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Title: The Miami times
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Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: January 13, 1962
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39TH YEAR, No 20 MIAMI, FLORIDA,. SATURDAY,',JANUARY 13, 1962 18 PAGES 10 Cent



Eugenia Thomas Freed Ins I CITYCOMMiSSION NAMES .1



SLUM CLEARANCE GROUP


Murder .-.- --
Conpiracy 4 Negroes On MONTGOMERY


Advisory CommitteeAt

Henry and Simpson Bound a meeting of the City Com. AIRPORT 'u. "

mia'ioncrs on Dee, 20 e resolution '

was adopted establishing? a. REMOVES, SIGNSAll
Over For Grand'Jury Action Citizens' Advisory Committee "to
White" and "For
review the problems related to the "For
I neighborhood rehablltatlon and Colored" signs at the Montgom.
By ELLIOTT J. I'JEZE The hearing was also held Into slum clearance and to act In an ery, Ala., municipal airport were
the killing of Mrs. Beatrice"Tiny" advisory capacity to theDirectorof painted over Friday, but officials
Mrs. Eugenia B. Thomas wife Dunaway of 896 NW 60th Neighborhood Rehabilitation decided to "wait we" before re.
of former Municipal Judge L. E. St., which occurred on Oct. 2$, moving all chairs and locking the
and the City Manager
Thomas of 1656 NW 5th place, at 1661 NW 6th place restroom facilities
was freed of charges of "conspir were
The following
acy to commit a felony* resultingIn Henry was the first arrested in appointed to serve persons for a term of If Negroes tried to Integratethe

a murder" early Tuesday the case, and was initially twp years: Bernard Jaffe J. J. place In large numbers, City
charged with first degree murder.
bornlng following combined Commissioner Frank Parks said
coroner's inquest and preliminary Henry named Simpson, who In Hersh all facilities, Including the rett.
hearing. The hearing was he d turn Implicated Mrs. Thomas and
Green
Mrs. Juanlta Hamberry I Stern, William Jlersh Broyrn taurant, would be closed.
the fourth floor of the bad Millings
on has been named Mothers' March William J. Owens, Dr. Elmer'' A.
County Courthouse before Jus The signs were removed on or
chairman of the Central Division.
J. J. Kl
Lice of Peace Ralph Ferguson Jr. PROMINENT ATTORNEYS Holaey Gray, Jr., Central Division Ward, Charles Hartley, Elizabeth dens from U. S. District Judge
Reeves,
lak Garth
and lasted well beyond the mid. Jr.
Frank M. Johnson
chairman, has announced
night hour. The tour defendants were rep.resented Virrick, Edward Czarneskl,, and

by a battery of some of Mrs. Hamberry, assistant prin Ray Mathes. Plans were made to close all
Judge Ferguson eald that the the finest and most prominent cipal for guidance at North Dade facilities If Negroes tried to
,evidence presented in the case legal talent In the community. Jr. Sr. High School, will directa Mrs. Dlake King was appoint "flood Into" the airport terminal
did not show "probible: cause"on The well\ known Atty. Henry fair canvas In the Central Division ed for a two-year term to !Serve Cltv Attorney Calvin Whltesell
the part of Mrs. Thomas !In and his luwoclate Atty. William Tuesday night by hundreds of as a lay adviser to the commit said.

"connection with the charge B. represented, Ut"IU'7lohn volunteer mothers.Contributions tee
Achor a former assistant state The group will hold its initial Three years ago Montgomery'sparks
The other defendants in the attorney, represented Simpflon. received during meeting on Tuesday in the offices were closed when the fed.
case Aubrey W. Henry Jr., Former Circuit Judge Vincent C. !. the Mothers' March, major even) of City Manager Melvin eral government ordered them
'27, of 1322 NW 6th court and Giblin represented Mrs. Thorn* In the March of Dimes annual I Reese. desegregated
,Clarence Simpson who hat no and Millings was represented by January campaign, will be used
known address were bound Atty. Jerry Moeca. Achor and in the continuing fight against
'over to the Dade County Grand Moocn were court appointed. All arthritis birth defects and polio.

Jury on charges of first degree of the., defendants pleaded not
murder. ''The fourth defendant} guilty at the beginning. ..of the Mrs., Hamberry pointed, out, Man Arrested In Per.rine l
Joseph*' Mllllnga Jr. '37, who' hearing Friday night. IA that more than 1,100 Dade
was the last person to be arrest r Country polio patients look to the
ed in the case, was alto set free *I.tMt Slate Attorney Roy National Foundation for assls
by Ferguson for the same roea- Lee Jones 'was the lone represeotatlve tance in their battle for recovery. -
non as that stated for Mre. for the state .at the hear. For Holdup Killing

Thomas. Ing Friday night I "We have wen what our health "
program has done In conquering to
HEARING BEGAN FRIDAY STATE'S WITNESSES polio," she said, "and we intend I A member of a two-man tick {them and demanded money.

to bring similar help to the vie* up team who shot at ,three llex.IcaD '
The trio said they had no mon.
The began last Six witnesses" were called by
hearing Fridayat
migrant workers, killing one
tlms of these other crippling dlseases .
and the bandits tired "thre
7:30 p.m., ran until early Sat. the tnte on Friday, and with In and injuring another in an at ey "
brday was adjourned until Mon. the aid of those witnesses the our community tempted robbery Sunday, has or four shots, hitting Garcia In
the chest. Struck in the left aide
day at 7 and ran until 12:46: a. state built up A very powerful been arrested by Metro detec.
of the facer Martines wa treated
*
):D. Tuesday before a ruling was tlves. :
announced.rwncHoFmMNJ. Continued on page 16 POLICE DOGS I at the Kendall Hospital.
26 of
Earl "Kitty" Jones ,
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FLUSH CARTHIEVES 10465 NW 108th St., was charge I
ed with first degree murder in SAFETY IDEAS CAN I
BURNED MONEY BELIEVED TO the fatal shooting of Aurelio T,
Garcia, 54, of 10523 SW 180th
I WIN SAVINGS BONDS
A search of a North Dade St.

BE A & P HOLDUP LOOT ended thicket In following a long car chase Jones, who was placed in Dade Goad safety suggestions! will
the
of three
arrest
men County Jail, refused to name hl, pay off handsomely in United!
Monday accomplice police said, States Savings Bonds for Miami
Six boys playing, on a vacantlot members are searching the area Metro 8gt. Robert Craig began area high school students In a
at 69th at. and 33rd are on for the rest of the loot and the the chase when he spotted The victim's father, Juan, told January contest of the Greater
Sunday found several stacks of shotgun, he said.COURT in Opa Locka taxicab that had police that he, his son and Paulo Miami Auto Safety Crusade
charred paper money and scorch been reported stolen. The three Martinez were walking along sponsored by Plymouth andDodge
ed colnj. They told police that men riding In it poured out of 180th St. at 104th ave. shortly dealer of Dade County. i

they also found a shotgun near the cab at NW 17th ave. and after midnight Sunday when the Designed to help make residentsof
the pile of, money, but threw it ORDERS 107th st and into a nearby two robbers, came up behind Miami and its environs safety I

,away. thicket. conscious and to prevent traffic ,

Polite connected the discovery DADDY GRACE'S Arrested after a search by police ., accidents, the contest is open only

with the last May 26 robbery} of aided by two Miami police to .tudenu'ot Dade County high

.' the A and P grocery store at 3301 SUCCESSOR TO dog units were Theodore John schools
Twelve prizes of U. S. Savings
23 of 2580 NW 155th
'NW 62nd it., when four armed ton Ter., ,
,
Bonds Include of
two first prizes
4Sr
Nathaniel Fulton 21, of 1116NW
bandits with sawed-off
shotguns,
STEP DOWN "" $'0.00 maturity Series "E" bonds,
27tb ave., and Johnny' C. 5545
ran through the same vacant lot one each to a boy and a girl student \1
after sticking up the- store, police When Charles (Sweet Daddy) Major, 22, of 2606 NW 165t1& fit for the safety idea sugges.tlons .
lei. Charges were not filed Immtd,.
,1& Grace died almost two years ago, rated best by a special committee -
Harman Woods and William I he did not let his mantle fall on ately. of judges. There are 10

Simmons were arrested near the a successor and that has disturbed additional prize of $25.00 savings l

scene and charged with the robbery the peace of the United bonds each..
but were sentenced to 20 House of Prayer for AH People.A SUSPENDED GA. The "Safety Idea" contest is

.',years In prison, for another crime neither a slogan nor essay contest
before they-,cogld be claimant to the robes of STUDENTS but entrants are asked only i
brought to
triaL Daddy Grace has been ordered by .to submit, in not more than 50 I (
the federal court to lay aside his STAGE SIT-IN words, their own suggestion for "f.
The money was burned by a golden tuxedo until the group I improving driving safely, passenger '
recent fire in the lot Sheriff To1e11y !! duly elect.'bop. Thirty Negro students of Albany .' safety or pedestrian safety.
said Metro Crime Lab State'Col le, who were Complete rules and official entry -
suspended last month for taking ,blanks: are provided in-Janu ,,.....t
MeCuttoagh ( Waah.Ingten'
Walter .G
." -, ,, topsail1"HHI&tJ9tt.:depletio" ofAll "Dbde. Cototy\ :, ::,.,
t -1r as toldlptSidke;: > eev: Ut.: JzV:: htch'schoof tewspapevz :or *- ", ;: .
L.*.Jlarf"'to halUalt.-*4drtU* ':slot- eds'sltaa'aalitxtdthe : : maYbe
In keeping with his position be. president' office In an effortto Mid obtained on request at any
i
Plymouth or Dodge dealer's
fore Grace died. get a hearing Monday. ;
showroom In the Miami area.
They said they were preparedto
His opon ats may that MeCol stay all night but disbanded Contest entries are to be mailed
lough promoted himself to be when President William II. Don. Wilfred Alexander Thompson, to "Safety Ide.." Contest Greater -
bishop, and visited their to talk to their of Miami Auto Safety Crusade
nis agreed mortician, died suddenly a
P O. Box 1269>> Miami 1.
churches throughout the East Florida .
spokesman heart attack on: Sunday at his
I era United States wearing a gold and must be postmarked prior to 4
GET A RAINBOW tuxedo, walking on white satin The demonstration resulted lathe home In HaJtaadale. midnight, January 21. IDe%.
arrest of more than 700 Negroes Mr. Thompson was well-known
runners, attended by "Grace Winners will be announced on ..
ifittTCff T00AY! guards and girl In cocktail and disciplinary hearings In Miami. Some years ago be February 7, an4 prizes awardedat :
dresses fanning him." were held at the school for student moved to Hallandale where !If that time .
participant Their spokesman I established and operated the The Theme of the Safety Crusade
Election for a successor to said that the students were I Thompson Mortuary. He is sur- January 14-31, is "It's Great
Grace has been IChl.<4ued! for trying to meet with the presllent. rind by his wife Madelyn Rob. To Be Alive In Miami Drive
March 1. rts-Tbompson. Safely Please."






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IE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Jake Gaither Nominated For [Monthly Meeting of

PAGE 2 SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1962 Tuskegee ClubThe

Coach Of Year Award
Tuskegee Club met at the

CHICAGO (ANP) A. 8. APCA were eligible to vote. beautiful home of MM. E. c,

r Holmes Ends 4th Quarter .Take Gaither, coach of the ram. Thomas for the December meet.
ing. After regular business
paging; Florida A and M University TOP DISTINCT COACHESIn was
Rattlers football team, has transacted the president! John
been nominated, along with seven District IV, Gaither led the Capers, gave the surpriii&g an.
other small college coaches, nouncement of his retirement if.
balloting with 84 votes, follow
With 'A' Average for the 1961 Kohak Award to bo ter serving successfully the
ed by Stanley Galloway, South
presented to the small college schools, community and the
coach of the year later this eastern Louisiana (&1& and Wll- Tuskegee Club most efficiently.
Ga.-ANP) Ham. mittance to the University. A burn Tucker Tennessee Poly-
ATHENS, month, according to an announce. :Mrs. Ora D. Taylor, with his
1lton Holmes and Charlayne Hun. tance federal of Judge Hamilton ordered the and admit.Miss ment by the American Football technic institute (47)). blessings and the sanction of

iter the two young Negroes who Hunter In January, 1961. Coaches ABs'n.The Hit famed Rattlers won the those present, was selected at
broke the school segregation bar. nominees for the top! mythical national!: Negro foot. president Of the Tuskegee Club.

tier In Georgia, have Just com. Holmes has been on the honor award in American coaching were ball championship by defeating the January meeting win he
Dieted the Fall Quarter at the roll at the University every selected on a regional basis by Jackson State in thef Orange held on Saturday at 8 p,m. at the
fcnlvenslty of Georgia. quarter that he has been enroll 834 of their fellow coaches who Blossom Classic in Miami last home of Mr. and Mrs. John
ed at the school. Miss Hunter reviewed season performance on month. Gaither and the Rattlerswere
notified Capers, 3117 NW Und St. All
The University has D during the
posted a average
the field and through game movies the subjects of a featured
: he made a straight but she made the members active or Inactive, are
31 rtmes that Fall Quarter, before their ballots.
casting article In Sepia Magazine, na.
attend.
to
\ record in all courses taken dupe honor roll during the Spring Only active members 'of theCO1.LAPI4ES lonal Negro publication, recenty. requested
ing the Ml Quarter. The serious quarter, with a B plus average. Next Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.
studenl -
minded ytmng premedical !
blade A plus in physics, Aphis Holmes plans to take organic
in economics, A in zoology chemistry, l story, comparative FROM "TWIST" I

:ati3 A In German. anatomy and German during the Got Something to Sell? ? ? Try a Times Classified Ad
coming Winter quarter 300-Pound Woman
Holmes is the same young man ,
who was described by attorneysfor Holmei hopes to get his medi .
the University and State of cal training In the state of Georgia. Dances to Death

Florida a* not Qualified for ad. 'Core-Craft' School for Nurse's AidsTen
Portsmouth, Va. (ANP) -
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A 300 pound, 51-year-old wo.

Hides Head Under Bed. I man collapsed and died here Weeks Course Day and Evening Classes

during the holidays after doing
Enroll for classes forming first week in January
now
'Set Hearing For Man AccusedOf the twist.

Mrs. Emily Scott was a guestat Have a Lifetime Profession

Killing Wife Cuts Up Body ) the. Most Club's fourth an

nual holiday dance when she 1711 West Flagler Street

collapsed at her table after re-
'DETROIT (ANP) The turning from the dance floor FR 9.7357
murder examination of a. 27
who killed his wife where she had done the twist.
:year-old man *.'i--*. ".-i-s---' --
:and partly burned her body after The new dance craze was one sTg"s ,
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has been - -
backing the body up of the step assayed by some cf
postponed until Jan. 16. the guests at the Invitational
He i L1 James: L. Howard, 'who Is
celebration, which began at 9o'clock STAR MEAT MARKET
first degree mur.
charged with\ fi Christmas night. K!rtultClark's
ter to the Nov. 6 death of his orchestra played for the
estranged wife, Mrs. Lee Howard affair.
:43. mother of two. 1520 N.W. 62nd Streetaj&
The victim was: a native of
Howard was arrested after the and
lifelong resident of Portsmouth
partly burned toso of his wife General Hospital, where _. .
was found in two garbage recep 4&C
f= she was pronounced dead on ar-
:tacle. rival.
THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
Homicide detectives said they

found the head ofa plan woman .
wrapped in paper and con. ? a
cealed in a suitcase, under the MIAMI TIMES ADSDON'T I
bed ,at Howard's ,..ddr B8. t Fresh Meat- Low Prices

In an exclusive interview at s THEY PA >
Wayne County Jail, Howard denied n ,Sf 't
slaying his wife. He ac- ,
rued his wife of taking her own
life. However, he admitted dls.
membering her head and tryingto For The Finest Apartments at Moderate RatesCallBONDED
burn it 'because I knew the
cops would pin the murder on
CIRCUS GIRL One of the
me. many ,lovelies who glorify "The
However, according to Detec. Greatest Show on Earth" Is
tive Robert Carlton of Homicide Francesca Disbinl. Ringling
Bureau, Howard admitted the Brothers and Barnum and Bal. ,,
murder of his estranged wife. ley Circus opens at Miami Beach .
"
Detective Garton said Howard Convention Hall, Jan. 24-28. -
told him he choked his wife to Tickets are' on sale at the Hall ". "

death ,and then went to a and all Sears stores. V RENTAL .
r.fl
neighborhood hardware store
where he purchased a hatchet, a
knife and a ball of twine, which
he used to dismember the body NoticeAll
:and tie it up.
members of Seminole chap. AGENCY INC.
Howard said he attempted to
ter No. 17, OES are requested to !
:burn the body in the furnace, but .,. ,
be present tonight (Friday) at
was unsucce sfu1. Next he rise
8 o'clock at the Masonic Temple,
carded the torso in two nel&h-
'borhood garbage cans, and hid 1742 NW of 3rd the ave., for the first The largest collection and rental
meeting new year.
the head under the bed In a suit

cae. Meetings are held every second agency in the South; operating in
Howard was arrested several and fourth Friday nights of each ROBERT IIOWLAN
days later, when he attemptedto month.
cash a check at the branch of District Manager Dade and Broward Counties'

a bank he had a $40 account. Mrs. Hattie Nottage, W.M.
The postponement was request.
Negro
ed by Darnard J. Gleger, attor- Mrs. Jannie Rocker, Sect. Housing area*.

ney for the torso slayer, who told
Mrs. Bernice 1
the court that he had just been Fleming Rep.

retained to defend Howard and Admiral Beneby, W. P.
needed additional time to prepare MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
his defense.
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SATURDAY. JANUARY 13, 1962 PAGE 3 I di. r p ; .



National PublishersTo

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Chicago The National News. and I president of the recently r\ OY

paper Publishers Association will I,NNPA formed Amalgamated

hold,, Its 1962 Mid-Winter Work :I Publishers Inc., will direct ad, HAM TO
shop in Washington, D: 0. Jan. I vertising session with a report on r 1.
20.27, at the Dupont Plaza Ho'l I
API: Thin session, set for Fri. pl u
tel. 'It has been announced by
day afternoon, will be further
John H: Sangstacke NNPA
concerned with the "Outlook for
and head of The Chi.
president '
Increased Advertising" and "Co.
and the Defender M
cAgo Defender operation of Publishers in Selling !.
-Publications. Advertising"Doards 0

Mr. Sengstacke will keynotethe of Directors meetingsfor -
conference on its theme, NNPA and API will be held I

"The challenge of 1962" as a Saturday morning, Other pro. I
lead-off to a variety of sessionon gram participants Include P. I.
matters of concern to members Prattle, Pittsburgh Courier;
of the publishing business. Claude Barnett, ANP; Daniel
Treatments of the Russwurm I Day, NNPA press bureau chief;
Awards and National Negro John Jordon, Journal and Guide j a ks S
Newspaper Week are aleo scheduled Howard B Noods, St. Louis Argus ,.
for the first session with ;. Chuck Stone, WashingtonAfro
Thomas W. Young:, publisher, American; Frank L. Stan.
The Norfolk Journal and Guide ley Louisville Defender; Fred
Moss II. Kendricx, respectively, D. Sengstacke. ; John Oliver,
chairing the discussion. Baltimore Afro American; L. M.
Quinn, Michigan Chronicle; C.
William 0. Walker, publisher, C Dejole, Louisiana Weekly; E.
Cleveland Call and Post, is Washington Rhodes, Philadelphia Mae Madrid, one of the coun The promotion met with great tion for 1063
chairman of the Production Session Tribune; James Murphy, try's leading models is shown success at the well attended Miss Madrid distributed attractive '
programmed to considernew Afro-American Newspapers; House Ho. Doule of the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority !? illustrated leaflet and
and. Kenneth O Wilson amidst the Hampton booklets with her usual prof" .
processes techniques Chicago De and was Instrumental in 'I I
Dr. C. 13. Powell, publisher The I fender; Sydney Smith, API and tel display in the lobby of the helping the Miami delegation slonal flair and made quite a hit
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I Fifth Annual AKA Holiday Breakfast I :

The members of Gamma Zeta The dance was held at Holmes -+-

Omega chapter of Alpha Kappa Elementary School on Dec. 27 r I
Alpha Sorority again treated a Approximately a hundred and Council Meets
group of senior young ladle and
their escorts to a gay time during seventy-five persons were In attendance Human RelationsAt
the festive holiday season. at this early morning I NEW PATIO CLUBAdmission I

The AKA Breakfast Dance !U affair which lasted from 8 aon. Daytona y yr
the first In a series of activitiesof until 12 noon. Highlighting the ,
the college premiere program morning was presentations of The annual membership meetIng .
which has as its objective the gifts to the girls by the Daisdens, of the Florida Council on
rendering of pro-college service Soror Edna Williams! a brief
to high school senior girls. Preceding ,talk by the scholarship winner of Human Relations will be held at r
the breakfast dance the i last ;rear Regina Jolllvette who Dethune Cookman College In 500DAILY "
girls were invited for an "Even was home from Howard Unlver. Daytona Beach Jan. 20,
fag of Charm." a get acquainted City f,Jr the holidays and the :de.
meeting held at Northwestern lectably: hearty breakfast itself The meeting will set the major I .1
Senior High School. It was fa- emphasis for future program.
As the worn cliche goes "the DOUBLE
deed a charming evening. A minI, choose the leadreihip to ,
cong has ended,, but the melodyof
representative group from each December 27 lingers on", for carry out the program/ and '
school presented an Impromptu many youngsters who are once adopt a budget. .. First and Second Races y .
talent act which was splendid. '
again at work in the halls of I / .'.
Sorore Charlotte F. Clarke and AKA Annual Breakfast. '
Yvonne t8cavtlla, who are cochairmen TV NOT WORKING Km .IU, I NO MINORS ADMITTED
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JUSTBROWSIN'; sonville and P. nsacola a snow company owning Its own eq
flurried and frost gathered in ment bottling and packagint,. ii
By Paul R. Henry Miami and other east cOLt cities, Los Angeles. It gem ita. b;
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but old Sol "continued to shine in from a co-op wjhlch! "ft '
JOOCK.oO O'", o ;JS MiamI. A day or two of cord Negro members. ,

Coaet Guard and FBI officials weather so far this winter, but ,' fjMg1'
are Investigating a $400,000 boat that's to be expected; our present Archie has 20 days to 1 WgPfora
scuttling ring that has been go. weather is pretty good.In fight with Harold Johnsffi Or

Main Ottiie at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phofie OX 1.0421 : Ihg on In Dade County for the else Athletic lose his Commission.title, says N.Yr't State,
'lranch ftt 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami lI'1.orlda.-Phobe Fit 3. 36 last six months. Boats have 'been Birmingham, Ala. the '/
--- stolen, scuttled and stripped. Reports
II. E. SIOISMUND REEVES: Editor( and Publisher, are that some prominentfolk authorities 'opposing integration .."
ordered bya
JAKTH O. REEVES, Manning Editor will hear of public facilities
We
are involved. "
federal court effective Jan. 15, Auto Safety \
about this when the investigators
Entered tut Second Class Matter, August 9, 1027, at'tho Post Officeat are closing them. Reported clos
Miami, Florida, under the act of March 3, 1876 report. ed are 67 parks, eight swimming Crusade Jan.. 14.31
not pools and four golf courses.
Member of the Associated Negro Press Metro yet taken ov. Club houses at the golf courses Mayor Robert King
Motnber of the National Newspaper Publishers Association the Miami Transit '( o. from High has'
er bonds are being' cOt! 'td but the courses! official set aside ,the period
T SUBSCRIPTION RATES which William Metro D. Pawley.is to purchase The the remains opeh on a first come, from Jan. 14 through 31 for the

ONE YEAH $ .oo SIX MONTHS f3.0O FOREIGN "' .00 bus lines must first be validatedIn first serve bash Greater Miami Auto ,Safety Cru.
sade. It is being observed in MI.
the Circuit Court, probably PhiladelpFine
"CREDO OF Tins NEGRO PRESS" In Edda ami churches to emphasize the
within the next ten days.
Till: NrXHlO PRESS believes that America oar best lead the world Tinney" 52, died at the Graduate moral obligation each motorist
from racial and national antagonisms when it accords to every man i Meanwhile application for employment Hospital>l on Sunday, three hour has 'to drive safely and courage
regardless of race, color or creed, his human and .legal rights. Hating hue been mailed to after police raided her New ously as well as to obey all traf.
no man, fearing no man-the Negro Press strir (* to help every man 800 union bus drivers by Metro YearV! party and arrested eight I fie laws. The. theme of ,the pro
in the firm belief that all men are hurt M long as anyone is heldback. Transit Outhorlty.; of her' guests. Neighbors com. gram Is'"It's'great' to. be,alive in
.
plained that the celebrants wer i Miami > please drive' safely."
Atty. Alex Gordon was unan.mously creating a disturbance. Miss Tin. We might add another,thought:
IN THE NATION'S 'CAPITAL elected as chairman of ney died from, shock. "In Traffic Too., .; Your
I Church Says, 'Practice'
the Metro Commission on Tuesday Your.
The Cosmos is an exclusive men's club for intellec' He succeed/ chairman Robert U. S. District Judge Seybowin Religion' ". .
distinction in literature science Haverfield who now serves as Lynes gave the city commissionten
tuals. It boasts
govern vice chairman. There are 13 days to amend its ordinance
ment and other scholarly fields. members on the commission.The prohibiting the serving of food MIAMI TIMES ADS
Carl Rowan (Negro) deputy assistant secretary of on an integrated basis at the re*.
nation Is having a plenty I taurant; in Birmingham's Greyhound DON'T COST THEY
state for public affairs would like to become a member, bus terminal. PAr
of cold weather and there has
but his application was rejected on Monday night. On

Tuesday Ambassador to India John Galbraith withdrew'

his memberhip, and his nomination for President Ken

nedy to become a member. "EQUALDflOPPORtUN1TY"

The ambassador said: "Beinga member or ,not a \

member of the Cosmos Club is a matter of conscience, and

mine was best served by resigning." l\nutn

Among others resigning because of Rowan's rejectionwas tt

Edward R. Morrow, director of the U. S. information 1KC'NE DE

Agency. CovtRS p1XEL Friday JulY 14 1961 RETS

Ga.,
(2)) ,
Atlanta
EYE CLINIC, FOR MIAMI

Dedication of the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, firstin

the southeast, will take place on Sunday, January 21 Lockheed Seeking PREPARES

at 4 p.m. Dr. W. Keith Phillips Jr., will be master of

ceremonies; Atty. Alex Gordon, chairman of the Metro

Commission, and a committee from the hospital, will accept .
the four-story $650,000 building. Speaker for the oc Qualified Negroes YOU

casion will be Senator Spessard Holland. .,

Miami Lighthouse for the Blind, the principal pro- Marietta Plant Making Sincere Effort
moter and contributor, ,M. R. Harrison Sr., Lighthouse ,

president will represent the organization in ,turning over Having Hard Time Finding Engineers FOR .
the institute to Dade County and the University of Miami \

School of Medicine '
Lockheed Aircraft Corp. in Marietta is engaged in
The building is on N.W. 10th Ave. just south of ,
an intensive search for qualified' Negro employees to fill THE
Jackson Memorial Hospital.The .
jobs' some of them top engineering posts, that are avail i if

able in its Georgia plant. f
Congress of the United States opened its session '

on Wednesday. lljr AL KUKTTNER result of the new agreement the

In the House, Rep. John W. McCormack (S-Mass): United Press International company "has reviewed the in. JOBS,
dustrlal records of all our Negro
elected the late Sam
was speaker succeeding Rayburn employees to assure a continuation
Rep. McCormack is Roman Catholic the first of On May 25 Lockheed President of
a hid Courtlandt S. Gross and vice opportunities as they .
faith to serveias speaker the House. He is 70 years old. president Lyndon B. Johnson, occur. '

President Kennedy Delivered his second state of the chairman of the President's Com. LOCKHEED is now searching THAT

union message on Thursday' : speaking for' 53 minutes mlttee on Equal Employment for qualified engineers, regard
signed joint
Opportunity a "plan"for ,less of race, and having a hard
and being applauded 35 times. progress." It pledged the air. time finding them. Company recruiters -
The
:and finished it with growth. We are gratified, candidates out more qualified for Jobs minority and to group make Negro colleges and put out feelersto ARE
a number of others.
but not satisfied I certain there are no discriminatory .

He hopes, for the passage of tax .jreform laws, increase practices in the plant.It .

in postal rates; a new department of Urban .Affairs is having trouble finding Howard University in Washington .
and Housing, a new comprehensive farm program; them and has urged Negro high D C., Tennessee A and, I LOOKING
schools and colleges! to improve I at Nashville, Tenn. TuskegeaInstitute
conservation: and recreation, full and equal rights for all i
their ,
etandards and "turn out Prairie University A
regardless of color, Federal loan for scholarships, a new I graduate who can meet require and M of Houston, Tex., and the
public health,program and health insurance for the aged, :meats." North Carolina A and T of

j youth budget"employment i lact., He hopes for a 1963 balanced I I II recruiters Greensboro gro schools, were visited among by Lockheed the Ne. FOR

I HAROLD
I Ye Editor thinks the speech was a great one. :of vocational ARNOLD services,for in the charge At. All of the

lanta Urban League, said Lockheed company's adver
tising carries non-dL
erlmlnatory
apparently is making a clauses and three eligible Negroes YOU
"
"sincere effort to fill
all
jobson
APPEAL FOR CAMPAIGN FUNDS a recently accepted Invita
non-discriminatory basis. dons to Join the Lockheed Management .

Lockheed now has about 530 Club. Recreation facili
Negroes among Hs 11,000 era. I ties' such aa softball and tennis I "We also have white ap.
qP p'oyees, about 5 a so are desegregated and many
I
per cent. In several Plicants who!
for similar Jobs
1956 when the firm had : Negroes plan to enter a "
company fall
a pay. .
an official
explained.Mattteon
roll of 19,000, about 6 per cent golf tournament this season. :
of the employees were Negroes. I talked frankly ,with a
IX A itECINT examination for Negro about the
: group recently
.. Even before the recent c&grtle.I I the Job of clerk-stenographer.
4e '$n I 11 company's Inability to find a
F ment, Lockheed tad eliminatedsuch Negroes applied. Nine tailed! the large supply of capable :Negroes
features as segregated I test, one failed to show up and to hire. '/'
drinking fountains, cafeterias one passed As in the 'i'
.
of all "
"Lockhee experience: In 10earjuoJvpftertMopioiJiinUiej ii
,
applicants.
,lln.drl'.st..rapD1C"j" ; .:.. thall: Ihe'falluresVere' v'en ; to I
S E. O. Mattison, director of In. the two who* for tried a r*ttet. Out ooe"passed OX; i Np Fift, i'h9.etta. a ;:(
dustrlal relations, said that as a I and was hired.again major ,problem : Is 1rfncf'pro'teaalonalIr
trained Nejtroei." 1

: FIND OUT HOW '
; SOON YOU .
I
CAN BE ACCEPTED I

William c. Porter St.Louis., president National /jsodatfon of Market RADIO
II' Developers; Mrs. Thelmi Morris, Montgomery, president National Con ELECTRONIC TELEVISION SCHOOLS
ness of Colored Parents and Teuton and George L. T. Wearer, Wash
'I. fngton, special assistant to the Secretary of Labor, appeal for generous 21SN.E.15hST.
I donations to the March of Dimes Tht Dimes Drive opened Jan. 2. Aid MIAMI FLORIDA PHONE .
j to polio patients and birth defects and arthritis patients depends, oa moat? FR M<39S .: :
raised In the 1962 New March of Dimes. WOu LD- L\UO.'iT: RES1DEOT .
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into < Shell's City even the the THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
boycott is still ,...,gyp ,,, Paul '
J I SATURDAY JANUARY 13 1962 PACES j
Maseon Champagne Co. will soon :.
Introduce pleasant,*testing "Sher. r

Around MiamiBy ry than Wine Duff"Gordon which >ie smoother eal Estate New8Information The Dade County Real Jfctflte

: Board 1ft l sponsoring one .of the
J" f, swanky Hampton Houao on neat
.TIIBRE was a little three lr + Tuesday evening. The fttttf. .is
DAVE BONDU tiijy Ora D; Taylor :
year-old boy from Detroit visiting formal and you are wele'to
our house the'other night. He Heal Estate Draker *WUllamIlda join us. Invite your friend aUo.
had a Bear on his head and of Dayton, 0'11'1r."DtvAt' active
Mayme asked, "Scottle, what over past years in. OhiO real ea-
TO MY MANY, many reader, Carolyn said Connie just can't happened to your head?" He tate, will visit our dty this This is a new column to appear -
sez, "I burned it." She sez. weekly. If you have questions
may I say thanks for the nice dance but he's a good "saloonkeeper" month seeking Florida un.h1ne
Compliment about last week's "BURNED?" He sex, "Yeth, I and a prospective Ideation fir pertaining to mortgages,
story of my half-segregated city So while he went be. was trying to gibe myself a,pros home and business! real estate, what ,to look for in
Someone asked me why I didn't to learn the Chicken Scratch. seth (process) with a straighten. purchasing a home or what have
mention the Miami Springs behind the bar, she kept trying Ing comb." He is tied tongue ''< you in mind, write your questions '
Country Club or something They've got a good band, too. and had a quo vadis hair cut. I Big money 'Jn vaster,(.'tempt) ey to Ora D. Taylor Realty,
about CORE, Father Gibson and screamed I J. Travis, president Of Sivart 4208 NW 7th ave. The answers
the things they have done to Corp for mortgages,''.was a Ml will appear in thla column.
break down racial barriers. The JOHNNY; LOMKLA, owner of ami visitor! last week with wife I
story last week was not writtento the' King 0' Hearts ha>3 Freddie THAT'S IT for this week. Till and party on a Caribbean tour
break down any barriers but Green and his hand coming in the next ;you know what live They were guests for an hour at Miami Times Ads I
to point out how stupid some from the Peppermint Lounge and life, every golden minute ot It. the spacious and artistic new
fOlk are and how foreigners are an All Male show starting Wed. PEACE. home office of Ora D. Taylor
treated better than our own nevday, Jan. 17. Johnny sez this I' Realty. Get Fast Results

countrymen. But to please some fellow plays a real good organ. _n.84'_U _._..-.._-_ -__-_ _-_--_ _-_ __.__'_wrT.fPtt__ __ __ff_+r_ T_ F_ frflll_ __ -''IMPt11Mh-__. ___"..__. I
of our readers, which is always Aliens Reminded. '
our'aim. I'll start an open letter I ATTENTION r :
to 'the City Manager, and maybe QUICK XOTK DEPT: Did )ou ,
I, he can give us some answers: I know that W. T. Grant has N<>. To Report In ._._.... e .
TO and Whits waitresses T T 't
Dear Mr. City Manager: Carla Bush is Indisposed with All aliens In the Greater Miami All Tenants Of
It .ha, been brought to my at the flu That Rev. Graham area were reminded Fridaythat
ttntion by many Negro golfers I also had the flu, but Is better they must report their pres. BONDED RENTAL AGENCY, Inc.
that since the club house at Mi. now ft T Sonny Armbrlster expects ent address to the Immlgralon
ami Springs Golf Course fo on to be a papa before the and Naturalization Service begin. If you are out of work and want to work, come to
city property and that they are next week la out Vera WIU nlng Jan. I,
taxpayers that they are interest. h llama is back In Miami{ after Forma BONDED'S FREE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE.
ed in knowing what on which to make the
city offi.clal. .
spending months !in New Or.
or officials, has or hare leans It's possible that Criteria annual report are available at all 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9-8733
the right to lease the club house Records is contemplating re. postofflces, and after completionmay
to a private concessionaire. Many cording Frank Dubolse and Me flee. be returned to the came of. JOBS ARE AVAILABLE NOW

including myself, have observed band with Frank doing the vo _
Cuban golfers, outof-town golf. cats Negroes are still going ww w w ww

en ber"(without taking them benefit in of) and a "mem., local to $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ fFIeI
'
persons who are not members en. : Matalie Grant \
*
joying the facilities. (The Cu. MIAMI'S NEWEST ) NEE CASH ?
bans don't pay taxes). wishes to notifyher
'
fIow
If our Negro player wanted customers and friends of W.WE MAKE AND REFINANCE MORTGAGES

to use the rest room, they would CLUB her new location as manager WE BUY LOTS AND HOMES f -
bare
to go to the llth hole to
find a clean, sanitary rest room of. CALL

., ,OO'" the because' club they house can't Something use the one has"in I ,Wilson Beauty Salon eI 9 Ronald I. Baron IF 9! I1 A 3 fI)

; to be done soon and Mortgage Broker & ,
Quickly. The EBONY w- 1 W- ,
only time Negroes are allowed 1508 NW 67th St. 220 SUNNY ISLE UI \'D. |jff|
to use the club house is during MIAMI DKACI iff I Ii 3566
the North-South tournament in OX 1.2616 or NE 4-2027 eI) fIo

we February find ,the- once situation a year reversed.Then 31 N.E.14th St. I 0 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ U}

They have a cop there to stop
whites from coming in..If MUSIC -- ---- ---------------- - - - - - - -- ------ -- --- -

our Negro golfers, who are DANCING CLYDE KILLENS'KNIGHT ,
? ?tJ\Knd! taxpayers are still

to" the' Miami right Springs to be club admitted house ENTERTAINMENTFINE PRESENTS A TRIPLE'

we are BEA T
more than sure that Path-
er Glbon 'aDd CORE will .tep in O
and ATfRAUIONE. '
take
this in hand. It U Con. )
s utlonally wrong to deny ay
citizen regardless ot race or orl. "! !!1y r ,--,.r .
gin the use of any facility located iw 3MI
on city.owned property If these
doors are open to Negroes, they Igry' 1 E J '
j
will only want to use the faclli. a
ties during the day. They are
definitely not Interested In at
tending the social affairs that
are held at' night or associationwith
the white I ,
members. They I I
want, the, use of the rest rooms, 1 M
buy a beer or drink between I I
rounds The idiotic things about
the whole situation I la that we
tfay golf together, and most FOODS
golfers do not care what color
you are on the golf course, an AND BEVERAGES
long as you do not "bit into
them" or be discourteous and PRESENTING AN .

they wouldn't care a darn if youstand j ,, '
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at the bar or lit at another ALL-STAR REVUE W
table In the club (souse with ; t ______
them. It is the club house man. EVERY FRL, SAT., SUN.
agement, heel?. who is afraid of
the very few who would object. Featuring music by
I sincerely hope that you will be
ao kind as to reply to us, in an. The Great .
other letter, to all of our read ,
en. Thank you. SAM EARLYAnd r.. i- t r +. 3 v
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r hU Hammond Organ J

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1'RICTTY'tCRL of The Week
Juanita Thompson Pretty STAN THE MAN
'tlo)' of the Week: Dr. J. O.
And His Whirling Guitar
Drown Man About Town: Dr.


Howard. Hadley. Prince JOHNNY of the RED Drums Lois Foreman"Sensational

TUB GLASS In still doing the .
best nlte dab busine in Miami. Weekly Attractions: '
",.,It's getting M' yon can't get in '
Sweet VocalistPLUS
the Knight II U. Kvfrybody you Mon., Celebrity Nite3Tu ,,.. .- .. : .:
know U -
., there' when. yon strive ... -
This 'weep held OTer, ; .. Special Reduced .
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Jo 1)1'4jaili.rraDl.ot M, tbtall'E,h +o tliar'tlirser!! popjnlar: 'r ) ,price* on all,,drink.*,, Hot' ''PapaTlirtfer tit h l : A' S.e.. ;Ma rl''I'I"Ie

Family.fag Luey's Hot Long Papa Wedding Turner is Day do. Wed., Amateur Nite "Lucy's Wedding Date"n

and College Boy. Plus, you can Nite Returned by. Popular Demand....
Thurs. Champagne Fantastic Exotic Dancer
lee the new dance that's moving ,

Scratch.the twist called the Chicken FrL, Sat;, Sun., Showtime FRI., SAT., SUN., JAN. 12 -13 14 Direct from Chicago, and

Reno. This bronze

.fit' JIMMY EARLY Adm. Fri., Sun. $1.25 Sal. $1.50 has toured Europe tempest and

', I* STOPPED in at Bakers Famous Tables Free FrL and Sun. -Ringside Tables I .
Corner last Saturday nlte, M.C. Reserved on Saturday played leading clubs.
and they, too, are doing the
Chicken Scratch. Connie Farm.er The Public U THE CHICKENS ARE REALLY SCRATCHING AT KNIGHT BEAT ,
and his beautiful wife Caro.
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NEVER CLOSED
SPRY 3LBS.
Prices Good thru January I3fh, Welter's AG Store Only .

RED DELICIOUS 2 LDS. THURSDAY HAVE LUNCH, FRIDAY WITH&WELLER'S SATURDAY AG Sh orening 69

APPLES 29 ,
HoIDog&Pepsl-lOd ft/---1t --" -.r -
FRESH CUT MORRELL'S

Cabbage 4c r 9- sa r HOT

INDIAN -RIVER DOZEN r DOG S

Oranges 29C I 470
FANCY. LB. ? ,. / all meat i --;
w POUND

YAMS 104 m
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oz. >
BIRDSEYE CUT 10 ;fo. CARRIAGE CLUB Regular
CORN CASE OF 6/ OZ. BOTTLES Plus Deposit
BREAD (: ;
2 for 350: 29
Cola
89D
PepsI '" 2 forMUSSELMAN'S
SHURFINE FROZEN 6 OZ. I
303 CAN 2
ORANGE JUICE
59 VALUE Regular
APPLE SAUCE
5 for 99C_ Burma Shave 391 3 for 39C 5 r
SUNSWEET QUART
LYKES 303 CAN
PRUNE JUICE 39C 65 VALUE Chili & Beans >
PARKAY LB. 2 for 39C
OLEO 25C uauy ower 49 SHURFINE TALL CAN

KRAFT AMERICAN 12 OZ. L
: 49* I Giant Tide 394M 3 for 39CCHEESE

24 OZ CEDAR ROCK 2/ CAN
WESSON Oil 43c (With $5.00 Order) PEACHES 19C
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We Cash Payroll Checks 0 Cold Beer At All Times Open 24 Hours A Day

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FIRST LB. CENTER CUT POUND
: Pork i Chops 33c Pork Chops 490ECONOMY

LB. LITTLE PIG POUND

Sliced Bacon 29 SpareRibs It' IB a

HOME MADE POUND
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Pig Feet Ib. 100 Sausage Sis*N

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Now that the holiday season Is
S'S r1 OVI r and a new year has begun
J all activities of Sunland Park

+ L, ," ; Recreation Center will again be

1<'_ in session. "

Sewing classes will continue to '
t 11
be conducted for adult ladies and '' ; \! :
,,, ;; girls! in senior high school every .t 'I! '
":, -< 4 : t" Monday and Thursday at 7 p.m. I ,' ...yee 1,1"
Clashes for girls in fifth and ( r
.*1',. "", ,\ sixth grades every Monday and
: 1,;j Friday at. pm. Junior high, Y.
',' :; '. Monday and Friday 6:30: p.m.
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FOR YOU A student at the Chonnan School for Ladles of the area may again q
nroll In the class where they
the BUnd in Kwangju, receives a gift of clothes from make their Individual hat crea. i-i: S.

M-Sgt. Samuel H. Holmes of Det "K", U. S. Army Advisory tlons for the winter and spring.

Group, Korea (KMAG) He is assisted by a teacher Classes are Monday and Thurs.

left, of the school. In center are Capt. Armando E. day cost at to 7 the p.m.public.This class La free of D. J. Travis, president of the skin are officials of Market In.

Carrilli of Det. "K", and Chonnan Director Tek Man Kim, Sir, rt Corporation FHA and dustrles, Inc., which ia one of the
All girls in the fourth, fifth and VA Mortgage Banking Institution countries largest builders of
who also is blind. Holmes is Miamian.-Army
a photo. sixth grades now enroll in
may i iI
In Chicago, ia shown discussing homes for Negroes
the "Little Homemaker" class at financing a 2b6 home subdivision
KMAG Personnel Helps Blind Sunland Park Center. These In the Greater Miami area. Mr. and Mrs. Travis, while pn.
classes are designed to teach the I route to Port of Spain, Trinidad,
r t of being useful in the Left to Mark.
i rlKht are Harry
Kids At Kwangju KoreaHQ. kitchen A new electric range has owlts, Mr. Travis, Morris Loma. were the house guests of Mr. and (

been purchased for the Center to <,(11and Robert L. Markowiti. Mrs. Ben Moore of Miami Beach
7th Log Comd, Korea (10) first Christmas party be und for these clacees. This The Markowitzs and Mr Loma. recently,

The eighty children of the I I The director of the Chonnan class is scheduled to start Thurs L_ L '
Chonnan School for the Blind in I School, Mr Tek Man Kim, who day, Jan. 11, 4 p.m. Registerwith 9
Kwangju, Korea, have been glv. I I.en also ia blind, accepted the giftson MN. Ada Moore.TIXl" ,
warm winter clothing by I behalf of the school.
well-wishing American friends' The Chonnan School, for the TOTS 1'ROGItAMRegistration for boys and NEW CUSTOM BUILT HOMES !

and various charitable groups in Blind, a private school, is sup
gins four and five old will
Hawaii ported by various charitable and years 35 already-Demand
get underway Jan. 8 at 9 a.m. Sold so great 1
Waster Sgt. Samuel H. Holmes civic organizations. Mr Kim
Activities include! Ring and
of 3352 NW 53rd St., Miami, organized helps also works on pat f.tlmo: ringing games, coloring, apparatus We have built more j.
a drive to get clothing projects nnd teaches during his
play, tory tolling alaphel
for the children He is assign spare time to obtain additional: time, and many other active and See 3062 N.W. 60th Street
to Detachment "K55, U. S. Army money for the Institution. quiet games. The program is fill.
Advisory Group, Korea (KMAO). The school! accepts all chUa.ren ed with enjoyment for all child. OpenSunday 12 noon to 5 p.m.
Sgt. Holmes and Capt. Arman. with orl without financla ren. Bring your child to the
do E. Carrlllo, armored' advisor support between the ages of I 5) playground and dally to participate .
and Armed Forces Assistant to and 17. The principal aim at the in this program. $500 CASH --$ WEEKLY
Korea (AFAK) officer for tin institution Is to teach eacn stu. -23 t
detachment, delivered several dent one civilian trade prior to WEIGHT LIFTING CLASS
boxes of food and clothing TO leaving the school at the axe of Jan. 8 a six week course in
the blind children during their 18. weight lifting was offered to the Milton Rothman k 1

-- .. public as Sunland. This course .
will be opened to persons 12 7287 S.W. 87th Avenue
years of age and over on Mon.

DADE COUNTY REAL ESTATE Jay

INSTALLATIONThe Elder and Mother W. 0. I
HOLDS
BOARD Clark of West Hollywood cele-
brated their golden wedding an. s3sw s3 ft

Dade Cc/unty Real Estate local group according to nation. nlvetsary at their home on Dec.
Hoard has become an active real. al bylaws, with two or thmi 26. The house was decorated In
ty after Its Infancy In 1955 members holding national mt>in.btrshlp. gold. Elder Clark wore a tuxedo
when the Dade County Broken it was not expedient to suit and Mother Clark a gold A
And Salesmen were called to function Jocally. In 1960 the lace, ankle length drew and a
iolti head band. Pictures were
was reorganized with 1
meet and orgailze In the office of group
Sumner Rutcheson on NW 8ri Broker J. A. Summons a. pr aI. aken of the couple. qr

are In the fall of 1955. dent. Although all of our brok- Seated at the table with the !
ors are not yet member of honored KUtHts were Mrs. E. J.
Broker Ora D. Taylor was ,
to
We are happy repou ROUTIN'I
NAACP.
elected president. Broker J. A. Clark, Elder and Mrs. O. Eas.
active
that most of them are
vice Broker Rump r mon of Opa Locka; Mrs. Nan ,
Summons, ;
members and others are comliuin. ;
Williams and the son of Elder I
Member
Huteheson, secretary; A new group which l Is adding and Mother Clark, and many
present In addition to above were much help and services to the others.
Frederick: Johnson, salesman; Board is the auxiliary composedof 10011W
Carl Williams Raymon Evans ladle affiliating.Your AI"" Viola Idell came down \
and guest, Rev. W. K. Tay ur. from New York to help Mrs. '
Mr. Hutcheson offered his office presence at our installa Maggie Johnson arrange for the
as a regular meeting place dur. tion banquet( at Hampton House affair in behalf of their mother
ing the three years of meetings. on next Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. and father Mrs. Johnson's ;-
Others to Join the ranks were when the national president, daughters arranged the pro. I11 WINE ,
Salesman Mrs. George Lewis and Honorable Charles Warden and gram. The couple were united<< ,it
William Curtis.It regional vice president, Lyons of matrimony again by Elder Kas.
was decided by debate that Savannah, Ga., will Install the neon They received many gifts
the group would Inclule only group for the coming year' workas and friends wished them many
brokers and salesmen however, the Dade County Real Estato more happy yean.
this was later rescinded to in. Board at which time a |4.00 per I Mrs. Udell left Miami by Jet DRINK
elude persons dealing with plate dinner will be served and at 11:30 p.m. for New York.

various phases of housing or a most entertaining program -- -- !!! 1

personal properties, etc. rendered.We Art Classes to BeginAt ,1i i

Praise to P. Tlllman, a Palm pro. are forecasting that with ............................
gresslve broker of West this progressive group under' New Home ofF
peach who. with his brokers and sincere leadership of Mr. Sum.
Galas people and those of Brow. mom and guidance and help <.

*rd County Joined In to en. from Mr. Tillman and other ardent A. ConservatoryArt ,k Fastest Drink'
courage the Dade County Brok. workers, the Dade County
ers. As a result, the TrlCounty Real Estate Board bids fair rat. clauses for children and
Real Estate group was organized Ing to entertaining the National adults will begin this Saturday, in the West .
with Mrs. Ora D. Taylor, Association of Real Estate Brok. Jan. 13 at 11:30 In the new
president: J. A. Summons, vice; ers In 1964. home of the Fine Arta Conserva The Wild Drink ,
Treston Tlllman secretary; Le. tory at 615 NW 60th st., under
for the banquet not F I ql
roy Mixell, treasurer; Wayman Tickets the direction of Julie Breakstone, e
Evans, membership chairman. served earlier may be purchasedat well respected artist and interior in the
The members did not take out the door. Come enjoy an designer In the community, A
evening at our Initial
national membership as was evpected elaborate monthly charge of $3.00 Is for
In order to function as a public affair. Children; ,adults 15.00. Big Square Bottle "

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Thursdays, Conservatoryholds rrodnrml by CumU>ck Vintners,
MANOR classes In music and dance.
ATLANTIC
Ruth Greenfield, director and Hn Francisco, Calif. 1
held on Saturday at 8 pm. at the
NEWEST IDEA Music Department of the Unlver. 20% by volume

ONE BEDROOM sity of Miami, announces a complete J
ft MINUTES TO
LIVE INBEAUTIFUL department of music theory A SMOOTH WINE
MIAMI BEACH GARDEN has opened for all students under
the direction of Robert Thomas, ,
APARTMENTS
MIAMI SHORES professor of humanities at the
CORAL GABLES NEAR SCHOOL Dade Junior College and a i
ALSO EFFICIENCY
seasoned musician and teacher of
.t
ON! NEW HIGHWAY AND FURMSHHD woodwind and brass Instruments. GOLDEN SPUR .
Susan Stadler beads the l
Near everything now I
Low rent I ballet and jazz departments. In.
I fretted visitors sod candidates
4190 N.W. 32nd Avenue ,
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THEATRE THRU TUES. Party .a '',DelrayTb -- ---
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& few* friends RlnkeyAfnk-to a Post Club Holiday Invited I COMPLIMENTS PLEASE.. I
Party last Friday nlghC at the
palatial ,hoaieof Mr.. and Mrs. Johannesburg, South Africa -
Charles Patrick, 400 NW 2nd St., has' -
in Delray Beach. A Johanensburg magistrate
sentenced a. 20year.old Africanto Neonta Yule PartyThe
Those present Included: be caned because he told a
Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Italic, white woman: "My, lady, b u tyou've Neonta Social Club enjoyed
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Williams, Its Yule party with friendsat
Plus Randolph. Scott in "THE STRANGER WORE A GUN Mrs. Edith Jones Palmer, Felton. got nice legs the lovely home of Mr. and
Wright, Mrs Maizle Edge, Mr* embarrassed, the
"I felt very Mrs. Earl Barnswell, 5521
,
-- Claude Cato, Mr. Littleford, Dr. woman, Faith Jennifer Seaton, NW
Norris, Mr. and Mrs. Garth C. told the court. "It's bad enough 10th ave.
Reeves, Mrs. Corinne L Anton, "
CHUBBY CHECKER when my own people say it. A beautiful and delicious but.
W. Temple, Mrs. Portia Bannis.
JACKIE WILSON ter, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Walker, Mlsri Seaton said Alfred Majola was served by the club with Mrs.
CRAZY WITH RIIYT1IM Clifford Combs, Miss Miller, Mrs. made the remark while she was Bell Fluellyn as hostess. The
k Ann Lindsey Packard, M. T. waiting for a train at the Johan guests enjoyed cocktails and
IN TIlE TWIST SENSATION Sweeney, Mr. and Mrs. Jamea nesburg station. dancing throughout the evening.

'.TEENAGEMILLIONAIRE" Y ; namos Monroe we and failed many to get.more whose "I thin: the punishment IB I. Those present were Mrs Cora
a" well suited to the crime," the
West, Hoyta, N.Y. Gertrude
;
2nd feature === J judge (told Majola after ordering
eight cuts with the rod. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Jasper
'Most Dangerous Man Alive"k Liberty City Detective McKain, Dr. C. M. Smith, Wll.

CAPITOL 4 BIG 'A Agency and Patrol Service 11am Graham, Namonia Whems,
Sun. thru Wed. Atlanta Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell
NICK "CHIEF" FERGUSONLT.
Carpenter. Andrew Roberson,
Bring this Coupon with you It's worth lOc JAMES C. HILL COMING SOON Mr. and Mrs. James Collier, Joe
on any concession item during the showing of Vincent Bullard, MLa Mabl
SGT. CHARLES WILSON Grant, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bucholtz,
"TEENAGE MILLIONAIRE"NOTE Office: OX 1.1234 Teachers' Talent Mr. and Mrs. Jack Packard, Mr.
and Mrs. James Monroe Mrs. Al.
: Only one coupon can be accepted from
ma Brown, Mr. and Mra. Milton
each Home OX 1.06'70I
patron Night Smith, Mrs. Lou Bell, Mrs. Flo
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By LEO B. ARM
BRISTER I a few weeks when It takes over THE MARY ELIZABETH HOTEL
,, the facilities and frequency of "'
oo OO C COO G ,,''if'\ WMET, 1490 on the dial. 'This 642 iN.W. 2nd Avenue
-'----- transfer I Is subject to the appro
. Who Made Sports Headlines in 1961 val of the Federal Communications PROUDLY PRESENTS .
Commission In Washing
Sports In 1961 had many BOWLING cMmps of '61 in the ton. THE FAMOUS
thrills, and sportsmen of
every men's singles division
Earl
John As a full time elation WMBM
clan pulled no strings In delight. son and Bill Tucker.
Ing their fans with the thrills single, Women's would continue to present the
Phyllis
that make! a performer a star, a Elaine Newton. Notaro and very best in spirituals by Rtv.
champion, a hero, an Idol. Ira McCall and Louise Griffin, ,5 ROYALS'
rhythm and blues by the "But BANDt
TRACK AND FIELD ter Ball", Ed Cook, Fred Hau.
BASEBAL gave us a power Budel of Vlllanova Frank nab and Groovy Groove. Complete -
laden New York. Yankee team al. sprint was the news overlay via Associated
man of WITH
lied with a slugging champ, almost all records the year tagging Press and Elliott J, Pitte, also THE ROYAL ROCKERS t
In the 60
100 civic events and programs of
Roger Maria and a clutchhitterof and 220
yards distances, In. special Interest and public aer. FEATURING
great renown, Mickey Mantle. doors and outdoors. r
vice 24 hours
a day.
This combination
representingthe Ralpb> Boston of Tennessee
American league in the Fall State nailed down the broad The station will continue to ROY ABBIT and ,
classic, was quick to subdue the Jump title. sponsor the WMBM Community
game Cincinnati Reds, who on Service Foundation under the LERMON "Peanut Man" HORTONr
shier determination to be Na. direction of Blanche Galloway.
tional league's champs were del. HORSE RACING, John Sellers The Foundation' program In. I e
lined to fall Victims of the jockeying and Carry B a o k eludes tending two girl to col.
mighty Yankee Onslaught. carrying the weight seemed to be leg on 14,000 loan scholarship, FRI. SAT. SUN. Jan. 12- 13 14
the Perfect mmhlnitinn fni. I as well M many other outitand -
1961. -Sellers -the" ing community activities.
COXING, though In A some, Jockey for the was leading I Admission 75 Cents
year and Carry The Miami Timed will b.
what confused state for most of Back, Kentucky the
the time as to who k the champ, Derby and first to announce just when
Preaknew winner was moat out. WMBM will to full time on Carlos Clarke ., Your Congenial Host
where, when or why, has been standing threa.year old.
able to get a few matches In, that 1490 on the dial. .
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hate collected great Interest in Support The NAACP ':- :, ', It\ .. d ;,q_ '.. : ,
their outcome. FOOTBALL: Helsman Trophy

winner Ernie Davis was tops in ,. ,
The heavyweight bout between the college ranks and fullback '-. .. "-' .... .. .. ," .' -'. ..: .' "
Patterson and McNeely Jim Taylor of the championship
considered by many as a phony, Green Bay Packers Is thought
was probably for that very reason well of In the pro circuit.
one of the closest watched
fights of the year As a result of GRAND OPENING
this mismatch, Patterson Is still BASKETBALL Jerry Lucas, a
heavyweight king with another good reason why Ohio State Is alts
defense of his title to his record. the nation's top basketball team,
has small competition ae honor ?? ..... .......
The Light heavyweight df i. man in college basketball.
sion has two claimants to the The foremost for enjoyment of
crown. Ageless Archie Moore and sports In 1962 is good, as skills
Harold Johnson. get better, competition keener
The Middleweight division, the fans will be treated to the
like the llghtheavy, Is nursing best of sports,
differences of opinion and has Tburs ao.18MIAMI'S
two defenders for the same title. NiiWS REALTY AND 12T1I
Gene Fullmer, the most recognized FRAME TIED FOR LEAD
and Terry Downes. News Realty and 12th Frame .
Benny Paret of welter. HI Hats are deadlocked for tint
weight, Joe Brown of lightweight place in the hot race of the Ex.

celslor League. This Is a position
and
i Davey Moore of
to be noted very carefully by the
featherweight are bole kings of
refit of the league as both these
their respective divisions.
current leaders were very slow FABULOUS Ell
starters and now that they have
GOLFING had
dominance
no In
got rolling, are destined to makea
1961. Earh
major tournament
hot race of the league lead.
produced a winner of great skill Behind the leaders are Wilson
and ability who was playing at Rental, Hot 8hopp, American
peak performance at the time of Furniture anil TV, Hagan and
his uccesB. Fonda Terrazzo, Olympics, EAL I
The U S. Open, Gene Littlerwas Golden Falcons, St. Claire and Double Deck
the man of the hour. Nation. the Independents.
al Amateur, Jack Nicklaus had
a hand In the decision National. Bowlers of 165 and up average
PGA, Jerry Barber took over; : John Marshall, 176; James r
' Masters, Gary Player wa mal M chum 1731! Ted Potter 171;
ter; British Open, Arnold Palm. Wilton Cox 170; John L. Edwards 'f
er showed them how. 1691! Frank Smith 1871! s

In Women's Tournaments, James Terry 1671 Willie Nicholson
Mickey Wright was most outstanding 16U; Dennis Peak Jr 165
winning two major tour. and Darden Baker 165.
neyis; the Women's Open and Singles game high? Keith WIl. I
the Women's PGA. son 237; Eddie Thorpe 234 and
Willie Lazier 233.

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Bus Seating Fight Guaranteed .................................... $4.75 ,

Sentenced to Jail for participating Your Portrait-only ... ................ $1.00. RS.
in a 1958 anti-segregation I AMAZING (DADDY) GRACE I Class Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radios :, ..

campaign in buses in Birmingham Guaranteed! Watches .......... from $6.95.j> .
Ala. two Negro ministerswere w ti "" ,;
denied a Supreme Court DAVID JEWELERS >'" : k
hearing this wee*.
The REV. J. S. Phifer and the 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4.1522 > ..
Rev. F. L. Shuttlesworth were
sentenced to 30 days and 90
days respectively and each were

fined their$100In appeals the minister (2) BRAND NEW HOMESOPEN

said they were convicted with.
out evidence of guilt "under a SATURDAY & SUNDAY

enacted vague and to enforce indefinite"racial provision discrimination. i Located at.corner of 5185 NW 31st Ave.
II} :
I And 3089 N.W. 57th St on 70x130 Lot
The demonstration was againsta
new bus seating law which al 1 Owner-builder on premises. No qualifying. Move
lows drivers to assign seats, and 1I
Negroes were sent to the rear of f. I Right in. Low down payment. Easy terms arranged
the buses. Failure to obey ordersis t 4Cl.
punishable by a maximum of I I'I
C. WYNNE JE 1-6902
fix month in prison and flOO .
fine. 41 : r i < .
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Goes to JailA ; i

once powerful gambling fig rI "V PL 1-8381 $1 5 0
ure began a five-year prison .
$6.50
New Brownie Hash camera
term Monday because he just

wouldn't avoid quit the the sentence numbers.To Howard. Repair and sell TV's, radios and hi-fi

0. Pinder exhausted a strenuous Also new electric heaters $6.00
series of legal maneuvers which ALL OUR SALES AND REPAIRS GUARANTEEDFREE
ended Monday before the U. S.
Circuit Court of Appeal in New DELIVERY

Orleans Know your TV man and save money
The sentence a suspendedone 0 S
had been given him after JOE SCOTT
his conviction in December of
1969 in federal court here for 923 N.W. 62nd Street PL 1.8381
violating the gambling tax laws.It Authorized Factory TV Repair and Sales Co.RARRIEY'S .
was imposed Monday.
U S. Deputy Marshal Guy
Hixon said Pinder, in Dade
County jail, may be sent to Tallahassee
to serve the term. ,

January 12, 1962, marks the second year of the pas. CUT-RATE STOREThe

Your Miami Times sing of the late $weet Daddy Grace. Although he is gone, Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome

On Sale Here his spirit lives on. All the power, the glory and ecstacy 1201 N.W 3rd Ave. Phone FR 42376SSS

MIAMI that stemmed from his living presence abides today in
Down Town Tonic ............................ 1.45 Special Angel Skin
Ramos Grocery, 802 NW 14th St. the hearts of his followers. We can never forget Daddy Scott's Emulsion ................ .08 Hair Cream 2.50 size, 1.25

Economy Drug 1101 NW 8rd Av.Park's Grace, because of the constructive works he did while Laxtone ................................ l.TH Bleach Glow Cream ?.,?. .75 :

Rarkley'0 Sun., 1201, 1201 NW NW 8rd 3rd Ave.Ave. with us. He demonstrated again, and again that '!she was 7.20 ...........1//.1..1..1.1.M........... 1.T5 old 07 Dergamont plus w

t Service! Drug 1240 NW 3rd Av. no ordinary soldier, that he had received his equipmentfrom Lanolin Plus hair Groom ..?............. .BO

Walk-Inn, 1042 NW 2nd Ave. the Armory of God. An undying devotion and an Liquid ..................... 1.75 Old 97 Pressing Oil ........ '..65lox. "
Harlem Drug, 1400 NW 8rd' Av. Free Dolls ................ 1.08 to 12.08
memorial
Nick's, 1C22 NW 3rd Ave. everlasting shall forever exist wherever his
Charles Mkt.. 840 NW ICth Ter. name is heaId.Submitted. Gifts of all descriptions. Use our layawayOPEN
:
Lenny's Drag, 1700 NW 3rd AT. ,
DAILY & SUNDAY 8 A.M. to 10 P.M. i
Iluddy'8 Gro., 1030 NW 8rd AT. by the House of Prayer for All People
Arch's Gro., 1700 NW 8rd Ave. JOHN A. McMINN, Owner
Jay's Drug, 427 NW 20th St. Elder F. Gist, chairman; Elder N. Harris, reporter.
Stanley's. Gio., 1000 NW 4th Ct. I
]Myers, 075 NW 20th St.
Dixie Drug, 005 NW 20th St
Hillside l<< 1842 NW Oth Ave.
Person's Sundries 1001 Oth Ct
Kddle's Dm*, 801 NW 3rd Ave.
Harkett's, '708 NW 2nd ATe.
P. L. T., 714 NW 2nd Ave. ,
Alex Sundries. 715% 2nd<< Ave. 11 f
818 Shoe Shine 818 2nd Ave.. Which word is older
Harlem Sweet Shop 208 10 St. ,
Carrie's Gro., 155 NW 17th St.
Tucker flro., 1400 NW 1st Ct. Gin
Southern Gro., 1701 NW 1st PI. orCordon's
People's Drag, 402 8th St. All new Qolnlela Tote
LIBERTY CITYY Board
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Comm. Drug, 0700' 10th Ave. GENERAL StribscterredPost Time will be
Little Super Mkt, 0820 17th Bt
Bethel Sundries, 0828 18th Ave I IndJridiuil Beats
Smith Sundries, 0704 18th Ave. ...w'S ADMISSION
18th Ave. Gro., 0307 18th Ave.
Itollas Gro., 0700 10th Ave. N
Hetty's Gro.. C004 NW 10th Ave 50
Newton's Sundries, 0320 18th AT.
Lib. Beauty Salon 0707 10th AT.
Griffin Gro., 0072 lath Ave.
Rannlstcr's, 0200 NW 10th Ave.
J and J Drug, 1410 02nd St.
Seymour's, 1804 NW 02nd St.
Jackson's, 0000 NW 12th Are. I !Igin iii u i uiiiuu i in BUI ITT
Matthew's Gro., 0081 10th Ave. i
Convenient Gro. 0804 22nd Av. See America The BeautifulIN
Lerner's, 2000 NW 75th St. N
Thomas Gro., 2300 70th St.
Llncotafleld's Drug 2001 02 St Di ILEDIONDONDRY AIR CONDITIONED, RECLINING SEATED
Flash Gro., 0552 NW 17th Ave. .i) I.
Midway Drug 2208 02nd St. STREAMLINED
Cecil Cleaners 2230 02nd St GIN
CARVER RANCHES } rM uscaw. .
Dowe's Barber Shop, Pembroke GREYHOUND & TRAILWAYS
MOUTH MIAMI ISUACTI $(
Mrs. Miller
Marie Sands. 1020 NO 155 St.
OPA LOCKA BUSES
Magnolia Sun., 14570 22nd<< ATe.
Lowe's Gro., 1734' All aba AY.llller' is 69 older but sinceCordon's o
years ,
Sun., 15110 2nd Ave.
Ranche Drug, 2280 Run. Park ASK ABOUT OUR
David Law.nmct1301 20th Ave. was introducedin
Esther's Gro., 1710 All Raba SPECIAL RATES FOR GROUP TRAVELWe

Samuel Michael Stanley Sanders, 15281 2500 18th 100th Ave.StBROWNSVILLE England in 1769, it has been Reserve Your Seats. Pick up Your Tickets Here


Splo & Span, 4801 NW 27th Are the world's word for gin. At Our OfficeNORTH'S
Ntal's Mkt., 4825 27 th Ave.
R-ownavllle Drug 4034 27th' AT. TRAVEL BUREAU
Elnora's Sundries 4320 27 Ave. DISTIUBIWOOB OW BOUGOX INTMl 8WHTI WJTUa ROM WMlWMOOf.cotoori .-..
Tracy's Gro., 0010 NW 82nd AT. on all ca LTD..UIIDU.PIOOUCTOfll.U. FR 9-8451
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JImmle's Gro.. 2000 NW 54th St.
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ALONG FREEDOM'S ROAD I SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1962 PAGE fR executive board C of, ,ibe,i

Orange. Blossom Beautician rAJsoclatiOB -
By RUTH .
PERRY met recently In (9*+'**

'1f"I'II'I" '##'#' II" ..# .." ##"I#" '#" " sota in ,the YMCA building at.\ I .
p.m. for their mid.yesg.bataiI: M
Segregation. in hospital facilities Grady Hospital 1931. And now meeting with the State President,
and medical care hM for in 1962, there still appears to bn Mrs. Alaine S. 'Walden ot<< West
years been one of the most deplorab'e need to correct "deplorable" Palm Beach, presiding. Members
and terrible by.products.of conditions from all over the state attended.
in theN Negro wing,
prejudice and racial bigotry, more than 30 years later. this very successful me.tlotf.
We have seen the evil result of Plans for the 1962 convention
this form of segregation most IJKSIK SMITH! wero made, the president appointed
vividly portrayed in the south ( chairman and Informed
How
many of remember
you .
committee to the various departments
I think, for it is In this sectionof Bessie Smith, one of the first ef
of the association. Afer
the United States that racialcustom .he
great "blues"
singers Her
the
business session Mrs. OlaWilliams
and mores hare triumph. death did not in
occur
Georgia, ,
president and
mem.
ed too many times over simple but In 4
another southern
state, as t bcrs
of Unit 18 served a buffet
.
and
humanity justice.JlOSIITAL the result of lack of care result. luncheon to the members.
ing from an automobile accident.
CARES
There Is, little doubt but that It Sarasota is the Bite of the 1962
I recently saw a news article she had proper care and immed convention Unit 18 Is convention
that started me thinking againof late attention, she might have host Mrs. Ola.. Williams, general .
several Instances tit gross In. lived. According to the story, .x 4 ; chairman. -
Justice and inhumanity that hap when the accident occured, the t,
pened in the not too .distant past. driver of ,the :car tried to get :
The article I read old of at. .help at a white, hospital for Dessle I Jfe.
tempts being made 'to Integrate .Smlthi who) had..been rave.ly H" I. : $450 Down
Grady City Hospital in Atlanta, injured in the accident. lie : ,
Ga. And. to tell the truth, al was refused any emergency ,
though I knew conditions there treatment at all for Miss Smith Pictured above are members of 6910 NW 28th Ave.
had been very bad In the and was told to go on Ipto a the Majorettes of the Alumni A*. 3-bedroom
2 bath
past, I was rather shocked nearby city to another hospital. soclation of Cox Kindergarten, ,
when I read the article, because On the way there. Bessie Smith t who participated in the recent,
,
Atlanta has always seemed to be bled to death. pa" Orange Blossom Classic parade.At $84 a MonthThis

more progressive than meat This is not pleasant reading aLEADERS right In front, Is Delores De-
southern cities regarding racial I IB it but then how many voe, who instructed the group for CBS home can be
cooperation. But condition are instances of bigotry and blind the event. Not shown are four yours with no closing costsor
still "deplorable" In the all. i prejudice are? These two stories more majorettes, who also took qualifying. One bedroom'
Negro wing of Grady Hospital, always come to mind. when I phrt in the parade. has private entrance and
according to Dr. Roy C. Bell of read about hospital conditionsfor
Atlanta, who appears to be Negroes In the outh. They The next meeting of the alum bath.
the integration nl will be held on Sunday, Jan.
spearheading be
way isolated Instances, butI
21, at 4 Carporte and dining
movement at the hospital.I don't think so. Inhlersnce and p.m. room
racial hatred ai", Y.-b-ieedu ii. are extra, features i City
Mrs. B IS, Cox, supervisor
of
remember well the story
I nfBs, and many times, tragedy. water and bus at the corner.
the death of Walter White's I
father In Atlanta In 1931. Wal. habits of prejudice perpetuatemore Mrs. William Doby, organizerand Walk to schools and shop

ter White, long-time executive be prejudice to; the It habit doesn't of haveto love a advisor ping. This could be yours

secretary of the NAACP, had could replace the habit of hate, See it now. F2
good cause to be bitter against and
respect for human dignityand
Grady Hospital. In 1931: hi. a sense of brotherhood could Drive Carefully!
father, ten years retired, was hit replace bigotry and smallness of
by a car whose driver was try.; In i
ing to "beat the light." Because spirit.must try this for changing greater values world,and we __r '__ _'_ _._"___-._._____
of his light skin, and no Iden the larger
spirit, because other Little Michael
tiflcation him at the time Mr. See These
on
wise we will take a much more Doby and Jackie Wilcox, who Today
t Q'orge* WblJ.e'Ylo1hta.Qn to thewhttetectknxT : Inferior lace the .
In of
family: ntfbna s sere tear _
; >'. aradJioapital.. than, we. now :hayev : the ersjof: the majorel -
ton of:the""rAlumn: Association i K, ,
'wALTIiR: WHITE STORY '
r of Cox Kindergarten. in the re. 756 NW 49th STREET ..:: :
: .When George' White's son-in- loo..CASH :. PAY 'LIKE cent'Orange Blossom Classic la. ;r..;. '..:: .
law' inqulred-about him .1D- 'the. RENT sad.. *. 2-Bedroom CBS &V =,'T'''- .
colored ward, there was no traceof
him. Going acrosa tot the 2-bedroom, front and rear Den, large Fla. room, mostly furnished. $450'd

+ white section he ,Jno.ulred again porches. No qualifying.Move Miss Cora Lee Humphrey
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about his father.ln.law. A Wai. in immediately. *' > "
ter White tells It in his"book, -e- has moved to her new 1221 NW 50th STREET
"A Man Called White, his
brother.ln law (who had a light $790 DOWN $82 MO. location
Deluxe CBS
brown skin) was asked if he Duplex

knew Mr. White. lie replied": Pays everything Gay Paree Beauty 2-bedrooms each aide. Reduced $6,000 for quick sale
"Yes, he Is my f..ther'ln.law, 3'bedrooms, 1 bath CBS

"Oh," then said the hospital with enclosed porch, barrel Salon -0-

attendants who were workingover tile roof, hardwood floor, 6204 NW 23rd Ave. 1117 NW 51st TERRACE
Mr. George, White "have we awnings. Clean as a \
put a nigger In the white ward?" whistle, near NW 12th Aye Specialist in hair styling Large 2-bedroom house with extra large Fla. room.
and accordingto
And Walter with that White(, because the and 42nd St. See today. and hair weeving Near Grand Way Market. '$400 down, no closing

attendants did not want the air -e- J19 cost.
polluted with a Negro in the $350 DOWN $89 MO.
white ward, they grabbed Mr. I
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16 days after his accident In a
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Negro nurses tried des. :
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA NAACP General Fund Exceeds North Dade PTA

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1962 ) Meets ThursdayThe

One Million DollarsNew PTA of North Dade High

School will meet, Thursday,
I York In 1961, for the Jan 18, 8 p.m. in the auditorium.
Prominent Journalists first time the general fund of Sphinx Club Annual All parents and friends of
the NAACP exceeded $1,000- students attending North Dade
000. Alfred Baker Lewis, NAACP Christmas'Party are urged to be present and on
reported at the annual
treasurer,
time.
meeting this week. The Sphinx Civic Club addedto
Head World Tour the gaylety of the Christmas Plans for the annual fund
Income for this amounted fund, Mr.to season by entertaining' their .raising project will be discussed.
Lewis reported wives and other invited guoeU at I
Haynes, $1,018,857.70 through Dec. 26 i Support your PTA. Attend
"Evelyn: Cunningham its annual Christmas party on
City Editor of the New York GALA NEW More than half of from the local sum Dec. 28 at the home of Mr. and I meeting this Thursday, at 8 p.m.
$568,787.34, came Mrs. Alexander Brooks at 2301
Courier and Marguerite Bela- branches in the form of memberships Bunche Park School Drive. I'I
fonte, NAACP special projects YEAR'S PARTYIt and special contributions. I
The evening was spent playing COMING SOON
director who was formerly with Despite increased Income the cards and dancing. A de liclous
the New York Amsterdam News, was a chilly New Year'sEve association incurred a net opera. dinner was served by the Sphinx. Teachers' Talent
are preparing to start on a 34 but not so much so to the tion loss of $131,264, because of The club planned a good time for

day trip around the world. barttcipants of a party given by rising costs and expanded pro. all. After dinner Christmas pre NightDugie's
Mr. and Mrs Ben Moore on the gram activities. The deficit was ents were exchanged among: all
Motivated by a desire to per. met by transfer of money from the members as well as their .
Mrs.
and
of Mr.
beautiful lawn
sonally observe and evaluatethe the reserve funda.. guests. From all indications: the
Elmer Kent, 2671 NW 67thS t. group had a wonderful time. Guest HouseThe
social, economic and cultural
honoring Mr. and Mrs DempseyJ. The Sphinx feel that the
progress in the orient the well- Peace Needs Friendship which existi among
Travis of Chicago.A Corps house of clean rooms
known duo have formed a "Let's them and their frleends ts one of

See For Ourselves" group which! spacious tent with flowered 500 Home those beautiful experiences of Open 24 hours NE 4.3851
to ward off life. It has been building for I
erected'
will Jet from New York in Feb. walls was is
BelievingSee
over'2$ and is becoming morecherls.hed Seeing
the cool. winds. Round red and
ruary via Air-India. After a
Economists year by year' us for clean rooms
brief sojourn in Paris they will white electric bulbs encircled the They feel that their annual affairs

visit Egypt, India, Thailand, topsides provided the lightening Washington (ANP) The are a way of saying that 29411( NW 47th St., Miami
Hong Kong, Japa and Hawaii. along with large hurricane Peace Corps needs 600 home they value your friendship and

I handles that decorated the ten- economists for programs slated. appreciate what friends have Jamaica Dugie, always a
Highlights of the tour, arrang.ed' for the next 12 months, R. Sar meant to them and they were friend
by Billy Butler, will Include tables of four that also had a gent Shriver director of t It ePeace grateful for your preaence at
opportunities to meet and know uouquet of Florida holly center Corps, has announced.In their Christmas party. INDF
people of all social levels from td on cloths printed with the Junlous Fortaon, reporte- -
so-called "common folks" to edu. a letter to Dr. Dorothy S. I
red hibiscus flower.
catlonal and traditional Lyle, president of the 27,000
cultural leaders.: Receptions --- -- -- -- -------- -
with government officials Noticeable on the lavish buffet member American Home Economies
and other social functions Association, Shriver ex. 1- Altman Insurance
table was the doll centeringthe
are now 'being planned in each plained "The range of skills
of the countries to be visited salad platter with a billowy that the newly deveoplng nations ,
skirt made of curly endives, an desire from the Peace Corps has 768 NW 3rd Ave. FR 1-2421
eye catching and colorful- horsd'loeuvlles assumed a definite pattern. A
the shape substantial and important partof
pie, pineapple
Ministers' Wives I I I pate-de-fole.gras and the ice this pattern is the skill of the INSURANCE FOR EVERYONE
the home economist. Most of the
cream roses floating atop
Give Christmas huge bowl of eggnog. Outstand. nations we will serve are asking WITHOUT ASSIGNED RISK
for home economists
ing was the garden cart
(wheel barrow) laden with Small down payment with low monthly paymentsAlso

Party crushed ice containing vintages fire insurance, hospitalizationLife

from champagne to creme de- Advertise It Pays! Insurance, with small down payment
Saturday afternoon, Dec. 23 at menthe for the guests selection
4 o'clock the Baptist Ministers'
Mrs. Travis is the sister of
wives gave their Christmas par
Mrs. Moore. Mr. Travis is the
ty at the beautiful home of Rev president of the Sivart Copora-

and Mrs. 0. W. Foster with Lion of FHA and VA Mortgage

Mrs. Foster, president of the Banking Institution and' the

club serving as hostess. Mrs. A. Travis Realty Co. of Chicago. Jbiglbl1t ..
The Travisea Iqft Miami after 1illQi]
M. Coleman in
waa charge of
tbe holidays by Jet for an ex.
" the program and Mrs. S. A. tended tour of the Caribbean '
Thomas who is the religious returning to Chicago the latter \

c Y study directress, was in chargeof part of January p OUTDOORS (
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the Christmas games. Invited guests were Mr. and .

Mrs. Elmer Kent, Mrs LudeJl ', I
for extra nighttime living pleasure
The program consisted of sev. Bell, Mr. Joe Carpenter, Mr. and 1 :
eral Christmas carols with Mrs. Mrs. Clifford! Jordan, Mr. and 1 1f
W. M. Davis, presiding at the I Mrs. Willie Slater, Mr. and Mrs.
piano. Prayer was offered by Frank Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Tim /
Mrs. B. T. Brown, the occasion, Lindsey, Golden Knowleu Mr tc' t-,
Mrs O. Brown; solo, Mrs. J, A and Mrs. Eddie Lee Hlllsman,
F. Finlayson; two minute talk Mrs. Mamie Thompson, Mrs. AnnL. '
. by Rev O. W. Foster, the bout, *
Parkard and guest Miss Gol.
Rev. S. A. Thomas, Rev Flnlay dine C. Ford of Washington,.
son, president Baptist State D. C. and her finance, MoCurdy, :
Convention; solo, Mrs) W. F. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stokes, Mr.' ';3E 11

Savoy followed by games. and Mrs Jesse Brown, Mr. and 1
Mrs. Oscar Jefferson, Mr and
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There were fifteen of the Mrs. John Edwards, Mr. and _
wives preeent. Other guests were Mrs. Edward Bogie, Mr. and
Rev. J. 'A. Ivory, Rev. and Mrs. Mrs. Roy Hlppard, Mr. and Mrs. r :

W. M. Davis, Albany, Oa.; Rev. Fred Hooks, Mr. and Mrs. Na. _
and Mrs. W. F. Savoy and son, than lei Johnson, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Henry G. McDowell, Mrs. Freddie Sutherland. a. s
Llnnle Fannin and Mrs Esther

Powell. '
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NAACPjNow Has 1,494 Units THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA Steinberg's report Was Adeemed
primarily with a type of

SATURDAY JANUARY 13, 1962 PAGE. 11 GO that occurs In radically pure

In 48 Of The StatesNEW I Negroes In bath of Its two

forms, called "A" and "A".
YORK Units of the I HUBY LONG KNEW THAT t I !
: White people have one or the
NAACP\ now numbering 1,494 In
48 states, maintained a broad PUN PHUN 31 other of these two particulartypes
attacked on racial bias through. % Of Negroes but not both.

1961, Gloster B. Current, theMsoclation'a By PHIL OSSOFER The Cleveland scientist .ald a
director of bran.
of 1.000 Negroes In At
ches, reported this week. survey rice showed that all of them had
A little
child once asked his Have White AncestorsDENVER "
Total membership as of Dec mother, "Where do our words "A" and B ,

26, he said in his report sub go after we have said them" But he declared, a survey con.
matted' at the annual meeting; 01 I do not know the mother's an (ANP) Louilt. dence comes from genetic studies ducted among 700 American Negroes
Jan. 2 amounts to 371,060. Dur. swer to this thought provoking ana's late Huey Long once said of gamma globulin (OG), the In Cleveland and Baltimore
ing the year 104 youth units and question, but have seriously he could entertain all the pure blood fraction that plays an 1m. showed that 5 percent of
59 adult branches were charter. sought answers myself. white folks In the state at his portant role in the ,body's natu. subject. were found to carry
ed Including one in North Da. Some time breakfast table which had only sixchairs. ral defense against certain. di both the "A" and "B55 types,
tona for the first in the hosiery ago, Reader's Di. I .
gest seases. but the remaining 5 per cent had
of the association. magazine carried an item "
only "A" and "B.
about an EnglUh town In which It might also be truthfully said lIe told the 128th meeting of
Among the numrous highlights the TV receivers picked up an I that the number of pure Negroes the American Association for the OF "PARTIAL WHITE
of NAACP branch activity dur. image from a Texas station. In the United States could be Advancement of Science and AN $TnY"
ing the year was the entry of Some of the viewers wrote to the comfortably accommodated in amplified in an interview that
450 students to integrated station. It was discovered that Madison Square Garden. up to six years ago sclen tlsUi The only way they could have
!schools in Dade County, Fla the station had ceased broad. had believed that GO was Identical been so constituted through par.
This was spurred by the legal casting four years before the Further evidence of the mixed in all ,people and all races- tint white ancestry, Dr. Stein.
background
work of the Miami and Liberty picture was received on their of Negroes was reported except for individual variationsby berg said.
units. TV screens here recently with the ar.
City sertlon that 31 percent of the protective anti-body activityNINE He said the ratio of this par.
On the other hand, the Tampa, Where was this picture all ancestors of American Negroes DIFFBIINT' TYPES ticular genetic GO trait to other
Fla., NAACP petitioned for admission that time I believe that this as were white. Since then he said researchers forms of GO carried by these
of 70 children to "white" yet unexplainable incident LJ a Dr. Arthur G. Steinberg, a have found at least nine differ same people indicated that 31
schools. Appeals resulted in ad. physical manifestation of a spiritual medical geneticist of Western) ent types with the variations depending per cent of their ancestors over
mission of two youngsters.Mr. law, and that our words, Reserve university, said the evl.' upon heredity. past generations were white
too, continue to exist. Perhaps !
Current asserted that when we reach the next sphereof _---._-- -== ====-========--==--- '
school. placement laws are the existence our words will be
main deterrent to school inte played back to us (Unpleasant /
gration in mauy southern states." thought, considering many of the ADULT HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION II III'

He throughs termed as "token the 1961 advances.break" words!' ) I have spoken In my lifetime

Thus, we should be '
well.
were zNevertheless instrumental NAACP in the Intla units! guarded in our speech, avoiding SCHEDULE OF CLASSES ::1
backbiting, malicious gossip and
integration of schools In four Ii

Atlanta Florida where counties nina a&Negro well as boys in unclean playback subjects from In a thin spiritual world.A JANUARY 2 MARCH 23, 1962 ,

I tar a recorder In the next
and girls were admitted to
prey .world could be form of
lously all-white ,schools. I we will experience.one Once hell we Northwestern Senior High and County-Wide Classes

leave this earth, our Clod-given I
,free will ia gone, and we no DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
,
i, rN longer bane any control over our

spiritual progress. Aware of this DIVISION OF VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL & ADULT EDUCATION
,
the playback of
s our sinful words ...
will be like the fire of hell to MIAMI, FLORIDA
us.

We cannot go back to recti.
'y or unsay the unkind and DAY NO. IIEC COURSE TIME. ROOM.LOCATION
harmful things\! we have spoken. OF CLASS
We will be In the unhappy condition I
of the rich man in hell,
who begged Abraham to send NORTHWESTERN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
1 Lazarus to warn his brethren.

(Luke 1627.31: However, we Monday 81'1" Clothing Construction 9 a.m. -12 noon Upholstery
are still here, and we still have i4 I k 811 4 Clothing Construction 12:30.3:30 p.m. Upholstery
our free will to do and say 817 4 Clothing Construction 7. 10 p. m. 49
what we pleave. Now is the timeto : 817" Clothing Construction 7. 10 p.m. Upholstery
change our cpeech& to wordsof 817 4 Clothing Construction 7. 10 p.m. 47
love and kindness. Such ac.
lion will be proof of our repen- Tuesday 817" Clothing Construction 9 a.m. -12 noon Upholstery
tcnce, and nmy, through the 822 6 Basic Tailoring 12:30: .3:30 p.m. Upholstery
grace of God, save us from having 817 4 Clothing Construction 7 -10 p.m. Upholstery
to hear our sinful words 817 4 Clothing Construction 7. 10 p.m. 47
again, 817 4 Clothing Construction 7 10 p.m. 49

So, let us be guarded In our Wednesday 817" Clothing Construction 9 a.m. 12 noon Upholstery
speech, for the hereafter may 822 6 Basic Tailoring 1230: 330: p.m. Upholstery
also be the hear-after. 817 4 Clothing Construction 7. 10 p.m. Upholstery
Fred Alexander, grand high 811 4 Clothing Construction 710 p.m. 47
priest of the Holy Royal Arch 811 4 Clothing Construction 7. 10 p.m. 49
Masons of the State of Florida
will make, an official visit to MIami FOR SALE Thursday 817" Clothing Construction 9 a.m..12 noon Upholstery
817 4 Clothing Construction 12:30: .3:30 p.rn. Upholstery
21 at 2
on Sunday, Jan. 818 5 Advanced Clothing Const. 4.7 p.rn. Upholstery
p.m. and will address the Ma. NEW HOME 818 5 Advanced Clothing Const. 7.10 p.m. Upholstery
sonic Family on the occasion at Construction 710 47
817 4 Clothing p.m.
the Masonic Temple, 1742 NW Direct from builder
3rd ave.
,
1073 NW 64th St. COUNTYWIDE CLASSES
All Royal Arch Masons are

requested' to be ,present, properly Open Sunday 3-5 p.m. Monday ,1; 817" Clothing Construction 10 a.m. -1 p.m. JE Scott Homes
regailed for the occasion. I. 817" Clothing Construction 7. 10 p. m. Orchard Villa
The entire Masonic Family, both CAPPER CONST. CORP. 817 4 Clothing Construction 6:30: p.rn. 9:30: p.nt. J.n.E. Lee
male and female departments are 817 4 Clothing Construction 7 10 p.m. Liberty SQuare
also invited to hear the Grand 817 4 Clothing Construction 710 p.m. North Dade
Priest, who is one of the hardest ,
working Masons in the Juris Monday 817 4 Clothing Construction 7.10 p.m. n. T. WashIngton
diction.' Beautiful Home on 817 4 Clothing Construction 7.10 p. m. A. 1. Lewis
817 4 Clothing Construction 1.10 p.m. a. W. Carver H. S.
Drother Alexander also holds Your Lot Construction 1.10
817 4 Clothing p.m. Frank C. Martin
the following positions: Stet
treasurer of the trustee board of Tuesday 817" Clothing Construction 7.10 p.m. Mays high School
the Most Worshipful Unl.a Free ifftv Unu eta 817 4 Clothing Construction 7.10 p.rn. B. T. Washington
and Accepted Masons!, and at 817 4 Clothing Construction 7 10 p.na. Done
present is acting general high 811 4 Clothing Construction 4.7 p.m. North Dade
priest of the General Conferenceof 5 817 4 ClothIng Construction 7.10 p.m. B. T. Washington

the Holy U. S. Royal A., Canada Arch and Masons Mexico! of ,.. Wednesday 817" Clothing Construction 10 a.m. -1 p.m. Bethel A.MILE
811 4 Clothing Construction ,8.9 p. m. J. W. Johnson
Carey P. Bentley, Dtst. Dep. 811 4 Clothing Construction 7.10 p.rn. B. T. Washington
Alfred Coakley, State Dep. Complete Building '..rvlae 811 4 Clothing Construction 1. 10 p.m. Doney JlJgh
J20 811 4 Clothing Construction 4.7p North Dade
PLANNING 817 4 Clothing Construction 7.10 p m.m. North Dade
817 4 Clothing Construction 7.10 p.m. Liberty Square
REDUCE E Z I I FINANCING BUILDING 811 4 Clothing Construction 7 -10 p.m. B. T. Washington

Lose 20 pounds weekly. New Homo Thursday 811" Clothing Construction 7.10 p.m. Orchard Villa
Your
Effective medication, Ialecuons 811 4 Clothing Construction 10 ..m. -1 p.m. JE Scott Homes
811 4 Clothing Construction 7.10 p.m. North Dade
Physician spec.ializing NoDowBPaymaat 817 4 Clothing Construction 7.10 p.rn. D. T, Washington
817 4 Clothing Construction 7.10 p.rn. A. 1.. Lewis
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Rer. S. R. McKiver pastorof
!TIMES >- MIAMI, FLORIDA IN MEMORIAMIn St. Mark Baptist Church

1814 NW 6th court died Jan. 10.
: of dear
PAGE 12 SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1962 husband lovlngfjBefiaory!'V.D.ul my DEATHS He is survived by his widow

,,CLINCH Mary M., a daughter Mrs. Hazel
woo departed, this' 'a fo January Mills, an adopted son, Roosevelt
,
'.-1' j} McKiver of Wildwood. Arrangements
16 1960.
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CARDSMEMORIALSCARD We have in'ourned",t.be loss of Range are incomplete.
,, one we did our beat' to save.
--- -- Beloved on earth regretted still Milledge Chester of 1328 NW .Mrs. Geneva J, Cotton of 7024
THANKS But may his soul rest In peace. 71st et., died Jan. 4. Mr. Chesterwas NW 19th ave., died Jan. 30. Sheis
OF THANKSWe CARD' OF Ada, Clinch r a deacon at Shiloh Baptist survived by her mother *Mrs.
niece nephew, sister Church. He Is survived by his Minnie 'Tlsdale four daughters
the family of the late, The family oC the late, brother and 'relative wife, Eleaee four daughters, a son, five sisters and three!

HERBERT HARDY Carolyn Chester, Mesdames brothers. She was &ent to Ocala
who departed this life December I Blease Watkins Bonnie Jackson Jan. 7 for final rites. -,
31, 1961 in Jacksonville wishes IN MEMORIAMIn and Lillie Mae Chester 2 sons

to thank our many friends, and loving: memory of our dear Lonnie and Milledge a sister and Mrs. Willie Mae Hall who re.
neighbors for the many cards, husband and father two aunts. Services were held sided at '1012 NW 1st ave., died
telegrams flowers and all ,kind past Tuesday at Shiloh Baptist Jan. 4. Her survivors are her
gestures of sympathy shown 'u" Church with the Rev. Griffin of.
I mother, Mrs. Johnnie Mae Lewis
during our hour of bereavement., ficiating. of Clarksdale Ark., three
Special thanks to St. John Baptist brothers and a sister. She was
Church and OES member for Leroy Young, proprietor of funeral Ized. from the chapel Jan.
their untiring service rendered. Young's Barbecue: of Browns 11, 2rp.m.v
Gertrude Lattimore vllle, died Jan 5 at his rest

And Family v dence. Mr. Young was a pioneerof : William Lewis died Jan. 3.
Miami,: r Saving come. here Services were conducted in the

IN MEMORIAMIn more than 60 years' ago from chapel at 3 p.m. Jan. 8. He
Nassau. He resided at 3048 NW
leaves a son, Armster of Ft.
of $ 46th st and was a member of Myens, a brother Walter of
sad but loving memory
St. Agnes Episcopal Church. He
4, Sarasota a nephew and several
my darling sister Is Survived by four daughters cousins including Mrs. Idell
ELLA VICTORIA FIELDS Bernice Young, Mrs. Marie Williams I Bowen of Miami.
who departed this life January Mrs. Bloneva Robinsonand

13, 1969 in Dartow, FLAt S$ Zftk Mrs. Evelyn Burroughs two Daniel Milton of 247 NW 14th

the end of the road ; iB sons, Lloyd and George 14 .st., died Jan. 5. He is survived
There lies a gateway to' gardens grand children, eight great by a brother, Minus Milton of
fair \ &ftM grands, a sister and a brother. Homestead. Chapel services were

There never a grief or a care .-. .. _.- --' O' The Order for the Burial of the conducted Jan. 11.
There', never a burdensome load Dead was recited at St. Agnes
And my loved one waits for .ne MRS. EMMA NEAL I I Thursday with Fr. Culmer offtviating. .

thereIn at the end of the road. wishes to thank their many CPMA Leader Dies
peace Friends for all acts and deeds of 9y ,
Mrs. Edna Culmer, sister kindness rendered during their Madison Taylor of 2731 NW
hour of bereavement. Special R. .W -i. 44th st. died Jan. 5. Mr. Taylor Mrs.! Isadora D. Strachan

CARD OF THANKSThis thanks to Rev. A. D.. Hall for lived here for 7 years and was a State C. P. M. A. (Church of
___ ___ _
n Prophecy Markers Assn.) leader
his words of consolation and native of Birmingham. His sur
Is the staff of Range Funeral Home MR. GEORGE M. BROWN vivors include his wife Clyde, a and state secretary of the Churchof
expression of gratitude this life Janus
who departed on
extended to friends who also our-thanks to our friends sister, Mrs. Rosetta Williams and God of, Prophecy died in
our many 8, 1958.,
ary
who went with us for the finalrltui. his grandmother Mrs. Edith Jackson Memorial Hospital Jan.
with sincere and kind thought I May he rest In peace.
fulness remembered us In the' May God bless each of you. There's an open door at the Page. Final rites will be held In Illness.7 at 6:30 p.m. after a very brief

passing of our loved one, The Rollins Family end 'of the road through which' Birmingham A staunch Christian and

each must go alone. church worker. Sis Strachan
Gone but not forgotten. Mrs. Caroline Edwards of 7026
worked in the
diligently church
CARD OF THANKSThe Mrs Lovina Brown wife 21st ave., died Jan. 6. Requiem for more than SO years During
two Mass offered at Holy Re.
Two daughters, was
this time, Mrs. Strachan servedIn
family of the late, sons-in-law, ,8 sons* ( deemer.Roman, Catholic Church capacitiesand areas of'
ace,. CHARLES A. MATTHEWS 7 daughters 'n.lawi. 23 Thursday.' There are" no Immed" 'ch'iit'c11.many work. Among: thee weeeSunday
takes; this method of saying grand children late survivors. School! superintendent

thanks to the many friends and 2 great grands services and secretary-treasurer of her
9 AY Private chapel for Coy
; relatives for all the kindness
city church. Statewide she was
shown during their hour of be. Worthy of 1312 NW 62nd lane ..
IN MEMORIAMIn CPMA and: ABM,secretary. For
will be held Saturday' at 4 p.m.
do
reavement. Especially we her
outstanding services the de
thank Rev. Fayson and the cho'r loving memory of our dear Mr. Worthy died Jan. 8. His survivors vout Christian was awarded

\ of St. Paul AME Church and mother, Include his wife, Mildred, many ;citations and re mmen.
He is
neighbors of 20th st., Beautic AREBBLLA THOMPSONwho five daughters and a son. dations.! : -

ian Unit No.7. Urban League, departed this life January 9, now on view In the chapel. Sister Strachan was not onlya

Sorority and the Pallbearers.We 1945. dedicated church worker but
Mrs. Itemilda Roll of 1321 ,
0 Master let walk with thee
are also grateful to our me she was also a devoted mother.
NW 2nd court died Jan. 10. SheIs
friends for flowers, cards, tele In lowly paths of service free; survived by four daughters, Through her untiring efforts she
s grams and to the Range Funeral Tell me thy secret, help me bear Rolle and was instrumental in educating
Miriam and Delphine
The strain of toll the fret of care. her two
Home for service( rendered. Mrs. Bertha Alexander. Arrange. sons Richard and Eddieat
May God bless each of you. mcnts are Incomplete. Bethune Cookman College and
Olive Matthews! mother IN MEMORIAMIn Howard University.- respectively
Mrs. Dorothy Matthews, xnd in rearing three daughters,
Mrs. Winifred Brooks, sad but loviang memory of House of Albert. Inez Phillips Louise Jackson and
sisters our husband and father.LAWRENCE Margaret McCall; Also surrlv
Oliver Burnett nephewMrs. McCRAY Albert Rolle, Key West na. ing her are a mother, two sis.
Ca.rletha Scavella niece who departed this life January tlve who lived at 918 NW 6th ters, three brothers-ln.law
CHARLIE MILES Relatives 7, 1961. nve., died Jan. 4. His survivors daughter in.Iaw three sons fc-
The flowers, telegrams, con. The summer rose buds, Include his father, +Theodore law and a host of relatives and
dolencea! and other personal expressions Then blossoms forth aunt Mrs. friends.
and Rolle of Key West an ,
were comforting And fades Theodora Barbes and mny more. The body of'Mrs. Strachan will
will ever linger In our hearts. CARD OF THANKSWe in be view
But memory Arrangements are incomplete on at Ridgeway Church
Our sincere appreciation to The image of its beautyNever of God of, Prophecy at the cor
each and everyone. May God the family of the late changes. Mrs. Lucinda Johnson' pioneer ner of 22nd ave. and 60th .t.,

bless you. And may our loved one Mlamlan of 1766" NW 66th St., Friday from 7 p.m until 11 a.m.
The W11 BOM Whose earthly cycle died Jan. 8. Survivors are her Saturday. The body will then be
And Relatives Has ended always live husband, Alex a daughter Mr* taken to the Church of God No.
[in the memory our heart Beulah Jones three sisters, a 1, corner 17th it. and 6th ct.
CARD OF THANKS Mrs. Dorothy McCrayAnd brother a grandson Services where the final rites will be ad.
I ChildrenRichardson will be conducted at 2 p.m. at ministered by the Rev. Charles I.
Mt. Tabor Baptist Church. She Mackey at 1
The family of the late '- _ pm.
MR. ROY LEE DAVIS SR will be on view in the chapel 1I.m.

who passed away on December Friday. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN

5, 1961 and was laid to rest on
_
Eugene Hill of 1950 Washing This is to certify that all bill.
December 11, 1961, takes this James P. Baker better known
ton St., Opa Yocka died Jan. 2. in connection with
method of expressing thanks as Son Baker, an old Key West. the funeral of
and appreciation to the many er, who had lived in Tampa for His survivors are two niece, the late Mr. Earnest Mack who
friends, who' were so kind dur manyyears, died on Sunday, Jan. Mesdames Gwendolyn Brown and died on March 19, 1961, were
Ing the hours of bereavement. 7. Services will be held Jan. 14 Charlie Mae Reed. Services will paid !n1 full by his daughter,
Thanks for your cards, letter, } 4rti in Tampa. He leaves to mourn be held Saturday 10 a.m. In the Mrs. Lillian Doby. This statementwill
;, I flowers telegrams cars, and all his low In this area Mrs Manny Opa Locka chapel. He will b* on be verified by Mr. Lester
other kind gestures of sympathy. Hanna. view 6 p.m. Friday Albert of the House of Albert.

4 Special thanks to the Francis o r 11A
Funeral Home Rev. Aaron D. + Clarence Jackson of 822 NW --------

Hall: and Eugene Butler, Harry r. y 1st court died Jan. 6. He will be. "Living Service for the Living"
Allen Willie Allen and Daniel shipped to Montgomery Ala for
Cooper, who served as pallbear final rites' on Jan. 12. He' leaves
ers. Again thanks to everyone for his wife Willie B. and many oth
everything. th er relatives. The body will be on
::4
r' The Davis Family :' view on Friday afternoon.Sam .

LILLIAN JOHNSONof
'Young, a World War I
CARD OF THANKSThe 1530 NW 63rd St., wish to veteran of Delray Beach died on
take this method' of thanking Jan. 3 at the V. A. Hospital He
family of the late everyone for the kindness shown leaves.'to mourn a host of relatives
I MRS. CHARLOTTE GIBSON, daring her Illness and death. and ..frl 4s. in- FL Vail**,'
are desirous of expressing their' :EspeolaUy the staff at.Jackion Ga. The body-wu'ahipped'ti .Ft.:
sincere thanks to the many Memorial Uoapital'he'V'n.; J. E. Valley where services were held :
, friends and neighbors for all Culmer ,Guilds of St. Agnes on Jan. 7.'Gregory.
f .y
\ kind deeds and acts rendered Episcopal Church, relatives, .
,f them in their hour of bereave friends, neighbors, BeauticianUnit Ponder infant son of
ment. Special thanks to ElderC. No.7, Lodges and social Mr. and Mrs. Gus and Almetta
,
C. B. Rock and Bethany SLA clubs for cards telegrams, let Ponder died Jan. 5. Graveside Oscar I. Range Funeral HomeM.
i Church The House of Albert tars flowers and other gesturesof services were held at Evergreen

and to everyone else whose names remembrances, M. S. Allen Cemetery Jan. 11. Athalie Range Owner N. Patrick
94 8 are too numerous to mention Individually Mortuary for Us untiring servicesAll Jackson Range, Mgr.
here. May God bless of which helped to relieveour Clarence of 822 NW
all of JOU.LucUle. hearts during this sad occasion. lit court died Jan. C. The body 5727 N.W.17th Ave.

Pinkney !! May God bless each of was shipped to Montgomery,

. .A Marie Hlgg.Ruth"OibsonXdaughters. you Ala. on Jan. 12. ervlces will be OX 1-O131 OX 1-4343
',' ; "'r Mrs. Della-D. Carey and held Sunday. Ha leaves to 4_.

Floyd Gibson son Family mourn a wife, Willie B. JTHE
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unfurnished NEWLY Renovated apts. in furnished the Opa or, 1962 SILVER KNIGHT THE MIAMI TIMES -. MIAMI I, FLORIDA, .
Classified "
Locka ,"
area near church school :
and shopping center Call Mick AWARDS ANNOUNCEDThe SATURDAY \9B2 \ '
.. Ins Rental Agency. NE 4-0500.<< JANUARY 13, PAGE 1 i .

f ,' I&dt Miami Herald; announces I
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FOR RENTE. In the fourth annual Silver Knights
-
ROOM .
nice i
neighborhood, hot Awards program honoring high
water. $8 week, 1817 N W5th ct. school students.The .
#?.J', PIOARD Phone 634.4471. ; ,
i. Rental Agency competition.is open to any
Rental collections; property 2'BEDROOM duplex CBS. high school senior n Dade County
Management, real estate house 2149.51 NW Large A student must hAve attended
55th
J569. NW 8th St. FR 7.2902 OX 15761.. St. Call his school for at least his senior J i
: I year to be eligible for nomination.
FURNISHED 1 bedroom apts. A school committee working under Ii I
Large rooms, stove, refrigerator, the direction of the principal rii.:1.!: i

new new highway.furniture, 4190 1 block NW from 32nd FOR SALE each to will category determine shall which be submitted entrY. in :

the Herald for final Judging. '
ave. DUPLEX. $500 down total
$8,900. Tile bath, 4933 NW 16th A nominee must possess the '
HOUSE. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, Ave a qualities of leadership, character I
$26 weekly. Furnished or unfurnished. and achievement. The categories ts "' I I II
Also 1 ,bedroomgapte. 3 BEDROOM HOUSE, Fla. room, 'tire (1) English And Literature, \
Adults only. 137 NW ,25th St., glass porch. Rear:: Z .bedrooms, on ; ((2) Foreign Language (3)) Mathe
Phone: Day FR 72196. Eve. FR big key lot. All In nice shape matics (4) Science, ft) Social Science .
9-3530. ,;J 26 out of town owner On proper. (6) Arts (7) Athletics (8)
ty;;Saturday. 222(122( NW 61st Journalism (9)) Mu.Jc .(10)
MODERN, nicely furnished room St. MU 15740.. Good terms Speech and Drama (liy,Citizenship ,,
with cooking privileges. In clean and (12) General Scholarship \ 4 d
place.. 'Call OX 1.4864. CORNER STORE Awards in each of these L
suitable
for
12
categories Include Silver
a
AUDITORIUM available for small barber shop, beauty parlor or any Knight Trophy &nd $200 cub to i
church business Corner NW 18th winners.. The 'three runners ua
use. Call OX 6-0231. -
ave. and
69th
J27 18th Terr. 6950 NW : in each category will receive $50
ave. NE 3.6203 or PR" in cash and
94922., a plaque, and each
LOWEST RENT In town $14 for official school candidate will receive
2 bedroom apartment near new a certificate of merit and 'a i S4
BEDROOM house CBS adJoin. Silver Knight Pin.,
highway, 3200 NW 47th St.
ing apt. With f
Income. 6329 NW I
8th ave.
BEDROOM APT. Unfurnished. ,
1980 NW 55th st. NE 39908. I Miami Times Ads

NICE LARGE ROOM. 5710 NW FOR SALE Get Fast Results
9th ave. PL 1997. J19

ROOM with WOMAN LOOKING for ride from
home Refined
privileges.
lady or couple. ReasonableNE 188th NW 7th ave. and 58th st. to NE 1962 Auto Tags
55283. I8t. and 19th ave. Mon.
thru Sat. except Thurs. Phone NOW ON SALE

3-BEDROOMS, Fla. glass WI 7.3486 from 9 to 4 after 7 Baton La. The .
room p.m. call PL 16803. Rouge Revs CORE field secrtaries David
porch. $25 week. Also 4 'room Brine your registrationswith D. Elton Cox CORD field secretary Dennis and Jerome Smith and
house both $15 week. Light wa. 'you and you can pickup shows Injuries received In Daton Rouge CORE chairman
ter fre 2220 NW 61st at. MU p your tags without wait. Daton Rouge CORE demonstra Ronnie Moore were beaten by a
15740. tton on Dec 16, Dill of Rights; guard in the parish prison.
J19 FOR SALENew Ing. Day. Cox is being supported by CORE has sent protest to both
Limas Jefferson and Charles the'' Louisiana and the United
1 BEDROOM APT. Adults. 826 beautiful 4 bedroom Keen Auto TagAgency Price In a related development, States Attorney General.
NW 56th st. $15 week. Phone
NA 44084. 3 baths income property. I: J

Low down Immediate 2688 NW 62nd St
FURNISHED 1 bedroom cottage payment. For Safe Or Rent
apt. $I 6.50 Including utilities occupancy. Directly across the street
1012 NW 75th St. PL 48925. from Steven's Markets
West HollywoodNA Bedroom, CBS House
3 BEDROOM HOUSE, fenced
with awning and fruit trees. 8860 46983FOR FRONT FLA. ROOM SEE SUNDAY
SW 127th Terr. Call MO 6.9792 '"

anytime after, 5 p.m.
-- 0 1950 N.W.. 47th 'St.

FURNISHED one bedroom apt .
775 NW 69th St. PL 4.9069. SALE ---o--

Adults .
only.LOVELY Call HI 5-3524, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Real ROOM home for to yourself workingman. MUST BE SEEN $345& down $69 Mo. y fall. MO. 5.5004'afterS ,p.m.BUY .

Private bath, entrance cheap; CBS 1759 N.W. 50th ST.
NE 5-5283. corner home on 2 lot I
1
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1391 'N.W. 42nd St. Nice 2-bedroom on large
A CHURCH 1772 NW 62nd Sti:
1777-1779 NW 60th St. 1 bed. landscaped lot. Carporte, ,.
room,, 1773 NW 61st St. 3 bed $15,500 total price Total price only $8,300. No

r room, call OX 1.3625. $2,000 down qualifying. ''No closing costs. A BONE TODAY !

3 BEDROOM APT. front and e
back door. In 1 old CBS
building in the Liberty year City area SOUTH OF 54th ST. Drive' by these Ford Realty beauties, then come by
U2.50.let week. Call MIcklns Beauty Shop for Rent '
office and will help with the financing.
Rental Agency NE 4 0500. $395 down $75 Mo. our we you

Fully equipped, very
$18: weekly., Large 3-bedroom reasonable Custom built 2-bedroom ----0-7

home, newly painted Inside. 7504 with 1962 occupational CBS with two Florida rooms TeM,
'
NW 21st place Also $10 weekly enclosed No ", 1.. 3020 NW 70th ,f $91 month
large 3 bedroom duplex. 1365 license plus garage.
Includes taxes: and insurance -
NW 58th Terr. Phone III 6.1266, closing costs.
Good location Beautiful 3-bedroom lUJjbath>> ; o +Move right in
i I.
FURNISHED ROOM. 1986 NW *. '
37th St. Call MB! 2.6203. Excellent businessOX NEW 2. 2997 NW 64th St# y9 $300 down-$59.02 Mo.

0 e, living room din. 1-0825 or OX 1.2073 3. 7021 ,NW 29th Ave. $450 down--83.52 Mo.

Ing room, bath, kitchen, big $995 down ( 3 bedrooms)
front porch, center of school
church, and shopping and bos FOR SALE NEW 3-bedroom, 2 bath ,CBS 4.. 5015 NW 10th Ave., $380 down
Hues. NE 5-4940 for appoint built in oven and range. No>>
went. (FHA., Term)
I' f I,: qualifying, no closing. Must

BEDROOM house also furnished 34 BEDROOM be seen to appreciate. ,5., 1399 NW 50th St. $500 down-$89.16 Mo.

apt. Near Grand Wa.,. 1274 ., (Nice CBS duplex-Live rent free)
NW HOMESSee
66th St.UNFURNISHED.

Start the New Year right 6. 788 N.W. 52nd St. $450 down-$83.52 Mo.

bath, duplex. $65.1 Mo.bedroom 4935 NW tile them, ,corner Let.us find you a home. We' (Furnished duplex-CBS 5 years old) i

16th ave.LOVELY. will assist you with your
8th Ave. at 56th St.
I financing 7. 1177 'NW 50th St. $300 down-$77.20 Mo.

small house, buy like 3 bedroom CBS (near school)
rent. Excellent neighborhood. $50 PL 7-6663 or JE, 1 5973 PL7-8456 283 NW 79th st
down or lew. $22 per week. NB 8. 7552 NW 13th Ave. $100 down-$65.00 Mo.
5-8566
1 bedroom CBS home. Nice lot. Move right in

ROOM*In private horn., Private. ; ... ....
ath; Ja.4.1'klt&beA' pitrt Quiet :" ;' <'-Ji W EXTRA. ; CASH? :' .' "' I --r y--' ', I, ?1, M

OX ia.tea-"Uo"eet.-utt.N'W'.3146.. ; .,6t1tt ,r MEN 'ri[ WOMENPart "We have over '500 other's? ; J '" h eta

We are open Saturday and Sunday too

NICELY furnished hot and cold time, hour arranged to suit you. Car necessary.We We are open Monday and Friday till 8 p.m.
water and heat included. 2491 train you.
NW 59th St. Call JE 83464. Can Fast advancement. Average $250 month plus s
be per ,
teen before noon on Saturday.REPINED FORD REALTY Inc.
car expense, bonus. ,
dwellings. Furnished
efficiency Also 350 Be at office 8 p.m. Thursday evening
one room.
NW 6th St. FR 41424. 106-09 :NW 7th Ave. 5524 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 7.2559

3 BOOM' Cottages water tIIrnl h- See Mr.,II. J. Rutlrdge Deal with the largest real estate office in Liberty City
e4I. $10 weekly. 569 NW 8th St.
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NEW MT. CALVARY TRINITY C. 'M. E.

1 7103 N.W. 22nd Ave. 611 NW 4th St.

Rev. W. P. Tirpley, pastor Rev. E. A. Brown, minister
Sle. Ernestine Hart, reporter Sis. Julia Hammond, reporter

meto Sunday School . . 9:30 Sunday School . . 9:30
Morning Service . . 11:00 Morning worship 11:00
I Evening! worship . 7:00 Evening worship 7:00

I Last Sunday we had a wonder ST. MARK'S BAPTIST
ful service brought to us by our
pastor. 801 N.W. 62nd St.

St. Matthew Freewill TRIUMPH CHURCHPrince I MT. CALVARY BAPTIST Rev Joseph Smith, pastor
Sunday afternoon at consecration -
School . . 9:30: Sunday School 9:39:
2014 NW 6th Court C. Mobley, pastor Sunday hour we also had a wonder
Rev. J. D. Woodley, pastor Sis. C. McKinney, reporter Morning worship . 11:00 ful time. The brothers and sisters Morning worship 10:00:

Bro. Nathaniel Thomas, reporter School of Wisdom . 10:00: B. T. U. ,. .? . . . 6:30: prayed out of their souls. BTU 6:00:

Sunday School . 9:30 Y. P. E. Band . . 6:30 Evening worship . . 7:00: We are asking our members to Preaching 7:30:

Morning worship . 11:00 Evening worship . ..... 8:00: service the year and let's work GIBBS CHAPEL A.M.E.
YPCL . . . ...... 6:00: Sunday morning everyone was together. You know together we
There I la a soul saving and very happy to ,,hear Rev. Stephens divided fall. North Miami Beach Fla.
Night service . . . 7:00 stand, we ,
healing service that I is now in render the message. It was very Rev. O. E. Turner, pastor

St. Matthews was spirituallyfed progress. The saints and everyone inspirational. Let us pray for the sick and Sunday School . . 9:30:

all day on last Sunday witha that are attending are really Sunday afternoon at 5:30: ( we shut-ins. Morning Service 11:00:
beautiful revival com
message had BTU. We have a new president .
ing from our pastor. He preach.ed being blessed by the Lord. Deacon Johnson, also we MT. TABOR BAPTIST

out of his soul. The meeting began Jan 1 and elected new officers ,of the BTU. ST. PAUL A. M. E. Rev. P. S. Brown, pastor

This Sunday will mark the will last throughout the month ,Sunday night once again Rev. Rev. M. J Fayson, pastor Sunday School ...................... 8:45-
presentation of the Honorable of January. If you want the Lordto Stephens rendered a stirring ser. Mrs. Let Gray reporter Morning worship ................ 11:00'''

Musical Tea given In behalf. of bless or heal you why not mon. Sunday School . . 9:30 Evening worship ................ ... 7:30
out and attend services. . .
Nathaniel Thomas sponsored by come our After service the Lord's Sup Morning worship 11:00:
the No. 2 choir. Please come out administered_ to those Evening worship . . 7:00: ANTIOCH BAPTIST
Each Sunday there is a special per was
we are looking forward to baring service at 12 noon and the LordIs who wished to be fed. Our first. Sunday service was: Rev. J. W. Stepherson, pastorM.

a good time. really being glorifed. The We are praying for the sick accompanied by the Holy Spirit T. Copeland, reporter

You and' yours are welcome to address of the church is 14901 members to have a speedy' re all day. The morning message Sunday School............... .... 9:45:

attend St. Matthews at all NW 22nd ave. Can we look to. covery. was delivered by our guest mint;, BTU ,.......................................... 5:30:
times. :ml r ward to seeing you in our next later, Rev. Coffee, presiding elderof Morning worship . 11:00
the Ft. Pierce district.
meeting? Evening worship 7:00
ST. MARY'S C. W. M. The sick was visited and com.

BAHA'I FAITH was visited and communed.The Bright Morning Star
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor
Allan Perlman of 210 Palm Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter pastor will attend a plan; (FREEWILL BAPTIST
Island Miami Beach will speak 1571 NW 68th St. Sunday( School! . 9:45: nlng board meeting in Daytona 360 NW 14th Terrace
at the Baha'i Center 137 NW Sunday School . . 10:00: Morning worship .r 11:00 Beach this week. Rev. Fayson's Rev. R. Smith, pastor

llth ave., 8 p.m. Sunday, Jan. Morning worship . 11:00B. Evening worship . . 7:30 ae'rmon touched everyone Sun.

14. The subject of his talk, whichis T. U. . . . 5:30 day night. NEW MT. ZION BAPTISTRev.
is based on William Sears' Evening worship . . 7:00 The following' Sunday School
officers were elected on Sunday: Mother Simpson 1 1& ill at home. W. M. Mason, pastor
book Rev Ernest Williams, pastor .4
"Thief In the
Night a John Dullard, superintendent; Please visit'the sick and shut-in. Rose and Mary Minter, reporter
Deacon Fred Williams, reporter
commentary on biblical pro.
phesy and fulfillment will be Mrs. M. Worthy, assistant; Mkss Sunday School ...............__ WO1:
"Tree of Life." The is In. Last Sunday morning and Maxine Major, secretary; Ar. Morning worship .._......_._. 11:00))
public
Church The Door
vlted to attend phone evening our pastor delivered a thurlne Brown, recording secretary of Open BTU _..._...._._.........__ 5Jr: (

FR 1-5420 ,for further secretary In. most inspiring and powerful meaI Freddie; Mrs.Lee S. Bryant Dawkins reporter.treasurer; (Congregational) evening worship ................... 7:09

formation. sage. Rev. H. C. McDowell, pastor
I ST. STEPHENS BAPTIST
This Sunday the music will be Morning worship,, was Jed by A., E, McNtrl J. reporter
rendered by the No. 2 choir. I Rev. H. V Stuart. Everyone ,was Morning worship . lliOO: 1781 N.W. 73rd Street

MT. ZION AME CHURCHOpa Let us not forget the nick and blessed during the teesttntonial Attending church the first Rev. James P. Waldon, pastor'
service. The choirs sang Jointly Sunday School 9:30':
Locka of the was a
Sunday new,
shut-ins: Sis. Green, Sis. Wood with Miss Jennie Parka at the I year Morning Service 11:00'
Rev. H. E. Greene pastor pleasure to those who worshlPipt'd
aide and Bro. Butler organ. No. 1 ushers served. BTU 6:00:
Evelena Glenn reporter at the,Church of the Open -

Sunday School . .9:30: Evening, devotion ,was led by I Door as Rev. McDowell .gave one Evening Service .. .. 730;

i Morning; worship . 11:00: THE INCARNATION Rev., Stuart. Holy Communion of his most I Inspiring sermons. GREATER NEW 'BETHELOpa

Evening worship . . 8:30: was administered. Both choirs The annual of the
r meeting
1835 NW 54th St. sang with Mrs. McFord at the Locka, Fla.
The first Father Elisha Clarke Jr. vicar church Is a must for all loyal
Sanday services be. organ. Rev W. K. Smith, pastor
members. Please remember Wed.
gan as usual with the pastor In Rev. II. E. S. Reeves, assistant Wilene C. Robinson, secretary
nesday, Jan. 17, 8 p.m.
charge. The subject for the
Winter Schedule Sunday January 21 is the annual Dr Sunday School 930
morning was "A Little Farther"for Low mass . . . 7:30 TEMPLE BAPTIST Faulkner Day. ) ship, Morning worship 11:00:
the evening, "Thy the Remedy Church School Bible Class 9:30: with Ua and hear him'spealL.. Evening worship 7:30
Rev. L. A. Thompson pastor
Solemn Sung Mass . 10:45:
School _..................... 9:3(
Sunday : I I There will be music by Mt. Olive MissionaryRev.
Jr. EYC . . . 5 p.m. special
All members and friends are Morning Worship ................ 11:04
the choir.
Sr. EYC ..... . . 6 .
admiring the new look of Mt. p.m. Evening Worship .. ................. 731. Benjamin Franklin, pastor
Zion with new windows, new Solemn Evensong . .1:00 B. T. U. ..............._.............M 6:3( The pastor's training class for 2nd Ave., Hallandale, Fla
heaters and new lawn with v\ J p.m. I church membership will begin Yvonne Jackscn, reporter

shrubbery arouad the church. WEDNESDAY- The annual New Year's Dinner, immediately following the an. Sunday School ...................... 9:45:
LOW Mass . . . (::80 ciety sponsored will by be,the this Missionary So. [ nual meeting. Children nine Morning service .................... 10:49:
On Friday Jan. 12 will be Saturday be.
fln!t quarterly, conference with our The annual meeting of t h e : ginning 1:30 p.m. at the church. ible years to of attend.age and above are eliff. Evening service .................. 730:

Elder Roberts in charge. He congregation and the election of Donation $1.00. THE HOUSE OF GOD

will also be with nis all day Sun. Vestrymen for the year 1962 children All members are eagerly ;;
day. took place last Sunday morning' The at the Kendall lag the Building' Fund pledg4; 1612 N.W. 62nd St.
following the morning service Home, accompanied by the ,head drive that will come off in Feb. Mother E. L. Orange minister
Sunday night after service the chaplain, the Rev. Raymond ruary.The slogan is "Twenty-five Deacon Sawyer, reporter
Those elected Leo Arm. Somerall, B. A., will visit
missionaries will have a feast at were: thousand "
a must. Sunday School . 10:00:
the church. brister, senior warden; Ellis Ad. Temple Sunday at the 11 a.m. Morning service
.
11:30:
derley, union warden; Arthur service. A cordial welcome to 'visitors': Evening service 8:00
Choirs Nos. 1 and 2 are in a Blatch, secretary Fletcher Paschal -
I contest that will end the last assistant secretary; ; Thomas I The No., 2 choir, Mrs. Matilda Tuesday Bible Study . 8:00:
week ,In Hall president and Bro. Chae. Friday service 8:00
January. On Jan. 13 P. Johnson treasurer; CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
choir No. 1 will be selling bar- Charles Wyche and Thomas O. Ambrose director will celebrate CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
Its anniversary at 3 An in. Christian Nvf
becue. ribs, fried chicken and Johnson. p.m. Science Society,
chitterlings dinners all day at teresting program i sbehg pre. Miami holds Its services every 220 N.W. 20th Street
the home of Mrs. Evelena Glenn During the morning service officers pared. The public is Invited. Sunday at 11 a.m. Booker T. Elder G. U. Fann, putor
2390 NW 164th St. on the 3rd of the Guilds and other WMshidgfon School. Testlmoniacme.tings Sister Mary Browder reporterWe

Sunday at 3 p.m.. Choir No. 2 organizations were Inducted :as are held once a month,
will have a musical program at follow: ST. JAMES A. M. E. the last Wednesday In etch Invite you to come and
the church. month at 8 p.m., Indt worship with ua.
Rev J. Blacknell pastor
Vicar's Guild Mrs. Yvonne B. ,
Sunday School 10:00
Mt. 'Zion is in sympathy! with Deveaux, president; Sacred Heart. Sunday School . ; 9:30 ROCK OF AGES M. B. Morning worship 11:30
p Bro. ,Joe L. Harris and famllly Chapter, Episcopal Church Women Morning worship . 11:00
after'the death of his father We ,' Mrs. Martha Strach }n. Evening worship . .,. 7:00 67th Rev. St.J. W.and King llth Ave. GREATER ST. MARK P.B.
are also praying for the chairman St. Ellzabeth'a Chap. ,
A9 recovery of our speedy ter, EWC. Mrs. Elizabeth IIOMKCOMINO ACTIVITIES Morning service ..,. . itOb: 1455 N.W. 53rd St.
It was nice to see pastor's Sister father.Doro. Knowles; chairman St. Ann's Services will be held _ch Sunday School .. . 10:0: Sis. Sarah Williams, secretary
Jan. 16 thru Evening service . .. 7:3 Rev. F. L. Johnson
and pastor
thy McOhaney In service Sunday St. Margaret Chapter; Mrs.- evening beginning

morning after having been ill a Julia Clarke, chairman; St.Theresa's Jan. 16 Rev. M. J. Fayson, MT.. SINAI BAPTIST Sunday School < 9:30:
4j' ; couple of months. Mrs. Lillian Chapter, Mrs. Slu.ba St. Paul AME.
Twigsrs is also doing fine. Visit Martin; chairman Eph.;copal Jan. 16 Rev. T. C. Kelly, II.,. S. A. Thomas, pastor Morning Evening worship 11:00
Mt. ZIon this Sunday. "onurcnmen, Leo Arnwmter; St. Paul AME Coconut Grove Mrs. J. S. Walker, reporter worship 7:00:

president Ushers' Guild, Nehe. Sunday School . .. .. 9:30 BROWNSVILLE BAPTISI
J.n. 17 Rev. H. E. Green
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GRACE raiah Ferguson preeldunt St. Morning worship 11:00
PRESBYTERIAN Cecelia'e Choir, Thomas 0. John. Mt. Zlon AME Opa Locka. Sal- BTU . . . . I:00 Rev. R. Thompson pastor

;' 6895 N.W., 14lh Ave. son, president Mrs.\ Eloise Out. ters Jan.Chapel 18 -AME Rev. Brownsville.Benson Evening- worship . . 7:00 Annie Pratt, reporter

;: Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor ten, Sunday School superinten. Jan. 19 Rev. Sneed Mt. NEW PROVIDENCE B. Sunday School __.....,...__ 9:3C
Sunday School dent. Laud rdale.! Moraine worship ,-ri.4 liOC
. 9:30: Zion AME. Ft.
Morning worship Jan. 21, the Rev. C. J. Burney Evening wnrst11p.____ 1:00
. 11 00 Members of the Vestry On Sunday pas pastor
were
Youth Fellowship . . <6:00< Inducted at tor will deliver the morning mes I Sis Claudia Wilson reporter Liberty City Lutheran
evensong.
Evening worship . 7::30I sage. Guest speakers of the at. Sunday School . . 9:30:
I time before On Sunday at 7 p.m. the St. ternoon and evcnlnlng will be Morning Service .. ..11:00: Carver YMCA
The big
"our building fund us now is Cecelia's choir will present Can sons of St. James, Rev. S. L. Gay 3TU . . ,. . .. 5:00: Rev John Dede. pastor

a which will keep us quite campaign busy. tata, "The Everlasting Joy" ar. of Opa Locka will deliver the Evening service . . 7:00 Sunday School 2:00
' ranged by Ellen Jane Lorens message at the 3 p.m. service Worship Service 1:00
Sunday morning after the ser. from the works of J. S. Bach. and Rev. J. J. William of Met.
vice the, chairman of the neceesary Soloists are Mrs. Eva Adderleyand ropolitan AME Church will be THE CHURCH MT. AARON BAPTIST
i committees will be
selected. Mm. Julia Clarke. There the speaker for the evening ter.
Building campaign chairman (Undenominational) Rev. A. A.
I* will be McCrarey pastor
a guest organist for the '
'
II Mrs.;" Johnnie PattenAppreciation :antata. Another feature will be vice.The public U invited to bear Bishop J. Robinson pastor Mary Ann Turk, reporter

is expressed>> to I the traditional Candle Light Ser each of these outstanding min. Llllle G. Hall reporter Sunday School 9:30
'; the members of the congregation vice. isters. Make it a point, to spend Sunday School . . 10:00 Morning worship 11:00

and friends for their sympathy the day with us on Sunday Morning Worship .. . 11:30 BTU . .N-. .1:30
v fur the Fet'1tIl"\n family during The pnbllc! is Invlfd! to worship!'! TJ -'ng the family and have dinLC.1. VPCW . . ...... .1:00 Erenln wor, !'!Mn' . 7.nn :
their time of bereavement with! us. I I I Ircllu:: ,; :W f'.I.1'i:3!\! ; ? im \\ ,].) . : .JO





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Bus Seating Fight I SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1962 Your Watch Cleaned, Oiled, Adjusted !: :tV

Guaranteed .................................... $4.75 '.

I pating Sentenced In a 1958 to Jail anti for segregation partlci. Your Portrait-Only ... ................ $1.00 "."
AMAZING "
(DADDY) GRACErzaei1II Class Rings Luggage Watches '
campaign In buses In Birming Radios
ham, Ala. two Negro ministerswere Guaranteed Watches .......... from $6.95t ba
j denied a Supreme Court ,
hearing this wee:*. DAVID JEWELERS .M
The REV. J. S Phifer and the
Rev. F. L. Shuttles-worth were 1188 N.W. 3rd,Ave FR 4-1522' i'? ., : :'
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sentenced to 30 days and 90
days respectively and each were
fined $100 !
In their appeals the ministers
BRAND
said they were convicted with. (2) NEW HOMES

out evidence of guilt "under a
vague and Indefinite" provision OPEN SATURDAY & SUNDAY

enacted ination. to enforce racial discrim Located at corner of 5185 NW 31st Ave.

The demonstration was againsta And 3089 N.W. 57th St. on 70x130 Lot
new bus seating law which al
lows drivers to'assign seats, and Owner-builder on premises. No qualifying. Move
Negroes were sent to the rear of
the buses. Failure to obey orders Right in. Low down payment. Easy terms arranged "

is punishable by a maximum of M ,
six month In prison and $100 c.WYNNE JE 1.6902 ::1
fine. V'i ,
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Pinder Finally
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Goes to Jail I i #y q [ Service Calls

A once powerful gambling figure p { f
TV 50
PL 1-8381 $1
began a five-year prison I- 3 ; 'r
term Monday because he just New Brownie flash camera $6.50
wouldn't quit the numbers.To ,
avoid Howard ,Repair and sell TV's, radios and hi-fis
exhausted
G. Pinder
a strenuous
series of legal maneuvers which Also new electric heaters $6.00

ended Monday before the U. a p ALL 'OUR BALKS AND REPAIRS GUARANTEED
Circuit Court of Appeals In FREH DELIVERY
Or'eans.! S'I
The sentence a Know your TV man and save money ,
one had been given him after
SCOTT
I JOE
his conviction in December of '
1959 in federal court here for 923 N.W. 62nd Street PL 1-8331 I
violating the gambling tax laws. Authorized Factory TV Repair and Sales Co. I
It was Imposed Monday.
U. S. Deputy Marshal Guy ;;II I
Hixon Laid Pinder, In Dade I
County Jail, may be sent to Tal.
lahassee to serve the term.

January 12, 1962, marks the second year of the pas MJUUTS CUT-RA1E STORE

Your Miami Times sing of the late ,Sweet Daddy Grace. Although he is gone, The Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome

On Sale Here his spirit lives on. All the pow r, the glory and ecstacy 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 42376SSS

MIAMI that stemmed from his living presence abides today in

Down Town the hearts of his followers. We Tonic ............................ 1.45 Special Angel Skin
Ramos Grocery, 302: NW 14th St. can never forget Daddy Scott's Emulsion Hair Cream 2.00 size, 1.25
Economy Drag, 1101 NW 3rd AT. Grace because the Bleach& Glow Cream .
Park's Sun., 1201 NW 8rd Ave. of constructive works he did while TAxtonft ................................ 1.7a pins tax

Hartley's, 1201 NW 3rd Ave. with us. He demonstrated again, and again that !he was 7.20 .n....... 1.75 old 07 Rercamont

Service Drag, 1240 NW 3rd AT. no ordinary soldier, that he had received his equipmentfrom Lanolin Plus lair Groom ................... 50

Harlem Walk-Inn, 1042, 1400 NW NW 2nd 8rd Ave. the Armory of God. An undying devotion and an Liquid ......................., 1.75 Old O7 Pressing Oil .95loz.
Drag AT
Nick's everlasting memorial shall Free Dolls ................ 1.08 to 13.98
1522 NW 3rd Ave. forever exist wherever his
Charles Mitt.. 840 NW 10th Ter. name is heard.Submitted. Gifts of all descriptions. Use our layaway
Lenny's Drug, 1700 NW 3rd Ar.
Dodd,', Gro1030 NW 8rd AT OPEN DAILY & SUNDAY 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.\
by the House of Prayer for All
Arch's Gro. People,
1700 NW 8rd Ave. JOHN A. McMINN, Owner
Jay's Drug, 427 NW 20th St. Elder F. Gist, chairman; Elder N. Harris, reporter.
Stanle,'* Gro., 1000 NW 4th Ct.
Myer: 575 NW 20th St.
Dixie Drug, 505 NW 20th St
Hillside, 1842 NW Oth Ave.Person's .
Sundries, 1501 5th Ct.
Eddie's Dnur, 801 NW 3rd Ave.
Rarkrtt's, 708 NW 2nd Ave.
F. L. T., 714 NW 2nd ATC.
Alex: Hundrles, 715% 2nd Ave.
818 Shoe Shine, 818 2nd Ave... I Which word is older !
Harlem Sweet Shop, 208 10 St. IW
Carrie's Gro., 155 NW 17th St. I
Tucker Gro., 1400 NW 1st Ct. Gin
Southern Gro., 1701 NW 1st PI. > orGordon's
All new Qolnlela Tot
People's Droll 402 8th St. Hoard
LIBERTY CITYV ? t Time will be
Comm. Drug, 0750 15th Ave. GENERAL Observe
Little Super Mkt., 5820 17th St "".
Bethel Sundries, 6828 18th ..tvaSmith \ I Individual Seats
.
Sundries, 0704 18th Ave. \ ADMISSION
18th Ave. Gro., 0307 18th Ave. :
Dallas Gro., 0700 15th' Ave. $
llett,'* Gro.. 0064 NW 15th Ave. ) 50
Newton's Sundries, 082O 18th AT.
Lib. Beauty Salon, 0707 15th AT.
Griffin Gro., 0572 15th Ave.
Bannister's, 0200 NW 15th Ave. Fi( IDI
J and J Drag, 1410 02n Seymour's, 1804 NW 02n.1 St.
Jack/ton's, 6000 NW 12th Ave. .
Matthew' Oro., 0081 15th Ave.
Convenient Gro., 5804 22nd AT. See America The BeautifulIN
Lerner's, 2090 NW 75th St.
Thomas Gro., 2350 75th st.
Llncomfleld's Drag 2001 62 St. ILEA AIR CONDITIONED, RECLINING SEATED
Flash Gro., 5553 NW 17th Are. .A i: lONDONDKY
STREAMLINED
Midway Drug, 2208 02nd St.
Cecil Cleaners, 2230 02nd St. GIN
CARVER RANCHES .w.w.,.. w.wvrww.+rw..wr
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GREYHOUND & TRAILWAYS
Howe's Barber Shop Pembroke ,
AOICTI1 MIAMI lltfiACH i fr T!' KJ y w I
Mrs Bflller
Marie Sand*. 1020 NB 155 St. BUSES
OPA LOCKA
Magnolia Sun., 14570 22ml Ave.
Lowe's Oro., 1734 All Baba Av.1NUIer's (in is 69 years older, but sinceCordon's I .
Sun., 15110 2nd Ave. ASK ABOUT OUR
Bnnche Drag, 2280 Bun. Park
David Lawrence 1501 20th Ave was introducedin SPECIAL RATES FOR GROUP TRAVELWe
Esther's Gro., 1710 AU Bab

Samuel Michael Stanley Sanders, 15281 2500 18th 100th Ave.St. England in 1769, it has been Reserve Your Seats. Pick up Your Tickets Here


Sple ft Span BROWNSVILLE, 4801 NW 27th Are. the world's word for gin. At Our OfficeNORTH'S
Neal's Mkt
4825 27 th ATO.
D-ownrvlUe Drag 4034 27th AT. TRAVEL BUREAUFR
EInora' 8ondrl, 4320 27 Ave. ouraia twos wr on.100'x WTUI wan tamo ROM OML N m
Tracy'. Gro., 5010 NW 82nd AT. toxt2 ww cauatltutptouc1al.tuL/ 9-8451 1104 N.W. 3rd Ave.
Jet
Drug 2609 NW 54th St
Jlmmie's Oro.. 2600 NW 54th St. *,
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I Who Made Sports Headlines in 1961-- of Commission the Federal in Communications Washing.. PROUDLY PRESENTS .

Sports In 1.9$1 bad many' BOWLING champs of '61 In the ton. THE FAMOUSROYALS'

,I, thrills, and sportsmen of every men's singles division, Earl John As a fulltlme elation WMBM :
clan pulled no strings in delight I son and Bill Tucker. Women's would continue to present the
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with a 'slugging champ, almost all records in the 60, 100 civic events and programs of
Roger Maria and a clutchhitterof and 220 yard distances, In. qpecia) interest and public\ \ .. err FEATURING
great renown, Mickey Mantle doors and oijtd or,. vice M hour, a day,
This corobtpatjon represeptlng Ralpfi Boston of Tennessee ROY ABB1T and
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the perfect combination. for. |) M !many other oytatan4!! ,
ipg fpiWRltr activities t ,
1961. Sellers was the leading
BOXING, though\ in a spmewh.at Jockey for the year and Carry The Admission 75 Cents
WUmt ,
Tlmfs' wW be th*
}. confused state for most of Back, Kentucky Derby and first to ,
the time as to who to the champ, weakness winner vas moet outstanding MJJM :'flU al1pquA4)t1.t go f All \ time when op, Carlos Clark your Congenial Host
where, when Why, has been
pr tbreq.year 014. 4 99 pi II .IIt <4'.1.J|
ale to get a few matches in, that .
; hare collected great interest In Support The NAACP I .. ,. '
\ their, outcome. FOOTBALL: fjelsman Trophy
'winner Ernie Davis was tops in
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'The heavyweight bout between
'I the college ranks and fullback -
Patterson and McNeely Jim Taylor of the championshipGreen r
considered by many aa a phony, Bay Packers to thought
I I was probably for thai very rea. wl' } pf in the pro clrpult.'
son one'of the closest watched
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r. this mismatch, Patterson is still BASKETBALL, Jerry Lucas, a
heavyweight king with another good reason why Ohio State is
ci' defense of his title to his record.. the nation's top basketball team,
has small competition as honor .... .
1. The Light heavyweight dfrl. man in college basketball.The I
slon has two .claimants Jo the foremost for enjoyment of
crown. Ageleee Archie Moore and sports in 1962 is good, as skills
', Harold Johnson. I get better, competition keener
The Middleweight division, the fans will be treated to the

., like the lightheavy, is nursing best of sports.
differences of opinion and has Thursa ao.18
two defenders for the lame title. NEWS REALTY AND 12TII
Gene Fullmer, the most recognized FRAME TIED FOR LEAD
and Terry Downes. News Realty and 12th Frame
Benny Paret of welter Hi Hats are deadlocked tor first
place in the hot race of the Excelsior
weight, Joe Brown of light.
;. weight and League. This is a positionto
Davey Moore of
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their \ t of the league as both these
respective divisions.
current leaders were very slowstarters I MIAMI'S FABULOUS E\\!

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produced a winner of great skill
Behind the leaders are Wilson
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peak
performance at the
time of
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success Fonda Terrazzo, Olympics, EAL
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National Bowlers of 165 and up aver
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Gary Player was mas MUchum 1731! Ted Potter 171;
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MIAMI FLORIDA
Weissenborn to Hair Stylist at

f1 SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1962 PAGE IB SOCIAL SECURITY r Modernistic Salon
+ Oppose EldredgeIn

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Dismissed Tenn. State ElectionMiami

Attorney Lee Walseenborn -

wlrt uM.111_ announced Saturday that he !
is candidate for state representative i

I Students Win Hearing: Q. I have been working for from Dade in group 2
-the seat now held by Segrega. 4 A 1
, eight years. I don't know If my tionist David Eldredge.

NEW YOllKf Federal Judge The students did not learn of boss is taking out social security "Dade County is entering the

Killlam pj.) Miller of Nashville, their dismissal until almost a Should something happen, to me, greatest period of growth in its :
Tell 1., ruled this weak in favor month later. All 13 were jailed will my children be protected history," Weissenborn said "andIf

of 13 Tennessee A and 1 University approximately 30 days In Mississippi A. Check with your social security its potential to be fully rea.
lived we must have capable, responsible
, students who were summarily t after their arrests in office to see if your earn- .
and aggressive leadership
ings have been reported.. If
dismissed last June fat Jackson, in Tallahassee.
they have not been reported
i' fI
" participation In Freedom Rides When the students were re* your social security office will "Mr. Eldredge, in his do-
from Nashville to Jackson Mta4. advise what action to take.Q. .
fJ: leased' from jail and returned to you nothing terms of office, has tot.
; District Judge Miller ordered Nashville, they requested and My mother has worked under ally failed to provide this lead. :
.;. that the 'Negro students are en-- I finally received an audience with social security for the past ership which Dade and its.
tltzens eo vitally need. I believe '
President Davis who informed 10
at $100 month.
?: of the charges against them be. them that the action of the She years is now 60 and wants per to Quit "I can provide this leadership :ii I
fore action Is taken on the school's disciplinary! committee work. How much will her social I Weissenborn said.
: titled (o a hearing and'notice ofgrounds was mandatory under state security payments be if she .
The said
32.yearold
attorney .
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J', of misconduct. policy. They were told they draws it at age 62f he felt that all public officials- Delores Ellison a 1960 graduate
of Northwestern Senior
could take legal action it
they
;- The students received a letter I wished. I A. Your mother' social security local and state must concen. High School of Cosmetology, has
: from President W. S. Davis of I I benefit will be about $47 per trate in particular in guarantee* completed her Internship in hair
Tennessee A and I on June 1, The studnts then went to Attorney i month. log a favorable political climate styling under the guidance of
: 1961, notifying them that they Avon Williams of Nash. which will attract industry to Mrs. Beatrice Moore. and Mrs
. were suspended for misconductand vllle, who took their case. Their I Q. My disability claim was Dade. Sallle Collins. For that youthfullook
could not return for the suit was supported and financedby disavowed because I hadn't Weissenborn, h i a wife, Judy let Delores, style your hair.
school year of 196162. Dr. the NAACP Legal Defense : worked long enough under nodal and their two children, live at She is also Mrs. Collins' assistant
Davis based his decision on a I und which won a similar case I I security. Did the 1961 amend. 2201 SW 90th ave. lie is past 'at styling weev hair. C a 1 1 FR
state disciplinary regulation of last summer on behalf of Alabama ment change the length of timeI president of both the state and [4.0044, the Modernistic Beauty
"., April 8, 1960, which authorizedhim State University students who needded to work.A. county Young Democrat, past Salon, 826 NW 3rd, ave.
to dismiss any student ar were expelled in 1960 because of No.. you still must have commander of the Coral Gables
rested and convicted' on charges their participation in I
Montgom.cry American Legion Post and was
worked under social security five nUl'Tumc. RECTAL
Involving personal misconduct. sit-in demonstrations. chairman of the recent national
out of the ten 'years Just before DISEASES
you became disabled.Q. convention of Young Democratsat
., Miami Beach, which featured Office Treatment, Low
; I am 68, sick and unableto President Kennedy as one of
work. Can I get my social se. the speakers. Cost. Free Examination
NAACP Has Basis
Legal curlty raised? I DR. LONG'S CLINIC

A. No. Social security payments 1545 SW tat St.
are based .on your average Advertise It Pays! PR 3.2748
For For Freedom earnings. The fact that your
Fight payments are not enough to iaz&eezassss&sz&s s sa : e @
meet your needs will not allow
PEOPLES DRUG STORE BARBECUEAND
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them to be increased
New York The NAACP completes ,treatment for Negroes from business

establishment of a legal establishments. Q. I became eligibJe for pay. LUNCHEONETTE .
bail for protecting its mem meats of $80 per month in 1960.
402 and 406 N.W. 8th Street 4-5874
This same law also cover this My wife gets $40. How much in FR
bars and activities from judicialand
right of Negroes to Use "peacesful 'social security payments can I
legislative attacks during persuasion in order U draw if I make $2,400 a 1962 Drug Store Bar-E-Que
1961. bring home to their local community
the fact that dtecrlmlna A. Your payments in 1962 Specializing in prescriptions, Featuring+ breakfast lunch
I Robert L. Carter, the aesoctation'a tlon is being practiced and will be reduced $960 ($250 for patent medicine and sundries a- dinner Old Hickory lIar
I your earnings from $1,200 to becne from 5 p.m.
addres
general counsel should be abolished.
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0:30
Open dally : a.m. p.m.
$1,700, and $700 for
sing its annual meeting here on your earn. Fri., Sat. to U80 a.m. Open Fri. Sat. to 9:30 ..m.
indicated
The General Counsel Ings from $1,700 to $2,400.)
Jan. 2, added that "the NAACP that the United States Supreme Your payments will be $1,440, Satisfaction Guaranteed Free Delivery
must turn its attention north. Court now has before it a case and $700 for your earnings from
ward to school d aegregaH's1, originating in Virginia which $1,700 to $2,400)), Your ......
pay- t l !!!! -2 2 -2 ': :: A 1ii-2 =i1!2 :t :
jobs and boulllng.hU will determine such basic questions ments will be $1,440 less than
net $950 or $490 for 1962. You and
pointed out that "recent
decisions of the U. S. Supreme Can the NAACP continue to your$120 a wife month will$1,440 get a in total a year of) Over 4,000 Customers Can't be Wrong!
Court have extended and moro finance' civil rghts litigation?
if you make $1,200 or less.
flrmjy established the right of S. R. 22's Written While You Wait
the NAACP's members not to Can the NAACP continue to
have their name revealed by, urge Negroes to assert their constitutional Service First a. low at
government authorities." right in court? COMING SOONTeachers' $5.40

Mr. Carter said that theN is Can' lawyers continue to act at
doubt, under law, that NAACP counsel In such NAACP support Talent InsuranceAgency Deposit
members may engage In peaca- ed cases without themselves, the Start yrnun
ful picketing and peaceful tactics NAACP or its member being Night surance Unmedl.
aimed at bringing equal guilty of violating the law? ately.


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1 1 the crime. Utes charges filed against her. HEARING SITS BBOORD
; ", TH'E" MIAMI J TIMES,, MIAMI, FLORIDA a accomplice I. ,
added that aftet being arrested' moved that The hearing set some
Attorney Moeca
SATURDAY JANUARY 13 1l Simpson also tAfeeeed and im. ., ,\
PAGE 16 ; and without ..
; Heated Mrs. ''fcftfta* as one who Millings be discharged oa.... record was I'''''
et-up the robb>y. Simpson also ground. that he had nothing to lei In that It attracted 4..
named Millings. 1'/ .j murder. eat crowd of spectators :
I EUGENIA FREED do with the robbery or .
THOMAS Utes und.erwtllome very ever attended a
said the elate
Achor
heavy ...0.. exatsUfatton by Oib.ltn Attorney tag In the history of this :,
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not shown probable cause crowd mostly emf.,
---- --- -- -- Carr and A eh of, but held hU pad] munit seekers k'
the stand first degree murder In the osity ,. WAS undoob
Continued from pag J pointed ouf Henry In the court. own well and left for '\(' ,
both and M
room as one of the men whom without any of his statements care of Simpson, but ,recommended present Friday 1:
case against all of the deIM' j'e met In the house. He could ,being openly impeached. that the Judge bound because defendant)In. Thomas and was had onp'the .. ,"

dents. jpt! > definitely identify Simpson, Det. Kenneth a Jones followed Simpson over on a charge of sec. charged with masterminding 0" ,,-
bit) said that there was another Utes to the stand. Jones explain' and degree murder or man. holdups and robbery, which'led :' : I
Dr. Carlos G. Llanes, deputy in the house. slaughter. It was Simpson who
,gunman '
medical examiner of Dade Coun ed that he assisted In the arrest admitted shooting Mrs. Dunaway, to the murder.
ty was the first wetness called CONFESSIONS TOLD of Mrs. Thomas, and that ,but declared that It was an ac
Dr. Lllanes testified that he ex., Also Simpson told him that he did' I cident.
testifying Friday night 1
what he was supposed to do -
amined the body of Mrs. Dun. LOOKHave
Det.
were Warren G. Holmes of
away and performed an autopsyon involve everyone who was In the I Carr said Henry Jr. was not In
the; Miami Police, Dept., who tooka '
The rested follow took
the morning following the case defense the house when the shooting you forgotten '
statement from Henry In which
hilling and found that she died he confessed his part in the Ing Jones' testimony., place, and therefore' questioned Truefdell's Beauty Shop? '
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t> bound t
'of' his being
from a gunshot wound in the left 'I the legality '
ARGUMENTS
bold-up murder.
robbery and FINAL
it is cool and
There quiet
murder
side of her face. The doctor' aleo over on a first degree ,
EloJmea also took a similar ,,
The state had. apparently builtup
said that the bullet private
was a .88 C 4s
calibre.Dr. statement from Simpson in a 'powerful'case against all Asst'Attorney"!!' ,Jones, ated*'prfctf
Howard Hadley, well which he Involved Mrs. Thomas. four 'of the defendants, which sented a very 'forceful'argumsilt' 1265 NW 71at Ter.

:known dentist and a nephew of Det. E. D. Hamm, also of the many spectators felt should cause against Mrs. Thomas and Millings 8-0169
Mrs. Miami all of them to be bound over to adding that he did not Phone PL
Dunaway, was the second Police' Dept., said he got
witness called Dr. Hadley |dents' an oral statement from Millings he' Grand Jury. The turning think It was necessary! for him to Elizabeth T. Merchant
fled the and lie point in the cue was easily a talk about Henry and Simpson;
body of Mrs. Dunaway' ran detector tests on the and
Owner Operator
from pictures made at the morgut three men. The state rested fol. most Impressive and impassion since they had already confessed.Jones .
and shown him by the State At. 'owtng the testimony of Dot ed plea made by Judge Qlblin for was good, but the turning Come hare your hair done
Mrs. Thomas In the first of
torney. Hamm. a point was the argument >present>
series. of final arguments for the ed by Qlblin. the Excelsior Way

Probably the most Important Det. Michael Daughtery, who defense, which apparently car.
witness for the state was GUI heard some of the> confessions I red a lot of weight with the ..
David Hogan, of 1622 NW 2nd if. Henry and Simpson, was the Judge in arriving at his ruling.
nw. who was the third witness nly witness called Friday night JUDGE G1BLIN SCORES Brand New Homes !
called. | | by the defense.
Giblln argued that there had
irOOAN" TESTIFIES EXTRA LARGE CROWDAn been no tacit evidence againstMrs. Save Money !
Hogan told Thomas, except one the
a shocking
storyof over'Crowded: courtroom of
how he went to the house persons from various parts of her statement, which by Giblln Simpson said involving was Owner at 1430 N.W. 59th St.
whrA the Mlllnsr occurred that the
community WAS present
,
promptly denied: by Mrs. Thomas.
a tt'rrtav afternoon the Open Sunday 2-S p.m.
'knocked on throughout hearing, which Hiblin called the police work on
the door was told to come In by was marked by sharp clashes be. "
the case' "abominable, and ad 72nd Street
N.W.
p"''n maids. and once inside sawe tween the opposing attorneys, ded that Mrs. Thomas' arrest I 2161 N.W. 89th Street 1318
.* woman of the house, Mrs. particularly Carr and Jones and
was Illegal because the war.rantunder
order
Katherine' Wi'-on.!' Ivlng on the Judge GIblln and Jones. which she was arrested Lots for sale Will build to

'In floor her faw arms.down. Hotran with a added baby that boy The hearing adjourned at wa and could a state only and be county legally warrant servedby BARON JE 8.1340 JE 24343
12:80
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Saturday morning and the
duet as soon as he entered, one'!
a sheriff, constable, one of
o' the two men whom he met Judge announced that It would be
continued at 7 o'clock their deputies or some other
t**>n>. nu1JPd the following
a gun on him. said
state |police officer, but not by a
Monday nightCONTINUATION
thin
Is
a stlck-un and ordered
city police as was the case In her
him to He on the floor face down. MONDAYAt arrest, when city of Miami police "Cream of The Crop"LOVELY

Hogan continued that Mm.T 7 p.m. Monday the continuation served the warrant and arrest

)"naw v arrived a few minutes of the hearing began. ed her. HOMES .' OPEN
Inter I and was to'd to come The Det. Robert J, Utes of the Gtblln cited Florida Att. Gen
p'unmllln then ordered her to lie Homicide Bureau of Miami was Richard Irvin, as his authority
on the floor saying this wasa the principal witness called to for that ""Statement. Giblln also MORTGAGE PAYMENT ONLY
stick-up. Dut Mrs. Dunaway the stand about three hours. tl said that the state imply want 1
A b-tran to laurh and later tussled the staid about three hours. It ed to ruin Mrs. Thomas' reputa. Nothing Over $500 Down
i with the gunmen. Hogan said h(' was Utes who led the Invest1 a. tlon because she was unpopularwith
later heard one shot and then Lion, took statements from the certain local Negroes. -
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She was dead on arrival at Jack against .peach of them. Utes answered Giblin's Assistant, Leilnson 4321 NW llth COURT
r son Hospital. a Long list of question beach also presented a very forceful
Hogan also said that he had of the defense attorneys. argument In Mrs Thomas' be. Gorgeous CBS,bedroom, 2 baths, prestige home In
about $170 in his pocket when Utes told how Henry Jr. con half, explaining that her so-call.': lovely area, carports, large lot, fully fenced.
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