The Miami times
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028321/00280
 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: August 26, 1961
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00280

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White Detective \
. Atlanta Prays

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A boomerang struck three former
i' Miami policemen on Monday I
when they were sentenced to ,I
prison for framing a woman on IntegrationThis ,
c a narcotics charge that sent her
\ to'1 )JaU for two years. weekend, more than 760 1
Atlanta churches and synagoguesare R y
"' r planning special prayers for
the peaceful desegregation of
the city's four public schools
f August 30.

l The lah.op'-p, the.; Atlanta'Dlo<:

,..' '.. '* WILltfJohnson 'J01INh6{ l'e1e': of* th +RomanasCathdUe
Church, the Most Ilev. Francis
t testified that he and Hyland named Sunday as a day' .
Collier planted five sticks of for prayer for law and order. He aM +
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marijuana In the woman's Is hopeful that integration will .rr- --"' -
j + store. be achieved "not only peacefully, Officers of the newly formed Guide and secretary of the new
4 An informer Eirislle said Was but with honor, and ina manner ) Consolidated Publishers, Inc., agency. Sengstacke, president of I
r sent by him and the two policemen 1 that will enhance the good publishers representatives, which the National Newspaper Publish' j
Into the store with a mark* name of our city" will serve all major Negro ers Association, was host for the I

r ed $5 bill to get change and I The citizens have been urgedby newspapers in the United State meeting*

_.......... '..._w .__ .. plant It in the cash register. the Fulton County Grand are shown at organization meet.. Consolidated Publishers, Inc.
in Chicago.Left
ing held recently
JOHN COLtlEH The three officers testified at Jury to conduct themselves with I represents 160 Negro newspaper
the trial of Mrs. Jackson that "restraint and dignity." to right: Mrs Nannie with a combined circulation of*
William. 1\ fcmslid, former detective1 the Informer had 'bought narcotics Mitchell Turner, president St. over one million in principle
who served on the forcefor In the store with the Louis Argus, a director; John H. cities from coast to, coast. The-
21 years, was given three marked money Sengstacke, publisher, Chicago organization grew out ot.
years; Officer John Colter, 18 Dally Defender and 'vice president merger of three publishers representatives
months, and Officer Willie John Emslle admitted to the court R of the corporation; Howard which were associated -
son, one year that he had "lied to a certain Murphy, business manager, Publishers Inc. Inter-Stats
extent" on the witness stand Atro-American Newspapers, treasurer Newspapers, Inc, and Defender
Mrs. Elolse Johnson Jackfeon lie said that he changed his testimony of Consolidated; 0. D. Publication,
the woman, of 770 NW 60th St., because "I read the Powel (seated) publisher, New
creaming; her Innocence as she Bible since and believe God +.. York American News, presidentof Consolidated Publisher will
I was carried from the court. wants me to tell the truth now the new organisation; B. maintain principle office In ,
room, was sentenced '021 April so Justice is done." I Washington Rhodes, publisher New York City with branch offices .
27 to two years in prison for I Philadelphia' Tribune, a director, in Chicago, Detroit and LOB .
telling marijuana. at, her grocery "I know nothing worse thana I and Thomas -W. 'Young, president Ang.IIJI.I The new agency officially
F. store-, 661 NW 7th st. She police officer not telling the Norfolk (Va.',) Journal and begins operation Sept. 1.
has been released. truth in court," Judge Ben Q.
Willard told the former policemen -
At his earlier trial Officer as he passed the sentence. ;-:-

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Slaying Suspects UpTwo

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State Aid to Segregated iw n' men sought in aeparate

I shootings surrendered to police
Monday. 2 ARRESTED'

Schools Ruled IllegalRichmond Johnny Lee Morris, 22, of 2020
NW 66th St., charged with crit '
Mrs* Oscar Range announcesthe ically wounding a former Metro FOR SELLING
engagement of her daughter deputy, surrendered in the of.
Va. A federal flee of his attorney Benjamin
Myrna Arleeta, to John Lee of I
judge declared invalid Thursdaythe Youth is Victim Cincinnati, Ohio. Doth attended Algernon, Flagler. and NE 3rd POISON
use of public funds to finance Knoxville: College of Tennessee. ave.The
segregated schools in Myrna Is presently employedas victim, George Washing
Investigators from the state
to Jackson
ton, 29 was taken
Prince Edward County while Of Accidental receptionist-secretary of the Memorial hospital In serious attorney's office and the Flori-
Range Funeral Home. John, a
da Agriculture Commission
public schools are closed. condition following the shooting
draftee Is awaiting inductioninto Thursday arrested two man ac
Judge Oren R. Lewis of Alex. Shotgun BlastA the Armed Services. early Monday.In Ito cUlled of selling roach poison In .
Plans for a late spring wed the second unmarked Jars in the Liberty
andrla ruled that the use of Han Davis Jr., 26, of 6700 NW
I ding are anticipated by the City area.
tuition grants for educating 19-year-old youth was in I couple. 22nd Ave., was charged with
pupils In county private schoolswas critical condition Thursday afteran first degree murder in the Aug. The arrests wore made after
an effort to circumvent a accidental shooting at 3421 13 shooting of Joseph Kelly, 23, Agriculture Commissioner Doyle
Frow Ave., Coconut Grove, po GARBAGE of 2260 NW 67th St., during an Connor received a complaint
desegregation order. lice eald. argument over Kelly's refusal : from a Miami Housing Authority t tI
He said the county portion COLLECTORSLOSE I to give Davis credit for grocer. I representative that the poison, '1 f
Police said Jimmy Douglas of ies. Davis Monday claimed be Parathion, was found in th.Liberty .
of funds used In tuition grantswas 14921 Jackson St., Richmond shot Kelly in salt-defenae. Square Housing Projects. I''
illegal because the coun- Heights had gone to the house PAY CLAIM, 7.. ...H,
.. ty's action In closing schools and with a companion Leonard Williams !- 'The two men picked up and
In appropriating funds to aid 18, of 107, Dixie Ilwy. Seven garbage collectors had 62nd St. and 15th charged with violation of the

segregated schooling nullified "a The boys were looking for two their demand lost for when pay they six I drew Florida Jackson Pesticide, 60,Act of 1029 were NW An ,' +
claimed they
constitutionally protected right." University of Miami student white boys were given vacation Ave. to Get 66lh St., and Plegner Brunson. I
who they said were friends of in their department, turn. 30 of 1837 NW 3rd aTe., apt. 1.
;IIe said the payment of elate theirs. Traffic Light ...'
ed down by Miami's Civil Ser )
tuition grants to Prince Ed. It It against the law to Mil
While they waited. for the two" vice Board on Monday. parathion '>lthbdt the contents ... ;
ward residents was illegal be- students to arrive* they found a All of the m'en'work in the The Traffic LfgfitvDtvleion'ofMiami being labeled on the package
cause they were Intended to of gun and It accidentally went off waste collection department. The has resurreyed the Inter Huttoe said the poison is an
fer a "freedom of choice" between while they examined it. board found that they did section of NW 16th aTe. and deadly to humans as to insecia. t
'miss" a few days" while the 62nd st., and will be installinga
schools. I
public and private ) ..
I high school youths were em traffic signal sometime in the
"The state did not Intend 1U Fla. Normal DeanIn ployed. very near future, According to a "
"scholarships to be available in The executive secretary of the letter received by Charles Had Newsboys Annual i
ley from assistant County Manger *.
without public evidence
communities Nationalist China board said there was no
Hoke Welch.: Picnic :
schools," be declared. that the men reported for workon Today r
I th" days Involved. Laborers A traffic signal will also be
The county closed its public I Dr. Jen Chi Chang who was in that department are hired ona placed at the intersection of More than 100 Miami Time
schools In June, 1969 apparent. : recently appointed education to and serve chair as day-today basis. SW 162nd St. and South Dixie newsboys will swim and frolic ,. .
anticipation of a desegregation professor of The board is studying a plan Highway after some structural Satur4ay.UIU' 28 at Virginia >,
ly In the district man of the Division of Education laborers Civil Service changes have been made In the Beach when the annual Miami'S
order by at Florida Normal and Industrial I to grant ,
court here. Memorial College. Is etatus. pavement.Mr. Times Newsboy plifnlc will be
Hadley and Dave Dondu .
The county's 1.600 whitepupils currently visiting government the, where Nationalist he have been appealing to the held.A delicious menu ban been .,'
since then have been at China authorities to place traffic signals .
prepared to whet the
educational young ap
is conducting an I ,
accredited segregated fact 62nd and nth for
tending at
tour and lecture series In Taiwan the that Dr. Chan was petites. i
schools operated by the Formosa. bringing to the college a vast about two years. The surveyorsfeel Buses leave the Liberty City "
but ,
School Foundation, both level that the location now
of top
the county's 1,800 Negro pupils This special release was made background and experiences in meets the mlnlmur rejuire. office at 8:30 a.m. and the '
formal education by Dr. R. W. Puryear, president preparation ( downtown office at 9:00,
hare, recelveed vvr no ... of Florida Normal, who strewed the field of education. men ta. k._:_


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I National Dental Association
SATURDAY AUGUST 26 1961 reward I I
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ALONG FREED OIl'S ROAD NewsBy lItrt, ; J I The 48th annual convention of luncheon meeting on Monday

the National Dental Association, August 7, and George Weaver,
I'The Inc., met at the Sheraton-Park assistant secretary of Labor,
By RUTH PERRY --- l Bowe Hotel, Washington, D. C. AugUflt who addressed the President's
_ ___ __ A_ D coc o 6 through 9 In what was described Formal Banquet on Wednesday
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of the most successful evening, Aug. 9.
as one
American citizens In tryingto
Knows My Name, many
"Nobody James Baldwin Is the latest maintain the status quo In the CWH Fire Dept. meets, meets In the history of the or A highlight of the convention
book by of this fine American writ face of such grave peril. Mr. Aug. 28, 9 p.m. at the Chamberof ganization.Dr. was special reception held for
Baldwin is also aware of the Commerce Building All memo and Its Ladles'
Dial the association
er. Published by Press O. W. Hawkins of Miami,
moral evasion that, has been bers are asked to be present. Tuesday evening,
Auxiliary, on
It is a eeries of sketches or es was reelected to a three term as
says, ranging In subject matter part and parcel of most white I vice chairman of the executive Aug. 8, at the Embassy of Gha
from a discussion of the riot at Americans since the end of the The South Broward VFW\ Post board of the group. Dr. HawkinsIs na. Ambassador and Mrs. William -
the United Nations the day after Civil War. The "new baby" that No. 8195 will meet Tuesday, one of the most active membersof M. Q. Halm, of Ghana, were
Lumumba's murder, Mr. Baldwin's : is coming for Negroes any time I II Aug. 29, 8:30: p.m. at the the association, from the stateof hosts on the occasion. The affair
first trip South an attackon I now, has been on the way for Chamber of Commerce Building. Florida.As was one of the most elaborate
Faulkner's stand on I nearly 100 years, and Negroesare events held In connection
William disillusioned has been the case In the
the Od: South, to literary por- I becoming very past the chief purpose of this with the conclave.
with so many moral protestations of 6216 SW
traits of such well known writ James
convention to offer to the
of brotherly love and freedom, for Panama -
Nor left Saturday
Richard Wright and 21flt st.,
dental pain
busy practitioner, a PRESIDENT
and so little real action con where he will spend his
man Mailer City, less method of Improving his dental *
cerning these ethical principles.As ; vacation with his son, Leonardand know-how, through atten Dr. J. B. Singleton of the Operative -
JAMES BALDWIN a Negro remarked to James
family. Department of Meharry
dance at lectures, seminars and
Baldwin recently, "At the rate
Nashville who
Medical College,
This was the first book of Mr. things are going here in America 1 clinics In an atmosphere of congeniality had been president-elect during .
Baldwin's I had read and I all of Africa will be free before The Carver Ranches' Bears defeated the past year, succeeded to the
'strongly recommend It as a bookof we can get a cup of cof- the Selerna Braves last KENNEDY SENDS GREETINGS top position, Dr. Richard Layneof
merit. I was es I Dania. The
great fee. Sunday evening at St. Louis, Mo., was elected
pecially pleased with Mr. Bald- game was tied up in the 7th inning President John F. Kennedyand
win's handling of his subject Mr. Baldwin thinks that the Ben Mos;ey doubled, and Walter W. Tobriner, president Dr. W. K. Elliott, of Huntington -
matter, because he writes first Idea that those who want freedom the Bears went out in front. .of the Board of Commissioners W. A., who headed the or
'of all as an American author, are subversive Is just as ridiculous Sampson Benjamin made the of Washington, D. C., were ganization during the past year
and secondly as a Negro. I do as the idea that Negroes greatest catch of the day in centerfold among the many prominent per became the group's 36th past
mean by this that Mr. Baldwls must keep on waiting for to enter the ninth In- sons who sent telegrams of president.The .
is not proud of his heritage or their complete freedom. He believes ning. Winning pitcher was Stan greetings to the association. convention will meet at
not aware of the tortuous road that the time is forever behind ley McKlnney, loser was Smith. Among national figures who the Cadillac-Sheraton Hotel In
that American Negroes have had us when Negroes could be next The following
addressed the Detroit, year.
to toward complete freedom in expected to "wait." What is de- convention were
the United States. I mean that manded now, and at once, is not' Mrs. Minnie Warren of West Dr. Robert C. Weaver, chairman year (1963)) Philadelphia
this book rises above any racial that "Negroes continue to adjust Hollywood and sister, Mrs. Williams of the Housing and Home Finance will be the host city and Cleve-
issue and takes its place among themselves to the cruel racial of Opa Lock! spent two Agency, who addressed a land will have the honors In 1964.
first-ranking" American writing. pressures of life in the United weeks' vacation In Nassau. They ___1
States, but that the United reported that they had the time -
James Baldwin was born ,in States readjust itself to the factsof of their lives.
1924 In New York City. After life in the present world"
attending school, he was recip COOK'S KIDDIELAND
lent of many literary grants, including What has happened in America The PTA of Carver Ranches
a Rosenwald and Guggenheim -I is that the nation has spenta Elementary School cordially Invites
Fellowship and a Ford large part of its time and energy you to its annual Men and
Foundation Grant-in-Aid. Later looking away from one of Women's Day program Sunday, 1840 N.W. 152nd TerraceOpa
Mr. Baldwin lived In Parts for the principal facts of its life, Aug. 27, 3 p.m. at New Mace-
nearly ten years where he became (the basic principle of democracyand fonla Baptist Church, 2201 SW Locka, Florida
a close friend of Richard freedom for all citizens.) 78th ave., Oneal Johnson, president -
Wright. Perhaps one of the most Contlues Mr. Baldwin: "This ; Gussie L. Daniel, chair Announces Registration For The
interesting essays in the book Is failure to look reality in the face man; Mrs. S, D. Daniel, principal
the one from which the book diminishes a nation as it diminishes FALL SEMESTER REGISTRATION
gets its title. It tells in great detail a person. Any honest examination -
what it feels: like for a Ne- of national life 1 I' II .
our - - Is Now in ProgressYou
gro, past 30, to make a visit to proves how far we are from the
the South for the first time. standard of human freedom with Poitier'sDAY may register from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.

which we began. The recoveryof

PREJUDICE everyone who loves his countrya KINDERGARTENRegistration 4 1961
hard look at himself, a reassessment ,
As Mr. Baldwin writes: "My of values and
plane hovered over the rust-red and the creation of stand is now going on Certified teachers, hot lunches and transportation
earth of Georgia. I had never ards worthy of what America
seen this land before. I pressedmy and Americans can be." Pick up and delivery service Complete care from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m.
face against the window
watching the earth come closer; ,Again I recommend very For further information Call MU 1-2710
soon we were Just above the
strongly that you read JamesDaldwln's
tops of trees. I could not sup Call PL 1-2659
Ermalene C. Cunningham co-director
press the thought that this earth latest book. It Is truly ,
had a reading experience. Walter H Cunningham co-director
acquired its color from the I 1 I I' I I ,
blood that had dripped down
from these trees."

It was In Atlanta that James Bethany S.D.A. Junior Academy
Baldwin rode on his first segre-
gated bus. And It was. while he
was riding this bus that the ANNOUNCES REGISTRATION AT SCHOOL
weight of all that Southern Negroes BOOt NW 25th Ave
had borne seemed to fall PRIZES i
upon him the Indignities, the Registraiton Begins Monday, August 21
frustrations, the humiliations and Each day 0 a.m. to 12 noon-No. 40743
all these things seemed to be reflected BETHANY ACADEMY PROVIDES
in the of the old Ne
eyes Accredited courses and ratings Christian teachers Bible
gro man who gave James Baldwin By Listening To
the right direction to take Teaching Education in a Christian EnvironmentAn

for his first\ segregated bus ride. accredited private school. where each child is important

To Mr. Baldwin this old Negro's Call PL, 7-5704 evenings and nights
eyes reflected an unknownand 22Jackson's WMBMI

terrible land that he would _..i ...._..........._. ,_____ ._ ...'.......... I
never know, because he had not --.I
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i I When your favorite WMBM disc jockey calls you,

WORDS RUT NOT ACTIONS I answer your phone by saying "WMBM" and Identifythe

Like all thoughtful Americans, Toddle Inn disc jockey if you are listening to WMBM. If

Mr. Baldwin is concerned with you do this, you will have won $12.20, and if you are
the apathy of most people in the
U S. concerning the grave danger ANNOUNCES I able to name the last commercial, you will win a

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National Alliance of Pos '
tal Employees held Its 25th bienntal '
convention in the Detroit-

, By DAVE BONDU Leland Hotel Aug. 1418.

The meeting got off to a good Y 0.6 fKw
start Monday night when Clarence
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MAI HE VALL don't know It, lens. While I'm at it Blues Re Bureau NAACP delivered
but war is gonna break out cording Star, Nappy Drown follows the keynote address.
shure as hell with all of this Dinah next week.
Berlin talk business. I hear Mitchell criticized the post of-
many conversations such as five I flee department for being "an
cats standing on the corner of PRETTY GIRL of The Weeks agency that continues to be the
62nd st. and 15th ave. "Dig," sez Peggy Joiner Deislr Pretty haven for small minded men who
one of the more hip gents, "if 1 Boy of the Week: Luther Wells are unwilling to allow the merit y Yn
wuz Pres., I'd load up six of Man About Town: Joe Davis system to operate as it is supposed ,,+r
dose atom bombs, crate 'em up Queen Of Song: Dinah Washing. to operate under the law," IS
and mark 'em 'onions' and ship ton.
Richard J. Murphy, assistant
'em over the pond. Den I'd have
six of those I STOPPED by to see Connie postmaster general, bureau of
planes just awaitingto
Farmer at Baker's Famous Corn personnel delivered a very iiv
take off and drop dose six
bombs on Russia, and dat's dat." ner on 15th ave. and some cat spiring message Thursday after !! "
bust through the door and told noon.: Postmaster General J, Edward
Sez the second gent, "'Yeah the barmaid to put up' a gallonof Day wan the guest speakerfor
man, tout what about China Dey whfckey and for everybodyto the Thursday night banquet. -_. I II
sure got a lot of dem rice eaters drink up. Te paid for the juice The grand ball at the beautiful Pleasant surroundings, certl-I United Fund provides 2 day care ,
dat are Commies. "I know," sez and .started for the door saying, Latin Quarters climaxed the arMvitles fled and experienced staff, midmorning (1 I centers and kindergarten for I
the first cat, "but if Prez wuz to "don't be surprised if you see % for this session. and mid-afternoon I]. children who need the very best
knock oft Russia dem rice eaters! me here any morning next week, Miamians in attendance In- snacks, a well balanced meal at. in pre-school training and edu
are gonna cool it for the next 60 I pan! to do this at least twice a eluded Mr and Mrs. John L noon clean separate cots for nap. cation. Centers will open Sept.
years, and by dat time I'll be month", then he walked out. Pryar, president of the Miami ping, an educational program 6, 730; pm.
gone and dey can do what they The funny thing about this fellow branch; Mr. and Mrs. U, S. Wil suited for pre-school children, Have you enrolled your child?
damn please." was that no one there had Hams and family, Mr. and Mrs.A. pickup service where needed are Don't wait until the limit is
ever seen him before, and that's J, Scott and family Mrs. Co- all scheduled for your child reached enrollment is limited.
A third cat piped ,up and said, what I call strange. retha Paschal, Edward Hanna, when you send him to either of You may enroll now at the
"I ain't gonna do no. fighting.I'm Mr. and Mrs. Hogen Eason. JESCA's Day Care Centers agency's office, 1133 NW 66th
gonna be a 'stand out' (whatis et., 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday
a standout). My brother died QUICK NOTE DEPT: Curt The next session will be held James E. Scott Community thru Friday. For further Infor-
in the last war for freedom and Harmon is appearing at the Sir in New York City in 1963. Association, a member agency of mation call PL 84791.

liberty and I can't even go to a John VIP Lounge. He sounds .... .....
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movie downtown,. they won't let nice too, but what happened to .
my kid go to any school I Dottie Dudley (The Foot) and I Beautiful Home FINANCIAL
choose and there are a wholelot her spouse ? ? ? Ida William
of places I can't go, so! if Moore is back behind the bar in Your Lot
they want me to fight it will be the same place Dave Pro. RESPONSIBILITY ACTA
on my own terms a law in binsky Is back from his vacation
black and white saying Negroes Around the corner at the 7 bw C xei&4as' MUST IN FLORIDA
will be first class! citizens Fiesta Room, Ketean is doing a ... S
no more segregation and then real fine job. Schoolboy S
I'll fight." (Julius Wilson) is in the hospital a FOREMOSTS
What goes with the
Year, and how about these Hampton House and who sent
Cubans that come in couldbe the cops in to raid the place?
some of Castro's, boys sent When will it reopen and who Complete Building Sirvlc S
here to dig the happenings, and will be the new manager since INSURANCE AGENCY
in the meantime they go any Jackson has been eeen on PLANNING
where and do anything they the scene? Harold Kemp is still .
want to and that's not all, they there and seems to be doing a BUILDING
are taking all the jobs and work. good job. This si a beautiful FINANCING 2210 N. W. 62nd St.
ing for practically nothing andI spot, and people ask these questions Your New Hem
can't get a job even with a of me and wast to know
college degree." why I'm not there. To allot No Down !
The fifth guy piped up and these questions I don't know OX 6-2280
said, "Y'll have said a mouthful, nuttin '. Club Mi Bowling PaymentOv
and all I gotta uy to all tour plans a big weekend with Max
you is AMEN! Brother. Newbold and his Trio, plus the Twenty V..r. ofConstruction Has all forms of insurance
Stereos Bill Stirrup .is still
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TIlE WEEKEND for the SatisfactionPL
will recuperate rapidly.THAT'S .
Glass is this weekend I He's got
Miss Dinah Washington and she's fir this week l Assigned Risk PolicyLOW
got the voice and the show! The

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out after every show, except the ..tis 1-3604 Bad No Credit?
last show. The reason for this is
that Glass is trying to let every NEED MONEY Miami LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS
one have an equal chance to see
$25 to $600
the how and hear Dinah tier 888 N.E. 79th St. COME IN TODAY! TOMORROW MAY BE
Highness arrived Tuesday to Call PL 8.3653
rest for a few days at the Sir TOO
John. No matter how you cut IDEAL LOAN :Advertise It Pays!
it, there is only one Dinah Washington We are Prepared to Finance You!
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Pre-School Training Certified Teacher
White House 'fcreas secretary
Pierre Sallng h, who draws a School Begins September 5
salary of $22,000 a year was de 14140 N.W. 23RD COURT
linquent In rtjV>me taxes for
Main Office at 0740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1.0421 1957-58 In th6 ftum of $609,96. Opa Locka

Uranch at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami, Florida-Phone FR 2230 back Salinger taxes said with he a paid six per off cent the MU 8.8141, School MU i 1-4060, ResidenceMrs.

annual Interest penalty In April,
U. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher 1960. The tax \Hen filed In fed Dorothy Gibson, R.N., owner
GARTH O. REEVES, Managing Editor eral court Aug tt 25, 1959 has j 82
been cancelled.The .
Entered as Second Cn ss Matter, August 0, 1027, at the Post Officeat
Miami, Florida under the act of March 8, 1870 Empire State building,
the. tallest In the world, ownedby CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Col. Henry Crowun of Chi
: has changed hands. The
ONE YEAR $4.50-SIX MONTHS 82..7S-THREB MONTHS $1,70 new owners area New York Investment Day Care Center
Member! of the Associated Negro Press group .organized by
Member! of the ,National Newspaper Publisher Association Lawrence Wlen, New York lawyer 1747 N.W. 3rd Avenue
and investojf, The price paid
"-CHEDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" for the 102 st"rY skyscraper is
TUB mono,; PRESS believes that America can befit lead the world $65 million dott rs., .
from racial and national antagonisms, when it accords to every man '
regardless, of race, color or creed, his human and legal rights. Hating Reports by tlU Senate investigations Registration begins August 28
no man, fearing no man-the Negro Press strives to help every man sub-committee show that Pick-up and Delivery Service
tn the firm belief that all men are' hurt as 101," as anyone I Is held professional g4 tyt>lers may be
lack getting away wity\ a tax liability For Information Call NE 5.3409
of five billion AAUara a year.
Sworn testlttj)by show off-
track wagering on horse races
totals about 50 pillion dollars a _. 1 nW $ II"'fIQo"' ,,"''J 'I'''''''' 4-.w..A .
Manager Irving McNayr on Wednesday or- year
dered a review of Metro's workmen's compensation insurance fCAROL'S KIDDIE KOLLEGE
system. He wants a complete study of the Sys- Senator Rlclburd\ Russell 'of

tem ;to find the sounflesl.a1l4: ], njgsti&coflomifal> ...wN tp Georgia-filibuster predicts..it'' Me a Senatetries timeconfusing 'Is now open for enrollment for the' coming scoot'
carry out the program. I to tack a maze of civil rights
Manager McNayr's action was taken after the program to a tfettdlng appropriation term. We offer the best care for your child. Hot
Miami had bill. Senator Jacob Javits meals and evening snacks. Wholesome recreation, individual
Daily News reported Dade County spent more of New York aft4 Senator Ken
than a million dollars on workmen's compensation and neth Keetlng, fcflth New York sleeping cots, and pick up And delivery service
pay to injured workers during the past four years. Republicans, wAAt to add two in Liberty City, Brownsville asd Miami. Hours
year extension ct the civil rights
Since January, 1960 there have been seven Metro comlsslon to a tfgbdlng appropriation arranged for convenience of working mothers. For

officers injured in off duty accidents. Part of the study bill. further information call PL 8-8476 or FR 1.2209 and

will include the problem of Metro officers who use motor- ,Mrs. Pauline ephers, Mary register now. A26
cycles to escort funerals, moving vans ''and house moving Sephers, niece, Md Francis Loflln ..
of """ ;
equipment. Philadelphia were the
guests of Mr. aAA Mrs. WilliamH.
Dade County has over 8,000 employees. During the Hanna, 1U$ NW 69th St.
last four years they have filed 3,171 claims, and the Mrs. Sephere, A former Floridian -
county has paid $772,027 for workmen's compensation lives wish her husbandand rsC/gS! fe BsSe
insurance based on a cost plan analysis and an estimated 'salon.operates ht'own beauty
$400,000 in salaries for employees 'hurt on the job.

County Attorney Darry Davis said Metro should Monday night t jfer was a race
study the feasibility of self-insurance with honor and in a riot in EnglanA with knives,
manner that will enhance the good name' of our city. bottles and rocks, The riots be-
gan Saturdaf night when a
white youth Vss stabbed to
Metro Commissioner Alex Gordon wants to get rid of death by an AM>. Two women
"parasites" from the welfare roll. He believes the work and nine men tyVe arrested.

:for ,welfare plan should be used by Dade County. Sucha Among local ttmM attending
plan is being used in Newburgh, N.Y. the boule in Philadelphia last ( ell
week were Mrs. Eunice W Lib FREE DELIVERY DRUG
Dade County's social workers do not agree with erty and Mrs. S r&h Alice Cher _

Commissioner Gordon. They say this plan would enlarge ry.
rather than diminish Dade welfare roll.Dade's .
Fidel Castro
his 12- HAROLD JOLLIVETTE' Manager
system is to get people off welfare as quickly year-old son to jhool in Russia
as possible by making them self-supporting the Association to study CommuMsm. -

Francis L. Gillespie, chief of the Miami Labor Department PHONE PL 1-8381
Wage Hour Division warned business leaders PICNIC HOUSE SERVICE CALLS $1.50

Wednesday to familiarize themselves with the broadening Clearance sale going on, need space. TV, radio,
'act of the new minimum Wage Law to avoid viola- Saturday, August 26 stereo, record players. Prices reasonable. All purchases -

tions. Some 250,000 Floridians will be affected, 100,000in ... and repairs guaranteed.. Free Delivery.
Greater Miami. The law becomes effective on Sept. 8. KNOW YOUR TV MAN AND SAVE :MONEY
Fairy Land
The dollar an hour will become $1.15 an hour, JOESCOTrAUTHORIZED
after a two-year period it will be $1.25 an hour ,plus over- Kindergarten FACTORY TV REPAIR
time benefits. i. 923 N.W. 62nd Street, Miami PL 1.8381
now open for Registration.
Newly covered employees will receive $1.00 ian hour Six months to S of
years age
for the first two years and $1.25 by the fifth year. Pick anti delivery
Laundry workers do not come under the new law. up
Hot meals
mill; Aerved daily TV NOT WORKING?
Also auto and farm equipment dealers, hotels,
motels and restaurant employees ''at lunch counters, mo- New Hop Church Have it Fixed Right This Time

tion picture theaters, hospitals, nursing homes, schoolsfor 6600 N.W. 1&th Avenue Our 25 years experience in electronics
handicapped children and amusement or recreational Shop work priced fairly
establishments of -a seasonal nature are exempted.The Call OX 1-A&32 or Service Calls $4.50

new law will be welcome by those it covers. A FR 4-4039 Ternw can be arranged

$'40 a week employee will now be increased to $46. Mrs. SRAttFRIENDLY Come and see our laboratory

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Veterans of Foreign Wars, 1,200 strong, held their _.__ r.. ..... ___ JOHN J. PETRUFF ;,
convention at lliami.Beach. this week. The big parade on Shop work priced fairly .
Tuesday night was impressive. It was seen by an esti- GROUPKINDERGARTEN ELECTRONIC CONSULTANT
mated crowd of 60,000. -
The veterans want President Kennedy to use force
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"if necessary" to stop Castro and Communism.A .

new 800-bed Veterans Hospital will be built in Will open at St. Paul AME TV Service Calls $L.50

Miami by 1965 according to announcement by Adminis- : Church, 4th court and 19th
trator John S. Gleason Jr. of the Veterans Administration. -
I St. Tuesda
on >, Sept. 5, ALL
The hospital is to be built on N.W. 12th avenue near '
the Jackson Memorial Medical Center. The structure will 1961. Pick up *nd deliveryHot LARRY'S T.V.

be nine stories and will cost $17,000,000.In m .Ja
For further informationcall RADIOS HI-FI
Chicago seven former policemen were convictedof
burglary. FR 1.3048 o*> FR 1.5750 Sell Used TVs on Credit

i The trial of these policemen lasted 42 days, but it Mrs. Vera B. Moorman 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-8024

took an all-woman jury less than three hours to return a SupervU&rss .-A verdict of guilty and a recommendation of prison sen-

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I SATURDAY* AUGUST 26, 196i PAGE, "'-. S

'Organizes National '''Bonded. Employees
Negro Fund -.;/;/Picnic Sunday '
The annual picnic for the 'employees
A local business man and of Bonded Collection
property owner has started a gen Agency. Inc., will 'be held at Virginia ..
era! fund for distressed and des ; Beach on Sunday August
titute persons. 27 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Serv
lag time 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at
What he enthusiastically! calls pit No. 3. All personnel of Bonded
n non-profit, non-exploiting organization are urged; to come out and
is the National Negrp enjoy the delicious menu of barbecued
Foundation a dream that was put baby ribs, chicken and
Into action by Cecil Sweeting of franks with sauce by Willie Rich
614 NW' 2nd ave., owner of ardson (barbecue specialist),
Cecil's Double Victory Bar on salad' and slaw by Dos, best In
Aug 13.Mulling. the country. Special service by
congenial young ladles awaits
over the idea for some Plenty soft drinks,
I Ip time intact, ever since h6
first had his 'dream'. Sweeting
? I finally came up with the anuwer BETH r ARTIST
t and started his "fund" locally
But he still: intends spreading Last Sunday the Missionary
t I out nationwide as soon as his Society held its anniversary at

... __ contacts can be made. the church The speaker, the
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Miss Freddie GilliamIs dress, with a beige organza .--- _. The fund, which encourages inspirational message. The
skirt and an .orchid attached, voluntary contribution solely: morning services were also in.
Roberta MartinTo
spiring. The preacher was the
Bride of Mr. Earl Following the marriage a for use by those In need, already Rev. Ancrum
special reception in honor of the Get Kendrix has financial support and on
uewlyweds was held at the home The Woman's Day program
couragement 'Tho in Its infancya
YoungIn jf the //bride. Award wit!; be on the fourth. Sunday in
committee has been formed, September.Rev. .
a unique wedding held Sat Both the bride and bridegroomare Washington. D.C. Miss Ro- the fund 1 Is growing steadily and L. R, Ross, pastor
turday afternoon at Christ Epis 1961 graduates of Florida berta Martin, Internationally has promise of a bright future. Doris Carson, reporter
copal Church in Coconut Grove, .t. and M University. Both are em known arranger, composer and I ..
Miss Freddie Lee Gilliam, daughter ployed as teachers at Naples.At directress of the famous Roberta -
of Mrs. Myrtle Gibson Gilliam I Martin Singers, will receive the RUPTURED, ?, Jb
left the bride and
ofS37 broom', ht are'shown theuew.yweds
the bride of Earl Rayvernal right their attendants and Memorial Award of the National ......... ..........' otfI T,.......... Discard
Young. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. I Gospel Symposium Association, Tree After Cer,....... pret4-Id.-LOW
die Young of Palatka, with Fr. their parents Mm. Nathan Ezell, I according to Walter Kennedy, CT.
Theodore R. Gibson, rector, off. I i Airs. Scott, Benjamin Ellis, the III, Symposium founder-directn:, PILES| RECTAL DISEASES
iciating. uestman, Mrs. Myrtle Gibson. Miss Martin, to whom thesymposium's .I.WS! .I :
Gilliam, Mr. Young, grandfather DR. LONG'S CLINIC ,I., CT
Attired in an attractive dress of the groom, Albert Gibson, 1961 series program
of white organza over taffeta, grandfather of the bride, the i wLl 1 be dedicated, is scheduled waiwv ;;; :::;; ;; ;;::: ::::::w-=
with a fingertip white veil, white bridegroom and the bride, and to receive annual national the organization'sthird award fur WHY PAY MORE FOR YOUR
gloves and carrying a Holy Bible aiaid of honor, Miss Gloria Glb-
her work in
with orchid attached the gospel AUTO
on.- by Johnson. singing. An outstanding ochiave-
bride was given in marriage by
her grandfather, Albert Gibson. aunt award will go to Dr. J. YOU ARE A GOOD DRIVER?
Robert Dradley, National Dap.
The bride was attended by a EXOTIC PERFUMESFOR List Convention Publishing Board, For lower rates call 1
maid of honor, Miss Gloria Gibson YOU Nashville, Tenn.
her cousin. Miss Gibson All Syanpoalum Association regional Mobile Insurance Agency, Inc.
wore a blue organza dress for Order now for Christinas. Arpege, winners will be eligibleto I
the occasion. My Bin, Cluumolo No. 0, White participate In the gospel festival 2255 N.W.167th St. Opa Locka, Fla. '

Shoulders, Tabu. being held at Salem Baptist Save $20 $30 $35 per year
Benjamin Ellis, a cousin of the IN SP11AY MIST Church, Washington, Sunday afternoon I Phone NA 4.8433-0pen 8:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. i
bridegroom, was the best man. Purse atomizer, $1.50 each. Sat* Sept. 3. It Is expectedthat
{;:r Both the bridegroom and the .sfactiou guaranteed. M.O. by singers and groups from I Including Saturday
':/r '., best man were dressed in Infor-. inall. Phone orders acu'..tcd. throughout the eastern part of I 10 2015 LIABILITY $69 to $76 PER YEARNorthwestern
; mal dark suits with white buttonlarea.
the United States will participate. "
: The Hirshberg Co. 1 I'
" '. 421 N.W. Uni St. .
.;;?/" :;,.,,. Mrs Gilliam, mother of the Miami 30, Flo. .
,,<. 'bride wore a pretty beige lace Fit 7-4803

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I I per hall Hostesses who wore
white tulle backed carnation
corsages were Mesdames Levie
Baker and Gustava Russian, Ft.
Pierce, Willena Tompkins Smith,
Atlanta; Ernestine M. O'Brien, _:
4 R a qa John Dlllard Sr., Henry Knox I( 1TPil1.L j '
and Charles Williams.

Prenuptial affairs included a
Miscellaneous Shower and Kit
chen Showers both given in
Richmond the first by parents t 9f'a' r,
of pupils taught by the bride;
the uecond by Jean Waller and
Mesdames Eddie Harris and
Pugh On the past Thurs- nAF
J' Joseph
a 4 4rr I
day night, the Ellhu Loves entertained
members of the bridal
party with a barbecue held on
; the grounds of their home. 4901
NW 23rd ave. The rehearsal
dinner was an event of Friday F
night at Georgette's Tea Room.
\ The Cliff Bakers were hosts. f

( I After a motor honeymoon to : -U
j Washington the couple will beat : -T
home In Hampton, Virginia.
I Mrs. Wllllamu wore for travel a
white jersey dress printed in
autumn shades; brown and _
white spectacular pumps and .

carried a matching puree. ...... ,.V .. ... .. .....;w-...-_..;.. ... -.. ...
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grandparents are William Till- :;r -: #tIf "' ", "'t .4J' .., "f' ,,

man of Qultman, Ga., and Mrs. .... (
J1u1- LuclUe Hurt of Jamaica, New t). "' ...-. .._ _.__...
York She is a graduate of B. T. .. .:,l ": '" ', 7', "r"r "" ", .....-..""; .. .
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where she was initiated 4 ..n''_,';__',;'_\Is. _. ,,""' '' \> '. __ __ ...

M1r into Delta Sigma Theta Sorority PARTY
j Wall elected Miss FTA, was a

member of the Pry Ilia Wheatley Monthly\ birthday parties are only one of the few
Social Club and of the Trl-B
I Council. During the past year activities at Cix's Kindergarten to help meet youngsters
Delores Love and Edwards Miami niece
Vandelyn social needs
she taught in Richmond, begin
Arthur L. Williams were married the bride; Gertrude Kella ning next month, dire will be on Registration is in Parents let train
now progress. us
last Saturday afternoon at I Ft. Pierce, cousin of the
4 o'clock tn( Mt. Zion Baptist I I, and Jacqueline Smith of the Qtaff of the School Walter Reed your child while you work. We are licensed with certified -
Elementary Newport
Church.; The Rev. E. T Graham, ta. Their attire of yellow News. teachers, and a well planned program to meet yourchild's
pastor, read the service for the organza was like those of
needs. School begins September 5. For information -
double-ring ceremony. Vows senior'malda with the Mr. Williams Is the third son
were exchanged under a white, of narrower sashes and of Mr. and Mrs. John Elli Williams call FR 1.8488 or OX 1-1834, n, E. Cox, supervisor,

fern.decorated arch from which bands of yellow taffeta of South Boston, Va. lIe W. 0, Cox, manager.
hung a large wedding ring sym They carried cascade is a senior at Hampton where he

bol. The entire pulpit area was of yellow carnations with is majoring in speech therapy; 'r4<<. .' d.,"ht"'I .
set off toy pairs of white stand ribbons Tiny pearl earrings is a member of Kappa Alps Psi; ,
ards joined Jay white chains. the bride's gifts to them. Radio Club, baseball team, is '(4 j i f d
Large baskets of mixed white nchool'u sportscaster and serves
candelabra on either side of the Ann Evelyn Thomas and S with the ROTC Unit.
la Renee Love, small sister ,JJd
arch completed the decoration. ,
Preceding the service and ad the bride, were flower Mr. and l\fna. Baker are "
ding to the atmosphere of joyous wearing yellow silk well known in business and social )/ :
anticipation was a short pro dresses made with full Up'I circles in Florida. Mr. Baker
gram of wedding music offered by short puffed sleeves and ? member of the Tri-County "
Charles Mobley, organist, and isashes. White pumps and )' Real Estate' Board and longtime
Mrs. Maxle Miller, vocalist. Mrs. socks completed their owner of (several successful businesses '
Their flower baskets had
Eddie Harris of Richmond, Va., Is active in fraternal
satin bows the handles.
sang the "Lord's Prayer" fol on groups., Mrs. Baker, associated
lowing the final blessing. Fama- laces of tiny pearls were gifts with her husband in his enterprises '
the bride.
liar music was used for both is active in church work
processional and recessional.The The groom and his and a member of the local Ami
wore stroller jackets of cae. Instrumental music is hor I .
lovely, young, radiant waistcoats and hobby. I.l .
grey, grey
bride wearing virginal white entered I
trousena. Marion Wiggins
the church auditorium on Out.of-town guests in addition 4 .
the arm of her stepfather, CUlt as best Richmond man. Uhers Norman were to memberu of the bridal party l 4Lp
Pugh ,
Baker who gave her in marriage. brother of the bride, I were the bride's grandfather, Mr.Tlllman '"''.1' ., .
Fragile embroidered chiffon of Qultman, Ga., James
Starke and David Foster.
which emphasized the beauty of ior ushers were Clifford Beavers and daughter, Jacque- Maxie Lopez Jr., and Janet L. daddy, Charles 1'1. Lopez. They
the bride used for the formal line of Atlanta; Mrs. James better known M I
was Edwards, nephew of the Lopez, as a x e visited some of the Out Islands
wedding gown. The scooped Leak and daughter, Judy of and Janet Sands, 4610 8W 28th I
John Dillard Jr. and Harold and had a lovely time. They returned
neckline and cap sleeves of the lard, special friends Gary and from Ft. Pierce, Mrs. St., Hyde Park, spent the sum-
fitted bodice were accented by the bride. They young lit candles Ivory Moore and Mrs. Hattie mer in Nassau with their grand: homo on Aug. 23.
scallops of chiffon. The floor Southern
both pulpit area and pew .
length bouffant shift worn over kets. Clay Leak of Gary
hoops featured a back panel of I as a special usher Marque
six tiers of chiffon ruffles end- cent Jonoa, small copy of Williams
Williams BUILT HOMESSold
Ing in a chapel train. A pearl senior usher was the ring
tiara held her 3.4 length French er.I .
net veil. Long chiffon mitts and MarriageMiss 35 already-Demand so great
white nUn pumps completed the I The newly-wedded couple Altamese Williams and
ensemble. The bride's jewelrywas ck ived felicitations George C. Williams were mar We have built more
a single short strand of following the ceremony in ried Saturday evening, Aug. 19
pearls She carried a white spacious vestibule of the at 6342 NW 14th court. The attendants See 3062 N.W. 60th Street
Bible covered with white orchids Mrs. Cliff Baker, mother of were Mrs. Lessle Darling

and showered with white satin bride and Mrs. John Ellis Grace and Jacob Frlnks, Jr. Open Sunday 12 noon to 5 p.m.
ribbons and stephanotis. I Williams, mother of the The ceremony was performed by
I stood at the head of the Rev. L. A. Thompson.
Ardenla Leak of Gary, Indiana ing line. Mrs. Baker was $1,000 CASH $100 PER MONTH
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college classmate and roommate tive in a maize chiffon -- -
of the bride, served as maid of '!I dress designed with a long -+-
honor. She wore a street-length I bodice of birred chiffon Quality
frock of taffeta.lined silk organza I 1 I floating back panels. Her Milton Rothman
In a tangerine shade, styled brimmed hat of maize panne PhotographyDONE
with a fitted bodice, round neck- i I vet and white silk BYJohnson 7287 S.W. 57th Avenue
line, cap sleeves and full skirt. I crown had a single white rose
The waist line was swathed in a trimming. Charming Mrs. k v M. Np
I Phones MO 7.2561 MO 6-8407
wide taffeta sash tied in a large llama wore ice blue lace or
back bow with skirt, free Cowing matching brocaded pumps. V
ends. Of matching tangerine mothers used white
color were her circular nose veil : and wore orchid corsages.
held by a half-bat of taffeta, her WVVN vWHY :;;;::::::: ::. :: :: .. ::::

satin pumps and short glorea. Over 200 guests attended PAY MORE FOR YOUR I II
She carried a colonial bouquetof reception beginning at 6 I
tangerine carnations with at the home of the bride AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE I
matching ribbons. Bridesmaidswere NW 47th st. The bride's
Jean Waller, Mrs. Joseph set up in the dining area IF YOU ARE A GOOD DRIVER? I
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lyn Small, Jacksonville. Their double ruffle separated by ,4 A ': Mobile Insurance Agency Inc.
ensembles of orange silk organ band of silver 4 ,
za matched that of the maid of lace. White satin bows 2255 N.W. 167th St. Opa Locka, Fla.

honor.bouquets Their flowers of yellow were carnation casCade four-tiered spaced about wedding the table cake top. of Miami Save $20 $30 $35 per year

with orange ribbons. All the familiar flgurinra of a Phone NA 4-8433-0pen 8t30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
senior maids wore crystal neck- dal couple. Refreshments 409 N.W. 17th Street Including Saturday

laces bride. and earrings, gifts of the served gifts were In the displayed garden.in I Phone FR 7-2294 I 10 2015 LIABILITY $69 to $76 PER YEAR

and In the ::
Junior bridesmaids were Ear- upstairs bedrooms

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA 29th AnniversaryMembers L >>

and friends of St.
PAGE 8 SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1961 Matthew AME Church will celebrate -
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the 29th anniversary of
the pastor, Rev. David Pridgen, FiwiY
from August 27 to September, 3. '
Sunday at 3 p.m. the services I
will be conducted by the Rev. E.
M. Thomas and congregation of OX 1.7959 N.W. 22d, Aye. & 69th St.
Mt. Calvary Baptist Church. ." .
During the week other pastors : ;
and their congregations will
servo each: night at 7:30. I 1
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FINDER ,. P.FMauM pa.mr *


nOSE MARY IlAlinTK, the out a week ago and few left for .
pttlte snack bar specialist at Ml her i other two nights. Teenagers :
Bowling Alley, Is in all amlles. : wit 1 get a special matinee Sun
It cou'd easily be the engage- day Aug. 27 at 4 p.m. You
in<:?nt: ting ".. Kathleen Basden ;won/t believe that.this is the .
(the former Mrs. Thomas Moss) tame spot" 'that couldn't{ draw ?f \
returned from New York last. enough for local talent entertainment *
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week to give up her physical ed. I and Clyde's short time ....':.'. .
Instruction position with Dade ; has given you the tops In today's I
County school. It's social work 'entertainment world and continues F Chase
for her In Manhattan. Good I to get better. Congrats.
luck Kathy Mae Hampton ID away yourtroubles : '
) Steward was home for a brief AUGUST SEPIA Magazine's with
unpleasant visit last week. Her special, colorful issue on 4:
father Is 111 (she resides in Or "Baha'i World Faith" Is grand. z + MR. FUN ON

1 ;ando) If you recall the late1 Capt Jas.E. THE RUN!
Scott, his contributions to I
a awxr o wseAnn TECHNICOLOR'
STEVE IIOLLE was seen in this Faith were great. Miss Olive
these parts last week. Word Is I Alexander, Louise Taylor, Al- HYOEWHITE-RUlHEKfORD MISSDIAHAOORS( PANAVISION!, 4 4roMod
around that a Job in the WPB lene Guinyard, Alice Evans are / b.Ngc ICSE andd. h I UUt. 9 eu 'wrsM bf.JYCI I SI W L&U$i UBII
police force Is pending members, also George Savitt, .SA. .IW w. .r.-
Marvalena Adderley is mailing author of "Phil Oseofer" which The Week of ------1 '- PLUSSUNDAY -
Invites to her September nuptial appears in this sheet. He is seen sponsored by the
date. Clyde Smith, the former I in one of the photos Betty Board of Ebenezer. Methodist i r 1 .. ;
Northwestern graduate (should Walker head of publicity for J I AlFRED'HrrCHCOCWSHI
I Church in honor "of Retf A: D.
finish Columbia U. soon) is the Martin Memorial A M E Church Hall, culminated Sunday, Aug. I [ M !fKINS
lucky one By the time this Woman's Day program which JUDGIIIIl! mRIKI scm'EXCIJIMOOI
sheet la Inked by bro-in-law, Mrs. Prince Hepburn is chair 20.The various auxiliaries of the h ;iEiiis1aaa
Ellis Adderley and wife Era, man, are busy as can be makingit church carried out a very Inspiring i I ;: MI S I

should be home from IndianaU a gala event. program for the week, .....:..:...:../:.:.... i"t
where Ellis receives his mas- and the affair was quite a sue-i lUi
ters degree this week Ethel SOME PEOPLE are saying ,, cess. Each one showed deep ap- 1' J 1"( !!..
Tucker, the pretty Alabaman is the raid, or better called the precatlon for the progressive
residing in Ooulds. Now I know early closing of the Hampton and untfrlng leader in a tang ':
why a certain lad is In smiles House was promoted ''by Jealous I ible way. I i : ti I IN11E0 tIf
? ? ? Lamar Smith, former bar- .. __ .. ,
competitors. We know this is ft.1lM! .I. ''h a Inrdathlbd $ 1{ :.
Under at the King 0' Hearts is one of the finest places in town. 11pi'mx 1 MANO a malm jWJJ p1N1iItE s:. '.':.:: (fmlJl
assistant manager at Tiny's Bar, They say the prices are too ,
opposite Seaboard RR station. high. Hal Why not look at It this
The formerly all white spot way. You pay a dollar to go Into I
Gregg IIamm opened. other places, pay for a table, WEDNESDAY
added to this is your purchases. -w. -
CLEO FRUITT is managing"The At other night clubs prices go i ,
New that's up after 8 p.m. Now tab that. POSSESSED!
what they call it, on 3rd ave.,. between Dig what you get, see a
13th and 14th st. It's a show and enjoy the environ \.
real cool one Marva Pleze, a ment and entertainment on
Junior at FAMU is anxious to get same level as top rated night
back to the hills Mataile clubs and you'll really say it's y
Grant !ia back to the old location worth more.FRANCIS : w

formerly Mae's Beauty UNA
Chest. Ernestine Holland has SCHOEFIELD is
tagged the location Steen's making plans for a northern JUttERJ % liii
Beauty Sa'on.' Phone is the mercer and matrimony Barbara % 0 q gTNE
same OX 1-7271 Louise Spates and Milton Flem-
McDew is vacationing in New ming's reception, recently, on the J LIMBM&
York I received a post card root of the Carver etlll ringing NJA80N IIIft3
tagged "Coney, Island" label, bells At Shaddle's Tavern s
wish you were here, Olive Ware, John "Chef" Grant specializes
Gloria Edwards, Pat and Bobby In conch salad and fritters. He
Hunt. has made many friends with his
"home cooked" food and specialty The Usher' Union Association
THE POLICE Benevolent Association dishes. will meet at Mt. Calvary Baptist I
Sgt. J. L. Nash, president I Church, 1612 NW 6th Ct.,
'throws" its 17th annual AUGUST RIRTHDAYS: 25Uif Sunday, Aug. 27 at 3 p.m. The
comp shindig 1n Bayfront Park Calvin Owens, E. Hadley; 26, program will be between Mt. I
auditorium Sept. 15. Invites are Samuel D. Wright; 27, Rutha Zion Seniors and Mt. Calvary'
a.ready In the mailbag Adams, Gwendolyn S. Cherry; Seniors. The president is asking
Dinah Washington, Queen ot'' 28, Nathaniel Townsel, Thelma all members to be out and on
The Blues, opens her three day I North; 29, William Lynch and time. PLUS -
appearance at Clyde Klllena congrats to the Alexander W. The Association will celebrate
popular Knight Beat tonlte and I Brooks (anniversary) ; 31, Vincent Its 29th annual program, \Sept.
Saturday. Reservations were sold Herout, Charlie Nealy. 17 at 3 p.m. at St. Mary's C. M.
Church. A unique program will iTCllVMOBhllf1YERLiiIIYEN
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be rendered. Watch for later an ,

Bowl For Fun! nouncements.David Hudson, president r 1 I L'I /
Dorothy Major, reporterRev. 116+

Bowl For Health! Thomas, pastor> ''I 'Vi': !

Bowl For 'Pleasure! Archie and Debris Taylor \ '

COME OUT TO THE (he's with the Duke Jenkln's
orch at Eden Roc) celebrate
their 7th anniversary today, Buck#jks"t A Z', { ,
Aug. 25. Congrats Julius
W1'Ouvan."II! TH Am
Ml BOWLING LANESAnd (School Boy) Wilson is beddedIn _St.t '"
Jackson Hospital. He shouldbe
home by Saturday.

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PAGE 9 Mr. and Mrs. Albert Doyle
and family have returned from a
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKContinued trip to Tallahassee where they sal
attended the funeral of a relative i ,;
from: page 1 Mrs. Onelta E. Doyle Col ,
Her who died Friday, August 11 i
tences of one to five.years for,live of the defendants and and was buried August 16. She : {
fines of $500 each for the other two. The charge was was a former teacher and a reel. r1Vi
conspiring to commit burglary*and- to receive and conceal She dent moved of Miami to for Tallahassee many years., resuming +*YN b'q-t
: stolen property. her career and served as
principal In Quincy also retiring
Ground was broken on August 16 in Park later Mrs. Collier is survived by
Bayfront her husband, Rev. J, C. Collier, ___
for the erection of a bust of Ruben Dario, world renowned a brother. Albert, sister Dorothea _
Nicaraguan poet, as a gift of the people of Nicaragua to D. Taylor, three nephews, ", va
the City of Miami.Dedication John A. Doyle Edward W.
Doyle, Albert N. Doyle.
of the monument has been set for August
30. The bust, which will face Biscayne Boulevard and
N.E. First St., was made out of volcanic rock from 'Nicaragua Demeek Moncur who has '1a
by that country's: famed sculptress Edith Gron. been on a two weeks vacation, p" '1II
: The base of'the structure will be a solid one-piece. seven- visiting relatives and friends In
Miami will return to Nassau, ,
foot column of native .Florida t w
; keystone. Sunday afternoon. He Is the
house guest of his
sister, Mrs.
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Limbo Contest with the prize--A FREE trip to .
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Free Conch Salad LYDE KILLENS Say
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The Sensational Grand HEAR HIM SING

Carlo Clarke, jour congenial hostrr.T1 \very good, at tables all of for Dinah's latecomers I There'll Come a Day" "Just A Uttle Love" ". P
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ST. PAUL A. M. E. The pastor wishes to remind

." everyone that the budget rally
: Rev M. J. Fayson, pastor will terminate Sunday night.
.' \\ : '. .. Mrs. Lee Cray, reporter Everyone Is expected to do their
Sunday School . . 9:30: duty. Don't forget to visit the
Morning worqbjp . 11:00 sick and abut-in.
Evening worship . 7:30 -

With Rev. Ira Fayson, .brother State TeaThe
of our pastor bringing us the
d morning message, everyone was Episcopal Churchwomenof
spiritually fed Sunday afternoonthe the Church of the Incarnation
junior stewards sponsored a invites you to their annual
very spicy program and they State Tea Sunday August 27, at
wish to thank everyone who 4 p.m. on the beautiful lawn of
helped them to make their program the Range Funeral Home. A pro-
a success. With the pas.Rccompanylng- gram that will hold your atten

.. tion every minute has been
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST him, the revival closed Sunday planned especially for this occasion.

1571 N.W. 68th Terrace THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA night with a soul stirring mes I Plan to attend.

Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor sage. The M, ,J. Fayson Club Mrs. Levi Johnson is presidentand
PAGE 10 SATURDAY AUGUST 26 1961 sponsored an after service
Deacon Fred Williams reporter program Mrs. Oscar W, Weaver Jr.,
Sunday School . . 9:30 It was enjoyed by all. Sec: Prom.

Morning worship . 11:00 ..
Evening worship . . 7:30 Kelly's 'Chapel Woman's Day at ",..

There will be a sale at the
Million Dollar Zion Hill BaptistOn
home of Alpheus Johnson, 7160
NW 19th ave., Saturday August
27 the Zion NOW
WeddingAmid Sunday, August
26. Come one, come all.
11111 Baptist Church is celebrating -

The fourth annual Men's Day palms, shrubs of varied its second annual Woman's
will be observed Sunday, Aug. sues, roses and gladioli youth of Day program. There will be
27. Rev. James E. Brown, pastorof our community participated In a many outstanding women of this.I. I
New Hope Baptist Church delightful program before a
will be our morning speaker.Rev. arfee appreciative audience exnlblting 3 LOCATIONS
1 Brown is a dynamic preacher exceptional talent in
and has done anoutstanding their renditions on Thursday
Job in the Liberty City area. Wt dvenlng, Aug. 17, at Kelly's
are very pleased; to have him Jhapel Methodist Church.

on program. This activity 'sponsored by the
Methodist Youth Fellowship, was TO SERVE YOU

a followup of the unit, "Know-
ing Other Denominations," by a ,P

cringing youth of many denomlitlons Y t 'Yntr ,,.
"fG together demonstratingthat .p fr
all of us can work together


Opening .spiritual numbers
were sung by Mt. Hermon AME

Junior Choir, ''Esther McNneil, 4".n r :- : :
4 pianist. I .Y ?' 'r-

Before the wedding ceremony r '
beautiful renditions af familiar
!! 'c numbers were given as vocal or
Instrumental solos by Diane Reid,
Rodney Thompson, and Mrs. '
Rachel Pratt. 'li1i1iiffTffff
The lovely, demure, bride, Ale- '. SC-w1 tr.tf UWr. Wa
gerla Prince, in a billowy white,
silk organza, waltz length shirred ,

bodice gown topped with a city on program. The morning ,, ,
short three quarter length sleeve speaker is Evangelist Maggie M. '
jacket of the eame material accepted Green. The evening speaker will .ff .
her handsome groom, ,be Mrs. L. E. Thomas of Mt. a a. ,
------ :Franklin Brown, for 60 secondsof Sinai Baptist Church. The public
matrimonial bliss in a ceremony is Invited.KVANGKLIST.
G. LAUODA Cba.1nnanlJtn' Opa Locka
performed by Oscar Pol _
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Day ProgramThe lock, the minister.
2530 Service Road MU
evening program will be Marie Cohen in blue lace and 8.3311
worthwhile and very interestIng taffeta served as maid of honor
with choruses furnishing a while Carver Gabriel filled the
musical program. This is the position of best man Liberty City

feature that should not be miss Sweet, little flower girls in t: 6942 N.W. 15th Ave. OX 1-7661
ed. pink and white were Donna Reed,
Deacon O. Laroda is chairman Vickie Royals, Colleen and Be-
and Bro. Boyd is co-chairman of nitha Rolling and Esther Marie Homestead
I this delightful and spiritual Prince. .

I Men's Day program.. 'Michael Prince, little brotherof 447 S.W. 7th Ave. CI 7-9771
the bride, was ring bearer. ,
2ND ST. LUKE M. B. Charming, attractive brides- 1 } 4
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maids in an array of pastel --- ..-----
8261 NW 61st Terrace gowns with matching accessories

Rev. James C. Nelson, pastor carrying bouquets of flowers Complete
were Roslta Butler, Judy Thomas understanding and sincere service to
Sunday School . . 9:30: Dorothy Ross, Elizabeth s a
Morning worship . "11:00 Banks, Oanella; White, Mattie .x families of all financial means are cardinal rules at

Evening worship . . 7:30 Heath, Dorothy McGhaney\ May the House of
What would you give in exchange Linda Jones, Wllla Turner,
for your soul? Mary Crumbly, and Lee Faniel.
Appropriately attired in dark The BEST needn't
A soul saving revival meetingwill suits with proper accessories and x s"w cost more. The question of
begin August 28 through boutonnieres of white quality needn't
gardenias, I be price. We give the
Sept 1. Services will 'begin at 8 as were the groom and best man MAGGIE GREEN same unstinting
Everyone Is invited to come and were Charles Dawkins, William service and
be helped in these great services. Dukes, Cecil Pratt, Roscoe Ellis, The program will be held at personal attention to every bereaved
The Rev. Essex will ,be the the Floral Heights auditorium at
Genie family
Fennie, Leroy Boone, regardless of the
5120 NW 24th amount
speaker for the entire week. Henry Williams, Jackie Faniel, ave. spent.

Bernard Gabriel, Rodney Thompson -
and Henry Mitchell. ST. MARY'S C. W. M.
4 The weeping, elegantly attired Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor Complete Funerals
Rev. P. W. Williams pastor mother, Gall Hill, was accompanied Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter

Mrs. Burnesta Green, reporter by the proud father, Sunday School . . 9:45
I Sunday School . . 9:30 Dwight Williams who gave the Morning worship . 11:00
Morning Worship . 11:00 bride away. Evening worship . . 7:30
BTU . . . . 5:30I School from $150
I Sunday was opened
Sandra Fox, golden voiced wedding

Evening Worship . . 7:00 with
I I soloist, rendered "Because" a quotation by Miss Sher-
Sunday, August 27 is Tag Day and "Rosary" during the cere wine Brown. Rev. H. V. Steward
revived the lesson ....-.. ....
sponsored by the junior choir in mony accompanied by Marsha ----
behalf of the ,building fund each McIver who was pianist for the Morning worship was led by
member is asked to buy a tag. evening.The Rev. Steward. He preached as Your Social Security
Your cooperation la expected.The never before and everyone enjoyed can bury you. Call us for
M. Y. F. officers along his sermon. No. 1 choir. further information
Day committee with our pastor are very grate One joined the Christian faml;y.
meetings will be held on Tues ful to the
pastors, youth workers Evening worship was led by
day. night after prayer meeting.Mrs. the youth people, their pa- the pastor. lie preached from
chairman.Annie B. Sullivan general rents and others in Miami for the 138th Psalm and 3rd verse
the exceptionally great support Everyone was blessed. No. 2
which they gave us in this ef choir furnished music with Mrs.

LIBERTY CITY LUTHERAN fort. McFord at the organ. A. Carey, ':111 .Y Lr. ,
Elizabeth Banks president director. No. 1 ushers served. ... v Y.WY AMM
Sunday School will be held 2 Rev Leroy Dell pastor There will be a dinner sale at A
p.m. In the Carver YMCA. the church hall Saturday 1607 y
NW 5th court. Dinners will be
The Rev. John Dede will speak BAHA'I FAITHThe ready at 12 o'clock. Donation of '.5z.::::. --a:;
on the subject "Fear Not" In the $1.00. ..
worship services at 3 p.m. The women are getting ready
Bahal's of Miami will pre for Woman's Day. Mrs. Bertha
Special prayers of thanksgiving sent their regular weekly discussion Adderly, chairman, Mrs. Doro--
will be offered by the Liberty at the Baha'l Center, 137 thy Major co-chairman.
City congregation on the occasion NW llth Ave., 8 p.m. Sunday .
of the fourth anniversary Aug. 27. The subject of this discussion
of their sister congregation. Good will be: "Mount Carmel MIAMI TIMES ADSDON'T LESTER C. ALBERT. Funeral Director
Shepherd Lutheran Church Fort The[ Holy Mountain." The pubic 6942 N.W. 15lh Av.nu. OX 1-7S81
Lauderdale. Is cordially invited to attend. COST THEY PAY


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Nat'l Prayer 'Minute' Sept. 3 Receives From
SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1961 PAGE 11 Reply

Senator HollandMr.
The member churches of the ,
National Baptist Convention, Praised For Civilian Defense Work B. Bayard Stroll, presidentof
Inc., are asked to spend "One TEMPLE BAPTIST the Greater Miami Chapter,

Minute" In prayer for the unityof -. ., ......' "C American Association! for the
Rer. L. A. Thompson pastor ) ,--j -
\ .'f. .
;, .
UN announced that to
our convention. i Sunday Sohool ..........._..._... 9:30: < .: : "" 1f'' ) .' a reply
Each pastor Is asked to lead Morning Worship .........._... 11:00 Il" ) A4 '" '1s-.' ''' \ ,.1); '. the chapter's resolution on the
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I Berlin crisis had been received
his congregation In a minute of Evening Worship ._............... 7:36 '!IL H : \:'11'.i. : ,i>", '

prayer on Sunday, Sept. 3, 1961 B.The T. U. ............................... 6:31: "","'I' 'fJ"!" i'<"'i> ".";' ..: ,,.J\Ii YI\t"\\!" yS The from Senator Senator rpelled Spessard, "In Holland.view of
numlber two choir will 'jr >
'ij "
during the morning worship : I ..:..".:r;J.! ".1 <\'! i la' the this
sponsor its ibaby contest Sundayat ...'"\, ,,r \ \ ; great Importance of alt
at time when most of the mem- -;. :. .
a 'I. ,
"'i uatlon
; \ fJk to the security of the
3:30 \ ,
Six kiddies :
p.m. are par ,;' ,\ ,
for the largest /
berg are ', "
free world of the thata
and fact
ticipants in the contest and each I
possible.The : SS' ; ".tY'
participation I iJI.
one expects to be the winner. A ,'"1iI'. Russian veto could upset any
I i decision on the question that
following prayer is suggested pity program is being preparedfor -
that it might be reproduced the occasion. Come and see s4 the United States might reach, I
churches : how :' ,' ,: feel that the president should be
in the bulletins of they run. .
who will participate: Brother T. Bontvy, chairmanof 'i' Y t\\ .'" .. given a free hand and empowered -
the Trustee Board and president :,::\ "' ___ ..... :;. to take any unilateral action
Heavenly Father, '" :' that may be required to protect
God ;
O our of the Brotherhood, was the .. ;;;. "J.
whose Son Jesus Christ is our recipient of the Award of Recognition ".'.';,...,!' \; :.'.''. lil our own Interests" and those of
Lord and Savior, hear us we for Long and Faithful r friendly nations.

led to .. ,. .. .. ., ... .. .
pray: Thou who hast us Service to the church on Men's ,\ .1::: : -
in the doctrine of 0 a e 'Jo. ,.
believe .. .. ; ;
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Day.Parents :;: .:
Lord. One Faith and One Bap are asked to cooper FOR SALELUXURY

tism; lead us now to believe in ate with the superintendent, 4:' 'I tY
a spirit of oneness in our great Mrs. A. Newbold, and see that HOMES
National Convention. Help us to the children meet her 6 p.m.

surrender pride, eelfishess and Tuesday at the Church to pre 'own payment on your lot
ambition until we find unity in pare for Promotion Day. or home
Thee. In Jesus' name we pray. Sunday services will be as
Amen. usual Open Sun. 3.5 p.m.

ST. JAMSB AME CHURCH Men's Day At .' ". 1430 NW 59th St.

.Rev. H. McNeal Harris, pastor.Mre. Mt. Hermon AME .",1' 2161 NW 59th St.

Sadie F Dean reporter ," \\ .
Sunday School ISO Sunday, August 27 la Men's ',"" .;( ;: ", 1426 NW 58th Ter.

Morning worship 11:00 Day at Mt. Hermon. All eyes are
Edward Green the 1232 NW 55th
Sunday, August 27 is Youth upon Bros. St.
I chairman and Willie Glowers; the
Day. Services will be in the following
chairman .,,' 3 bedroom 2 baths
order: garage,
The members of Mt. Hermon n ,1
Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. Florida room kitchen all
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!gave promised to back these two "
Mrs. Margaret Reynolds Supt. : : ". + electric.
fine young men in making this, Y
11 a.m., music Youth Choir.
Sermon by the pastor, special our 4th Men's Day, the greatest "L _Corner loU for tale terms

for Youth Day, "Gimme." that we have ever: __had.____ .-.,
service at 7 We build on lot
Evening p.m. Metro Safety Director, ThomasJ. of sergeant upon her as shown your
Music by the Gospel Chorus. Kelly, who Is responsible for in this photograph taken in his NO MONEY DOWN
Schoo 1 annual
The Sunday the safety of Dade County residents office.
outing will 'be observed Satur Cash paid for lot
as well & director of Civil your
day, August 26. Parents are reQuested Defense in 13 adjoining counties Sheriff Thomas J. Kelly con.
children at gratulatcs Daisy Knowlcs and BARON
to have the h '
+ of Florida feels that the present
the church by 7:30: a.m., from : Berlin crisis and the Cuban up Lynda Rowley upon their pro JH 8-1340 JB 04843
I motion in Civil Defense Auxiliary
where they will be transported
heaval are responsible for the
Police. Absent on vacationwas
to Virginia Beach.
increased interest in local Civil
Our Women's Day observanceis Sgt Marie Wellman, who
Defense activities
now in progress. Mesdames was promoted to lIeutenatn and MIAMI TIMES ADS

Ethel Once general chairman Mrs. Charles L. Knowlea of also appointed a Metro special

Martha Nicholson, co-chairman. 2200 Golden Glades Drive, haS deputy DON'T COST THEY PAY
Termination day, Sunday, October been active for more than two I

16. years In C. D. Police Auxiliary
efforts, despite the fact that fcho
is a busy secretary and the
MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. mother of two children. Her Announcing The ReOpeningOf

daughter, Darlene, a majoretteat
E. M. Thomas, pastor
North Dado Junior High The Former
Phyllis Myers, reporter
Sunday School . . 9:30 School recently won a trophy for MAE'S BEAUTY CHESTSTEEN'S
Morning Service . .i 11:00 creative writing and excels in

DTU . . . . 5:30: dramatics while her son Frank,
Evening Service . . 7:00: 8 years of age Is quite proficient. BEAUTY SALON
in arts and crafts and her husband
Sunday morning in the absence
is an avid sports fan. The
of our pastor our assistant IlllO. WILLIE CLOVERSWe Knowles are a quiet family, en Ernestine Swain Holland, Prop.
pastor, Rev. Stephens, conduct will begin In Sunday Joying each others company and
ed the service. School with all men in complete attend the Church of the Trans Matalie Grant, Manager Operator

Sunday night everyone was contact and at 11 o'clock the figuration. Yvette Mikel) Operator
very delighted to hear Rer. Rev. Dr. J. A. Roberts, presiding ,
Pridgen from Matthew Temple, elder of the Miami district of However despite her busy 6833 N.W. 16th AVE. OX 1.7271

render the message. His topic the AME Church, will bring the schedule Mrs. Knowles found
was taken from I Kings 18:39.: message. Rev. Roberts i la one of time to act as a guide at the recent -
The sick members are: Sisters the historic leaders of African public C. D. demonstration
Hook, Jackson Deacon Nelson Methodism and he is sure to All held at North Side and Perrlue
Bro. Oliver Bro. Perkins Bro. the audience with a refreshing Shopping Centers. Such participation TURNER'S KINDERGARTEN
Bush and Bro. Johnson.. representative of the

message._.I- __...__.....--! .,.. true American spirit and Metro 7168 NW,16th Avenue
Safety Director praised Daisy
SALTERS CHAPEL A.M.E.Rev. Knowles for her continuous dedicated Is Now Open For RegistrationPICK
efforts in behalf of Civil
H. J .Benson, pastor
Defense by bestowisg the rank
N.W. 48th St. and 27th Ave.

You are cordially invited to #" '#" ####'#'###IIIII1THE I Efficient Dietitian and Trained TeachersFor
attend the recital of the year. A
musical recital and tea to be J. F. DEAL STUDIOS Information Call

presented at Salter's Chapel
AME Church, 27th ave. and 48th 307 N.W. 2nd Avenue OX 1.6772-REV. O. E. TURNER

at., on Sunday, Aug. 26 from 4 x A28
to 6 p.m. All of the participatnts Al R In starting another

are young boys and girls who GIRLS BEAUTY CONTEST
are taking either piano or voice _: - ,
under J. J. Loney. The participants '
loiter by having two 8110 portraits ENROLL
will come from all area NOW INPERRY'S
made. A third It made for
of the city. Miss Delores Lener
will be the featured artist. We the Beauty Hoard. DEBBIE FLAYLAND

have been honored to discoverher NURSERY SCHOOL
Phone FR 4-3034 AND
wonderful talent. Please attend

and observe her magic fingering 1IIIIII###" ##'# ### ### KINDERGARTENUNDER
on the keyboard, along
with others. It will provide encouragement
for these talented

youth and an afternoon of enjoyment ILf See t h eworld's

ad entertainment. :::" .r. ___
Clara Mae Alexander, great
IinO. EDW AnD GREEN'Sundar r
Sponsor healer And
night at 7 o'clock our
guest speaker la Dean David H. teacher.
Christian Service Dobbs of the Northwestern Cen

ter of the Junior CoUege of Ml If you are tick
Prayer FellowshipThe ami. Prof. Dobbs is a dynamic
person and be is euro to thrillus and worrieddon't
Christian Service Prayer with his delivery.The S
fall to tee
Fellowship meets every Sunday men have also promised

afternoon at 3:30 at the home of refreshing afternoon when me. Dally OiOO
the founder and director Rich a I
ard McGbaney 2270 NW 153rd they will entertain us with manyof a.m. to 0 p.m.. fit. Iatt. S and 0.

St., Opa Locka. The Fellowship the male chorus from around Blessed are the peace maker for
will bold a reunion party on town. There will also be refreshments
Thursday, August 31 a 7 p.m. served. We expect to see they shall bo called the children
at the same place. All members little churchin of God. TRACED GUIDANCEFor
the biggest
are urged to be present. The you at Information 4800 N.W. 24th Court
public, is invited. town, Aug. 27. 1959 N.W. 69th St.
James H. Payne Is president; Phone NE 4-8315 or NE 6-8052

Miss Patricia Williams, reporter; IEV. JOSIAH McINTOSH MllS. IONA FERRY, SUPERVISORtJ

Richard H. McGbaney, founder THE NAACP!
JOIN - ;:-::::::.. :;:-.;:'-..;:' -
and director.

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PAGE 12 SATURDAY, AUGUST, 26, 1961 family of the late, .DEA THS

_IL_ _"__ __ .......;a MRS. RHODES ...,
r "':'I"MO"L: .jf"' '"I :IiM!
kind words of
wishes to express
CARDS MEMORIALSI'r appreciation to their many Mrs. Ethel Moore Burke of
friends for the cards, flowers, 1356 '''NW 4th ave:, died Sunday

,, The family of the late 'telegrams, and donations given August 20. She is survived by
I'r -I" her husband, Mr. Wesley Burke
MRS. LAURETTA DEMERITTEof during our hour of bereavement.Mary ,

OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe Coconut Grove take this A. Mitchell, sisterJ \. three, daughters, Mrs, Jessie Harris -
Mrs. Eunice Kendirlck and
method of expressing thanks Noah
John, Thomas, Rufue\ ,
family of the late and appreciation to the many Willie James and ,Mrs., Cecellla Johnson!! a sister,
family of the late, ,
nEVI L. P. THOMAS friends who were so kind dur Richard, brothers ,,: :Mrs. Mattie Williams, five grand
ing its hours of bereavement. -if I.chi1aren,, 11 great grand children .

wishes to thank the many friends Thanks for your cards, letters, ,,and other relatives. Her

Tor kindnesses shown during the flowers, telegrams, cars, and all CARD OF THANKSThe body1 will be carried to Way-
recent Illness and death of its other kind gestures of .sympathy. cross, Ga., by the Fluker Funeral -

loved one. Thanks for your I Special thanks to her pastor, family of the late, !1 Home for burial Tuesday,
cardis, letters telegrams, flowers! and the Bethel Williams Funeral MRS. MARTHA GREEN i Aug. 29 at 3 p.m. Anyone wish.

cars and all other gestures of Home for its sympathetic and who departed this life August 9 ing to send condolences may do

sympathy. Again thanks to I efficient service. wishes to express sincere thanksto so in care of the Fluker Funeral

veryone for everything.Mrs. I Again, thanks to everyone for the many friends for kind Home, Waycross, Ga.

Ruby Neal Thomas everything. Your kindnesses will deeds and expressions during our

wife and family never be forgotten. bereavement and for the kind Richardson ,. "
I .
\ Eleazer Demeritte, husbandRev. and heartfelt words from the

i"' IN MEMORIAMIn I Richard H. Bethel and pastor of St. Paul AME Church Ella Sanders, 921 NW 2nd Ct.

Howard Bethel, sons and the gracious response of the died August 20. Mrs. SaundersIs

loving memory of our dear Mrs. Sarah Sands and choir and church.Mr. survived by a sister, Mrs.

mother, grandmother and sister, Mrs. Lillian Demeritte sisters, and Mrs. David Essie Mae Butts, of Eastman,

MRS. DAISY TURNER I 1 I Clark Sr. and children Ga., two nieces, Mrs. Lizzie Mae
BARRETT Givins and Mrs. Willie M. Wynn
) who departed this life August CARD OF THANKS both of Miami, a nephew, Hilton .
26, 1957. May she rest in peace IN MEMORIAMIn Coffee of Miami. Arrang-
and light perpetual shine upon The family of the late, ments are incomplete.

! her. loving memory of our be-
t The Kemp and Turner 'oved husband and father, Infant Butts, daughter of Mr.

Family and Mrs. James Butts of 22210

SW 115th St., died August 19.

MISS BENONA BRADLEYof I IN MEMORIAMIn Graveside services were held

August 24.
Sarasota, Florida, wish to ex sad but loving memory of
I \
press their sincere thanks and -..... _,.... ..._k ?jt w Fred Austin, 1841 NW 152nd
appreciation to all their very ,{yVxr ... V ; I 4 toA it,, died August 16.. He is eur-.,!
kind friends and neighbors for -C J vlved by his wife. Thelma, and
the kindness shown them dur- I t dv other relatives. Services were
ing their hour of bereavement.May I he d Monday, August 21 from

we express our spec'il' tt Matthew Zion AME Church.
thanks to members of Mt. Car t k

mel Baptist Church, and our + s tV Frank Brown Jr., 271 NW
many, many good friends and : v- 10th St., died August 21. lIe is
neighbors of 71st St. and 14th V 1j-I: survived by hIs parents Grave-

ave. To all who sent ,beautiful ode services were held Aug. 23.
flowers: cards and telegrams 4' 9 t

Holton-Seniors Funeral Home,

Sarasota, Fla. May God bless House of Albert .
you all. For here have we no

continuing city but we seek one
Rudolph Dennis of
to come. Hebrews 121.4: '
R32 NW 3rd died 14.
ave August
Rev. D. A, Bradley
And Family lie i Is survived by four brother
% Edward, Nat, Jack and Duke, 2
bsYWWF ki
l1 sisters. Mrs. Estelle Townsend
and Miss Frances Bradley
known andTurk" .,.. .,..... ; an
popularly as "Nooky -
In sad but loving memory of aunt, Mrs. Rev Glover. He was
my husband, takes this method of expressing FRANK GAINES sent to Daytona Beach for final
thanks and appreciation I
to the .many friends who who passed away August 25,

were so kind during its hours of 1960.
Mrs. Willie Ree Belcher of
.a h,1, We smile with the world yet
j < ,, bereavement. we never forgot 1435 NW 58th Terr., died in
s Thanks for your cards, letters, Magnolia Hospital August 22.
TONY ENOCH ROLLS For deep in our heart
telegrams, flowers, cars and all Her survivors include her hus
who died
August 26, 1959. You live with us yet.
Gone, but not forgotten. other kind gestures of sympathy. Mazie Gaines, wife band, James, parents, Mr. and
Special thanks to Mrs. Ltllle
Virginia Rolle, wife Ada M. Rawle, daughter Mrs. Will Alexander of Ft.
Mae Jones, Mrs. Olivia Simmons
Sam Rolle, father Lula Clark, daughter Gaines, Ga., five children and
Uncle Lawrence Saunders of
Olive Lambert, sister many more. She was sent to Ft.
Nassau, Bahamas and Mrs.
Vera Williams: sister Gaines, August 25 for burial.
Doris Bowles of New York City
James and Ronald, brothers ThanksI
Again, thanks to for
Edith Smith and Loretta dverythlng. everyone Infant Belcher, was stillborn

Rolle, daughters The Family wish to take this method to to Mr. and Mrs. Jamee Belcher

LirREV. Two granddaughters and thank the pastors. supervisors, of 1435 NW 58th Terr. Aug. 21,
One grandson members and friends of Florida -
for their cooperation in making 3250 NW

IN MEMORIAMIn In sad but loving memory of the 14th annual School of Wis 45th St. died while fishing, Aug.

our dear mother, wife, grand dom and YPE Band Conventionsuch 22, Ills survivors are his widow,

sad but loving memory of mother and sister, a great success. Meetings Mrs Jen tine Nicholas, a stepson,
our dear husband and father, I convened at the Triumph Churchin Leroy Walthour and a step-
t Ft. Lauderdale, 1533 NW daughter, Mrs. Lucy B. McMinn.
5th St., August 1620. Arrangements are Incomplete.

Your Humble Servant

H 7 1 1i Prince R. L. Williams, Francis
1 State Superintendent

WILLIE GAMBLEwho --I Charles Hopkins, 371 NW
departed this life August Range 16th st., died August 17. Ser-
p M vices will be held In St. Agnes
26 1960.
How, well he fell Mrs. Ethel Moore Burke of Episcopal Church August 29 at
asleep ,1Yb '
e 1356 NW 4th court died Sun. tl The
K a.m. 'body will be on view
The truest end of life is to know d
Life ends. day, Aug. '20. The body was In the chapel Monday afternoon
taken to Waycross, Ga. for ser until 11 p.m. Monday.
Good night good night we Tuesday
; aa
vices. She Is survived by her It will be In the church. Survivors
so often said, ibenneath this root
U husband, Wesley, a son, An-
are his wife, Laura, three
at midnight, in the days that are
drew Clark, three daughters
Mrs Esther
no and shall ,
more, no more return xj
Mesdames Jessie Harris, Cecella Isabel and Dorthy Hopkins

Thou hast but taken up thy Johnson and Iris Nicholson. three sons, Samuel, Derell and

lamp and gone to bed; I Calvin children., three' sisters, 12 grand-

I'll stay a little longer, as one Ezekiel Moncur of 15940 NW

stays, but I will see you in the 21st ave., died Aug. 20. He had
morning. REV. LEON B. FORBES been a resident of the Miami Alfred Ferguson of 916 NW

Sadly missed, who departed this life, August area since 1917. Service will 2nd court died August 18. Ser-

Gussie Gamble, wife 23, 1969. I be held Saturday at 10 a.m. in vices were held in the chapel on
Queen Martin, Servant of God well done. the Church of the Incarnation. August 23 Survivors are his

Lucille Lewis, foster Dghta. We loved you, but Jesus loved :--. -- --- -- He Is survived by his wife, Mrs. mother, Mrs. Alean Ferguson,
two sisters
best. and Arlene
Sleep on and take your refit.! ELSIE CURTISSwho Maude Moncur; three sons, Ferguson, two /brothers, James
CARD OF THANKS Mrs. Carrie Forbes wife departed this life August Kentwell, Bernard and Everette, and Maron Hawkins.
25, 1958. two grandsons, tour sisters,
I The family of the late Solomon Forbes, son She leaves to mourn: four brothers. Mr. Moncur Is
Verdell Forbes, daughter now in in the Stone .
MARJORIE SANDS MILLS Archie Curtiss, husband repose chapel. .

Berthrum L. Curtiss, son
wish to try through the e chan CARD OF THANKSThe Irving E. Curtiss, son Infant Boy Benson Of 255
nels to express their sincere Estelle Dorsett, sister $1,000 DOWN NW 21st St., died August 21. He

thanks and gratefulness to all of family of the late Elizabeth Tolllver, sister Open Sunday Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest

the frleends who came to our MR. GEORGE HARDEMON Aaron, Prince, Dove and Irunson
assistance during our hour of wishes to thank its neighborsand Hilton Bullard, brothers NEW HOMEIf

bereavement. friends for kindnesses
telegrams cards, floral shown its hours be- you are looking for something *
an4 guidance and prayers shallremain reavement. Thanks for your different in a 3bed.

with us forever. cards, letters, flowers, cars and sad but loving memory of room, 2 bath, Florida room, CLOCK REPAIRS

We say thanks to the Range all other kind gestures of sym- our dear son, garage, come to3011N.W.52ndSt.
Funeral Home, Salter's Chapel pathy. Special thanks to Rev. i>. JOHNNY SIMMONSwho Andrews' Jewelers

AME Church and pastor, Rev. S. Brown, pastor of Mt. Tabor departed this life, August 303
H. S. Brown, Order of Eastorn Baptist Church, the Range Funeral 23, 1959. 2nd Ave.

Stars Chaper 29 and the Home and the W. A, Gone but not forgotten .May I. GORDON All work guaranteci
Social Club for Chapman Board of Greater Beth
Brownsville he rest in peace. 40 Yar :
their kind thoughts and help. el. Again,' thanks to everyone Sadly missed by, 5-6870 In ButlntM

Thank you. for everything. Mrs. Bessie Murdock, mother tndf PR 30152THE

'J. R. Mill and Family The Family Apd Family

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to SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1961 PAGE;))13 ,

a Open Sept. 5thThe M ''W

Barrett-Kemp Land 0' .
Nod Kindergarten at 434 NW .,
21st st., announces Its fall ee- ..
master registration which is now Announcing the Opening of
going on. Parents may register
their children any week day <
from 7 a.m., until. The school 22nd AVENUE CLEANERS '
will open on Tuesday, Sept. 5. i
Qualified teachers, hot lunches
t .. and safe transportation are 5827 N.W. 22nd Ave. NE 5.7353
guaranteed by the school. For i

FOR RENT FOR SALE further information parents may DRY CLEANING, LAUNDRY AND HATS
call FR 36078.

FURNISHED Apartments. All FRIOIDAIRE refrigerator In Mrs. ELoise B. Kemp. who bas ONE DAY SERVICE
utilities furnished. $12.60 per good condition. Has large freezing had 20 years experience in kin
dergarten work, is the supervisor. HAROLD "CLE I"' SHARPE, PROP. AID
week. 620 NW 8th St., FR compartment. PL 9-3546. '
7-2902. Caretaker In Apt. 1. .
:or )0 --_-- : _
room cottages stove and re 801 NW 47th St. On double lot, State TeaThe
frigerator and water furnished. 3 ''bedroom, 2 baths, tHe roof. Episcopal Churchwomenof -- j- "
$10 weekly. 669 NW 8th St. FR Solar system. Selling for FIIA the Church of the Incarna
72902. approved at $16,000. PL 7.9684, tion invites you to their annual IS YOUR DRIVER'S LICENSE

agent. State Tea Sunday, August 27, at SUSPENDED
E. PICARD 4 p.m. on the beautiful lawn of
Rental Agency BAR FOR SALE. Reasonable the Range Funeral Home. A pro i Why wait up to six weeks to clear your record when

Rental Management collections real; property estate terms.74083. 921 NW 62n1 St. WI tion gram every that will minute hold your has atten been i we can clear you and have your driver's license back

1226 N.W. 3rd Ave., FR 7.2902 planned especially for this occa I in your wallet in ONE DAY at .

BUSINESS property for sale. sion. Plan to attend.
MALE Instructor, single look. 7th ave. business or professonal Mrs. Levi Johneon Is president Serv/ce-F/rsf/ Insurance Agency
Ing for a housemate. Anyone Interested
location ook to the near
In sharing a lovely ture. Near main Bonded Collection t 3497 N.W. 7th Avenue NE 5-6355
house in Richmond Heights. Call Agency. CBS building. Size I and 16300 N.W. 27th Avenue NA 4.6612
PL 1.7148. Reasonable. NEWApartments
36x16. Lot 50 x 113. Ample Open Saturdays until 3 p.m.
parking rear of bldg. Reasonable
CORNER ROOM cool comfort. Priced .
down payment. right,
able private i entranee.- 1700 NW good terms. 4208 NW 7th*ave. I!' .. ._.... ::: = =::: = ...!:! ::: :_ ,.,.. T
68th St. OX 11877.
PL 1.7889 or PL 95221.

gas, water and electricity. 4190 2941 NW 70th Terr. CBS furnished

NW 32nd ave. Indf floors. Fenced 2 bedroom.yard. $800 Hardwood down Hardwood Floors WHY ''PAY' RENT? SEE THIS

APARTMENT. One bodroom, F74. a month pays all. $10,800 HOME!
Beautiful Kitchens
total. FHA. No qualifying. OX
4190 NW Und ave. Indf

61302. A26 Beautiful Bathroomswith Distress Case. $400 DownNo
3 ROOMS and bath. Duplex.
Water is furnished. $12.60 week. PROPERTY FOR SALE. Desirable ( showers)

ly. Call E. Picard Rental Agency.. 25 foot business lot. Pem closing cost. Only $69 a month-one mortgage
40th and Location
broke Rd. between Quiet
FR 7-2902.
42nd aves. Carver Ranches. Reaonable CBS, Tile Roof, Carporte
terms. S. Slavin PL .
HOUSE. 1811% NW 6th court. 83653. 82 GORGEOUS 3-BEDROOM CBS
Low rate, partly furnished. Information See at
next door. Two baths, lovely corner, $500 down one mort
TV NOT WORKING Free estimate
DUPLEX If you live In Liberty City' 754 N.W. 70th St. gage. Tile roof. Convenient to everything. Don't
APT. Large 2 bed. or Brownsville, we will repairm miss this
room, beautiful inside and out.
Rowinc one.LEGAL
credit. Pay weekly. Phone HI 4.3673 REALTYMU
1128 NW 76th st. Adults only. TV. 6952 NW 18th Ave. OX

Call PL 72726. 1.9426. Indf Or King Cole Apt. 8.3923 PL 8.0290

At 6501 6511 6541
house. 1961 NW 66th St. NE -
WANTEDTwo = .. ::: = = ::: ff'.J
::: ;;::: ::: :::
3-6203 FR 94922.
N.W. 12th Ave. "....--
experienced beauty
3 BEDROOM House. 3094 NW ; Good opportunity operators for -"'..- .- -.-.......... 4
61st Terr. Mr. Jordan NE
49925. right person Lillian's Beauty It' ,
Shop 1136 NW 3rd ave. FR
NICE 1-9181 or CE 6.4677. : \
bedroom apt. In Opa Get Happy Buy Today f1t'j' .
Locka area. Reasonable ratee.
? BEAUTY operators. Call nightE ; "A"If" ta 1Itr
Call NE 4-0500 or OX 1-5453. \ 4.7200, day OX 19541. Open Sunday r' "W'0"' .: y ;.""' '

FURNISHED Apt. 64th St. area. ELDERLY LADY to take care 1221 N.W. 50th St. I ,Me.! .... R ii, I;., ."<
Free unties: .
reasonable rates. .
it baby In exchange for ..".. --
young ,. r L.
move right in. NE 40600. ..
oom and board. Small salary j Opposite Manor Park Pool ...:J IJ '.
NE 3992R. Mrs. Monroe.OOINO .. ; .
.. 1<."
dunlex "!
FOUR APTS. Just decorated. Extra large ) !":

Reasonable, utilities Included. TO WASHINGTON"Man centrally air conditioned ,

Mr.1488.90 Glick."NICE NW. 69th st. FR 1.6600. woman or student to and heat. One side furniOi-

"elp drive '57 Plymouth to Wahngton ed. Price reduced $5,000.
D.C. Sent 2. Call PL
Partly furnished apt. Rug, 1-9624. 1369 NW 68th Terr. Make your own terms. MR. BUSINESSMAN
air conditioner electric kitchen.
Leo Blatch
Adults only. 1384 NW 54th St Valuable commercial building available at the

HOUSE 7142 NW 16th Ct. Nice. Bethany Seventh Day 1095 N.W. 50th St' reduced price of $20,000

quiet neighborhood. Day FR Location 5180 and 5182 N.W. 17th Ave.
1-9797 night NE 41886. Adventist Kindergarten Nicest comer property in :

I. i r-. Announce mH mtlon at school Manor Park area, donM<* Size of building 50 x 75

LOVELY small. ) house $20 awrek. office corner lot 96x130 heau'14'"l Lot size 50 x 110
Will apply rent to pur 0 tt.m. 12 m, rash day lv landscned l fenced in

chase price. Own your home, no No. -4074,1A yard, fruit 'ref'*, sprinkler Yearly income $3,000
down *" than to seven accepted
payment. NE 5-5568. ?
i Meal, fmnnportntlon provide" vstem, 2 IWroom CBS, SEE PERCY L. JOHNSON

T.OWEfrr PENT: In Town. 1 and "r.on"lb.l'of1 core and tciwhln Fla. room, FHA terms. Phone HI 6-0334
for child In n church school 3781 Grand Avenue
2 rtrnoTn' Apt.. Adult onlr. f? vonr
week and up. :3200 NW 47th lit Ci\M PL 7-5701 evening: J. .... -,. -

'IndfJT "TNnF.nnA NOW OPEN 735 N.W. 49th St. ....., I I I I I I , . I I I I' I I 1 I

4100>ATtTMENT.NW :32nd Two aVA. bedroom hid flt.For MarV'worklnsr Kindergarten mothers, Greater Is now Beautiful... 2 bedroom CBS, HOMES FOR SALE :
on*'n thronrtinut the summer. *"R large rooms new

'FWINTSHED APT. Downtown.JK Snechl rates, clean wholesome 400 cash down. FHA
for child., Hot 1161 N.W. 49th Street
itmonpher your
: I
per NTJ t
vjeok. .0500.-'l'I terms.
m-a'ln. 11P servlr 1466
-, :...;;:. # rick
NW 63M Rt. Call OX 1-7656 or Open Sunday 1.6 p.m.
"LOVELY :3-bMrooTn hou!'e. Fla. '
OX a-1 R37.: A26
room JalnnMcrt' porch. Also !. 751 N.W. 48th St. 3 large bedrooms, utility room, Florida room,
bedroom hone $1B A W'M1c. Enclosed FHA small down payment
Tlht. DORA'S KinniK KO'T ROE garage.
water furnished. Call
'2220 NW filst St TU 9-6985 or'MU nerfstratlon h now going onAnt'ullt ? bedroom Cl3. Full sued NORTHWEST AREA
21 thru September 1. Enroll .. ;
1-5740. Indf rfini**" room. 2 FN, porrt s.
Information vour child call now.NA For 17381.further excellent Jorntion. $400 CBS like new, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, Florida and
FURNISHED Efficiency apartment ash down. FHA terms. 'I Utility room. Payment only $81 per month
at 709 NW 65th St. Fre '
water and electricity. Phone PL place IF YOU for your ARE child's looking health for and a We have many other du- LIVE FOR FREE

7-9594. A26 I comfort Lltt'e Folk Play I nlexes, 2 hedrnoma. 3 b.d. ,
PACE School 3290 NW 45th St., NE rooms 2 baths. See this $400 down payment. Rent one side of this CBS
OFFICE in desirable lo- 5-5283. Darena Davis 2 to 6 side the
other expensesFor
weekend. duplex let pay
cation 1112 NW 3rd ave. up years. 82 I ,
stairs. Call. Levi Johnson, FR
92343. A26 I these and other call Harry Denny
DAY NURSERY, near A and G I
on 54tb St. 6 months to 6 yean. EDISON REAlTY
The Liberty Beauty Salonat NE 45744. I Action Realty Inc.
6707 NW 16th ave., has been PL 1.2441
changed to Center Beauty Chest

phone.school OX special 1.946.hairdo We have for a backto $2.00- MIAMI TIMES ADS 175 N.W. 62nd St. 253 N.W. 79th St. PL 7-4544

and $%,75 thru September 9. DON'T coT THEY 'I ., I J I ,
)peg ,on Labor Day. .. ., .. "- J J JI' f.

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NW 2nd ave. at 14 th ferr.
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA :: Free Chest XRay Ritz Theatre, NW 2nd ave
from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. and 6 to
PAGE 14 STURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1961 PHIL OSSOFER Offered Here 8 p.m. will be the location on

Dr. T. E. Cato, M.D., director, Wednesday, Aug. 30.
SAYS: Dade County Department of pub- Service Drug, 1240 NW 3rd
lic Health, announced today that ave on Thursday, Aug. 31 operating
Teachers Get chest x-rays will be available at from 1 to 4 p.m. and 5
16 Miami the following locations thlfl week to 8 p.m.September.
In this day we are for all persons 18 years and 1 the location will
conscious of education rec-
over. be a vacant lot at NW 14th at.
ognize Its importance. We know
at FAMU that many of our present day Florida State Board of Health and 4th ave. with hours from 1
Master Degrees problems stem from its lack. Unit No. 3 on loan to the Dade to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m.Dugieta .
Tuberculosis Association will be
Yet, paradoxically, some our
children, because of supefllcdal located at Food Fair, 1066 NW
Tallahassee Africa Is presenting differences such as skin color, 62nd St. on Thursday and Friday
24 and 26. The HouseThe
new dimensions in geo NAACP Youth are denied the same quality of August
will be 12
hours Thursday
of the world Dr. O'Hara education afforded to others.
politics Lanier told 219 graduates at noon, 3 p.. and 4 p.m., 7 p.m. House of Clean Rooms
Florida A and M University Friday Council Launches All this reminds me that our Friday hours are 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Overnight Rooms
material education. failing because and 5 pan. to 8 p.m.
Aug. 11, in Bragg Stadulm. the Clean cost lets l
we ,are ignoring divine ed Monday, August 28 unit rooms
The project director of the Voter DriveThe ucation. Divine education, the will be on NW 6th st., between Seeing is Believing
Phelps-Slokea Fund of New York teachings from God through the 1st and 2nd ayes, from 1 p.m.
City spoke on "Africa, A New Miami Branch Youth Christ Spirit, !is to material edu to 4 p.m. From 6 to 8 p.m. the Phone NE 4-3851
,j i Dimension !in World Oeo- Poli Council of the NAACP launcheda cation what the steering wheel I unit will be located on NW 1St
I tics" during the Florida A &M mammoth voter registrationdrive la to the automobile. The car of court between 7th and 8th sts. 2941 N.W. 47th St.
I summer commencement program. beginning Monday, August education also needs guidance; I I' NW 3rd ave.. between 6th and Miami 42, Fla.
C i, According to the speaker, the 21, the drive ends September 10. the steering of knowledge thru 6th streets will be the location
subject was selected because of Every effort will be made to wisdom. from 1 to 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Jamaica Dngle, always A friend
at least five thousandnew
the numerous articles appearingin Aug. 29. Also A26
on Tuesday from
voters. A well planned sys- Those who call themselvesChriatianawhile
Africa and the
importance publications of on the new nations In process and the young I hold 6 to 8 p.m. it will be located on
emerging in Africa. people who make up this organ ing to the prejudices and hate
Izatlon are ready to begin their which make racial segregation

"New dimensions have been door to door campaign. possible, are overlooking the dl. Not a Palm Readier Not a Fortune Teller
created by new ideas, wars, great I vine education given by the be
men, new discoveries, and the Residents in the area of NW loved Jesus. Only the spirituallyblind Not a Rootman Not God Either But

The space world age,"is declared divided between Dr. Lanier.the 5th railroad: st. to to NW NW 24th 7th st.ave., from are the car would of knowledge attempt to withoutthe operatethe JUST A GOD SENT MAN

East and the West capitalismand urged to be cooperative and un steering wheel of wisdom. Rev.
or Shepherd BogaetorsDo

speaker big question communism, is which, according, he way said.are to The the the derstanding.tonal be transportation.furnished information Transportation for For those contact any who addit need Del-will ignorance enabling Divine education all of to prejudices attain disperses to and greater hate the I ; ,: ? Do Business you har Dad a, problem Marriage?

new African nations going com* mar Stirrup and Nathan Street, material kowledge. And best of I Failing Can't win the man
munlsm or capitalism. co-chairmen 809 NW 3rd ave. For all, we attain to the station of w ,x or woman love Been
_ The speaker paid tribute to further information call FR wisdom, making us all qualified : f "Y ( you ,
President George W. Gore Jr. 4-561. drivers on the road to world ,- Need Money,
and the late President J. II. E. peace and harmony. 'I Everything. Going Wrong?

sonville Lee registrar Graduating Sr.Lee.Douglas He Katie at was A&M A.with Inmon a Marshall former under distinctionwere BrooksTllle President dean Jack. SEE GREAT THE SPIRITUAL WORLD'S- cation.slaved.education Russia rule People We are and emphasizes will oppressed ignores under be, too communistic divine and material, if ed-en we- Ii I ,, i Want four Health a Husband Bad New_?Home.Can't_or or Satisfy Wife Car??

Yvonne; ;Maria Puyol, Miami Jerkins, and,, Miami James;- AND PHYCHIC LEADER READER continue teachings, to for Ignore when the we divine offend t SEE ME TODAY

Wilson, West Palm Beach. people, we offend God, leavingus I Never before In the historyof

Other Miami graduates were: BISHOP HUNTER to open to communist con Miami have BO many

College Alba A. Davis of arts, Olle and B. sciences Johnson:, It yon are sick or worried don't quest. I e,< people great wonder been helped man. by this

Opa Locka: Sherman A. Carey fall to see me today. Office hours
Edith W. D. Demerltte. dally 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Thursday It costs nothing to

Graduate School: Leo L. Al 1 p.m.to 3 to p.m.READINGS 0.p.m. Sunday 11 a.m. MIAMI TIMES ADS i.________.______. come in and talk

bert ard ,DeVeaux Prince Alfred, John Culmer R. Gore,,Rich.Wil! DON'T COST THEY PAY 627 N.W. 9th St., Apt. 1 FR 1-3363

Hilda thaniel ert chell He',H.C.,Thomas F.McKay Willis Jamison R.Kennedy Powell,R.N.,Henry Burk Paplno Murray,and Mary O.L.Arlington II B.McKinney Jones,,Rob.MIt-Na,. 5417 'SW 1.00 up 17 St. .{ .r I For The Finest J "Apartments; at Moderate" I Rates-Call_. _ .

___ Registration S.Junior 6-7 Registration Smith. College for Sept.evening SEE WE8T1I0LLyVOOD FLA.IROF.THE SOUTH'S. IIUNTKlt{*.'., I I COLLECTION BONDED '

_ College classes at has Dade been County scheduled Junior for LEADING COLORED

6:30: p.m. on Sept. 6 and 7 at PSYCHIC READER
the Central Campus, 1895 NW
_ 96th St., Miami.Applicants -CONSULT HER-

___ __ receipt.every prior lege admission Admission attempt to as However registration.soon must and to,office a Interested process possible been have is The accepted appliedfor making applications after Col.per AGENCY The largest; collection, and Inc.rental __ "*

during who sons their Students should application.will the regular who take not can delay day only not hours in evening register filing and 4 agency Dade. and in the Broward South; operating Counties'in I { ta ,

Negro Housing
courses may notify the Admissions Let her years of experience auld areas -- .
office, OX 62410 of their and protect you throughout llfaa e L. L. BROOKS, President
Intentions to register during a lighthouse guide the ships I Ia li

evening quired Junior a.m.School administered The at Guidance College of library hours.the all Northwestern on new and students Test Aug.Dade on Battery 30 Aug.will County at High, re 31 be 9 I I OUT GOD and Office ttorm.love.DON'T NOW.SHE STAY Hour.For CAN BY:success IN THE THE HELP In RUT.HELP YOU.business GE1 OF: MANAGING 10,000 HOUSING BROWARD AND MAINTAINING UNITS COUNTIES IN DADE MORE AND THAN

at 1895 9 a NW.m. of at 95th Central evening st. For Center students the convenience it, 9 Thurs.a.m.7 p.m.9. a.m.9 p.m.to .nt !I <, ,"" :->.

I I, appointment to will p.m." "take Meet"also at'-1"1"the the be Your given teet.is Central needed Friends Sept.Center.to 6 at appear at 6:30:No" 10 a.m.READING$1.00 DAILYSunday I. UP 3:p.m. I '. /" -; 12.. CONVENIENT MAIN. OFFICE LOCATION"I 'cv; INC., ."

LITTLE CAL'S 23 Years Experience e 2060 N.W. 75th ST. .._........... PL 89827 1011 N.W. 6th ST.

,', 2955 N. W. 54th St. MADAMHUNTER e e 4240 1301 N.W.GRAND 27th AVE.AVE..._-.._,._. HI 1.1.51X81NE ... 339 Ft.HAMMONDVILLE Lauderdale _RD.. JA 4.1&81

H : o 1657 MIAMI N.W., 73rd FLA. ST. 1675 N.W. 2nd- St. OX 1-441 Pompano MMMMMMMMMM WE 88X381732B

Cold Beer and Wine Don't Write-Call In Person I HOMESTEAD AVE. Opa Locks MU 8M17

HAROLD Hot rOUNGBLOOD Sandwiches, Prop. Join NAACP Today 4150 N.W.Ptrrlnt 7th.._.......Ave.CE 5-SS3S 14460 N.W.. 22nd PL AVE.9-8733

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, THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA and Mrs. Charles L. Williams,
bride of Lt. Stanley
SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1961 PAGE 15 Barry of the New York State

.. The two were wed on
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'!! !:.. ; .;.:; -- -- - the 2let of August.

ter Margrette, 13, were guests .
asspagagA&avagagagagqgjaaa Harold Brown for 28 years \
and treasurer of St. of Mr. and Mrs. Noel T. Haven of Nez-
secretary I Mrs. Gertrude
here they
The Lines Episcopal Church return field. While visiting visiting her sister -
Between Agnes entertained by Mtss Dora sau Is currenty
Dlmlnl Bahamas were
from ,
ed last, Friday where he spent a glor- thy Brooks with a most beautiful Mrs. Rachel Reeves. ,.
-- ----- Miami Beach at the
-----By GORDON HANCOCK for ANPON1 ious vacation. Bimini is Mr. party on

,. .. _,'------1..1 ......1..J 1.o.I1.o.I__...... J;;", Brown's ancestral home. White home of Mr. and Mrs.was Sam beautifully Ku Reginald Major, brother of
----- there he was the house guest of lak. The dining room food Mrs. George Styles and wife are
Albertha Bain of decorated and presently visiting relative In the
THE DEFENSIVE his sister, Mrs.
Town. He was royally tn- was delicious. Magic City. The couple from Wll
A few evenings ago the radio ::: tertalned by relatives and friendsMr. Guests at the party were Kulak Den' llamaburg, N.J. plan a short
announcer let fall the statementthat ; Brown also has another sis nits, Marprette, Brayna jaunt to Nassau during their
nation in Its contest Ritchie and a Roney Miller: Pamela Wilson, stay. .
our Ethel
with Russia is ,on the defensiveThe brother ter O&borne, and other relatives Vallree Carol Rolle Mr. and Cleomle Mrs. Philadelphia
Mrs. of
Moore Paul Vance
statement humiliating.was as distressingas This writ. J.t. ; in Blminl. Bloomfield Rubin Mrs. Emma Lou spent the past week vacationing

it was wonder what becameof iIRace Ward. There were other parties I In our fair city. Among the courtesies

er .began the great to world advantage we Returning from Indiana where given Including one at Virginia extended him was a barbecue the
honor by
In his
at given
WarI school Beach.
had at the close of World she attended summer
Is Mrs. The children returned home on Sam Harrisons and the Al
and II,, when our nation was Indiana University fine va
10 reporting
the envy of the civilized world. Genevieve Lockhart, a member of August eons.

Here we are today on the defensive the faculty of the Booker T. cation. of Mr.
High School. Lorenzo Hamm, eon
In our contest with a Washington Mrs. M L. Squire and children, and Mrs. Gregg Hamm returned
RuSsia that was flattened In Madelyn, Linda and Bob are from Boston
World War II. Russia Is currently prejudice Is the real ene Returning on Tuesday morn home after wonderful vacationIn home on flight. While
running away with the space my of democracy In this country ing from a 10-day vacation In Jersey City, East Orange, on a record jet the guest of his
and dismiss this ugly fact Is and Washington, there he was
doing to
race and we are seemingly New York City N.J., New York City and Canada.
nothing about it. to Invite dlstaster. If the fight D.C. were Mr. and Mrs. Garth C. Barbara had a successful sum aunts.
what Russia and Ingenuity that have gen Reeves. Mr. Reeves Is the man school.
When we consider and Into the fight of race prejudicehad aging editor of the Miami Times.In mer In I Leo Dlatch has been spending
Is sending into space Into fight against attended the chart time with his parents,
send. gone a Washington they Jolllvette hosteda I a
what we are Miss Regina
and of
where match,
Russia we would be spared the 50th anniversary Grand Conclave at Hampton Mr. and Mrs.
ing-and where, we are sickened of fratern splash, party I NW 68th Terr. Leo Is a graduate -
comparison. But againwe anxieties and humiliations of Omega Pel Phi House pool In honor of Miss Bar
by the of law school and Is now em
ask what became of our aa- the hour. Sty, Inc. bora Brlsheare. Fifteen young In a gOY'ernment
astounding advantage ,of yesteryear We begin to wonder If It Is I ladies were present to meet the ployed In position. lIe motors
too late to retrieve our lost ad. miss! from Dallas, Texas.
? the Cyril Roberts of Youngstown back to D, C. Sept. 2.
vantage we hope not as
In casting about for an answer commentator remarked we Ohio and Branvllle Roberts of I.
is forced upon us both sons of
the conclusion New York City
are on the defensive. As long as \
that our great advantage has Mrs, Henrietta Sweeting of 2720
like a golden calf the
prejudice at
been lost to this country in its Is race worshipped by our millions, NW 60th st., arrived in Miami Why not live downtown

fight for the Old South's way of our leads up-hill and Into this week on a vacation trip. 11
life with its segregation and the the dark.way While In Miami the Roberts HOTEL
concomitants thereof. brothers are the houseguests of NORFOLK

The stubborn tight the racists The organizations and move- their mothers They plan to remain -
putting up in this country meats designed to hold the Negro In the city for about two FR 3.2448
has weakened this nation, until back tell their own story. I weeks. Relatives and friends are 45 N.W. 5th Street

today we are compelled to almost What about the Ku Klux Klan t happy to have them visiting Mi

stand aside and see the known of old as champion of ami. 110 Rooms $7.00 and up weekly
communists threatening to overrun white supremacy and Negro sub

the world. Jugatlon Misses Pauline and Florazell Also Private and Semi-Private Rooms
Russia Is as far ahead of us nieces of Mrs.
If What about the White Citizens Tynes of Nassau
In the technology of warfare as Councils which have arisen to Raymond Heastle of 3000 NW Air Conditioned Hotel Cocktail LoungeNo

she is in the space race, then we head off Integration as orderedby 49th St., are now spending a few utilities
are face to face with some stern the Supreme Court of the days vacation in Miami. The worry, we pay all
realities. Our boast of havingthe United States What about the Tynes' sisters arrived on Sunday
highest standard of living be- Nazi organization recently given I and were accompanied by a Samuel Sweeting, Mgr.ROOTIN'.

comes empty, and leaves us at credentials of organization In friend, Miss Ruth Thompson, also
the mercy of Russia and its com Virginia and thus a beachheadIn of NM au. They are the

munism. this country, even while houseguests of Mr. and Mm.Heastle .. .... .
The fact remains that race Adolph Elchmann was being tried and plan to remain In --

prejudice has weakened our once for complicity In the slaughter Miami for two weeks.
great and mighty nation becauseIt of six million Jews by the Nazis
has become the nation's number of Germany under the leadership and Clara
one divisive Influence. When I of the late Adolph Hitler Mimes of Loretta Nassau, cousins of _; A
this nation should have been exploring What about the John BIrch Society Sarah DeVeaux Thompsonof
space possibilities it waS 9th t., apt. 11 are
life In the 605 NW !
Internal battles, coming to
forced to fight now visiting in Miami on a va
which were forced upon It by country with Its avowed purposeof now The Saunders sisters -
of the Old against Negroes and cation trip.
the representatives fighting the houseguests of their
South that never surrenders.Even communism? On well the organizational the Congressional aunt,are Mrs. Sarah Curry of 1781 ,
front as
now with the Russians front we do not lack NW 60th at., and will remain in
threatening to take over, this defeat the Miami until Sept. 17.
country finds time to reenact the ?enlus and energy '
his quest for full citi __
First Manassaa Battle which was Negro TOOTIN'
reenacted' to show how the zenship.Is Dennis Davis, 11, Raleigh, N.

Southern armies put the Northern wonder that we are I C., was house guest of Mr. and
armies to flight. The pressing It defensive any Mrs. Shaddlo Ward and his els- 1'
: question arises do we have
time to restage battles of the .
War of Rebellion for the delight'of WINE'

the Old South which prefersa HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES .
thousand time communism to

full democracy for all Its citi- 4j

The Old South Is willing to go DRINK
''on forever rushing Its Negro soldiers

to the front in times of Work evening near home.. Earn $30-$40 per week 4t$4
In times of
war and to the rear

peace. When sweep we In see the Russia's space race onward commission serving Avon customer in your neigh- ............................

and the nation's slow progressin I borhood. We will train you. For information call
letting Ita Negro citizens go, I

tomorrow we are pained may to bring Imagine forth.what Race Mrt. Thelma Harris FR 1-6407 or NA 1.3840 .2 j)i'j Fastest Drink

prejudice has manacled our gallon in the West (
In Its fight for survival andit

is caluculated to surrender our .+4 v. i rr"v s.3
fair land to communism. Wild Drinkin
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16 SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1961 Last Call for Lovely CBS Home "f6'

THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDARandolph's Junior CollegeAWUCftltQM I $65 Month

to the Dade
', n PTA County Junior' College\ are still Pays All!
Kiddie MeetingThe
... ; being Insult and accepted In the
James.W. Johnson PTA Junior College otttw at the 1 Mortgage 5V4 percent:
;Inn King and QueenThe is having a special meeting on Northwestern, Center, TOOT NW
August 28, 7:30 p.m. at the 12th '". Persons Interested in Low down paymeent
King and Queen of Ran new Bchhol. The remaining attending the fall session beginning f. r 827 N.W. 47th Street
'.dolph's Kiddie Inn, 1960-61 officers. will be elected at that Sept 11 Art advised to aub 2980. NW 67th St .. '
Shirley Elaine Harris, daughterof time. mit their application immediate' r- $395 Down $74 Mo.
Mrs. Debris Harris and Anthony ly tor consideration Open 3.7 p.m.
Wilson, eon of Mr. and Yery nice 2 bedroom CBS
M1"6. L. Wilson. Each received NEW REALTYPL screened porch, enclosed
$25 Savings Donds.Registration 1791 N.W. 53rd St. 4-0655 garage. Tile roof, oak floors

Is now in pro Newly decorated. Furnished
gress. Our activities meet the, Open 1.5 kitchen. FHA mortgage* No
needs! and interests of every $1,000 handles, $85 month. closing eosttt
child. Modern facilities qualified ly FHA, 2-bedroom, tile .
teachers, spacious playground FOR SALE -'TC-=:' :-.a
hot meals, transportation. For information roof attic fan, jalousy, Fla.I 45th Street, Area
f: call Mrs. Jessie Estell For the best In' room, hard wood floor.,
Randolph OX 1-7988''or come by hair weor visitor awnings. Like new. Come 2 DuplexesEACH $450 Down
2152 NW 64th St. or 1425 NW
.54th Pt! call th
ernistic Beauty k' Fink BrokerFR ON A SEPARATE bedroom CBS. 28x10 Florida -
Salon. Hair; 9.2647 room. Air conditioned.

) : FOR SALE wee v covers,. LOT 100 x 150 FT. Floor heater. Enclosed gar.
bald a pot sl age, sprinkler system. Many
Coconut Grove Duplex and,'''',,,,, extras. FHA mortgage.
the.... '" 2 bedrooms each
lengthens $90 Cash $65 Mo. -_.
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hair and the.
3384 Shipping Ave. .;.,
hair can bef 2 bedrooms, near 54th St. Good Income 1475-77 N.W. 53rd St.

$750 Down styled beautifully. Partly furnished. .... Property No closing costs
closing $395 Down $78 Mo.
5-bedrooms 2 baths
bath each ,
bedrooms and
SALLIE COLLINS, Technician Good. LocationNext Duplex, bedroom CBS.
with one unit completely ELMYRA E. FANNIN, Prop. Mansion
furnished to School and Park furnished. New
Modernistic Beauty Salon $590 down like rent.
.a J pay ly painted. Very good buy,
RAY DOCKUM, Inc. 826 N.W. 3rd Ave. South of 54th St. Vacant, FHA mortgage*

FR 3.7685 FR '3.6036 FR 4.9944 move in time for school en. SEE AT ----.."

_._._._. ......._..... u v-., ....._._._._._. ...... _...... '_ rollment. 4711 N.W. 15th Ave. Have many more homes in

ST. JAMES AME KINDERGARTEN 2 Houses, 1 Lot 4721 N.W. 15th Ave. desirable night. Visit areas.us.Call dayor

1845 N.W. 65TH STREET $590 down. Live rent free.
Two large bedrooms and a Phone PL 8.2789 PL 7-8456 283 NW 79th St
., .
1 bedroom rental unit. ,]I 1 \ .,...r."t.. ,; ';
See today

801 N.W. 54th St.

FOR INFORMATION' CALL OX 1.4212.OX 1.8184 NE 5-8745 PL 98372FORSALE Vi block to school no crossings

Why Climb.Stairs .Live
by Yourself
; Newly Painted
$17 a Week
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Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome nlll II .......1111 II. I L _.....u...a..

1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4.2376 $195 Down $50 Mo. PERCY L. JOHNSON, PRESENTS

BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIALS No closing costs, move rightin. "Crawford
Binders 85* to 1.40 Binders See 7531 NW 15th Ave. Park"
Nifty Good for couple. Close to
Sheets B* to 25* Composition 20 big 75
x 101 lots zoned for 4 unit
stores, bus. One mortgage. apts. are now
Ballpoint Pens 10* 08* Books 25* 40*
on sale for the first time
-e- located at the corner of Old
Po-Ko-No. Seta 2.08 Gifts
Straightening Bridge Keno Sets 1.08 $695 Down $89 Mo. Cutler Road and S.W 112th Ave. In Goulds. Can be

Combs 70* t.OS Irons 80* 2.08 2 houses on 1 lot. No closing purchased for the down payment of $200 and $45
costs. Move right in. 2. monthly. See you there Sunday Afternoon.
OPEN DAILY & SUNDAY- 8 A.M. to 10 P.M. bedroom
home, plus a sepa PERCY
JOHN A. McMINN. Owner rate cottage for income. L. JOHNSON

T Close in location. 3781 Grand Avenue HI 6-0334
Registered Real Estate Broker

$195 Down Tn... ..... .. L ...-............... ...... II I ..__
Drive These Homes! Sparkling new 3 and 4 bedroom .
By CBS homes. One

mortgage only. Includes Insurance -
and taxes. Close toNE CBS HOME BARGAINS !
See these beautiful homes today then come by our

office and let us help you with the financing ter. 163rd No closing St. Shopping costs. Cen No All open Sunday 3-7 p.m.

2901 N.W. 67th Street $600 Down qualifying. Move right in. 5 Bedrooms 2 Baths
I (Three bedrooms and 2 baths) Why pay rent? $750 Down, no closing costs

2921 N.W. 70th Terrace $400 Down $75 Month 0 : 1136 N.W. 46th Street
: '3011 N.W. 52nd St. Brand new 3-bedroom 2 baths '
$395 Down r ; MAGNIFICENT 3 BEDROOMS '..
i "l''i '.I/ 1830 N.W. 52nd,St.. Brand 3-bedroom 2 baths I
new $20 week, 2 bedroom, carport '* "r.r<..

1861.1863 N.W. 49th Street $79' Month no closing costs, one'mortgage. ..- d .. '2 Corner lots 100 tx.100_,..- $ 1jIil, .7",
CBS Duplex $1,000 Down Why rent? "
pay :..t. 4628 N.W. 8th Avenue
\ 1311 Move right in. Liberty City.
N.W. 50th St.-bedrooms $350 Down .
See 1923 NW 58th St. I.t .
I } 1177 N.W. 50th St.-3-bedrooms $300 Down ."
1510 N.W. 44th St.-$500 Down No Closing Costs .. \. LARGE HOME MANY EXTRAS ,
'3-bedroom CBS and i. $450 Down. No closing cost

We have over 500 other homes carport, on 2 lots.garage Gorgeous : :" 911 N.W. 47th Terrace .

Florida Furnished. I ,
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Close, sacrifice. $61 month,
are open Saturday and SundaysWe :
with cash to mortage.Fair CUSTOM BUILT BEAUTY
will take your lot, acreage or old home in on a Extra lot on E Z terms $450 down

I trade for the down payment 1129 N.W. 77th Street

i ,,; Realty .
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6200 N.W. 2nd Ave. Broker That Works For You
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