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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: January 6, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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YEAR, No. 19 MIAMI, FLORIDA SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1962 16 PAGES TEN CENTS : 1 I
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STATE BAR ASKSIDISBARMENT I Spingarn Re-elected '> 'j:.

Homemade Heater Kills ,.,. 11'' '

OF NAAOP (
I r rw President ; ,;

BATTY JOHNSONThe New York Arthur n. Spingarn '", I ,,:
Girl; 5 Others EscapeCarbon ( I a New1 York lawyer has been ;:; I

: Florida Bar asked the SUe reflected president of the Nation .t I

J>rem Court Thursday to disbar Association for the Advance }
monoxide fume from a The heater, placed in the ltv .John D. Johnson, former Municipal ment of Colored people.He d
Lome-made charcoal heater kill Ing room burned all night. The M
doors and windows of the home Judge who presidedOTer thellth
( was returned to the postat 4
sd jr'rl 9nndav
five-year-old
a St. Court for two
were tightly shut against the years the organieation's annual
r
and felled five members of her .
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cold, police said. membership here. I I
platting| I
family.. \ ::1{ The Bar accused Johnson of : ,

The child andher parent! : receiving fees from client and Two new vice ,president were t, ,
heattr Police turned said the. makeshift Ina were found by a nighborhood failing to ,pursue their cases. He elected, They) ; are A '1'. Watdfn "r ""I
all night boy, Willie Ferguson, 12, of 10880 [received a efx-month suspension of Atlanta and Andrew Weinber .{
c'/osed up house. SW 182nd St., who told police he on ,the charges last year. gor of New Yolk, I

The girl's parents, two brothers had heard "coughing and crying Tffi ,- h t,
and a sister were found uncon. Inside' the home early Sunday

Bcious by Metro was condition'serious., according to doctors, The Ferguson boy entered the :Police Canteen Is Integrated :

home through an unlocked backdoor ,
Metro Lt. D. B, Bravermon eald and found the little girl __. ........ ... ''''c. ..__ ..._, ,- Police Immediate Benevolent desegregation Association of the
the dead girl, Esther Shackleford stretched on thefloor beside her ,
canteen la the Municipal Justice
was found in the living room of seven-year-oW brothSr. William J |Bishop RobertsonDies Building .was ordered Wednesdayby
the family's concrete block home City Manager Melvln terse
The girl '
parents Mr. and ,
at 10355 SW 182nd St., Perrine Mrs. William Shackleford* in New York I
,
young He pointed'' out that the can.
The family had'' taken a large Daniel 'and four.year-old"* Debra Archbishop! William Ernest teen is on public property, in his ti4
gasoline can, removed the were all rushed to Kendall Hospital.
top Robertson, Patriarch of the African order to Police Chief Walter
and filled it with burning char. Headley.
coal. A piece of concrete block Orthodox Church, and one of
Dade Medical
had been placed under the im.provlsed Joseph Davis Examiner, Dr, the most widely known religious The Rev, Theodore R. Gibson,
said the girl's president of the local NAACP,
heater death leaders died on Jan. 1 in New
was caused by the fumes.
complained to Reese in Novem.
York City, following an extended
ber that he was refused service
Illness. at the canteen

I Well known in Miami, Bishop wt
The Police Benevolent Association
Zetas
Bottle Here In 63 many Robertson nf the will be older remembered citleene by all which has operated the t 4 #4F

- --- of the early ,p ltor'Ofthe canteen for about four years, has
one
In their final business sold' Negroes takeout orders, but
sessionof St. Peter African Ortho.
Mrs. Isabell Herson of Baton present a
has not allowed them to eat
the 41st Grand Boule, members Rouge, La., grammateus Mrs. lox Cathedral at 1725 NW 3rd *
; there
of the Zeta Phi Beta Soror. Nora Lockhart court. !
D. C.
ity selected Miami Florida, for Tamias Mrs. waShingtoni i
the 1963 site. Consecrated to the bishopric on
,r of Oakland, Calif., antapokritls; Nev. 18, 1923 in New York b)'.
Local sorority members in attendance Mrs. Stephany Addison Los Angeles the late George Alexander Me- 11 TRASH x
at,the Grand Boule, held !! Calif., phylacter, and Mrs. Quire, first; bishop and primate
in Winston-Salem North Caro. Ida a: King, Chicago 111, chairman of the A. O. Church he was M. COLLECTORSARE .a 111 4I
lina, Dec. 26.30, 1961. were Mrs. of the Executive Board. signed to Florida in the spring Brokers Nat'l Pres.
Marian Shannon, associate regional Trustees ere Mrs Gladys Butler : of J825, to further, the work of
director of Southeastern Indianapolis, Ind. chairman of : the church In this It FIREDIt
Lucinda area. wasduring To Speak HereThe i
Iteglon; Mrs nut North Polite, Trustees; Mrs. Roby, I hb administration that
associate director of Amlcae Affairs Montgomery, Ala.* and Mrs) Ella 'the present Cathedral Was builton looks,..like} "Blue Monday" is Dade County Real Estate
Strawbridge, St. Louis, Mo. -
of the Southeastern 'Region. 3rd'' court. definitely,out of the plan of the Board the Honorable
Trustees presents
not for
Both arc life members of the so- up reelectionwere Waste Department from the action National
rority. Mrs Juanita Williams Miss Ethel Hall Phila lie was called to New York to of County Manager IrvingO. Charles L. Warden,
delphia, Penn., and Mrs. Madge 1934 because of the declining President of the National Association
Pinckney is the president of the McNayr who fired 11 Negro
Real Estate Brokers,
local Beta Zeta Chapter. The local P. Harper, Orangeburg S. C. Mrs. health of Primate McGuire, who I waste collectors on Wednesday their of main at the installation as
Zetas have already started Emma Dewberry of Washington, died later that year Bishop Er- for absenteeism speaker
be held Jan. 16
D. C., is the Executive banquet to
Secretary "
tentative plans for entertaining nest as he was known, succeededto
the Grand Boule in 1963. for the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority. the Primacy of the church following "They have simply been g4obia' 1982, at Hampton House, 420G) ,
oft far too long. We not NW 27th Aven at 7:30: p.m. ''I
the death of McGuire and are
Planned for July, 1963, the All Miami will be expected to in a course of time, was electedby going ,to condone ft," he said as I Mr.', Warden,,'of Brooklyn, ,New '
Join the Miami and Florida Zetas York, prepared for a business career i
Grand Boule of Zeta Phi Beta the' conclave of Bishops to he announced their discharge i
in I
making their 42nd Grand Boule at the New York University
Sorority is scheduled to end with and
of 1963 a grand success. the Patriarchy given the covered ''by civil School of Commerce, and immed.
a tour to Europe and Africa. Mrs. title of Patriarch, James let The men are
Freddye Henderson, of Hender- service, and have until Jan. 17 to lately afterwards was for four
The Archbishop visited AfricaIn appeal to, the 'Metro Personnel years connected with the United
June of 1980 along with ,the 'Advisory oBard. ,Mutual Life Insurance Company.
present Primate, Richard Grant After obtaining a broker license -
Say yes to the new Robinson. While In Africa he be. The 11 collectors have been Mr. Warden has been connected -
came 111 with a severe case of consistently staying off Work in various ascending ca- ,
March of, Dimes particularly on Monday, and
v" Continued on page 5 (Tuesday, McNayr said Continued on page 4

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Named in Top, Ten wiw, : : Iq

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Young Women, ("', ,
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linger, has been selected as one
of the 1981 Merit Award winnersby
I ItAItI01iBhIAl4P1JOIt II Mademoiselle magazine.For .
I 'v zs 1w ,r
the nineteenth successiveyear
," awards were presented to

\ ten young women In their twenties -
|: and early thirties "who have
already distinguished. themselves
i in their fields and are expectedto
achieve ."f1i greater toners.."
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t son's Travel Service. Atlanta Co. wen, MaderaoUelP editor-In.
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." .,,has-b erf retained jy the-, group [chief. i. :

; x", ; "'1 ,pb+.njhe_,: t.,tp,,rhtaCM: etar'Slsi.a w4i rl:. =:r' :

,' At the final * Grand Boule held tt Teacher stammer she achieved an ln-
College, the Grand Basileus Dr. ternttlonaJUtrlumph at Bayrentli
with her Venus la Taannaww".
Deborah Partrldee Wolfe teach
.. .. er New at Queen's York; College was re-elected in Flushing to A studiesla gravely handsomewoman:$t. Louis she and Mademoiselle! magazine's 1081 Merit Award winners, chosen for signal achievement

: serve a fourth term as leader of Boston. In 1951. Lotte Lehman during the past yean ((1)) Jean Alice Szymanskl, WAVE; ((2)) Grace Bumbry, opera singer

I ::' the or re-elected group Other were officers: Mrs. Mildred elected took winning her on several a* a protege.awards,After sat (3)) Monica Vftti, Italian actrett; ((4)) Carole Eisner, fashion designer; ((3)) Laura M. Roth,

:y' Boone of Petersburg, Va.: Mrs. made her debut with the Paris! t clenttet; (6)) Carte Fraccl, ballet dancer; (7) Heft Murraw, ssclal worker (shown herewith
M. Dallas Opera In Aida la 19 C0. Now
Barbara James of
1, Texas and.Miss LaWanna Hack-, under contract with the Basel her husband and daughter); (I) Jean Baoz, folk finger) ((9) Chryssa, Greek artist;

ner, Oklahoma first second and Opera she will come home for sn (10)) Kanttta Edmeadt Wachter fashion director.
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA Finlaysons Honored On Arinotincemeiii

PAGE 2 SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, t962 The Miami Real Estate Board
is having its installation banquet

40th Wedding Anniversary at the Hampton House, 4200 NW

27th ave. The national president
Mr. and Mrs. Claranc A of the NAKED, Charles Wardenwill
Finlaysbn of 2060 NW 5th Place, Thomases Play SantaSanta be honored guest to conductthe
were honored'' the occasion of came early for several Installation. He will be accompanied
their 40th wedding anniversary, needy families in the Bunche by Mr. Lyons of Savannah .
at a very unique affair held on Park area, when Mr. and Mrs. Ga. The regional vice
New Year's moring, at the home Otis Thomas, proprietors of president of NARBB.
of their niece, Mra. Lenora Mil Bunche Park Service Station,
: ler, 16661 NW 19th Avenue, ,presented them with bas'iets: of Tickets are on sale in the hands
Opa.Locka. The early morning gi'oceriec. The recipients are of the members of the Miami
t occasion was sponsored by Mrs. thankful to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Real Estate Board at $4.00 per
Miller and held at her home.A for helping to make their plate. You may contact the mem.
Y 7 bers for your tickets.
goodly number of relativesand Christmas a happy one.

friends attended the affair

and enjoyed. of Its several varied
',
festivities.
To enjoy your favorite drinks in
Mrs. Hanson Wallace, a long
;i:;:: time friend of the Fb'-ywns.:: a pleasant and distinguished atmosphere
j
made the official '- .u<1uctlon of 51
the honoree A very delicious -
repast was served and enjoyedby

all present. VISIT THE _

Special guesta present were
members of the Confidential So.
cial Saving Club. Other guestson SAVOY SATELLITE

the occasion were: Mr. and
Mrs. Hanson Wallace, Mr. and
Mrs. G. Ambrose, Mr. and Mrs. "1i1A:\11'F3 MOST IIHAUT1FUL LOUNGE"

Thomas Walker, Jr., Mr. and
Mrs. Ferguson; Mesdames Rosa Enjoy the Melodic Baldwin Organ Music

Lee White, Gertrude Blades,
Muriel Evans, Syble Moreno, \ir-Conditioned Cut-rate Package Goods

Eliza Johnson; Misses Ruth Yes we deliver 4-8 Call PL 9.9400
p.m.
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DanleX Thomasina 0. Walker;

Messrs Clyde Alexander; J. T. \\IUlim J. IIRASSPIELD, MANAGER
Burroughs, and Thomas Walker,
Sr. IIAKMAIDS: : ROSETTA CLEM UATTIE

I'I.I:X'fY OF PARKING IN TIlE REAR
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Bucholtzes Have New 6222 N.VV. 7th Ave. (In Jackson's Store Bldg.)


Clara Alexander Weds Year's Eve Party -

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The oozy home of Mr. and
Theolus Underwood Jr.Clara Mrs. Ira D. Ducholtz at 1829 NW
55th Terr. was the ccene of a
gay New Year's Eve Party when
Mae Alexander and wore a corsage of white carna friends gathered to hail the coming

Theolua Underwood, Jr. were tions'' of 1962.

:married on Sunday at 4o'clock in The bride is the eldest daugh. A beautiful and' delicious buffet
Sailer's Chapel (AME). The Rev.
ter of Mrs. Williams-Alexander Wall served by the couple
Mr. II. J. Benson read the eervlce
Tor the double-ring' ceremony. and Surie Alexander both of Mi who are professional caterers,
The altar was decorated with ami. A graduate of NorthwesternHigh and guests enjoyed cocktail and i
dancing.
baskets of mixed' white flowers School, a Delta Debutanteand

and with tapers in double silver a Flak graduate '60, Mrs. Those present were:
candelabra Mrs. Marvin Wesley,
Underwood is a Primary Teacherat Wilbur Terrysle, Mr. and Mrs.
pianist, and vocalists, Eugenia T. Black
Mrs. Mary Colden Mrs.
Dunbar Elementary School ,
ArQtf'
Burroughs and Dorothy Gallon. Portia rYw
Bannister
Bird Jordan
cousin of the bride, presented a and is a member of her father's FREE
Washington, D. C.; Betty Mom, I DELIVERY D RUG
program of nuptial music pre. firm of Alexander and Dulbs, Corrlne
Anton
ceding the service. Inc., Plumbers. Mr. and
Roscoe Muldrow, Mr. and
MfII.//
The bride, given in marriage The groom is the son of Mr. Daniel Francis, Flo IIAHOLU
by her father, Surle Alexander, and Mrs. Theoliw Underwood, Mrs. Ann Lindsey Packard, JOLLIVETTE, ManagerROOTIN'
w rich candle light satin design. :Savannah: State College. 1961 Moore. Mr. M. T.- Swoenev- rtn_ !
with a fitted bodice, long, ,point. I I wnere ne was a uusmess Administration clnnati, Ohio; Mr. 'J' Mrs. I
ed with a fitted bodice, long major. Mr. Under. Charles Fisherman, Phil. Island,
outlined with Chantilly lace re- wood has just completed his Mr. and Mrs. Garth C. Reeves, A
embroidered with opalescent Be- I Basic Training and Is awaiting Mr. and Mrs. Reid and Vincent 1
qulns. The ciricular !Skirt was 1. his assignment by the Army. The Dullard. I
bordered'' with Chantilly lace as couple. left ,by car for a abort II I
were the sides of the triangular honeymoon In Georgia.
front-opening which i showed African' Union I
five tiers of laceedged fluted Mesdames Samuel Glenn andJ.
L. Sheppard were In charge of
tulle. A
% length double net Tell
was held by a small tiara of j the Wedding Supper and Re- Official EntertainedEugene
caption held immediately follow.
opalescent sequins. The bride
carried a white Bible covered 1(ling the ceremony at the home of Ekewerike, Presidentof
with white orchids and of the bride, 2940 NW 49th Street.
Lillles the
electrical .
the Valley. Her hlgh.heeled Lizzie Alexander, sister of the workers union of j JOOTIN'WINE
pumps were of white brocaded bride was in charge of the guest Nigeria Africa, was a guest at 1 I I

satin; her jewelry, small pearl Book; Mesdames William Chap a reception given recently by Ml. '
earrings. man, Jr. -Flak classmate of the ami's International
bride ) Pringle and' May Belle Welcoming
The nine bridal attendants Included Wilson were in charge of gifts. Committee on the terrace of the
Matron of Honor, Mrs. home of Mr. and Mrs Mitchell

James Williams. an aunt; maid of Out-of-town. and Mrs Choice guests Williams IncludedMr. Wolfson, 5030 North Bay Road,
,
Honor, Willie Mae Alexander' a grandparents of the bride; Mr. Miami Beach Present also were
sister I
; bridesmaids, Ruth e I
Blake, Cora Culver Sara Miller and Mrs. Clifford Jenkins, uncle Mrs. Hood Bassett and Mm.' Ra.
and aunt and Mr. and Mrs..,
;
Yvonne Reynolds Christine Turn fael Benitez.Mr. .
Jack Turner cousins-all of
Montlcella raiii
er and Lucinda Woodson
; and as DRINK
Junior Bridesmaid, Paulette Florida Also Eugenia Ekwerlke proved an In.
Alexander.' All Senior Atten Burroughs of Mobille, Alabama, teresting vsltor. He told the
dants wore silk organza gowns of Music Director of Mobile Train. Miamians of his mother, Mary,
Identical design.full floor length Ing School and Flsk classmate of who was a leader In the Wo
skirt, with double handkerchief the bride. men's Revolution of 1928 to re. ..-................-

points tiers, fitted 'bodices of peal the Nigerian government'stax
handkerchief ,points covered by on women.

were small boleras.held by Circular headpiece head veils of The Jolly Friends The welcoming committee, Fastest Drinkin

matching color organlza flowers. Social ClubThe formed by Mrs. Wolfson last

All carried Colonial bouquets.' of spring, is composed of 60 Miami r the West .
white mums with centers dyedto Jolly Friends Social Club couples who eerv as "ambassa:
entertained members and friendsat bra at home" to visitors from
match costumes and laced
with matching satin ribbons. a Fre.Christmas party, Dec. alF over the world. f The Wild Drink

white satin pumps completed 23 at the home of the preeldent, ,Mrs. Wolfson said: "Our roleIs '
Elbow-lensth white glove and Mrs. Bertha Lewi. The night was
to welcome at friends these EH'I in theBig'Square
their outfits. Honor attendantswere filled with music and the cares
people who are visitors to :
our
in shrimp; bridesmaids in that Infested the country regardless of We
peacock blue; and Junior Bridesmaid their tents like the Arabs and meet them at the airport race., take Bottle
In silently moved ,
white silk saffeta. Flower away care of their luggage, take them
girls: and rlngbearer all In f
white, were Lenora Smith, The A good' time was had by all sightseeing and shopping and in. a Produced by Comstock VintnersSan
and at a lat. hour the Christ vita them to dinner in our
resa Speight and Roland Smith.
mas presents were distributed to home Francisco, Calif.
The groom and his attendantswore members and friend's' after which
formal afternoon attire turkey and all1 the trimming "In cooperation with the State 20% by volume
Department
we hope to
striped trousers were eerved. create
Oxford grey cutaway wider and
warmer
friendship
striped*, Ascots.winged John collars Blake and grey Next regular meeting will be throughout the world for the A SMOOTH W1NEGOLDER

as Best Man. Ushers included served the third Saturday night In January United States.

Earl Anderson, Earl Finley, Earl at the home of the president..
"But believe
it's
Mabel Daniels me, no one
Glens, James Itirnes, James reporter '
way street. The members of the
Nfely and Maxwell Neely. committee get Just as much out
For her daughter' wedding' of theca contacts as our guests. SPUR
Mrs. Williams-Alexander wore a MIAMI. TIMES ADS, Most of. US' are Inclined to be to I
pole blue sheath of heavy lace narrow In our outlook. This cer.
with a matching lace pillbox. Her DON'T COST THEY PAY tainly broadens our horizons."
accessories were blue and she

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2 MEN DIE AS TRUCKS COLLIDE I i SATURDAY THE MIAMI, JANUARY TIMES 6,-1962 MIAMI. FLORIDA PAGE 3




BOTH PLUNGE I UNITED NEGRO COLLEGE "'vd 4 ; k

INTO SEA SOCIAL SECURITY PHIL OSSOFER"The

e FUND RECEIVES $50,000
Two heavy laden sod trucks .
sideswiped each other and smash ... . d..r ,,
ed on the Seven-Mile Bridge last South shall rise again!"
ESSO GRANT
Friday whiplashed apart and Yes, indeed, it shall, but not in i

plunged through opposite guardrails the manner anticipated by the _,_, ..._ ,. d- ._..'11I1IIiII. L
into the ..... \ ..,.r .. U -.... misguided advocates of race su. ,:.t' I -

Two of the sere. riders Ttre premacy. Strangely, they do not i \ .'. I
lost in the water "My neighbor said I would realize that the one stumbling "f 'I j

Two survivor one a woman never get anything out of social block in the South's uphill pahtis ;\"

were spotted by a Navy helicopter security." This statement came this unchristian institution it """'" a I\
after le rushing tide from a 67-year-ald person who clings to tenaciously. tl
swept'them UI'''er the bridge and visited a district social security co iS
4,000 feet out into the Atlantic.
Waving the Confederate flag
office recently. lIe had Just found
The copter t ;ked up the man in
Civil War
and keeping history
and a small 1 >at saved the wo. out he had 1st several hundred
man. dollars in back social( security the public eye are marks of i i
payments by not claiming themat Southern immaturity In this ago
The other iree were rescuedas the proper time. of reason. The vociferous objections i
they clung o the cabin,top of to equality for all citizensby
the sunken tr ks. "Our neighbors are well these racists may be likened
Believed i ad were Thomas meaning. But in the case of this unto the cries of a suckling
(Buster) J les and' W. D. elderly worker, inaccurate ad. babe being weaned from hismother's
Easterling. vice coet him money," Mr. E. P.
milk. It is a sign of
I Blonston, of the Miami
manager
growth! unwanted, but urgently
Easterlies' address
was givenas North District Social] Security
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6987 SW 7th St. James needed' to enablo the South to
was Office, said yesterday,
said to have red at SW 64th St. rise.
Mr. Blonston emphasized that
and 62nd A
I find It difficult to believe
information and nslstance need.
Both vehi !s belonged to the ed by workers and their families that these patrons of race supremacy .
.......
really swear by their way ---
Everglades od Co. and were may be obtained at the local of. I
part of a th: e.truck caravan en flee without charge. "We're In of life. I somehow have a feeling The United Negro College Fund Humble, Esso Int rnntlonal, Inc.,
route to Kej ;\.(>6t.. James broth. business as ,public servants for they are suffering from the an I I received one of the Esso Education E BO Research and EngineeringCo. (
of
gonizlng conscience
Marion in the third truck. said. pangs ex.
er w t that purpose, he '
perienced by St. Augustine dur. Foundation's largest grantsfor ., Humble Pipe Line Col| und
Ironically, it was Marlon's rope To avoid possible loss in social Ing that period of life when he the 1981-62 academic year Jersey Production Research Co.
which brouj it up the three men security payment Mr. Blonston recognized the ascend''ncy of recently when Alex. D. Dlffey, Its grants for the 1961.62 academic .
dining to .he cab-top. Had he suggests that visits be made to Christ, yet was unable to detach ,
of Humble- Oil totals nearly $1,900
cast it to the other side of the to the social security office by: himself' from the sinful life In general manager year r
bridge he might have saved his which he had been so deeply 1m aad Refining Co's. Eastern Eeso 000. Esso: and its affiliate have
brother, who had been seen by 1. The worker when he reachesage messed legion, second from left, present supported the Fund since it was
two of the survivors swimmingin 62 even if he or she expectsto ed a check for $50,000 to William established In 19 U.
the water."I continue working. I The South wants to rise, but
J, Trent Jr., executive director .
does not want to Rive up the cin. l Been Buster James come up 2. The survivors of a worker ful life It calls "Southern tradi. of the Fund. With Mr. Diffey
from that truck and told him to who dies regardless of the worker's tlon." St. Augustine rose from and Mr. Trent are Wendell P. Dugie's Guest HouseThe
come to me," said Joe Louis age. the mire of sinfulness by turning Alston, left, and James S. Avery,
Summer, driver, of the first 3. The worker who becomes completely to God's teachings public relations representatives house of clean rooms
truck, shaking his bead In gloom. disabled before reaching age 66. This is what our racists must do for Humble. According to Mr.
"He came a little ,bit and then Let them meditate on how man Trent, contributions to the Fund Open 24 hour NE 4.3851
went down. He musta been hurt Social security payments are was created, for the oneness of help meet the operating expensesof is BelievingSee
bad." not made automatically. A chain mankind reverberates throughout 32 colleges and universities in Seeing
must be filed for them. If a claim Holy Scripture. 12 tales, including Bethune. us for clean rooms
Summereon of 6987 SW 69th la not filed at the proper time, I Cookman Collegat\ Dayona
St., Miami, was listed in "good" benefit payments may be lost. We It is not by the present standard Beach. Last year, Fund volun. 29411 NW 47th St., Miami
condition at Monroe County Hospital don't want that to happen to of race supremacy, not by teers raised $2,045,000 through t/rv'' !
In Key West, as were the anyone," Mr. Blonston said In the long-decaying eouthern traditions campaigns In 138 titles TheE Jamaica Dugle, always a
other survivors John Alex Pippin, i conclusion but by the acceptance und eo Education Foundation, now friend
5896 SW 6th 8.. Miami; Frank practice of the oneness of man seven years old, is supported by INDP '
Holmes, 6633 SW 60th St., MI. 'kind that the South shall rise Standard Oil Co. (New Jersey) 1t'
ami;,, Tbomasina Newton, Belle again. and five affiliated companies '1ii d'-
Glade, and Lonnie Allen, 119 NW Advertise It Pays! I -_ u _
17th St., Miami. r r.. '

truck Allen, said, driver he saw of the the two second missing REDUCE E Z For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call I

men swimming In the water,
"yelled to them and aeked themif Lose 20 pound. weekly.
they were all right. They said Effective medication, In
'yra.' Then I drifted out a way jections. Physician spec BONDED
and saw them swimming under Inlltlng. TTT
the bridge. I didn't see them FR 3.2748

after that. 1545 SW let St.ANDREWS' .
The accident occurred about
8:30: a.m. Friday. RENTALAGENCY

Hundreds of feeta of railingwere ---..................................M. ; t
left twisted and bent by the JEWELERS
the crash. The rail is actually M
railroad' track embedded in con. EXPERT WATCH AND
erete. CLOCK REPAIRS s Inc

Allen's truck, a semitrailer, hit 40 Yean in Uoslnesi
the left rear of the Summerson All work guaranteed ,
vehicle, a stoke.body flatbed
303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
forklift on'a
towing trailer. Both a bad just passed small a FR 3-0152 ro The largest collection and rental

road department crew workingon ........................................-
the bridge agency in the South; operating in

The trucks veered'' into
ripping
the railing. The trailer broke Beautiful Homo on F w Dade and Broward Counties'
away from the flatbed and fol.
Your Lot 1
low the semi as It cracked Negro Housing area
through and plunged 25 feet into HO LAM) GAIICIA
12 feet of water on the right (or ( Gulf) side. District ManagerMANAGING' ..

The flatbed rammed the left I Std. AND
(or Atlantic) side, spewing 250 4Compl.t. MAINTAINING MORE THAN

feet seven of feet railing of water.and plunging into 10,000 HOUSING UNITS


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organization h& at its ,Real Estate Brokerii!i
4 SAn3 DAT JA TART i9czatase. 'riIi1 1IIl nsu ljnil\ ;
I. J JIV h
hn BR, .H The national body *s Nat'l Pret!ident

__.. s.-. that bu done nlnehv
.1I.ej. of ffl e '
y in housing, aDd has To Speak Here
6 e7
t 2iIIIe
?&i4 am ........ pert ba baring Preliddt Kennedy aDd i, Caih.ed fI'R1 page 1

abet ... "' t. Wearer *s bead of H..a' 1 1I pa tieI with l zoo a I-Ji and. 1dan. ,t
A
1Mee fcatiaa realty firaa

x. e1 K the l q..1 1 AMoeiado or Real After beieg lrrably diJ-
6n. et Are is; UQa t.... .. c: a.aouttswei I ,. along with white r..1tor 011 Jeen \ \. charted in Wwld War n, Jdr.
e f Uu JL1T DIb-CI. tTe., ltai amI Jii i2'Iiiai+ ft SJL ft 13 ide: ee aft pfd federal Warden tamed
.. ra&i : eo..4..Ui.1a ow was riee-PI'es1
:! .lite :.jor ,
& + OWffr *> KBDTBEl! L+.... a PaaBiemetG&r7z ,: pt----- dent of She Harrick Eeihy Cor.a .
C.nuriOa. BIiEI"c! SGburfia I partlion: post he disdsWeO
L. JOJUMD Jo0noB, real Ntate for one year prior to
itd. Perry lerautica
b.. Mound: 0- Xa..Lv=aat 9. J.D::. lilt Ce P.cat Air :
.MiMm1.. nufar Cbe1TLI : 8d d lz4rm t, ttsrrsxl1mar4tf Mfccr *ff Iii (Cfcewwit Grove) xsa among; those ap- of the Warden ) Catty
i: jwBfeed &'? tie mi:ottil prferfdtot on the Cmmittee on Na. his present attiJiatienoI r.
troy.rreasMiiu1v.d
ags xraumgt 3;rentprp+cry8afedra. Jtsrrc4r firaow : ieial ALMth. AC sd XOI1pe, Basrr. During the course of disc, Li
completed a certificate course in
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J.U tcUtz ----- real estate rrrirtcntial appr&isint
: C&AlP -:f2X: 30OXZBK: $U* MAlt J 1.U"1ar! aeanrsed! un.... IJf reUlk4 at the American: Saving a.nti
I : soaarlr to the gorEnmenL Loan Institute and completed one
'tC? Iq or ThE XIXZEO nsxr JUST BROWSIK9 7IIM.uIlIJ.st of tutr" t'pet for year of real estate apprainsj at
THE .J."JX O J"JDJIS: IIdnPl'S CaonV Aanvrfn art IIIIICI Ce wae6Dinnn w nbtf ttaee Mr] is l<.5 sfllioa Columbia Unive city.
a at ..e a eai3asad and mumxw mtan At aates8. t. ftI/IlfIT nos.re .i ZTh'd&. A tar!3y rakES fliiSr ... monthIT.Haile 1
f ro d. earl ahr".v eaew4 M. ..... m*C i pit:: Jot':: cbU Jlt'reoas 16' AOCt27.i7t In 1947. Mr. Warden's widely
DIM. *(!.rlslX S. ?ep. ?hems: rlor.. bt....,tttma : : ; j recognized ability. integrity and
i. QIf' Lb2aa Ldti4 C C.:12: .... urns beet. car Bung....... 1s itrddaaKx. I ji i initiative caused: him to be accepted .
,t; V.e.II tad: a nd CI9K Fa91 : ea Tut eolkttors bate i as a member of the mostprurainent
,!ttt3s vwkr** n-jiWMd iti realty organizations
oil Joto. County MaaagtrIrrw t ,
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winos yams eS Si c!ft.tTIM. McXtFr claim tile men including the Brooklyn Real Estate -
CIVIL RIGHTS GAIN .j i rawrwairfT ctf: t.ld.tIG'f tart btt-B eoaMniJjr staTing oS: Board New York State Real
,am :Hart Ira In Mixsai+ sad
trwy 11Job.. jMrtienltHr on MOD.Ti Estate Board the National Association
CITE 2a ijls took a fe&p f onraad laJbjr D-6t bc-1T: ; be 8303"* a *&fl tiIkt: '4. se areS '.rs aM T1KtM 1. of Real Estate Boards, the
tout cam.Irn National Institute: of Real ErUU
ease f4 rcz ; Prtaaierl: RrrotBlaifL T ad .ids f'T tr r& ,I men if* eorertd bjr dill Brokers and the Bedford-Stuy
Let m bops that des {: 1S 2 ttbe z ... tm TtriS jrrie aM bate vatil Jan. 17 toappeal vesant Real Estate Board. Inc.
rtlSi to for :Si dts3 d i ] Cteme+rsa TsrrDre1 *? to the Metro Comm1uloD'
f roe! pre lijil* x : sraswiiy grtntpt; 3Crw Trot OHj rjt-rl tie fevB&anXLaaxil He served as president of theBedford5tu'Tesant
in the! Ciited Stil* TSTe ire mm g f pnrxrd: ta sotiI utWI1 b n nkdnsH ztu :PuJoOHotI drionr board. Real Estate

/ &AZ&WCL or where ;mute fcj wire cadt.c !H items. Board from 1955 to 1959. The
1",11II N>v York tosses DCTIt board during his
bare awe Some pro P'eBS hi sdbfolla l>r'regtsbsast. I: Jtrs .tnAci BtSiTHJTT: off Nrr2s 01 t abat lire destroyed the filial became a member of the NationAssociation
h1 utlitng pest rz'cret:tisma1 !z.tn. tzxrelPreiadeal tec- Q..ta.titwL .1 Yut rv4f III Mr. iii 1lre.Isl Eboy: and arin? quarters of iL C. of Real Estate Brok
$erlfe. m W. 12Stb St. Mr. ers. Mr. Warden was elected
: : .Mod +IfI1 t&ae were ze x d cm1T L t some pcwe. "b Xiai1r 1141 JTSTft* Be4ie, a farmer owner and *d1. president of the National Association

tor of cab....iJorld Ntiri. We. t of Real Estate Brokers at
j Palm Eti8J. li tell knows in its Annual Convection, in Cltvt
: K iaxedj ud the Deroooxtic Pasty starred 1 1I I :Mr ao&fl Mr. 1 Tard Pt,nU&IIn )!iuaj. He ran a fanner of Edi- land, Ohio In I960.

Larl1y -witi: New by: raaiioj: *ppcccte sl to o=Det 1TiLt3trtm, D. CItfefixr -Jot't: tier' Reeves Then the Magic The public's support which hi
jJ t 25c E-obert C. T of rte Trtti Mr. ?MI ***- Prisltrj vas estabUtbed in MIami
'rt17 pws'& > *f, riae3y. CTt"r. IIn4Rter etf XT.JCeni PtlLCttfues ia 1)19 won through integrity and qualities
hex 1"L Lfi bead of lie Hoans and Dora Face of personality makes him a

Art'nt'T; Attj" "niBTr1 ) zn izf. C5ocir! for lixB c:< Nwtl Tnrrt The< Greater Miami Council: of its recognized!. Recently leader be in his was commun.elected
NAACP a judge; of tie Uzslad States Chit Comet cf !Bvta.1I wens tit & &Cay fltSt. Oljdetir 'nhe-I aDd the Ministerial'A*. president of the Stuyvesant Development -
belt aid & & -b-b.. Mr.Mrs. MriaUOD will Jut up a tigui
Appeal; *: Atlj. Hwtart Tj3or Derv, rpetdal coum.tl aa6<< dufe Wire. 'Wathzrtvm aiaiw Sunday tales in Dade Corporation, which is
far Pree3d OosarsStl** oa equal esspJcTnesttunhy : oypor- ,. D. C. Cocatr Rffotatioae from rarioaseoBrgaiioni ment interested in urban nt re in develcj middle-

; Meri F. Mc{ rdT. U. a At -. for Xortbcn OHo; ,: will be *.ecund.I : income housing tY This corporation

Jamie Pa. -oat, Chicago, Federal Judge, Diiaoic KwtheraDS 3- JL. LsxtJl. qty lirwtor ofCubu Mayor Robert King High fa. is in the process: of building two
&:Set; Kerrsat: Bailer De2zt t. Legal CHef or EoaEaogof > the re'ai4s 2a UliaJ. r- I rocs elding butine&tetj! which middle income projects !in Brook

&,c on << Oral Eights Cocjsimioa; H=.. Clifford Whar- r1 U lit Crli Too lire are t:'.t aVoIut) :y etsentitl on the lyn. New York.

wn. San: Frazxnf. .o. a2ai>asEdor to Norm; Mr Dolly found eIIljrtit; t:1 tare TOU. lx3 i Day He is past secretary of the National

P.iis tyon. hex York asoslasl to Secretary of Woaaea": Society be...of member Real Estate of Ap the

P4 rtau Departs e t of Labor; CSuiitopber Soott Los Aa- I MARCH OF DIMES VOLUNTEERS I Brooklyn Branch of the NAACP
ae9eE. Deputy PoEtzoaKUrrfw Iransporlalaoa; Frank Widtaktr and the Brooklyn Urban League.

PfZfbTirgb. Special aodilast ecretary to the *ecre- Mr. Warden is an apointed cf-
tary of cpgnraertc; Eddie W l'r. M npHs: ;", Te:.a.. Protocol fkial appraiser of the Allied Federal -
officer Dilate departoezct; Mrs. Virjiida Bye, Bo&to r Savings and Loan Association -
and also chairman of the
tFJ1 White Hvaw; taff; AtSy. Jc&s B. Dent ctucrasDistrict ; Supervisory Committee of the

zeior..er.. of Golsnln Locis Xartzu. deputy eommr..l: Ephesus Federal Credit Union.

tee cbainsaa Dtjnoeralic Xaiaaaal Cocasztlee; Mrs Robert CLVeaver, FederalHousing
Mijf of HcTt&oofce CoJkre, Atlasla; John Wbee rr. Durhaja i Administrator: has recently *
!\.C-; Harry Btlafuwnte hew York; Dr. Albert Dent I I appointed him to the Na-

are aernben; of the National Adiisory Board of Peace: II tary tional Home Committee Mortgage of Credit the Volun-Program -

Corp for a two-year term.

Tea tin mart: net be crociiered AS eDmp3 .e. but It I I II I Mr. Warden resides in Brooklyn
dot recisd OB of some racial proprtaa during the: fiDt: I I II I with his wife and three. children.

year of Prerideztt Kesaedy's tudmin3 tatioa. I Tickets for banquet may be secured -
I I from members of the Dade
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---- County Real Estate Board. For
Metro tic Cage w. Jose; ) -lJ. Ala. eiecvdre information call: Percy L. Johnson -
zDored
a step forward at the bcxiffirfng o! Tadre, secretary, America ,
A-a.m: IIIn.Ie executive secretary HI 6Times' -
e B.r1oa.
Philadelphia Grand
:-ew Year. i5ana Beach traffic feat been closed Matron,
Giant IM.-E---4. c..faam of II.cnDts of Jrricbo and Dr. Lodos II. Pith, 0334.
and Beach police are cow jiriajr traffic Tiolation' tickets Ah. iRi. eat of tiles College, are leaden among the
-.-N st ,tars ,
ei O
.w1lDltfl"L
for appear cce la Metro eocrL For three years liiazsl Campaign workers for tbe
Ai.es Dean nile f..
de M flm'r8t nippIiBf awl
Beach has been taking care of its traffic violations DOT :t t3etro ..taw eriyjt**Vj truth 4d cctt,arthrith and polio. to prorida aid for Ada Pay OH!
takes -
over. -

Safety' Director William Fravley b cot satisSed with

the camber of traffic: violations filed since they are less

than for a corresponding period in I960. He notes a larger

cumber of thou filed are for improper tarns. He thinks

too many officers are docking court appearance in traffic
caees.

Chief Walter Headley disagrees., said Frawley is
"way off base."



REAL ESTATE BROKERS I II L -
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The newly organized Dade County Real Estate Board I

is planning its installation banquet to be held January

16. Charles L. Warden, national president, trill be presentfor t tr tr
the occasion and will be the principal speaker.

Jlr. Warden a native of Brooklyn. N.Y., is serving j
his second term as national president. :was educatedin
bis state and is head of the Charles Warden firm. ; :

'' .-' : The National Association of Real Estate Brokers waa I _

organized in Tampa, 14 years ago for the expressed pur-
pose of upgrading and making the Negro broker in real h -A t

estate: better prepared to cope with numerous federal agencies
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which were being formed. As real estate is a basic COP CHAIRMAN MEETS GEORGIA
profession the National Real Estate Board is seeking to Uptblkn Notional CommJtte* shown REPUBUCAN-.Oaoinl'lan th Witlio" E. Miller of the
a
have its code of ethics so adhered to by all Negroes in woo m camong .or. then 65 Negroes who group attended of prominent Georgia Republicans

I real estate., so that in the end they will become true professional fmd-foisfca dinner at the Dinkier-Plaza! Hotel in Atlana a S2S-a.ptate int. rated GOP

persons themselves. I row). Miss lefty RIoimgomt. Chairman Miller. Mrs. Milton recently J. UftP.ACE to right front
hecced r'ow/s' Ma. L C. Holees. Joseph Phincaee. White Miss Sadie J. Hicks
There are real. estate boards In 40 of the 50 states I l"- Mrs Timothy Gi I ant and Milton 1.

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{ THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA I. Retires From Bishop RobertsonDies I son, officiating:

SATURDAY, JANUARY! 6, 1962 PAGE 5 I I Juvenile Court I in New York will Solemn be held'Vespers Sunday for evening the dead Jan '

7 at 6 o'clock1 at St. Peter's,AfW
Continued from page 1 Orthodox Church JnMlamC;
can
H: TTi tropical fever. He returned to A solemn Mass of Requfejtnwaleo
Second Enters the States' in .June 1961, but be held for him on Monday
Negro
churcbTwlth.Canon .
never recovered from his illness. 9 a.m. at the same
officiating
SICHVICKS MONDAY Charles F. Cooper
Requiem will be heUTand1 Race For Mississippi the funeral services fofthe Arch
bishop which will bflJieJd on
Monday Jan. 8 at 9 :o clock at Miami Times Ads '
hid Holy Cross CathedrAI 122 W.
129th St., New York with the ,
Seat Get Fast Results
r. Congressional lit Rev. Richard Grant Robin. '

A 1 ._._ _
cep r d --- KKKKKKKK RKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKdKKKAtLANTIC
Clarksdale, Mies. (ANP) lIe said he entered the race to
The Rev. Theodore Trammel, 35 "encourage Negroes to register MANOR

Negro Methodist minister, an. mild vote and to give Negroes
nouncedd last wee:t he will be a hope that in America every citizen ? a. ,i NEWEST: IDEA

Candidate for Congress from the has a chance." 5 MINUTES TO ONE I1KDUOOM
third district. LIVE INIIRAUTIFUL
Trammell is the second Negroto MIAMI 1IEACH GARDEN
Trammel. a native of Panola announce his candidacy for MIAMI SHORES APARTMENTS
County who graduated from Rust congress from Mississippi since CORAL flAKLKSt NEAR SCHOOL
College In Holly ,firings, said he Reconstruction days ALSO EFFICIENCY
ON NKW HIGHWAY AND
FURNISHED
was a Democrat and would oppose Mrs. 1. H. Pearson Probate
Last week, Robert L. T. Smith,
Rep. Frank Smith; D-Mlss. 58-y ar-old retired employe, Officer attached to the -Juvenile Low rent Near-: everything, now
The minister, a veteran of said he would oppose Rep. John Court of Domestic Relations te-
World War II and past presidentof Bell Williams, D.Mlss.COMING tired this week after ten yearn 4190 N.W. 32nd Avenue
service in that capacity.. See:
the Regional Council of Negro
Leadership In Mississippi said story on page 15. ..ft'ClCftlllC'C'C'CIC "IIIIICICIC"ICIIC1CICftIIIIIllCftllClC'ClCtCtICrcll(

In his announcement: SOON ;_.... ...... ..., ...... ......1iIi'IIII' -...t DR....-. ....1'IiR 7W..ririi..... I",. .....Jtn ... -.:
fW n 'T 1 T r
"When any segment of p,>pu.
latlon is prevented from participating Teachers' Talent
In activities that include ADULT HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATIONSCHEDULE
the whole community, then democracy Night
loses."

,OF CLASSES


I YOUNG CAMPAIGNER JANUARY 2 MARCH 23 1962

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Northwestern Senior High and County-Wide Classes

x :x e+ s jak4 DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS


DIVISION OF VOCATIONAL, TECHNICAL" ADULT EDUCATION

MIAMI, FLORIDA



; a1r DAY NO. IEC COURSE TIME ROOM-LOCATION

R ,v OF CLASS


NORTHWESTERN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL


Monday. ,.. ... 817 4 Clothing Construction 9 a.m. 12 noon Upholstery
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81'1 4 Clothing Construction 12:30: .3:30: p.m. Upholstery
(.. ., 01<. '..:'" 817 4 Clothing Construction, 7. 10 p.m. 49 i I
o :..'.." 1II.\i< ,., 811 4 Clothing Construction 7. 10 p.m. Upholstery
.,.' ",'.' ...1 817 ,: 4 ClOthing Construction 7.10 p.m. 47

Tuesday. ? ''r.. ,c' 811 4 Clothln Construction 9 a.m. -12 noon Upholstery t
J". ,822 6 Basic Tailoring 12:30.3:30: : p.m. Upholstery
.' 817 4 Clothing Construction '1. 10 p.m. Upholstery
817 4 Clothing Construction 7. 10 p.m. 47
817 4 Clothing Construction 7. 10 p.m. 49
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Wednesday 817" Clothing Construction 9 a.m. -12 noon Upholstery
822 6 Basic Tailoring 12:30.3:30: : p.m. Upholstery
817 4 Clothing Construction 7. 10 p.m. Upholstery
P ... 817 4 Clothing Construction 7. 10 p.m. 47
: 817.4 Clothing, Construction 7. 10 p.m. 49

xr Thursday : : ; ,' 817 4 Clothing ,Construction 9 a.m. -12 noon Upholstery
.. ; I 817 4 Clothing Construction 12:30:30: .. : p. m. Upholstery
T 'i ," :., >, 818 5 Advanced Clothing Const. 4.7 p.m. Upholstery
\ 818 5 Advanced Clothing Conat 7.10 p.m. Upholstery
The 1962 National Poster Child of the March of Dimes Debbie Sue 's :' 817 4 Clothing Construction 7.10 p.m. 47
Brown, 5, Oarkston,.Wash* smiles at David Muck! Portsmouth, Va., '." "
: Past Grand Master of the Prince Hall Masons of Virginia, after pinning ,
i March of Dimes button on his lapeL Debbie and the Pad Grand Masternut COUNTYWIDE CLASSES
I at Masonic contention at Seattle. The March of Dimes In January
I b raising fnnds for medical car of sufferers from birth! defects, arthritis
Monday'" 817 4 Clothing Construction JO a.m. -1 p.m. JE Scott homes
and polio,aad continued research In those disease,areas. __ 817 4 Clothing Construction 7. 10 p.m. Orchard Villa
817 4 Clothing Construction 6:30: p.m. 9:30: p.m. J.n.E. Lee
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817 4 Clothing Construction 7 10 p. m. Liberty Square
817 4 Clothing Construction 7 10 p.m. North Dade
NOTICE
Monday .c. 817 4 Clothing Construction '1. 10 p.m. D. T. Washington
MOORMAN AGENCY, a new Negro business and 817 4 Clothing Construction 7. 10 p.m. A. L. Lewis
professional organization wants an up-to-date listing 817 4 Clothing Construction 7.10 p.m. a. W. Carver n. S.
.817 4 Clothing Construction 7.10 p.m. Frank C. Martin
of every Negro business and professional person and
organization in Greater Miami and surrounding Tuesday 817 4 Clothing Construction 7. 10 p.m. Mays High School
.817 4 Clothing Construction 7.10 p.m. D. T. Washington
This list shall include all businesses (regard
areas. 817 4 Clothing Construction 1.10 p.m. Doney
less 'of size), churches, club (business and social), 811 4 Clothing Construction 4.7 p.m. North Dade
artists, educators, engineers, machinists, models\ I J .; r817: 4 Clothing Construction 7.10 p.m. D. T. Washington I

photographers, salesmen, writers, special students, Wednesday. .''e'817 4 Clothing Construction 10 a.m. J p.m. Bethel A.M.E.
and all tradesmen, (carpenters, electricians, masons, -' .d 1817 4 Clothing Construction 8.9 p.m. J. W. Johnson
.. .. .817 4 Clothing Construction 7.10 p.m. D. T. Washington
painters, plumbers, etc.) I Y:1 '817 4 Clothing Construction 7. 10 p.m. Doney High
tfrwgyftfu\< i OTfl .nrj>gtfiStfitf 811 4 Clothing Construction 4.7 p.m. North Dad
Pre registration form 817 4 Clothing Construction 7.10 p.m. North Dade
817 4 Clothing Construction 7.10 p. m. Liberty Square
,. 817 4 Clothing Construction 7.10 p.m. D. T. Washington

Name .._._._.._............_........._........N-N....-......---.....-....
Thursday 817.4 Clothing Construction 7.10 p.m. Orchard Villa

Addr'ftM ...._..._.__....._NM._M._._ Tel. No. .........._....... r 817 4 Clothing Construction JO a.m. J p.m. JE Scott Homes
;: 817 4 Clothing Construction 7.10 p.m. North Dade
ftIdd1t ': 817 4 Clothing ConstrudloQ.,t' 7. 10 p.m. D. T. Washington

t, .....;!.... .. .... .., ..( .. 8i U 4 Clothln J- Constructiont. ; 1.- 10 p.m. A. L. Lewis
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: ':: -r ....;,._.. ;delay;.d. pl"r&ij 17 Home Decoration -10 p.m.: North Dade


h.N..N NNMN.N.... MNNNNNNNr --.. M.M. For further information call PL 4-5491
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(IhMtnees, proreontoiuU, organization, etc.)
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City ..........,....,._...,.-.._-____..___.__......-..-... NORTHWESTERN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Zone StAte
Registrations will be accepted at all centers according to the above
Mail information tot MOORMAN AGENCY

co[ Mr. Joseph C. Moorman schedules during the week beginning January 2nd. The registrationfee

16542 LaSalle Boulevard
for each course of 12 lessons I It $2.00 payable upon entrance.
Detroit 21, Michigan

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA
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PEOPLES DRUG STORE RARBI CUE

PAM ft SATURDAY JANUARY" 1.. Broward 't AND LUNCHEONETTE


>i County 402 and 406 N.W. 8th Street FR 4-5874


r Kennndy Praises Wilkins News Drug Store Bar-B-Que

Featuring breakfast
ByWalser Specializing in proscription hmtfca
(lAtent medicines and sundries dinner. Old Rickorr Barbecue -

: For NAACP Leadership Rowe Open daily Os3O a.m. 13 p.m. from S p.Ja.
1:80 Open Fri. & Sat. to
1<11., Sat. to a.m. 8:30 &.au

South Broward VFW Post No.
SEW YORK The toUr at- 8195 will meet Sunday Jan. 7, Satisfaction Guaranteed Free Delivery

Uoo should b* congratulated 64 Meetings are held the
p.m.
it)9'ei1"MM! "ti.
IN AND AROUND @
in each
"for baring a man like Roy first and third Sunday
i Wtlklas to spur It on t.o UHI (\* month. Claude Counts commander. -
tentlal goal of curi&c the full THE BAHAMAS .
Can't be
Over Customers Wrong
poastltutlon right of alt our 4,000 !
i' ritJIt'lGSo" President John F. ............--..._.. ,,:::II
!, KaaNf Mk1 la a telegram ot The Chamber of Commerce will S. R. 22' Written While You Wait
I 1' : fell ltatJon read at a dinaer hem Alton McQu own of the Grove, meet Monday. Jan. 8, at 8 p.m.
was arrested 22 and All businessmen are asked to be First low
Monday ID tribute to Mr. TVllklna Service ft* as
charged: with the murder of his
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present. Rev. Ellis King, president
SO of service and le.a4tr.
pears
wife Roseljra. on Oct. 24, I960. $5.40
hip la the :\AACP.r. .
1IcQuf'elt into .
en custodyas .
Wilkins who Joined the I a result of the findings of a InsuranceAgency Deposit
coroner's jury after an inquest sister of Bans your at--
aaeodatioa stiff as assistant **c.wtary Mrs. Brunhilda Davis
on August 15. 19=1. ha conducted by Magistrate M. J. Armond Ramsey, was married to a> MImmedI.Miami .
been the executive secretary of Thompson. Mrs McQueen died Moses Davis Jr., on Thursday, tely.
\ the organisation I elate April of strangulation. Her body was Dec 24. The wedding took placeat
found in a vacant lot on Horse- the homeof)[r. and Mrs. Ramsey '
C 1955 suc'' odlng the late Walter
shoe drive, a short deadendstrict Opa Locka
White. 4025 SW 25th St, West Holly-
I near the Cat and Fiddle wood. 3497 N.W. 7th Ave. 16300 N.W. 27th AT.
Joining the reKJcnt In felicitating late on the night of Oct 2f. I960. . NA
NE 5.6355 4-6012
the leader were Major The trial is set for Jan. 10.

Robert F. Wagner; Robert C. Earl Edge was runner-up Dee ,
Wearer, administrator Housingand 28, in a tournament bowling
Home Finance Agency; Mrs Ethnee Frailer: Miss Maxis match at the Sunrise Bowling j
Judge ThurstHHT Marshall of the Butterfield. Miss GwendolnSmith Lanes. He received a trophy.
U S. Second Circuit Court of I 1 and Mrs. Nearest Russell Charles Palmer finished in first
Appeals; A. Phillip Randolph ark officers of Purple Cross Unit No. place He also received a trophy.
e preMeat of the AFL-CIO; 252 of Elks Alpha Temple No. STAR MEAT MAIKTf
Arnold Aronson. eecrtarr. Lead. 909 on Dec 21 presented $23 to
; t'nblt' Conference on Ciril the Hon. Etienne Dupuch for the Funeral' services for Mr. Prince
( I\ Right and James Blake chairman Crippled Children's Fund, Stephenson will be held at the
, of the NAACP national I. Church of God in Hallandale \ 1520 N.W. 62nd StreetTHE
1-- I youth york committee. Sunday Jan. 7 He is survived by
: Mrs. Helen "Deveaur 100 of, his father three brothers, five 0
In the rrlncipal addresa of the Deveaux Street died at her home' sisters other relatives and a host
evening Harry Golden North on Dec 16 She is survived by I of friends. JI j II MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
Carolina author and journalist two sons and four grandchildren.She I
said! : celebrated her 100th birthdayon
Ner. :.. The street on which r
'?here can be no doubt In my she li'ed'U named after her.
mind that all America and par.tlcularly .
.
.
the white citizens of the t Fresh Meat-Low Prices
I South owe a debt of gratitude James Alexander Major was
the NAACP because at the most
hanged on Dec 19 He
was con
I crucial moment In the history of victed of subbing to death Ivan
I.
I human relation the NAACP I I.I
McIntosh on Sept 23 with an fta.ttuwbrt. I
filled a racuum and succ *dtd In '
I establishing a pattern of social pkk urgent on Prince: 1C1ft<<1C'C1C1IC 1(1CI(" <'C, action which wilt forever hold aa 11II
honorable po-ltion in the history I :
of the Amerfoaa ciTtUtatfon. Un. A
deer the most serious provocation Cedric Poitier. 3&-vear-old mechanic. ,, ill ill AMERICA FINEST I Ia
was found unconscious in .
the 15,0*0,1.0egru.** ol the I I
Soath ua.:vr the NAACP leadership a truck early on Dec 2U and was I.
j did not mate a sin *erlOB pronounced dead on arrival at thePrincess :
mktake.wThe Margaret Hospital. It is I| STOP 'I i
believed that he dd from suffocation -!
real J5flIe. Mr. G6..dt. while he slept in a truck' DOG RACING
; said -1$ the de 4re In flOat or at Sea> Breeze Estates His father.'' THINKING HAIR i
Nr southern states t maintain Mr. Reginald PQ tier. died just 10survived
caste Ql tem. I hare spoken to days previously.: He is
Mae of the voattn vho shouted by his wife Eva seven children.j ITCHING SCALP i
Kill Jodge Wright In New Or. his mother Mrs Evelyn Poitier
kris and to ether who hara> four brothers, including movie DANDRUFF
red Negro school girl In North' star Sidney Po tier. and four 2" NITELY EXCEPT SUNDAY
Caroltoa and n&deraeath the sisters. AIN I
.
fears they eprecstd such a* tJloveriag -> JUST 7 DAYS
: of the educational !
The body of Spbeus I .
standard and mangretixaUoa. Strapp was
there b the real fear left na. found hay gins from a tamarind i WITH A1'elc.J.1 Post Time 8:15 i
p.m.
said that the Negro stands be- tree in his yard at The Bight :
I..toEa them axd social 0 ,111on. Cat Island between &30 and 9 uth. i
They hare the racse awareness p.m. on Dec 20. A coroner's jury 1
that the s* r* ati Negro gives pronounced that the death of therearaid KURASOLSgisbctioa i
I thta some degree of caste. and $ .man.was.suicide. HOLLYWOOD
.f'lf-fltHm. They ar. aware of Gcarirteed A i

4' their Inadequacies ta education I About 100 straw vendors, un-1 Sdi to Mat hi stem ari bwutiUtors. 2
and earning rower, hut ttlllag der the direction of John Hull. .H Mt.aft.Ut ill yw bcrttyml 2
the Negro to alt la the back ot held their Second Annual Carol UJI far a nentk's tuppfy to: ASAB.TtOSOL
the bus gins tiea a lift abort program oa the afternoon' of Dec LABORATORIES 2
!
their terrible ,
inatepuades
19 in Rawson: Square. A large 175ATTENTION StL It tai F1a.
Ba a.
Kennel
., Ruiewag }lr. WUklB career number of tourists and residents i i'r Club
Mr*. Daisy E. Laapkla of Pitt:. were present. I
burgs, a member of the NAACP M,
Beard of Director, hailed his -- -' ;,
"qai l cocrare steafatt derotioa ,
to duty and cacoxai' >roiaslag, !,, -.__ -

though aaoky, mUitaac?." .. ,
yy,
Arthur B. SjJrrara. NAACPpreaUeat All Tenants
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f a stroll of since honor 1140.to Mr.prwveted WUkiaswho BONDED RENTAL sry i

fer J! rear has labored In AGENCY, Inc.If NEW! PATIO CLUBAdmission I
trredoa Tiaeyard M a top ex.eeatlT III
.* of the NAACP and wheweeUl you are out of work and want to work, come toBONDED'S =

*s *rrtc oe bed leadership III,
; hare contributed: slgalScaatly to FREE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE. !I
hfctorlc and esduriac galas In the
) costlaalng straggle for ataaadlgalty. : 4150 N.W. 7U ATenue PL 9- 733 B =
i .* :
JOBS ARE AVAILABLE NOW SQt
t A jtreatatatioa of a benQaet of
St rases was made to Mr*. WO- ww
tin by Mrs. JNie Taaa of
Pittsburgh chalr&aa of the 4ia
her t<+o n&Ittee. Bishop Stepheo Service Calls i DAILY DOUBLE

GIU Syotuwood, board dsalraaa.ItresldftL TV SINew
PL 1-8381
Mis Camilla WilBam*, 50 First and Second Races
operatic sopraao. aaag two solos. Brownie finals camera $6.SO. it

la addition to Mrs Tara Df=. Repair and sell TVa, radio and hi-fi j NO MINORS ADMITTED
ben of the board of tflmtorsdlasar Also DeW electric heater $6-00
committee: taehtdd Mr*. t
Daisy Bate. Dr. Harry Grea. ALL OCR SALES AND RZPAXRS CTJLRAVTEZDFREB .' Hollywood Kennel
Max Det+oa, AlTrej Fakir Loris BIOLITCRT Club u located on U. S. Highway -
and Samuel W111Wr.1.: i No' 1
Know your TV man and save money Just en. mite north of GalfatnNim Park |

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Stars Light 'WFAB THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

Land SATURDAY. JANUARY 0, ION PK.K'7

Around Miami
"UNITHD \YK STAND"By '

Georgia Mile Gordon Starling and Court Orders CampyTOPavUWife


By DAVE BONDU Upon landing in WFAB Land,

yours fabulously, receding gra.

_....... :;;-- clous, smiling warm welcomes Support
I. from the Her Edward T. Gra.
This is the story about my Half- It is a beautiful city and the r ham and congregation of Mount .. we. .
Segregated City. A place where whole idea is to be free to go Zion Baptist Church To name a NEW YORK (ANP)-For. Earlier this year, Campy was

it's the "White Man's World" where you want to go whetheryou few more at this writing, we mer major league star catcher granted visitation rights to have
"A Cuban Refugee's Heaven" go or not. Most of the per- have also received warm greetings Roy Campanella was ordered last the children visit him in his

and a "Negro's Hell"I against sons who, cannot are being afford segregated to to an best wishes from former week to pay his estranged wife, apartment on Sundays.FORMER ).
go
lightweight champion Beau Jackat
Ruthe $150 a week for temporary
am not trying to stir up a the them places, that are not open to the famous FontainebleauHotel support and maintenance of
The of
anyway. principle ; Flynn Stubblefleld and their Glen Cove L. I. home and
race problem, I'm just stating the is ,
thing important. I believe, EDITOR
managers of the Capitol and Ritz '
for ..
care or tn" ooU ; three
plain facts. The situation was sincerely, that if we have anotherwar theatres; Jack Elkins of Perry's children.
brought to me because a Negro there are going to be many Dept. Store; Louis Ebenstein of
from "up the way" went to a many missing men who refuse to Furniture Supermarket; Harold Domestic Relations Court Jus. BURNED OUT IN
fight and die for a country that Busman of American Furnitureand tice Joseph Dyer set the award
restaurant downtown and was will not recognize them as first Garth Reeves. after Mrs. Campanella's lawyer, NEW YORK
told he couldn't be served, and he class citizens. Not only for my former Judge Hubert Delany, argued
asked about person much darker half-segregated city, but for my The immortal Emerson said" that the partially.paralya- M C. Docile, editor of the defunct -
than he being served at 'another hall-segregated country. i i "Hitch Your Wagon to a Star. ed star had only been giving Mra.
Florida News
a weekly
From Socrates to Edison, every
table. The waitress said, Campanella $50 a week voluntar
"0h, he's Cuban." This fellow left Pretty girl of the week: Shirley advance by humanity towards the fly, and had deprived her of her newspaper' of the Palm Beaches, I
for California "where I can spend S*ldon. | ultimate01.1/ every forward automobile and all of her charge lost all his personal belongings -
step taken by mankind has been
my money, and be treated as an I Pretty boy of the week: Charles led by some valiant dreamer accounts beside his sleeping apparel as
American as well as a dark Cu- Austin. I the result of an early morningfire I''
I
whose fixed the
were
eyes PAYS
upon WIFK'H HOUSKHOLD
ban.
Man about town: Nelton Darby. dawn!. Moses saw a star that K.Xl'KN.SRS which ravaged his livingbusiness I

Who loses? The Hotels, the cab blazed in the Promise Land. The last week.quarters in New York
companies, the restaurants, the The Glass will have a big show radiance of un eternal star led Under the temporary court City I
race tracks, the night clubs, the this week-end, featuring Hot Three' Wise Men to the manger ruling, Campy, who maintains a Mr Bodie lived in Miami many i
city and the working people. Papa Turner doing his "Love 'n Bethlehem Columbus ,pinnedhis separate maintenance with a years ago and was one of the
Box" and the "Unexpected Hus faith in the dawn of a new brother-in-law in Harlem's Len. founders of the Magic Printing
Everyone from a foreign coun- band." Naturally, Frank Du- day. ox Terrace housing development, Company from which sprang! Tho
try, regardless of color can go Boise and his band will must continue
supply Now Richard Eaton of United to pay the ex. Miami Times. He conducted a
anyplace and be served, but the the music for your dancing pleas Broadca!ting Co. discovers stars 'pense' of the house, which Mrs. printing business in West Palm
American Negro who was born ure. Next Thursday night Jan blazing In WPAB land. Look to Campanella maintains withoutthe each for some time, but movedto
here and fought for this country 11th, will be Slack and Toreador be hearing from us around Janu. assistance of a maid. New York 14 years ago
in wars; serve in the National nite. Every lady should wear .
Guard (not in Florida) and other toreadors in other words, The ary full 16 time big 5.000 watts of power, Campy who is reportedly earn The Miami Times wishes to appeal -
defense units is denied the same Glass is having a "Pants Night" at mighty fine radio ing mote money now than during to his many old friends and
privileges that are given to refugees ;you know the ones you wear ninety-nine the fabulous WPAB Miami, covering his best baseball days I is schedul. the public in general to help him
and aliens. outside. All at the Knight Beat Epanlsh market Follow Negro and ed to appear before Justice Dyeron in this emergency. Any donation
us week. Jan. 29 for trial on the issues will be gratefully acknowledged
The whole idea is a very silly Jy in this column.
of the support action, Although
The Hampton House will have
one. You can go with a white the
Campanellas are separated,
friend to Castle to some nice things going on in their
a Royal a
get i neither has action pending I
hamburger. Your friend can sit Club this year. Last Saturday ,Young AmbassadorsVisit for ,a divorce any Times' Ads Pay Off!INti'ffiiT
down and order his, while you night the Fabulous Phyllis
stand and take yours out. yet, Branch did a couple of numbers HospitalThe DaIIJIUi iLat.II It 1.W"'t 'Ntr' '-
the two of you can go next door and upset the audience. Every- .
to a bar and get sloppy_ drunk. body had a ball
I Young Ambassadors $ .J0
This is a part of my naif-segre for TV Service Calls
gated city, Ray Mitchell is in town, getting' Neighborhood Improvement Club JL
ready for the North-South Golf visited the Children's Ward of
What I want to know isWHERE Tournament beginning Feb. 10th Jackson Memorial Hospital on t"1.Vij .'Alt1'8LARRY'S
IS THE TORCH OF More details about this next Sunday, Dec. 24, chaperoned by ALL MAKES-ALL MODELS
FRIENDSHIP FOR THE: NE- week. Mrs. Dernyce Greene, president
GRO? We who live in Miami are of the Adult Ambassadors Group, T.V.
more welcome on the Beach than. Till next week please start the with a basket of fruit to express I
in the city where we pay prop- New Year right. Less Gossip, their wishes for a very merry WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS

erty tax shop in the stores, buy More Love and try to help each Christmas.This RADIOS, HI-FI AND STEREO REPAIRS ''I
automobile licenses and support other then we can all Live
United Fund and other charitable Life, Every Golden Minute of it. the Adult group Ambassadors was organized in by W. Sell Used TV on Credit

organizations. We need the tourist I PEACE! 1961. with boys and girls Aprilof ages 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-8024 "
trade an dall the goodwill we
six to 14, for the purpose of pro
can get. That one guy who left unhappy -
>IAIM>rl Al f f >r Amh>VA A11SEASON'S viding wholesome recreational activities -
will go places and spread for the children In that I I I :
the story of his disappointmentand
GREETINGS particular neighborhood and acquaint -
keep a thousand prospective them with some civic re
tourists away. To all our patrons sponsibilities.The .

How many times have you had and a officers of the club are:
an out-of-town guest ask you" HAPPY NEW YEAR I Constance Roundtree, president;
"Where are we allowed to go? Richard Mack Greene, vice presi-

or "There's a good movie at such Mrs. Catherine Brooks dent; Joan Davis, secretary; Amos
and so theatre, can we go there?" Mrs. Lula M. Clark Charles Roundtree, treasurer,
You can only say that the Beachis of Leonard Hollins, business man-
liberal about their movies, and operators ager, and Anette Hollins, chap-
be embarrassed by telling them THE CENTER BEAUTY lain.

that only the dark persons from CHEST All sew QulnlftU Tote
other countries who do not speak Hoard
English can go anyplace he wantsto. OX 1.9453 a Strict Pout Time will bo
Now the White Advertise It Pays! GENERAL
people are > >tasa .>taAalsla.- Observed
catching it as well as the Negro
concerned. At the I Individual seatsi
where jobs are ADMISSION
Airport Parking Lot, for instance, I
the men who collected at the exits Brand New Homes I
have been replaced by Cuban
women. Many stores have been 500
over staffed with Cuban refugeesand
Save
!
the White girls have been Money
pushed out of their Jobs. Negroesand
Whites have been pushed Owner at 1430 N.W. 59th St.
from their kitchen, packing, delivery -
and millions of other jobs Open Sunday 2.5 p.m. -
because the Cubans will work for
half the salary formerly paid. 2161 N.W. 59th Street 1318 N.W. 72nd Street


I live realize like that everybody these people else,haveto but Lots for sale Will build to order Centnl, lift !Insurance Co. */ Florid I

they do not pay taxes and do not
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know the meaning of giving to "YOUIt FJUHLVDLY tX>MJ ANY"

United Fund and our other agencies MODERN AND ATTRACTIVE POLICIES FROM
that the citizens support How
can any of us support these things, 'ter..a.. rrrmvarr..-"....<>-........rrrrMRir.rrrrr, r.. oo a $1,000.00 UP TO $50,000.00
pay for our homes and help keep
the economy of the City and State Whole Life Endowment Educational
in good shape if we cannot find NEW DREAM HOMEGorgeous
Jobs? Mortgage Redemption

This re-location of Refugees has
Retirement Combination
the problem that these people do Hospital
CBS 3-bedroom 2 bath with
not want to go too far from Cuba, new garage And Home

back because But one, in day the they meantime hope to, the go and roofed patio. 3 entrances! Large. White tile roof,

American in Miami suffers the ALSO
consequences.What all tile baths and kitchen. Beautiful oak floor Your
Family Group Plan
would really happen if we BEST location near Manor Park. Owner Ruth Fritz.
all decided to give Miami to the Father, Mother and all Children Under 21 Years of

"WORK Cubans?SOMEWHERE We DO HAVE and live TO You must see this! OPEN. Only $85 month. Age Insured Under On Policy

but people. I could go on all ones OWNER WILL LOSE $5,000NO New-Bonn Automatically Insured After 18 Day
what is the use? Fm Just
I little guy who would like to see REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED REPRESENTATIVES AND BRANCH OFFICES

all people treated alike, whether STATEWIDE IN FLORIDA AND ALABAMACall
i ;" they are White, Black, Jewish,
: Italian, Cuban, Hungarian or for representative In your city for additional
what have you I would of like 1031 ICI. W. 47th/ Terrace Pi '. "* ,information
to stop being ashamed my

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BACK8$500,000 IH'RELIEF' ,_ ''I AGE 8 SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, igd,2,


The Cuban Refugee Emergency ing regulations than the rules allowed I B
Relief Center here disclosed Tues- another 262 refugees repaid Integrate
$12,895 in December.The Negroes
day that Cuban refugees have returned -
nearly $250, OO in cash cash grants since the aid
LegislatureJACKSON "
relief payments made by the program started last February Miss r"Olj I.
United States. total 8.3 million dollars the U. S. Mlsa. Negro and' : .

The Center's deputy director Department Health Educationand white spectators, sat together in \.# $ .... I

for resettlement, J. Arthur Lazell, Welfare reported. the gallery for the first time in AND SATURDAY
said 80 per cent of the repay- Refugeeuijlief in 1961 including years while Gor. Ross Barnett FRIDAY
ments were made in December medical care surplus food, addressed the newly convened
and that during the last eight loans and payments to schools in Mississippi legislature. !G2i "fd"e 1z1r
months, Cubans who fled from Dade amounted to 18 million dol- key j T'p e 't
the Castro regime voluntarily lars. Seven Negroes including
turned back $122,254.At Integratlonlsts, took gallery TROY
,eats shortly before the gover. r :
DONAHUE
the the center officials
an nor's speech.\ Surprised
additional $123,346 was paid, and Personal MentionMrs. held a hurried conference then CONNIE ..
during December 874 Cuban ref decided to let them stay. \

ugees repaid $48,873. Bernice Chllsom and Mrs most of his STEVENS I :1: : -
based
Barnett
Delores Vandiver from -Homestead I
had either found in -
They Jobs review of his adminIstration DOROTHYMcGUIRE
Long Island and Phlladel- speech on a
Florida, were settled on jobs In economicand
state's
the
and '
delphla who visited their brother
other of this '
parts
country or
received funds from Cuba Lazell Rev N. Harris here during the the state's Swncol "
Christmas holidays. Both seemsto and the past two years, but clos-i LLOYD
said.After have enjoyed their visit and ed with a tired up attack on de. tadelll
the center found they had plan' to return to Miami again segregation efforts. NOLAR :!! $
been given more aid under exist- soon. TECHNICOLORFMMWARNER BROS
The group smiled as Barnett _,-_ _
denounced the "freedom riders"
,sponsored by the Congress of Racial E
56 NOW ATTENDING MIXED Equality and other activitiesIn PLUS -
the racial field. Hundreds of
I freedom riders were arrested last
year during desegregation cam-
BROWARD COUNTY SCHOOLS palgns here.Among 1 '

the Negroes In the gal.
.Integration. In .the.... public dents." lery were Robert L. T. Smith of I
schoo of Broward County has Jackson first Negro congressional -
moved along quietly but success, The principal of Everglades candidate in Mississippi in this I
fully according to a report Junior High School reported no century; Tom Gaither of Jackson Sf
from Fort Lauderdale this week. major difficulties. The ten-five field director of CORE; and ,
boys and' five girls have Robert Moses( of New York who
There are now 56 Negro children "pretty much stayed to themselves has conducted voter registration
in integrated classes in three ," he said. schools ID South Mississippi.
schools and school officials re-
port that they enrolled without One boy, an outstanding ath.
incident.' lete, became a starting halfbackon
the football team, but was
In September, Rock Island dropped from the basketball: COMING SOON
Elementary School enrolled 15; squad when he slumped In his
now it has 45. Everglades Junior grades. Teachers' Talent a d
High started the term with six;
now It has 10. The ExceptionalChild The others are "holding their
Center has one seven.year- own academically," Principal J, Night -5----- STARTS SUNDAY
oJd Negro., a victim of cerebral W. Chapman said

palsy j a j.a u irjrjnnra K j-irg-inrgirg-mrir jjrr.nnr.inrSee .ILII rxrJr1Y"rrl I"'If".lrIrJrI!"

Principal Henry W. Dickey of __ I
the Rock Island school said: America The BeautifulIN ,
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"It's been very quiet. Residentsin
the area have taken it in AIR CONDITIONED RECLINING SEATED EllA KAZAN'S PRODUCTION OF ; ,.
stride. There have been no inci. ,

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Whether it will become a partof TECHNICOLOR WARNER EROS| .
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Indies is still a question to be ,No one.!under. 16 mill be admitted unlest_accompanied. by,anydup: _+
settled. Reserve Your Seats. Pick up Your Tickets Here
Jamaica, largest and strongest
member of the federation, walk At Our Office GEORGE MONTGOMERY AS THE (
ed out last year and rote. d to NWITHIl ,
seek its own independance. NORTH'S TRAVEL BUREAUFR

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Aifc, freshman student In Borstal o 1
education at Tnskege Institute, Is e 11t Blue
one of MOO winners of March Gf Hawaii
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

.: .':... SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1962 PAGE 11

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ST. MARK'S BAPTIST EBENEZER METHODIST.

801 N.W. 62nd St. Sunday School . . .' 9:30
Rev. Joseph Smith, pastor Morning worship . . 11:00

meta Sunday School . . 9:30 Evening worship . . 7:00Rev.
Morning worship . 10:00: Aaron D. Hall, Sr., pastor

DTU . . . . 6:00 B. Ingram, reporter

Preaching . . . 7:30
GREATER BETHEL A.M.E.

GIBBS CHAPEL
A.M.E.
Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor

North Miami Beach, Fla. Mrs. Jenette Faison reporter

BAHA'I FAITHMrs. NEW BETHEL BAPTIST MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. Rev. O. E. Turner, astor Sunday School ........................ 0:31

I Sunday School . . 9:30 Morning Worship................... 11:00
Vivian Fellows of Mil. 1571 NW 68th St, E.. M. Thomas pastor Morning Service . . 11:00 Evening Worship ..........__ 7:00
aukee, Wte., a Baha'i teacherd Sunday School . . 10:00: Phyllis Myers, reporter I

lecturer for the past 16 Morning worship . 11:00: Sunday School . . 9:46 MT. TABOR BAPTIST TRIUMPH CHURCHPrince
ars, will be the guest speaker B. T. U. . . . . 5:30 Morning service . . 11:00

|t the Daha'i Center, 137 NW Evening worship . . 7:00 BTU ..... ...... ...... . 5:30 Rev. P. S. Brown, pastor C. MobUy, pastor
Rev. Ernest Williams Sunday School ......... .. .._ 9:45 Sis. C. McKlnney, reporter
:
lth Ave., 8 p.m. Saturday, Jan. pastor Evening service . . 7:00 ? -
I. She has traveled on behalf of Deacon Fred Williams, reporterOn Morning worship ...N.. ..N,.. 11:00 School of Wisdom . 10:00
he Faith throughout the United Sunday morning our pastor Evening worship .._..w>._ 7:30 Y. P. E. Band . . 8:30
[ last Sunday morning Rev. wasn't feeling well so Rev. Ste. Evening worship . ..... 8:00:
tates, Canada Europe, the Bain delivered THE HOUSE OF GOD
a most powerful phens presided In his place. He
est Indies and the Holy Land
MT. HERMON A. M. E.
sermon and it was enjoyed by delivered a wonderful message.
in Israel, where she visited the all. 1612 N.W. 62nd St.
shrines of several Faiths and Sunday night we were happy Mother E. L. Orange, minister Rev S. L. Gay, pastor .

lade a special pilgrimage to the The church would like to pay that our pastor was better. He Deacon Sawyer, reporter Sunday School . . 9:30:

aha'n Shrines on the slopes of tribute to Sis. Gibson for the was able to come and watch over Sunday School . . 10:00 Morulng Wsrshlp . 11:00
Mt., Carmel in Haifa Mrs. Fel. wonderful job she did last year everything. The first messagewas Morning service . 11:30 Cven4ng Worship . .oO. 7:00

lows, who has acted as adult advisor with the No. 2 choir. May God rendered' by Rev. McGriff. Evening service . . 8:00:
for the Daha'i National continue to bless her. The second was rendered by Rev. Tuesday Bible Study . 8:00: i TEMPLE BAPTIST

(Youth Committee, will speak on Brown. Friday service . . 8:00 Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor
["The Promised One of All Let us not forget the sick and The Watch night sermon wag
Ages. Mt. Olive Sunday School . . 9:30:
[The >public is Invited to attend the shut-Ins. They are Sis. Wood. rendered by Rev. Daniel's.' Missionary Morning worship . . 11:00

[this meeting and the regular' side and Bro. Sears. Rev. Benjamin Franklin, pastor D. T. U, . . . .8:30:

I meeting which will be held Sun GRACE PRESBYTERIAN 2nd Ave., Hallandale, Fla. Evening worship . . 7:30
(day evening at 8 p.m. as usual. Yvonne Jackson, reporter

MATTHEW TEMPLE 6896 N.W. 14th Ave. Sunday School ...................?... 9:45: MT. CALVARY BAPTIST

Rev. Daniel Pridgen, pastor Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor Morning service .................... 10:45 Sunday School . 9:30:
ST. PAUL A. M. E. Ruth R. Lucas, reporterIt Sunday School . . 9:10 I I Evening service ................. ':30 Morning worship . 11:00

Morning service . . 11:00 B. T. U . . . . 6:30:
Rev. M. J. Fayson, pastor was a ,pleasure Christmas Evening service . . 7:00 GREATER NEW BETHEL Evening worship . 7:00:
Mrs. Lee Gray, reporter Eve a.m. to have entertained Wed. night study . . 8:15
Sunday School . . 9:30 lllshop D. C. Pope of the 8th Youth Fellowship Friday 7 p.m. I. Opa Locka Fla. THE INCARNATION
Rev. W. K. Smith
Morning worship . . 11:00: Episcopal District AMEZ Church, pastor
Evening worship . . 7:00 visiting his son and' family who On the first Sunday of the New Wilene C. Robinson, secretary 1835 NW 54th St.
live in Miami As our guest Year we will have ordination and I Sunday School . . 930 Father ElLsha Clarke, Jr., vicar
Sunday marked the closing of speaker he spoke In Sunday installation of Elders and dea. Morning worship . . 11:00 Winter Schedule Sunday

the year's worship and one to School, highlighted his expert cons and'' a service of dedicationfor Evening worship . . 7:30 Low mass . . . 7:30
remember. Beginning with Sun when he trustees. Church School, Bible Class 9:30:
ence served in the fore.
day School ST. STEPHENS BAPTIST Solemn Mass 10:45
the classes discussed Ign field, teaching and singing Sung :
"Christian Maturity." Being the with the chlldre In their langu. 1781 N.W. 73rd Street Jr. EYC . . . 6 p.m.
fifth Sunday, the missionaries age to the tune of American Greater Ward Chapel AME Rev. James P. Waldon, pastor Br. EYC ..... . . .6 p.m.

wore in charge. Our pastor de. I hymns and words' of the aame. HallandaleRev. Sunday School . . 9:30 Solemn Evensong . . 7:00:

livered the a.m. message speak. One, "Come to Jesus" and the 11 Morning Service . . 11:00 u p.m.
in,' on the duties of missionaries o'clock message, "The Wise Men A. J. Dagley, pastor BTU . . . . .6:00 WEDNESDAYLOW -
Mrs. Pearl Thomuson, reporter Mass . . . C30:
Watch night service began at 9 Evening Service . . 7:30
And Jesus" were one each to re Sunday School . . 9:30:
and after love feast, a powerful member and practice. Morning Service . . 11:00: ST. LUKE BAPTIST
NEW MT. ZION BAPTISTRev.
message was brought to us by the I On to the wa serv. Evening Service . . 7:00
pastor and it was enjoyed by all. parsonage Rev. P. W. Wllliarai, pastor
W. M. Mason pastor
fd dinner with his wife anddaughter
The pastor and congregaton at The ,pastor delivered a soul Rose and Mary Minter reporter Mrs. Burnesta Green, reporter c''
and Mr. and Mrs. John ,
the close of the holiday season stirring message at the morningat Sunday School. . . 9:30:
Chiles. After resting they went Sunday School .................._ 030 '
look back over the.,past year with the morning wo-ehlp taking Morning worship 11:00 Morning Worship . 11:00:

pride and to the coming year sightseeing through to meet a church a committeeto we hopeto his tetx from Joshua 15.26 BTU ..........._._._........_.___ 1:30: I DTU . . . 5:30:
with enthusiasm praying for the buy go when we change from the hoose ye this day when ye will Evening worship ........_ ,:00.. Evening Worship . . 7lUO:
and, house
for
almighty guidance for our con. nerve as me my
tlnued progress spiritually and present location. On to Key West, I'll serve the Lord." NEW MT. CALVARY SUNRISE M. B. CHURCH
Christmas a.m. He and pastor
financially. motored to be guests of our Pre At 7 p.m. Austin Hepburn the. 7103 N.W. 22nd Are. 3087 NW. GOth St.

Everyone was happy to see siding Elder and family Rev. A. assistant pastor spoke from Luke Rev. W P. Tirpley, pastorSis. Rev. II. DeLaughter, pastor
Mrs. A. Once out Sunday night F. Hooper. They enjoyed a day 2:100.At Ernestine Hart, reporter Sis. Clara Carter, secretary

after being ill for BO long. Let's to remember. Returning to Miami Sunday School . 9:30: Sunday School . . 9:30
pray for her continued recoveryand Monday p.m. and on through 10 p.m. the pastor delivered. Morning Service . 11:00: Morning service . 11:00:
all of the other sick and Thursday, Matthew Temple was another stirring meweg. The spirit Evening! worship . 7:00 Evening service . . 7:30
shut-in. We will look for you in part host. ran high and as the old year
end our hearts gladdened MT. SINAI BAPTIST
church came to an BROWNSVILLE BAPTIST
Sunday. We were highly honored by his messages
with inspiring
presence as he represented God from the paa>tor. Rev R. Thompson pastor Rev, S. A. Thomas, pastor
In ZIon, home and foreign King. Annie Pratt, reporter Mrs. J. S. Walker,. reporter

St. Matthew Freewill dora building. Sunday School....................... 9:3: Sunday School . 9:30:
2014 NW 1 Thank you' Rev. Ira McCall for Church of The Open Door Morning worship ........._... 11OC Morning worship . 11:00:
Rev. J. B. 5th Court the soul stirring message,In the l Evening!: w"rghip..N......._..... 7:00: BTU . . . BiOO:
Woodley, pastor p.m. rervlce. And the singing (Congregational) Evening worship . . 7:00:
Bro Nathaniel Thomas, reporter groups, Mrs., Lillian Payne ahd Kev. H. C. McDowell, pastor GREATER ST. MARK P.B.
Sunday School . . 9:30 two sons visited slater ,and reji- A. E. McNeal, reporter f CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
Morning worship . 11:00 tives, real ZIonltes,. worship and Morning worship . 11:00 1455 N.W. 63rd St.
YPCL . . . ...... 6:00 serve with us while In the city. Sis. Sarah Williams, secretary Christian Science Society, NW
Night service . . . 7:00 Sunday, Jan. 7 is our first Rev F L. Johnson, pastor Miami, holds Its services every
communion of the New Year. It; Sunday School i. 9:30: Sunday at 11 a.m. Booker T.
We, the members of St. Mat should something to every! Washington School. Testimonial
mean !
TEMPLE BAPTIST Morning worship . . 11:00:
thew, would like to congratulateour I sincere Christian. Spiritual., Evening worship . 7:00 meetings are held once a month,
good friend, Rev. C. J. Bur. Rev L. A. Thompson, pastor strength is our greatest need. the last Wednesday In each

ney and his wonderful'' family of Sunday School ..._.._. 9.31: Visitors and friends are Invitedto CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP month at 8 p.m. Indt
New Providence M. Baptist Worship ....___ 11:01I : worship with us. Let's start
Church for moving to a new Morning the New Year with, a personal I 220 N.W. 20th Street ROCK OF AGES M. B.
Evening Worship .-......._....... 731B :
church home. We wish them all I T U ..........N......N. ...N..MN eWl' spiritual revival. New members Elder O. U. Fann, pastor 67th St. and 18th Are.
of received in the church. Sister Browder
the good luck for the future. will be Mary reporterWe
The I First Sunday service will I be collecting broken, discarded& toys invite you to com and Rev. J, W. King pastor
No. 1 choir Is sponsoring 1 Morning service . 11:00:
an honorable musical as usual with the choirs singing Fellowship Is worship with as. Sunday School .. 10:00: '
program Pilgrim
The .ti.
jointly, The Lord's Supper will School . 10:00
given in behalf of Nathaniel Too. that will be mended and given to Sunday Evening service . 7:30:
mae at St. Matthews the second be administered' during 'the children who would enjoy having Morning worship . 11:30

Sunday In January at 3 p.m. morning and evening. any kind of toy. Mr. Julius LeeIs MT. AARON BAPTIST TRINITY C. M. E.
Members are reminded that
local Fel.
of the
the president
611 NW 4th St.
Sunday Is registration day. Let'lItart lowshlp. lie attended a work Rev. A. A. McCrarey, pastor
MT. CARMEL M. B. the New Year right. camp at Avon Park during the Mary Ann Turk, reporter Rev. E. A. Brown, minister
The ushers' board will lead the 81s. Julia Hammond, reporter
lie is treasurer of the
holidays. Sunday School . . 9:30
Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor prayer meeting for the next two statewide organization. : Sunday School . . 930!
Morning worship . 11:00
:
Mrs. Morning worship . 11:00
the sad
Christine weeks and missionaries
Cherry, reporter DTU . ...... ...... 6:30:
. .
Sunday
be In the enter the new year Evening worship 7:00
School :30 deaconeeses will charge A you i Evening worship . 7:30
Morning worship 11:00 two following weeks. The missionaries think of these things: "The net
BTU Bible Class (Wed.) to. 9:00: THE CHURCH
5:00 are preparing for their! year offers you fifty-two special

Evening worship 7:00 annual' New Year's Dinner. Sunday appointments with God. Libert? City Lutheran (Undenominational)
Test yourself, all how many you
Sunday being our Jut 4f In keep." Worship at some church. Carver YMCA Bishop J. Robinson, pastor
.v.
year and beginning our B. Rev. John Dede, pastor Llllle 0. Hall, reporter

new day in this year of 1062, NEW PROVIDENCE M. Sunday School . . 2:00: Sunday School . . 10:00
our P0 Preached a message Rev. C. J. Burney. pastor OAK GROVE BAPTIST Worship Service . . 3:00 Morning Worship . 11:30
that we should- not ever forget. SI. Claudia Wilson, reporter YPCW . . ._. 5:00

That ye may know the way that Sunday School . . 1:1. 1403 W.: N.E.Henderson 154th,Terr pastor ST. JAMES A. M. E. Evening' Worship . .. 7130

ye may go; because ye has not Morning Service . . 11:00 Sunday Rev. School . f. .:10 Rev J.. D. Blackaell, pastor ANTIOCH BAPTIST
passed this way before. 3TU . .. . . . 5:00Evening
1:09
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Horning Worship Sunday School . 910
. . 7:00 ;
Tuesday night Is our prayer service B. T. U . . . *:J0 Morning worship . lit00 Rev J. W. Stephenson, pastor

meeting night, come one, come We were happy to have enter.ed Evening Worship . Tao Evening worship . 7:00 M. T. Copeland reporter
all. into our new church on lot Sunday School .... 9:43
Sunday and we were so happy to ST. MARK'S BAPTIST MT. ZION AME CHURCHOpa BTU _?__ DM
friend and Morning worship . 11:09
lee ao many of our Rev. Joseph Bttftfc, ester Le ka Rveaiag worship .. 7:00
Dea't be a FreeloaJrl visitors present. 101 N."W. Had Street K.... H. 8. 'Grease, pester
Continue to pray for our success BveUs Bright Morning Star
Jla Your NAACP in the LOrd'. Prayer for our Sunday School .. . .:1. Oltaa reporter
membera Visitor are wel Morning worship . 11:99 Sunday School . t.2l (FREEWILL BAPTIST)
Support the Fight for sick DTU .. . . . .*.. Morning worship . H:|| SI9 NW 14th Terrace

Freedom come. Evening worship . . 7:10 Evening worship . . .:a. Rev. R. Smith putorit



I Little Lorrie Ann Jones the I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

daughter of Miss Thelma Jones, '
CARDS MEMORIALS died Jan. 2. Graveside services at I PAGE 12 SATURDAY Y, JANUARY 6, 1962

Lincoln Memorial Cemetery: wlll
be held this afternoon at :9 clock.; .- -

Jessie Evans of 21913 S.W. ST. JAMES BAPTIST

CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKS Services will be 'held oh Sat 115th Avenue in Goulds died on 323 N.W. 14th Street r .."

I urday morning Janyaryv.6, at December 23rd. Funeral serviceswill Rev. J. L. Jobnson,'pastor
family of the late, The family of the late, be held on Friday December
MRS JAMIE LEWIS REV JOHN B HEYWARDwish 10 a.m. at fit. Peter's American 29 at 2 p.m. at Francis Funeral Sunday School ................__ .:30
friends Catholic Church, 1811 NW 4th Chapeil' with Rev. Aaron Morning Worship ................ 11:00B. :
15 wishesto Home
who died on December to thank the many
thank the many friends and for all kindness shown them in Court, under Funeral the direction Home with of D. Hall officiating. Survivors Include T. U. .......-.............M............ &::30
the Range ,
Evening Worship ..._...._....... 7:30:
Evans
boards that were so very kind'' to their hour of breavement. Special the Rt. Rev. (H. Francis Wilkle, ; 1 son; Mr. Eugene ;
her during Tier Illness and death. thanks to Rev D. A. Bradley and Primate officiating The body 6 daughters Mrs. Mattle Lou NEW HOPE BAPTIST
Especial thanks to the Range the entire membership of Mt. will be on view in the chapel Sutton; Christine; Ella Mae; Lillian
Funeral Home, the Rev. S. A. Harmed Baptist Church to The 2 p.m. Friday. ; and Bernice Evans; 2 bro Rev. James E. Drown, pastor
Cousin of Greater Bethel A M. House of Albert for untiring ser- thers; Willie Evans and Dilson Bro. Vandall Bovan, reporter

E. Church, the Joint usher board vice and to all others whose Evans and several other rela- Sunday School ..?_._..._.._ 930
the Gardenia Circle Club, Nos. 2 names are too many to mention House of Albert. tives and friends. Morning Worship .........._... 11:00

and 16 Pall Bearers Lodges, Individually here. 'Mrs Gertrude Thomas of 2040 Evening Worship .................... 7:00:
and the Clarks and other neigh. sire Albertha Heyward, Mae
bors of 56th Terrace. wife NW 162nd St., Opa-Locka, died Mrs. Bessie Jackson of 2ND ST. LUKE M. B.
Helen K. Ward December 27. Services were held 21913 S.W. 115th Avenue In
and Jamie Bates Thursday at 2 pm. at Refuge Goulds died on December 23rd. 3261 NW 51st Terrace
IN MEMORIAMIn Church of Christ, Elder O. Eason I Funeral services were held on Rev James: C. Nelson pastor

officiated. Surviving' are a sister i Saturday, Dec. 30 at the Morn Sunday School . . 9:30:
IN MEMORIAMIn loving memory of our de. two brothers; several nieces and Ing Star Baptist Church. Survivors Morning worship . 11:00
voted loved one.JOHNNY, nephews. including Elder Kary are a son Benny, three sisters, Evening Worship . . 7:30
LOVE Bell -. Mrs Annie Mae 11111, Mrs. Mamie
loving memory of our dear who Bell Frazier and Mre. Ethel Lee ST., MARY'S C. W. M.
mother, grandmother ond great departed this life January
Burney.
grandmother, 3, 195 6. Mrs. 'Madeline Ward, pioneer Rev. E. A. Culmer pastor
MRS. ANNA CECELIA SMITH Gone but not forgotton. Miamian having come from her Mrs. S. Dawklns reporter "
who died on Jaruarry 2, 1934. We have mourned the loss of native home Key West more than Frank Mills of 363 NW 14th Sunday School . . 9:45

May she rest in peace, and one, 60 years ago, died December 29. St., died Dec. 26. Survivors in. Morning worship . 11:00
may light perpetual shine. upon We did our best to save, She is survived by a daughter elude his wife, Laura a ,brother, Evening worship . . 7:30
Beloved on earth, regrettedstill
her. Sylvia Myers; two sisters, Mes- William Brown
The Turner and Kemp dames Florine Williams with ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev.
Remembered in the grave
family whom she lived with at 1200 NW'''
May his soul rest In peace. James Williams of B and L O. W. Foster pastor
Mre. Annie Love, wife and'' 63rd St., and Zelma Johnson of quarters in Princeton died' Dec. Rachel B. Pratt, reporter

IN MEMORIAM familyDEA New York; two grandsons. Ser 24. Survivors are a brother and Sunday School . . 9:30
vices were conducted in the other relatives. Morning Worship . 11:00
In sad but loving memory of chapel Thursday at 2 'p.m. Reev.J. BTU . . . . 6:30
our dear eon and brother, B. Blacknell officiating.John Evening; Worship . . 7:00

THS Baby Girl Williams, daughterof
< ," ALLEN CHAPEL A. M. E.
'+ I Mr. and Mrs. Archie Williamsof
!'l.ti. Harris of 1430 NW lit
South Dixie
}a n ',',,' 11- Highway was Rev. R H. Johnson pastor
:" Ct. died December 29. Arrangements still born on Dec. 24. Graveside
.ti. ,,: 4 + are Incomplete. Cloe Sweeting reporter
Range services were held Jan. 3. Sunday {School .._.._._.........., 9:30

.., .. ...... ...--....,. Morning Worship ................ 11:00:
: : :,., ,a.", ", :* 1.J... :!:] Wayne Shackelford, 6) year CARD OF THANKSThis A. C. E. League/ .................... 0:00
old daughteer of Mr. and Mrs. Evening< Worship ..._............- 7.00:
William Shackelford of 10355 expression of gratitude Is
a ?;r } S.W 182nd St., Goulds died in extended to our many friends FRIENDSHIP M. BAPTISTRev.

her home December 31. Betides who with sincere and kind W. E. Sims, pastor
i her parents and several sisters thoughtfulness remembered us in Sis. Ruby Lee Carr, reporter

and brothers, she Is also survived the passing of our loved one, Sunday School . . 9:30
by her grandparents, Mr. and. Mn3. Lillian Jay. Morning worship . 11:00
Mrs. Neal ShackJeford. Arrange The flowers, donation of cars, Evening worship . . 7:00

ments are incomplete. sympathetic condolences and BTU . . . . 5:30:
other .personal' services rendered
have been most comforting to us. Mt. Pleasant Methodist
J Oreta Roberson, 5 year old Our sincere thanks to each and
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will everyone. May God's blessing ever Rev. William Mack pastor
r Roberson of 325& N.W. 46th St. remain with you. 2010 Lincoln Ave.
v t, r died January 1. Chapel services Mr. Milton Jay, husband Opa Lccka, Fla.

r, 4 will be conducted Saturday at 2 Mr Ernest Robinson, father Sunday School ...................... 10:00
p.m. ,__.011' Mrs. Josephine Davis, mother Morning worship ................ 11:00
':' ''Rev. H T. Davis, stepfatherMiss Evening: worship .....?...........:. 7:30

r"Nlil, liJi1)ill") Sandra Nesbitt, Dght. ST. MATTHEWS
Francis Mrs. W. B. Coffey aunt
PFC. BERTRAM CLARK .
Frank Mills of '363 N.W. 14th Mrs. Ida M. Hall, aunt Rev.; M. F. Clark 'pastor

who departed this life oh January .'I Street died on December 26th. Rev. J. E. Munroe reporter

6, 1955. Funeral serviced were held in the
He's gone, but his loving face, chapel January 3rd. at 2 run. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHOpa
.... .
1flll".i'? ::"' 'IIl\' 'III"JDIt" Illciude-'hl.- ffeLaura :
will never be forgotten.No I Survivors ; Locka
one could ever take your I Mrs. Doris White, of 2162 NW and a brother; William. Rev. W. J. Macon pastor
Place; I 1st Ave., died Dec. 31st at Jack Mrs. Sara E. McRa. Sec'y
We loved you, but Jesus loved son Memorial Hospital. She is
You best survived by her husband, Isaac, Charles Henry Swlndlee of 231 BETHEL BAPTIST
Sleep on and take your rest her mother, Mrs. Anna Ferguson, N.W. 7th Street died at his. home
Until that resurection morning, four sisters, Mesdames Helen on December 30th. Funeral arrangements Richmond Heights
Where we'll meet and never say I Carr, Florence Hamilton,. Gwen are incomplete. Survivors -ir Rev. L. R. Ross pastor
Goodbye.' dolyn Clarke and Miss Cora Fer. Include a brother; William
Mrs. Lillie IMae Clark.mother'' guson, and two brothers. Bertram MARTIN MEMORIAL

9 sisters, and 4 brothers and Albert Ferguson. Mass will Richmond Heights
:I be offered at 10:00 a. m. this Sat Charles Cambridge of 1435 N.
.SWYESTOTrHENCW
urday In St. Peter's American kV. 6th Ct., died on December ., SPIRITUAL BAPTIST
IN MEMORIAMIn Catholic Cathedral with Bishop 31st. Funeral services will be MARCH OF DIMES]
Wilkes as celebrant. Mrs. Whiteis jeld at St. James Baptist 10250 S.W. 176th St.
now in repose at the funeral Church on Saturday January 6th Perrine Fla.
aad but loving memory of home. it 2 p.m. with Rev. Johnson
.
our dear mother, pastor officiating. Remains will NEW HOPE P.O. CHURCHRev. SALTER'S CHAPEL

J. lie in state at Francis Funeral
Mrs. Connie Thompson, of 1311 Home Chapel beginning 6 H. C. Samuels pasta,. N.W. 48th St. and J7th Ave. .
Alexander Street, Tallahassee, p.m. Mrs. Evelyn Granger reporter Rev. II. J. Benson pastor
on Friday until 9:30: Friday
Fla., died Jan. 1st at Jackson Memorial
Sunday School .-..,... 9 40
Remains will lie in
night. repose -
Hospital Mrs. Thompsonwas at St. James Baptist Church Morning service .................. 11:00 BETHANY S. D. A.
in Miami visiting her daughter BTU _......_._._._-.._-_ &:311
Mrs. Ruth Brennon of 246 beginning 10 p.m. Friday until Evening worship ..,.,.....-..-... 73P Elder C. B. Rock pastor
NW 22nd Terrace. Other survivors funeral time Saturday afternoon : Mrs. Evelyn W. Tynes reporter
include a sister, Mrs. Jessie Survivlors Include his mother; SMYRNA BAPTIST 6001 NW 25th Avenue
Morrie. The remains were sent Mrs Ophelia Cambridge; 1 bro.
t to Tallahassee, Fla., for final rites. ther; Mr. Edward Cambridge; 2 1772 N.W. 62nr St. .. Jordan Grove M.
steters; .Mrs. Carnette Newbold Uornlnr worship 11:00 BJaptist
I and Miss Arnette Cambridge; Evening Torship 1:3. 59 4 S N.W. 12th Ave.
Mrs. Emma Neal of 1722 NW I Aunt; Mrs. Louise Newbold Rev. J. A. Swain pastor Rev.. C. H. Smith pastor
63rd Street, died Jan. 3rd at her
Uncle Mr. York Plnder and
; v- .
residence. A native of Gainesville -
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several other relatives fond
Fla. Mrs. Neal had lived in
,
Miami for more than 40 years friends. "Living Service for the Living"i

and was a member of Ebenezer
Methodist Church. Her survivors Mrs. Kathleen Parpaul of
include two sisters Mesdames 1124B N.W. 4th Avenue died at
,' M nY Callie Rollins and Rose Lee The Fla. State Hospital la Lantana .

Welch; three brothers, James Williams Florida on January 1st.
and Willie and Johnny Funeral arrangements at this
Home, two nephews James and time are Incomplete. Survivors
Emell Taylor and Alfonso Welch, Include 2 friends; Mrs. Minnie r
and a niece Mrs. Eloise Rollins Mears and' Mr*. Rosa V. Wll-
AUjJJ.: r .a wellknown beautician of this Jlams.. -
city. Local services will be held
t
MRS. ALICE BRADSHAWwho in ,Ebenezer Methodist Church I ,Miss Patricia Ecox \of

departed this life into this Saturday at 2:00: p. m. with 22260 South Allapattah Drive fo ; S
eternity January 7, 1961. the minister the Rev. Hall, of in Goulds, died on December
We often sit and think of you ficiating. Final rites will be held' 23rd In Goulds. Funeral services
and how you died you could not this Sunday in Gainesville Fla. were held on Thursday Dec.
say good-bye. Mrs. Neal is now in repose at the 28th, at 2 ,p.m. at New Betheel
Before you closed your eyes funeral home.. A.M.E. 'Church In Gould with \ Oscar L. Range funeral HomeM.
the blow was hard the pain sever Rev. C. D. Dixlon pastor officiat
,, even though we knew your ing. Survivlors Include her pa.
Little Dennis McKenzie of 1483 Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick
death wai near. NW 6th Court, was dead upon arrival rents; Mr. and Mrt. Lafayette Range, Mgr
God gave us strength to fight at Jackson Memorial HospitaL Roux; a brother Herman Roux
it and courage to bear' the blow. He is survived by his parents 5 sisters: Islca; Yasmae; Dorothy 5727 N.W. 17th Ave.
Only those who lost can' tell the Mr. James McKenzie and ; Joyce and Vernanchla
pain of parting without' a fare Mrs. ''Beatrice McKenzie. Chapel Roux; 9 uncles; 10 aunts and a OX 1-0131 OX 1-1343
well. services were held Wednesday at host of other relatives and

Janlee (Brown and Family 4:00 p.m. friends. I I





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i<'.. I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIQ.4,

Q1 $100 CASH $75 Month SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1962 PAGE 13
24>edroom furnished home a.;
with'front and rear porches.

1 Near N.W. 43rd St. and

17th Ave Move Immediate-

ly. No: qualifying. 1 1V

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SIX UNITS

$650 DOWN

LIVE RENT FREEA

FOR RENT HELP WANTED CBS structure with fenced

MALE OR FEMALE. 60 per cent yard, jalousied window, 'li
3-ROOM cottages, stotes aid commission. Men or women for only $12,600 total. See to- .
water furnished. $U Weekly\ door to door selling of top line .... '' ,
.. ;
569 NW 8th St. FR 7-2902.E. c08m ticli. Unlimited earnings. today. -.. ... ....... ,. ::1,
4619 NW, 22nd aVe. .!.;..:::....":... ."................,..... of ':
-e- ..... ... __.:;:... .....-: ,
PIOARD, W. arrange financing alto ....---:-:...".'.. -.......... ....... "",
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Rental Agency
FOR SALE -
Rental!, collections; property i .
Management, real .estate LOT in Rainbow Park area near TRIO REALTY @J fj ;
569 NW: 8th St,:, ER 7-2902 elementary school 50 x 105 ft. @ @) : 11I :
_____________ *, < Call NE 4-5705 for information 801 NW 54th St. ';::'
PL 9-8372 PL 9-S4S5 1tAIt: "11I
FURNISHED efficiencies, 'a11 LOVELY small house, buy like
utilities Included. $12.50 per rent, excellent neighborhood $50 NE 5-8745
week. 620 NW 8th at. FR 72902. down $22 per week. NE 55566.ORA YES TO THE NEW
'. : ,

3-ROOM HOUSE. Unfurnished. ....
-'iJ-"
'II
Call E. Picard Rental Agency.FR .
72902. DIITAYL0REALTY R MARCH OF DIMESSAY


FURNISHED 1 bedroom apts. O -

Large rooms, stove, refrigerator,
new furniture, 1 ,block from Not Better, but Best Homes, '
new highway. 4190 NW 32nd
ave. Business I'roperty And Land"Lincoln ; 3 Bedroom CBS

-e- .$345 down $69 Mo. 9
FURNISHED, < or unfurnished apt.
in Opa Locka ,area. Call NE Boulevard, home in Richmond '1759 N.W 50th ST.

4-0500 tile 'bath Heights., carporte CBS, 3 large bedrooms lot., Nice 2-bedroom on large I With Fla. Room (completely furnished),
Owner will sell
equity in the
FURNISHED Cottagfl. Hot and home. landscaped lot. Carporte.
cold water. Single gentleman Total price only $8,300. No $350 Down $60 a Month
referred. 1401 NW 58th Terr. Beautiful FHA home. 3 bedrooms qualifying. ''No closing costs.
enclosed garage, built in range
UEAlt three room cottage, fur- and oven, beautiful floors, tile Total Price
nishd utilities. $23 we !k. 1340 bath Only $700 down including $10,000FHA
NW 83rd fit. lit 3.3720. closing. SOUTH OF 54th ST.

Terms 1 Mortgage Only
I
down $75 Mo.
$395
QaU JItOO11 HOUSE unfurnished I -
2 bedroom home.
reasonable. Would CBS. Large
rental of lease, basis. Nice prefer loca. FJa. room, extra large lot and Custom built 2bedroomCBS 50 others to choose from
tlon. Call render trees. Carport, in a beautiful with Florida
'Realty" PL two room
neighborhood' in N.W. section.FHA .
9. 411,
low down and ,payments plus enclosed garage. No

ROOM, use of llvlhg roOm and monthly. closing cost McNicholas Realty

kitchen privileges, 3120 NW e eNEW
67th St. Come before 1:30: ,p.m. Beautiful home on extra large I
lot. 3 bedroom! Fla. room, furniture .
BEAtmiFUL two bedroom apart- optional. FHA or conventional 7927 N.W. 7th Ave.
ment, partly furnished, rang. terms arranged.Our $995 down
air condition, all electric kitchen,
adults only. 13$6 NW 64th St, PL 1-7592 PL 4.8853
listings on N.W. section 3Jbedroom, 2 bath CBS
FURNISHED room for nice pen homes and Liberty City homesare built in oven,and range. No
son, private bath, 1BQ6 .NW: large. Call In; for appointments .: qualifying, no closing.. Mutt ;
71st St. OX 1.3827 after p.m. on private or business
and Sunday. property. be 'seen to appreciate.

$I 8 PER WEEK, '2 bedroom un. e
BUY A HOME IN 1962Drive
St.furnlshel Also $16 house per, week 2332 three NW bed 66th Ora D. Taylor Realty Start the New Year home.right We
room Let us find you a
unfurnished duplex, newly Riff. Real Estate Broker
painted Inside' 136.3 ;NW.' 68th St:. will assist you with your
Phone HI _i.126,', '., ';:4208';.NW 7th Ave. financing by these nice homes and then come by our

EFFiCiENCY APt.::Wrtly"''fur Phone: 7595221:-I, CE 0-4240 PL7-8456 283 NW 79th ..LTimes' office and we will help you with the financing.

nished. 10U-NW.54tb' St. |36
----o--
per month. Call HI 8685.
.
HOUSE.--,,4'b-<,<4 :" 4rooms\,, ':', I If you drink like a fish 1. 1399 'NW 50th St. $500 down plus
2 b&tb,1; '
*25 weekly. Furnished] : : or:unfur:, :.SWJ 1M -i, DON'T DRIVE I Ads Pay Off! (Beautiful corner duplex) Small FHA closing
nished. Also. 'I *bdroon? atfts. : costs
Adults ., -
only. 137'NtV 25tVSt, 1
hone: Day FR 72198. Eve. FR
93530. j 26 2. 5875 NW 31st Ave. '-. $998 down

iIODERN. nicely furnished' room J. A. STONE REALTORBEST (Brand new corner home 3 bedrooms)

cooking privileges in clean I
Place. Call OX 1.4864. BUYS IN TOWN 3. 1043 NW 40th St. $400 down-$73.70 Mo.
ARE THE CREAM OF OUR CROP
THESE
BEDROOM APT. Unfurnished, (2 bedroom CBS. Florida room)
US month. Inquire 1720 NW
"Oth St.ROOM WE HAVE MANY MORE
4. 1319 NW 40th St. $400'down-$68.95 Mo.
'
In private home. Kitchen (Beautiful CBS home)
privileges and
Mme atmosphere. DUPLEX
Call OX 63737.Dl .
, 5. 7021 NW 29th Ave. $450 down $83.52 Mo.
DEAL 4 Pay one low down payment and let your tenant pay -
frame.: No deposit bedroom required.house Move, your mortgage. Only 6 years old. ,FHA terms. Total (3 bedrooms -- 2 baths ,

Tight In. I2 Per week. 3074 NW price $13,500.
465tl1 St. NE 4-3759. 6. 1923 NW 43rd St. $350 down63.30 Mo.


:FURNISHED UtlllUfll*. furnished.1 bedroom Call apt. NE All OPEN SUNDAY 1-5 $350 DOWN 7. 3025 NW 68th St. $400 down-$71.92 Mo.
.0500.FURNL.IJUED,
,
to FHA terms. Only $63 per
Nothing
more pay. "
....-..-....
one bedroom apt. month. Stove and refrigerator.
115 NW 18th St. PL 4.9069.
Adults, only These fantastic deals will be sold soon. Hurry I I We have over'500 others ;.
to\mlit't- : ..fIII. ... .. ,,- -. :: 4 Sj: ... rfvh\ ', .." .
"
trol1l'D: '!h.droomAptf( :'c7oas r. _R'., .v2950:.N.WV66th St. ..1'1 "n." .. ."r) 'We kre pen Saturdays end 'Stindaya'too { v
arT'Wasbfngton"High'Sehool.
, 1H7 NW 6th ave. Call .
66th St. .
Mrs. Ware CE 5-4606. 2961 N.W.
.
I AUDITORIUM- available f o r FORD REALTY Inc.
I Church use Call OX 60231.
,
J27 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS, ,FLORIDA ROOM
I _
j LOWEST RENT In town $14 for Unbelievable but true, this CBS home Is 'only$400 5524 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 7-2559

! z Bedroom apartment near new down, $77 per month. Located on 49th St,
highway, 3200 Nw 47th St.
Call Anytime PL 4-2648

2-BEDROOM furnished.HOUSE stove 1340 NW andeWerator Miami Times Classified Ads Really Sell

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Robert Kennedy
Film On Freedom RidersTo

PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JANUARY <6 Plays Santa to Tots
t#,# ##, #..,#" #" ,#,##" #" ,# #, ,###" ,.,,,,,,,#, Be Released
WB8T> PALM BDACH-(ANP)
4 t P Attorney General Robert F, The graphic story of the most
ALONG F.tEEDOMS', ROiD: ( Kennedy ,plaYed' Santa Claus for..
ride in tho of
children la the Negro ward at St.1tfary' I daring history Talladegans to MeetThe
By RUTH PERRYaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa -- Hospital, where his father America will be told to all America -I
is recovering from a stroke. on Lincoln's) birthday next

",""" .. ............ ..,..,...r"-.r''-::.... "'..'1''''''' .....y..y.y."y"_ aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa",, y.. y_ The attorney general made his I Feb. 12, when an epic documentary Club will Miami meet Talladega on Sunday College, Jan.

John Howard Griffin, an auth, possible' consequences his dark toy delivery Christmas Eve and film showing the courage 7 at 5:30: p.m. ot the home of
or of several novels and many skin color might hare, and after let the youngsters open one of and determination of the Free the Walter Anders, 6680 NW 9th
magazine articles, has lived the the, last treatment, shook Grit.fin's their ,presents while he watched dom Riders and the awesome ave. Guest of honor will be Rich
greatest part of his life in Texas. I But he told them that each would ard Scott, public relations director .
hand and: remarked serious mob brutality which they faced, and assistant to the '
have another packuge that was president.
After serving in World War II,
ly, "Now you go into oblivion." not to be opened until Christmas will be released simultaneously
he began his writing career in And Griffin himself, after he had Day, in cities across the nation. All loyal Degans are asked to
earnest. In the fall of 1959, shaved; his, head (there was no attend this meeting.
against the advice of all( his, possible way\ to change the texture Six children are in the ward Ina The film, which has been prod
friends, including the owner 0(' of hie hair) for the first Negro wing of the 250-bed hoe duced under the direction of the Parents and students who
,
Sepia an internationally distrib time, took a really good ;look> at pital. Robert Kennedy's gifts Congress of Racial Equality would like to confer with Mr.
uted'Negro magazine, Mr.. Griffin .' himself in the mirror. The changewas ranged from a big blonde doll In (CORE)' from pictures taken of Scott concerning attendance at
undertook' a personal assignment I so absolute that Griffin won. a blue dress for one girl to a the "Rides" through the Deep Tallad'ega should contact Mrs.
to find out what it is like dared with a sinking heart If' he space gun for a boy. A little girl South, is a stark naked revelationof Enid C. Johnson at OX 1.9541
to be a Negro in the South had not gone too far. For the face in a wheelchair received a eimu. an historic social revolution for an appointment.
reflected in the mirror was not lated mink stole. which actually took place before
"BLACK LIKE ME"The
that of John Howard Griffin, a I, the lens of the_ cameras! .in. .!the
results of Mr.. Griffin' white man, but that of an aging, hands of some of the Soutn's Jim Ethiopia Asks 200
bald Negro. Crow travel facilities and resulted
extraordinary journey throughthe
South are told in his recent in an Interstate Commerce
I book, "Black Like Me," publish. "I was Imprisoned in the fleshof 2! ACRES Commission ruling to end such Peace Corpsmen
I etf by Houghton Mifflin Co. of an utter stranger," writes Mr. travel, captured the imaginationof

doctor Boston ,in and New priced Orleans at $3.60., with A Griffin with whom"an I unsymathetlc felt no kinship.one All PALM BEACH ment the has world in recent as no years.other move- asked ADDIS for ABABA 200 American- Ethiopia Peace has

traces of the John Griffin I Corps members, official sources
bad
one misgivings, gave Lira accel. "All of,it.is there" of the I
one said
'
been
were wiped from
erated treatments of a medication existence. producers of the film said this
(a drug used in the cure of Even the een ses underwent a $495 week. "It's spectacular, it's ter- "Ethiopia will welcome these
vitiligo) which, plus the use of change so profound it filled me rifying and it's terrific. This is Peace Corps men with open arms
a sun lamp, caused his skin to with distress. I looked. into the 910 DOWN and $10 moath. America at its worst and at its as a gesture of goodwill and
turn black enough for him to mirror and saw reflected nothingof Only $405 full price. Dig friendship," the government
pass as a Negro. With a shared the white John Griffin's past 2/2! acre tract in PalmBeach best.The newspaper Ethiopia Herald
head, a dark skin, and a great No, the reflection Jed'' back to County only 48 mile ,, film is expected to be wrote. The Ministry of Educationsaid
deal of courage, Mr. Griffin be. Africa, back to( the shanty and from Miami, 4 recently viewed by an audience of more some will be in the field of
gan his perilous journey. From the ghetto, back to the fruitlesssruggle completed bard rock roads, than 3,000,000. The Feb. 12 showing education.
November 7 to December 14 he against the mark of a canals and a 92,000,000 has been set for the following
went blackness. I knew now that there construction' all cities Baltimore Boston
thrugh Mississippi, Alaba project : ,
ma, Louisiana and Georgia, by Is no such thing as a disguised within 1J4 miles show bow Chicago, Detroit, Jacksonville, Mothers Use
hitchhiking, walking and riding white man, when the black won't close tbU land IB to pro. Kansas City, Missouri, Los Angeles Why
buses. rub oft The black man is wholly Clean Montgomery New Orleans,
with
grew.' ground
a Negro, regardless of what he native grame. No interact,, New York City, Norfolk: Rich. SPECIAL LAXATIVE
He 'learned through first-hand once may have 'been. I was a mond, St. Louis and Washington,
no closing free
costs, ,Warranty
experience, as only a man with a newly created Negro who must go Deed, hidden D. C. I FOR BABY
dark skin can, what it is like to out my door and live in a world no
live always on the wrong side of unfamiliar to me." charged, title insurable. Proceeds from the showing of!I .You ieA west le lake ehaacw wtth
_ town, in cheap hotels and desolate Higher elevation than Miami the film will be used to further 'press tautkee.Tkrt's wbf ter wrM
rooming houses. He found It is interesting to note how Beach or Miami. Ref. the work of CORE. Local organ- TMTI BMthm bare r.UM..v0'
out how'difficult it was of. the transformation created in Mr. ercncos Miami Reach izations may sponsor a showingof tablet. "BABY 1USE." lists ee-
ten to try to get such an very Griffin a great loneliness, be. Chamber of Commerce, M. the film by writing to CORE, pedant aIIcI a.J grade for Infants
ently simple thing as a drink appar-of cause he felt that his former ex R. Board of Realtors. Come' 38 Park Row, New York 36, New ,Mnthire HMtteU. You ea rely ..
water; he learned what istence as a white man was now to our office for fall information York. his plMMM tartias amfert whes
a Negro imprisoned, In a strange body. maps and color 'war Shill seeds a kmfee.Ask yea
goes\ through
trying to find
bathroom sometimes having to a The change frightened him; it slides or, send 910) for full .slraild for "BABY EASE."
travel across a city's length to was unlike anything he had information and contract of
obtain these facilities. He found Imagined' it could be, for now purchase for your tract. Drive Carefully
out the difficulty and sometimes John Griffin not only appeared 10% discount for all cash. Advertise It Pays!
the danger of trying to find to be a Negro, he even felt the Money bock I( not satis-
place to sleep, to eat, to buy a a first stirrings" of being( a Negro fled In 80 day. 25 f....... ..... ,-
ticket to try to cash A lrftT w R deep Inside him, because his in M. B.SIHCfal .
_ check and very ofen ho learned transformation was to complete. We have a few
the danger inherent in even try. AN AUOIiniNG BOOK parcel. of 0 'acre* and up NEW CUSTOM BUILT HOMESSold I
Ing to walk down a stroot at the for albs acre with S0%
'wrong' time in some Southern: To really find out about Mr. down, balance over a 8
states. Griffin's journey into the land of year period without inter. 35 already-Demand so great

FIRST.HAND EXPERIENCE color, it is necessary to read his I eeL We hare built more
book and find' out at flret band Nat Ratner, Realtor

It is very true that no one who his many terrifying Interesting! M. B. Federal Bid See 3062 N.W. 60th Street
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can understand or know what It there is great hostility betweenthe JE.8-$U4 Open Sunday 12 noon to 6 p.m.
is ITce to be a Negro in the races in the South, but he al., Miami
South. 'o found out that there is de. Beach, Florida $500 CASH$23 WEEKLY
The doctor cency and kindness In
most
who
gave him the ENCLOSED: is .
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treatments Southern whites. Mr. Griffin
which
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was. worried
about the acre tract in Palm
Beach
habits and customs rather than
__ i Individuals for he continuing de County. Send contract, map Milton Rothman
nial of humaa rights to Negroes and data. If I am not sat
SEE THE SOUTH'S In the South. I recommend this idled within 80 day my 7287 S.W. 57th Avenue
LEADING COLORED book very strongly, for It is an money will be refunded.
unusual and interesting( docu. Phones
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HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS SATURDAY, JANUARY I, 1 fee PACE 1*
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DUNBARWe teams who hid been schetolmates raising. ''project,
a trip to the
and friend of Aarori Mr. ra&don Park Zoo, an outstanding Mrs. I. H. Pearson Retires
are gratetul this New Year and Mrs. James Woore and"sofl subeebd.
for another opportunity to work
of Palatka vested with the Me-
with children. We are grateful, On agenda, initiated by Mr.
Keaaiee.
too, that Mrs. Hawkins, of the Grove who are the
our William S.
curriculum assistant Mrs Jose parents of Mrs Moore (firunhil. Startup, & group die. From Juvenile Court

phlne White, and Rychard Cook de McKenzie.) cession entitled "Juveatta Delinquency
are back with ue after a severe Its Causes And
virus attack; an automobile accident Visitors Cures." Please Join with us od Mr. I. H. Pearson, Probation needed, especially in DeCouaty
and' a hospital check-up, re. Dorothy out of town' : Mrs. January 16 and share your ideas Officer attatched to the Juvenile Many more yoang
fpectlvely. We are grateful for Ward and daughter, people heuM investigate the op.
Delma to Dade on this community Court of Domestic Relations WM
City with problem.Mr.
the rapid recorery of Estella parents portuBitte offered b 7 Soetal
LaRhoda ('allowing surgery and and grandDarentu- : Mr*. ):k.th, Alston Scott, presidentMr. honored upon the oeeasJoa of her Work and the many avenues

for the fact that Mrs. Dorsett'a Burroughs to Riviera Beach for Issac Wears, principal retirement after ten years of de. open. An interest in people) Is
father, Herman Williams Sr., is Jones Christmas and with her mother' ; Mrs. Miss N. .Thompklne, reporter dicated service. She was presented basic plus thorough preparationIn
coming along slowly. her daughter Deniese; a good Graduate School. Social
with a silver Tea Service.
Ethlyn :
Evans
to Jacksonville Work is one of the most reward
Mrs. Theolus Underwood is the with relatives; also Humphrey Hair Stylist at Mrs. Pearson born Isabella ing of career" Ask Isabella
new name of the former Clara Mason to Jacksonville with Harrington Pearson, she can giveyou
Alexander whose wedding was asocial friends and' school mates; Mrs. Harrington was the youngest of the facts I
item of December 31, Bryant to Central Florida, Ocala I Modernistic Salon the 15 children of the late Mr.
Orlando, Eustice and Gainesville and Mrs Thomas Harrington of
Cora Culver's parents have to visit with members of the Bennettsville, South Carolina Portlock Re-elected
made formal announcement She in the rural
of large Blye family; The Round began teaching
her engagement and forthcoming trees to Savannah with relatives. schools of Marlboro County after
marriage and wo are expecting Tho rest of us stayed right here completing her high school workat YMCA ChairmanLouis
at least two other announcementsof and enjoyed' a restful period, the Academy of Claflla, com.
like nature in the near future! pleted her Undergraduate work H Portlock Jr. District
Amanda Franklin found her rrTr enrolled In the Atlantic School of Manager of Atlanta Lite Insurance .
Visitors included of course the mother much improved and now : Social Work and was graduatedwith Co. was re-elected to serve
college sons and daughters cable to talk when she arrived in a Master's !degree in 1940.<< ....
Sevia Adams ,
from Tuskegee; Aberdeen. Miss. Frankie made
Clarice Regina Jollivette. Howard her return trip from Atlanta by She came to Dad County in
; the McAllister girls, Bethuneand Jet! 1940<< to stay with a brother, the
Clark; Origen E. Colebrook, late W. J. Harrington who was
Grambling all have returned car, ill In 1941 she accepted employ
to their respective colleges Pert FRANCES S. TUCKERThe ruent with the Liberty Square I
Barbara Robinson spent the vacation t Nursery SchooL In January, 'r,
In New York with an Frances S. Tucker Elementary 1952 she became a Prrobation
uncle; Sharon Dean visited with P.T.A. held its monthly Officer. '
uncle Kelson McKinney of PhlladeJphla meetng on December 18, 1961. +
The Jac.c: Blanton, Chief Probation : c
for a day and the balance faculty and student body p'
Officer, in commenting on Mrs.t'earson's .
of the holiday in Winches presented a beautiful program
ter entitled "Come With I i work said that she had i l
Va. Sing
as guest of her uncle and us. C.bw 1A
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accepted the challenge of a difficult
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Da. A written report outlining the job, working ions hour ,at A
vis Effle
(
Aaron Bethels McKinney) The gist of the P.T.A. District meet I low salary for seven )years she
have as holiday Inp held in Ft. Lauderdale. De. handled delinquent as well as I fl flS'
guest from Boston. Barbara Lua- cerober 2, was submitted support case*. She built a depart ..
caw, a B. U. classamte of by Mr. ..wi' .. ., .1.1
Ros. Alston Scott and Mrs. Edith tent from nothing to, one where
lyn and as drop.ln guests, some Sands Delorts Ellison a 1961 grad. the majority of cases referred, to
members of the ,pro football and friend's' for making our fund uat e of Northewestern Senior the Court were solved..

ft.___ ,_. 4.. .. I High School of Cosmetology, has
"" Mrs. Chastaiv her Immediate
,
completed her internship in hairstyling
under the guidance of superior, stated that Mrs. Pear.son's .
Mr. Beatrice Moore and Mrs. cases load was chenomlnal I
Sallie Collins. For that youthfullook often averaging. 28 per month .1
NOW I I ror which .
: OPEN let Delores style your hair. I Investigations, preparations .-
She is also Mrs Collins' assistant and serving of papers
chairman of the Board of
B (all over Dade County) and pre. is
at styling weev hair Call FR
Management of the CarverBranch
Dentations were done by her. For
4.9944, the Modernistic
Beauty Mrs. Pearson, the welfare of the YMCA He will also con
Under New Salon 826 NW 3rd
,
Management! ave. hlldren Involved was uppermost tlnue to serve on the Board of
; she had a rare Insight In. Director of the YMCA of Greater

to family problems accepted no Miami.
FOR SALE excused and insisted upon facts. Ilev. William F. Savoy, mints-
Jack's ter of Grace Presbyterian
Drive-In A resident of Goulds for 20 Church, was elected to serve as
NEW HOME years, Mrs. Pearson has piled up vice chairman and Miss Helen
mileage equal to several trips M. Dorsett, head librarian of
Direct from builder around the world during her Dixie Park Library, WM re.
work In this county. She retires elected of the board.
as secretary
Cor. 13th Ave. & 54th St. 1073 NW 64th St. in good 11045 health W 216th to her Street cozy to homeat in. Members elected to the boardof

Open Sunday 3.5 dTilge her hobbles of fishing management were Nelson D.
p.m. ,
gardening and 'poultry raising Adams, M. I, Bannerman, Char.
CAPPER CONST CORP. les Lockhart, Samuel O, Cohen,
"Social Work Is a broad field i and Mrs. Jessie Trice,

Specializing in Home Cooked Food where many more people areCareCraft' I Members re-elected to the
---- --- board were Henry H. Arrlngtoo,
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Miss Helen M, Dorictt, Rev. Ed.
WORLD'S LARGEST HOTDOGS ward T. Graham Eugene K*>mp,
School for Nurse's AidsTen H. Daniel Lang, Benny O'Berry,
Willie Parker and Jefford Smith
HAMBURGERS MILK SHAKES
SHORT ORDERS Other members of the board
Weeks Course Day and
Classes
Evening
BARBECUE RIBS are Dr. Edward J. Braynoa Jr.,
AND CHICKENVrTfjsriraiFrT Alexander W. Brooks W. 0.
Enroll for classes first in
now forming week January Cogdell Rev. Henry C. McDowell

Tffi Farley B. Newman, Mrs.
Have a Lifetime Profession Clora Pearsall, Louis II. Port

lock Jr., Patrick Range, Garth C.
CURB SERVICEEllis 1711 West Street Reeves, Dr. George Simpson
Flagler
Rev. William F Bivoy, Arllng.
ton Rands, Oscar Weaver Jr., Dr.
Williams, Prop. FR 9.7357 H. Melton White and Robbl.

Wright Moses L. Perry La execu.

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TO APPEAL ALA. CASE PAGE 16 SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1962
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Last Friday, after a thee.dar federal Constitution. *$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ .. ;

hearing, ,Circuit( Judge Walter B, NAACP attorneys said, before RUPTURE 1Ut0T4L *
Jones Montgomery, Art., ruled1 \ the'Judge made hU decision that DISEASES :: NEED CASHY
that The NAACP is per antl1t. they would appeal it he made the Office Treatment;f )tow If (1.)0
,
ly banlriied from doing yk ssq njunctton permanent! WE MAKE AND REFINANCE MORTGAGES ,
in Alabama. Cost Free Examination, .,. WE BUY LOTS AND HOMES i
orgsuisatlon\ The U. S. Supreme Court had t'
DR. LONG'S CLINIC
He ruled that the ordered a hearing on the state's CALL
"has been and continue to do request for a permanent injunc. 1545 SW 1st St. Mo (1.)0Wo
business" In the state despite a ion on or before Jan. 2. FR 8..7<<8' ?, Ronald I. Baron JE' 2......343
temporary injunction issued mor Mortgage BrokerIILVht
than five years ago, and that It
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of operated!State law in Alabama without in registering violation Got Something to Sell? ? ? Try a Times Classified Ad .,. MIAMI BEACH !WI /"tfJVUn QPf ,

as an out-of-state corporation.
The Judge ordered the NAACPand SEEKING CLUES 0$ $ $ $ $ $ $$ $ $ $ $ $0w

its agents, employees, attorneys .
"and all persons la active>>
concert or participation with the 'Cream of The Crop"LOVELY
organization to refrain from ,1"
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; from organizing and' con HOMES OPEN
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Old qult1 U tv.Mton, III\ i y I
? bedrooms; fence, garage,.more right in. No qua Ii.fing. .
Through tax deduction you : : .
may be able to cut medical costs
Most people remember to deduct
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obvious items such as doctor and On theory about the cans of many birth defects,with which 250,001
hospital bills, lab tests, medicinesand Infants are born every year In the UJS., Is that they may be cxtued 5001 N.W. 12th AVENUE
f deficiency of vitamins and minerals. Above checking out that theory, U
premiums for medical Insur Jerald Collins,laboratory research worker,who Is working on a March of
bedroom location lots.
Gorgeous 3 best 2
ance. However there are many Dimes grant to the University of California Medical Center In January, on corner
deductible expenses often over.* !'the March of Dimes hopes to raise sufficient foods" for wider research Into Must see. $1,500 down.
looked. birth defects and arthritis,and continued work In polio
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Medicines such as aspirin or
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laxatives.Vitamins or tonics Ukea on the Luxury 5320 N.W. 9th AVENUE
advice of a doctor
Lovely CBS home. Fla. room, hardwood floors, tile
Special foods and beveragesyour roof.

doctor orders. 7926 & 1934 N.W. 51st Terrace.
Part of school tuition' that is ,. .' .:: .... .
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