The people of Fla. THE DYNAMIC . '
Invited the staff and stu.
are by
"You Really
dents at Forest Hill. Florida'straining
school for her delin-
quent Negro girls, to annual Gotta Hold on me" C.Major Quartet "
Open House on Sunday after-
noon, August 25, for a tour of ")lIeb7'. Monkey" I
the campus and visits throughthe FREE ADMISSION
academic school building to -PLUS---

see according some to Interesting W. Conrad exhibits Dutton,, Clarence Reed & The Delmiros NO COVER No Minor,, .,,1

assistant Florida School superintendent for Girls.of the (THEIR NEW HOME) MINIMUM Admitted //1 .I!

Exhibits of scarves, dolls, Retha Reese. & The Singin' Swingin'Romeos I :
and other arts and' crafts -
work ail Important part in the ; t

''stunts willebefonadisplaythe Featuring Stan The Man on Guitar r ",

Forest Hill is at Lowell, about NO TABLE CHARGE ,;
11 miles above Ocala on Highway .........,.,. ""V Exciting!II! Swinging!II! Pure Soul
Mrs. Alyce D. McPherson, TEEN-AGE MATINEE
superintendent of the Florida Sunday August 25 6 p.m. til 9 p.m.
School for Girls at Ocala and ADMISSION $1.00 JAZZ
Forest Hill, expressed the hope :
that many, many people will THOUSANDS OP FREE IlECOHDS
show their interest by going to ''''' r
Open House on the 25th.. .' ...!ill 0

Every nite is
Music Nightly


Come ,' '.

DUO LOUNGE Meet the best '

': Charles Martin, Manager V .>
tSPeciatties on Week Come in and ay hi to . SCHOOL BOY Your favorite bartender
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difficult as It is to believe has raised some question in the attout: the program or to an un- The machine, technology, and 'ies. Upon successfully completing -
many people In the Coconut minds of local educators as to healthy lack of interest in self- now automation have completely the eighth grade, these students
Grove area are not yet aware of the effectiveness of past effortsto Improvement. changed the traditional approach ore awarded the grammar
the presence of the Adult Even- publicize Dade County's Education, or more specifically to a working situation.It school diploma and are admitted t
Ing School that Is In operationnow adult education program. The the lack of it, assumes a, Is no longer enough that we to study in the secondary or
at the George Washington problem is all more perplexing place of growing Importance on approach a working situation high school division. I
Carver Senior High School. A when one considers the fact today's national scene. Up and with an eager willingness to '
recent check in the area sur- I that newspapers, radio stations rising communities like Dade learn. We must come to the job THE: ADULT SCHOOL I
rounding the school revealed churches, clubs, PTA units and County, America, have expressed with the "know-how" already AT CARVER:
that most of the people in the day-school personnel have all grave concern over the learned and a high school di- I
neighborhood have at best onlya been called into play to ade- plight of great segments of their ploma. The high school diplomahas The Miami Carver Adult Ed-
vague idea as to what the quately inform area residents of respective populations who I become the basic require- ucation Center has a complete
program at the school actually the program's existence and of- (unskilled and consequently unemployable ment of employers because,em- high (secondary) school curriculum
Involves. I ferings. ) are still withoutthe ployers recognize that workers which": when completed -
The relatively poor participation Extremely low registration basic learning abilities to who are high school graduates will admit the graduateof
of Miamians in the recent point either to a lack of information study for gainful Jobs in in- have a sufficient educational this program to any "A"
' "Operation Alphabet" project I I and or understandingVETERAN'S dustry. background to cope successfullywith rated college in the Associationof

...RI....... .......>Y.w... IT...'T'T'T'T"" .....RSrS "'IInr1r1r'1'l"_. ._,rII'1r1'P"r\'r.'- . . ,... 'Y Ie Y...... .. WHAT TilE ADULT industrial today's change.rapid Even business outside and American Colleges and Sec- 1

SCHOOL CAN DO the business and industrial ondary Schools. This means that -
This column Is prepared worlds we must accede to the applicants with grades that are .
weekly at the VA Office, 01 w.CORNER The Inability to read has I necessity of high school train- acceptable to the colleges they \
Flagler St. Miami, for Informa- proved Itself to be the major ing. The plight of unschooled choose can enter without dlffl-
| of Veterans in this area. stumbling block for unskilled people In the midst of an environment culty. I
loin people. The adult education they can not
TjT.jrg.g:ir ifjd...IT>Y.g ir rr.IT g .J.II.JI.JI.1fJJf'Z: : >T ir Jf:1.z.J: Tsr ir...iI..I..JIJk.J.J.JrJrJrJrTODAY'S 'JrJtr. program offers the best remedy hend is indeed a pitiable one. The high school curriculum
for this condition In its reading: Include 11 units of that
Fk Although some such persons study
,. HISTORY LESSON office, 984 West Flagler! ,
-- program which begins with claim are prescribed Florida State
ask Pam that they are able to "get by
7-4777 and
for a
tOne of our more "rugged" 26-4. primer classes for non-readers by" on sheer 'mother-wit'. Most Department of Education: four
veterans, who later became phlet and extends thru classic tech- of them are Incapable of realiz- units of English to correspondto
QUIZ CORNER nology literature. ing their self-estimate and acti grades 0 through 12; two
president, was Andrew Jack As the student progresses# In vating their "mother-wlth." units of mathematics and two
son. How many of you FloridIans Q. Do all vetetans get pen- these classes, his ability to un- Consequently, we see that earn units of science: ; and one eachof
native or by adoption, sions at age 65- dertand and his power to remember ing the high school diploma American History and American
know that Jacksonville was A. Not all. The veteran must what he has read are brings about a great degree of Government. The remain-
named for our seventh chief have had 00 days service and a strengthened. Much emphasis is understanding.ITS Ing 30 hour course of study Is
executive? Or why because discharge under other than dishonorable placed on the reading program a compulsory unit In the social
he was the first governorgeneral conditions. lie must because it Is the key to the entire ALMS Volt THECOMMUNITY studies area whereby the stu-
of Florida after the U. S. meet certain disability requirements scope of knowledge; and Incidentally dent makes a comparative ana-
purchased the terrority, varying with age, and It is the road by On Sept< 3, the Miami Carver lysis between Americanism and
must be considered unemploy- which the student earns his Communism. To complete tho
HOME OWNERS: able lIe must also have income high school diploma. Adult( Education Center will begin 10 units which are necessary
within certain limits. Veterans the fall trimester. Among for graduation, the student can
ATTENTIONIn who think they may be eligible THE HIGH SCHOOL tho new offerings will be u take five units from a variety [
should visit the VA Office and DIPLOMA WHY EVERYONE primer classes for nonreaderswish of electives Including language i
buying a home, you may discuss to tackle their schooling arts math science the
have filing a claim with a NEEDS IT social
made what :
could well be Contact Representative.DR. at the earliest possible point. A studies and business education
the largest financial transac- clinic for reading improvement I
The day has long past when
tion of your lifetime. Naturally, anyone with the will to work will be avallaWe to all who There are no age requirements -
you will want to protect your need attention in this area. connected with earning
could use this as the only bargaining
transaction VA I
a pamphlet either the school
point in A thorough In h i h grammar certificate -
obtaining a sat- course ig
"Pointers for the Veteran Sunday 10 a.m. 12 noon .
owner" which Home- Ifsactory Job. The common- school preparation Is available or the high school di
to If may prove helpful General Practice laltor Job classification Is experiencing to students who need to reviewor ploma. A person never gets too t
loan guaranteed you. you home own a and GI 1159) NW 3rd Ave. I Its dying moments. complete grade school studI I old to learn.

would like a pamphlet, call VA Phone 374.1419 --- ,
Open dally 9:30 1 p.m.

5-8 p.m.
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: r I p.m. , Elinor of the Blue Note Bar is throwing a birthdaj; I o.

f E55rzcHIIE party Saturday nite. Eats on the house plus hats and prizes,. Clyde Killens Knight Beat ':,
What more needed for a ball with the Friendliest Bar maids !in I present 'a< double attraction t '"
Town ? ? ? Speaking about eats BERT COOPER is peddling this week-end . '"
fish and chicken dinners this weekend at $1.00 a whop. It's for .. ,i ,
Men's Day at St. James AME Church where he has membership y I

Of course MRS. BERT is chef who will "burn" the pigeon peas,, ,, r
U FINDER livery Catch!him at the Miami Times on Sat. or dial OX 1-016G for de-

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MRS. ESTELLE JACKSON (our winter resident of bath Terrace
) at her Breezy Point home, Abell, Maryland (she contribute SATURDAY AUGUST 17, 1963 PAGE S } t

much towards integration at race tracks here for years contacting, I I1 Ij
writing articles and the like) celebrates her 80th birthday today. Recognition f j
Day Personal MentionMiss k )
I received an invite from her to an all day picnic there. May

God bless and grant her many more birthdays . Mrs. OLIVE Next Sunday Recognition Carolyn Knox Is in Ar-
CHARLTON and grand daughter, ANDRA BYNUM of Winte Day will lie observed at the lington, Ga. visiting two aunts,
Park, are visiting the JOHN E. BYRD'S of Monroe St., Richmond Dade County Children's Home Elvira Lawrence and RutKnox \\1
Hts. The Women's Club was honored last at Kendal The principal address ,
Sunday, Aug. 3 at her She took' along her twp
home., It was Mrs. LOUISE BYRD'S birthday. She's president of will be delivered by Mrs. nieces,' Pam: and Edwina Knox ,, ':
the organization and the day was highly enjoyed.PB Blanch Galloway She will be I ;
presented by Mrs. J. M. Darling '
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Supervisor Alfonso Williams
Without economy HOMO can bq
A CARD PROM our good friend, Ruth Greenfield, the Fine will are invited.conduct Reco gnltion! You ilcli, and uith It few will bo
Arts Conservatory boss was received by BERT COOPER Our poor. -, Mary Johnson. I Freddie ScottHit
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cherished friend carded from New Mexico showing a beautiful -- -: : :: ;:; ==-:: :::;:: '" :: ::: ;J ,
scene of the Suspension Bridge spanning the Colorado River inArizona record "Hey Girl" Seen
... . Mickey Murry Is no longer at Boyd's Beauty Salon AUTO PAINT$11$ Ij recently on the Dick Clark
Friends are seeing her at a new location-Veronica Williams Show.

Salon on 13th St., just off 3rd Ave. . The FREDDY FELDERS, exterior
(Any color enamel
and three kids are visiting the CHAS. MILLERS . That banquet -i 4 JOB of car
the priest of Holy Redeemer, FATHER JOHN F. KIERNANand except matallics) only

FATHER ADAM R. BELLARD geared in honor of the men _
of Holy Name Society last Sunday with Bishop SCHENLEY as PRICES GOOD THRU AUG., 31

guest of honor was a "first" to. my knowing and real nice. EXTRAS
r PB Wheels $5.00 set of 4-Tuo tone $12.00-Station wagons $5.00 r J
Trunk compartments $5.00: Door jambs $2.50 cnch'NordicAirConditionersfrom249.95 h l ia
YOU CAN'T KEEP a good man down even If you don't go r q J
along with his program. The works of one Gaylord Rolle, self ,
styled community leader may not be satisfactory to You and I at
2 Ya'.
or 21,000( mile
all times, but you got to give him credit for some good deeds like mittenuuinnty Installed
his weekly mimeograph publication's attack on neighborhood' --., K."y' payment plan. (11( fln.uiriiiK: \ ; 4

stores serving Negroes who neglect to hire Colored help (the big TUNE-UP BRAKES, :
stores!) in capacities other than handy man or janitors. This action From $4.95 I RELINED \i
has brought employment at Food Fair, Burger King and lA1lOr ; I F<)M| Chevy, Ply.
Army-Navy Surplus Stores and others. There has been some mis- ( ; tars only

understanding in other ventures. In one particular case I don'tgo IIAutomoiings;; _ :
along with the judgement of the court. Mayhaps I have been Sterling :,
"brain washed" all these years, but I can't see big businesses operating -
in "our section" hiring only members of the other race 2735 NW 54th Street 14N I r
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11 p.m. for the city of Boston All Elks or others planning to },
make this convention should meet their final financial arrangement ,
with Dt. Madge Kelly or Dt. Vera Wilson or North's Travel GENERATORS
Bureau not later than Tuesday, Aug. 20. Three more seats are
available on first come first served basis . To let Charles North I r
and "Bosso" Garth Reeves tell it a weekend in Nassau is the
ticket. Their recent visit must have been 'a lulu!! June DeGraff ST AHlERS
and William Phillips Jr. are mailing invites to their Holy Re- .
deemer Catholic Church date Sept. 28.

BETTY THOMPSON and (NUGGET) SMITH'S nuptials will be Avon Fair
the first for Christ The King Catholic Church in Richmond Hts. 7.50 & up

,It's today, Aug. 17 . Thanks to Officers Fred Walder and Dick formerly with James Brown I
McKtnney of the Miami Beach Police Dept.'\ It was their under- Plus Thomas Hodges, great f
standing and cooperation that aided this Scribbler recently one-leg dancer, Sir John u I '
. BOB PAGE with the Life of Georgia Ins. Co. penned a very Phone 6356159Alternator dancers, Bobby Marshall ,
impressive card. Thanks Bob it's seven of us Finders. We hold M.C.' and Frabk DuBoise
policies with Blue ,Cross-Blue: Shield plus Prudential and a little and his band1. I N I
Gulf Life . That Moonlight Cruise with dancing aboard the Adm. Fri. & Sun. $1.25
Dreamboat will feature Chuck Grisby, his Combo and Hammond Saturday $1.75
Service Co.
Organ, leaving pier 5 at BIscayne Blvd. Tickets on sale at North '" '
Travel Bureau. It's a Savoy Satellite Lounge presentation, so I
Sundays Adult Matinee
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. ST. MARY'S W M. spending her vacation In Savannah
Washington Park Ga. with her grandmotherand
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1963 Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor aunts. She will return in
Mis-I Dorothy Major, reporter News Sept. She Is having a wonderful -
Last Sunday a busy day was By MRS. II. CASTELOW time. Her aunt, Lena SmallsIs
CHURCH NEWS NEW PROVIDENCERev. spent at the church. Our young ,- visiting from Chicago and she
C. J. Burney, pastor people sang morning and in the will be leaving in September.
NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. Sis u'laudla Wilson, reporterWe afternoon and on each occasion The Recreation Dept. Is still
they were at their very best. in full bloom. The girls and The
W. E. Sims, pastorA. are In the midst of a The chairman of Woman's boys are busy with art and North Miami Beach Recreation
L. Stephens, reporter great revival meeting and the Day drive, Mrs Myrl Gibson, craft, Softball, horse shoes, volleyball Dept. is planning a play
Lord is truly blessing The school in the community building
us. and her committee held their ping pong and table
What man of having an
hundred you Rev. William Boyd of Albany push off tea which tennis. The winners will be announced of Washington Park, Sept.
sheep, If he loses one Ga. is a great speaker and God successful. was very at the end of the pro- 3 to be held daily from 9 a.m.
We thanksto
are saying
of them doth leave
not the
is using him with much power. to 12. Monday thru Friday' for
all who gram.
ninety and nine in the wilder- appeared on the pro-
You, you, and you are invitedto more Information call 947-9527,
gram and all our friends who
ness and go after that which is
come and hear this preacher.The Mrs. Mary Castelow.
came and made the tea Mrs. Faye Alice Castelow is
lost, until he find it? meeting will close Aug. 23. cess. a suc-

And when he hath found it, Baptism the fourth services Sunday.will be heldon Our pastor has (gone on his Mrs. Annie L. Holmes, Mr.
he layeth it on his shoulders, Pray for the sick and the un vacation'which is very much GRACE PRESBYTERIAN and Mrs. Ollle Castelow have
rejoicing. And when he cometh saved. needed. The whole church is returned home from the OES
home he calleth together hisfriends praying that he may have a Rev. William Savoy, pastor and Masons convention held in
and. neighbours, saying restful vacation. Our local The 11 o'clock service will be Savannah. Mrs. RUby Castelow
unto them, rejoice with me forI GREATER ST. MARK P.B. preachers, Rev. Gladstone Hun- In charge of the United Presby was rewarded with a'thr dear
have found my sheep which Rev. F. L. Johnson, pastor ter and Rev. Edward Young terian women, with Elder C. certificate for serving JWM.Dugie's .
was lost. I say unto you, that will be in charge until his re- I B. Rock bringing us the mes- ,
likewise Joy shall be In heaven Mrs. Ruthie M. Scott, reporterWe turn. i sage. This will be his last Sun
over one sinner that repenteth, had visiting with us the I day with us, as he leaves for '
more than over ninety and nine Rev. Allen from Mt. Tabor Bap- Detroit for his new charge. A Guest HouseThe
just persons which need no re- tist Church. "Try Jesus" was TEMPLE BAPTIST Fellowship will follow immediately -
pentance.-Luke 15:4-7.: the subject: of the sermon delivered after the worship ser- house of clean room
by him.A Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor vice.
We thank God who wonder-
blessed real hayride with real hay The impromptu play, "Guil- Open 24 hours NE 4-3851
during revival
fully us our -
ty or Not "
I Guilty,
will be sponsored Saturday presented by
meeting. Our own pastor, The will Temple's youth choir son, pastor. Friends who wishto is
Rev. W. E. Sims conducted a night, Aug. 17. truck Monday Seeing BelievingSee
and leave the church 7.30: p.m. Re- evening was good, entertaining make a donation may do so.
most soul stirring spiritual
reshments free. and Inspiring. Each participant Acknowledgement will be made. ,us for clean rooms
meeting, not only the unsaved gave a fine account of The male choir will
himself sing.
Busy Sunday at 4 ? If not ,
should have been present for p.m.
and deserves commendation. Bro. T. Bonlvy treasurer and Jamaica Dugie
five nights to witness this man we invite you to a Talent Extravaganza a
Cladla Hepburn, the chairman of the trustee board
with talents from judge;
of God, but every man, woman,
Leonard Duncanson has been on the sick list for friend
should over the city. state attorney
boy and girl have attended
these divine services. We There will be an after service ; Edwina Lord, attorney for three weeks. We pray for his
were blessed too with five can mislcal program, sponsored by the defendant defensej.Mattie: Harris, the speedy recovery. 2941 NW 47th St., MiamiJackson's
.he Women Auxiliary. Visit ; Mose Harris, baalllff
didates for baptism, four on and
Christian experience and one .the: sick and pray with them. Randy Galtor investlgattor
reinstated his membership. Baptism Thought for the week: "You -all played their roles like vet-
services is Thursday, Aug vlll never stumble while on erans. The witnesses were Toddle Inn
Dwight Thompson
Michael Gal-
15 at 8 p.m.Sunday lour knees. tor, Barbara Staley, Priscilla

was a most enjoyabletime Duncanson, Betty Chandler,
throughout the day. The CENTRAL BAPTISTWest Mae Harris, Terry Galtor. Registration 1963.64
Junior Choir and Junior Usher The No. 2 choir will sponsora
Board were on duty. The Dea Hollywood, Fla. dinner sale Saturday (today)
coness Board wishes to thank The Central Christian Youth at the home of Mrs. M. Hall, the August 18 to August 31
each of'you who helped to make Crusade will sponsor its open- president, 1575 NW 67th St.
its tea a success on last Sunday. .ng program on the 25th of Aug. Service begins at noon. Deliv- Daily from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The is invited. if
public ery desired. Donation $1.00.
The Pastor's Aid Club invites Also our new order of service The Clty-wide Mission, Mrs. Kindergarten ages 3 to 5% years
you to a musical program, Sun will come into effect on the L. A. Moran president, will
day, Aug. 25 at 3 p.m. Services first Sunday in September. hold its monthly meeting Sunday Spaces available in all groups
will begin at the usual time Morning service at 11 a.m.; at 3 p.m. Our youth choir
with the No. 1 choir in chargeof evening worship at 7. i will sing for the occasion. First Second Third Cradles
song services and the No. 1 Thought for the day: What' Sunday will be "Transfigura-
usher board will serve. We trust have I done today to help the I tion Day" at Temple. During Spaces available in regular classes
that the ,public will worship vorld to be a better place in ; the morning and evening ser-
with us throughout the day. vhich to live, how have I been vices special offering will be All Remedial Classes Full
You are extended a most cor- good to my neighbors, kind to taken for the building fund of
dial welcome. Let us continueto my friends or am I embrarras Transfiguration Baptist Church, 3038 NW 48th Terr. NE 4-4308
pray for and visit our sick oecause of some of the things Nassau, the Rev. C. H. Thomp- j
and shut,Ins. that I have said or done. Do I
ejoice because I have helped I --,
some soul to find, the way? I

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Bishop I Ball Given Vote Of Confidence j

Edward-Waters Individual by the creed of the fairs of the college In accor- ,;

African Methodist Episcopal dance with the policy and bylaws :',

President Given Church; which is: God Our of the colleges' board of :i

New PowersThe Father, Christ our Redeemerand management.The .
Man Our Brother.
board also elected a sev-
board of management of Bishop Ball announced that en man executive committee of
the 90-year-old Edward Waters the meeting had been called for the board of management act
College, located In Jacksonville the purpose of ((1)) Approving in the interim of regular board
the new policy and by-laws; ((2)) meetings to carry out the workof
met In special session last weekon Arrange for an audit of the the overall board. The execu

the campus of the AME funds of the college; ((3)) Placing tive committee named Presiding 1
Church related college at the of all persons who handle mon Elders J. A. Roberts, Miami :
call of Bishop William F. Ball ey under bonds and; ((4)) To remove district; Rev. J. C. Williams, t
AME Presiding Bishop of Flor his name from the coL- Orlando district; Rev. A. L.
ida, and chairman of the board lege's account. The board gave Bennett, Tallahassee district;
of management and trustees. approval to all four recommendations Rev. Frank J, Jones, North
The meeting was described by made by the bishop. Jacksonville; Rev. J. Webster
many as unprecedented In the Walker, Pensacola; Rev. A. L.
history of the college.For The sweeping changes In policy Sampson, Ocala and Dr. P. R.
which gives broad powers Williams of Tampa.At .
many veterans could not and authority to the presidentof
recall a meeting of this kind the college caused Dr. William the close of the one ddy
Youth Day Observance at called during the summer. Many B. Steward, the presidentto meeting, the board of manage-
others were eager to point out I take the floor and say . ment and general board of
that this was an extra session : "I am happy! . I know of no trustees, passed resolutions
Antioch Baptist Church of the board of management and president in the nation who giving Bishop Ball a vote of
trustees; being called to receive I has been given so much power confidence in his ability to
"Youth Is the opportunity ti committee reports of commit- and authority as you have given handle the affairs of the church
tees which were sent out dur- me today." and school and pledged continued
do something and to become ing the regular session of June. support to him as chairmanof
somebody."-T. T. Munger. Dr. Steward, a layman, who the board of management
Youth Dav will be observedat r The hoard of management has served the college as president trustees. Many of the membersof
the :and general board of trustees, for 12 years, has developed the board spoke of the bishop
Antioch Church'on
Baptist had appointed at the behest of it from a junior to a senior and his plans and program for
Sunday, Aug. 18. The young the bishop, who Is chairman of college, with more than a thousand I the college; and for the work
people are looking forward to the of the college, com- students; was given full accomplished during the special

pation.Florence this occasion. with great antici mittees and to draft philosophy the policy for,the procedure authority to administer the af. I I meeting of the Uoard.

Berry will be the. college; and to make other necessary --
morning speaker. She is an ac recommendations in accordance THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
tive member of the St. Matthew ,,e s.r pb with the Florida State I
Baptist Church. She graduatedfrom n Department of Education, and SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1963 PAGE 11
Booker T. WashingtonJEROME the Department of Teacher Education I

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a sweeping and far reach- Dr. Moore to Speak at Ebenzer i iI

Ing change in the policy and I
1tr by-laws for the college, which Sunday, Aug. 18, 3 o'clock p.m.
w? stated in the preface that all at the Ebenezer Methodist i
: who work for the college as Church, Miami.
faculty or staff members must
Jackson states that this
subscribe and that the policy
ap t; Retreat Is one in series
n for
and by-laws be printed In the Methodist
student handbook) for all stu- sponsored
by the Board of
-- Lay Activitiesof
dents. The preface stated: "The
the Florida Conference of the
FLORENCE BERRY philosophy of Edward Waters
f fr Methodist Church.
Laymen and
College Is to develop the whole --
invitation to the public to help Laywomen from the Atlantic

make this day a cherish mem- District are invited to attend.

ory, and the love and friend- MT. CARMEL BAPTIST The theme of the Conference
ship that shall be made will bea K "The ItesponsihUttr.of the 1
Y1 monument that ages cannot Rev I). A. Bradley, pastor Laymen to .
destroy nor time crase.TRANSFIGURATION. Mrs. Christine Cohen, reporter .
Every Christian ought to ,- \IMII".......
M. nPS'R' stand and testify: and say for
God I live and for God I'll die. r k,{ ,

Fr. E'lisha S. Clarke Jr., vicar Bo children of God whereever
you go; let your light shine before -' 1 l lI..
The Church of the Transfiguration men so that they may glorify 'ti,
Is proud to say what a your father which Is in hea
: BROWN successful week long Patronal

I Festival, from Aug. they ven.Our -
High School with honors and 5-11h
Florida I had. On Monday the Party revival meetIng will con- R. S. Jackson, the Atlantic
enrolled in
presently I tinue all week and the
next ,
which! was held at Haulover District Lay Leader of the
and M University.Jerome
Beach, was well attended. On Rev. Everett Is conducting our
Brown will speak at Tuesday, Aug. 6 which Is the ?. Won't you come and Methodist Church, announces
the evening: worship. He is an Feast of the Transfiguration, enjoy Jesus with us? that Dr. Richard V, Moore, the .
active member of the Ebenezer both Mass and Solemn Even Florida" Conference Lay Leaderof
Church of Hallandale. and Benediction of the the Methodist Church, will
Baptist song
in Christ
The Church of God deliver the address
filled keynote on
Jerome Is a junior at More- Blessed Sacrament were
house College. He entered col- to capacity. 1809! NW fith Avenue I
lege at the age of 16. The public will agree with us Elder J. C. Jackson, pastor
when we say the MidSummerDance Nathaniel Thomas, reporter MT. ZION AME i_
Both will speak from the. on Friday, Aug. 9, at the I Rev. H E. Greene ,
theme: "The Youth and His Relatlonshlp Starlight Room of the Biscayne Fifth Avenue Church of God pastorOn '1
Toward Wisdom." Terrace Hotel was an enjoyableone in Christ was blessed to have last Sunday services all
another wonderful time in wor- day were enjoyed by all. Our
The chairman, Lucille How- this dance over at the stroke guests.of midnight ship on last Sunday. The pastor brought to us very Inspiring ? YrMips ,
ard and co-chairman,
church family and visitors glorified messages.
lyn Jones and the members of and plus, Billy Rolle the Lord in a high spirit. Sunday, Aug. 18, is Youth | Marie White
his surprisedly ,
the Junior Church extend an
Jule Day. Everyone is asked to
r ed Happy Birthday to We were very glad to have come out and see our known throughout Florida for
Clarke (Aug. 10)) at the .requestof Bishop and Mrs. L. II. Anderson people In action. young her work In inlwdonary endeavors -
her husband, Father ElishaS. in our church services. We are happy to have as our wan appointed an Dean of !
Talent ExtravaganzaAt Clarke. Everyone sang to this They came from Buffalo, N.Y. chairman and co-chairman forWomen's the Florida J.lId Connt Baptist
joyous occasion. Father Clarke Mrs. Annie Harris, a national Day this year, Mrs. Women AnHoclatlon Workshop. 1
St. MarkThe then announced the remaining worker Mrs. Mattie Moss, dis- Jeanette Jackson and Miss MIN| White states that several
services of the Festival and trict Missionary of the North Bethay. All Mt. Zion's member women who are prepared In I
Women Auxiliary of then Anthony Simons gave Inspiring Miami District, also visited our ship will work very hard towards religious training of the denomInation -
Greater St. Mark P. B. Church, remarks and presentedthe services. The senior chorus ren making this women's will be heard daring
1455 NW 55th St. requests your door prize. dered the music for the day. day the best ever. tho workshop when the AMOcIa* C
presence at a Talent Extravaganza Aug. 11 at the North Dad e Mrs. G. Jackson, and Ira Mc- Beginning Monday night, Aug. tlon convenes 'In Cocoa.
I Sunday, Aug. 18 from 4 Jr.-Sr. High School Auditoriumat Call Jr., pianist. 10, there will lie: a five night
to 6 p.m. Our master of cere- 10:30: a.m. was Solemn High state workers revival meeting. Elder J, C. BAHA'I ASSEMBLY
Our meeting
monies will lie Garth C. Reevesof Mass and Sermon with proces- William, a gospel preacher
the Miami Times, Charles sion. This was the highlight of will close month.on the It third Sundayof from the Orlando Conference, Mrs. Barbara George, teacherat
this Is
Hadley, our honorary mayor, our festival. We do want to held in Fort Pierce. now being will preach every night. Every. Earllngton Heights Elemen-
Mrs. Lee-Eta Thomas, Mrs. thank the following persons for this I one is asked to como out and tary School, will be in charge
Luella Thompson. Musical by their cooperation in this ser- Worship together walk week. I.attend services every night. of the discussion to be held at
Sandra Fox, Harolean Storr vice: The Rev. H. E. S. Reeves, You need not alone. You are always welcome at Mt. the Baha'l Center, 137 NW 11th
Ulysses Morris, Diane Reed andCharles Fathers John Cooper and TJ11- ,I Zion. Ave., 8 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 18.
Jones, also other pro- man Williams also the acolytes Her subject will be: "Spiritual
fessional talent. from St. Andrews, Hollywood Rebirth Tho public Is cordially -
and Arthur Cole, master of ceremonies very good Junior choir who NEW BETHEL BAPTIST invited to attend. Phone
from St. Agnes', Miami. sang the Mass and did two numbers 1671 NW 08th Terrace Secretary, FR 1-5420, for fur-
at the tea.
by request
NEW MT. MORIAH The attendance at this ser Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor ther information.
vice was 275.Following Thanks to our many guests J Deacon Fred Williams, reporter
Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor this service din from Sister churches and com- Last Sunday our church ser- .
Ruby Handy, reporter ners were served at the lovely munity. May God bless all of .vices were most inspiring and Men's Day at New
New Mt. Moriah, where the home of Mr. and Mrs. John you for making our Patronal I uplifting. The morning mes- Bethel Baptist
public Is always welcomed to Johnson. We regret and we are Festival a success with your at I sage was delivered by Rev. E.
worship with us during our regular happy to say that we were unable tendance and prayers. Bain and the evening servicewas
with Sunday The committee Sunday, Aug. 25, New Bethel
services to serve the crowd that steering was: by Rev. Taylor Both mes-
School at 9:30: morning worshipat we had, because all of the din- General chairman, Father J sages were enjoyed by all who Williams Baptist Church Rev. Ernest
10:45: and evening worship at ners were sold. At the lovely Clark; chairman of beach party, ,attended. pastor will observe its i
6:45.: The men of the church are home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry James Lucas: chairman of dance, This Sunday the Youth Choir sixth annual Men's Day. The .1
getting ready for their annual NabMe was the climaxing of Mrs. JulieJarke; chairman of 'will render the music. morning speaker will be the \
.Men's Day which will be the our festival with our PatronalTea. dinners, Mrs. Majorle Oliver Please don't forget to visit the Rev A. E. Isaacs, pastor. of St.
fourth Sunday In October. They I Father Theodore J. Jones and chairman of the tea, Mrs. I sick and the shut-Ins. John Baptist Church, West Palm.
are asking their members and was the guest speaker and Mrs. Mabel Rogers, and chairman of Remember you and yours are Beach
friends for their cooperation in Lenora B. Smith, guest soloist. souvenir program, ,Ebenezer C. invite< to worship with The public Is invited to participate *
order that this Men's Day may We are proud to say we have a Edwards ,always. in this observance. If
be a success.




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PAGE 12 SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 196:3 LIZZIE SMITH of 2271 NW Summertime A Bad
MRS. CARRIE LEVARITY12G8 49th St. died Aug. 7. Services
NW 68th Terr., was deacon were held Thursday at Wilson Time For Puzzled ,
arrival at Jackson Hospital Memorial Christian Temple. She
Aug. 8. Services will be conducted Jimmy
CARDS MEMORIALS is survived by a son, Robert
at 2 at St,,
Saturday pm. Brantley sister Lala
a Riyle, a
Summertime and the living
Matthews Baptist Church, Rev. brother Robert Cloeman. ,
A Is . taut not for little
-- N. F. Clark, pastor. native of easy
West she lived here for 40 Jimmy because there are just
Key Infant of 275 NW
CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe some things that little nine-
I years and is survived by her 10th St., died Aug. 11. Grave-
family of the late, friends of the late Mrs. husband, Joseph, nine daugh side service was held Tuesday. year-old Jimmy cannot under-

Pearl Ann Mill, formerly of ters, Isabelle Pierce, Sarah and She is survived by her mother, stand. '
Bertha Mae, Naomi Fortner, Why does his mother go', out
Baltimore, Maryland, who died I Hazel.CHARLES.
I.: suddenly at 1623 NW 1st courton Mary Hill, Marie Tarver, Cath- 1 and clean other people's homes,
erine Odom, Doris and Nellie wash and iron their clothing '
nr July 30 take this mothod of ORR of 2004
,,, is and for their children?
Yyt ,2n Mitchell, four sons, Joseph Jr., care
saying thanks to each and Cleveland St., died Aug. 7. The
John, Albert and Rudolph, two I Who wears the clothing before
1 whose to Dublin Ga.
everyone names are too body was shipped ,
numerous to mention, who sisters and a brother. She will for final rites. He is survived they are hand-me-downs from
4'W ?f
? contributed their donations tOt- lie In repose in the chapel at III his son, Robert. the used clothing stores? Whywas
wards her burial. 11 a.m. Friday and in the our home declared officially -

An extra and special thanksgo church at 7 a.m. Saturday. RIGGING of 14400 NE wheb r habitation last
month the toilet was
to the M. S. Allen Funeral 20th Lane, North Miami Beach
Home for taking responsibility WILLIAM FRANCIS Sr., died Aug. 13 at his home. He is broken, no rails on the steps,

xf t of other expenses.We 1867 NW 68th Terr., died at survived by a wife Catherine,, and holes in the plaster? Are
would recommend the home Aug. 9. His survivors :in two sons, Charles and James, all those brothers and sisters,
) Allen Funeral Home to every- clude his widow, Ophelia, six Arrangements are incomplete. aunts, uncles and cousins, who
Willie Mae Bruton we are now living with, reallyour .
one for their excellent service in daughters, ,
times of distress. Onelia Credle, Vera Fraley, Lou Francis . family?

':,;j, venia Mack, Edith Ingrahamand MRS. DORA ALBURY of Neither can Jimmy under-.
Geneva Francis; five sons, 5605 SW 21st St. Hollywood stand how pleasant a period
Jessie Jr.
Angus, died Aug. 7. Services held Aug. during the summer could be.
s3"; "p, -. 'f"" ; The family of the late I Clarence and Edison. Services 14 at Central Baptist Churchwith Never does he think of the
; at 2 at Metropolitan -
. ., .. Saturday p.m. Rev. Clark officiating. Sur- "warm summer days", but of
g '" ------ ------ --- Church Rev. J. J.
.' AME
\ vivors Include her husband, the many unpleasant hours he I
.Villiams. He will be on
pastor. will inside
spend an over-
Arthur three sons George
. view in the chapel 1 Fri- ;, ;
,' p.m. and crowded flat, instead. .
_._, ._ _.. ._ day. Blatch, Clifford Eugene
-"' Ward a brother, Percy Moss. When school is out, Jimmy'seyes
BEATRICE TATE JAMES aren't as bright, nor his
SHUEMAKE, hus- JOHNSON of 1001 smile so radiant as other child-
who departed this life 19 SAMUEL
July band of Mrs. Pearl Shuemake,
His voice is far from being
55th Terr. died Aug. 8.
wish to thanks and a NW ,
express ap died Aug. 10. Services conducted -
cheerful. Summertime Is really
held at
Services Monday
predation to their
many in the chapel Thursday with
Methodist the worse time of all the sea-
friends and neighbors who sent Elder C. B. Rock officiating. He Wesleyan
cards, flowers, and other con is also survived by two sisters. Church with Rev. H. V. Stuart sons for Jimmy.A .

dolences during our hour of officiating. Survivors includehis period at the YMCA Campat
grief. We extend special thanksto wife, Vera; two brothers, Lake Placid could ,make all
Father Lawrence of the Zack and Felix, a sister, Mrs. the difference in little Jimmy's

Roman Catholic Church for ad. RANGE. . Olivia Johnson. world. He could go canoeing
I.L&i I
ministering the last rites, also ;; and for a swim in beautiful
sincere thanks to Father Sandsof I AUSTIN CHANDLER SMITH MRS. ELIZA DEAN of 1976 Lake Grassy and take an excit-

St. Patricks Episcopal SR. of 2958 NW 44th St., died NW 5th place, died Aug. 14. ing, adventure hike for the first

Church of West Palm Beach for I Aug. 10 at his home followinga Arrangements are NorrisWallace time. He could enjoy three well-
officiating and also for render- short Illness. He had been a Survivors are a son, balanced meals, a day and havea
Ing his unforgettable and untir- 4a t resident of Miami for more than ; three brothers, Richard, bed to himself at night. He
ing services. Our abiding thanks I 40 years. He is survived by two Morris and Cedric; two grandchildren could see the tiny, gracef<
also to Stevens Funeral Home sons, Leroy and A. C. Jr., three and other chipmunks playing around the

for its Incomparable services. ,MMyr daughters, Ruby Childs, Willie Richardson . big oak trees instead of the
The Torres Family Thomas and Shirley Nelson; two large diseased and destructiverats
"- sisters, Tersie Baker and Johnnie MRS. ANNIE BELL RYLES scurring around his home.
WILLIE JAMES DAVIS Smith; 11 grand children. of 14230 Madison St., Richmond Lake Placid would open up
CARD OF THANKSThe wishes to express its gratitudeto Services Friday In the chapelat Heights died Aug. 4. She is survived the marvels and beauties of the
Tommie, four
by a son, outdoors God's house without
family of the late, the many friends and neigh- 3 p.m. daughters, Mesdames Sendy windows deepening little
LABON WALKER bors for their various acts of -
Powell Jennie B. Simmons, Eva
: Jimmy's appreciation of natureas
wish to take this method In kindness and concern during
Mae Wallace and Margaret the handiwork of the al-,
order to express words of appreciation their; recent bereavement. held in Monte-
CARD OF THANKSThe Henry. mighty. He could also for the
to our many friends, Thanks for the cards, flowers, with the
cello on Sunday the smell
first time, experience
who through your thoughtfulness and telegrams. Special thanks to family of the late. man Funeral Home in ;of wood smoke: the glisten of
Rev. I. C. Mickins T1l1-//
helped to make our recent and members
dew in the sunlight and
burden of the Mt. Olivette LEROY BENTLEYtake t ,
more bearable. The flowers Baptist
MRS. LOU GALLOWAY; fellowship around the
. 1 glow
telegrams letters Church and the Richardson this means: to their
and cards express 936 NW 1st Ave. mea Aug.. 7. ing campfire.
of condolences Funeral Home. appreciation to the
were all beautiful many She leaves to mourn a daughter, Your gift to the YMCA Cam-
and make us to know that Mrs. Addie M. Taylor, friends for their kind gesturesof Mabel Brown and a son, Joe ership Fund could send, little

there are those who care even mother sympathy shown to them Simmons of St. Louis, Mo. Ser- Jimmy and others like him to,
In the darkest hours. Special Mrs. Melva G. S. Davis wife during their bereavement. Spec. vices held Saturday, Aug. 10 Camp Lake Placid this summer.
thanks to Rev. Cousin, Greater Glennsworth and Willie ial thanks to Rev. Mozell, Mt.. the with Rev. Thed.
from chapel The cost is only $35 for a week.
Bethel AME Church, and Rich- Lovell Davis, children Olive Baptist Church of South ford Johnson of St. John Baptist Lesser contributions are wel-
ardson Funeral Home. Miami and Bain's Funeral Church officiating. comed. Mail all contributions to

The Family CARD OF THANKSThe Home for their kindness and G. W. Carver Branch YMCA

service. WILLIE JELKS, 429 NW 8th Camp Fund, 5770 NW 15th Ave.

IN c____family.... ._..........of__the late, Bernyce Greene, daughter St., died Aug. 1. He Is survivedby Miami 42, Fla.
MEMORIAM Louise Jones, daughterElla his wife, Rosa, a sister, Mary
Miller, sister Chambliss of Lake City, two
_ _
In sad but loving memory of Bessie Holt, sister brothers, Mack and Blna of
our dear wife and mother, And other relatives Orang Park. Services were BE RID OF

i'p held in Lake City on Sunday,
Aug. 10 with the Booker T,

a -M, we IN I MEMORIAM I ing.Cohens Funeral Home direct- Falling Hair

In loving memory of our dear
mother and daughter. WILL BANKS of 158 NW 8th

ct --. .. ... .. St., died Aug. 10. He is survivedby By FridayOR
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pi' ; k a wife, Bessie of West Hol.
ilt lywood and two very devoted
at friends, Mrs. A. M. Colcloughand MONEY BACK FROMKDRASOL

,t Mrs. Katie Lou Bailey. Ser
+ vices Saturday at 2 p.m. with

Rev. Cleo Albury officiating.

4 t $ _
r ALEX SIMS of 243 NW 14th I
St. died Aug. 11. He is survived. Only KURASOL. can make this

." by a very devoted friend, Mra.I 7-day guarantee. Relieves Itchy

Bernice Flemmings who has scalp fast. Be rid of scalp

..4i a t taken care of him for many (rouble..* with K unA 8 O L.KURASOL'iy .
years. Services in the chapel
Saturday at 4 pm. with Rev. and beauty shops.sold at drug.stored

SAMUEL W. JOHNSON H. C... Samuels, .officiating.... ._
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would like to express their
thanks to the many friends who
assisted In rendering deeds and ,
acts of condolences during the km
OPHELIA I .j to $
hour of their bereavement.
; who departed this life August 7,
:t .1857.. Special thanks to Rev. V.
Stuart, and members of St.
she Gone, but not forgotten. May Mary's W. M. Church and the
Francis Funeral Home
Sadly missed, : '
Dody Curtis, husband Mrs. Vera Johnson, wife
James and Harcourt, sons And The Family MARJORIE SANDS MILLS

who departed this life August ,. .,x",. t'. ,; ,
13, 1961.
CARD OF THANKSThe darkest hour. Special thanks to Two years have passed dear
Rev. D. A. Bradley of the Mt. mother, since God has called
family of the late, Carmel Baptist Church, Mt. Calvary you home to be with Him In "Living Service for the Living"

. WALTER,PERKINS Baptist, St. John Baptist leaven: and around the s now
of 3265 NW 48th St. who departed Church at large and to the white throne, God knows how Oscar L. Range Funeral Home

this life July 22 wish to many: ministers who were there much we miss you, never shall
thank their many friends and and took part and to the House your memory fade, loving M. Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range Mgr.

neighbors" for cars, cards, flow jf Albert for its loyal service. thoughts shall always wonderto 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue
,ers, telegrams, condolences. It Mrs. Gertrude Perkins, wife the spot where you were laid.
made us to know that there are Walter Jr., son Beatrice Sands, mother OX 1-0131 OX 1-4343

those who care, even in our Rena and Debbie, daughters And the Children ,oftessaTHE


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1380 and 1388 NW 38th St. One I SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1963 PAGE 13:
of the best duplexes in Allapat

', d would tab, Has want.many. 4-bedrooms features you, 2 "Songs of Glory" at American Catholic ChurchesThe

baths for you. 1-bcdroom, 1 put/lie Is Invited to wor-
bath apt, to rent. $23,500. 10% 'Shoreman Hall ship at St. Peter's American
down, no Closing! costs. Builder Catholic Church on Sunday,
owner, NE 5-2230. "Songs of Glory" of channel Aug. 18 at any or all of the ser-
10 TV will be a live program on I vices. Order of services: High
$73 A MONTH pays all. Only Aug. 25 from 2 to 6 p.m. at the Mass and sermon, 0 a.m; Sun
$350 down. Total $11,000. My Longshoremen Hall 1, 810 NW day School!, 10:30: a.m. Vespersand
best buy, drive by 921 NW 48th 2nd Ave. Benediction of the Blessed
St. Really a doll house. 2-bed- We are Inviting all choruses, Sacrament, 7:30: p.m.
room CBS. Best location. Call choirs and who have

groups appeared
FOR RENT FOR RENT A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 714 NW on Songs of Glory to The themo for Sunday's ser-
62nd St. Days PL 43131. Nltes be with mon li "Be- Thou Opened.. The
please us Aug. 25.
,FURNISHED df tihfurnlshe ROOMS. Use of kitchen. $7, $8, PL 9-5533. Each will three Rev. Donald Anthony, priest In
I (group sing
$9, large hot and cold water charge. ," '
alit in Opa-locka a tea. 1bedrbbtn \ ? songs or seven minutes. Thereis
newly painted
inquire 1817
unfurnished.} $15 week, 2. '5th court NW $63 MONTH pays all. Only $300 no admission charge.All The Very Rev. Nicholas Der-
bedrdoin! : UHfUrnlshed. $18, 1. down. Total $9,500.())( Nice 2-bed- participants that"'wish"to rick, associate.
bedroom furnished $21 2-bed room CBS, large living room
Clall FURNISHED 3-ROOM house Florida be present call NA 1-7427 so The Sacred Guild'
rooms furnished $23. Mic room big yard. A real of
kins Rental Agency}; NE 4-0500) newly pa hted. Inquire! 1817 NW Bargain 1915 NW 41st St. Drive that the name of your group the Church of the Sacred Heart
IndflDEDROOM 5th court. NE 5-7332. by then call A. Ben Korl, Real- will will be listed on the program American Catholic Church, will
toor 714 NW 62nd St. Days PL I present a "Back to Sohool
4-3431. ites PL 9-5533. i Fashion Show on Sunday, Aug.
apt. Al FOR SALE 25 nt 4 p.m. Models will include
utilities, downtown area. $18 ef. $23 MONTH for yoU best duplex FOR KENT OR LEASE kindergartners, elementary and
$13. Call Mickins
lency Rentai
Agltlc:! NE 4-0500. Indf 2 LOTS. 75 x 132 each. Between in town,' only $9,500 total, For long or slwt.terms, 10 high school students' and our
gth and 10th Ave. NW on 105th and $.200 down o see 1783 NW rooms wIth 20x40 hallway In guest, models will be a college
St. Total $10,000. Phone MO 42nd St. Rent one side, be your the center. Suitable for lawyersor co-ed. This affair will be heldon
FURNISHED weekly rooms, 6-4315. A17 own landlord. This is a steal. doctors with a drive in door. the grounds of the Sacred
$8.50 single $10 double Mae's A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 714 NW NEW West 4 BEDROOM, 2 bath in Heart Church 4718 NW 31st
Guest House, 2170Vashlngton MARKET. Near theatre. Beer 62nd St. Days PL 4-3431. Nites Small down Ave.
payment financing
Ave., Opa-locka. Aug17 and wine. 6700 NW 15th Ave. PL 9-5533. NE 4-0500. Ind!. We extend a cordial invitation
r OX 1-9525 or NA 19170. to you, to view the latest
SPECIAL 671 NW 50th St.,
In ,back to school attires for
ONE Bedroom apt. Unfurnlsh FULLY FURNISHED. Florida 2 homes. Rent one, live almost WANTED your children of school!
ed. City water. 3370 NW 51st room, garage, large corner lot rent free. $500 down. Drive by ALONZO LEVEL, formerly] Donation: $1.00, on Sunday, Aug.age.
Terr. Contact Mr. Gilbert, 3371 on lovely street in Manor Park. see then call me. A. Ben-Kori, employed by L. A. Davis Stock 28. Big Mass and sermon will
NW tHat St. NB 4-4321. Realtor 714 NW 62nd St. Days Farm. Please call me collect 11
Only $400 down, $76 month and : be at a.m. The Rev. Donald
PL 4-3131, Nltes PL 9M5533. I YU 7-0105. A17
EFFICIENCIES and 1-bed- owner pays closing costs. Life Anthony, rector.
Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL
roOm apts., furnished and un- 9-4371. Open Sundays. $62 MONTH. Special. Better
fUr ishpd, air: condition, clean call me on this one. 2-bedroom Announcing the opening of
and, tlUiet. AdUlts only #Not the FHA TERMS. Pretty 2 bed- CBS Really nice. Only $150
cheapest, I bUt, 1231 NW room CBS in Manor Park. Car down. Total $9,700. A. Ben- RAULERSON'S DAY CARE CENTER
77th Terr. Call PL 8-9565. porte, l lame yard, furnished. Korl, Realtor! 714 NW G2nd St. 15125 Jackson St., Richmond Heights
Days PL 4-3131. Nites PL
Freshly pointed inside and out.
ROOM In Christian home. Rea- $300 down and $63 month pays 9-5533. The Center will provide:
sonable. Telephone 691-6937. all. See at 1528 NW 43rd St. and TERMS Individual sleeping rota Hot lunches
call Life Realty PL 9-4371. FHA 3-bedroom CBS Mid-morning snacks ..... Midfternoon snacks
furnished. Price is only $8 500
FURNISHED OR unfurnishedtwo $400 down and $08 month. LifeRealty Supervised piny period Materials & activities' prep.

or three bedroom house in NO QUALIFYING CBS home 4902 NW 7th Ave. PL for first grade
Opa-locka, Bunche Park area. and income. Very best locationIn 9-4371. Open Sundays and Limited number to be enrolled. Register now! State Health
Require in nice, quiet family Manor Park. Both sides fully evenings. Welfare and Fire Department's supervised. Call CE 5-2127
Fenced and
yard quiet
furnished with real fine furnl-
NICE for an appointment to inspect these facilities
neighborhood. For further Information ture. Price, down payment and new duplex. Two
call NA 1")654.Augl0 terms are very reasonable. Life large bedrooms, located on 12th
Realty 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL Ave. Bank finance. Call NE ._
FURNISHED 9-4371. Open evenings and Sundays 4-0500. Indf -
2-bedroom house., .
Living room, dining room, Fla.
room, kitchen with frigidalre IIKLP WANTED Finest Selections in Miami
and stove plus carporte. 811 NW BY OWNER. 3-bedroom houseat FEMALE. Live In maid, good
65th St.ROOM .. 1889 NW 67th St. All hard- with children, light cooking.
wood floors electric kitchen, In Thursday and other Sun Lovely] homes OpenNew
in private home. Kitchen tercom system all over. Call OX day off. NA 44551YANT1tiD
privileges.! Phone after 7 p.m. 1-5453. Small down payment.A24 Low Down Payment


2-BEDDROOM APT. 3360 NW room frame. Screened porch, Beauty Salon, 1230 NW 3rd
51st St. Free gas, electric, water., appliances, air conditioner some Ave. FR 4-9704.( .Y r- .
Has built-in oven and range furniture. Price I Is $6,000 with -
and refrigerator. Rent $25 per $250 down and $60 month. Life TRASH HAULINGAlso
week. HI 81119.2.BEDROOM Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL van for moving. Free 1436 NW 38th Street
1-4371. Open evenings and Sun estimate, For Information call
HOUSE. Hot wa. days. 919-0113. Indf Lovely CBS 3-bedroom, Fla. room, tile roof, hardwood -

ter, big'! yard. $20 a week. Also floors and carporte. Owner pay closing costs.
4 room house. $12.50 a week. $400 down, $74 month $12,000 total price.
Call Saturday, 2260 NW 62nd
St. Phone 688-4825. AulO $500 down Only $9.500 total . _

ROOM for a refined man in 1536 N.W. 43rd) STREET 1352 NW 41st Street
private home. 1473 NW 70th St.
''Ox 1-0425. 3-bedroom, 2 bath CBS. Furnished. Balance $85 per Lovely corner lot. 2 bedrooms, Fla. room, hardwood

month. No interest first three years floors and garage.' $400 down, $76 per month, $9,500

'4721 NW 15th Court. Nice furnished ;ft.* ,IT**' total price. .* *, '
apt. No children Low No qualifying, no waiting, move right. n r. \ ,1 .
rates, Mgr. in rear. WI 5-9880. ----
1459 NW 5th Ave. New building Gratton < 4231 NW 11th PlaceNo

chen, fully privileges furnished, reasonable.rooms, Ask kit. 3625 N.W. 15th Avenue NE 6-6701 qualifying on this lovely 3-bedroom, hardwood

for Alex Burden. floors, screened front porch and carport on lovely.
... .. corner lot. $500 down, $10,000 total price.
and cold water, service of phone FOR SALE .
near bathroom, large closet,
quiet nelghborhp&od& low rent.Call Richmond Heights3bedroom 1140 NW 38th Street
Best Buy -
,751-8905. Man preferred.
2 bath CBS. Ultra modern, hardwood Gorgeous 2 bedroom, Fla. room and garage on beau

4845 NW 16th AVE. 2- large fur floors tiful landscaped lot. $300 down, $81 month. $10,000

nlshed bedroom apts. $25 weekly MONTH total price.
with all utilities, also one $350 DOWN $69

large furnished efficiency apt. 1 Bank Mortgage Total price $10,500 .
:$17.50 weekly with utilities.
,Ask for Mrs. Coleman at the Call Marvin Rosen-nites and Sunday 271-2041 DUPLEXES LIVE RENT FREE .

.premises. 3711-13 NW 14th Ave. 'I...
I HI 4-6133 ;
Greater Miami Realty-Days
:566 low: NW unfurnished 22nd ST.apt.Rear$15 bunga-weekly This CBS beauty has 2 bedrooms, 1 bath each sde.{ .

with utilities. Call Mr. Gross FHA, low down payments


$18 3-BEDROOM unfurnishedhouse ST. JAMES A.M.E. KINDERGARTEN 3710-12 NW 14th Ave.

3380 NW 52nd St. HI 2-bedrooms, 1 bath each side, FHA terms, low down
6-1266. 1845 N.W. 65th Street

1 REGISTRATION STARTS AUG. 19, 1963 payment.News
$18 3-BEDROOM unfurnished Realty Inc.The
house free gas and water. 6043 PLANNED PROGRAM CERTIFIED TEACHERS .
NW 24th Ave.
( Broker that works for you)

LOVELY HOUSE. 2-bedrooms, PL 4-0655
beautiful yard chain link fence, Licensed Hot lunches TransportationFor 4600 N.W. 7th Ave.

adults, $25 per week, will sell
to responsible people $100 down, information call OX 14212 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Open Sunday)
balance like rent. Ready to move .

,. E 5-5566. .

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. having demonstrated distinctive in
qualities of dependability and Good Buys Negroes
I PAGE 14 SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1963 leadership, and In recognition of
services rendered for the pro-
motion of justice, Americanismand FHA Repossessed HousingThe

Students Win Good_. Citizen PinsOne dents character and for among worthy fellow partici-stu- Greater Miami Urban mortgage offered under pro-
-- -- pation in the activities of a League reported Tuesday that visions of Title 24, Housing and
object of the National l ty, and in recognition of and as junior American Citizens' Club." the Negro community is not Housing Credit, Chapter II
Society, Daughters of the a tribute to, practical good These citations are signed by taking advantage of the low Federal Housing Administration -
American Revolution, Is to de citizenship John MacDonald the president general, NSDAR, down payment and long term ,, Housing and Home Finance -
Chapter presents Thatcher the National Chairman JAC Agency, Sub Chapter APart ,
C t velop, thru the general diffusion Award pins to children in the committee, NSDAR, the Florida Theresa Walker and Bertram I 200, which concerns itself
of knowledge, the capacity 6th grade in these schools. State Regent and the Florida Farquharson, Park with hon-dlscnminatiorl;I1 and
i for performing the duties of miniatures of t State JAC chairman.By Elementary} Wile Fern Troupeand i equal opportunity in l1dl1.sitlg.I .
These pins are
American citizens. To this end some principals this Robert Iteddlck, Jas. W. I James W. Whitehead, L&igUe
.' John MacDonald Chapter, DAR, the informal JAC pennant in Thatcher Award pin is consid- Johnson; Yvonne Johnson, Jas.. executive director, as a result
full color enamel! on gold; accompanying .
' sponsors Junior American Citi. each is citation ered the highest school honorto Bryant and Anthony Alexander, of a series of meetings with
zens clubs In many public ele- pin a be given to a student. Willis P. Wilcox, FHA director,
mentary schools in Dade Coun stating the awardee "as Winners of these pins were: Nathan B. Young. secured a list of all FHA Repossessed -
!:!: ; properties: for the .Negro -
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Dade County Real Estate
Y a p ,, zas a Board several weeks ago. Mr.

4 E Wilcox will explain the application
procedure to the board
I members as soon as he receivesa
While most of the homes are
in the outlying sections of the
city, Whitehead indicated that
they provide an excellent oppor.
tunity for families who cannot
r afford a large down payment.
The following are examples of
3 homes available
FHA case No. 09-320916-3081
6 NE 186th Terr., $15,000, 8-bed
room,2 bath, 420 mortths, $400

,' .: a ; down.Case No. 309 31120 19020
: ; NW 21st Ave., $17,700, 3 bed-
room, 2 bath, 420 months, $600
Case No. 309-31121 19010
NW 21st Ave., $16,800, 3 bed-
room, ,,2 bath, 420 months, $400
.. down.
," .1 Case 309-31130 11171 SW
"" .\"i. .. tTL f t ; : 60th St., $15,000, 3 bedroom, 1%
s y! r 9 '.
> : : bath 420 months, $500 down.
: The of the
majority present
\ I Ir
' 14 i .I I ]listings are under Jurisdiction of
Area Contract Managers as fol.
lows: Hartnett Realty, 2820
Pone de Leon Blvd., Coral
Gables (area 1)), E. Vallendor,
219 NE 5th St., ((area 2)); Larry
Larlsore, 147 Alhambra Circle,
Coral Gables (area 3)); Lyle T..
Pictured above are the children of the graduating son on all levels of cost and accommodation. A st. John Pritchard, 3200 Pone de Leon
Blvd., (area 4)): Don Vontl, 4830
class of the St. John Tot Center, class of 6263. Our stu- Baptist Church enterprise. Catl FR 1-3212 for complete SW 107th Ave. (area 5-A1),

dents and parents are our best medium of advertisement.Ask information. 1328 NW 3rd Ave. Registration is in progress Any person wno is a licensedreal
now. All children must have health certificates. estate broker may securea
those whom we have served. The ultimate in pre- I list of these properties from
school care costs no more at St. John. We invite compariMIAMI'S Attention! Leon the FHA at 3001 Ponce de

Economy is half the battle of
All seventh grade pupils who ; Individuals who are Interested -
life; it is not so hard to earn plan to attend Booker T. Washington In these homes should con-
money, as to spend it well. High School this fall for tact their broker or the brokers
LATEST . Charles II. Spurgeon. the first time will report to the .listed above.

.++.-1-.. . . . . . . ....... auditorium at 8:30: a.m. August Current ]listings may be reviewed
29. In the local FHA office.
The Cats ClubCorner WARNER HINES _

Painting Contractor B

70th St. and 17th Ave. .."., v C

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years of expert*< JOSEPH SCOTT
In business and 923 NW 62nd Street
In work, in : 18381RANDOLPH'S

-, love.
Your psychic and friends for 30
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CALL IN' PERSON Registration Aug. 16 thru 31

ChipsIN Madam, Hunter --o-- ..

1657 NW 73rd St.

Miami, Fla.
POPULAR SIZES Sunday 10:30: to 2 p.m. Office
hours daily 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Licensed by state' and county INFORMATION CALL OX 1.7988
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Knight of Pythias
Pool Course The blessings inherent in humility ,
Phil Ossofer Says . was the central sermon And Calenthe
theme delivered bv Rev. S. A.

Offered By School Board -c ....;;; Cousin last Sunday. His eloquent ,LODGE MEETINGS AND COURT
treatment of the Biblical
Isn't It strange? People go to Palm Lodge No. 84,
A fiwlnimlflg Pool Operators struction i Ih all story of Naaman made a deep Royal
Colirse the of pool church, they pray for God to Impression upon the worshippers. Aug. 19; Faith of Hope Lodge
; first to be'offered! i design, dperatlons and nitlt lead them In His ways, yet many No. 32, Aug. 20; Lilly of The
by a Board of Public Instruc. tenance. The Wealth# Department lIe In Dennis Smith was appointedby Valley Juvenile Court No. 58,
laws ,
violate the
tion in Florida, has been Implemented will assist in certain l very has the pastor to be the leaderof 'Aug. 21; Lilly of The Valley
giving simple language, given
in Dade County. Class No. 1. The class was Court No. 58, Aug. 22; Rose of
class lectures demonstrations them. led for years by the late Sharon Lodge No. 22, Aug. 24. ,'
Under the
direction of the and providing teaching In Ezekiel 45:9: we read, Mrs. Alice Hooks. Supreme Lodge Knights of
Adult Education Division, the aids. It will also administer the "Thus sayeth the Lord God, let Stewards worshipped at the Pythias, Sir. R. A. Hester; Supreme -
72 hour course will Include in- oral and written examinationsso It suffice you 0 Prince of Israel;: 3 p.m. services at St. James Chancellor Sir A. G.
pool operators may meet cer remove violence and spoil, anu AME. Edward L. Cherry and Gaston Supreme vice chancellor
tification requirements as estab. execute Judgement and justice, John Goldsmith ore vice chairmen will hold their 42nd biennial
lished by a Metropolitan Ordi- take away your extractionsfrom i i of the boards. convention In Hot Springs, Ark.
nance in 1958. the ; Mrs. Ann Smith attended the starting Aug. 18. Delegates from
my people, sayeth
SOCIAL SECURITY the this area will be Votary Walter
Lord God. In Matthew 35:31-48: connectional meeting
The II
course, offered twice Imperial -
Belle Deputy
L. ,
In Detroit
organization -
Jesus tells the parable of the Laymen
weekly for a three month dUra- and Princess Sarah D.
time of Judgment when He will Mich at St. Stephens
tion will allow Em-
M for a more comprehensive Belle, Deputy Imperial
AME Church She
reward the Just who, by example represented
study of subject showed their love for Bethel laymen and will make press .
matter thus Installation
.- ter understanding establishing of a bet-design Him through compassion for her report upon return Rev. held There at Royal was Palm an Lodge, No.
pool the poor and downtrodden, and Cousin also attended, the meet-
and operation as it is 84 Monday, Aug. 5. Officers installed -
...... re will send to the fire .
-- ...--r lated to public health. It will everlasting ing.Young were the following Sir
the unjust who refused people attending the
also to suc- Grace Charles E.nlankel .
provide smaller classes cor them. AME State-Tri Institute in Abram ,
which Is of work Sir
conducive to effective master ;
There are many people missing teaching and learning. Where is our sense of Justice Jacksonville Catha Darling this week, Gwendolyn are: Arthur Allen, prelate; Sir Thomas
out on their social Anderson master of arm
security today? Many look upon forced ,
Fussell, Emory West, Gary
benefits because of misunderstanding The Health Department, aware desegregation as unjust. Well, it Cousin and Phillip Johns. Mes- Sir Joseph W. Sturrup, keeper
"These people do not education t of this nature Is, but not according to their dames Mayme Cousin and Mary of record and seal; Sir Willie
understand the earnings pro- greatly enhances protection of reasoning It I la unjust because Colyden accompanied the group. Clark, master of exchequer; Sir
visions of the Social Security the pUblIc health, will encourage God, in revealing justice has Miss Hattie Brace, secretary of Addle Meyer, inner guard and
Act, And they J jUst dre riot tak- to continue Board of this Public instruction given man free will to open his the Sunday School Is vacationIng Sir Alfred White, outer guard.
!fig time out to1get the facts more than 700 program. With heart and mind so that desegre- in Hollywood, Cal., but she Sir Don A. Rolle, reporter.
from their disrict office," stated thousands public pools and tion will come pulckly and nat- Is also expected to attend the
Edward P. Blonston, district Dade of private pools in urally. It should come through state sessions for the mission vice Sunday night, Aug. 18 at
manager of Social Security in County, the protection of love as taught by Christ, not ary department. Greater Israel Bethel Primitive
public health through effective, through laws Church. These
forced Baptist groups
Miami North. by violent Members are reminded of the ,
swimming pool operation Is of action Wnlkathon. Reports will Uel I I are also asked to make reportsfor
Mr. Blonston said that hard vital importance* Ah published the third Sunday in the quarterly conference
ly a day goes by when one of who view 'I alarm people each month. Make all reports to which will be held Tuesday
his staff does with forced desegregation Aug. 27.Distinguished.
hot come in con- Mrs Frances Gause, night,
tact With someone who has lost Free Swimming fight l Witterly to for the Joint Steward Boar visitors at
some payments because he mIs- maintain forced segregation. Is Rev Cousin Is anxious for final Bethel last Sunday includedMrs.
understood or was misinformed. Classes For Adults let this Justice? "Come, now and reports to be! made by Novem- Sarah Ford, aunt of Miss
us reason and Mrs. Aaron
Mclzic Elliot ,
The best to together, sayeth ;
way avoid losing the Lord.. The blind ber.All and family. Mrs. Jeiv-
desire Jenkins
benefits 'is not boards clubs and depart-
your to talk ,
to a s oBunche Park
Swimming Pool reason, but
like Mrs. Susie
cial security representative. is offering free the Pharisees, ments of the church are calledto klns is the sister of
swimming; lessons approach God with lifeless W. Francis.
participate in an aftcr-ser-
"After all," Mr. Blonston for adults only on Satur- selfrand wrapt In
"when have said, day nights from 6 to 7 p.m. We blind to lishcall totjus FLA.
you trouble MIAMI
with have expert instructors andare tics THE MIAMI TIMES -
an electrical
appliance or with offering classes PAGE 15
beginning AUGUST 17 1963
your car, you certainly want to and advanced swimming ,
go to a place where .
you can Admission to the pool is 85
get no better expert service, and there i is cents. Come to the pool, adults Spend $2 for freedom SEE TILE WOKIJV8 .. fe Sys;
place to get expert and learn! to swim. Join The GREAT PROP1I1GT i .F .t6
information NAACP
about your social A True Leader
security payments than at your We still have openings in our 3.'" Yearn. of Experience. ht's
social security district office." morning classes for children at Illation Hunter Is well known as '
10:20: am.1115: a.m. The earlier CONTINUOUS
Many I people of retirement age 'classes are filled. There are PROF. :

are unaware that they may be openings also in the classes in! SINCE 1018 you nre sick worried or In
eligible for some social secur Junior and senior life-saving troubled thin 1* the place to come ,a
ity benefits for the year even from 10:20: to 12. Admission for PL 1.3604 Don't stay in thin rut, push back a
though they are, still working children is 15 cents. the veil of bad luck that !II..t"1I8to to z ,
The amount of the payment For further information, call i hold you In your track, and ; ,
would depend, of course, on the 624-59G3. ax6aWe advance forward by the help of N ; '
total yearly earnings.A God<< under the leadership) of W *
Prof. Hunter who tin* 33 yearn #
person who Is eligible for In nplritual and
of experience
social security can earn up to Want to Sell it? occult science. Make your homo '" J ... '

$1,200 in the year without losIng happy. He will show you how
any of his social security Advertise itl! to bypass your enemies and get the things that life demand
payments. For every $2 of earn for you. Come one, come all. Healing meeting every Wedne
. ings between $1,200 and $1,700 plan guide and advise day at the Hplritual Temple of Klon, Inc., 5117 B.W. 17th Bt,
only $1 In (benefit payments Pleat Hollywood. Fla. 7:30 p.m.
would be withheld. Over THINK!
1 $1,700, Finest- Quality Building
In benefits would be withheld }
for each $1 In earnings over that THINK! HOMES
amount.In .
addition a person can get WIGS
social security payments for any ALTERATIONSBANK
month In which he neither

earns over $100 as an employer, STARKEYS FINANCING
nor renders substantial services

as Find a self-employed out how your individual.earnings BEAUTY AND 3V'Qaacaoa I7

affect your social security pay ( ( f1)f Q 4
ments. Don't take a chance on WIG SALON e.

losing money. Visit your social General -
'SecurIty 70th district office at 234 NE Building Contractors 5417 S.W. 17th Street W. Hollywood', Florida

let, OASI-23 St. A social security book Licensed Insured 1 mile east, Htate Koad 144 3 mile* west of Hollandale on
Work It You HI 8.938 North side of the road. Office hour 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday
While You"Get Social Security 888 N.E. 79th Street 1 to 3 p.m. Licensed f by Htate nnd County. Heading dally.
Payments, is also avail, 3605 Grand Ave.
and will be sent to you on

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YWCA Co-ed Club The dances are from 8-11 p.nt
THE MIAMI TIMES ,MIAMI. FLA. I d__ I Girls will be returned to the

PAGE 16 SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1963 "Dip Hop"The center at approximately: 12 midnight .
Planning Committee of *
Broward the YWCA Cooed Club announced -
FAMU Opens September 2nd County plans are complete for its Public Decorators Dealers
next activity a "DIp-Hdp/ Grand Cental t Freight
Members and friends are Invited
TALLAHASSEE Florida to register for first trimester News to meet at Manor Park Pool LIQUID TING t FLOORS;,
A&M University will open for ,and last day to add courses; 17- on Saturday, Aug 17 for a OF FINE FURNITtmE TODAY
((1 the first trimester of the 1963- 28, period for filing application Walter la,'Howe Splash Party and dance. Swim 150 ROOMS of hotel Apt. fur-
6i school year on Monday, Sept. for December graduation. D and dance to records at the Co- nishings used 2 months, hotel
2. All, dormitories will be opened Oct. 7, 5 p.m., last day to drop Ed Club's Dip-Hop from 7 to never opened. These items list-
'at' 2 p.m. Sept. 2. Rev. M. G. courses without receiving fail- 9:45: p.m. Members will pay 40c ed will be sold cheap for cash,

Miles, acting dean of students, ing grades; 19, homecoming and ?**+*f *_*_+_*e _***__1.2. non-members 50c 400 famous Hollywood beds, 150
said new students will begin an Alumni Day; 28-29, mid trimester - -- -- YWCA HOSTESSES odd orthopedic mattresses, 200
orientation period on Tuesday, examinations. The beauticians of West Hollywood Twenty-nine Airmen from dinette sets, 3-5-7 piece styles,
3. Registration for return- and Hallandale will 150 Danish studio
Sept. Nov. 28. Thanksgiving Day Homestead Airbase were enter- lounges -
ing students will be Thursdayand their fifth anniversary couches 300 odd
and 29 8 classes present tained last Friday evening at a sofas. easy
(holiday) a.m.
Friday, Sept. 5-6 while program Sunday, August 18 at Get Acquainted Party at the chairs, 350 blond table lamps,
graduate students will register resume. Gethsemane Baptist Church. ,Northwest PWCA center. There 300 plate glass mirrors, 55 Cas-,
Sept. 7, according to E. M. Dec. 11, last day for studentsto All are invited to enjoy an evening will be additional activities tro type convertibles, complete
Thorpe, director of admissionsand make application for admis- of musical' talent. Mrs. Fan planned for groups of young with famous mattresses, 200
records. sion to the second trimester; 14, nie Williams, president; Mildred men from the base. Young ladies dressers, ; 75 chests, 225 desks,
graduate record examinations; Jones, reporter. between the ages of 17 and 150 dining room suites, expen,
The complete calendar for the
16-20, final examinations; 20, 5 20 years old who are interested 'sive lobby and outdoor furni-,
1p first trimester follows: p.m. Christmas holidays begin in participating in this activity ture. Will be sold cheap for t
I Sept. 2, 2 pm., dormitoriesopen and all grades due In the Officeof The CWH Fire Department Is and doing a service for cash today ,
for all students; 3rd, 8:00: Admissions and Records.Announcement. sponsoring. an excursion to the the men In uniform, should call
a.m., admission examination for Island of Bimini on Sept. 2, the center ((634-2651)) and leave Credit If you want it, we deliver
+ new' students and 9 a.m. faculty Labor Day. Get your ticket ear- their names Hostesses may also OUR ONLY SALES ADDRESS
conference; 3-8, orientation ly. The fare is $9,75 round trip. attend the Wednesday night 1636 N.W. 7th Ave. Open',to fr8a:
period for freshmen and new dances at the Base Service Club. Miami
students; 4, registration for The Church of Incarnation is An Air Force Bus will be leav- Open Sat., Sun., Mon. and Tues.
The VFW Post No. 8195 will ing from the Y Center at 7:10: till 6:30
freshmen and new students; 5- sponsoring a Straw Ride Fri- : p.m.
6, registration for returning day, Aug. 23, 8 p.m. Bus leaves hold its regular 5 meeting All members Sunday, pjn. each Wednesday evening .; ....: ..:.. ..: ..
18 .
at .
students; 7, registration for Community Center enroute to Aug. p.m.
graduate students;,9, first meetIng the church. Children 50 cents, please be oresent
of classes; 13, 10:30: a.m. adults $1.00. The public is in-
opening convocation; 16, last day vited. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Jack- Homes! Homes! Homes!

.. son of Hallandale, and Yours
Truly; visited relatives and
friends in Nassau last week. SUMMER IS HERE . PRICES ARE DOWNNO
They returned home on Thurs-


mour, who were married Sun-
Day or NightWe day, are spending their honey- MOVE RIGHT IN!
moon in Nassau at the Emerald
Beach Hotel.MidSummer. SEE SAT. AND SUN.
Service All Makes of 1-1527 NW 42nd St. CBS doll house. Porch, car

HI-FPs and STEREOSWe port, hardwood floors, EZ terms.

Also Rent 2-4115 NW 11th Place. 3 big bedroom, porch,

TV by the week or Month The public Is cordially invited carport, hardwood floors. $500 down.
to attend a Mid-Summer Tea,
Sunday, Aug. 18 at the Masonic 3-4232 NW llth Place. Corner beauty, air conditioning .

907 N.W. 2nd AVENUEPhone Hall to 6, 1742 p.m.NW Benefit 3rd Ave.St from Peter's 4 huge master b.d'room.' $500 down.

A. O Cathedral. Canon Charles 4-Mansion. Largest In area. S bedrooms -
FR 4-2044 r.'. Cooper, rector magnificent
construction; :dr''". l lot if desired. See 1253
NW 43rd St. '
everything is not too god but
what we do and the best of FHA
everything is not too good butIs

Welcome Masons and Shriners Baker'I economy Eddy.nnd riches Mary 5-1815 NW 47th St. 3 bedroom, $400 down, $9,900

15 year mortgage, $83 month.
;T"/ZtTZ i .u.44..xL4.I.Jl4'p/ iY!T ,
:DIVISION OP U.S. 2139 NW 43rd St. Retiree 'special. $7,000 total. $195.
HOUSE; down,,$70,,month. Nice 2-bedroom home '
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rufiurVIU M Central See now . Call WI 5-9886 .




AMERICA'S\ 'FINESTFUtlNITtJUE See our large selection of homes today

I pu 4 N Prices to fit everyone's pocket book
45: '
FRENCH 15 Italian 10 populardemand Duncan Phyfe dining ,rooms 1-843 NW 64th Street $350 down
'exquisite matching bedrooms,
new values 'to $1,000, sacrifice 2-bedroom home, separate dining room, hard-
\ $2R5, it perfect' $385, unusual woodl floors, carport, separate porch. No
suites to $::85 gorgeous odd qualifying. -
nnd end suites complete $125.l,2f)5 .
WithGospel $ : FKKNCII and Itnllan 2-3685 NW 59th Street $100 down--$20 week

T-j:1: :::: % sectionals chairs, exquisite recliners sofas! occas-gorgeous ) Move right in this house Fenced yard.

and Jazz ional nieces) marble tables, curIo 3-2420 NW 55th Terr. Rent this house for $15 wk.
cabinets, odd chinas, (dressers You can also buy this house for $3,000 cash total.
desks, breakfronts, chests, will price.
group bo sacrificed\ today, we deliver.
r 1N COMPLETE selections! of Early 4-780 NW 55th Street $1,000 down
American sectionals!!, sofas,
4-unit apartment Live in
chairs building one apartment,
recliners rockers, occasional
pieces, $095. Gorgeous rent free. Good income property.

THE SOUL SHAKERS bedrooms and dining rooms. 5-869 NW 73rd Street $500 down2bedroom
American and rock maple, sac
rifice $105: If perfect $2G5. Odd CBS home. A real buy. $85 month: We
dressers chests desks, chinas have key.6Stephens.
cheaper for cash, credit if
5 wish. you Manor area. NW 10th Ave. and! 75th
Days OnlySat. 79 EXQUISITE ultra modern St. See this 3-bedroom CBS' home. Florida room,

sectionals sofas. 25 Castro sprinkler system Large kitchen, large, rooms.
type convertibles, to $005, sacrifice '
Aug. 17 to Wed., Aug. 21 $IS5 each. If perfect $235: For' professional people, teachers, etc.
other exquisite styles to $495, 7-We have brand
N new 3-bedroom homes for sale.
, Sun. thru Wed. 1 show at 10 p.m. $893 odd and MASTER end styles bedroom$05. lovely Down payments, from $500. Drive by NW 11th

Sat. 2 shows 10 p.m. & 1 a.m. matching dining rooms, ultra Ave. and NW 51st Terr. See these new homes.
modern and new Danish styles,
Dance to msic of sacrifice $183 each, if perfesct We are, open Saturday and Sunday and nites til 8,p.m. ;
$285, fine quality odd and end I
suites $125 complete. Odd dressers
RICKEY THOMAS and His chests, chinas, desks 780 NW 55th St. bedroom Apts. $15 week
cheaper for cash.


">: 1636 N.W. 7th Ave. Ford Realty Inc. :
r+ ,ADMISSION $2.00 PER SHOW (tax included)

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[:',. 4200 N.W.. 27th AVENUE ., Tatis. til 6:30: P.M. 569 N.W. 54th Street PL 7-2559
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