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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: January 20, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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39th YEAR, No._21 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1962 16 PAGES10 Cent




I Bigots Dynamite 3 Birmingham Churches I



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Three Negro churches and several hundred dollars, was

nearby houses were damaged by caused by from one to four MOTHERS'MARCHER
sticks of dynamite.This Kills 3YearOldBoy
dynamite 'explosion: Tuesday In Truck

Birmingham, Ala. was the first incident of
Its kind since 1958 when an un.
the The time churches and no were residents vacant of the at successful attempt was made to I
dynamite a church. in On Trike
houses were reported Injured, Driveway
but two police officers near the Police officials and pastors of
scene of one of the blasts BUS. the bombed churches were at a .
talned minor InJurlee. loss to find a reason for the In.cldent. .
A truck killed a three.yearold
.. or to say whether they
The first explosion occurred involved racial troubles. I ? boy on a tricycle In a drive. ::1ii
soon aftfer 10 p.m. at New :, av Saturda; .
Dethel Baptist Church; the sec. .Birmingham has been one of
ond seven minutes later at St. the trouble spots of mob vlo. Dwayne Pjuyol!. of 343 NW 9th
Luke's African MeThodlst Episcopal lence since 1956, when the homeof lied whop a vegetable pl'odwot h ii
Zion Church three blocks the Rev. F. L. Shuttlesworth backed over his tricycle 0,1 I ,III IIIF IIIN14 \
away; the third about 40 minutes was damaged Christmas nightin "t p.m.
later at Triumph Church of an explosion.
Kingdom of God in Christ, a 9 ru'oboy\ Ion!! of MI
small church about) three miles After a federal judge had or. ''II i nla Payol pedaled his trii.A t,
from where the other explosions dered desegregation at the parks, the, path of tike tru'I( J( ,
',., occurred.A golf courses and swlmmlsg pools, I )y. ;,adore \Vtrjen, 73, o1St. I
the city closed most of its public 'Y l p"t3Gth .
preliminary check indicatedthat recreation facilities Jan. 1 this '
the damage, estimated at year utri Sold Mimi Acetyl',! 'rt +
T tlgator Mel StfFwmt 1 111I tu\ I
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Police Find Horse Book
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week of undercover diggingby Services for Rev Solomon 11.

a pretty Miami policewoman Earths Kilt famed linger,dancer Mciver, 'pastor of St. Mark i
paid off Thursday with the are FIVE FORMER and actress, displays badge she will Ilapttut Church for 27 years who t
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I" wear when she joins Mothers'
resided at 1287 NW 68th Terr.
r rest of six persons.vThe March for March of Dimes at end I
.' CHAMPS ENTER and who died Jan. 10 w e r e
t/ poU e\Voman101ed' In . March of Dimes hopes to raise suN I Iflclent t. John Baptist Church. Rev W. V,
downtown hotel as an outwof. GOLF TOURNEYFive funds '
for wider research into Tanner 8r, delivering the eulogy
work newcomer. She placed bets birth defects sod arthritis, and for lIe leaves his widow, Mary, a
and poeed aa a prostitute to get former winners are continued work In polio. daughter, Mrs; 1I&lell1.1II11( an J'

evidence. Vice Squad Sgti Jim among the early entries In the adopted son, William, a grand. R-
Minis reported. ninth annual North-South Golf eon two brothers, Elder Mclvtr ..
Tournament Feb. 19.23 at the HAITIANS CLOSE of Tampa and Roosevelt McKlver ). \
The> arrests first came after pt Wlldwood.
\, Miami Springs coune.Th'i"x.champloM I f
the policewoman picked up her THEIR BORDER
winnings at Pinder's Fish Mar. are Richard BEAUTICIANS \
I ket 1701 NW 6th are. Police Gardner New York City three, Port Au Prince ,Haiti!.- Drl,.
armed with search warrants raid. tlme' innateur winner; Mlaralsa' OeD." Jean Rene Boucicanlt, chief .
ed the market and turned up bo. Joe Roach, tour time amateur of Haiti's armed forces, declared TO MEET IN .
lita and horsebooking slips and champion, Muriel Patterson, an. the Haitian-Dominican border
11,500 In cash. other New Yorkers; Cliff Harrington closed Thursday : f HOT
SPRINGS
Ft. Campbell, K,. and ;
Jack Sand, 40, halt brother of Ted Rhodes St. Louis, the lat. Six U S. newspapermen cndea.vorlng I
jailed numbers boss, Howard ter two In the pro division to cross Into the Domini. Chicago, Ill Beauticians
Pinder. of 2540 NW 18th aye, can Republic were given a flat Hot'Ha Davis in the blonde beau. from every part of Ube countryare
and Elijah Knowles. 5J, of 1138 Rhodes gained the National "no" by Gen Boucicault. ty scoring a big hit with audiences making plans to attend the
NW 31st it:. were charged with Negro title four times while at Miami's Hampton House 17th National Convention and
possession 'of lottery and horse Harrington recently won the U. Club. Ml/is Davis sings a sclntllat. Annual Educational Clinic of
booking paraphernalia. William S. Arm1' crOWD. YOUR DIMES Ing song and once was vocalist the United Beauty School Own.
Palmer, 66, 2150 NW 6th Are WILL DO IT AGAIN with Duke Ellington orchestra ers and Teachers Associationand
was charged wlft accepting mon. Also among the early entries, Alpha Chi PI Omega Sorority .
ey for wagers on horses.In according to tournament director She had her own radio chow in and Fraternity (Greek Letter .
Ray Mitchell Is Jackie Robinson, New York City nndhas appearedwith Beauticians) which convenes
a second raid at the Villa former Dodger baseball state the Katherine Dunham dan., April 27 through May 1 in Hot t
de B te Hotel, Biscayne Blvd cera. She has done summer stock Springs, Ark.
and ND 8th St., police charged More than 300 men and wo. and was the actress who replaced
Della Estrada, 31, with offering men are expected to compete In Lena Horn in the Broadway ,The greatest International
to commit prostitution. the event, which also Includes singe< play, "Jamaica." clinic for advanced study of hairstyling
swim and fashion shows beauty and beauty culture ever
Clarence Black, 70, of 215 contests, treasure, hunt and bar. iL1"4 tihe .also heads civic organlxa.tlons held by leading Negro beau
NW 6th ave., a bellboy, was beetle as well as the Trophy .,In' her community and has tlcians of America, will be held
booked on a charge of. procuring. ) Ball. at, which the prizes and three daughters, twins and a during the Convention.
)..- tot prostitutes. I cash awards are distributed. single. tI Seventy-five top beauticianswho

have studied abroad will
head this clinic, which Is utilized
I ; URBAN LEAGUE TELLS CONGRESS. by the sororlty.fraternlty, to
raise the educational, standards i


DISCRIMINATING EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES CHOKING OFF t teach of The the beauticians.European clinic will and especially American /

methods of hair styling, hair cut.

I : Mftt NEGROES ,EARNING POWER; ASKS EQUAL OPPORTUNITY

l Curtailment) of the earning to proposed Federal action on proved economic status, the lies makes itd HBry for more vcrslty professors will Instruct 1 .
equal employment. opportunity Negro _* In the methods of teaching psy.
power of Negroes through dls. presenQ employment position of wom work than
etiology, business administration
criminatory employment prae. Mr Allen cited data drawn Negroes can be described thus; white women. v g'% home economics, political science

tines exacts a "staggering" toll from the 19(0 census publisheda 1. Negroes are more likely to 6. Despite hl'eerjJ ttnemploy. and vocational- education. Dr. -
that our economy can 111 afford few weeks ago by the National unskilled semi-skill. meat rates, nonwhites hare less Richard V Moors. president of ,,
&. atop official of the National Ur. Urban League. Copies of this 32. work In or protection under the unemployment BethuneCookman College, is ,
ban League warned In congres.IL page document titled: "Econora. ed jobs. insurance, programs, and securing aU professorsor the
atonal. testimony la Washington Ic and Social Status of the Negroin 2. When at work. Negroes because so often they are In the academic classes Non.member,
,I. Thursday the United'States," were pre. employed fewer hours per ar'I' lower-paid occupations those are Invited to this clinic.
canted as aa exhibit to the com. that are protected receive small.er The National Baptist BathHouse
., Alexander: J, Allen of New mlftee!! In conjne on with Mr. 3. Negro men urn (0 percent benefits than unemployed (01 Malvern Ave wilt 61.1.
Tork. associate executive directorof Allen's statement as much as white meD while whites. be the ,headquarters of the eon.veatlon. W
the NUL. presented a state.ment little more
a
Negro women earn .
, In behalf of the orraolsa.tlon The Urban League officers than half as much as white wo. Mr Allen said that mankind
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today Is faced with only three Mme. Marjorie 8. J0111 .
before the House Special drew attention of the Congress men. ...
choices how to sustain Itself. national ctJ/i
supervisor
on ;
Subcommittee on Labor at It. man to these faces as set forth
Invitation, the Congressionalbody In the report. 6. The lower earning power of '"One. he said "Is t to cam t Kent, 'frtad basllejH Dt "'114 ';
ham been conducting hear. Negro men and the! more fre. living. The second .U to beg for &hulerrrlnnationa r''Urtr. ;
lags for several months relating Even after two decades of 1m. quent breakup of Negro faml. It. The third Is to steal" ;I
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Elks Head Thinks. .

PAGE 2 SATURDAY, JANUAY 20, 1962 r: r

_' I ALLIANCE FOR PROGRESSMAY
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Around MIami York City Assertingthat report of his observations in the
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the darker people of the I Caribbean. He left New York!:

Caribbean could become easy prey on the B.B Afgentlna for Barba.

for Communism, a leader of the dos on the first stop on his observation
By DAVE BONDU fraternal tour.
nation's largest Negro (

organization, launched what he
Judge Reynolds said:
-.-- called "an observation tour" of
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.h..w the arra to report its need for "If the United States is to

PRETTY GIRL of The Week; I most talked about and heard help under the Alliance for Progress make a success of its program of

Thelma IIanderson . Pretty star of 1962. Then you'll die program, which has beenfostered Alliance for
Progress in
Boy of The Week: Wallace Orr laughing at one of the funniest Iby President John F. the
. Man About Town: Ira Blos Kennedy. Western hemisphere, it becomes
comedians in show business, Bill I
som. necessary for American leaders
Bernardi. He is a wonderful per. Judge Hobson F. Reynolds ,
business labor and
and Ruler of the Improved fraternalto
son really a scream. 'grand Exalted
I DROPPED IN TO see K. o. ..- Benevolent Protective assist the President in a fact
Smith at the MI Bowling Club, Course the Richie Brothers are Order of Elks of the World indicated finding program to see to it that
there, and there is really no Dr. (Captain) James A. Johnson I
and he tells me that he has one that neglect of tin Deeds none of he minorities are passed
of the Blngln est, swingeet bandsIn way to describe them. You haveto of the United States Air I of the darker people of the areawould
hear them to believe them. I over in the distribution cf
our
South Fle-rida. They are Forces Dispensary Rhein Main invite the spread of communism .
Sammy Moore, his Hammond organ They are one of the nation's top from Cuba to the rest aid.
Air Base, Germany has been assigned
clown
comedy teams who sing,
and his band. The crowdsare
and
of the area, although he was
starting to fill the club againto play instruments and are all. to the USAF Dispensary, not requested to do so, he Itjs unfortunate that iu many
do the Chicken Scratch. As around entertainers. This Thun Dhahran Air Field, Saudla Arab. would send President Kennedy a instances, we fail to help minor.
derblrd Motel has show that
K. C. puts It, "with this' swing starts at 11:30 and a runs till la, effective Feb. 7. Dr. Johnson sties, and later when they accept .
Ing band, we just might start
about 2:15 a.m. Berge calls it will be commander of the Communistic aid, we declare
the amateur shows again.
the "Thunderbird Telethon." I Dhahran Dispensary for three Dispensary.Dr. that they were inclined towards
must not fail to mention the "
Communism all along.
Bell captain, Curt; the car attendant months during the final stagesof Johnson is the son of Mr.
SATURDAY NIGHT at Baker'sFamous Bill, the dining room deactivation of the the USAF and Mrs. Daniel Johnsoln who
Corner looks like the
personnel, Betty. Carolyn and component at Dharan. Following reside at 1238 NW 72nd st.
Orange Bowl with FAMU play- Charlotte and, of course, the completion of this project he If you drink like a. fish i
Ing. There were so many people
will
return to his duties
as Depu
top man, Mr. Alsop who is the I
there, I could hardly get thru
the door Connie and Carolyn Matre'd. Lastly because he belongs fesslonal ty commander and chief of pro I Advertise It Pays! SWIM DON'T DRIVE! I
at the end, my good friend. services at Rhein Ii
Farmer have made the 'Corner'even : i
more famous and that and ex-light heavyweight : .. :,,-- i
Rotisserie Is doing nicely, too. champ of the world, Joey Maxim. 11'j.j. I
That id the man with who
handles security. Everybody at
TilE GLASS is Mill holding his That is the man who handles security

own glass, sez that Hot Papa Everybody at the Thun.
Turner la going all out this derblrd Is Just as nice as can be
week doing "The Wireless Telephone and its a gorgeous place. NOW OPEN

Operator" and "Sacrificefor .
the Gorilla", and holding over
E. Lois Forman. Rose Marie, the With that, I'll have to say : I
hottert dancer he's ever had in that is the place to Live Life ,,
the Knight Beat, will also be in Every Golden Minus of it. Peacel! t:

the show. Naturally, Frank DuBois :
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and his band swinging I ,
everybody out so they can ;: To The Public'I
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Chicken Scratch Even stars / <. ,
like Phyllis Branch and Ernes. I
tine Allen are doing it. 4"JL<# I

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FIRST THINGS first. Last -

week, I goofed when I wrote that /" M. :
the new Paul Maason Sherry
Wine was "smoother than Duff w tJIIY.r
Gordon." I apologize for the er.
ror in my statement. I used the r
MIAMI'S
word "smoother" rather than FABULOUS Ea

"as smooth." We all know that !

Duff Gordon product.la a fine and excellent I


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AT TilE POLICE Dept. they've I
got a wall frame with a pictureof
one of the policemen with his TURF CLUB

name and an Inscription under it, ,
"Precinct Employee of the :
Month." This month it U Officer {
Victor Butler lIe has been on I
the force since 1950. This is a
nice _gesture and it Is good for ---
morale. It shows that some of Fred Alexander, grand high
our city employees are appreci priest of the Holy Royal Arrh I
ated. Masons, of the State of Florida Double Deck
will make an official visit to Miami
on Sunday, Jan. 21 at 2
QUICK, NOTE Dept: Conffrahi. p.m. and will address the Masonic ,
lations to Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Family on the occasion at
Armbrister who have a girl. It's the Masonic Temple, 1742 NW
too late to have the TV fixed, butI 3rd ave.
think they ought to have Ira I
Maxwell fix it anyway eo we All Royal Arch Mason art)
won't hear of that again next requested' to be present, properly 'a '
year Louis Jordan is in town jegaUfd for the occasion.
for about Smonths Nat The entire Masonic Family, both BRN1Wm
Jones, a fine Jazz pianist IK ap. male and female departments are
peering at the Playboy Club also Invited to hear the Grand
The Hampton House has a new Priest, who is one of the hard.
swinging! band Rector Bailey eat working Masons In the Juris
on Hammond Organ and you diction.,
can twist until your hips fall off j
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: Brother Alexander also holds
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Johnny
Hearts is Lomelo's King 0' the following positions: State .
Jumping again. He's treasurer of
the trustee board of
got Alvin
Gholston on tenor sax
the
Most
Worshipful Union Flee
and an all male
revue with Phil
and Accepted Masons and at
Harris as M. C. and producer. present is acting general high

priest of the General Conferenceof 79TH ST. & 7TH AYE.a

THAT Thunderbird Motel has Holy Royal Arch Masons of
about the best show on the en. the U. S. A., Canada and Mexico
tire Beach. Featured attractionis Carey P. B ntley, Dlst Dep.
Berg Vaughn and Alfred CoakUy, State Dep.
his
band
which consists of four men and rs>sxss a x asa>** a >,>ja*amsax **> a mm>, >,aan x

they play 12 instruments It is a
Our
"way out" band then from Liberty tective Beautiful Circular Bar Seats 80 People .'
Italy the Three DeMara Sisters _

who are all beautiful and can Agency andPatrol Service Additional Tables Seat 40 More .
really sing a song. Next there is
the swinging trumpet of Jimmy NICK "CHIEF" FERGUSON
Roma. Here is a young man that
is a real artist lie sings the LT. JAMES C. HILL '
blues you like to hear with his Entertainment
trumpet and is really great. SGT. CHARLES WILSON Nightly : ,

Office: OX 1.1231
The fabulous, exciting voice of .

audience Phyllis Branch next. She captures has worked the Home: OX 1-007O ,. ,

"nost. of the major hotels on the :-: Dancing :.:
Berm and all of them are

1 geeing.tor her to come back Say yes to the new
her '*lieve that when she
cuts
of ..... I I
records she will break all -.
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!it THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

Man Falls Into Fire; 't. JUST BROWSIN' SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1962 PAGE 3



Burns To Death 1II .{By. Paul II. Henry DoO King of Clubs Yield to Forum'Demand ''

City Manager Melvin Reese's
I project for beautifying Biscay by Public'
A 24-year old garage worker being seen by a small boy, who I Boulevard seems to have hit a : :
believed the victim of an epilep. ran off yelling. "A man is burn ..4nag for ,the prevent )Anyway. :
tic attack, fell into a yard fire ing." The plan called for widening the In a specially prepared state ,ly talented of the area will J be
Saturday and burned to death. boulevard :between S. E. 2nd and ment to the Miami Times this preeented.He .
Tommy Livingston ,48 of 6332 NE fifth streets installation of week, Daniel R. Francis, presl I
Metro investigators said that NW 23rd ave., heard the boy's pools fountains terrazzo walkways dent of the King of Clubs Inc., continued by emphasizing:
John Thomas, no known address, this particular point the t Ii .
cries and pulled Thomas out of space for sidewalks and released the following Informa.
was apparently sitting next to the fire. removal of parking meters. The tlon: various clubs and organizations
the fire trying to ward oft the commissioners are not all in of the Miami area will be invited
early morning cold when he "I think the man was already favor of the project. "The members of the King of to be coponsors of the forum
toppled into the flames. dead", Livingston. "He said 'oh' Clubs assembled in their regular and that the KC would welcomeany
and that's all. The Federal Aviation semi-monthly business meeting suggestions that they might
The bizarre accident occurred Agencyand unanimously agreed by have t to offer. The KC auxiliarywill
at the corner of NW 23rd ave Friends of Thomas said he the Dade County Port vote to yield to the demands of also be quite active at t h e
and 62nd st., next to the garage had earlier complained of being Authority have agreed to a plan the public for the resumption of forums. '
where Thomas was employed. sick. for erecting a 30-ft. air-naviga the Sunday afternoon Forum
I tor tower in Biscayne Bay 600 Series. Other members of the K of Care
Metro Capt., Pat Gallagher Gallagher reported that the feet off the end of Biscayne is ; Otis James W. C. Cogdell,
said that Thomas had been lying victim was a known epileptic.The land. A number of residents oil In his explanation he said E. E. Crowder, D. A. Julius, Atty.
in the fire for some time before death was ruled accidental. the island are protesting, claim. that the club will present only H Arrington, Dr. J. L. Base, 0.
I lug that the tower in the bay three or four forums this year to W. Benton L. L. Bibb, J. C.
would increase noisy jet planes determine whether the public Chandler A. Davis, Dr. I. P. Da.
: traffic over their homes. really want them. Additional via, R Denard O. J, Edwards,
Cosmos Club Sundays might be added next J. W. Everett H. H. Gill Dr.
Drops Sheriff Thomas Kelly wants year if thia demand is supportedIt H. H. Green Dr. V. D. Mizell,
I 100 volunteer police and 100 was learned that the place, Dr. W. II. Murrell, Dr. R. II.
volunteer firemen. He says there dates and speakers are yet in be Portier, F. W. Reynolds, C.
Is a drastic shortage In qualified decided upon. However It was! Rhetta, L. L. Richardson D.
Racial DiscriminationWASHINGTON personnel. Making such a request {learned that the beginning Smith E. W. F. Sturrup and
to the County Manager Sheriff speakers will be outstanding lo Judge L. E. Thomas. The Hon
Kelly said such volunteers are cat figures active in the polltl. James Evans and Dr. K. L.., l
Members of valuable under certain condition' cal, educational and religious Pharr are honorary members.Announcement .
but should be used with caution. life of the community. The
the Cosmos Club have voted for
Lenny's GuiltyIn Some volunteers from the Civil choruses of the county's high I
an nntl-dlscrlmlnation resolution Defense force already have schools and churches will be in.
But Deputy Assistant Secretary of worked with the regular units vlted to furnish music as be.
State Carl Rowan's applicationfor Lottery and have proved valuable, said fore and many of the individual
membership still is up in the the sheriff Mrs Albertha Holmes of 1830
air. I Bernard Sharon 62, owner of NW 55th Terr., announces the

More than 600 members of the Lenny's Pawn Shop was found In the Congo eleven white mis. Increase in employment.The marriage of her niece Miss Doro.
2,260 man club of leader! in the guilty last Friday on four gamb. slonariPB! and seven African Ho. thy Hart to Rosche-11 Jerome
field of art, science, literature, |ling counts and faces a mandatory man Catholic Nuns have been City Commission on Wed. Franklin Jr., son of Mr. and
public service and the profes Jail sentence of at least 15 massacred by Communist lean nesday named Judge Milton A Mrs. Willie Simmons of 1604 NW
slons attended a stormy, meet. months. Ing troops._ Friedman as the city's senior 6th St., Ft. Lauderdale Dec. 17
ing. Judge. In West Hollywood
Acquitted in the same case In West aim Ex.
According to Ernest K. Lind was Samuel Mostel '43, of 8331 Sheriff John F. Kirk is being The bride ID the daughter of
ley who spoke for the club an SW 19th it., who was arrested tried for conspiracy by receiving The Metro Commission Tues. the late Mrs. Mable Hart of 4200
overwhelming majority adopted, with Sharon in a May 13th raid gambling protection money, but day decided that the commission SW 28th at., West Hollywood.
by voice vote a resolution declar. on the pawn shop at 901 NW fiO far no evidence given l by five would determine which traffic Mrs. Hart who was a well known
ing: "The exclusion of any per. 2nd ave.Both or more witnesses for the son from membership on ac. has implicated him. tory court appearance. An ordinance 1960.
count of religiOn, color, race, or had been charged with taking that power from i
national origin Is Incompatiblewith operating a gambling room, Former President Herbert Hoo. Metro Court passed 1U first Mr. Franklin ii employed at
the principles of the Cosmos aiding and abetting a lottery, ver, now 87 years old, is reading and.n public hearingwas the Mhell Clinic In Ft. Lauderdale
Club. bookmaking and possession of Joying our Florida weather and en. set for Feb: 20.. There were as secretary and bookkeep..
lottery tickets. fishing at the Florida Keys. some opponents and the er, and Mrs Franklin is a pub.
The refusal of the membership chances are there will be ottersat tic health nurse on the staff of i
committee to recommend Rowan, tho hearing the Broward County Health Department
a Negro, stirred a storm last Good News The Florida .
week. Several prominent government State Employment Service report II
officials Quit, including Miami Times Ads shows that 321,600 people: After visiting In Sanford and
John Galbraith, ambassador to were employed in Miami in De. Miami Mrs. Thelma Lawrence and
India. Galbraith had sponsored cember. This is a record and an daughter Jay returned to MIAMI TIMES ADS
President Kennedy for member. Get Fast Results Increase of 7,100 over the same Cleveland. While here they were
ship. I period In 1960. New industries guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward DON'T COST THEY P A s'L
are largely responsible for the Cherry of Opa Locka.

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4 t.I.>I.4 ,, -i SATURDAY, .JANUARY. 20. 1962 Northwestern to Present Prize Winning Play

I Thespian produc Ballou, Charles Taylor James
great New York success Northwestern I I Harvey, Carroll Fennell, Ken.
I and Pulitzer prize winner pre tfon. other parts, most of themof neth Humphrey, Yorry, Moon
epnted by the Northwestern The importance IL& and Regina Wright.
great
Thespians. nearly as The production will be direct.
two, will be filled by
above
the
Charles Carey, Shirley Vail, Katrina ''ed by Thomas Paplno( assistedby
'I Mrs. .Mary FaJriJoth, Miss
Gibbs, Jeanette Young
Robert Hodge, Mrs.TO.
-- Roker Patricia Page, 9. sins
Main Office.at tJ740: N.W. 1?tb Atehue Phono OX '10421Itranch Sandra Emily Hepburn, Theodore Brown, mons, Dorothy Speights, student
At 1112 N.W' ;,'Third Ave, Miami Florida-Phone'FIV-32230 9 Juanita Edgecombe Harmame I directress.
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II. E. glOISMUND REEVES, Editor: and Publisher
GARTH O. REEVED. },.Managfng Editor Personal Mention Guest of Mrs. Irene Pratt' Wilder .
I Mrs A. M. r and Miss Juanita. : rhart of
holidays
Entered as Second Class:Matter, August 0, .1027; At the Post Officeat ', During the served as hostess to Washington, D. C., 'guest of Mr.
Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1876 :' N several Coleman visiting guest. They and Mrs. Hubert Gill, focal
.' '. ; Gray and guests were Mrs. Eddie Daniel,
Member the Associated Negro Press were Mrs. Georgia

Member of the National Newspaper, .Publishers, Association" ( / \ fostr-r Miss Nell sister Hamilton of Mrs., Eddie mother Dan.and i Jones Mrs, ,Hubert"Mrs. t.C.0111" Mickins, Miss Caroline and eon,

SUBSCRIPTION 'RATES i I Mr and Mrs. Isaac Prasler Mrs. Russell, Mrs."B. J. Parks,
ONE YEAR $3.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $0.00 of N w York, sister and brother' Mrs Harcourt Sweating. ,, Mrs.
n w of Mrs. Sadie Vincent.. Irene Pratt Wilder, Mr, and Mrs.
C. Earl Williams and son, Mrs
< mine Watts, National! :
KEEP THE PRECINCT COURTIt f' worker who is an in- Sadie Vincent and Mrs. Sara

is not news that the City Commission planning to ',i'-u' tor at Florida Normal .Yaeger. ...
St. and 5th Ave. However - -
11th
close the Precinct at N.W. -- -
this news is being discussed by*' many': with regret, NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS

while others see it as just doing away with a segregated '
court. "a : :

The opening of the precinct with a Negro judge and tE

his staff was hailed with delight by the whole community. ___ :. ienfz Seafood Restaurant .
Congratulations came from in, I and out of the state. l'' ."
The first Negro judge presiding over a municipal 9 I SPECIALIZING IN SEA FOOD

court in Miami was certainly a progressive step. Judge -
L. E. Thomas presided with dignity and held the respect The Northwestern Senior High 434 N.W. 14th Street
due his office. After serving two terms he was succeeded School Thespians announce their
by Judge John D. Johnson, and re-appointed following production of "J. B." the Pulitzer Hugh L. Cash, Prop.
Archl. I
Prize winning play by ..127.I.
Judge Johnson's resignation.The bald MacLeLsh. The presentation _ _ .,
precinct and court have become a fixture fn our has been scheduled for Jan. 29 _._ ._----T-- -

community, and we would like to keep it, whether. .the at,'the auditorium. \.. ... ., '
judge be a Negro or not. Mr. MacLeLsh'a reputation has 0 '
The court is a convenience to the public and. should been achieved primarily as a Learn the: art. off
considered.We ,.. poet. Twice in 1932 and again
be 'J
in 1953 he won Pulitzer prizes .
see no reason why any citizen, white or colored.,. ,in poetry. Many heard his radio
should not be tried in this court. programs "Panic" and "Air BARBERING "ANDPROCESSING'
of.l& Raid," when *K-, were broadcast ,
We should get away from the idea, : ;Negro court. y
,.. just before World War II.
Let call it what it is a municipal court. "
us us But: "J. B. was his first full-
If the decision is made to close this court, will the length play to receive a commercial
Negro employees be integrated into the main police production. It Is all the .,.,1
:'- more remarkable that with his
force? maiden effort as a broadcasting ---- -
playwright, he achieved one of jL -
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r the truly outstanding artistic
CHRISTIAN HOSPITAL BELONGS successes in the modern theatre. LYT
Since winning the Pulitzer prize,
TO YOU-HELP IT!II J. B." has quietly earned a ____
niche for itself as an authenic
I Recently, Juanita Green, Miami Herald' columnist, American classic. BARBER COLLEGE

gave a very interesting historical story on the $468,000 The cast of this play Is a
Christian Memorial Hospital located at 4700 NW 32nd large one and a number of the
Avenue. : parts are distinctly of the chal. FOR MM

She also told of the financial plight of this institution lenglng characters variety.in the Two play.of for the in

which shows an indebtedness of $255,000.( Of this amount stance, are "Mr. Zoros" and
$70,000 is for equipment which the hospital is planningto : "Nickles," the playwright's in.
raise. trigulng conception of God and
Satan in the original Broadway
This is a substantial amount, but with the communi- production these two roles were
ty'scooperation we believe it could be done. portrayed respectively by Raymond .
Other than our churches, the Christian Hospital is Massey and Christopher A

the only corporation in Miami owned by Negroes. It belongs to Plummer.observe It' how will Milton be interesting; Wright NEGRO BARBERS ,NEEDED
to you and me and all the Negro citizens of Miami. and William Hutcheson who
1 You should support what you own. have been selected to fill thesedifficult There are many good-paying poll-

The Catholics have Mercy and St. Francis Hospitals, assignments fare in the lions open throughout the,State_ of

the Jews have Mt. Sinai, the Baptists have Baptist Hps- Florida.. There, Is a short
pital, and the Negroes have the Christian Hospital if NoticeAll ,tremendous r
"of barbers
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ago throughout America
: they would support it.
r In Dade County we have more than 80 churches, members both financialand and a real opportunity for,you. Bar .

and the 'churches are in a position to. raise more money unflnancial of Emerald I ben are earning: $75'to>$l50 per.
than anybody else. Chapter No. 69, Order of Eastern I wake Work Is lighf, tlean, friendly
Let us suppose that 40 of these churches would guar- Star, are requested to be present 'and,assures you .'year/round Income

t arantee to raise $2,000. Some of them could raise much and 8 p.m.on at time the on first this regular Monday meet at and lifetime security; ..

more, but $2,000 seems to us a reasonable: amount. This ing with the newly elected Wor.
, can be spread over a period of two years, so as not to thy Matron presiding Business
i place any hardship on any of the donors. of vital Importance.Vera NO UNEMPLOYMENT

i .f There are also members of lodges and 'clubs, and E. Smith, W. M.
l those who are not directly affiliated with any religious, .. Blanche A. Dean, Sec'y NO LAYOFF AT AGE 40

f civic or social group. These too should contribute sub I ---- .;::::t Good Hours-Good Earnings

I stantially to the drive. $5,000 TOTAL Good Working Conditions ,
, The hospital would at least be able to pay for the $190 CASH $55 MONTH

" equipment. 2 bedroom, no qualifying.
E This is just an idea of Ye Editor. We know there Move in today.

will be a plenty of talk about it. That's what we want. 4 FREE!> '2 WEEKS TRIAL!j
\ Talk about it, think about it' then do something

about it. $390 DOWN $75 MONTH WORTH
$100 and
2 bedroom, nicely furnished $200 EACH -

CEREBRAL PALSY SUNDAY no qualifying. To see is A GROUP OF SCHOLARSHIPSwill
to buy. .
Saturday and Sunday will be United Cerebral Palsy r be given to those students wte: _
Days. The annual Telethon will begin at 11 p.m. Saturday I demonstrate the greatest ebtiBy'during :
fI evening. Telecast will come over Channel 7 from the 6 UNITS CBS the first
I.... two-week trial! -
period
t Miami Beach auditorium. $200 down. Live rent free I 4 _

The well known TV star, Raymond Burr (Perry Needs some work, but a buy L
Mason) will be in charge. Assisting will be Bob Clayton. at $12,500.
j DAY
Jane Pickens from the famous' Pickens Sisters will be and NIGHT CLASSES
-e
;' mistress of ceremony. A few ppenlng. still nmlill-In oar cl..... "Irtlng.ln
., Also appearing will be Ilene Foods, voice of Cinderella We arrange financing also JANUARY end .FEBRUARY

! in the Walt Disney Production. ,\ NEXT CLASSES START FEBRUARY..IEasy #..,. .
t I For the children there will !be Tip The Piper' in the TRIO REALTY ...
Children's Piper Town accompanied by Mr. Leader and 801 NW 54th St. /anm Plea
An
Miss Mery Note, also Joe Bodrie, Western star said to PL 9-8372 PL 9-5455 I Itli i grade education Is our only enrollment rtqulrinrfnt.

be the fastest gunman. I APPROVED FOR Gl TKAHW
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There will also be a bucket brigade. Children can

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I 'THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA Dade Youth Council r -

SATURDAY, JANUARY' 20, 1962 PAC EJ Holds MeetingThe IN AND AROUND THE BAHAMAS .'


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g q09GOO OOGOOOZII; O .S S '' Dade County Youth Coun '
'\, oil held its regular meeting last Two 'f'at.old Trevor: Major, Tlwr hesgpa l tlliama r. sS4l, bout M"" .

LOOKING THE _. :r Tuesday night with Robert Ga. son of Mr. and'Mrs. Gerald Ma. Charles ta the ]BastertW: :Jtotrlet
/I- .. J hi'id, the president, as chair. jor of Hawkins pill, died Dee.' eau, was destroyed by tin 9&
30 about a half hour after he the night of Jan. 2. No one WAS
SP.ORTSWDRLD OVER man. was struck by a delivery truck. Injured, but the flames destroyed
Tentative plans for a full oal. He won the 13th traffic fatality the furniture; and personal effects
radar of events to help the work for this year. .. ..u.... of >(he couple. The stucco
I ,11 i" group has pledged themes -' building was Insured. It has not
By LEO B. ARM BRISTERv" ;\ to do for the underprlvldsed been determined how the fire
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1 youths of our countytio E I\ started.
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.'" ..,.... vv.-"rII ? _rwtl." discussed
List Include four residents of the The chairman of the Development .
lAKE OAITIIER NAMED 12T FRAME DOWNS Mr. Oabrlejvexpreesed: his eon. Bahamas, Edward HaMcKlnney. Board reported that the
,COACH?OF YEAR EASTERN TO NAH LEAD cern over tl* poor attendance comptroller of customs since Bahamas had more than 366, .0
:md urged all members to attend 1954, was made an Officer of the I'visitors during the past yeear.
", Coach Jake GaIther, who tor The 12th Frame HI Hatters tht't'e me>'ttn-s because we have Most Excellent Order of the That breaks all records of the
the pass two decades has men. hiked themselves to first placein much work to do and need the British Empire. Tile Very Rev tourist industry in the colony
tored the mighty FAMU Rattlers the league, and did so by cooperation of all Fredlc Urban Frey," OSB,, head The 1960 report was 341,126.
to numerous championships and dropping Eastern Air Lines to master of St. Augustine College
who has. groomed many of the next to the cellar. received the same honori. Capt.
fine football stars that are now Fla. Normal AlumniTo Simpson C. Penn of the Boys'
R. E. Damn, who has been at.
The teams standing with win
dominating the headline the Brigade and a member of the
nation over, last week got Into and loss record: staff of the Boys' Industrial tached to Her Magisty'i Inspectorate
the limelight himself when he 1. 12th Frame . ..... 31-20 MeetThe School, and John Theophllui and studying the work ofa
senior In the United
was honored at the National 2. News Realty . . 30-21 Wlnt, of the Agricultural and Ma. inspector returned, Nassau
Kingdom to ,
Convention of Coaches In Chi Florida Normal Alumni I I tine Products Department, re. ,
3. Wilson Rentals . 28-23 at i Dec. 30. Mr. Bain has been in
'; will hold Its regular meeting ,I celved the MBE.A .
>cagO.' 4. Hot Shoppes26>h-24a the home of Mrs. Dolores Covin, I charge of the Inspectorate of the

Gaither was named the Coach 6. American TV . . 26-25 2511 NW 164th St., Opa Lockaon I Bahamas Education Department.
,'of The Year of Small Colleges and 2C Jan. 26 at 8 p.m. We are
6. Hagan and Fonza %-2BV4 He took part in the inspection
home owned by Thelma Olt.
became the first Negro to receive 7, Olympics. . . 23-28 looking for all members and tens of Hay and Lewis Sts. was I. of schools In the Isles Scllly,
this honor and diitinction be
: great graduates to present.
I The first of his race to ever ad. 8. St. Clalr'e Cafe . 23-28 completely destroyed by fire on Cornwall, Somerset and Wiltshire
,dress the convention, Gaither,, 9. Eastern . . . 22-29 Mrs. Inez Fryson, president Jan. 1, and a two story buildingon while In the U. K., attend.
1 using the privilege of his Invlta. ,,10. The Independents 20-31 1IIr.\l. Mary Generette, Sec. the corner of East and Wow. ed conferences and took part In h
,tion nls usual modest self J27 ler its and owned by Lisa M%!. teachers' courses
was :
for hit fame League leaders with 165 and I colm, suffered the same fate on
giving all the credit -- -- -------
average: 2.'Mrs..
up Jan.
and success to the men whomhe
worked with so arduously. John Marshall 177; James House Warming Mist Cora Lee Humphreyhas M

Mitchum 172 Ted Potter 171
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This well deserved recognition Gary James 171; Wilton Cox air and Mrs. Alexander Lucas Celeste Hepburn, 82, died moved to her new
to Coach Gaither Is accompaniedby 170; John Edwards 169; James Jr., will hold a house warmingat In Nassau Sunday, Jan. 14. She Ie location
'sincere congrato from the en. Terry 167; Frank Smith 166; their new home at 3166 NW survived by a daughter Mrs.
tire sports world and we antics Druce McCord 166; Willie 66th St., on this Saturday, Jan. 'Adranah Capy of Miami; three
pate the Impetus of the act willInspire I Nicholson 166; Darden Daker 20 at 7:30 p.m. The Rt"Rev,., II. sons, Samuel, Moses and Charles Gay Paree BeautySalon
the sage.old coach to glr. 165. D. Shaw, presldlnfl Bishop of the two sisters,, Mrs Susan Hepburn
ing us even greater football Third Episcopal District of the 'of Miami and Mrs. Hannah Me.
thrills in the yeans to come. I AME'\ Zion Church will conduct 'Nell of Pompano Beach; three
,- ( the devotional service A tour of brothers, a number of grand 6204 NW 23rd Ave.
TROPICAL CLOSES IIIALEAII FOR SALE the large white church In front and great grandchildren and,
OPENS of the Lucas will follow other relatives She was a native Specialist 'in hair styling
of Arthur's Town, Cat I1.
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i Park Race Track Hev. Daniel PrIdgen, pastor of land, but resided In the city for I and hair weeving 1
Tropical
MUST BE SEEN Matthew Temple AME Zion the patjt( three 7e&$. J19
closed Its gates Tuesday on a I
'4 -i. *. Church of Miami will otter. the,
mediocre season from a revenue
;f1', ;' standpoint, but the management' CBS corner home on 2..lot* closing remarks

is still receiving plaudits for Us : Regriehmenta will be served
1391 N.W. 42nd St.
forward move In ripping down
the segregation bars which have .- ANNOUNCEMENT
;:so long' plagued race-loving tans $15,500 total price
The Innovation of the three Miami Times Ads *
dollar dally double bet was take $2,000 down at

en as matter of course and Get Fast Results
statisticians say baa not actually
,.*burt*the part mutuel btttlng. ..rrrr.r 49th Physicians Assistant Class

: '. The thunder of hoofs will now : 1
be heard at Hialeah for the next BARLEY'S CUT-RATE STOREThe Beginning Tuesday, January :30th
40 days and a good season Is

follow forecast the'for sport those ot paupers kings who Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome A special program of Medical Training for all

$ 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4.2376 women (age 17 to 45) with limited education who

ROSS SHOWS HIS WIT IN'
TRAINING TROPICAL SSS Tonic ............................ 1.45 Special Angel Skin site 1.25 seek more earning and increased prestige. '
Scotf. Emulsion ?.............. 08 Hair Cream 2.110 .
JJANDICAPPERi Blench A Glow Cream ........ toLaxtone Classes
all the ................................ 1.75 plus tax t/ 'Day and Evening
i It was Trans.way way
for trainer Chester Ross In cap. 7.20 ....................................... 1.75 old 07 Ilergainont 0 Air Conditioned Classrooms
luring ,the Tropical Park Hand! Hu. lair Groom ................... .!?
Lanolin
cap. Liquid ..................?.... 1.75 OW 07 Pressing Oil ..._.. ..85los. I Small Weekly Payments
Free Molls ................ 1.98 to 11.98
Ross, who has been training O Free Lifetime Placement ''Service '
homes for 14 years, has had I Gifts of all descriptions. Use our layaway
light flashes of success, but this
To all graduatesNightingale f
8 A.M. to 10 P.M.!
was the first major contest in OPEN DAILY A HUNDAY -
which be brought home the JOHN A. McMINN Owner
horse flesh. In copping the Trop.
leal Handicap Trans.way made CollegeFR
his owner a jubilant $40,430
richer and boosted ROM status as
a full fledged first rate trainer.
Trans.way also gave his sup. 3.1675
porters something to cheer about, LOW DOWN PAYMENT HOMES I

returning a nifty $50.80, $25.70 265 N.W. 5th Street Miami, Fla.

and $11.40.. ;, Drive by these home today, we will help you with .

I1Asl ALL CONTRACTS AND the financing. -----
SPR1NO COME TOGETHERThe

signing, of baseball contracts --o--
Is a!tfure sign of 'spring In -New
the air. Some of the signaturesthat week Custom Built
have been affixed to con. 1. 2997 NW 64th St. $300 down $20
tracts are Frank Robinson at a i
$55,000 stipend, which Insures 2. 7552 NW 13th Ave. $100 down $15 week r
Cincinnati of his most valuable
service for another season. 3. 1804 NW 49th St. $349 down $20 week Luxury Homes

The New York Champion 4. 1818 NW 49th St. $349 down $22 week ;
Yankees have chided Derra and

< and Ford$50.000 Into signing respectively.for $65,000 5. 3121 NW 67th St. $200 down $20 week 1934 N.W. 51st TerraceOpen

The newest team In the majors, Move right in No qualifyingWe

the New York Mete, have manau. Saturday and Sunday 2.6 p.m.

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their side.EXCELSIOR
I 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS : 1
LEAGUE OFF have over 500 others 1 Ite
TO CITY TOURNEY: TUB AND SHOWER ENCLOSURES

The Excelsior League which Come in our office Saturday and Sunday I e OVEN AND RANGE WITH HOOD
was daring enough to send r. '*'
four picked teams to competeIn '
e ALL WALKIN CLOSETS
the City Bowling Tournament

last year, will better than, with double 9 FORD REALTY Inc. I GLASS SLIDING DOORS TO PATIO
that number this year '1\
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classiest '
teams entering the C CLOSE TO SCHOOL, BUS AND CHURCH
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TKEXA6HRS PLAN BIKE IHKB I Hair Stylist at THE MIAMI TIMES MiAMI, FLORIDA

The Teenage Club of Sunland PAGE 7NEED
Modernistic Salon SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1962
Park Center discussed the idea _
of a bicycle hike and wiener '
County !!
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NewsBy ,, "'\', their roast for friends.the club This members group will and (* $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ &9-

0, ride from Sunland to a designs- C&

f"r. ed destination and return to tho r CASH ? :

t. park for the cookout and refresh tft
Walter Rowe ments. The date has not been yet WE MAKE AND REFINANCE MORTGAGES

v nen+ v as yet. o WE BUY LOTS AND HOMES CO-, '!

StarLight Lodge No. 542 JFISTIIATION FOR CALL
meets Friday, Jan. 19 at 8 p.m. SUWIXQ CLASS o UoE
at the Masonic Temple on Pem. Ronald I. Baron JE .
s ; &.*&&*&&
broke Road. All members are Classes are now open to regls. Mortgage Broker
/)-
urged to be present. trants for the eight weeks' sew I 221) SUNNY ISLK BLVD
ing classes conducted at Sun. j WI I 1.3566
MIAMI: HKACH -
land Park. Classes it'" o M'fIo
SPECIAL EVENTS AT for senior JJk '
high school girls and adults .
SUNLAND in session every Monday and are ,;:,ft,\"; ': $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $0

Friday special events were Thursday at 7:30: p.m.1! junior '. .
very exciting at Sunland Play. high school girls, every Mondayand .--, f .
ground. The Tiny Tots made doll Friday at 6:30: p.m. All social '
dresses with Beverly Thomas, cubs of the community are _'""': 'Core-Croff' School for Nurse's AidsTen
Rhonda Dentley, Patricia, Collna invited to attend theee classes .,
and Nellie Wilkerson and Anita ..
BASKETBALL ,
CLINIC -""' "" --
Franklin participating. Melvin Weeks Course Day and Evening Classes
Freeman won first place in the A basketball clinic conducted Delores Ellison, a 1960 grad
bubble gum contest, and Willie during the first week in Januarygot uate of Northwestern Senior Enroll now for classes forming first week in January
High School of Cosmetology, has
Irving won first place in the underway with much Inter.
running race. est and completed her Internship In hair
enthusiasm. The clinic Have a Lifetime Profession
styling under the guidance of
was designed for boys through.
KINTER ACTIVITIESThe Mrs. Beatrice Moore and Mrs
out the elementary schools in
preparation for Sallie Collins. For that youthful 1711 West Street
the coming playground Flagler
first week of the new look let Delores style your hair.
basketball
was used for planning activities league. This She Is also Mrs. Collins' assistantat
activity is under the direction of : FR 9.7357
for the Sun Lite Social Club of
Peter Jernigan athletic styling weev hair. Call FR
director
Sunland Park. New officers were 4.9944 the Modernistic Beauty
named for the year. Charles Bart-
Salon, 826 NW 3rd uve.
kit now holds the title of president .
and Miss Julia Lucas was The CWH Chamber of Com. -
elevated from the position of assistant merce will meet at its building ., '
secretary to vice presi. Monday at 8:30: a.m. ." ,, < ;" "KHMlLockheed
;
dent of this organization. Activities .
planned for the month Include \

: Party games, dancing, The "
Beauticians'
Unit
No. 36 tnOPPORTUNITY
co.ed volleyball social
games
and Guild of West
dance entitled, "The Twister," and llallandale Hollywood "t\nutn
are sponioilntheir
and co-ed tennis tournament.
Young a adults of this city are annual hair styles, Fashion \Wp \.W"
Show and Banco Monday, Feb. \
invited to participate in these ac. LIKE TKElay
12 at
tivlties every Wednesday at 8 la. the Paradise Club in Liber. CoVERS D 1lIE 1961 RETS-
nY,
p.m. Fr
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((2) ,
SO REGISTER FOB COOKINGA Atlanta
Edwin Bowles died
new class entitled, 'The night, Jan. 15 in West Monday Holly
Little Homemakers" planned for
wood. He PREPARESYOU
was a long time resi Seeking
fourth fifth and
girls in the dent of Miami and was: well.
sixth grades attracted 30 girlson known for his barbecue stand on
these grade levels for the 14th at., between 3rd and 4th
registration date Thursday, at aves. lIe resided at 4308 W 17thst.
,4 p.m. These classes are design. for the past five
ed to acquaint the little ladies years. Qualified NegroesMarietta

with the art of cooking and making ----
themselves useful in the kit.
chea. All girls in these grade Miami Times Ads .
brackets may now register for Plant Making Sincere Effort,

the class. Classes are conducted FOR :
every Thursday at 4 p.m. Get Fast Results Having Hard Time Finding Engineers

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Lockheed Aircraft Corp., in Marietta is engaged In J

; an intensive search for qualified: Negro employees to fill THE

A jobs, some of them top engineering posts, that are avail

able in its Georgia plant.

AL KUKTTNKK: : result of the new agreement the
IJy
company "has reviewed the In. JOBS
l'nlt(1 PITH InternationalOn I dustrial records of all our Negro
ROOTIN'100r1N' employees to assure a continuation
May 25 Lockheed President of opportunities as they
Courtlandt S. Gross and vice occur.
pruldent Lyndon B. Johnson, THAT
/ chairman of the President's Com. LOCKHICUl; ) is now searching
mltteo o Opportunity, signed a Joint "plan' lees of race, and having a hard ,
for projjrcsu." It pledged tbe aircraft time finding them. Company recruiters .
I, firth to "tftgreselvely seek recently visited five ARE
out more quallflM minority group Negro colleges and put out feelersto
candidate for Jobs and to make a number of others.
L certain there are no discriminatory .
WINE practices! in the plant.It I

; Howard University In Wash.
trouble finding LOOKING
is having ington, D. C., Tennessee A and
urged Negro high
rhem and has
I at Nashville, Tenu. TuHkegeiiInstitute i
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,choals and colleges to Improve
A
University
: DRINK heir standards and "turn out and M of, Prairie Houston, Tex., and the
require.
graduate who can meet North Carolina A and T of
menti." Greensboro were among the Ne. FOR ;
gro schools visited by Lockheed :

I:1i: ) .......................... \nOI.Uu\USOl.U., In charge recruiter
of vocational services for tbe Atlanta All of the company's adver YOUI
Urban League, said Lockheed Using carries non.d1&:crimtnatory
Fastest Drink apparently is making n clauses and three eligible Ne.KT09 .
"sincere effort to fill all Job recently) accepted Invltatlons '
a non.dbcriralnatory basis. to Join the Lockheed Management 1
on 4 ---
4 in the West. Club. Recreation faclll- "
Lockherd now has about 530 tits such ass softball and tennU "Wo alto have many white a?.. 4
Negroes among its 11,000 era.p a to are desegregated and several pllcants for similar jobs who
The Wild Drink 'oyeea, about 5 per cent. In Negroes plan to enter a company fall," an official explained.
1956 when the firm had a pay.. golf tournament this lesion
roll of 19,000, about 6 per cent Mstttaon talked frankly with a
in the of tho employees were Negroes. I IX ItKCKNT: examination for Negro group recently .about the
the Job of cUrk.vtenographer, 11 company's Inability to find a 1"
Big Square Bottle Even before the recent agreement i! Negroes applied. Nine falc! eliminated
Lockheed had
to hire.
I test, one failed to show up and
such features as segregated j in the of all "Lockheed's .
one pawed. As case experience In 10
Produced by Comstock Vintners, drinking fountains. cafeteriasand Applicants, the failures wars iii!. years of offering opportunities to"
San Francisco, Call : rest rooms.C. en a chance for a re.tout. Out of Negroes," he said "show that t
0. Mattison, director of In. the two who tried stain one major problem is to find professionally k
20% by volume dustrial relations, said that as a passed and was hired. trained Nejrcej."

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KEY WEST NEWSBy J b.-

Mrs. Frances Palmer NEW DREAM HOMEGorgeous '-TIIE TRUE STORY OF BRUTALITY IN THE JAPANESE
PRISONER OF WAR CAMPS

CHURCH WEDDING new CBS 3-bedroom, 2 bath with garage :

ANNOUNCEDMrs. and roofed patio. 3 entrances! Large. White tile roof,
,
Ruth Jones, 322 AngelaSt. ,
floors. Your
all tile baths and kitchen. Beautiful oak
.
wishes to announce that her ; I
daughter, Myrna Lee Allen, will Fritz.
Ruth
become the bride of Cecil Terry, BEST location near Manor Park. Owner E
son of Mrs. Lucille Terry 1 B
Robert Gabriel Apts., Saturday, You must see this! OPEN. Only $85 month. laM'lJlg Patricia Owens aiul Ceasar Romero
January 20 at 6:30: p.m. at Cor.
in
nish Memorial AME Zion OWNER WILL LOSE $5,000 I Plus Fred MacMurray "Quantez"C'A'PITOL

Church, Rev. A. Franklin Hoop REFUSED : Starts MondayICITYw
NO REASONABLE OFFER
er officiating. I II .............. L......_ .....--- JI.4I1W'.J .
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A reception will be held at the I .....
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home of the bride's aunt, Mr.a.. I-3IZ9 - -
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Isabelle Strachan, 6192 Thomas 1031 N.W. 47th Terrace i i
St:., following the rites.

!iNo formal, invitations have 1"S** 4 been issued but friends of the 233333; ;,) 033333
couple are invited to attend the
rites and reception. ,"'VI.AI1IUI t
SUPPERHOUSE
January birthdays: Mrs. Lucille tr
Payne, Mrs. Ruth Jenkins, H MPTON r
Mrs. Anna Mae Small, Miss
Lurette Thompson, Mrs. Grace
Bellamy, Little Janie Pinder, CLUB FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Erskine Sawyer Joseph Weltersand i
Mrs. Annie Tyne-s. I
M G M lt,
4200 NW 27th Avenue BOB LANA
Mrs. Marguerite Welters, operator
of Marguerite's House of YEAR'S FUNNIESTHOPE"TURNER!
Glamour is a patient at Monroe
General Hospital. Friends wish Proudly presents for your pleasure atBBBv /#* Ji. fn a T RICHMOND PRODUCT-IBM I
her a speedy recovery.

Cocktail Hour
'Mrs. Miriam Cornell who has Sunday
been a patient at Monroe Gener.
al Hospital Is now at home. .: *.CINEMASCOPE M MetroCOLOR
FROM 4 TO T P.M. .
Friends wish her well again. M '
JANIS PAIGE
Featuring ROSITA DAVIS JIM MUTTON-PALM PRENTlSSWE

DEATH Mrs. Ella Thomas of 224 Olivia RECTOR BAILEY TRIO I
St., died on Jan. 13 at Monroe
General Hospital after a short Sctntilating Singer of Songs and' the I
illness. Rector Bailey and Frank" S on the Walling Sax I DARE YOU

Services will be held Jan. 21 DINNER SERVED FROM 7 UNTIL?
at 3 p.m. from Cornish Memorial NO COVER NO MINIMUM TO LOOK INTO
AME Zion Church. I
Jl.Jl..J1 JI IT jT JT.JT..JT JT..JTJT JTJI..JTJIJl.jI..J T..JT..JI. '.JI.I.T.jI.JIJ1.J1"I jI...r.zJf
: ? : include i two dauifh- I 11 !
.. -asurrivora";: Kea:"Mra. ....0'.h..4........ II I .... L. ._ .II L U..:. I J J ... "" .... .. 9Lr
Florence) Chappie, three sons, Tht
Leo Thomas, Edward Thomas RITZ Theatre
and Stanley. Thomas of K "e y' IN_
West, two sisters, Mrs. Sybil
Bogges of Miami, Mrs. Vera Me. .,
j now showingFwKg7UREnouCTS ........ R
4 Kinney of Los Angeles, 18 grand RtCOMMtNt ONLY Ikin
children, 13 great grands. Tho ... ", UNITED EO MUSTS
Key West Undertaking Co. has -
"ONI 01 Tltl'nAil,?
charge of arrangements. < Sophia KWfifl TIN C,.liST.-.PlC"'U'NS.i.dw' .
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O"I
Announcement '. TWO WOM E N. JSSSSPlus :. I
SUNDAY TUESDAY

Linton Berrien is announcing
audition for choir soloists for Hob Hope and Lucille Ball In. "FACTS IF LIFE"
Brownsville Baptist Church, The action Jan. 25th
29th ave. and 60th St. Rev. Ran.
dolph Thompson!! pastor. Thereis ," ._... I ._. L ._. I I ..... 1 HOTARD
need for a quartet: soprano, al TUB ACTION 1
so, tenor and bass. Jan. 25th
Three Sundays and all special JOHN GMN
occasions. Auditions will be held Starts THURS. RITZ I
Wednesday, Friday and Satur.
day evenings 7 to 8:30: at Der. L. THEATRE si- :::
ricn Hotel, 260 NW 8th st., FR flL.
.
4.1645.Dates Jan. 19, 20, 24, 26, 2',. A MONSTER STATUE Of BRONZE AND STONE.
There is also an opening for a Mil CHARlES DRAKE.VIRGINIA GREY.REGINAlD GARDINER
AFAEUlOUSFORm&MtflYSTORIESMI VERA I LES
pianist for the Sunday School, AUnhwullntimatlorairMamClNENA.ScOP _
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preferably a boy or girl in the
Brownsville area.

Linton Derrien, .1)) .
director'Announcement ,, ff8A
organist and choir '- a xt.IQ4rkv
1 '

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I There will be prayer services ,
and Dible Study at the Sacred p
Devotion Center, 6952 NW 18th NoL2c JIIIiB
Ave. every Thursday at) 6.30 p.m.
Evangelist N. Sisco, elder, bible ,
S
instructor. ; :
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Land; Unitede Under New Management.ti,.. Mrs. Claudia Cooper enters I SATURDAY, JANUARY' 20, 1962 PAGE
Paradise Club"'-"
/ Mt. .
Stand -. : Sinai hospital on Monday for I
surgery on Tuesday /
1515 S.W. 12th Ave. {I'if Mr. and Mrs. Norman Dullard rv Nut'1ViHiJJWiI", Free estimate
Georgia StarlingBy (Myrtle), 1937 NW 66th St. are It you live In Liberty Cityor
Artie Gordon and A Dania' !f Mrs, Mabel Daniels, 6880 NW the parents of a 7 lb. 9 oz. boy tfrownrirltirflwiU! ; repairon
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t\
born
Tuesday, Jan. 1$
: ANA : ,5th a\e, I la recovering from credit. Pa .I w Skly. Rowlnc
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God of off nations Die !
s e surgery ,
on Wednesday in Chrs. 18t1 OX
3.9255Aaron TV. 6953 NW Are.
America- Dies the worlld. tiara Support The NAACP
l hosltaL 1\l 19426. .j ". Indf
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fleas the land of tVPAB -- II -
P4'Jdlott'Dnartender
Bless the land of UBC.
CLYDE KILLENS' .'
Into man's own hands, 0 God,

salvation Thou hat or placed destruction.power for Merci.self Bonnie Barmaid Watson ''PRESENTS A TRIPLEATTRACTION ,

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ful God, Spirit of Peace, Thou BEAT '
Gregg Haiiini, Manager
hast conquered; Amen A mighty :.... :...-:;...-'..;.;: s.p.. -"_.......
fortress l is God,
oflr A bulwark
never falling Did we in our AT KNIGHT BEAT I .. ;. '
own strength confide; our striving I February 9 t
10. 11 ;
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would be Losing. Were\ not The --
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Man of God's own choosing. I waiting for, the one and only ....

Beloved, Almighty God's amaz. i .1. .
lug grace bring a most humble, \
powerful prayerful good will
.
ambassador to you, Richard Ea
ton of United Broadcasting Co.
Be sure your dial is set .each 1t; $
day at fabulous radio ninety nine
Wl'AB 9:05: to 9:20: am. Hear r
God's man of this present age. I
and hour with Unity Viewpoints _
followed by your rabulously, I i .. ,. 4
Georgie Starling 9:20 to 10 a..m.I I 1 '::1,1 : ;
with Gospel Spiritual songs of t"
faith, Inspiration and Illumina IF
tions. More religious programming t; :>: ;,'
Sunday 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. !'

WFAB Is full time 6,000 watts.
Life Is fabulous in Miami. We
are going on the air Boon to keep
you smiling happily throughoutthe
day and night giving you
tab facts, fab gifts,. r6b.l fab
deals starting at 6 a.m. At 2 p.m. DA KOI A SI AI UN I ax'L % :i -IL
the China man, China Valles : ,
starts breaking things followedby will be featured at Clyde
Spanslh personalities with Killen's Knight Beat, Fri '
the Latin Beat 6 p.m. to 2 a.m.
More music 2 a.m. to 6 a.m. day, Saturday and Sunday, I : ,
Around the clock music Feb. 9 10 11.Recently2cturned.
news .. special events. .
j wand '
E. Lois
,-: ." : from a6dccesaful Foreman

: your. Prop suggestion usfcards ,and-Ietters.'wltk birthdays: and,: l.,;tour ,ot Alaska, : a., :
where she appeared in I :
anniversaries, church, organlza.: I
'tlon notices. We're bore"to-< stay. leading night clubs, Miss Sensational Sweet Vocalist .
with you with courteous coopers' Staton will be making her, : M- ":
PLUS
tion. Always let us hear from first in Miami. .:
you too. We're grateful for such appearance r
cordial welcome receivol: thus Hear her sing as only she : Hot Papa Turner and His Family in Rose Marie

congregation far from the ministers organizations, churches,, can sing.Two : "Rastus Birthday"

clubs, business leaders, Len Ad. show nightly and : Returned by Popular Demand
ler of Miami Battery Exchange; reservations MUST be made Fantastic Exotic I Dancer
Dr. Herman Chant, David Jewelers FRI. SAT. SUN. JAN. ''19 20 21
Direct
from
King The Tailor, to namea I for a specific show, and Chicago, and
few. We're covering the entire will be good for that show Reno. This bronze tempest
Adm. Fri. S 25 Sat.
$1. $1.50
WPAB land area. Let's all get only. .un. has toured Europe and
acquainted. Bless you. Gract, Tables Free Fri. and Sun.-Ring'lde Tables
Peace, Love be with you. Admission, advance $2.50 Reserved on Saturday played leading clubs
dOor $3.00.
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PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1962




Baptist Head Urges Pope to



BackiAnti-Bias Drives


neta --
P ; ROME A message In which
the pope will support campaignsin Ministerial
the! United States against racial .
= Is expected
discrimination Alliance Hears
soon, Vatican sources said.

Hope M. B. Church I 1 AnnouncementThere Triumph Churches At a recent audience with the Dr. DietrichDr.

I pope, J. H. Jackson, president of
Sunday School . . 9:30 National Baptist Convention of Martin Dietrich addressedthe
Morning worship . . 11:00 will be a musical pro.., To Celebrate Chicago presented the pope witha Interdenominational Ministerial

Evening worship ...... 7:00 gram featuring the South Florida ( document illustrating the activities Alliance at its regular

Prayer meeting Tues. . 7:30 Sunday Spiritual Jan. Singing 21 at Union 4 p.m on at Founder's DayThe of his church and in par. meeting on last Tuesday. The

The pastor, officers and mem. Bethel Temple, 2310 NW 63th titular the anti-racial campaignIt doctor's topic was "The Churchin
bers of Zion Hope wish to thank St. Sponsored by the Young. Ma Triumph Churches throughout i is carrying out. East Germany." The Rev.
will be celebrating
the Universe.
their many friends for turningout trons. Sis. T. Wallace, president; their Founder's Day on Jackson expressed hope thatthe Henry McDowell led the devo
with them at the dedicationof Doris R. Akins paator.BAHA'I I could valid tlons.
Saturday Jan. 20. pope "give moral -
The Alliance was the guest of
their new church, especiallythe
to the campaign
church support"
This great over coming the Children's Home at Kendall.
No. 1 choir of Friendship M. Church against discrimination which the
known Triumph The
B. Church nd the No. 1 and 2 FAITH as Christ National Baptist Convention and After some business matters
and Kingdom of God in
were dealt with, lunch was serv
usher boards of Jordan GroveM.
backingin
other organizations are
was revealed to Ellas Dempsey ed. At the end of the
B. Church. Miss Olive Alexander, executive S. meetingthe
Smith Jan. 20 1902. Its the U.
on ,
director .of JESCA, will be group was taken on a tourof
Special thanks also to the min. the speaker for the Miami Baha'l doors were opened to the world Vatican sources said the pope the grounds which also in.
isters of the different churches. on Jan. 20, 1904. It was con.
commemoration of World Re. customarily acknowledges any eluded the Silver Oaks school.
Sin Vera Johnson, clerk ligion Day, to be held 3 p.m. firmed with 225 members of its I such requests in some form..
Rev. Paul Freeman, pasor Sunday, Jan. 21 at the Temple overcoming body in the 15th The meeting was arranged in
of the Mellniah Range of our the hope that the ministers
of Divine 'Presence NW year Jackson, leader of five million
|6311
Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. would the which is
2nd Negroes, met the pope last month see progress
Church of The Open Door ave. Morning service will begin at while he was enroute to New Del taking place at Kendall, and

The purpose of World Reilg- 11 a.m. Immediately after there hi to attend the World Council of come to realize the need for
(Congregational) ion Day is to elevate the mindsof will be a great feast on the Churches. He also met Augustin community support in the work
Rev II. C. McDowell
pastor sincere seekers above the grounds followed by a gigantic Cardinal Bea, president of the which is being done. It was obvious
A. E. McNtrl, reporter parade with the Northwesternband Vatican's Secretariat for Union that one .of the great prob.
confusion and conflict of historIC i
Morning worship . 11:00: in charge.
Christians lem
Among areas Is centered around the
-......-......-..--. creeds, and inspire them with Evening service will etart at child's
re-entry into the com.
the vision of the oneness of re. i
6:30 and a spicy program will munity. "This is where the
llglon as proclaimed by Baha'u'l
lah founder of the Baha'l World be rendered for your enjoymentat NEW MT. CALVARY church can be of untold assistance
8 p.m. The general public is "
said
Mr. Williamson
Religion a hundred years ago. 7103 N.W. 22nd Ave. ,
cordially invited to come out supervisor of division "B."
.y and to make this t E Rev. W. P. Tarpley, pastor
? Miss Alexander's subject will help us e Sis. Ernestine Hart, reporter Rev. Summerald and Rev. Er
'' be "Faith tor an Evolving greatest. nest Hutcheson, his assistant
School . .
World. Sunday 9:30
chaplain
The public is Invited. were among those who
rH Morning Service . . 11:00: greeted the ministers. Robert

6 1 4 4 MARTIN MEMORIAL evening: worship . 7:00 Taro is the General Superintendent

r BETHEL BAPTIST of the schooLCommenting
Richmond Heights
Sunday morning we had a
4R wonderful worship. Rev. McQriff,
Richmond Heights Services on last Sunday were on Dr. Dietrich's
Rev. L. R. ROBS, pastor deeply inspiring. The Rev. S. D. a visiting minister, brought a speech, the Rev. Edward T. Graham .

Everyone is invited Perry, former pastor of Martin wonderful message taken from has this to say: "We do not
to attend the 2nd chapter and 41 verse realize the blessing which
Memorial, delivered the morning we
our dedication
services on the of Acts. A church that speaks enjoy
through
religious freedom
fourth message and choir No. 2 render.
Sunday Jan. 28.
Please
with
victory. in America until we are told of
ed soul stirring music for the
come out.
This is I
anticipated to the morning. Sunday night our own pastor conditions in other countries.
be
a very rewarding event. brought us a wonderful sermon. The sensing of this opportunity
Sunday Rev. Brown will deliver
Sunday, Jan. 21, Bethel will the message for the day and ought move us to" help meet the
need at
be Kendall.
honored to have as its guests choir No. 1 will be In the stand Christian Baptist Church

worshippers, representatives from for the morning. Those present were: Revs. S.
the Dade County Children's Wel. SlUe .Blppil'ngR YMCA AuditoriumRev. A. Cousin, William Savoy, 11.
fare Home. They will Cleo Albury Pr. pastor
render two On the second McDowell, Martin Dietrich L. R.
selections during our morning Sunday in Feb. Sunday School . . 9:30: Ross H. ,
there will be Green, Amos Hall
ruary between
j services. a rally ,
Morning worship . 11:00
DR. W. J, FAULKNER I the men and women of the t : Otis Mundy, Randolph Thompson
Evening worship . . 7:00:
Matt.
Bethel's Sunday i church and we are asking the Fayson; E. Hutche
"Dr. and Mrs. William J. worship ser Initial services are being held son, T. C. Kelly M. J. Macon
I vices are as usual. support of the community as this L.
Faulkner will be featured guests on Sunday, Jan. 21, We prayerfully A. Roberts
and Ed
Sunday School will help us in our building fund. Graham.
.
of the church on Sunday, Jan. H 9.30: invite our friends, neighbors
Morning worship . . 10 Mrs. Nelse Cross is chairman of
21. They are in Miami for their :45 and the community at largeto
annual visit with their children BTU . . . . 5:30: the women's division and Tho. attend these divine services
mas Holloway is chairman of Homecoming at
and grandchildren, Dr. and Mrs.J. .
the men's division.

.Through 0. Brown the and yeans family.Dr. Faulk. MT. ZION AME CHURCHOpa Choir No.. 1 is sponsoring an NEW PROVIDENCE M. B. St. James AME

ner has served as YMCA secre. Locka Olde Fashion barbecue dinner Rev. C. J. Burney, pastorSis.

tary; minister of the First Con Rev. H. E. Greene, ,pastor the fourth Saturday in February Claudia Wilson reporter ChurchThe

gregational Church, Atlanta, Ga.; Evelena Glenn, reporter on the church grounds. Get Sunday School . . 9:30

dean .of the chapel at Fisk Unl- Sunday School .-. . 9:30: your ticket from any of the men. Morning Service 4 . 11:00: pastor and members are

verity, where he endeared him Morning worship . 11:00: bers. 3TU . . . . 5:00: making plans for the largest

self to a whole! generation of Evening worship . . 6:30: Remember the sick and shut Evening service . . 7:00: j Homecoming in the history of
Flak and Mebarry students and ins in your prayer. We are thankful to God for his St. James Sunday, Jan. 21. This

presently as pastor of the Con. Quarterly conference was held Patents visit (Sunday Sqtfxool many blessings. Continue 'in the day that you are especially .

gregittional Church of Park On Friday night our first sometimes with your children as prayer for the sick and those who invite all of our friends

Manor, Chicago, 111. with Elder J. A. Roberts in I this is one media for character are out of town, for a speedy re. to worship with us. Dinner will

, He has developed one of the charge. building. covery and a safe trip back be served to all members and
home. friends.
truly great churches! of the coun. Rev. Roberts gave a in.
very
try. His honors and recognitionsare formative talk on pressing for. TEMPLE BAPTIST MT. Services for the week:

too numerous to list. An hon. ward and new leadership Elder Rev. L. A. Thompson CALVARY BAPTISTRev. Jan. 15 Rev. M. J. Fayaon

Chicago orary doctorate Theological In divinity Seminary from is Roberta and the complimented our pastor Sunday School ...........,...pastor.... 9:3: ( E. M. Thomas, pastor and Church congregation Miami. St. Paul AME:

an Indication of real distinction. members for their hard Morning Worship ................ 11W Phyllis Myers, reporter ,
work and the accomplishments I Evening Worship ............? 7:31: Sunday School . . 9:45 Jan 16 Rev. T. C. Kelly and
Dr. Faulkner was instrumental 1 made these two months. B. T. U. ..................................?. 8:3( Morning service . . 11:00: congregation, St. Paul AME Co.
I ,
In the organization of the BTU .... ...... ...... .e . &:30 conut
Open Door. lIe will preach at the I All boards were congratulated The anniversary program of Evening service . . 7:00 Grove.
11 a.m. service. He will also I for their wonderful. reports.On the No. 2 choir Sunday afternoon Jan. 17 Rer. H. E. Green

speak at a 6 p.m. Vesper service, Sunday morning Elder was quite a success. President Sunday evening our pastor and congregation, Mt. Zion AME
sponsored by Circle 11 of which I Roberts spoke from the subject, Matilda Hall and Director C. poke to us about "One God". Church, Opa Locka.
Mrs. Enid Curtis Johnson is by the Grace of God I am what I Ambrose' along with the member His message was very inspiring.

president. The Dorsey Junior 1 am. In the evening he spoke ship wish to thank all who par We were very happy to hear him Jan. 18 Rev. Benson and

High Choral Group under the on a Dynamic Church. ticlpated. Special thanks to the I and to' see that he was feeling congregation, Salters ChapelAM

direction of William Johnson, choirs of Central Baptist Church, much better. }) Church, Brownsville.
will In a unique worship. in song All stewards were confirmed Carver Ranches: S. James Bap. Sunday afternoon at 4:30 we
A fellowship hour, with refresh during the service. Mt. Z Ion tist Church, Mt. Olivette Baptist had BTU with the chairman in I Jan. 19 Rev. Sneed and con

ments, will follow the members presented to Elder Church, the Church of God of charge. i gregatlon, Mt. Zion AME Church,
service. vesper Roberts appreciation of $15.50 Prophecy, and Mrs. L. Heywood Once again Sunday night our .'t. Lauderdale.

since he wa&n't with us during who so graciously acted as mis. pastor delivered another ines.
The Church of the Open Door the Christmas holidays. Elder i tress of ceremonies. sage to us. Everyone there en Sunday, Homecoming Day, Jan.

urges Us many friends and woil Roberts expressed his thanks and joyed his message very much. 21.
wishers to avail themselves of appreciation to all. Total Members of the senior usheri'board We are praying for the sick to
this rare privilege. Come and rejoice ., amount raised have led the prayer meet. have a speedy recovery. Rev. J. Benjamin Blacknell will
with uII! for our first Ing during the past two weeks. deliver the message at the 11:00am t
Quarter was $236.
The missionary society and dea NEW BETHEL BAPTIST service.At 1

Mt. Zion is In sympathy with conesses' board will be In charge 3 Rev. S L. '
the ,p.m. Gay and
next two 1571 NW
God Monday 68th
Fifth Ave. Church of night St.
Sister Corene Jackson over the congregation of Mt Hermon
Sunday School . ,
10:00:
1809 ,NW 6th Ave. loss of her son. The missionary. society, Mrs. Morning/ worship . 11:00 AME Church, Opa Locka.

Elder J. Jackson putor Choir No. 2 will have a must will Florence have Hepburn, president, B. T. U. . . . .5:30: Rev. J. Williams and con.
Mrs. 0. Famble state mother cal program Sunday afternoon at fourth a Pews Rally on the Evening worship . . 7:00: gregatlon Metropolitan AME'
Sunday School . . 10:00: 3 o'clock. chlnson Sunday. Mrs. Rhona Hut. Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor Church, 8 p.m '
Morning worship .". 12:00: will conduct the rally. Deacon Fred William, reporter

YPWU . . . . 6.00 All parents are asked to send The message delivered by the Last '
Sunday
Evening worship . . 7:30 their children out to Junior Rev R. Sumrall, head chaplain of Thomas Rolle delivered morning neT St. Matthew Freewill
a ra'o s t '
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We are being spiritually bless Choir reh canal every Tuesdayat the Kendall Home for Children, Inspiring and powerful message. 2014 NW 6th Court

ed with the revival meeting com. 5 p.m. Sister Nellie Davis is la on Sunday was interesting and This. Sunday the muilo will be Rev J. B. Woodley, pastor
Ira McCall. charge. Inspiring. He was accompanied rendered by the Junior Bro. Nathaniel
fag from the Her. choir. Let Thomas, reporter
:... by Mrs. Sumrall .
a group of us not forget the '
You are Invited to attend the The feast the missionariesgave youngsters from the Home, and Ins: Sis. Green and sick and shut- Sunday School .. . 9:30
Sis. .
meeting because souls are being after service Sunday night the Rev. Ernest Hutcheson, chap. side. They Wood Morning worship . 11:00:
saved and healed. was enjoyed 'by> all. lain croup 2. are home YPCL .. . .. ._. 6:00
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I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA 1I j
ikelGaither& Gets National Award SATURDAY, JANUARY' 20, 1962 PAG 2 11

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>med llege Coach Small of Entries ComingIn c'', AMERICA'S FINEST ,


For GolfTournament I
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5IIICAGO Paul (Bear) lh DOG RACING 1
jrant of Alabama and Jake a
Ither of Florida A and M Uni. Entry blanks are now available .
frslty, coaches of national for the ninth annual North.
lampionahip football teams, :
South Golf Tournament *
ere honored by the American h .11
jotball Coaches Association Sat. scheduled Feb. 19-23 at the Ml.
+ rday night at the NCAA con ami Springs course. 1 '
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( ,Bryant was named 1961 major either Tournament Director !
ollyege coach of the year and Ray Mitchell at 8502 Rockaway ,
Jalther, whose Rattlers matchM 1 w
LIabama'4 10.0 record, was, Beach Blvd., Rockaway Beach, Post Time 8:15 p.m.
named coach of the year for jsnullcolleges. N.Y. or Harry Markowitt, prejsl
dent of the sponsoring Orange
I "I'm so happy I could jump Blossom Hotel Association at
; right j ou the window," said 4200 NW 27th ave., Miami.In j- ROLL YWOODKennel
(Gaither, whose 1961 team scored
606 points with Its "splitlineT" addition te the 72-hole
| offense and held opponents links action, players will be
'to 33. treated to a swim suit contest .
31118. CLAR.LOVE
Gaither, 68, has been head and water chow on Feb. 20 while President
'coach of the Rattlers since 19ft. the following day a treasure
His teams have won five National hunt and barbecue will be stag. Club Fetes KidsThe Club 1 0
collegiate football champion at Virginia Key. Trophies and
ships and have a 47-game win other awards will be distributedat Sweethearts of Rosa Civic ,
ning streak since 1952 in the the annual ball Friday night, .,
Southern Intercollegiate Athlet. I Feb. 23. at a site yet to be de. Club ended the :year 1961 witha ,
ic Conference. His career recordat termined. Christmas party and birthdayat -+- .
the Tallahassee school la the home of Mrs. Clara Love.
Hotels that are members of
139 214. the Orange Blossom Association The project of the club for the i
Gaither was inducted into the are the Sir John, Hampton year was Youth Hall. Gifts were
Helms Foundation Football Hall House, Mary Elizabeth, Carter given to an or the children a
of Fame of the National Association
and Sherman. Christmas tree for the boys and PATIO
of Intercollegiate Athletics! INEW CLUBIAdmission I
one for the girls. The children !I
in Kansas City last March.
More than 300 men und women enjoyed candles and nuU. T h u
played in last year's event with project for 1962 will be Youth
Pete Brown, Jackson, Miss; Hall. .
Falcons Lose 1, Willie Greer, Nashville, Tenn. t
Win 2 and Elizabeth Wright, New The first meeting for the new-
York City, the winner of the year was at the borne of Mrs. :
pro, amateur and women' division Pearl Draddy, Mrs. M. tephens, 502 i
After losing to Florida> Nor respectively. glad to meet with the chairman.
mal College by a score of 94-83,
the Dade County Junior College I Officers and members of the r.
Falcons went on to defeat Pat. RUPTURE RECTAL club are: Mm. Clara Love, pres
rick Air Force Base of Cocoa 69. DISEASES ident; MM. Mary Williams, DAILY DOUBLE !
54; and Roosevelt Junior Col chaplain; Mrs. Eleanor Smith, .
legs of West Palm Beach 88 to Office Treatment, Low treasurer; Mrs. Marie Price, sec. First and Second RacesNO
retary; Mrs. Lena Love, parlia.
61.The Falcons with a record of Coat. Free ExaminationDR. mentarlan; Mrs. May Easter Do. t,
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Bume play on Jan. 27 against the Everhart, Mrs. II. Sanders: MM. rr
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... THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA CARD OF THANKSThe Range. '
PAE 12 .1.. :
SATURDAY
JANUARY 20 1962 famtty of the late, !{
:
--. ISADORA D. STRAOIIAN DEATHS Willie Jackson of 2254 RutlandSt.

whose' life expired, January 7, ., died Jan. 12 at Cloverleaf
take this a&. .r one of their meth.ods Hospital Mr. Jackson was em.
H CADSMEMORIALSCARD to express 'to the many ployed as a caretaker at Mt. Si.

churches, fraternal'organizations, Francis nal Cemetery. He is survived by
.
,
students, chuf h land school or.ganizatlosa two daughters, Mary and Annie
and ;friends for the : Bell Jackson, his mother, Mrs.
(3F:THANKS many cards( flowers, letter, do. 'Mrs. Rhoda Scavella died Jan Corean Jackson, five brothers,
< IN MEMORIAMIn nations, cars, telegrams and all 7 in New York City Funeral services Clyde, Alton, Benjamin, Tommyand

sad but loving memory of other appreciative gestures dur. 'were held Jan. 16 at 3 p.m. Henry, four sisters, Mes.
The family of the late, our dear mother, ing the hours of bereavement. at Mt. Hermon AME Church with dames Leonia Bridges, Sarah

MILLEDGE CHESTERwho ,MRS CAJROUNE MANUELwho Special thanks ,to RIdgeway Rev, S. L. Gay officiating Sur. Jones, Florence Rembut and
died January 4, wish to departed this life January Church of God of Prophecy and Mazie Billings. Services were
,thank the many friends who were 18, 1961. Bishop.J, D. Williams for officiating vlvors Include three sisters, Mrs held Thursday at Mt. Zion AME
so kind to them during his deaths Gone, but not forgotten. the wake, Bishop Charles Maggie Wilson, Mrs. Evelyn Church.
I May she rest In peace. I...Mack.ey, for .bIll 1 ,spiritual eulogy Mackey and Mrs Dorothy Riet
Special thanks to Rev. Griffin The Family and tjhe Range Funeral Home for tie, a brother, Thaddous.
and members of Shilo Baptist Key West, Fla. efficient service rendered.We Viola Timmons of 2140 NW
Church and to the staff of Range are sincerely and deeply 6th ave., died Jan. 14 She was
Funeral Home and to all who IN MEMORIAM '* grateful. Benjamin Galtor of .346 NW an active member of St. Paul

sent cards, flowers, telegramsand The Strachan Family 13th et., died Jan. 10. Services AME Church having served on
donated cars. In sad but loving memory of several ,boards. She is survivedby
W. Chester wife dear husband and father will be held at the chapel at her husband
Elease my Joseph, a daugh.ter .
Carolyn Chester, daughter MR. DANIEL DAMES SR. IN MEMORIAMIn 2 p.m. The ibody will be home 9 Lucille, a grand daughter, 4

who departed this life on Janu, of the late p.m. Friday. Survivors Include 2 great grand children and a sister .
memory ,
wry 10, 1960. sons, a daughterMrs. Mrs. Annie Kelly. Services
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Gone but not forgotten. f'to will be held Saturady at 4 p.m.
CARD OF THANKS May he rest In peace. Lillian L. Sweeting of in St. Paul. AME Church, Rev, M.
Mrs. Cestina Dames, wife 1306 NW 2nd ave. died Jan. 14. J. Fayson, pastor. The body !La
I The family of the late, And Children Services will be held on Jan. 22, now on view In the chapel.
MRS DORIS FERGUSON WHITE 2 p.m. at Eebenezer Methodist
who departed this life on Decem. IN MEMORIAMIn Church with Rev Aaron D. Hall
ber 31, 1961, wish to express olilciating. The body will be on Mary Thompson of 1914 NW
gratitude to our many friends sad but loving. memory of view in the chapel Sunday ai. 73rd St., died Ja .n 14 Mrs.
who with sincere thoughtfulness ny dear mother, teroon. Survivors Include her Thompson was a member of Mt.

remembered us during our be husband, Edward, a daughter, Tabor Baptist Church. She Is aur.
reavement. Miii. Pearl Woodside, three sons vived by her husband, Lawson, a
Willington, Roy and Rudolph, Z eon, Quillie and two sisters Mar.
Special thanks to Archbishop i I brothers, Alfred and Fred Cerut. tha Preston and Mamie Dublin
H. Francis Wilkie and the Range ti, 15 grandchildren. Services will be held Saturday at
Funeral Home. The flowers, tele 1 p.m. In Mt Tabor. The body is

grams, cards of condolences and Infant Phyllis Williams, nowl on view in the chapel.
other personal services renderedwere .1f daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
most comforting to us. Williams of 1611 NW 3rd ave. i
Mrs. Anna J. FergusonAnd died at her home on Jan. 13 Survivors Jessie Spells of Mexico City,

Family a r' Fla., died Jan. 15. He is survivedby
include four
brothers. his wife, Annie Lee and a stepson
David Cody. Services will be
eon
Baby Boy Wright, of Mr. held Tuesday at 12 noon in Mex.
and Mrs Harold Wright of 2022 .
ico City. Friends call
IN MEMORIAM may at the
NW 3rd
ave., was stillborn on
Sra chapel after 4 p.m. Monday,
Jan 16.
Graveside services heldon
In loving memory of my bus I Pr Jan. 19.
band, the late, .- Edwin
Bowles of 4308 SW 17th
,' '' ROBERTA BDTHUNE Mrs. Harriet Taylor of 366A St., West Hollywood, died Jan.
J: !If. -!f\- \\tl.! who departed this life NW 14th st. died
January on Jan 16. 16 at his residence. Mr. Bowleswas
,f 19; 19 61. Amuig ements are incomplete. an active member of the

I You darling sister of mine, Survivor include her husband, American Legion Post, Grand
\ ri" Aft time passes on, George,'-d 'daughter,., Mlss.Georgle United. Order of the Pall Bear.
t It's like yesterday in my heart. Lee Taylor, two .fates, \qffiJi4'.Sylvia : r8..';aiJi4..Ward: fttapeel;rftJUEP! o:
\ Your remembrance and love will Johnson 'and Miss Doris Church. lie is survived by: his .

I" ., .,,; ;. : never die. Hannah, a brother, Louis. wife, Minnie, a. son, Timmle. Services .
I
I. "." - Willie D. Allen, sister will be held Sunday at 2

4J :, MRS JULIA E. MYERS ::;, And-Family p.m. In Ward Chapel Church,

who departed this life January Richardson Hallandale Friends may call at
20, 1942.! : IN MEMORIAMIn the funeral home after 2 p.m to.

Out of the pain of watching day,
\ night loving memory of our son, Dwayne Nichol Puyol, three.year.old -
removed, father, brother and uncle, son of Adrian and Vir. .Mra Willie Mows flumes
IInto the sleep that God gives ,
his beloved ginia Whitehead Puyol died Jan. formerly of Miami, died in Chi.
Into the raw of a glad ressur. 13. Services will be held Friday, cago. She is survived by her hus.
rection, Jan 19 at 9:30: a.m. at St. Ag. band, Clifton, three sons, two
Into the house of unbroken affection nes Episcopal Church. He leaves daughters, her mother, Mrs An.
hit parents, three sisters, Valarie, nle Moss, a sister Mrs. EJlenor

Into the joy of her Lord-thence Stephenle and Adrienne, two Simons, and two brothers, Lam.
confessing. r .. grandmothers, Mrs. Florence bert and Clifford Moss. The Order
I Death In disguise is his angel in Whitehead sad Mre. Loranle 'or the Burial of the Dead will
blessing l'uyol, aunts, uncle and many be recited at the Church of the

Christina V. Lewis, daughter other relatives. Incarnation at a date to be'.an.
___ nounced "
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GEORGE ROBINSON Mrs. Helena Harvin Hicks of

.'who fell asleep .on January 16 617 NW 20th St., died at, her House of Albert ;
1959. home on Jan 12. Mrs. Hicks has .

May his soul rest In resided in Miami for more than
.
peace. Charles Edwin
Frances 30 years and was a member of Carey of 2419
,And Robinson 4 4 i? k r Choir No. 1 at Greater Bethel NW 48th St., died Jan. 11, Bur.
Family
i AME Church for many years. vlvors 'are his widow, Elizabeth,
\ :: She leaves to mourn a husband.Mr. three daughters; three eons as

,' Walters Hicks, three sisters. well as many other relatives.
1' IN MEMORIAM 2 brother and many other rela. Services will be conducted Sat
r: r: lives and frkiidg. Funeral services urday 2 p.m. as the Church of

i;; In sad but loving memory of will be held at Greater God of Prophecy, Elder Arnold

our dear husband and father, Bethel AME Church on Saturday, view Demerltte in pastor. He will be on

8", '_,4! ..,,, ....,..,...-__ ---- A.Jan. 20, a) 3 pm. with Rev. S. I day. his home from 7 p.m Fri
HERBERT TAYLOR JR. Cousin officiatingMr.

r rrr vho departed this life January John T. Thomas who lived
21, 1959., 6226 NW 22nd at
Ct.
t and who
There's an open door at the end Charles Barrett of Cape burned to death when he acci.was
of the road Charles, Va. died In Homestead deafly tell Into fire Jan. 13
J. Through which each must go on Jan. 16. lIe will be shipped to will be funerallied In tho ,

I alone, Cape Charles, Va. on Friday, Jan. Saturday at 11 a.m. lIe is chapel
I And there in a light we cannot 19, and funeral services will be vived by his widow, Willie Mae sur

see conducted by Morris Funeral I mother, father, six brothers
,and
a : ; Our Father claims His own. Home He leaves to mourn., a four sisters. ,
e
pt The Taylor Family wife, four children. .
M The 1 Late 'earl 7
I| Si0ter Young Robin Keith
Princeton Fla. who 'II I.. Davb. Infant *on
& : was a member of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert L. Davis
of
International Free and
Accepted Order Masons, Inc. "Living Service for the Living" of U,21610 Chapel SW services 10th ave., died Jan.

She departed this life Octob. ducted Jan. were con
17 at
10
er 25, 1961. Mrs. Florence Rog. a.m.

ers ol 2500 NW 155th St., Opa "ervlres for
.. Locka, her daughter,''Was paid 1m., :M5th ave Albert, Rolle of
mediately the sum of $200 by i'''drd. Sattirdir will be con.
the lodge. at 4 p.m. lie
Mrs. Young' wa a' member of .day lie evening in repose in the chapel

Hdna Bryant Chapter 'No.: I 26 -
Org of Homestead P nn'- -----
We have lost member but Campbell Curry of 1301
4 a .1 I 'I'h' Terr.
fed our lost Is heaven's gain. .,i I at Jackson' was dead OQ"ar.
Mrs. Malessla W.' M. ,' Hospital. H'I i
Horn : "Ivors' are his
FRED V. WILEY SR. I Mrs. Zepperlne Bell, Fin.'Sec. .IlteJ"n, his mother widow Mr" Jac-
EdnaM. Bryant, Treas. .' Minnie
l'ampbe.Jl
four
who departed this life January Wm. V. Banks, 8; ft Itt., daughter two daughters a step
23, 1961. sisters Mesdames \
r
The summer Ethel Johnson and Tereatha
rose buds

And Then fades blossoms' forth, <'-'., '*I. IN MEMORIAMIn Oscar L Range Funeral Home James Brown, and three Nathaniel.brothers, William Services,

loving memory of our dear will be held
But, In memory mother, grandmother and sister Saturday at 3 p.m.
The Image of Us beauty MRS. ETELLA FARRJNOTON, M.,, Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range, Mgr. Elder at the Jacob Church of God in Christ
Never changes Cohen, pastor. lie
who
slipped away Into a land of
Aid may our Joved one rest and peace January 19, 1959. 5727 NW.17th Ave. from will be on view in the chapel
Friday
,t: Whose earthly cycle Gone, but not forgotten. afternoon.
I Has ended, always lira Mre. Nora Bell Demerltte OX 1-0131
In the memory of our hearts; daughter I OX. 1-4343

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RENT Oil LEIASE. Well equl,. THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI: FLORIDA
ped restaurant with beer and
ClassifiedFOR wine license. Call OX 1-0944 or Beauty Shop for,Rent SATURDAY' UARY 20, 1962 PAGE ,13

OX 1.3874. .

Fully equipped, very .. .
HELP 'WANTED' .. reasonable Try A Miami Times Clasii d'
RENTE. FEMALE. Snack Way. 5595 NW J '
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Rental Agency Good locationExcellent:
Rental collections; property AGENTS for cosmetic routes and
Management, real estate household
necessities. Earn business
569 NW 8th St. MFR 7.2902 from $75 weekly. Be your own flISTONEREAL.

boss, 1220 NW 79th St. Apply OX 1.0825 or OX 1.2073

FURNISHED 1 bedroom apts. a.m. .. '
Large rooms, stove, refrigerator, Not every realtyls! a "Realtor.' .
1 block FOR SALE .
new furniture, from ;'
', Don't Take Chances;
new highway. 4190 NW 32nd
CORNER STORE suitable for '
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ave.
i barber shop, beauty parlor or any '$450 Down .Put ;your tru.t'i.n'. a 'Realtor" ..
small business Corner NW 18th .
HOUSE. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, ave and 69th Terr. 6950 NW < -
$25 weekly. Furnished or unfurnished 18th ave. NE 3.6203 or :FR 6910 NW 28th Ave. I Home
month.CBS '
Also 1 ,bedroom apts. I 94922. $63 per
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Ph6ne Day FR 72196. Eve FR I horn stand at 1475 NW 67th St. All you need is $350
93530. J 26 $84 MonthThis
Phone OX 1.0547. a One mortgage
Large yard. Only $4,000.

LOWEST RENT In town $14 for CBS home can be .
HOUSE. 9 rooms, tile bath and
2 bedroom apartment near new with closing costs
highway, 3200( NW 47th St. kitchen, gas heaters, Fla. room, yours no' 4725 NW 12th Ave.-On Corner
jalousled porch, 3 bearing fruit or qualifying. One bedroom
trees, near bus, stores, and has private entrance and
terrific
NICE LARGE ROOM. 6710 NW schools. $7 5 month after down bath. Carporte, school 2 bedroom CBS, terms,
9th ave. PL 1997.. J19 payment. 2145 NW 49th St. Call
awnings, patio, fenced yard. now.
Carporte and dining'room
i
3-BEDROOMS, Fla. room, glass LOT IN Rainbow Park area near are extra, features t City .
porch. $25 week. Also 4 room elementary school 50 x 105 ft.
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water and bus at the corner. home
house both $15 week. Lights wa. Call NE 1.5705 for information. I Looking for a large
ter free. 2220 NW 61st et MU. 9.12 a.m.CHOICE Walk to schools and shop
1.5740. ping. This could be yours That has everything? 3 bedroom CBS, Fla. room and

t\ J19 LOT, Franklin Park See it now. F2 exotic patio, nicely landscaped, corner lot. Many

? Ft. Lauderdale. Real good loca.
3 HOOM Cottages water furnish. tlon. FR 4-7045. I other extras. included. Call for details.
td. $10 weekly, 569 NW 8th St.

FR 72902.: Notice .

TERMS: I others Call anytime PL 4-2648
Many
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EASY ,
NEWLY Renovated furnished or Special price for children haircuts
unfurnished apts. in the Opa 75 cents. Seventh St. Barber .
Locka area near church, 'school Shop 630 NW 3rd ave. IMMEDIATE ,
and shopping center Call Mick Three barbers to serve you at POSSESSION
Ins Rental Agency. NE 4.0500. all times Mr. Valeda, Juanlta ::J ;: .....
Indf Monroe, Rev. Amos Hall, prop. 3-BEDROOM CBS i

NOTICE 1066 NW 47th Terr.B. Mary Lee Employment Service
2-brdroom
house
also furnished
JEED INCOME tax assistance!
duplex near Grand Way. Rea. Call for appointment. FR 3.7210 BrokerPL UNDER NEW MANAGEMENTAt
sonable. 1274 NW 55th St. F10 E. John, Reg.
4-8693 New Address

FURNISHED bedroom with 40i "_'//10'. ..'' 1092 ''NW 54th St.
private bath. 1464 NW 71st St. 1711 W. Flagler Street FR 9-6193
OX 14183. Nice location. D.
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ROOM in private home. Private 775 and 777 NW 47th Bt 4 FOR SALEs Attention domestics We have many excellent position .

bath and kitchen privileges Quiet iKMlroom... 2 bath, very laNe opened for all kinds of domestics. Call or come
water,! $8, week. 1817 NW 5th ct. rooms, for 1 or a families, ftSO
OX 63946.; month earn.. You must nee this a in. Bring references.

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LOVELY small house, buy like
kitchen
1,120 NW 42nd Large taantl. Private entrances, ,
rent, Ex&ellent! neighborhood. $50 -- ., .
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5.5566. $350: down. FHA finance. Price rightfor FOR SALE ,BY OWNER

1-UEDJlOOM HOUSE (unfurn.kshd into NW 42nd St. 8 bedroom quick sale. Must see to
). 1159 NW 65th St. TU HIS. u'Il\\'ood floor, no qua]. appreciate. 1101 NW 77thSt. C. PEARCE
tying.I $8.1 month, that's all.
7.2030.,? I ___ PL 80979. Phone NE 5-4505

DUPLEX 1431: N.W.. 42nd St. 3 bedroom, ..: t 1; JVeek. cJar,: .
apartment, beautifulone HA. room, feiiwvl;' 'batkp.td. \
SUN. FROM 35.30 p.m.
btdrbom with Florida room. $400 down, that's all. OPEN
All UtetHe l kitchen. 1242 NW I

Slit TjTo see call 633.2051. 1 757 MV 40th fit. Extra M'rooms 3 bedrooms furnished, 2 baths, living room, dining

nice 2 bedroom CTIS.Large. Fla.. room 1 car garage. Apartment
large
,
,
CLEAN room
ROOM, respectable flit. room garage, barbe.
couple or'.'man looking for & nice rue pit Only $400 down. s attached partly furnished. bedroom; 1 bath and

home. NE 5.5283.FURNISHED ,, ,' ""
living room. ,
1101 NW 45 efficiency, 1868 bedroom<< 2 bath CHS. Extra large 't' /I .":-" _I -_" --:::- ,. _-:-_-
NW .H..t1h.'rerr. NE 50010. I mater, bedroom with private $345 down $69 Mo. : '. ,I' .. '*
garden.\

il'f11tGE ROOM. 6710 NW N.W. 50th ST.: j :
9th attUPL 71907. JOOI NW 11th Ate. Show plate I 1759
for |trof Mtr>iuil". bedroom, 2 large 1y'A HOME TODAY !
2.bedroom on
$18 a:-w k, 2 bedroom house. bath CHS. Complete fence, pin Nice
2831 NW 66th St. HI 61266. 1 bedroom lrqifru', hennllfnl landscaped lot. Carporte.
jrrotiruK.. Ideal for entertaining. Total price only $8,300. No
must nee thin.1RJW people teachers!
Profeeslonala professional ,
DUPLEX APT. Beautiful large qualifying. ''No closing costs. For business*

2 bedroom all electric kitchen. NW 41th St. 2 bedroom S. See these beautiful homes
Fine ltiel hborhood. 1090 NW CBS, Fla. room, hardwood
ShtStt, To sea call 6332051. floors. $75 month. Small down. SOUTH OF 54th ST. ---.---
tJnturnl1bw. Adult only.JTTRNTSHED .
down $75 Mo. 1. 3020 NW 70th Terr. $1,900 down-$91 Mo.
REALTOR $395
ROOM. 1986 NW A BEN.VORI Includes taxes and insurance)
Sfthjat. Call NE 36203. 2644 N.W. 62nd St. 2-bedroom ( old
built central heating, 3 years
Custom baths
IVi ,
1.9372 3bedrooms,
OX
m: with two Florida rooms $450 down "- $86.48 Mo.
room In a private CBS 2. 2900 NW 68th St.
homes for a man. No cooking. plus enclosed garage.. No FHA Terms
5950 yWj 9th ave. PL 1.5236. costs. wall to wall
closing air conditioned,
3'bedrooms, 2 baths,

VERY 'UNUSUAL 1 bedroom carpeting. Gorgeous corner property
lum" apt. with patio, wall FOR SALE Mo.
to !yti t carpet, 6 windows. 3 NEW 3. 2990 NW 69th St. $400 down $73.70
doors back front and side. Fur.nl8hed Home buyer, live rent freein -3-bedrooms, 1 bath
*> Miami Death decoraor3JtSlNW model home. $995 down Corner property FHA terms
69th St. Please our
don t T1.unless nice, nice per. Chance of lifetime.! See meAt I 3-bedroom, 2 bath CBS We have over 500 others
,
lion S.W. 22ndSt.
mode! 5412
in and range. No Sundays too
built oven Saturday, ,
Sat. We are open
Hollywood ,
West
.. closing. Must
'BEAtrnJ3It> furnished room, qualifying no and Friday
7rtvKWt titrance. private bath, between 3-6 p.m. be seen to appreciate. Open 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Monday
'waU.to Wwall carpet. Walk-In Sun. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
cloMtvUaf: windows 1855 NW Telephone (Miami) Inc.
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69th ;
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NA 46983COMING Start the New Year right1.4t ,

find a home. We
us you
NEED A RIPE
will assist you with your PL 7.2559
SOON 5524 NW 7th Ave.
WOMAN LOOKING for ride from financing
NW 7th ave and 58th st. to NE office in Liberty City)
188th et. and 19th ave Mon. Teachers' Talent PL7-8456 283 NW 79th st (The largest real estate -
thru Sat. except Thuw. Phone
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA City Out to Land

1' NAACP Staff Maps I

IY-GE 14 SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1962 :I Negro ConventionsA


public relations specialist -

1962NEW I expected to be a Negro was
Program For recommended last week by the

SOCIAL SECUR T, PUN PHUN I Civil Service Board to work .r-

elusively with Negroes here.
education for Negro
YORK Key NAACP northern

By PHIL OSSOFEIl staff members from across the youngsters" Miss June Shaga. Attracting national and region.

nation concluded their 1962 action loft, special assistant for education al conventions and associationsof

conference here this week. Negroes to Miami will be one
I am reading an interesting" Their deliberations. covered a of hb functions.
book named "In His Steps, a
wide range subjects during the "Most public demonstrations
.1 aA t M N. IrI+ about what happened officials took the matter
City
story three day meeting in the fight for better housing"
when a minister and some of his Jack E. Wood, special ,assistant under consideration after they

n January 1, 1962, a new congregation followed a pledge to Executive Secretary Roy WHklna for housing. had been criticised by Negro

u 1 security tax rate went Into live their every day lives by thanked the staff for its leaders who felt that the city'sall

< o t for nine out of ten work guiding their deeds with this work In 1961 and called upon "The Association's personnel In white public relations bureau

;,. people. thought, "What would Jesus each member' to do an even bet. the South can handle that region's lacks the necessary contracts

i .r employed people the 1962 do?" ter Job in 1962. problems. And, unless special for dealing with Negroes.
help is called for, nonTsouthern
1.1 J Is 3 1.8 percent for em Their experiences showed how The conference places great NAACP unite should concentrateon Publicity department head,

l l.c: ,'o and employer, a total In. the world would change throughthe stress on utilization of selective problems at home" Robert Lew Price, told the board Miami
i 0 .se of one-fourth of 1 per. to Christ. 1 in has about
personal change a buying as an anti-bias season L. Carter general counsel. 1,000 rooms cateringto
,
I d tit. For self-employed people, like lte.Written, straight southern cities, with all? Negro conventions, and

t ," ..new rate Is 4.7 percent, an supporting northern action. "Branches should make more that some Biscayne Blvd. hotels
L! .:. ase of three-sixteenth of 1 in 1896, this book has
Other key points were: effective use of state Fair em. do not discriminate against Ne.
I .cent. The maximum taxable been translated Into 21 langu. "Much work needs to be done ployment Practice laws" Her. gro guests when they are minor)

I" ,sings remain $3,800 during: ages, including a Russian publication to improve the conditions of bert Hill, labor secretary. ties among convention groups.
t t.'i: tax year in earnings, net in which has been :bannedby
Is
"Shortages of funds the big.
from Soviet. It is book that The Civil Service Board
( :i3 self.empLoyment or a the a was
single obstacle to southern
i "binatlon of both. 1 would well be read by all Chris. ger asked by the city commissioners
voter registration" John M.
for it depicts the lack of GOD HEADBy recently to consider settles
11 dollars and cents the In. tians, I Brooks, director of registrationand up a
r se means that an employed true Christian endeavor in our Elder Theoploua. Cyril Rolle voting. Job classification for the kind of

i I. son earning $4,800 or moro religious institutions, and gives: public relations specialists who

<"i.! 'ng 1962 will pay $160 In an excellent description of what I. Jesus Christ is God Almighty, Gloster B. Current, director of would fill the need.

r 'al. security tax instead of the happens to men who follow the for the Bible says in Psalm branches, was in charge of the

," 't he paid on these earnings precepts of Christ as did first- 100:3: ,, "Know ye the Lord He 'is conference which was addressed

'\Il 1961. With 52 weekly checks century Christians.It 'God." In John 20:28. Thomas by national board members Kir. Save a Life

l ling $4,800, about 12 cent and answered Jesus and said. "My ie Kaplan of Boston, and Ches. -

i icra will be withheld from each portrays the suffering Lord and my God. There are not ter I. Lewis of Wichita, Kan.,
i; rk. His employer tax will also secrifice of these latter-day disciples head as it has been taught for and by members of the national Drive Carefully!

'I e :about 12 cents more a week, I' of Christ, who were os three distinct persons in the God office staff.

A self-employed person net. traclzed by those churchgoerswho many hundred years. There is A NNMN/NN/.NNN......................N.ANDREWS' .

l '?? as much as $4,800 will fought change in the i r one, and that one Is Jesus. He
S2:S.50 instead of pay "comfortable" religious life. I ''I was Father In creation for He JEWELERS
$216 for the I "
God said I not sent
wish someone would write a similar have
EXPERT
". Spread over 12 months this made all things before He put on WATCII AND
these prophets yet they ran .
I i?bout 79 cents more a month, book, using the present. a body. He was son in redemptionwhen CLOCK REPAIRS
(Jer. 23:21). Again 'in Isaiah
i .' by the quarter $2.38 more. day South as its locale. It wouldbe He put on a body. He is ,
"His watchmen blind 40 Years In Business
they
interesting to know what are :
now holy Ghost in the Church
a line with its policy of set would happen if a Southern because HJs\ spirit fills His are all ignorant, they are all All work guaranteed
t'n; a schedule of I
i tax rates social secur- white minister suggested such a people. The Bible says there is dumb dogs, they cannot bark; 303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
sufficient to meet slumber. (Isaiah 66:10)).
,
program to his congregation.
1 o cost of all one God and there is none other
present and future FR 3-0152
but lie (Mark 12:32.: ) We read
!Durance benefits Therefore lam take
the Congress Those taking the pledga would warning you,
:
i % ',ce four significant program brother religionists!, and would and God.. So we see according to false prophets and the I r
the Scripture that Jeaus is Lord
.fl.<':nges effective with the 1961 make overwhelming sacrifices! churches., May God open your
and God. The Bible "Knowi
I says,
ndments signed by President even aa their earlier counter that the Lord is G d." understanding that you may un. SEE THE WORLD'SGREAT
r ':nedy last June ;I ye o derstand knowledge in the
my
Theee parts suffered and sacrificed be < SPIRITUALAND
C' (Psalm 100:3.: ) "There Is one
rnges: cause of the ungodly of Jesus' mystery of Christ la my prayer
God and there is none other but
PSYCHIC READER
'1. Enable for you. Jesus Christ Js. God Al.
men to "
apply for day.Yes He. (Mark 12:32): ). '
r uced old.age insurance bene. such a book could be an There were three manifestations mighty and besides him there Is BISHOP HUNTER
t't tat 62. eye opener to those so-called no God. "I am Alpha and Omega -
Christians who exalt themselves : of the one God, but the ; the beginning and the endIng U[ yon are sick or worried, don't
2. Increase by about preacher did not understandthem
10 per.r above their brethren while pro. i I ealth the Lord, which is and fall to see me today. Office hours
:tt monthly. benefits due He was manifested
62 as '
'., Told or older widows getting claiming to love God, the unseen, Father when he made every which' was and" which, is to come, daily 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Thursday

1 :refits on the accounts of their and not loving these brethren thing. Some say this is the First -Almighty.: 1 p.m to 0 p.m. Sunday 11 *m.

1 bands, dependent widowers, whom they have seen. I Person of the Godhead, but it ta to 3 p.m.

r \ dependent parents. not so. When He was manifest '
ed in the flesh the READINGS
as Son of COMING SOON
3. Raised the minimum old-age
God, men say this is the Second
o of It payable to a 65 year. ..00
Person in the God-head. When ,
o.1 or older retired worker or ton Teachers' Talent
.. He was manifested in the up
role survivor of deceasediTker
a
Church as the Holy Ghost
they
from $33 to $40 month
a this is the
say Third Person in NightDugie'
v'th: corresponding increases for 8417 SW 17 St.
the God-head. There is Bible
no
I
( endents and other survivors
$o support this. It is
\ absolutely
rf WEST1I0LLYWOOD
'workers due less than $40 a
unscriptural. In
Timothy 3:16we :
e
ronth In unreduced
benefits un. read "God Guest House
'. : was manifested .
( r the old law.
in the flesh Jesus was that I U. PROF. HUNTER
I *. Reduce the amount of work
God manifested in the flesh The house of clean rooms
ra ded to qualify for benefits, when He was here. Jesus la the

i'owing many workers, depen. Almighty God. There Is none Open 24 hour NE 4-3851
lots, and survivors who were ther but He.

nt: eligible under previous work Some use the Scripture in Seeing U Believing SEE THE SOUTH'S
r.uirement provisions to getL See for clean
: John 1:18, "No man hath seen us room
....ems.If God at any time," but to under LEADING COLORED
s
stand it. Speaking of man in this 29411 NW 47th St., Miami PSYCHIC READERCONSULT

Scripture is referred to
the nat.
Cur Past This Week ural, carnal man that Is not sub. Jamaica Dugie, always a HER-

ject to the law of God, and friend

II AN 'ANP FEATURE neither Indeed can be (Romans INDF
w r 8:7): Since the natural man is

1 not subject to the law of God

r S and la contrary to God's -
laws
JfN
.
13, 1923 Bishop Benja. ana
commandments, he
ruin T. Tanner AME church During a special executive see God because God is a cannot spirit Beautiful Home en

l leader, died meeting at the Shoreham, Wash and man lie carnal. The DibleBaJ Your Lot
Ington. D. C. headquarters of
,
I In John 6:46:
: "Not
.r 'N. 14, 1907 Jamaica earthquake that any
,' the United Broadcasting Co.
IIt man hath seen the Father."
\, occurred. Inc., Mr. Richard Eaton, president Manoa ?
,-t ,said, "We shall surely die, fat> Gnttttetcttox
\; ." N. 16, 1881 Dean William appointed Art Gordon, general because we have seen God"
manager of UBC's newest face to face tw Let her years of experience guide
Pickens, author and NAACP and my life Is pre. and protect throughout life
you
: Meld secretary, was born. in radio station, WFAB soon to served" (Genesis 32:30). He
.s a lighthouse guide the ships In
S. C. take to Miami's airwaves. meant he did not die. ,
Anderson County, \ I storm. For tiicce* In busln.
Mr. Gordin began his broad., The preachers did not under and love.DON'T .
.J' N. 15, 1941 Professor S. H. casting career back in 1939 as stand and do not understand the GET
of More STAY IN THE RUT.
\rcher, president an announcer and later managerof Scripture becauo. God did not Complete Building Service
I THE HELP OF
Atlanta died. OUT NOW. BY
house college, various radio stations
along send them. If they had been sent GOD SHE CAK HELP YOU.

J\ N. 18, 1856 -' Dr. Daniel the east coast. of God, then they would have e PLANNING

Hale Williams, first doctor to WFAB will operate day and known who Jesus is. Not being ;. C BUILDING Office Hours:

nerfrom a successful heart op- 'night at 990 kilocycles with 5,000 sent of God, the truth of the e FINANCING 0 a.m. 9 p.m

: oration, was born In Pcnnsylanla. I,watts of power. Bible was and Is hid from them. Thun 9 a.m. it
'
+j \ Dr. Williams, a Negro, Other United Broadcasting Co. Jesus said, "I thank Thee, Father. Your New Home 7 p.m.

t was 'the. surgeon; who" helped properties include: Lord of heaven and earth, DAILYSunday
!
because thou hast hid these No D
found Provident hospital in WOOK, Washington; WFAN 'WDPayni6nt
h
Chicago. He died Aug. 4, 1931. Washington; WINX, llockvllle, things from the wise and pru.
:
dent, and hath revealed them
fro JAN. 19, 1918 John H. John Md.; WSID, Baltimore; WSID. 'unto babes," (Matthew 11:25), 10 .. ". 3 p.m.READING .
FM: Baltimore; WPMO, Cleve.
\. son, publisher of ohnsotfsPublications land: WCUY-FM, New York City; I find in Luke that Jesus openedthe Over Twenty Years of

(Ebony Tan, Jet,) WANT Richmond, Va.; WMUR. understading of his >preachersthat > Construction kxptrlene

was born in Arkansas City, TV, New Hampshire. they might understand the Guaranteed Satisfaction $1.00 UP
Ark. Scripture (Luke 24:45)<< ). Notone

JAN. 20, 1959 Atty. Ernest there of were them three ever distinct preached Persons that 9V QaaQoaa fl IS Years Cxporltneo

Wilkins, who held a sub-cabi REDUCE E Z in the God.head. Not one of them MADAMHUNTER
net post in the Eisenhower Administration *
(a! aQ.97c
the
died. Lose 2-0 pound weekly. baplzed anyone using term
J Effective "In the name of the Father Son
medication. Injectlona. -
JAN.. 20. 1800 Nat Turner, Physician spec and Holy Ghost," because they PL 1-3604 1C57 N.W. 73rd ST.
who, led the insurrection In talking. knew the truth of it. Jesus had Miami

,, 1831 which bears his name, FR 3.2748 opened their understanding, MIAMI FLA.
888 N.E.
79th St. Person
"was' born In South Hampton, therefore they preached the Don't Wrltt-Call In
1545 SW 1st St.
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

IN OUR SCHOOLSFRANK SATURDAY, JANUARY' 20, 1962 PAGE K

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C. MARTINThe G. W. CARVER HIGH Talent .e.ACIC
Show at Students To Step Up
PTA held Its first meetIng Ring out the old, ring in the
for 1962 on Jan. i. new and make 1962 a banner North DadeA
year! This slogan was the themeas "
Members were happy for the G. W. Carver High PTA got talent show for all teenag. Drive
return of the president, Ellis oft to a fine start on Monday, Jan. Georgia Victory
Adger, who was unavoidably ab 8, at Its initial meeting of the ers from the Opa Locka area
sent for the Nov. and Dec. meetIng year. Carver concert band, under will be held at North Dade High
Atlanta, Ga. The Student eBootle ruled that segregating
,.
the direction of Phillip Cooper, auditorium Wednesday, Jan. 21
Non Violent Coordinating Com. Negroes and whites In voting
Means and ways to procure provided began.music With before the meeting at 7:30 p.m. Ittee announced this week that places and In voting lists In Albany
Roy Brantley
money to defray expenses for hot It will step up voter regtstra.on was unconstitutional.
presiding, a short business meet. Guest artists will Include the
lunches provided for 21 pupilsby activities among rural Ne. SNOC Field Worker Charles M.
the PTA was the main topicof following Ing was held.committees Reports were from made the Stereos, Bell Tones, Veltones and gro In Georgia Is Terrell County Sherred described the Albany

dlscu: ston. 'The annual Pa. and accepted treasurer's, budget Laurene Smith. as the first step In implementing situation as typical for South
rent and Teachers on Parade and annual tea committees. SNCC's program aimed at Georgia Negroes.In .
which will be held in the near All entries for the talent show glstrating Negroes in several
future was also discussed. Timely remarks were made by must be in to Mr. Cambridge by lard-core counties surrounding Terrell County, Negroes out.
William Sturrup, who stressed 10 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 25 Albany, Oa.Terrell I number whites almost two to
Forest K. Smith, representa. the importance of delegates and II I one. However, out of 2,858 registered .
tive from Wonderful World Reference others attending the State PTA County has been the voters In 1958 only 48
Books, was guest speaker meeting which will be held in scene of recent investigation by were Negroes. Even though Negroes .
last faculty meeting, Vest Palm Beach Feb.. Manatee BUNCHE PARK SCHOOLThe Federal officers Into Irregular outnumber whites in 26
lannerman in his remarks to the voting practices and charges of other Georflac oounttes, regis-
Mr. Smith lectured briefly on audience present expressed his PTA began the new year intimidation by Negroes attempting tred Negroes outnumber registered
the many advantages in having thanks to the members of the with an interesting and Inform to register and vote. whites in only five coun
such books in our library band and asked the parents to tire meeting which was held on This week, Federal Judge ties.

Faculty members and studentsare continue to encourage these January 8, with the president, ..iUI.II! -
young people in their efforts to '
preparing for the culntlna toward Coachman, presiding.
tion of the first semester of the make good. Final plans were made for the Zone[ Two'!Principals Meet
19 61-62 year. At the end of this The annual Pre.Valentine Tea baby contest which is being I
Period students will have a throe vill be held In the school's auditorium -
day holiday. faculty and staff on Sunday, Feb. 11, 400.m. sponsored by the PTA. The con. At Holmes
Members will remain in school at All parents and friends of test will terminate on Jin. 22 Elementary
the time. Carver are urged to attend this and as a culminating activity a -
ffalr. Donation Is 50 cents. fabulous' "WomanldRs Wedding"has est In the bulletin board display
One day has been allotted for been planned for your en Holmes Elementary school was done by the Resource Claw. All
parent teacher conferences. And Serving classes are held at joyment. Please come) out to hostess to Zone 2 meeting of teachers were compliments as
two days for teachers to work on .1 Carver every Monday at 8 p.m. enjoy the fun and laughter at 8 Dade County Elementary School evidences of learning were seen
Individual class records. I for adults. Mrs. Bryant is the In. p.m. on Monday, Jan. 22 Principals on last Thursday, In various areas by the group.
-- structor in charge. The fee Is $2. Jan. 11. We received compliments Special mention wee give to
Mrs. Louise Pittman returned from the group as to the the custodial staff on the gener.
HOLMESThe Alkln education Hepburn,Instructor coach and at. after the Christmas holidays witha work being done by our children.We al appearance of the school.
physical ,
new name. She Is now Mm.
were especially congratulated Watch for Holmes pupils on
tended the American Football
members of the faculty Association Conventionheld Louise A. Campbell. Congratula. on our ETV and Spanish pro. Channel 2, "Know Your School,"
were pleasantly greeted for the Coaches In Chicago last week. Ions and best wishes to Mr and grams as well as evidence of the Monday night, Jan. '29, 8 p.m.
New Year by the Mrs. Campbell
principal witha
work
done
president good being in social 1
Roy Brantley,
delicious treat
consisting of studies and science.
coffee and cakes. Mrs. Alice Martin, music The group took a dlflnlte Inter Support The NAACP
teacher and Mrs. Anette B. Lew.Is .
We are happy to have three of DUNBARA first grade teacher, are back -
our teachers back with us, Mrs. refressing first grade with us after having been on
p'ncknell' Mrs. Guinyard and program was offered at the group first maternity leave. They both have Got Something to Sell? 7 ? Try a Time. Classified Ad
Mrs. .....
McCullough.Our PTA meeting of 1962. Delma baby girls. I -

first PTA Ward, president: prayer by The faculty and staff wel. '
meeting for the '
Green the well loved
new year was held on Monday It Georgette tory, "The Three: Bears" was come our new attendance clerk, : A Km an Insurance
Is our hope that our parents will realistically told by Gall! Wlltou. tfrs. Virginia Crawford to our
make big family. Mra. Crawford
"attending PTA" a must A of rhymes was: canto
medley nursery
on their list because we are lu dramatized by Betty Olaspy, to: us just before the Christmas 768 NW 3rd Ave. FR 1-2421

need of their support.Congratulations Yvette Knight, Alphonslne Gates, holidays.

to Mrs. Mil. Dwight Regent, Mary and San. Parents, please be reminded of INSURANCE FOR EVERYONE
dyed Ambrlster who has a baby dra nolle. Parent-Teacher Conference day
girl and Mrs. Florlne Welch who Mr. Kelly, PTA president, InhLa which will be held on January WITHOUT ASSIGNED RISK
has a 29 during regular school hours.
baby boy. message urged parents and
teachers to work harder and work Please make this day a succexs Small down payment with low monthly payment
On Wednesday Mrs. McCul. together. lie suggested that more by visiting your child's teacher Also fire insurance, hospitalization
lough and ten members of the school and the Life Insurance
the
'Holmes Elementary I Girl Scout classrooms parents visit of their children. R. J. Vickers, reporter with small down payment

!Tr6dJ 455 attended Popeye Play Plans were presented for the an. Sylvia Lambert, principal
house. The following girls made nual Valentine Fashion Tea. Mr.
the trip: Linda Lovett, Gwendo Adams appointed various chairmen .
lyn Thomas, Carlether Sheffield for the activity. COMING SOON Service Calls

trlcla Donna Shingles niddlck,,Dorothy Joyce Sapp Jacknon,] Pa, I Dunbar was pleased to have TV PL 1-8381 $1 5 0

SceT. Block Millar., Harriett Lowery I Thursday Dr. Stoddard afternoon.visit Dr.wit Stoddardof h us Teachers' Talent New Brownie flash camera $6.60 a

Our the Ford Foundation was with Night Repair and ,tell TV's radios and hi-fia
ttesource Class (Mm. R. organization of the Pilot School ,
{.. Bryant, teacher) has a display program for ETV In Dade Count Also new electric heaters $6.00
in our library on "Docks around ty several years ERO. MM. Flor. ALL OUR BALKS AND RKIMIIIS OUAIIANTKEDFREH
the World", biographies, autobi once, ETV co ordlnator accompanied I FOR SALE
DKLIVRItY
ographies and "Famous Ameri the guest.

can chance Negroes." Should you get a Rychard Cook, faculty chair NEW HOME Know your TV man and save money
drop in and see this din
man presided over the faculty .
play. -. JOE SCOTT
meeting on last Tuesday The Direct from builder
Our prayers and thoughts go to devotional part of the meeting 923 NW. 62nd Street PL 1.8381

MM. Willie Mae Drown who la was most Inspiring.and Report testing committee from 1073 NW 64th St. Authorized Factory TV Repair and Sales Co.

still on the sick Hit after both guidance
an au
to accident. were given. Our principal Open Sunday 3-8 p.m.

gave his message. ._ ......
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V. R. Williams, reporter Amanda Franklin continues ill: CAPPER CONST. OORP.
T. C. Crowder, principal it home for a second week as ATTENTION
does Mrs. Dorsette.
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MAYS. HIGH. All Tenants Of
.'
The May High Chapter of the Calls WALL
New attended Homemakers their first of America district TV Service BONDED RENTAL AGENCY, Inc.If .

meeting at he Roosevelt High PLt18 PART8LARRY'S you are out of work and want to work, come toBONDED'S
School In West Palm Beach Dec. MAKES-ALL MODELS
1, 1961. FREE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE.
T.V.
MM. Mlckens, a member of the
4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9.8733
'Greater Miami Women Club, was WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS
.'Ipeakt. >r' She poke on the theme
Youth: Measure Your Value." RADIOS, HI-FI AND STEREO REPAIRSWe JOBS ARE AVAILABLE NOW

Sell Used TV on Credit -f lJ-Jt--1;
' Gloria Payne, president of the

historian Mays Chapter for the, was school elected as 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 18024

term. JIIIT rJ grll} 1 r rr D Over 4,000 Customers Can't be Wrong!
Accompanying the girls, were
advisers Mrs. Janet Drown and S. R. 22's Written While You Walt

,Mrs. Cortez Cowart. PEOPLES DRUG STORE BARBECUE

The next meeting will be held AND LUNCHEONETTE I' Service First as low as
at the I
State
" Fair In Tampa, Feb. I $5.40

9. 402 and 406 N.W. 8th Street. FR 4-5874 ; : InsuranceAgency Deposit
Officers are: President: Gloria Static la
Payne: Ties, Josephine King; Drug StoreSpeeIalfzina Bar B'Que your
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secretary Thelma nraace Immedl.atoljr.
Ferguson; assistant
Joann Davis; treasurer, In pre ertpUnn_. Featuring breakfast, tnneb .
Carolyn Johnson? historian, Mae: I patent medicine and sundriesopen a- dinner Old Hickory Barbecn I

Dean D nson; parliamentarian, from 5 p.m. Miami Lock
Cora Morrow; song leader, (Caro dally 0:80 a.m. 13 p.m. ...... 27th
lyn BelL Fri.. Sat. to 1:80 avm. Open PH. A Sat. to .2:80 3497 N.W. 7th Ave. 16300 N.W. Are.

James M. Simmons, princIpal | Satisfaction Guaranteed Free Delivery I NE 6-6388 NA 46612P

Eatella Brocklns,
Chapter reporter jggsgsggaseses? i r : ? r? ?i e e? 22 IIHAPPENINGS



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I PAGE u 16 SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1862

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affair, arse ,shown in the picture r 1'
made'early in 'the evening. They
'are,'" abated, Mrs. Nellie Corbett, FOR SALE NEW
i .d" Mrs; Gertrude Williams, Mrs.
3 & 4 BEDROOM
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s" 8t Mary Johnson, ,Mrs. Shirley But
ler. Standing: Eddie "C", Frank
Strozier, Rector Bailey, Elliott HOMES
Rouse, Amos Jenkins, Mrs.; Web. i.
ster, Mrs. S. P. Adams, Mr. and See them, corner
Mrs Harry Small, Mrs. Delancey
Miss:! Rosita Davis, Harold Kemp,
8th Ave. at 56th St.
Bill Kimbro, Mrs Napoleon
., Reed, Eddie Reed and Napoleon
Reed.-Adamsphoto. For Appointment CallPL

7-6663 or JE 1 5973

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The officials and employees of 'Twas started as a "surprise! A table, groaning under the Save !
Money
Hampton House, the swank mo party" but aomehow the ,news weight of many, many kinds of
tel on 27th ave. threw a nice little leaked because of so many well delightful foods was set up in Owner at 1430 NW.: 59th St.
birthday party for Harold Kemp, wishers wanting to 'get into the the Hampton House dining!
(Inset) the popular resident act/ and the honoree was not c.8< room. An Impromptu bar was Open Sunday 2-5 p.m.
manager last Friday night. surprised as they had hoped. well stocked and well patronizedby 2161 N.W, 59th Street 1318 N.W. 72nd Street
the many guests. Music was Duplex 811 NW 57th Street
pE r If'I<'nr rIr nrInnr r Ir nrIrJrJr.ir;[rIrIr r r rIr rIr f r qrIrrIrIf If Ir'Ir' f 'Ir' furnished! by Rector Bailey's
Lots for ale Will build order
combo and it can be well said to
FOR SALE that a' good time was had by one
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of those attending the
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"Cream of The Crop" STARTING


LOVELY HOMES -, OPEN JAN. 19th Back By Popular .


1 MORTGAGE PAYMENT ONLY '

$500 Total Down PaymentNot Friday Demand

( one penny more)


- PHIL The BARRIS

4020 NW 8th AVENUE UntouchablePresents.

Custom CBS 2-bedroom. Awning windows, insulated
roof, on beautiful 75 x 100 corner. $450 to',handle.

That''fll, '1' ,' ,. :\ ,, : ,' ;t THE ALL MALE
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4321 NW 11th COURT .
Gorgeous CBS bedroom, 2 baths, prestige ,horn in REVIEW OF 1962

lovely area, carporte, 'large lot, fully fenced. .

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1966 NW 48th 'Street %' .
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Large bedroom' ,CBSt fence and garage. No;,red '- ,
Moore And
Sammy
tape, no,, qualifying. Move right in. $ -,: t. ..:..to i '." 4
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5001 NW 12th Avenue :
Gorgeous modern 3-bedroom.' Best location on 2 corner Dave Prater
$1,500 lots.down.Central heat, large utility room. Must see.


AND. MANY, EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTIONSNoko
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,,1501 'NW 45th STREET ., "
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Sickie "Jewboy" Luther Lynch

age.Lovely Porch CBS, dining large,corner room. lot. A-l shape, large gar- "Native Dancer" Staten "Gentleman of

.f & Dance
Comedy Song"

5320 NW 9th AVENUE Jerry Lewis Shake Dancing at

Lovely CBS home. Fa.| room' hardwood floors, tile "Protege of The its best., The Girl
roof. Walk to super market and buses. King of Hearts" From Bimini
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Music by King of Featuring Alkin "Honky
1144 NW 75th STREET The Hammond Tonk" Colson on Sax
Home and income. LIv*'rent free. Move right in
fl Must see .-; $3,000 down Freddie Grant And His Rockets
f I Rudy "Wild Man" Hunter on Drums
.

''f : ''NEWS REALTY Direct FromMe PEPPERMINT LOUNGE '.

NO ADMISSION_ SHOW 11:30 p.m.; & 2:30 a.m.
(The Broker That Works For You) Varnel Edward Wairter

.4600 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 4-0655 Dottie Harry Presley "King of Rock

I (Open Sunday) Harmonica King Calypso Ballads 'N' ''Roll"

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