The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: January 27, 1962
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
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issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00302

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39TH YEAR No. 22 ; MIAMI FLORIDA, SATURDAY JANUARY 27 1962 16 PA4.ES 10 CentsExpressway
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I Route Change Saves Ap s. V : I

Interchange Moved JFK CHALLENGES

From 9th to 15th .St. CONGRESS ON

F The reYfedi Wilbur Smith expressway ,Nq
plan, which was an. WEAVER POSTIf s Y i II

k flounced Tuesday promises to

shift the routes and to reduce tho his proposal to
new urban affaire
number of displaced persons to succeeds he'll name a
be affected by the program by aa his cabinet to bead the

high M 60 per cent. President Kennedy said
press conference in
The hew plan for the North. Wednesday,
South Expressway puts the ma.
Jor interchange six block north The President said + r
tq NW 15th st. between 6th Ct cabinet post would go to
and 4th ave., which): would spare 'TIV V Q, Weaver, a Negro who' }
hundreds of apartment units In the Housing and Home
the downtowp Negro district, but Agency. "'
wouldftaffect ,many more hun. "HI",
He would
dred ,of'Ill1tt family homes continue
the '!
mostly.woodefli itructures in
the area., "'C; affair department Mr. 4 ,
said despite a rebuff
Thett.orm t proposal would House Rules Committee,
hare forced the tearing down, of blocked the proposal by a
I many three-story concrete. apart. OF FAME vote 4
ment houses ', between the FEC
tracks and NW 7th ;"ahd The Republican members
solidly against the plan.The .
6000' Ne.
estimated number of .

.a groes would hare been displaced. .I ._ ._ I
cut If ---
Tuesday's estimates he fig.
ur. in half.
Jackie. Robinson, busy accept. P
The housing authority 'plan. Ing congratulatory calls on his
ned to build rise
high apart.
selection to baseball's Hall of
ments with 1,000 or 1,200 units Beau. Cooke, Citrus Grove Jr High
for elderly Negroes and large Fame, WedneEday found time to essay contest : fourth place; Ann Lomery Miami
families in the area from NW I enter Miami's National BaseballPlayers receive Jackson High third place, and l
14th to 2otiii'.treet.t cast of 7th I Championship Golf ..from I...tay.ot'ml1. :"' "C' : '
Aye. Some Metro) and;Ml rot plan: Tournament February 18.18. ) tt) chairman First' ",place' winner, Carmen C. r''
ners thlntt""thai.'tbt *suggested and Mayor Base of Dorsey Jr. High was not .
in 11 to
coming February
change will hamper the author. the former :{rlght), left pteceat.: WbatU Would Do tto;
practice my game Make MIami More Beautiful"
ity' slum clearance"project. )I.
The Public Housing Authority Dodger star told George Jacobus, Washington, subject of the essay Miami
will provide as much as $10 ed tournament director who phon. ; Victor Metro News Bureau photo. '\

,million Two Atlanta urban have renewal been specialistsfrom retainedby of would Jacobus the congratulations.72-hole enter told him medal in Robinson competitionthe two classes he Namedto City :

Metro to 810 acres between bIt :
survey )
Hall of Fame and the In. I
NW 5th and .29th streeti.. active Major League divisions.
bounded on the west by 7th are., Revision Committee
and the the FEC '
on east by Robinson, a tournament regular
track A grant of $83,788 h a a since hie dynamic days as a time In a
been approved for the study by Dodger Infielder finished last1ear' Miami has
the federal government.The event with a 308 an av. seek.'r Important

Federal Housing Admin. each erage round.of seven strokes above par with$ the af.

titration provides 40-year: mort. + I I

gages with no down payments "He's seen improving hte post .:t Lockhart, I
required on proposed or existing tlon every year In the competl.tlon ,, f*" y1y veteraDI and
houses for those families dis. ," Jacobus said Dy director for
placed by the program. The max. Robinson now is a vice presi. w a 'l
Imum amount of mortgage is14,600) dent of Chock Full of Nuts, a -man City
1962 United Negro }
$ New York restaurant chain. Fund received a generous I Committee recommend

,Ion by check from J.
and Co. of Memphis, Tenn, efficient NY'll

I B.T.W. Drama Prof. in StudioM Dressing ufacturers products.of Royal Making Crown government.op.

presentation Is Professor
lardy .left) member of the I

Probuction of "Caligula"The hUng Co. who staff I 18 of also J. If1 {'

mathematics at Jackson t,
fan-fare of a Hollywoodstar of the Studio, brought in Leroy
In Mississippi' and member
Jay Robinson, a, Studio Washington and other top dra.
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National Association of !!
"M" matlsts. in to ,;
production of "Caligula", this area lappotJay Developers. The happy '!
I J Va an early January stellar at. Robinson ia Albert Camoe' la Dr. HoIIi Price ? IlLIIICIIAIUP '
'tractjo tor local theatergoers. "Caligula.) Washington U draw LeMoyne College of )
"Ruth Foreman, owner director ,ma instructor at BTW High. participant In the United ,
-- I College Fund.
Robinson outstanding
Jay was an
the annual presentation rOWKLI: XAMKD, .
star In 'The Robe" and : A
handled by Jesse Lewis,
Demetrius and the Gladiators. '
He co-starred with Bette Davis of Jesse J. Lewis and NAACP LABOR ..:.
I of
Birmingham Ala.,
In The lrgin Queen; appeared been '
closely associated
with 'nthony'Quinn in
Strickland and Co. for AND INDUSTRIALHEAD
wind! Party, with June Ally member of
years as a the
Ion and David Niven In "My elatlons etaff.
Man Godfrey." The Drama Crlt. Dr. SS. A. NM,
ics have written rave reviews of .", Kenneth .
Jay Robinson and the cast DETROITSCHOOLS C. Reeves The president of the Florida

Slam Clear.. State Conference this 'week nant. I .
f/Lroy Washington is out.
standing as Majordomo. He was ed Richard IL Powell! Miami! con. ;

last eeeo at 8tu410'")(" In "Fit CHARGED tractor and Liberty City Branch ""1
For Treason," and received rave president. A chairman of ,t eState ,.4'.,'
notices for his performance prevent the Labor and Industry Com V "
f BIASA the court to mitt. ,.
r Others 'In the cast are Michael of parenti ''board to .Nfif ft '
Quinn. Stanley Simmons, Paul the; transfer of 146 to the Mr. Powell' ll-'b. responsiblefor
j>Dlane. Syd Blrk ;Beryl Tay. Detroit, charged, this week complete urging each t branch* 'la the
state ."to T.rg8uiU4. their labor .
lor, Doris Bernhardt Burton the Board of Education of I
A. Parker, Eric Dunlop. Fred still maintaining a racially ia De 'groups and to work towards' the '
Pap la, Natalia Keffer and Jackie regated school system elimination of nee bias in employment .
Sceha. The play opened Jan. 14 In local communities
and will no through Feb. 3. Most of the student pupils in I will ko work in close conjune. ,I
are Negro**, The parents similar 'tlon with the National Labor) .
.Robinson end WaahfJtctoa I The public U Invited. salt In U. S. District Court *. Committee of NAACP. I

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Doral Country Club-$13,000,000 world'finest luxury golfing
resort -adjoins our Hampton Acres on,the west in this ?
section we sold 1 acre (tracts for$395-are now being offered ADDITION SAID IN PART THAT "TAMPA-MIAMI TURNPIKE .
From anywhere in
. Broward County phone HAMPTON-COLLIER ACRES Phone
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Assistant Sec'y Of "State NAACP Seeks Southwide "J

HOUSTON Tel. Assistant
Sec etary of Labor George L P. Probe Of Job AgencyNew

Weaver, spent the night in a

private home because he said, a York The National As. and to maintain separate files
Houston hotel refused to rent sociation tot the Advancement of and mak reference to race.
him a room. Colored People has urged Rep.' He cited failure of the Dallas ,
Adam Clayton Powell to extendto office to promote a Negro em.
49, raid be was turn.
ed away at the Shamrock Hilton other southern cities his ployee after 14<< years of service. I \r
probe of discrimination In the "We are certain," Mr. Hill
hotel, one of the city's largest.He .
Dallas office of the United States told the Congressman "that
said he was told the Sham, Employment Service. your investigators will find our
rock had no reservation for him' Il The New York Congressmanwho charges against the USES In
although he showed a reserva. head the House Educationand Texas sustained by the facts and
Uon confirmation slip and saw Labor Committee, ordered we request that similar action betaken Li/
his name in a card file at the investigation of the Dallas office by the House committee .

desk, after Clarence Lucas NAACP elsewhere in the South where the ..-.".--. ...... .. -- .--
southwest regional secretary dtscrlminatroy racial practices of
Edgar Drake, the Shamrock's charged discrimination in testl. state employment services are Nelson L. Adams principal of
executive assistant! manager said mony before a subcommittee even more extensive and rigidly Dunbar Elementary School and
the hotel had several conven. hearing in Washington on Jan. anti-Negro than In Texas" recently elected member of the
tlons in progress and expected 16. ... Doard of Management of the
t& be,full.'He added that he had In the Southwest Mr Laws Carver Branch YMCA, has been
n6 doubt a reservation was e' testified the USES "often stands Fla. NAACP Seeks selected as the 1962 Membership
made, but did not explain theR between the Negro and better Enrollment Chairman Louis II.
*>pfcfent contradiction between job opportunities. It frequently Portlock Jr., chairman of the
till': I'afinflit: ahd what Weaver "Ii ----------..--....- directs Negroes into only tra SI. 15,000 MembersBranches board announced today. Mr.
aId! lie ras told. I dltlonal and menial} Jobs], Many Portlock stated that the YMCAwas
Nathaniel Dean f r.presenta., USES offices continue to eegre. of NAACP In Florida fortunate to obtain the aer
"They didn't tell me any. five of the service department of gate Negro and white employees have Bet as their 1962 goal vices of Mr. Adams in conduct
thing about the hotel help Dumas Milner Chevrolet la It!. 15,000 new and renewed mem. ing this most important phase of
full" Weaver said "They said ami, likes to "get out the voteD ." bens for the year of 1962 State the YMCA's Program. i
there was no reservation for Hveo with his wife Conference headquarters In Tam.
me, :nn, who Support The NAACP Mr. Adam. pointed out that
Mozell and five children at 1129 pa announced this week.
the goal of this year's effort
"I was surprised and embar. NW 68th St., !lies to n active in
barrasrsed," Weaver said "Other election campaigns. He I Rev A. Leon Lowery, state will be 800 new and renewal
Negroes have stayed at the worked many as a manager! for a recent REDUCE E Z president said that each branch members lie stated that families
Shamrock. And the Hilton Hotel Miami winner Commission of' the Association had received I are encouraged to join aa a
chain was one of the first to er David Kennedy;and helped In 1 !Infective also 20 pounds|medication weekly., In. its membership goal for the year group. He pointed out further
break the color barrier." the runoff campaign waged by i Joe'Ionv) riijMicInn with a special letter requesting I that schools, churches and or.
spec to ganlsatlons are asked to provideFriend.of.Youth
winner Alice Wainwrlgbt. l.ill/lnjr. that they begin immediately
Milner I set up' membership committees Memberships
Before joining Dumas FR 3.2748 to that the entire state could for boys and girls who cannot af.
III 196? Demi worked
Chevrolet ,
Say yes to the new with the Dade County Sheriff's 1545 SW 1st St. kick-off no later than March 15. ford memberships.
office. There are many boys and
March of Dimes "The drive will continuo girls who come from broken
A native Mtamian, he played throughout the year," he maid homes or homes with low and

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ed four Inthe U.S., Navy,
years sections. The first half will end
ANDREWS' JEWELERS taking part in the invasion of Your Lot !in June The Fall campaign, or YMCA without provide cost according membership to Mr.
Okinawa and Leyte. enewal drive will begin In Sep. l
Adams. He stated further that
WATCH AND. lIe Is a member of the Amerl.' ?bwSta. Unu tember and ,continue until No. most of the topnotch teenagers of
CLOCK REPAIU9 I can Legion, and Young. Demo. vember," he continued.The the community participate in
40 Years in Business crats. club groupi, craft classes, and
.>,Rdy chairman of the drive
All work guaranteedFR along' with four area chairmenwill camps in which sustaining mem.
3-0152 Miami Times Ads I be announced later the state berships help) te underwrite.Any ..
conference president said.Drive persons desiring to volun.
303 N.W. 2nd Ave. teer their services as a partner In>

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PAGE Y ?(':SCA'tURDAY. JANUARY' 27, i962Main : state.report< )ews,. ,,'.not"only* Views, -1);" J'
: After AttackWillie ,
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As to fiJt: f r-i fqr gro rigbtA1lW.Clo' b.m. _,--1.I ... _'._ '
d and doing 'a j ,1 !
papers have tare : eflee.-.
arethe voice of the'NegrVand. 'thttfrvoith6stive > l been

in bringing about ..changes: both r;$!r qv.and4n i-\ tJ"'I"-*'{.,

rectly. ': .; ., 6j.I
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NAAofa ;
claim it is therefore up to the. ,
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Offile at 0740 'Afenne-Phone OX 1-0421 'fo
Branch at JU2 N.W. Third Av<*< Mtmi .Florida-Pbona JTCI 8830 Freedom Aiders to work forNsgroes.! u..rtf'; "J.. II0.. "'4 '. .,I.Jti'!'.'(J.!: '

II.':tf. SIQlSMtmp IIEEVICS,.Editor and PnWIsher- The NAACP is the Negroes )battfeshlpa'ria'hi) r '" ',:1,: I" GARTH C. REEVES MonAglng Editor! __ complished much. This organization1[ ntinUei, to' Ikht :;"\::!.

Entered, as1 Second Class !Matter, August, 1027, at.the Poet Office the NegrdV battles but' do ypiLpot} ::pnderstartd) .'that,bck '.',': .. I
at Miami, Florida, under the acf: of March 8,1876 Of tie NAACP stands the Negro Prey' a. k I ,i vN;.i:

Memberof the Associated Negro Press Without s1 1'.,, :, 1i
ba vNegro naWpaPQ f. "
Association Where :would| we __ "" ,.:f,;:
Member of the National Publishers
Newspaper Without them we would be like .ship without, a. com .. ,;
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ONE YEAR $b.00 SIX MONTHS $8.00 FOREIGN $8.00 pass. :,,' .} : ;)
.' I suggest you read the following newspapers: The : J
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Pittsburgh Courier, The Norfolk Journal and '.' ';';4'
THE NEGRO PRESS beltevm that America can best lead the world \ :
News The Chicago .,;,:..
from racial and national antagonisms when It awards to every man Atlanta: Daily World, The ,Amsterdam :,.'\. ,,' ,.. .
'regardless race, color or creed, :his human and legal rights.;Hating Defender, :The Afro'American, ,and the Cleveland Call 'i '
'no man, fearing no l1'1aft-the Negro Press 0trlv4s to' help every man and Post. There are many Bothers. Also please secure a .::..:: "., .
In the firm belief that,all men are. hurt as long a* anyone is held -' t
'back. copy of "The Negro Press Re.te.xamined'( by Maxwell R. Bell Raiber, i6'edrold
I Brooks, PhD.' from the. Christopher Publishing .tfouse; Northwestern tiigh school i 6ttU
This book should be most dint dt .135 N.W. 'f8rd St. died
Boston, M'ass.' price $2.76.
THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKAmong suddenly! Ja&uafy 24 after uf.
helpful. feted at* epileptic eeizure. She is
our mail comes' the following interesting survived by her parents, Mr. and
communication. CREDO' OF THE NEGRO,,PRESS Mrs.. Sammie D. Rains, 1 sister,
The Negro Press believes thatIA erica.can; best I lead ,
Jimmie Alonza and
Dear Sir: the world from racial and national antagonisms when it Funeral arrangementsIn a grandmother

I am a college student writing a thesis on the Negro accords to every man regardless of race, color; or creed, charge of the House of Albert'
newspaper's power of dissent. All I've read seem to indicate has human and legal rights, hating no man, fearing 'no .are, incomplete.

that Negro newspapers are ,business organs 'whose man-the Negro Press strives,.:to help every man in the
prime function is to entertain and whose second functionis firm',belief that all men tare hurt as long as' anyone is held t .l .,. '" .. I.

,to report Negro news. As for an effective fightfor Negro back; c'J I 'J' COMING SOOR

rights, they are Said to be powerless to effect any real Yes, I refute the charges you,made against the,Negro ',:: .A"" .'.I,'"
change, and ,therefore it is up to such. organs ,, as NAACP Dress : '
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and freedom riders to work for Negroes. Can you refute Teachers. 'talentNight.
these charges ,with local fact for your own newspaper, ; H.: E, S. ,Reeves '. 'I'I -
from your own community? Can' you 'refute them for ., ':" .
Negro newspapers in general? I would. appreciate' a : Editor of:" 'The' .'JUiami, ...,'Times, .. t, ..n'UflP

reply. Thank you. < .. -j' ": 1"r..L" : .. w..s.0t'.f"n,:;;...vrwtilrvwwti'... ., ":;:., ..,..; .".rw.w9.11Y.7.7.:"""" tw"UW"" ,,":;.:....;.x,91Mrl'.YIY1p... ..:;-.z'=-:" '/!'1'1w" "' "wrA"'W'" '' X11I '':

Yours truly, :, J' _

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Bronx 68, New York ,
Dear Sir: ;* ** 'k4 'V ,I } .' .
I am ,pleased to know that you are writing a thesis on .

the Negro Newspapers' :power of dissent and hope it will .
be profitable to you and will also be interesting to \. NO BALLOON MORTGAGES, ..: J ':' L '
those who may have the privilege ;of reading it. NO CLOSING : I
I '''do not know what Negro periodicals you have read OUR o 'PAYMENTSCHEAPER :VISIT
but :you state all that you have read seems to indicate that MODEL OUR
Negro newspapers' are business organizations whose' AT THAN MODEL

prime function is to entertain and whose second function 14201 \ ,-t. RENT AT.
is to report Negro You state that
news. ,further as S. DIXIE, 9201
for effective fight for Negro rights, they are said to be HWY. YOUR ,DEED STAYS .N.W. 27th AVE.
powerless to effect any real change, and, therefore it is IN YOUR NAME
up to such ;organizations ,as ithe NAACP and Freedom,
Riders". to work+fgr., Negroes. l"t tc4&fjv \ '.*l' j; LOT OWNERS ALWAYS A LOT OWNERS
You ,ask cansfreiuta, :heselchar'gs'ojr' .Ne 1vs.- WITH LOTS IN
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read but I do.- refute. such\..'dh'argesV.' '. ,

The prime fubctib :p'the Negro:'|re3s' is'not to en- : Lot owners in Broward Call JA 3.0597

tain, although entertainment has its function in not only Model at 1800 W. Sundae Blvd.
the Negro but in all ...
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA she is Just too much my gal

SATURDAY JANUARY 27, 1962 PAGE 5 I Phyllis Breach, Is still wowtag

.." 'I I ,', L. ,at tae Thunderblrd. 0be fisahrt
io of all vocmllita, I

Around Miami .... ,! upeettar '. William Harris

I 'IN AMD AROUND '.,. used' to bow Bill Rivers'
TW ;MtfAJMSrrr .L', ,, .. lead '.Sftlace. !'tl now In
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; tr-" ffl ": r ,I ,-., By' DAV1 1t NDU'"t' Lounge, retiattng WHuf Brwft -
: [ aeih rl '"\l ', :.:. .. .ld Charlie HyMt the Ml
Bowling, Is giving free lesson to
10 ; ', -.-:. .;.. .. L the Dade County Junior College
A.i":: .... -- : /tudenta. And the kids really're
: IB that' CONNIE and Crol yq( Farmer, '
!THR CALYPSO -- I bowling those pin down.
: Alumnae 'Chapter where this column comes from saloon keepers oftDalter'fc I Fa., The Earl Well Tiny) have
!f ) aQ1: eta, pyrorJt) this week here on the bland moue Corner, are ,making plansto : oven Into their new home on
l last Saturday, t have a barbecue eating contest
M of
? cot&qunlty educa. of Bimlnl. lilt ,t. and 9th ate And
,, II the Day for their customers and a twist
have been working on Ollbert Styles Is building the
; t \ and! social eq. Cruise of the Calypso Liner, a content Just iBJ&Qn OB they biggest house ever bu.llt by a
) year! \thr'h.4" our 6OQ6,Ton ,vessel that came across find out what sort'tHrfcrlxen to bachelor on 75th St. and 16th
program. "' the ocean to Miami.The ship Is abeautiful give away. Give them ome suggestions. ave Charlie Hadley had a
\ luxury liner that leftGer'maD r little get together at his house
e" "Jabb!rw ck: Or miake this dally .' -
) : last Sunday; Guest of honor was
( : With Music1*' I* in round trip tt) tntf ,Inland from ..*, ... ex.U.S. Senator Claude Pepper.
the conflict of the Pier '3, every day except Sundayat JOHNNY LO.MKLO, owner, of
9 a.m. and return to Miami at the King 0' Hearts, Is smiling
music as an area ? p.ui.Thle trip is only 11360. again His all male show was a
DaloD"eaai' peace. There is a freeport shop on smash hit and all of his old cus. MIAMI TIMES ADS
as, brothers. The board, cocktail lounge, enter. tamers are crowding the place
pole will lead thru talnment and a calypso band again. I went in last Saturday DON'T COST THEY PAY
of music, First thing in the morning is night and couldn't find a table.
to drama, ,from Africa, Continental Breakfast,' then at J '==*
Russia England, lunch time, a Smorgasbard but.
,France and, many fet Is' served for a small fee and QUICK NOTE DEITt Shirley $5,000 TOTAL
you eat all you want. Dingo Is Hall, one of the Original Dyretes $190 CASH $55 MONTH
and all kinds of card from Chicago and her husband
2 bedrooms
eo qualifying.
makes no
Dua'who Is Chess Record
presentation Ralph a
games. You spend a few hours on
for Delta Sigma BImini and enjoy a floor show on executive,, are our house Move in today.
-to award schol. your return trip to Bimlnl. En. guests this weekend. Ralph .
?summer camp fees tertainment Is my departm t. wrote the "Twist" which was
'i,buy bearing aids C. show eung by Hank Ballard, and he
I am the M. producerand $390 DOWN $75 MONTH
t worthwhile com. got ideas about recording Frank
in other
.. ship's announcer, Dubois and 2 bedroom, nicely furnish
"Cruise Introducing a new
words the ,
fancy name
dance to the nation At the ed, no qualifying. To see is
: .and from senior several high, of Director.My boa a 1* the HonorableDan Harlem Square digging Count to buy*
Basle lir. and Mrs KdwlnShtriey
be vying for the Dubbin, president! of the were .
Cape Canaveral Industries. Mr. ( \ Canoe Clark Clyde X11.
111 :: Dubbin and his associates planto lens and B. J. Guilford Have I
,Miss Sharon Dean of make the Island of Blmlnl an. you teen 'tbenew show that I 6 UNITS CBS
''Dlton.. won., She other Nassau, YQU can get Mir. ,1lar.olcJ.Kemp baas at the $200 down. Live rent free
-'eoll g'e'at St. away from the' ,everyday scene beautiful I, Hanu' >ton House Well, Needs some work, but a buyat
Raleigh, N C. for a day aboard thla ship.: 'You Just, let me tell you that this Is $12,500.
the face: Rosetta Davis, a sexy
,will find the Captain a fine ,
scholarships' --were torch singer; Rector Bailey 'and
gentleman, Sid Rudeau who Is r eWe -
i the following young handles all I bit Trio. .(he Is an Hammond or. !
Jthe who
overseer '
ed in their educational' personnel and a wonderful guy. van king), Qo by and see this arrange. financing also
; ts: Aim( Herlong, From ,the first trip up to now good show this weekend?, 'Hey
'Ca Dade County everything ban been ,'. pleasant.We how about King Coleman Is the TRIO REALTY
; Bloneva Moreland, I star attraction at the
were ,unable to land ,doc*&*, ( Roney.
ITjilverstty? Mar. I Plata Hotel on the Beach? I 801 NW'54th
side but launches came along,
Northwestern, Flak knew could .
he do It and told hima
{ ; Margaret Singleton, side and took the passengers In. long time 'ago' that he was a PL 9-8372. ..." PL 5453 I i
because there
This happens, was
University and entertainer .
obstruction In the 'harbor. NE 6.8'11.8.
North Dade, : an However that I. been. "nAA.ed : and the fabulous Belle ,'i ..... .
College. I Summing this all up, the Calyp':' Barth are still at Copa City, ,and | *wv9*%* A3fes *Ass 3i::

County will ,be Auditorium presented, :I so to enjoy Liner a U lovuly the Day trip Ship Cruise' $ $ .$ $ ,$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ (" I'I

We are cognizant ,of'' on the island and Is truly the: '
at no one group can ef. place to enjoy life, every golden CASH ? ,I
service tto a minute of it. I I

without assistance 4ft.
f"o ( Itself.. We I I 1'KlCTTY (.)nI4 of The Week! 1st and 2nd Mortgage Loans

I .remember. the sup. Betty Mow .,'. Pretty Boy of; V> 'Get $1,000, $1,500, $2,000 or more today
and enthuilaora, the Wtek: Bonny Til of the Ori.oles ., '
the citizens 6f our Man About Town: EI.1llott WE BUY LOTS AND HOMES
( shall endeavor to Rouser .* Ronald I. Baron :
n whenever It Is JE 2-4343
:'': ,, Mortgage Broker
u. tII-
I., Ii- THIN.KKK: the Glass, will
18 have ,another big show and it is' 220 SUNNY ISLE HMD WI *f QFILv
eke possible: that he may have ) MIAMI nuAcir /-OjOO yli >
Perlman one of the ,world's greatest dan

the A In ms on now the appearing show, for Ray with Sneed the $ $ $. $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
Count Basle band and is In town "
and. 27th Are. On Feb" 1,0 11 the Glass li ,.,
CENTER bringing the one and only Dako.
EXAMINED ta Staton and her Trio to the
Knight Beat .and that's on* MI CLUB BOWLING

one OX 1. 813 How chow about I am you not T going to miss' .

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2 bedroom, 2 jalousied porches, air! THE GREATEST TWIST BAND IN THE LANDPOP'S

d. Perfect condition I South of 54th St.
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And His Twisters r
& Fla. room on 43rd St Stove and ref riger

many' other extras.. FHA financing. DIRECT FROM PEPPERMINT TWIST

a Come out and have a twisting ball
for 1" $63.00'ER MONTH

down. 1 Mortgage, 2 bedroom

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Good thru January 27ffe, Weller's AG Store Only 2G:a J
Pork Chops 39


CORN KING CANNED -4..,. ,.. bY
B A M S 3 Ibs. $2.09 Something New has ,.I POUNDGround
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Beef 29
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Pork Chops 590 _ Pig Feet lb lOCI.

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LIVER 29* Shortening 3 lbs 69 Corn 2 for 29* 10..C..


Neck Bones 15* Margarine- 2 lbs. 59C'MIRACLE Tuna 3 for 8gc

WHIP (with$5.00 order) QUART

Broccoli' ,39or Salad Dressing 290 .. Peas ROSEDALE 2 for 303 29o can

Punch 3 for $1.00 Strawberry 2 for 491 COFFEE 59*

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'69c Apple,Sauce ,0; 394
BIRDSEYE 10 ozs.
I Butter Beans 2 39
Toilet Tissue 29c for

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By_ Paul. II.......HenryWith .. well known author now heads an paid tor by fua4 from the ford
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organisation whOle purpose is to Foundalion.
Stricken From RollsMetro i the approval by the House fight fer defeat ot this construe --
on Tuesday we expect to have an tlon in the bay.
increase in Postal rate, the Claude Barnett: director of the
notified on Monday chances are that the Senate will Aaseciated Negro Press and Mrs.
The 264 Trtstantans who
46,000 Dade Countlana who have sur.
also approve the Increase. New Etta Moton are attending
not voted since 1958 to re.regls. Miami Jubilant vlved when an volcano .destroyeded Barnttt (
rates will be five cents for a their island in Calaber 1961 of
ter or be stricken from the vot a ciiwmlt meeting
letter and four for a post now have the of be. Lagos .
ers' lists. opportunity Ofrloan leaders opening Ja
Claude R. Brown registration Over King of card. Airmail letters will cost ginning lIfe over in the Baha. Nigeria on Jan. 24, The
supervisor, said this is the drat tight cents mass, if they ao desire. Darnetta will visit' Ghana before
major purge in four years. The Clubs Forum Rate for mailing newspapersaid ) returning homo.
action will cut the registration magazines will also be increased The 84.year.okl retired
roll from 414,000 to 380,000 ho All of Miami has expressed official, L. E. Forsythe of Andres
predicted.. Jubilation over the announcementby Island has offered them 700 The Cerebral Palsy TeletHon
1n acres
the King Of Clubs last week Communists the United last Sunday was entertaining.
Some who are registered Top of land. He claims as his on
that the forum series will be being notified that The sum of $282,769 was givento
haven't cast a ballot for 10 years, States are Rum Cal.Attorney.
Brown said. "But they have re. continued. It also pleased the their passports: have been revoked aid the unfortunates.
of the Of Clubsto to be turn. ...
membership King
quested reinstatement each time." Such passports are -- -- -- -- -- --
grant the wishes of their ed in 10 days unless the recipient General Robert Ken.
Voter registration serve as followers. The entire membership Intends to appeal the action nedy has received an invation to Under New Management
proof of residency for homestead Is busy as bees trying to whip against him. visit Russia during his oversea
exemption claims. things into shape in order to trip that begins Feb. 2.. Kennedy Paradise Club
Metro gets a list of the de. make the announcement as to County- Classroom Teach. said his travel plans have
ceased from the Bureau of Vital the beginning date. I Dade Association Is against thestate' been completed, but he looks forward 1515 S.W. 12th Ave 1
Statistics and the Criminal Court Many of the clubs and organ!. ers for raising bachelors to visiting the Soviet ,
and Circuit Court furnish the nations as well aa the Greeks of plan This plan requires thata Union in the future. ,
registrar with a list of persons the city have expressed them. salary.teacher receive a score of 600 Dania
convicted of felonies. These are selves as happy to cooperatewith national teacher's examlna.tlon .
the movement back to the on a Fifty young federal employees ,
dropped from the rolls monthly. among the
be rated as NA 3.9255AAron
and I
a will h back 'b
forums. It is expected that teach. year going to
Brown said, "If didn't havea cent most effective
we 30 per college for a full
ohers will follow in the next few qualify fora year on salary
constant all the time.we'd the county to
purge ers In under a administrated
days so that they may be includ. Of Dade program I'rldgenHartonder
have a tremendous amountof competency raise. by the National Institute of
ed in this great public effort. B.841 are
deadwood. 6,800 teachers Public Affairs and the United
Letters are mailed to all before r--------------------- against this plau. They are urge States Civil (Service Comrals l
their names are taken from the ,ing a boycott. lion Bonnie Wntoon
lolls, but anyone may reinstate COMING SOON called the Barmaid
The scholfthlp
system ,
as the records ar neot destroyed.The William A. Geary (white), a education awards ,

county may purge Its Teachers' Talent Circuit court Juror,for la serving contempt.a ,career gram for federal. employees pro., Is .Gregg. .Hamni_ Manager. ,
months term -
voter list every two yean be. six --- .-.. -
tween Oct. ,1 of an odd year and NightTV Judge Lucien Proby sentenced
Jan. 1 of an even year, understate him to Jail after he contacted
Jaw.COLLEGE. the defense and offered to "be of VTO I

FUND NOT WORKING Free eatlaitau help Geary for a said fee."he had only" done ) ///'Learn/ the art of

if you live In Uberty City U as a "Jest.
or Brownsville, we will repair I The conduction of an oil re.
HITS $2,195,821 on credit. Pay weekly. RowincTV. finery on the shore of South 1 BARBERING AND
6952 NW 18th Ave OX Biscayne Bay continues to meet
TLQ United Negro College t-9428. hull stiff opposition. Phillip Wylie,
Funl' annual nation-wide campaign .
reached a new high of .: :" .::1 -:;. :.. ...: PROCESSINGMIAMI
$2,195,821 in 1961, Bruce Bar.
ton announced this week. Mr. NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
W. J, Trent, Jr., Executive Director 'i
of the United Negro Col. .

lege Fund, stated the amount ...
raised during 1961 represents an
8% Increase over 1960 contributions !- Lentz Seafood Restaurant
the largest increase in

five wider years.national"New interest contributors, and, i SPECIALIZING IN SEA FOOD BARBER COLLEGE

greater effort by devoted volun. f
teer workers, especially UNCF 434 N.W. 14th Street
alumni, sparked the success of t g e ,f'
the 1961 appeal" Mr. Trent said. Hugh L. Cash Prop.
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HOUSE There art many good-paying pott I JO N

.,.SAYYE8 TO THE tfoni open throughout the State of .
MARCH OF DIMS 4200 NW 27th Avenue Florida. There li a tremendous short I

age of barbers throughout America
and a real opportunity for you. Bar*
Proudly presents for your pleasure ban $76 to $150 ,
FOR SALE NEW art taming par "

waak. Work U light, clean, friendly

3 & 4 BEDROOM Sunday Cocktail Hour and assures you a ytar/round Income

and lifatlmt security,

them, corner Featuring ROSITA DAVIS NO' UNEMPLOYMENT

fklntllatlng Singer of Songs tool the
8th Ave. at 56th St. NOuAYOFFATAGE4O I'

For Appointment Call Good Hours-Good,EarnIngs

PL 7-6663 or JE 15973 Hector?UaJIry and Frank S on the Wailing, SAX Good Working Condition i ir
'. -ladf 1 P.M. t
Lounge Opens Daily .

4' .. ,. Ir1r- .FREEIJ 2 WEEKS TRIAL!! I ,


6910 NW 28th Are. i.

3-bedroom, 2 bath tr will bo given to those students who

$84 a Month R' Hemonstrata the greatest ability during .

This CBS home can be f. the first twoweek.trial. period .

yours with no closing cost

or hat qualifying.private entrance One bedroom and 7 DAY and NIGHT CLASSES '(if'. I

bath. 'A few, optnlngi still rtmlan In our classes starting In j I

Carporte and dining room JANUARY. and, FEBRUARY I

are extra feature i City ., sROSITA NEXT CLASSES START FEBRUARY Btfc I

water and bus at the corner. Easy Payment Plan :

Walk to schools and shop 'An ftb Sfi'rff education U our only nrellmenf requirement
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""Science in Action" was.. the tlon on "Simple Machine." Mrs. Mrs. Mazie Elge, Mrs. Bernice
topic chosen in terminating: a I Nellie B. Wilder of the fourth Johnson and Mrs. Gloria Nelson.
in grade made presentation of
semester long
"Teaching Science to the Elementary "Neighbors in Space" which was .'
Scho.olt" Instructor for accompanied by a film of the I'I Cogdell, principal Mrs. Susan i xu
this course, in which the entire same title with Mrs Eugene I I Williams, librarian, Mrs. Fran. 1
faculty participated was Dr. Williams, projectionist. William I cine King, Mrs Ann Rivers, Mrs. Z
Ro.rtIlendricka !}J. 'the Untver.stty ., McGee, third grade made the ,Gwendolyn Welters> Mrs. Martha I I jtIrl
;;,of, Mis41r ;: presentation for his group *on fb'a McKenzie, Mrs. :Wilhelmeola : 'DIY_ -
topic, 'Why The Teacher M<5it :
Jennings, Mrs. Edge Mr. Derrien
; :<:Pre"ent'ere Irs. Callie Sie. Interesting was the presentation
Miss Jennie Roberts ,and '
j J..e" + ', assistant director of Elem.E4''flslr'Marigrle' of the second grade., "Under Mrs.,, Gloria Green. FOulEST. GII1FFIIII ,
Plummer standing Plant Llfe'l Mrs Wit '
zone-;-SDpetytaor. rfcqth of .these helmenla :Jennings, moderator, THIRD .GRADED Mrs.. Hazel ann i DEW E lEI
persona remarked favorably con. and Mrs. Martha McKenzie, pro. Cunningham, Mr. Cogdell, Mrs. BACK cuMlliNcl
cerning our course of study. Jectlonlst. Viola Higgs, Mrs. Flossie Haw. PROWSE BITTER SCOTT
Miss Plummer ;visited :with \V3
kins, William McGee, Mrs. Lucia
during many of our"'class meet- Climaxing the count down was DUdCtlO If KRHNPUf tl
lugs Aleo present were teachers Mrs. Myrtlce: Thomas of the Harris and Mrs., Mrs.Christine Authurine Hammond.Strap VINCENT SHERMAN OSCAR SAUlt CECIL DAN HANSEN'COLOR by DE LUXE'o.-.soPtl
of I other schools to share in our I first grade who told us'of their
terminating. experiences study of "Making. Friends With FOURTH GRADE Mrs. .
Animals." Naomi Symonette, Mrs. Evelyn & /
Llnton Berritn,' music consul. Dr. Hendricks offered re. Best, Mrs. Susan Williams, Mrs.
tant, played 'a music prelude marks which were followed by Nellie Wilder, Clifford Dyes and SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY
which was followed with an ex.planatlon comments, from our ,principalwho Eugenia Williams. ,
"by the Practlcum'* later invited our visitors to "
was g Curriculum Assistant.! Willie ing our Coke Break, vella, Mrs. Evelyn Williams,
Wright, sixth grade, began the I FIRST GRADE Mrs. Bar Mm. Mary T. Hopkins and Mrs..
count .down with the topic, bara Howell physical education Zelma D. Black.'
"Batteries work for us," which Mrs. JoAnn Walker. Mrs. Lois SIXTH GRADE -, Willie
wo.s'',followed by Elliott J. Sea. fiche, Mrs. Myrtice Thomas, Mrs Wright, Miss Doris Farmer. and
vella, who moderated a presen. Bernice Kemp, Dr. Hendricks, Mrs. Elise Reed.'
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Northwestern Local Salesmen affiliated with the National Or-
ganlzation of Negro Salesmen of "STUDS LONIGAN"

Prepares For Organize. ; Club America. .
'\ The following officers were '
PTA( ConferenceIt Mlami'u. newest organization, elected: Elwyn Barnes, president -
tKe Miami Sales 'S Ub'; came into ; Robert Randolph, vice;
i la. that ,time again!! T h'e being on Wednesday night' at a Enoch Whltehead, secretary, STARTS WEDNESDAY
difference Is, this time our parents .. Hotel."vting held at.theSir'J. '.o h n Luther Kelly, treasurer.
will. be pleated upon cam. .
those The purpose of the Julian C. Nicholas a Pepsi-Cola
pua arrival.' All parents grOup is to I
working nights and those work. develop 'better salesman in Co. public relation man, Is the
ing days are invited to come and Greater Miami The club Is to be advisor
hold L conferences with the -'
teachers. The 'hours are from. 1
'" p.m. to 7 p.m, ,la the evening. M NOW SHOWING THE rWJ" .stmE(puwPY."

this schedule.or i RITZ 1HE Q\NCE-CRAzE1AATS TIME!
.M:., locations.. ; ,1', ... ON FILMFOR.1fle., VEaY FIRST
,. ..'.* '; 1- :::"CSsr't\ fUl.L='WNGTH AND fNJ1JtDUSI
Senior Homeroom Sponsor) THEATRE,

( air 1toriu r'J.o.bY.. ..,, ..,: :.,"'4: ( ::sart;THURSDAY

Junior1.. Hpnjefoom.:Sponsor ,
A MAN,..
Library. I I : ,i 'L

Sophomore. Sponsor Library. w TWENTY STORIES TALL!
Shop .Sppniors, Auditoriumlobby. 'y Metro Goldwyn'Mayer pment u


ETV instructors, ETV workchop. .

i library Non. Homeroom' Instructors n flss1sO R D

Observing 'this schedule, you

can see that you won't neceaearily ...I, .in MI HTir" In BLAZING i COLOR\\ R
need your walking shoes. All
teachers and the proper equip. -z with LEA MASS ARt wz/ i
ment to give you an account of tIL
your child's progress, hare been GEORGESMARCHAL
placed In compact location for /S7W6EsT 4cRN Auv

your comfort:and convenience CONRADO SAN MARTIN

The efficient Hospitality)' Club ANGEL ARANDA
members will be on duty to as. ,-
cist you In finding either of SuptrtofolScop PLUS
these locations. -

Support The NAACP I

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North Dade High School had
.f reason to celebrate recently ;Fairy Land Nursery NOTICE i
during an assembly program In :
the .school auditorium. The occa.eion and KindergartenNow : DiXl !Drug"Storef
was the presentation of i
prizes for the Winning floats in open at its ned loca NW 20th St. and 6th Are.IS .

the big Homecoming parade. I:ion. Children ages 3 weeks .( ,NOW CLOSED) i.

Modern ,Biblical Don't make any dates for Mon. the First DCT prize Club of $15 for the'was car-float awarded !*P>" 'Aniper.on; who left .* ,

day or Tuesday evenings, Jan. shown above. The parade theme :i For information call y prescription may now pick
Parable at NHS 29 and 30.Tickets was, "Thunder is Devastating"
meaning, of course the North NE 4-5289 to 6 p.m. t [W at 1i
now .on sale. Adults $1 Dade Thunderbirds The PTA Mrs. Scott i Harlem Drug Store"
Jan. 29, 30 children 60 cents. Call PL 4.5491 and Children's Theatre group Mrs. Burton
between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. Mon. Were 2nd and 3rd prize winners i 1400 NW 3rd Ave. 1
"J. B." by Archibald McLeish, day through Friday for reserva. respectively. Presentations were 3200 NW 47th St. FR 3.7631 .
will be presented by the North. tions. made by Richard Strachan, the : I
athletic director. L 111'
Thespians in two '
western High Not shown in picture: Milton
performances in the school audl. I Wright (Devil) ; William Hut. Shown on the float aro, left to .
torlum Monday and Tuesday, chlnson (God); Ophelia WIl. right, Linda Ollchrist, treasurer; 'Core-Croff' School for Nurse's
Jan. 29 and 30. liams, Lucia Davis, Vorry Moon, Nora Walker, president'' and Bee Aids
Charles Taylor, Jeffrey Young. tie Johnson, secretary Other
'This modern play is construct. members of the club are Almetha Have a Lifetime Profession ,"..
ed inside the ancient majesty of Blades, Claude Blatch, Archie
the book of Job.This Urlggs, Jacob Eason, Alene lIar.
is the play that was ball vard, Doris Helm, Dert Johnson, Ten Weeks Course Day and Evening Classes
Hubert Jones. Lester fey, Ger '
edvby me New York criticsone as
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I .of the truly great dramatic Earnest More.
land, James Neal, George, Now
experiences of our time a
I i 1 soaring poetic drama that you ella Lewis, James Roberta Payne,and Harry Mae Phillips Rene., 1711 West Flagler Street

: will, never forget. Taylor, Daniel R. Francis is co. FR 9.7357 .
ordinator.teacher, and Charles /
This distinguished play D. Wyche is principal.
winner of the coveted Pulitzer J
Pike will provide you with a r: =,; 11
'x': unlqutf and -memorable:.'exper.,r. I .
:' :CLYDE J fclLLENS'! i : : :
ience:"" there has never been .f. ... .: ..
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757 NW 40th St. Beautiful 2 I I ; .
bedroom CBS, Florida room, StatonWho ; ,
I Dakota 4 4' rra +
dining room, fenced back yard a
barbecue pit. 400 down.
Will be Featured

1101 NW 45th St. Beautiful 8 With Her Band eM I
bedroom, 2 bath CBS. Extra
large master bedroom, Ideal for
professional. AT KNIGHT BEAT r bF

775 and 777 :NW 47th St. Two February 8-10-11 '
.loiuily honN rnt-n', live In
one almost rent Ireei Very large Recently''returned from'.ucce.al a EULOISFORENAN

...-,and lovely. Low: down. W.o goal *. tour of Alaska, ,

11'ng; $50-.\ *..month"bseb.$3b0 .l .. where sh.< appeared ,in Sensational Sweet VocalistPLUS

,down :l 1 bedroom CBS, al. leading night clubs, Miss
most new. No qualifying. Close In Staton will be making her

first appearance in Miami. Hot Papa Turner And His Family in

area.A.. BEN: KORI, Realtor Hear her sing as only she "Rastus Birthday" '. ;

2644 OX N.W.1.9372 62nd St. can sing.Three ed by Popular Demand Bay, S nee d'Retu :

shows February 9 FRL SAT. SUN. JAN. 26 27 28 ..:
and 10 two show February Mr. Twister Himself
LOOK 11 and 12. Adm. Fri., Sun. $1.25 Sat. $1.50 t

("y reservation MUST be made Tables Free Fri and Sun.-Ringside Tables Recently from the Bor.cht...

:: Have you forgotten for a specific show, and Reserved on Saturday Circle, now with CountBatie's 'J.
Truesdell's Beauty Shop? will be good for that show band, Sneed i I. one .

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private Doors open 8130 p.m. RAY SNEEDDancer the business. He twists f,o.r ;1,
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Falcons MakeImpressive Moon Weds

PAGE 10 SATURDAY JANUARY 27, 1962 Gwendolyn
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I' North Miami District Holds: County Raymond Junior College Thornton'sDade Fal. James- Jenkins

cons of Northwestern Center Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Moon, 1521 Mother of the groom Mrs.
QuarterlyiConterenceThe stacked up an Impressive won and
First loss record and team and player NW 74th st., announce the mar. Johnnie Jenkins, flew in from
-- point average for the ten games rlage of their daughter Gwendo Atlanta. Sister of the bride,
first quarterly conferenceof Jenkins of Atlanta,
lyn to James
1962 of the North Miami District which mark the midway point in Qa. Yvonne, who was bride's maid,
\ was held at the Mt. Her. the 1961.62 basketball season. motored from Baltimore and
Jan. The Falcons have won. seven and The wedding took place at the
mon AME Church, Friday, Broward brought a friend, Gerald Hood,
presiding elder Rev.F. lost three games with a team home of the bride's parents on
12 by our average of 86.4 points per game. Dec. 29, at 10:30: a.m. The Rev. who is attending medical schoolin

A. Allen. lIe conducted the County The Falcon's opponents have P. S. Drown of the Mt. Tabor Chicago.
The only been able to average 65.7
business of the Baptist Church officiated. Other out of town guests in.
meeting started at 8 p.m. open. NewsBy this points per game against them The bride is a graduate ot.. eluded Lt. Edward E. Moon.
P. E. season The team shooting
td by our pastor, Rev. i Northwestern Senior High and a I brother of the bride f om Webb
Allen at that average of the Falcons has beena
Sneed. Then Rev. 1961 graduate of Hampton In. Air Force Base, Texas; Mrs.
1st respectful 47.2
the points.
time took over and read stltute. The groom is also a grad. Kathleen Thomas of Atlanta,
Psalm and gave some very inter.he Walter Do wo Everette Moncur leads the team uate of the same Institute, 1960. aunt of the bride and Mra. EthelI.
estlng remarks. After which of the with a total 162 points, overag. Guests included Mr. and Mr. McCoy and son, Michael, also
went into the business reported, ing 16.2 points per game. He al. Hubert Gill of Miami, uncle and of Atlanta.
conference. All boards Under the sponsorship of the so leads In rebounds with 131. aunt .of the groom, and a friend Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins are mak.
then the pastor organized quitea new Health Committee of C. A. David Williams leads individualfield Miss Juanita Eberhart of Washl ing their home in Atlanta where
boards saying there were church goal attempts with an av. ington, D. C. Mr. Gill was best both are employed by the Atlan.
the Moore Elementary School in
few members in man. ta Board of
and erage completion of 72.1 to tho Education.
who were not doing anything Hallandale, members of the ten games played. William Clark
would like them to work In Me.the Medical Association ,of Droward has averaged 84,4 completions of

church.. Services Then we for had our our deceae. County (Conducted two-night free throw attempts midway the 1tC"lrctCllllllICICIrctC [ [KK 1CQ1(
mortal season
and Herman Williams
td: Mrs. 'A- Holmes,Miss Aretha health t.orum'tor parents and has assisted his team mates in WE NEED YOUDO
Jack. examinations child
Mamie physical
and Mrs.
making 97 field goals to win the
soul I ren on Jan. 18 and 19. lead in this department.The .
Remarks were given and the YOU WANT AN APARTMENT?
According to Dr. E. E. Chris.
meeting was closed. tlan, who served as chairman of on Feb.Falcons 2 against resume Lincoln home Jun.play Newly painted Free water Free Stove
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock the forum, this was the first of Free
lor College of Fort Pierce RefrigeratorBest
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service was opened by the No. 2 its kind in the county for Negro Northwestern
: High
choir and the pastor. The presld.Ing parents. He expressed hope that Florida Normal and School Industrial gym. Location Live with fresh air
elder took his text from 21st other schools would be able to
College of St.
Augustine will be
chapter of St. John 15th thru plan similar programs. I guests of the Falcons on Feb. C. Near new highway
17th verses, subject Jesus Bald Get to work fast
unto Peter, feed my sheep." He Low Low Low Low Low Rent
preached a stirring sermon and DORSEY JR. HIGH 1 Bedroom
It. or efficiency
all enjoyed
Baptized were my little grand. Calling all parents! Calling all Atlantic Manor
Anltara Louise Dixon, parents! Attention 1 All parents annual tea will be held
daughter Louise Dixon, grandmother, and of Dorsey Junior High School Sunday, Jan. 28 at 4 p.m. Mrs. 4190 'NW 32nd Avenue
students! Wa Genesta Sweeting: will be the *
Juanita Dixon, mother. After have reached the I
which the public offering was,nalfway mark in this year's work. speaker. All parents and friendsof fcMtMlMAMlMifcMlMlMiMAMft*) JiJtJtJl ,..__
j Were you satisfied with! yourchUd's Floral Heights are invited to "!1B ee ,
taken. 4 ;r: come, out and tea. e :: .!= ==;= 3; = ;= a-
presented. efforts and progress? We sip
Visitors were
are inviting you to Parent. n..o.s.-' PEOPLES DRUG STORE BARBECUEAND
Evening services opened at Teacher Conference Day on Jan.
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Pallbearers'Anniversary'; Sun. I I

President Henry Jefferson and

members of Sun Light Pall Bear BETHEL BAPTIST
to era Charitable Society are making NEW I
plans for a high day Sunday, Sunday morning and night the :
as they will celebrate their sixth pastor delivered most inspiring, '
anniversary' with a special pro. and powerful messages which

gram 2:30 p.m. at New Hope were enjoyed by all. This Sunday
Baptist Church 6600 N.W. 15th choirs 1 and 2 will render music. .
Ave. The builder and founder, The public Is Invited to attend ,

NEW MT. CALVARY GRACE PRESBYTERIAN Mrs. Mattie Shaw-Cohen of all our services.Let '
i Church of The Open Door Ocala, the publisher of The

7103 N.W. 22nd Ave. 6895 N.W. 14th Ave. (Congregational) Florida Watchman will deliverthe us not forget the sick and "
W. P. Tarpley, pastor Rev. shut Ins: Slater Green and Sister
Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor Rev. H. C. McDowell pastorA. address.
at bom.
Woodside. They are y
Hart reporter
Sls. Ernestine Sunday School . . 9:30 E. McNtr.1, reporter
Sunday School . . .:80 Morning worship . 11:00 Morning worship . 11:00: The members are thankful to
Service . . 11:01: Youth gether for six years through
Morning Fellowship . . 6:00 THE INCARNATION
Evening worship . 7:0: ( Evening worship . . 7:30 Sunday was a gala day at the gether for six years through
Open Door "Faulkner Day." many hardships. They express 1835 NW 54th Bt
Sunday all day we had a won. and This Sunday is Youth Sunday Two very inspiring messages love for their president, pray for Father ElUha Clarke, Jr., vicar '
derful sermon coming' from our youth will take chargeof from Dr. Faulkner. Music In the him to grow stronger and Rev. H. E. S. Reeves all lltDt

pastor. The No. 1 choir rendered the!. The morning and evening servlcea. I morning by the church choir andthe' promised to walk by his side. Winter Schedule Sunday
morning speaker will
music. In evening the Dorsey Junior
be Jackie Fanlel and the even. High chorus delivered the music. Low mass . . . 7:30
Let us visit our sick: Sis. S. W., ing speaker will be Urstlne I Both groups, under the direction Church School, Bible Clue 9:30:
Williams is still on the sick list Brown of W. S. Johnson. Solemn Sung Mass . 10:4B

Let us pray for the tick and We are looking forward to a Jr. EYC . . . S pm.
ehutlna. The prayer of the great Men's Day on the fourth Next Sunday Jan. 28, recognl. 1 Sr. EYC ..... . . I p.m.
righteous avalleth much. Sunday of February. Harold I tion will be given new board t Solemn Evensong . . 7:00:
Higga is chairman of the drive members, committee chairman & p.m.
and program. elected at the recent business Y WEDNESDAYLOW -

Fifth Ave. Church of God Sympathy is extended meeting of the church. The new. Mass . . . 1:30:
to the
ly deacons and deacon.
1809 N.W. 6th Ave. family of Mrs. Nettie Smith, at esses will be consecrated. It will EVENTSThe:
Elder J. C. Johnson, pastor the low of her father-in-law< ,, be a service of Rededication for
Mother G. Gamble state mother Charles Smith. The funeral ser. all of us as we enter what prom. Third Annual Program of
Sunday School . 10:00 vice will be held at the church Lees to be a year of destiny for Sacred music will 1 begin
Morning worship . . 6:00: this Saturday. the Church of the Open Door Sunday evening at 7 p.m. ser.

Night Service . . 8:00: s vice.
Sunday, Feb. 18 is a red let.
We the members of Fifth Ave. BAHA'I FAITH ter day for our church, the day
still doing a wonderful The Saints Ann-Margaret
re. for
are our mammoth $25,000
Carroll Wilson of Miami Beach Chapter regular monthly meet.
viva meeting that is being con. building pledge drive. Each Sun.
will be the guest discussion lead. ing will be held on Monday,
the Rev. Deacon Me.
ducted by day until then one of the lay.
et at the regular weekly meet. Jan. 24 at the home of Mrs.
Call We are asking that every.one men of the church will speak
Ing to be held at the Baha'l Cen. Maude Moncur Opu Locka. Call
stop by because souls are concerning this report. Sunday
ter, 137 NW llth ave., 8 p.m., I your chairman, OX 1.7057 for
being saved and healed. Clifford Matthews is the speaker.
:Sunday, Jan 28. The subject oi transportation. Cars will leave

We thank our Senior Biaboj this session based on the book,, the church at 8 p.m

for his visit to our church on "Thief In The Night". will be:: ST. LUKE BAPTISTRev.
last Friday night. A beautiful Food For The Soul." The public Deacon Henry L. Jefferson
feast was held at the home by Is co dially invited to attend. P. W. Williams, pastor president of No. 99 Sunlight PallBearers Zion Hope M. B. Church

Mrs. Gussie Gamble for the Phone secretary FR 1.5420, for Mrs. Burnesta Green reporter Society and The Grand Sunday School . . 9:30:
bishop and the pastors and further information. SundaySchool" . . 9:30: Vice President and Grand State Morning worship . . 11:00:

wives of the churches of God In Morning Worship . .11:00 Deptuty of Florida and Georgia Evening worship ,..... 7:00:
Christ. BTU . . . . 5:301 wants to thank the officers and
Prayer meeting Tues. . 7:30:
MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. Evening Worship . . 7:00 members for working so hard to

E. M. Thomas, pastor Sunday Jan. 28 the Home make ,this anniversary a success
NEW PROVIDENCE M. B. Phyllis Myers, reporter Mission la celebrating its anni. Special thanks to all. Refresh MT. ZION AME CHURCH

Rev. C. J. Burner, pastor Sunday School . . 9:41: versary at 8 p.m. at the church meats free.Lodges Opa Loch
Sis. Claudia Wilson reporter Morning service . . 11:00 Each member is invited to com participating In the Rev U. E. Greene ,pastor

Sunday School . . 9JO BTU ..... ...... ...... . 6:30 out and help make the day a sue. anniversary are: Nos. 99, 137, Evelena Glenn, reporter .
Morning Service . . 11:00JTU Evening service . . 7:00 cess. Mrs. D. Sullivan president and 160, Miami; No. 97, Pompa.no Sunday School. . 9:30:

. . . . 6:0(1( Sunday morning everyone was ;; No. 87, Boca Raton; No. Morning worship . II 11100:
Evening service ', '' 7:0(1( happy to hear our pastor deliv 88, West Palm Beach; No. 88, Evening worship . . 630!
er the message. It was very in. Homecoming at St. Okeechobee; No. 134, Fort Lauderdale .
Ordination services will be spiring and soul stirring. ; No. 157 Opa Locks;

he'd Sunday in our regular Sunday night Rev. Stephens de. James SuccessThe and No. 158, West Palm Beach NEW BETHEL BAPTIST
morning service which time Dro.
livered a wonderful message.
1571 NW 68th St.
Cooks and Bro.
Heading will be ordained Iryon The Junior Church Is prepar. pre-homecoming services MT. AARON BAPTISTRev. Sunday School . . 10:00:
deacons. at ing for Its Youth Day the second held Monday night, Jan. 15 thru Morning worship . 11100
visitors All of our friends and Sunday in March. This Satur. Friday night, Jan. 19, were high.ly A. A. McCrarey pastor iDe T. U. . . . . 5130'
be part are of the welcome to come and day they are having a sale at spiritual largely attended anda Mary Ann Turk reporter Evening worship . . 7:00:

eervice 1777 NW 69th St. financial success. Men and Sunday School . . 9:30 Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor
We are praying for the sick to women from all walks of life Morning worship 11:00: Deacon Fred Williams, reporter

St. Matthew Freewill have a speedy recovery. attended the services throughoutthe DTU . ...... ...... 6:30:
week. Evening worship . . 7:30:
2014 NW 5th Court On Bible Class (Wed.) . 9:00 ST. STEPHENS BAPTIST
Sunday three services
Woodley, pastor BETHEL 1781 N.W. 73rd Street
uro. Nathaniel were largely attended despite
Thomas reporter Richmond Heights the inclement weatber. At 11 Rev. James P. WaldOu, pastor

Sunday School . . .:10 Bethel's Sunday worship SON music was furnished by choirs 1 BROWNSVILLE BAPTIS1Rev. Sunday School . . 9:30:

Morning worship . 11:00 vices are as usual. and 2 combined and the Junior R. Thompson pastor Horning Service . . 11:003TU :

YPCL . . . '' '. 6:00 Sunday School . . 9:10 choir. Both groups were at their Annie Pratt, reporter . . . . 6:0.0: i

Night service . . . '7:00 Morning worship . . 10:45 best. The pastor delivered the Sunday School ........................ 9:3C Evening Service . . 7:30

Nathaniel Thomas, would like BTU . . . . 5:30: morning message using u his Morning worship .............. 11OC
to express hla thanks to the ones On Sunday Jan. 28 at 3 p.m. text, Walk in wisdom toward i Evening worship.( ..................... 7:00
who came out and rendered Bethel Bap tint will observe its them that are without, redeem. GREATER NEW BETHELOpa
vice In his behalf and special dedication services. This Is con. ing the time. His theme was Locka Fla.
thanks to templated to be an eventful occa. Time Smith
Deac Joe A. McNeil Rev. W. K. pastor
and the No. 2 sion. Your presence will be Wilma C. Robinson, secretary
choir 0| St. MaUThere The spiritual fervor ran high 1455 N.W. 63rd St.
thew. greatly appreciated. You will not when the invitation for member. Rev. F. L. Johnson, pastor Sunday School . . 930
regret one moment of it. ship was extended. Six Morning worship 11:00:
acces. Sis. Sarah Williams, secretary .I
the will be a party given at Rev. L. R. ROM, pastor stone were realized. Sunday School .... .. .:10 Evening worship .. .... 7:30Mt
home of Mr. McNeil 1634 Bettye Nolton reporter Horning worship . 11:00:
NW 69th St. You are invited. The. offering exceeded all in Evening worship . . 7:90:
the history of St. James in the Olive MissionaryRev.
TEMPLE BAPTIST amount of 4250.
ST. PAUL A. M. E. Benjamin Trankllnpastor
Rev. L. A. Thompson pastor At the 3 p.m. service the Rev.S. Liberty City Lutheran 2nd Ave., HallsndaU, I"1&.. t
Rev. M. J. Fayson, pastor Sunday School -....... .... 93: L. Gay, pastor of Mt. Hermon Carver YMCA Yvonne Jackscc, rapoXtr
Mrs. Lee Gray reporter Morning Worship ................ 11:01: AME Church and hU ,
John Dee
congrega. Rev. pastor Sunday School ...... ':
Sunday School . . ':30 Evening Worship _... ...... ... &731: ( ion were in charge. The sermon Sunday School . . 2:00 doming service ....-.......-..-... 10:13 I
Morning U. .. _.._... 3
worship .. .. 11:00 B.The T. .i- Society.0r.r..n.u, Mrs. was uplifting Indeed and a 'great Worship Service . . 1:00: Cvtolng service ?............... 730
Evening worship . 7:00 Missionary challenge was presented in his
Florence Hepburn president argument to all ChrUtlans.
If you were absent from will sponsor a "Pew Rally" Sun.
church Sunday you missed a day at 3 p.m. Mrs. Rhonda Hutch. The 7 p.m. service rendered by
treat. No. 2 choir was at 1U bent !neon will be in charge. All are the Rev. J. J. Williams and his Applied Christianity Temples, lace

all day. The pastor's subject for invited. congregation was also highly
the i morning was "Worshipping Delegates and other members uccessful. PRESENTS
God in Sulrit and Trutk." Two preparing to attend the annual

Infante were christened increasing cession of Atlantic Coast Baptist The total amount raised durIng Supreme BfsAfp W. Sires )
our cradle roll. The laymen Association in Nassau, are re. the entire week exceeded

league of the North Miami dls. quested to contact the pastor as 13,000. We wish to thank all The Man of Deliverance From Coast to Coast
trlct met at the church Sunday early as possible. hose.' who helped In any way to
owning. After the business ses. make the week a success. JANUARY 26 THROUGH 31
efon a unique program was
enjoyed by all followed with re. SALTER'S CHAPEL AtTb

eshments. The Southland Sing. N.W. 48th St. and 27th Avo :. Church; Perrin. He brought usa APPLIED CHRISTIAN TEMPLE, INC.
era after rendered a spicy program Rev. H. J. Benson pastor wonderful menage which WM 1451 N.W. Third Ave.
service Sunday night ipon. Chapel celebrated Its enjoyed on the subject "Stop
by L. Jackson for the bad. "
Sunday, Look and Listen.
Quest Day
get rally which will terminate tInt annual SERVICES BEGIN 0 P.M. NIGHTLY

Sunday night Jan. 28. Jan.cessful.21 The, which pastor was officers very suc and The JUv. Plckett And COB.gregation Spiritual Advice dally 10 suit to 12 soon 0 to 0 p.m.
the 7
Our tick members are: members are thanking all their were guests Indeed at hap. At Hotel Sherman, 405 NW 4U St., Phone FR 9.17B1
We are
Mother Simpson Mrs. L. Baker, friends for helping them to make p.m.to service.have ,the cooperation of Whatever jour problem may be, through the power of God aDd
Mrs. A. Grace Mrs. J.I| Lee. this a great day., Pl and it be solved
speaker for the 11 heM wonderful' pastors your faith, can
Please visit them and all of The service guest was the 11.". J. B. their eoBsjrfgatloa., So 4 0 m ,e -
the other sick and shut.ins.'We'llsee a.m.Blake of Hearst Chapel AMES again YOu' are invited.
you In church Sunday.

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family of the late Mrs. I DEArTHS Earl Fox of 1768 N.W. V56U
Sobrlney Cook who departed this St. was dead upon arrival at
life Nov. 22, 1961, takes this ,: : Jackson Memorial Hospital Jan.
: J. :.., .
., include
met\) to express their thanksto nary 19th. HIs'survivora

... tae many friends and neigh., i ftoti&'tf Albert three brothers Jimmy, Rufus,
.... _l ___ bors for all, tho kindness shown : and (Ethyl Fox; and an uncle,
-- -- them during;.htjr Illness. ''Your : Charles Clarke 439 N. W. 8th' Clyde Fjjx. Remainswee sent

IN MFMORIAM CARD OF THANKSThe cards, t&Wto and. 'flflraW: ::: o.'! Sty, ,expired, In Jackson ,Memorial to Wlona, Mississippi Wednesdayfor
I nations. Special thank. to the 16th. His sur. final rites and; burial.
family of the late .January
In loving memory of my dear Hospital :
\ .
I husband, pastor, R@vM' Fayson! and the. vivors,, ,Are,, his Widow! father, 1 .. l
choir, rushers and all members aunt and 'several cousins. Arrangements Charles Smlljv pf 16 NW.
Y of St. Paul rArE, Church of NW ,: ar0' 'complete. 73rd :fat, died at hid ,residence
,r Y 4th court for their generosity : January > 91st. tyr Smith was

We are .also ,very grateful ,to I Eugene slohe'/4 month old eon born in Nassau, Bahamas, and
Range Funerayl Home for .such of'Mrs. Mattie R. Slone of 2$27 had' been a resident of Greater!
efficient service rendered; !MayGodll NW.. 58th StM died January 18, Miami for some 46 years. He tot
choice b>salng. ever 'Jutupon. and :,WAS funerallzed from the survived by four daugbters'tMesdames

,each of you: Thankp to, my Chapel January ''23, Rev. O. Agnes Troy, Lillian.
co-worker and laborer in the Mundy officiating.Mrs. Brown, Gloria Meadows, Had
Lord's vineyard, Mrs. Syretha Eta Howard, a brother, YO 'k.
Strong for the words of wisdom Emma Rigby,a native ofHawkinsville Smith; 13 grandchildren and '3

sw, and guidance, nnd'tbe''petsognel; Oa, but a residentof. great grand-childreb. Funeral
.c ''aWILLIAM of Douglas Elementary' School. Miami for 'the past 22 years, service will be held Saturday,
Again thanks to each, of you. and who lives at 331 N W13th January 27, 1:00 p.m., at Grace
I The 'FamilyCARD St., died" in"Jacksou1' January 19. Presbyterian Church. Mr. Smith
Her survivors ,include1 5 oI' augh.. U nowyin. repose at the funeral
( ters, Mesdames Lorraine John. home.
OF THANKSThe son,. Leila Mae Smith, Emma

"" 'of ; Gaines, Gwendolyn and Sharon ;Cicere Hudson of 1249 N. W.
1 family theflatet;> Rigby; 4 sons, James Jackson, 68th St. was dead upon arrivalat
BENNIE CAMPBELL CURRY 'Charles, Jr., Joseph and Larry Jackson Memorial Hospital
\'- I Rigby; 1 sister; 1 brother and January 21st. Mr. Hudson came
:j l who departed from us on Janu. 6 grandchildren. Services will be to Miami, in the "year 1926. He
ary 16, wiehes to express its conducted Saturday at 12 noon is survived by his mother, Mrs.
-.... gratitude to. all of those who in the Chapel and will be in repose Minnie Lou Sellers; a sister,
rendered services and sent cards in the Chapel from 1 p.m. Mrs. Josephine Woodard, two
FLOYD SULLIVAN I ,and telegrams of condolences. Friday nieces, Charley Ruth Young and
"We miss him, but realize
died 5 wish to we and other
January Carrie Lou Flowers;
who departed this life Jan. 24, I the is too wish to make amistake. Frances
thank the many friends for all Lori Mrs. of 1699 relatives and friends. Funeral
1959. loved the kindness shown them In- : NW 1st court, died January 21. services will be held, today at
Beyond the gate one
find happiness your and rat their hours of bereavement. Mrs. Minnie Campbell Surviving are her husband and 2:00: p.m.,, In the Range Fun-

And there Is comfort in the Special thanks to Father And Family other Incomplete.relatives. Arrangements are. oral Home chapel. Elder Wilson

,thought Sulmer Of St., Agnes Episcopal, officiating.
That. a loving God knows best. Church and to the Range Fun.
Charles Thomas of 6331 N.W.
Cfara Sullivan oral Home for their untiring IN MEMORIAM'in 12th Avenue expired in Jackson Lonnie Weaver of U101

service. To all those who cent ,sad but fo.vlng memory of' Memorial January 23. He leaves N.W, 23rd Place, Opa, Locka..
; IN MEMORIAMIn telegrams, letters, cards, floral my 'mother, his widow Mrs. ,Mart Thomas} died January 2nd at .his resi;.
pieces, whose'naDlet! are 'too. dence. Mr. Weaver had been a.
sad but loving memory of two eons, 5 daughters; 2 God.
,to mention'Individually MRS. EPSIE CLARK RUSSELLwho Locka tonsome''
many children resident :of Opa
our dear sister, ; mother; 2 sisters
here. So' may God bless one and 20' years, and watt employed by:
ANNA R. MITCHELL I all. 'departed'this' life' January, I1n'd', 2 brothers. Services ;will be
who departed this life January ;conducted the Engineering Department
24, 1960.Precious Saturday' at 2 p.m. in .. .
28, 1949.Thirteen Mrs Bloneva Robinson, memories, how they ,the, chapel. He will be: on, view the City of Opa Locka for 15
years have passed, dear New York, daughter Unger ;there from, 5 p.m. Friday.Francis years.' He is (survived, : bY'his wife,.
i sisterSince'God L. R. Young, son How,!they ever fill my soul. i Mr Thelma Weaver} four
.% has called you home,: ; Miss'. -B; 0. Young ,. daughter -.. .I4, $U ; 'I's, -\J. .. : 1: daughters, Mrs. Thelma Bush,'",
To ') ,with heaven 'J Mrs. ,Laura William Mrs.- Lonnie M. Jordan; Mies
\ be; Him In 9 'Mrs." .MY Williams,..auntw i' ,.-'. .
Around the snow white throne.No G. W. Young, '*6n, ,N. Y. ;.' And Family, :' I : Gertie :Weaver and Miss, Shirley
one knows of the sadness I .Mr. Jauoes| Gray 1436 N.W. Ann Weaver; one son; Leroy
Only those who have lost can '" E. Burrows, daughter ', ; .J 6th Court died at Jackson Me. Weaver;' his mother, Mrs. Leila
i tell Frances Gibson, sister iCARD 0w THANKS modal Hospital on January 23rd., Weaver; '3 listens, 3 brothers, 3
Of the grief that's borne In Nassau Funeral services will be held on grandchildren, and other rela.

silence.' George Young, brother' The family of' the, fate, Saturday. January ?7th. Time tlves and friends. Funeral arrangements
For' the one we loved ,BO, well I 14 grand'children, 8 great and place will be announced over are incomplete at
The Family' relative grand children and other ...... local radio station. Survivors In. this time.;

IIN MEMORIAMIn IV elude his mother;; Mrs. Annie
Mae, Doyle; Father; Mr. Clarence
sad but loving ,memory of IN MEMORIAM.In Gray Sr.; 2'eons; Sonny and Der, day. Survivors include her bus.
our mother, sister and aunt, hard Gray: 3 daughters; Bar. bandIr.; George A. ,Taylor; 1
.MRS. BEATRICE SITTON sad, but loving memory of YY bara Ann; Josephine and Regina daughter; Miss Georgie Lee
who passed away on January 28, my husband, Gray; 4 sisters; Mrs. Josephine Taylor; :i' sisters; Mrs. Sylvia
_.__..........._.m Townaley; Ernestine; Laura and Johnson and Miss Doris Hannah;
1961.May she rest in peace. Dorothy Gray; 1 brother; Cla. one brother, Mr. Loul, Hannah,
'There's. an open gate rence Gray Jr. and a host of and a host 'of other relatives,
At the end of the road other relatives and friends and friends. '
Through which each must go

Ahd there in a light we cannot ;,.... Mr. Johnnie Lee Young Jr. Mrs. Martha Marshall of 10776
see ,!t'' ( died on January 23rd. Remainswill S.W. 108th St. in Goulds died
Our Father ,claims His own; ,' -. be shipped to Spartanburg, at Jackson Memorial Hospital on
Beyond the gate your loved one { South Carolina for final rite and January let. Funeral services
Finds happiness and rest i: ii i I burial. Survivors include his parents will be held at New Bethel A.
And there Is comfortIn i ; Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Lee M.E. Church in Goulds on Satur.
the thought I Young Sr. and several other re. day January 27th at 2:00 p.m.
That a loving God knows best." lathes and friends. with Rev. C. D. Pastor official.
Mrs. Alice Sullivan, daughter Ing.. Remains will lie in state at
.,x Mr. Frank Sitton, son Mrs. 'Harriet Taylor of 356 Francis Funeral Home Chapel
Mrs Annlo M. Berry, sister N.W. 14th Street died at her beginning Friday afternoon until
Mrs. Mildred Gibson, sister T home on Jaluary 16th. Funeral funeral time on Saturday after.
J' Mrs.. Louise English, sister. I ISADORA D; 6TRACHAN services will be held at St. James noon. Survivors include her
Mr James Berry, nephew t Baptist Church on Saturday, mother; Mrs. Katie Marshall; 2
whose life expired January 7, January 27th at 2:00: p.m. with sitters; Mrs. Sllla Bell and Mrs.
IN ,MEMORIAMIn take this as one of their meth. Rev. J. L. Johnson, putor of Eula Wade;; 1 brother; Mr.
ods to express to the many delating. Remains will lie instate Ozle Marshall; Aunt; Mr. El.
loving memory ofANDREW churches, fraternal organizations, at Francis Funeral Home nora Fountain} cousin; Mrs.
,' -"-- students, church and school or. Chapel beginning Friday after. Jonnie Mae
Sharpe and
'I '!''It.. : a host of
,w9. w. ganlsations and Irlendi for the
oon until funeral time on Satur. other, relatives and friends
MR. OSBORNE FERGUSONwho many cards, flowers, letters, do.
atlons, ctiv, telegrams, and all
YaN fell other appreciative gesture 'during
asleep on January 26i.
Ptw 1958. the hours of bereavement

You darling. 'h .band of mine, Special thanks. to Rldgeway
as the time passes on, it's like Church of; God of Prophecy and
yesterday In my heart.' Your rei ,, Bishop J, D. Williams for off!.
membrance and love will never elating the wake Bishop Charles
j I. Mackey for his spiritual eu.
die.May his soul rest (In peace A logy'and :,the Range Funeral

f, Home, for the efficient, servicerendered. .
Mrs. Clara Ferguson, wife.Rev. ,
C. P. Ferguson, father-
Madaline Ferguson sister I We are sincerely and deeplygrateful
George, Sam, Ordlin and .
$1K Paul Ferguson, brothers
Y The Strachan
l 4 '

In loving memory of our dart.
,r ing mother,


ADOLPH HOPKINS who departed this life January
who departed this' life January 25, 19El. '
27, 1961.
I What though in lovely grief I May she rest in peace and light
i l" perpetual shine her.
sigh" upon CRUTCH TODAY -- R

For friends beloved. no longer, 'Children: en and consoling cards and
': Z' nigh Lurlean.; Robert, William :1 I CARD OF THANKSThe telegrams, received during their
1 '
; Submissive. still'would I reply Leonard. Katherine and family of Mrs. Ida Wilder recent bereavement.Mrs. .
WThy will be done. Bloneva rftaoN p: j wishes to express their sincere I Let Gulon '
,7 The Family Mrs. Virginia Fox, sister thanks for the beautiful flow. Mrs. Addle Bullock '

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ClassifiedFOR *triN MIAMI* FLORIDA

down SMALL, 2' bedrNuse.Jr Small II SATURDAY, JANUARY'27, 196' $*';< PAGE 13
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.1. '.11:') The Usher Union A.tte1rtourth

B.,' PICARD ,' HOUSE l nice and coryi'bedr0'ontwith. Mr and Mrs Yorlclc Kemp are Sunday program will beheld
Rental Agency ; sleeping porch,3&rage, 'oak proud grandparents of a baby on Sunday, Jan. 28' at 3
Rental collections) property>> floors, :,on nicely landscaped $a45' down $69 Mo girl, Lisa Dfett Tharpe, 7 lbs. 10 pm. at Friendship BaptUt
Management, real estate corner lot FfJA. ,toconventional ot, 19V4 Inches, born to their 'Church, ,'lath and 14th .U", on
5S9 NW' 8th 3t. FR MJO J: mortgages available.;' 1451 NW 1759 NW 50th ST, daughter and son...ln-taw, Lula 6th ave.' '.'I1M program will be I
between'the Usher thvfron A .
43rd. St. and Morfan Tharp on Jn.9., *
j. Qr .will( lust{ ,
HOUSE.44 bedrooms' 2 bath I I Nice 2-bedroom on large 1962, 5:30: p.m. 'it. New York I!sedation sad Friendship Seniors
weekly Furnished ore unto.:. : Infirmary, Stuyv itabt. Square, David Hudson. pmidtat
duplex CDS'; \bed) landscaped
126 IJpMES NW 1 lot.
Carporte. '
Also ,1 .bedroom ".*ptaphdnet East and 15th Sty New You Dorothy Major, report
>>Ished ropm each aft ,furnished, elf A
Total 'price only $8,300. Noqualifying. City : Rev. iSinjmfl, pastor I
; *.
otily 13' .NW Uth': at J ,
Adults buyer,: close to everything, 7B1tNW .,
i '
jay .tn 1&?1U. :five! FB 53rd St. Open Sat. and 'Bun, No closing. costs.

*53O. \ f ,2<5' from 1 to 6. Owner MU l.dlftl v : '" OJ .
:' I. 'f \'M'I .
V* \, .. ", .' ) Service :
Cottages. water ?urnfca.ed ,
3 ftOOM : ,;' s*:" '. .' ,I ,
$10 weekly! 569 NW **h St., ROUSE .,9 rooms, tile bath 'afodkitchen. SOUTH" pF 54th 'ST.; -I' ;" UNDER MANAGEMENTW .
; ; NEW .
7.2902.NEWLY ,' .
FR Gas stove and heaters. I '
,4 ,:, '. Fla ropm. lalousled front porch $395 down : $75 Mo. .I .. '.< "l'. I \" '.* f ,
Renovated ,furnished 01 r large :;utility( ,room. Completely .',..,. ;\, At, New Address. .
unfurnished apts. la the Op remodeled: inside' 1'NelLr bus, Custom built 2bedroomCBS ; {

Locka area beat Chiirch, school 1 stores ,and schools. Bearing with two Florida rooms ; 171i, W. Flagler Street ,- FR 9-6193,

and sfa&pplfas cetiter. Call Mick beach avocado and mango trees ...'. ,. .
Ins Jtefatal Ate cy.. NB: 4.0500. $75 month' after down payment plus enclosed garage. No ''1' ,;' .
I. '
tndr No closing' '' cost. N6 qualifying.. closing costa 'I!. \
Owner will hold mortgage1. 21ft I Attention' domestics We have many excellent' pOli.
i bedroflni .
apah 6t.
meat: Adults only. Phone Mil NEW lion ;opened for all kinds of domestics Call or come

17001. HOUSE. Very attractive, modem In. Bring 'references.
spacious home with bedrooms, '"
$9 5 down
2 BEDROOM HOUSE. '$16 per 1 bath, Pla. room, utility room, -
week. '2441 NW 62nd St. Phon I ')patio with electric refrigerator
NE 4.5744. end stove, air conditioning, gas 3.bedroom, '2 bath CBS
'" :seater, extra large hot water built m oven and range. No DUPLEX CUSTOM BUILT

2 BEDROOM HOUSE Enclosed, heater, awning windows, Venetian qualifying, no closing. Must
porch, hot and cold water 7119 blinds. Carport has tools be to appreciate. 720 ,NW Slat Street Open 2, to 9
NW 71ct St. OX 16576. Any. cabinet On large lot near buses,
time. .cores, school and park at 1235 .
W 50th St. Call owner, NE NO QUALIFYINGNO

ROOM In private home. House 5-5675 after 6 pm. weekends.. Start the New 'Year right

and kitchen privileges., OX Let us find you a home. We RED TAPE
63737.'Ua.rrLs. ,/ FOR SALE will
assist you with your
2 BEDROOM :APT. Unturaieb- :1 bedroom CBS, furnished. financing J 2,500 DOWN

ed, 1980, 'NW: 55th ,St. NE3.900L Hardwood floods, tile roof, car. ,
.: .. > 'r!' 1 l: 'JOrtcomer lot. PL7-8450 293 NW 79th tt ONE MORTGAGE, ,
KHA; commitment LOW DOWN
4 BEDROOM HOUSE) -,Unfurnlehed. PAYMENT. Furniture free. I .

1980. NW 66th St. NE Small down, pa)1netit.Itot J
3.6901. I monthly interests and Insurance, 0 2 BEDROOMS EACH SIDE '
116 PER WEEK large 2 .bedroom Phone NE 5.2073 BESTPREMENS 0 BIG FLORIDA ROOM EACH APT.
unfurnished apt. .Newly> 1175 NW 45th St.
patnUd 1365 NW 58th ,Terr.. Alt' 0 BARREL TILE ROOF, HARDWOOD FLOORS
o $14" 'per week for rear apt. 2 WEEKS SALE
Same _R1ze.ROOM Beginning Friday, Jan. 26. J. W. 0 BEAUTIFULLY LANDSCAPED
V. A. Rummage Sale. Skirts, .
r refined working .woe dresses, and blouse 25c, 20c. e COMPLETE SPRINKLING SYSTEM ,
211 NW 4th St. R, .RR7
Wan nice All
or man In home.
privileges. $10 week. NE 5.5283.. Miami, Fla. }. YOURS FOR AS LOW AS ..
A !!:r NICE. ROOM for a lady, 6710' NOTICEJEED $60 MONTHLY "

NW; 19th Ave. NE 4-8405.< INCOME tax assistance!
\ Call for appointment. FR 3.7210
$1$ PER WEEK, 2 bedroom un. F10
furnished house, 2332 KW 66th Now.look your tat end f...
St. HI\61266. ISAimEIl SPECIALS your bees even during"the premenstrual SCOTT REALTY' Inc.
Special price for children, 75e. .
'-4- with flit.. help
period .
Three barbers to serve at all
ONE stove 2 bedroom apartment, times. Mr. Juan Valdei you Miss of PU.MENS ToLr. 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 94421
refrigerator, and water
furnished.' Finest residential Bail Juanita. proprietor Monroe. and Rev. Amos WftUIr reumllldd' by Open 'Daily 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

neJlb -orhood.J Xall NE 4.3259. I u7U'stri-Darber women's doctor, NtC-MENS
4':r:4' -
630 NW 3rd Ave. ,Tebttts rtdvco periodic tension'
1 EFFICIENCY apartment. end lUprwlon, calm "nervM,"
Furnished and refrigerator- completely and water.fur IlBV. DR. J. LUCY relieve painful tromps, reduce

nlshel If requested. Quiet rest.dentlal OF GREENVILLE, B. C. btoatina wtlgfif gain, and help, BUY A HOME TODAY !

'neighborhood.' Call NE guaranteed <.UUtt8 nave your keep your skin eltar. Wo more, ,

4.32U.. "116' : .... : loved ones strayed from you?,Is Live deyst f

-Ft1nNIsH 1'.r1RQOhiBK; ';;Sl.ngl t'our' moneyr home nnhuppy? Do Urine r o un.tt MfeMENS TobUN' hart helped I Drive by these beauties, then come to our office t ''"t ',
need nyou : m I
98.60. doable, $10, Wu1i- thousands prevent' dtitr tiln0prtmMttnitl t
1170 drr crONNod: condition?' Do )'011want -- -.-- 'd' ,
Inttoa .eve Opa,Xpcka.. Phone problems.Now let "
? It'adt''' of wad? Do :)oo
U 14JUOf" : .I'\.,.".. ", .. ,:,I'ft- want ,to. ,Conquer : your enemies WMENS Tablets help you. 1. 5875 NW 31st Ave t' 3 bedroom, 1 bath .

'.'( Itmake"an, *apolntmpnt with "-MENS Brand New! Corner Property 1 ''
LOVELW': M'AL't heads Boy IlKV. DIU J. LUCY CoM la today for .,, .
'tike ro'J\t\ Excellent neighbor- No dhargtr if I laU; Fo+,..t hoaie, -, Tablet*. Get your free copy ., $500 Down -- No'qualifying-. .*--,Move right in I ". 'v; ...
oodrs.0'1d'o'wzi'( r les ;"|22p.r troubles, Jove affairs and luck, Informally* booklet about 'you 1 bath""
*eekY/stek free to high class K. Albany, Oa. and prtmonstrvol tension 2.,,' 3001 NW 67th 'St. 3 bedroom, 1 ,
tenant. NE 5.5566. 2333 N.W. 2nd COURT J Beautiful corner property

FURNISHED POMPANO BEACH, Flu*. J., A J. 'DRUO STORE $400 Down $68.75 per month
'rooms In private Collier City Sub. "
home phere. Clean, wholesomt-atmos- Phone JE 8.2805 1410 N.W..:62nd St. PL 7.7954 3. 3025 NW 68th St. 3 bedroom, 1 bath
Reasonable rates 1131
NW7 $400 Down $71.92 per month
let6court. FR 9-s5 ;
3 W1' ''
:' r ''10th 2 bathroom 1 'bathA
4. 5010 NW Ave. ,

QUIET ROOMS Jo a Christian Central/ life laswmu. Co. of Florida/ beauty on a large lot

home. AU privileges of home. $400 Down $74.39 per month
Apply 2160 NW 6th court Sun. "YOUR FRIENDLY C0S1P11NY"

74o 3.5:30'psn.I' Mon. -0 p.m, Fri. ATTRACTIVE POLICIES FROM 5., 1139, ,NW 45th St. 3 bedroom, 2 bath plus.
.J '>nnELP .. MODERN Florida room <

3VANTEh $1,000.00 UP TO $50,000.00; Gorgeous and real roomy!

EPerlenced bartenders, w ul Endowment Educational $500 'Down $89.16 per month
Life '-
rs. waitresses and maids "Call -
'NE 3.0811 for appointment- Mortgage Redemption 6. 4500 NW 8th Ave. 3 bedrooms, 1 bath

Large living room

EXPERIENCED butcher at Mat. Retirement Combination Hospital Extra large property on terrific corner!
: ,
Grocery 5820 .
NW 12th '
:eve .' '. $450 Down $90.10 per month <
/ r :And Home ti[ *:?
iVjVFamily 7. 5875 NW 31st Ave. New 3 bedroo mhome
Matalie Grant 'f $499 Down-Move right in
.q i
Plan ;
Group + ,
We have over1450 others
wishes of
to notify
I her. : Father, Mother and all Children Under 21 Years .' We arrange all /financingWe 1
customers friends of .
and 'II
_per: new location as manager Age 'Insured Under4 One Policy \ are open Saturday, Sundays, too .

New-Bonn Automatically Insured After 15 Days*



1508 NW 67th St. Call, for repre ntatnr in your city for additional 5524 NW 7th Ave. PL 7.2559
Information (The largest real estate office in Liberty City)
OX 1.2616 or NE 4-2027

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Dade Teachers Receive Monthly Concerts

THE WHOLE i" Beginning, Saturday, Jan. iT

PUN PHUN National RecognitionThe the Fin Arts Conservatory
TRUTHby hold its monthly) matinees ceil
Dy PHIL O8SOFER music teachers in the Dade cert-lecture ib thJ( audltoHurrt
Elder Theoplous Rolle County Schools will present a of the, conservatory, GiS. NW
concert on Sunday, Feb 18 at Call AllHamptonians 60th St. from 2 lb 3 p.m. These1
How shall we escape, If we Turning on the United Cere. 3 p.mi in the Miami Beach Con. programs are planned for the
neglect BO great salvation whlcnat vention Hall. Proceeds from this fourth Saturday of each month.
the first began to be spoken bral Palsy Telethon Sunday concert will be used to defray Interested visitors are welcome
by the Lord and wa confirmed morning I 'was delighted to flee the expense of the music teach. to attend and stay for refresh.
unto us by them that heard Him. my friend Rev. Edward T. Gra era to Chicago in March where Every: loyal Hamptonlan is meats while speaking with facul.
(lleb. 2:3.) ham. He offered a beautiful they will present concert for urged and expected to be presentat ty and student members of this
who heard prayer: in which he spoke of the the first meeting of the yearat
It was the apoetles the Music Educators National unique music, dance and art
the Lord, and they gaTe unto us common affliction that touchedall Conference.The the Hampton Alumni Club Conservatory. Established nine
which will meet'at the beautiful .
when we deny regardless of race.
the true gospel years ago to benefit gifted and
that Jesus Christ is the only invitation to appear on Hampton( House on Saturday,
deserving children in the entire
Lord God, we condemn Jesus, the It brought back memories of the program of.,the Music Educators Jan. 27 at 7 p.m.
community, it has remained
and the prophets. Jeans the days, a number of years ago, National Conference is i opento
apostles to the woman, "I am the :Mee. when I made weekly visits to signal honor for our mu" We will be looking forward to all races and a non-profit
serious Institute the creative
elan." (John 4:26.) Jesus told Variety Children's Hospital teachers and for the Dab.County Being you. arts. (or
the derll that He was God. I which was built on the basis of Schools. It is the first Carl A. Williams, president
(Mat 4:7)) If ye believe not that Integration of all races. Here I time that 'an entire staff from Mary V. Davis secretary Appearing on the program ;iof
I am He( ye shall die In your saw children, both dark-skin any school system has received this Saturday are the following
sine." (John 8:3.: ) ned and light In the same room such recognition from a pro. music and dAnce students)
victims of polio, which, like all feeslonal organization at the national .
Jesus said to PhlUlp that He diseases, has no racial prejudice. level. WMBM NEWS Sheila love, Alethera, Shar.
was the Father (John 14:9), lene atid Annctta Williams, Lea
I noted that friendship" between The program to be presented Because of added
and when you flay that Jesus is re potlslbnt.ties ona ,iBrflnner Ulofia RlcHardsott! ,
not God, you condemn the Colored and White patients whose rally. and in Chicago will be performed as a fill) time executive dU Michael Graham/ ,. (George Stiifi
families had been attached by a by a 78-piece symphony rector Of WMBM
Scriptures of the prophet and Community ebb Malcolm1: Whitltiw, !: hrlh4
apostles. And when you condemn common enemy I began to un. I orchestra, a 90-plece symphonic! Service touridatibn, and, other Austin, Terry Clark and Gail
the Scriptures of the deretand wisdom in sending band, and a 193.voice choir in civic obligations and affillatidHs, Powell. Phillip Cobper willpear ipi
which all of the music
apostles, the prophets and Jesus down calamities. How unfortunate Blanche Calloway, resigned as as special guests to demon.
you condemn the church, and that people refuse to accept the will participate. chairman of the Dade County strata the versatility of the trumpet .
the foundation of the church common bonds of kinship we An added attraction in connec. Young Democratic Association
for the church is built upon the I have, without waiting for sick Mon with the local 'concert will

apostles and prophets, and Jesus ness to strike. be an exhibit of original ''paintings ....."'. .'IT'_.___ __ _L'L. .' -
himself is the chief cor. l by art teachers 4UC maiurUl A110 IHBCK
Christ Strange aren't weT In war we lathe Dade I Kainbow Tea
Man, recorded
ner stone. You cause your followers County Schools speech by T.
I become to fight
as one a com.
M Alexander
and yourself to be damn Sr., will be heardon The Idle Hour Art Club
mon foe, but during times of cor.
ed. Jacob called him Shiloh This is an unusual event In WMBM Sunday, Jan. 28 at dially in vites to attend its
I peace, we turn on one another. that teachers in our schools will 6115 z p.m. The purpose! of this you
Gen. 69 10). Moses called annual Rainbow Tea
( : I I No wonder there is no true on Sunday
Psa. 16:10). I demonstrate their competencies recording U to give every fattlly Jan. 28 4 to
The Holy One ( peace. We wo k together to fight In the fields in which they teach a glance in the contributions 6 p.m.. Ht. ortl.tnl+
called Him The Immsn- Square Audi
Isaiah Community
cerebral palsy, polio and the "
our children. made by the Black
uel (Isa. 7:14). Isaiah decla other physical diseases. When, : man to civi tary. Mre. Gertrude Williams,
that he is the Mighty God, The J oh when, will we unite to over. Tickets are $2.60' )for adults 'lization and 'world culture. 6304 NW 14th ave.. Compllmen.
Everlasting Father (Jesus). The come the spiritual diseases of and $1.00 for students. They president., Mrs. E. Tapper re.
Prince of Peace (Isa. 9:6)). prejudice and hate, which are may bo- secured ,at any public porter.
Isaiah called Him the Saviour gnawing at the vitals of human school and will be available at' COMING SOON
712 years before He come (Isa. society, the convention Hall. box offica.
43:11). Mica said His "goings Teachers' Talent Miami Times Ads
forth have been from of old, You are invited to support
from everlaetlng55 (Mica 6:2). your teachers by attending this Night Get Fast Results
Zacharlah declared there will Free Chest X-Rays outstanding event.', "

be one Lord and His name one ::--
(Jesus) (Zach. 14:9.: ). You con. Chest X-rays will be avail.
ti demn Thomas but Thomas declared able at the following locationsthis North Miami Beach Altman Insurance
that He was His Lord and week for all Dade residents.. NewsThe
his God (John 20:28): You con. 18 years of age or over. '
demn Peter for he said he is'' Washington Park Civic 768 NW 3rd Ave. FR 1.2421
The Christmas Seal Mobile X.
both Lord and Christ (Acts Association held it* regular
2:36): You condemn Paul who Ray unit of the Dade County Tu. meeting at the home of Mr. and
was an apostle to the Gentiles, acted berculosis Association will be lo. Mrs. George Heal,1535 NE 162nd INSURANCE FOR EVERYONE
for Paul said he was God manifested : Terr. The next meeting will be
in the flesh (lit. Tim. Monday, Jan. 29 at the Rich. held at the home of Mr. And WITHOUT ASSIGNED RISK
3:18): Paul called Him The mond Heights Shopping Center Mrs. Ollie Castillo, 1538 NE
i'Great, God and that! blessed from 12 to 8 p.m. and 4 to 7 IS 3rd Terr 'AH; members. l are ,ask Small down payment with l low monthly payment
hope (Tit. 2:13): ), John declared p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday, ed to be present. Also flrd insurant, hospitalization
that He was in the world and Jan. 30 and 31 at Douglas! Roadat The group ',visited the ,physical. Life InsilrAnte with small down
the world was made by Him and Grand ave. Tuesday the hours ly handicapped class at Browns payment
the world knew ,Him not (John will be 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 vllle Junior High thool. It

1:10): to 5 p.m. Wednesday, hours will made the children very happy. 1.. .. .
In: Gen. 1:1, it says, "In the be 12 noon to 3 p.m. and 4 p.m. They were presented!! with a q j 4..ll .ILI..
beginning God created the hea. to 7 p.m.a little gift from the civic, associa
Ten and the ea th." John said tion., TV Service Calls >
that Jesus created the world, so The club,",annual party was
we see that God and Jesus are heJd at the home of' Mr. and
the same one. When he made man or woman doesn't believe Mrs. Henry ,Crawford 15il NE ALL
the world he was an Eternal that Jesus Is the only Lord God 152nd Terr., MAKES-ALL MODELS I'LV8 PAR$1.50 1'B

Spirit but after man sinned that he doesn't believe the Bible. For Mrs. ,Iola :Crawford, Pres.
eame eternal spirit had to take the Scriptures eaith that they Mrs. Beatrice! Neteon; C.,c. LARRY'S T.V.
on flesh and come down here all shall know me from the' least MM. Ruby Castelow. reporter
'and die, for Paul said in He. of them to the greatest"of them ; WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS

brews 2:14: 'as the child en were they all shall know me. 'There RADIOS, HI.FI AND STEREO REPAIRS
partakers of flesh and blood, He are many men and women today
(God) took part of the same. who are trying to reach Jesus We Sell Used TVs on Credit

,So you see now. dear reader and don't know who He is. Theyare SEE 'THE WORLD'S 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX
that John WM right when he something like' Phillip be. GREAT SPIRITUAL" ,.... 1-8024
aid that he was in the world fore He knew who Jesus was, AND PSYCHIC READER .Ill T r I l---t'1' ,.u.t.-\ 1.-
and the world was made by Him Him, and some of these, preach! I....L _
and the world knew him I was with Him but did not know BISHOP HUNTER
not.,Truly the world don't know era have been preaching Jesus It
who Jesus is. They say He Is the for years and don't know'who He fall you to see are sick or worried, don't Work In New YorkMaids
eon and only the son, but we Is. me today. Office hours
see him as God manifested in the dally 1 p.m. to 0, p.m. Thundu
flesh like Paul saw him in Tim. If you tell them that Jesus is 1 .pan to 0 p.m. ,Sunday 11
othy,,,1:16. Paul said that Jesus God, right away they will start to 8 p.m. a.m. and Mother's
created anything that are in fighting the Bible that they are ,
heaven and that are In earth carrying around, yet telling the READINGS
(Cola, 1:16): ). people that the Bible Is right Housekeepers, Etc.
John declared that this and the same Bible that they a e '..00
carrying_ around is
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ILOE FREEDOM'S l ; Georgie Starling Enough said let's drop this PSYCHIC DEADER

I IIIII! Thank you for patiently wait Hear all about it over WFAB. -CONSULT HER-

ing, watching and praying for We want to see and hear from

By RUTH PERRY our opening broadcast day com. you, so drop us a WFAB line

..___ ......___ __ ____ _______ __ ing soon at WFAB, 0, say you anytime. We ca.nlSA it and
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I think It might safely be very strongly that a person can. light, by the sunny: daylight, this WFAB town. Smilingly, always
stated that probably moat not be an American and a Chris. glittering stars at night shining yours, Fabulously Georgia
men in the South clerrr.1 tlan without doing something i above the WPAB.NBC banner ,,
Civil War voiced the sentimentsof about discrimination He consid.era I waving over WFAB Land of the

the prevailing mores and CUB. discrimination immoral, and Free, the 1034 Biscayne Bird.,
toms. To preach other ideas during feels also that any violent pre. Miami Home Studios of WFAB,
this time, or while slavery judice and racial bigotry shown the dialing smiling 990 kc. 24 "

was in full flower was to com. at this time in the south is very hours dally 6,000 watts pow. ,
mit certain economic and social detrimental to U. S. foreign er fully, Let her" year of experience guide
ruin for a minister of the Gos. policy. Wherever ;you may be at 9:05: and protect you throughout life hIs i
pel. a.m. youMl want to faithfully a lighthouse guide the ship ins -I'
IIUL1GION ANDDlStlllMINATNION hear God's man, Richard Eaton g ga storm. For success In business' '

CHRISTIANITY AND give you Your Unity Viewpoint, r" and love.DONT .
inspiring and edifying to your STAY IN THE RUT. GET tOUT

SEGREGATION It warms the hearts of those spirit, mind, body; and sould! ; NOW. BY THE HELP OF "
I am sure I am safe In stating who have so long borne the I followed by Your Spiritual Cru. GOD SHE CAN HELP YOU. 4
also] that during this time there burden of racial prejudice and sade songs of deliverance with
wore probably some ministers fabulously Georgie Star. Office Hours:
discrimination to have men like ..
slavery and realized 9 a.m. 9 p.m :
who deplored the Rev. Mr. Sloane speak out ling. Your church can broadcast '
the hyprocrlsy; of tryingto Z Thurs. 9 ..a.m tt ,+
and act with courage for justice Sunday during the 6 a.m. to
reconcile Christian ideals and p.m. hours. 7 p.m.
and right. As ,many others also
principles with brutality, slavery, DAILYSunday I
believes that
think Mr. Sloane
and social hatred. It is Richard Eaton, president of r
time is not the cure-all Many in
United Broadcasting Co. victor
to note that nearlyone
the South still feel that the long lously brings WFAB to :
after the you.
hundred years
view of race relations to 10 a.m. -3pm.
range Have heard of
Of the War Between The you ever a top ex.
best, and these are good people, ecutive of a radio and television
States, there are still ministers who are considered moderate and WE MAKE YOUR READING
organization personally taking
(both in the North as Well as fair. But The Rev. Mr. Sloane PICTURE t44,
the South who do not think It time to give you the best of ser $1.00 UP
feels that time can run out, and
their Christian duty to speak vice, offering glorious words of While you wait
moderation the "wait andsee"
that or wisdom and God power?
prejudice racial 23 Years Experience
out against ,
School of Thought is very Only $1.00
hatred or segregation. bad, because sometimes modera. You rhythm.blues and jail MADAMHUNTER

This appears to 'be the state of tion pete mixed up with inertia lovers will also delight in hear. DAVID JEWELERS
I and disinterests and it is at this ing the china breaking man -
affairs, because the number of 1188 N.W. 3rd Avenue
China Valles at 6 and 3
point that extremists take over. a.m.
who have taken a
ministers p.m.; the Crown Prince, Me. Phone FR 4-1522 1657 N.W. 73rd ST.
strong eland while Increasing is The Supreme Court ruled on Kinley Williams at 10 a.m.; the MIAMI, FLA.Don't .

still disgracefully amall.of This amaze.has egregation in public schoolsn Latin Beat at 6 p.m. I -., Write-Call In Parson
been source
always a 1954 It Is now 1962. Progress
ment to me because brotherlylove ha been made, but there are If* the-- talk of this WFAB !I, ..., - ...
human dignity and the in. still the hold.out states of Mis. town, as ,.ouml"etandgreet theI
herent value of the individualare slsslppl, Alabama and South WFAB team; by the bus loads,
bade Christian teachings. Carolina plus very little actual car loads, train loads for all STAR MEAT MARKET

And feel very strongly, that this Integration in the other southern roads lead to WFAB.NBC, the
particular blind spot in Chris states. Token integration has fabulous one in Miami.

tlan practices has done just as taken place in Florida, In Georg.la For your fab gift and gab 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
much to lower American prestige in North Carolina. But at the your fab grab bags guys and
in other countries as the violent rate this has been going on it gate, dear hearts and vender tab .
people dig the music with the .
acts of fanatical (segregationists would take years and years to A
accomplish the mandateof beat as you pat your feet; you
Not all ministers are contentto finally too from the cool school Dig
sit back and disregard one of I the Supreme Court. Time Damito Jo and be in the fab THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
out it has almost run
the most pressing problems in can run ; know, away from the snow.

oar country today the fight of out fantlcal Enough said let's drop this o
the Negro for first-class citlien. segrega. lead until the next edition of
ship. I am especially reminded tionists, expedient southern po. your favorite weekly but
and Fresh Meat-Low Prices.
leaders race
Utica! ,
strongly fab it
of one man, a true Christian of federal breaking news as
I hatred, plus defiance
who practices what he preaches. happens
Ills name is The Reverend William court orders are not Justice the means and Read all about it in the Times. I L... ... ...L ""- L... ... ... ... ...... ... l
to happy ending.
Sloan Coffin, Jr., nephewof I right can be too long disregard.ed "
the famous Protestant theologian
of law and
and the flaunting
Henry Sloan Coffin; a
veteran of World War II, chap.lain order In this does time not of help crisis.our It country makesus For The Finest Apartments at Moderate RatesCallBONDED
of Yale and a
University; more vulnerable to outside
member the Peace Corps Ad
criticism and alienates the 'very
\lsory Council: countries whose friendship and

t trust we need so desperately. As
The Reverend Coffin was one :
The Rev. William Coffin has rst !
of the group of white theology to be continually embarrassed
professors and three Negro stu.
said: "I think the U. S. is going
dents who took a Freedom Ride. until it desegregates completely,"
The group was arrested in Mont.
gomery, Alabama and Rev. Cof. t I I'' .RENTAL

fin was later released on ball. Support The NAACP
This courageous minister feels

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ROBINSON MAKES HALL bowlers on special nights will be'

OF PARIS ON FIRST TRY Announced later. Bowlers .should Oscar L. Range funeral Home
'The Stilt'Chamberlain
.A: nil come out and enjoy this The amazing
It could not have happenedto wholesome recreation and If you is the star of the
such recognition. ':. can't bowl like the rest of us, we Miller Brewing Co.'s recently released M. Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range, Mgr.
gFo"to'" be so honored M it all can learn.EXCELSIOR i film, "The 11th Annual
should be ball pleyeri: ;ballplayer NBA All-Star Basketball Game." 5727
a N.yV17th
TOP:TEN in the ,. A- e.
should be the onlY. .end Other featured players f
1', John Marshall 176 movie include Elgin Baylor, Oscar
to receive sue hrecognltioa.
9. James Mitchum 172 Robertson and Bill Russell.In OX 1.0131 '. / OX, 1-4343
These remake were all'-aimed, 8. Ted Potter 170 the film, the all-stare of the ..
at'the : one and only Incomparable .. Dennis Peak' '1.1.. v>,::*, "/ 170 East whip the best from the r 1 J. 1 .. T 1
Jackie Robinson ,wbd') this 5. Wilton Cox 170 West in the pro league. Prints of
.w *k '''completed the long- and 8. Gary James 170 the half-hour color film are
'arduous trek from obscurity to, 7, James Terry 169 available free of charge from the OX .1-9151 Nite 634-3193
the heights of baseball tame'' 8. John L. Edwards 169 Miller Brewing Co. of Milwaukeeto
Vhen" he'was elected to th<| Hall P. Druce McCord 160 social, civic, church and fraternal For Funerals You Can Afford Call .

of/Fame.. 10. Willie Nicholson 160 groups.Broward.
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got the tongue lashing of the chairman for the March of Dimesin 'Cover ,Caskets $126 up
elected to this
p'fesa, was high Carver Ranches, wishes to
honor'on his first eligible ap. sale, 'rent or lease I thank the cochairmen, Mrs.
tl>earance for aelectlon. This Fully Equipped Peoples Ferguson, Mrs. Ella M. Metal Caskets $499 up
would attest to the standard he I Glover, Mrs. Jenkins, Mrs. Perry
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Marching Mothers for their co. Business Managers! William Norwood
look with pride and see a Negro or a special sale bar operation. Willie Williams
enter the Hall of Fame, what' gain.
Carver Ranches
more he Is a gentleman, a great collected
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ROGER MARLS RECEIVES avenue. Was successfully tea will be given at the home

IIICKOK AWARD going business. Previous of Mrs. Jestlna Barr, 5028 SW Brand New Homes I
closed 20th St., West Hollywood, Sun.
owner only because
Roger Marls, New York day, 3 p.m. Please come and en-
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the Wilt Philadelphia the Stilt Chamberlain Warriors has of TV Service PL 1-8381 Calls $1" w 5 0 BARON JE 8.1340 JE 2-4343

widened hla scoring lead In the New Brownie flash camera $6.50
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Chamberlain has tallied 3,541 Repair.and sell TV's, radios and hi-fis

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'Patterson and his manager Authorized Factory TV Repair and Sales Co. I "

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