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: February 10, 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
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00303

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39TH YEAR, No. 24 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1962 16 PAGES 10 cents I:

I Two Men Killed As, : 1. ,/ ( MURDER SUSPECT'' :' : ,1

Car Leaves ExpresswayTwo ,' ,, 'Jji. NABBED ON BUSTwo Ii,

men were killed In ft spec bridge overpass spanning N.W. .f" : '. ...."<..:' ,.'\." i.: ., :\;:, men wanted for fatally beat William- (Junior)' Jennings,,' 26 !r
tacular1 traffic accident Saturday :I 25th St :, r" .,"'':,.. ..'..:1., :; .' "" ":; others card player and injuring two also a farm laborer, was taken off I
evening. Wilson Jones 38, from Chicago, :) ';WI c' .' ::,,''',.1.: ",.;t,. ,':. ..:.:. with clubs at a cafe in a bus Saturday in Perrine as he
t t, t.'. ,I Goulds Jan. 29 have been nabbed tried to
; get awiy,
The men died At the Palmetto and James Smith 30. from New 7 : ,' : by Metro I
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fiipmswfly and N.W. 25th St Orleans were Instantly ) : :.. I They were charged with first de-t,
when their car 'cr hp" thm i.,h Both men were grooms at Hialeah \ : :ii'1'1li'!\ ,, .: Leevert Al- murder in :
\ ; gree the death of Robert
twr1 opening between the double* and' lived fit the race track. ,......'; \!;\., ''w",, ; .. ins a' farm laborer; was arrested Mills, 36, 21415 8W,. 120th ,Aw.
,1 "'i (in a Deerfield Beach apartment I Both men are from.Liber Mo.
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; Negro Vote 'Vital' .:

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In an article captioned "Negro r
ad a Vote May Be Vital," Charles lies.
.. P House Fight ter. "Miami Dally News" Political AKA OBSERVES
Writer, called attention this week
Alpha Delta\ Chapter of the to the part the Negro can play in FOUNDER'S' DAY '

The House Education -And Laor .. Nan nl.t 'Sorority' of ,Phi Delta the current race for Congress

'> Committee, Wednesday approved kappa proudly presents 04 Us I "Miami's Negro community SUNDAY '
and sent on to an uncertain /
contribution to the 'cultural
fate a Fair Employment growth and enjoyment of Mia. aid he, "has a long memory and Mrs. Florence Small, head ot the
Practices Din to ban job discrimination ... iwnlder"ble voting strength That Department of Education at Beth. 1
i because of, race, re. mans a native son of the South (Mil ,make at least one aspect of uneCookman College will {IN the
who Is well known in musical:
llglon natlona} origin ,or ace, circles throughout Continental the race for Congress in NorthDado's i guest speaker at the Founder's

I The measure long sought! by United States. Europe and South' District new Third."Congressional : Day Observance Sunday, Februgr/.
interesting Continuing for Gamma Zeta
Omega Chap.
would set 111
civil rUhts advocates,
: America he said: "Of the district's approxi. of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority;,
commission appointed by the I
up a Rawn Spearman, baritone Is tnately 200,000 voters about I
The to which the public
President to alleged program
being presented In recital by Al- Negroes. This could be decisive
are .
discrimination airalnst workers I is invited, will be held at St.John's
pha Delta Chapter at the Dade
|tn a close contest"The
Institutional Churchat
by companies, unions or govern Baptist
County on Thul'll'day
REV. W. MASON\ pastor of l'iew ment 'agencies. It could RO to evening, March 8 at 8:30: leading Democratic contend. 4:00: p.m. All local presidents
Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Ilialeah, federal court for orders enfore. o'clock. I ers for the position are Claude of Greek-letter organizations will
and St John Baptist Church, Sunny fJ\'C'< \ Us findings and for penall. Pepper, former U. S. Senator: be honored at ,that time for their
Mr, Spearman, graduate of
... Haven'died"suddenly at home, ties.. the ,Florida A and a M University State Senator W C. Herrell and contributions to the cultural and
3101 NW. 50th Si en Tuesday. The bill, which; cleared the Edoeatlon -' Metro Commissioner Charles. Hall. civic development the communi
Feb. 6.; He I is survived by (hi*, widow and'_.Labof Committee: haufiad of many experience In the ty. Also featured on the program
f MrSllyMajon; tour sons, with little difficulty faces', stiff field music honors and, as and'a awtrdreonferVed ranirhaaltad ...The writer pave a brief summary, will be mudcsl'selccttena, from the
five daughters, one brother.And Opposition in the House 1 Rales many him. of the political"records of the'candidates varlour sororities. (Ushers for the
numerous.-other relatives. Funeral Comtjnttee. Supporters opnftde upon as related to the Negro occasion will be from each fraternity
services will conducted Mbflday they 'Cannot; win Rules Committee An' account: of Mr. Spear. and concluded that Pepper "shon'vi 4
'1:00 pint at St John '.,Baptist\ approval without one or two man'0 life and Press quotes will be the favorite to raoture able Mrs Edna J. William' Is basileus
Church 6f which, Rev. Thedford. OOP votes to offset ;Southern appear/ in subsequent Issues of malorlty of the Third Dlxtricff and Mrs. Bernice.M. Cox:,chairman ..
Johnson Is pastor Democratic opposition the Miami Time. colored vote. I I of the Founder's Day Committee. Mrb .



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r Members of the Rational right, assistant secretary) of phy III, Afro-American 'Newspapers i Diana Tschursln. Ton De f5n Shaw, CUr nc* Sbaw' A* o !*tee;.
,. Newspaper Publishers! Association Army; Frank D. Reeves, Demo. In right photo, George L. : Company, while In photo at far John Beagstacke. Miss K.*rtj,
cratlc National Coqllqllt man Assistant Secretary ( John H-ttorpbr HI Freeaufe...
P Weaver right right. Lt Mss H Kendri* Jr. *
attending their annual mM- and, Miss Jeanne Belle, hostets.At If a r r a y,. Murray Broth
Labor for InUrnatlon- Coco-Cola
of Co.
Conference last week-end serves era Printers; Otis N. Thompson ,
winter ot the Washington, (op center President John al Affair, engrosses from left, Sheila Peters and Barbara president. Capital Frets Club, ;
D.were C guests Chapter, National AssQeto'tloa P Kennedy reads Inscription on D. C. Judge Andrew, Howard Wright FetenuWrigbt, School James Bud Ward, Carnation Co.,
of Market JXrteiopens ,.t'a NNPA Rueswnrra.: Award givento Mrs. Katie Wl lekbam. president, of Dance and Nettie Anthony of I and NAMD executive, director.
Andrew Hatcher. Associate National Beauty Culturists League ChicagoIn
fl'.,' reception In the WhIte ; (House Press Secretary and Mrs. Aretha McKinney, I Kneeling Burt Jackson, :New
; ,;.;r Hotel (center glasses) .by.. Mr.,rSeng.' Embassy of Viet Nam. center photo are members ot I I Dunbar' Hotel; Otesr Haynes,
"' In top ph tD... left John H. staeke land. NNPA.tnembcr.i John sponsoring committee 4.ft to'' Christian Brothers Wines;
Sengstaeke, third from left, Klrkpatrlck, left. East Bt Louis In bottom row left photo. right, standing, Ernest Thomas Tlpton. president. Wa.h.Initon .
NNPA president and head of the (III.). Crusader; E. Washington MOM H. Kendrick;, D.C.,.PRman PepsUCola; Bob HamPI"1 I chapter NAMD, Miss 8.Xendrlt .
Defender Publications Chicago, Rhodes. second from right, Phil'1 and TMeptfon chairman,*' chats Hamm'e Beer; Theodore I. : Jr.,. Coco-CoIa and Lloyd
Is regaled by Roy K. Davenport, adelphta. Tribune, and John liDr.AI. I with Ronald MacArthur and Miss New' Dunbar Hotel; Clarence Z. Genus, P, Ballantlne and Bone 7


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BROTHERHOOD WEEK A World Wide Fellowship of ruled Tuesday District that Court funeral of Appeal homesare

PeopleIn "businesses, not professions"and
an extensive interview today as such, have a general rightto
THEME IS EMPHASISCitizens advertise.The .
OOMMUNITY NIGHT Nelson L. Adams, General
board had Issued an order
Chairman of the approaching
of Washington Heightsand standing business men and individuals restricting funeral home advertising .
adjacent areas are invited to of the community, the pro- YMCA Membership Enrollment, to three column Inches in a
witness the third annual Brother- gram is designed to foster better pointed out that "the YMCA is a newspaper, and further restricting
hood Week program Friday, Feb human relations through under dynamic lay association of voluntary the contents to the name, address
ruary 16, at Booker T. Washington standing. members cooperating to pro- and telephone number of a funeral
High School. Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor of vide for themselves and others, home
The program> presented jointlyby Greater Bethel A.M.E. Church is clubs, camps, athletics, interest The court ruled the board's action -
} the human relations elapses, the speaker for the occasion. groups, leadership for youth, and was unconstitutional and held
Emma Lazarus Cultural Center Greetings will be extended by opportunity for service." the only limits on advertising by
and Inter-racial Mother's Club will Mr. Anthony E. Gardiner, principal funeral homes are "misleading or
feature the Booker T. Washington of Booker T. Washington High He pointed out further that "the inaccurate in any material particular.
Chorus and community participants School; Mrs. Zena Posever, repre- YMCA Is operated by its members, ."
This promises to be a heart- sentative from the Women's Inter- who,elect the board and serve on
national League for Peace and committees. "It is financed pri-
warming Freedom; Mrs. Esther Feldman, marily by dues of members, program Henry Glover, top A and R
by many of the out. originator of the annual programand fees and United Fund appropriations. man of Roulette Records, NYC, REDUCE E Z

Mrs. Lena Ray, representativesfrom ." famous for such artists aa Bill Lose 20 pounds weekly.
the Emma Lazarus Center. Bradshaw, Willie Effective medication, In
interest Dogett, Tiny
"Depending on your
To Hold Mrs. Rose Denzig will be guest I
Legion Mr. Adams said, "You jections. Physician spec
soloist. Mrs. Posever, who is a and needs, .John, Lucky Milllnder and many
sculptor, will also give a demonstration may be a Friend of Youth or Sus. others, spent a pleasant week at ializing.FR
Midwinter Conference of her work. taining member or a Participating the Hampton House. His latest 3.2748
Other participants expected to member. In either case leadershipor you may discovery, King Twist (Sax Karl) 1545 SW tat St.
The American Legion William appear are Nat Sarota and Lillian lust be a partner through your is breaking sales records on the
Henry Bethel Post No. 281 and the Novokoff, creative folk dancers. dues." Eastern and Western coasts.
Auxiliary of Richmond Heights, Mrs. Mayme E. Williams will pre Hampton House manager Harold Drive
Will be host to the Midwinter Con- side.The I Mr. Adams stressed the point, Kemp greets the great Glover. Carefully!
ference and Constitution By-Laws entire Miami citizenry is that you or your fellowmembersat .
that will be held in Richmond invited to attend this unique pro- the YMCA will, through your __ ; MTV
Heights Sunday, February 11, at gram. A similar program will be membership, strengthen the "Y" Service Calls iff 1 C ft
Mrs. Aranha's Nursery or Tiny presented February 13 at the Emma Program, build character, contri- I
Tots Nursery at Bethune Drive. Lazarus Center, Miami Beach. bute to inter-faith understanding, PL 1-8381 MyDO ]
Mrs. Henrietta Sweeting and Rev. cooperate with church, home,
You are cordially invited to attend W. F. Savoy, the Booker T. Wash school, help maintain our American New Brownie Hash camera $6.50 j
this affair. We are askingall ington Choral group and Mrs. ideals, and speed World
and sell TV's radios and hi-fis 1
veterans to join us in our drive Mayme E. Williams will partici Brotherhood.The Repair ,

There will be officers to give pate. first meeting of all workersin Also new electric heaters $6.00
you information for becoming a the Enrollment will be held ALL OUR SALES AND REPAIRS GUARANTEED ]
Legionnaire, so join us and make this Monday, February 12, 1962 at FREE DELIVERY ]
our community a strong one in Your club meeting this week 7:30: pjn. at the YMCA. All per
which to live. In unity there is After its over sons interested in being a partnerin Know your TV man and save money j
strength.All Bring the gang down to the this
I great cause are requested
Satellite Lounge and completejour to atter.'l: JOE SCOTT \
members are asked to be after the
meeting... 923 N.W. 62nd Street PL 1.8381 {
present at this affair. We wantto Always a pleasant atmosphere.Your .
show your community what the Host, Dill HarrU Support The NAACP Authorized Factory TV Repair and Sales Co. ]

American are also serving Legion food stands and for.refresh We -.....................................- .

ments. ; so please do not disappointus. ANDREWS' JEWELERS I

Please contact the ;
Legionnaires concerning member
ship: Joseph Steward, Post Com 40 YeaN In Business
mander, 14660 Filmore St., CE All work guaranteed 1
5-1456; or Edward Hanna, Jr., FR 3-0152 >
14780_ Tyler St., CE 5-1283; or
Murray James, Jr., 14380 CarverDr. 303 N.W. 2nd Ave.

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116th Birthday
; SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1962 PAGE 3 Dear Sir:
We're asking a littlo information
Still Going StrongMrs. about Johnny and Laura Luzao,
They were running a dining t'oem
at the Booker Terrace Hww.u*
Patay Evans!, well known Crusade For Voters January of 1961. We

Miami mother of 1732 NW 6th they ran it for about know
Court, celebrated her 116th birth. They were originally
day on Sunday-yes, her 116th cago.
SuccessfulFor We know they are not there
birthday .on Sunday. And what a Kick-off
time it was. now but do you have any way )ffinding
out where they are? If
Born of slave parents in Me the second consecutive each Sunday at 5:30 and Join. the you do. we will be glad to pay for
Grayrille, Georgia on February week citizens of Dade County met voter registration drive. this information, +
4, 1846, Mrs. Evans has lived in Otis James, chairman One of your customers,
and by voice approval' Indicated
Alonzo Brown,
Miami SInce 1927. She is the mo
Milton llendrlckfl,
that they want a better, type political
225 S. 17th Ave.
ther of 19 children, 6 of whomare coordinates
leadership and a larger Maywood, Ill.
Mill alive, including throe
voice in the political affairs of Mi.
daughters who also live in Ml. ..
amt and Dade County.
ami and three sons, who live .
elsewhere.Her At the first organizational
meeting for the coming voter
three daughters are: Mme registration drive that was heldat
Maria Washington of 1724 N W the Liberty City headquarters,
6th Court, Henrietta Milton .of 6182 NW 17th Avenue, Father
1717 NW 6th Court, and Annie Thedore Gibson and others that
Lee Butler, who is the youngestof Included many of our solid citizens ;+
all of the children, and lives asked that we have an all i r a
with her mother. out effort for this coming cam.
paign. A discussion period was
Mrs. Evans has five genera .__. held to better acquaint the audience
tlons of offsprings including: -- -
with the work tbat bas been
children, grand-children, great Miss Irene Manning:, daughterof I accomplished to date.
grandchildren, great great grand Mrs. Corene Manning of 1436
of thedepartment Charles Had ley, Dr. Clarence [i4i3kk\\%
children and .great great greatgrand.children. NW 69th St.of la In Tonography charge at Hogan and Otis James served as '
a panel to discuss registration, ;
Memorial Hospital
Despite her advanced age, Mrs. Jackson her office In the the coming election, purpose and
moved Into new
end results of successful drive.
Evans remains considerable active Institution of a
Dascom Palmer Eye Father Gibson in brief but in.
in her everyday life.
Is also i W' MIt
the blind Miss Manning formative talk -pointed out singular :
A special party in her honor assisting In the research In elec. needs that we as a group
was held Sunday afternoon at toretlnagraphy (the function of should do to be accepted in the
her home. A large number of relatives the retina.) political hierarchy of Dade County ,
and friends attended the She obtained a B. S. degree In .
and extended education from Lin. 1
party birthday elementary hri
It the
was agreed by group
greetings to Mrs. Evans. Special coin' University in Jefferson City, that we will meet each and every
guests on the occasion wero the Mo.:, Sunday until after the registration .
Six Trumpets, who sang Mrs. ,After completing four yeans at drive is over. Teams from
Evans' favorite songs. A lovely Lincoln she acquired her trainingIn this organization will move
repast was served and enjoyedby the field of aphythalmology throughout the County under the
all present. from Washington University direction of Chas. Hadley organizational .
School of Medicine at Bern's hos director to set up officesto
pital In St. Louis, Mo. register the many unregistered s _
Who Will be Miss persons In Dade County.
We Invite you to be present .,
Jabberwock? Boca Ralon University -- -----._. S MK.

-- ---- --,- Gels UnderwayThe "BARRY MANOR .
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Florida Cabinet launched *tu
Boca Raton University Tuesdty
with a $110,750 appropriation.Gov. YOU

Farris Bryant said the early 2 Bedroom ApU. In Fine Whiskey .

!, start was possible .because a private 2 Entrances
'campaign In Palm Beach Free Water FLEISCHMANN'S J.f .
County raised $08,000 in pledges Free Stove :
so far

At the same meeting: the cabinet Free Newly Refrigerator Painted IstheBlOboyl! I7le I Itellyouwhy.
set $16,000 a year as the presi
dent's starting salary The business Near Hospital And Store. tdllplMtllk
manager will earn $10,600. JUST $17 per week
NISIis; will

3200 N.W. 47th St.
where she is a member of the !

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club. 18

tat Church and is secretary of Drive Carefully! THE FLEISCHMANN DISTILLING CORPORATION, NIW YORK CITY/
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in cookingJacquelyn
Mr and Mrs. Jack Green proves I hopes to attend
that beauty and brains are in. college and become a teacher.
I separable. Jacqueline is a seniorat Good luck Jacqueline and may LINCOLN FIELDS
Northwestern Sr. High School all of your dreams come true.


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Last week we were ,pleased to Religious" Supplies
note the elevation of Harvey '

Russell to vice president of the 4421 N. W.. 17th Ave.
Russell is a native
Main Offlle at 0740' N.W. 15th Avenue-fhone OX 1:0421 Pepsi-Cola
Branch at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami FlonMa-.rhone+ JJR 8.29.1 of Louisville, Ky. '. Bibles and Church Supplies

H. K. SIGISMUND KKBVES, Editor and Publisher Clergy Shirts, and Collars
REBVES! Managing Editor
GAKT1I 0. This week we note with ple-
at tbe 1'ost Office asure that Lt Commander Choir" Robes, Caps and Accessories
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 102T Samuel L. Gravely Jr., of Rich.
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 3, 1870SUBSCRIPTION
mond, Va., is now commanderof Religious Music; and Hymnals
'a. United States destroyer eft.
ONE mAn $:s.OO SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN fO.OO cort Falgout at Pearl' Harbor. I..t.: Masonic and Eastern Star Supplies
r -- Gravely, 39, enlisted in the
Navy In' 1942 attended t Mid. PHONE 635-7913
Capital And Labor Open The Door shlpman School at Columbia

This is very 'good, news On Wednesday in the University in 1943.
state dining room' of the White Howe 34 of our country Prior to this promotion he d <=<"
that their firms will was executive officer on the
largest contractors ,signed guarantees Destroyer Theodore E. Chand New Entertainment Policy
give equal job opportunities to workers regardless of I ler.
race, creed, color or national origin. This action was
brought .about by the Committee on Equal Employment : Savoy Satellite .
Opporunities under the chairmanship of Vice President Kelsey .Pharr of Washingtonand Lounge
Lyndon Johnson. The Vice President said that these Miami, spent five days in
number of companies Adopting the voluntary Miami on a business trip. His "OUT OF THIS WORLD"
brought to 62 the ; eye operation has been a cue-
"Plan Tor Progress" program fulfilling his com cess and he is doing nicely.
mittees initial goal. 6222 N.W. 7th AVENUE

He also announced that the committee, of which
Here are some of the companies
Labor Secretary Arthur J. Goldberg is vice chairman, was that signed up in Wash Appearing Every Nite!
obtaining non-discrimination guarantees from labor ington this week to hire work.
unions. era regarrdleas of color.

'President Kennedy praised the companies for their Chrysler Corp, Collins Radio .
action and said that "signing those voluntary agreements Co., Bendlx Corp., American SENSATIONAL j1flji
Machine and Cur.
Wright, Ford Motor Corp.,
tremendous cause." International Harvester, Inter Dottie & MopDUDLEY : :

These progressive moves should ,be an ,incentive to national Telephone, and Telegraph '
Garrett Corp., Affiliate
'our young people to prepare themselves for the opportunities Kaiser' Companies, Continental F" i; lliiORGANTRUMPET
that are now opened .for qualified people regardless Motors Grumman Aircraft Ry- ,
Airways Newport News
knocks at your door. Open it and let. it an Aeronautical Co., Republicand Ship.
in. Dry Dock Co., World Airways
Philco Corp. Donnell
METRO'S PROBLEMSMetro Aircraft, Goodyear TJre Co. Continuous Entertainment Never An AdmissionEvery'

commissioners and County Manager Irving about Sport the fans Florida'are talking A and much M Sunday Afternoon 1 p.m. to 7p.m.
McNayr have worked) out a two and-a-half million dollar University coming to Miami fora
recreational program for unincorporated :areas of.the track meet with the Univer. *
slty of Miami team on Feb' 17.
county.The Miami's Most Unique Cocktail Lounge
plan calls for building seven swimming pools ata Congratulations on your 116th .t
cost of $400,000; two nine-hole golf courses at'Baker's birthday Mother Patsy. You *&g&2&KZ&::: < Haulover Beach and Greynolds Park, $325,000 ; development I have been blessed with old age. GotSomething\ 'to Sell?' ? ? Try a Times Classified Ad

of neighborhood parks and boating facilities. 1
The money is to be borrowed from the First National ,
Bank of Miami and repaid with..income from the Florida, I I I
Power and Light Co. franchise, tax. <

Reporting the Metro Commission this week Man Jazz Concert
ager McNayr said ten'-additional officers were being :

added to the 11 already working, tracking down delinquent -
traffic violators including unpaid parking tick I I
ets. There are'now 26,000, who have disregarded;, bench .
warrant. Ha recommended l that the commissionauthor-; .: : ". .iLL EVERY SUNDAY ,<< -'
ize reinstatement' of a Metro court administrative order : I

which would require motorists charged with a moving .
violation 'to'post' bond or voluntarily surrender their I 11- t
driver's license until they had appeared in court. I v ." ; :/ .
A Startling New Concept in Big Band Jazz :''';?':;l"+" I.
But Metro's ,biggest headache is the bus strike' now < .
two weeks pld, and still not settled. The county commissioners STARRING THE I.I I.

have decided to take over the Pawley bus lines I
and bring in new drivers. The union resents such action Modern Jazz
Orchestra .
and, warns it might bring about a general strike. I :
Metro plans running the busses on Friday. t ,

Thomas Kelly wants more men in his depart FEATURING 15 PIECES I
ment. He now has 700 with Dad& ,County's growthof ,
over a million. ,W'e can understand the situation, not '
only does he need more police officers, he is now calling: I .. Charles Austin, Sax John Giorgini, Trumpet '
for volunteer firemen. : "
The sheriff will recruit and train 100 firemen as vol o Bill Ladley, Drums Bill Christ, Bass .V 'I..
unteers. He blames this condition on the shortage of funds. I
He could hire the men but.there is no money to pay them. I I Buzzy Mills, Trumpet j
:: :. \.
Retired policemen .or, men qualified by military experience ...,::0, o .' :; syt. : I.k. :
the sheriff.will be considered after"careful screening' ,,said I f"' ., .; \;.H.. 4 ")"' 'f..Jf',,<..\. ,.'''''}t).. "'
i If these>officers are needed the city.should find some AT THEHAMPTON ,
way,for paying their salaries.INTERRACIAL. .
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1 Biggest news of the week, is that among loan : :
associations approved by the Federal Home Loan Bank
Board are six for Dade,County one of them the Franklin I
Federal, is an jnterracial institution. Its president will be I 4200 N.W.. 27th AVENUE '. I II
Billy Eugene Miller, a Miami builder. I r
Negro members of the bank tare Dr. Nathaniel Col- I

son, Rev. Edward T. Graham, Otis James, past manager t '
Afro-American Ins. Co., Atty. Henry Arrington and W. 4 P.M. to B P.M. Doors Open 3 P.M.
C. ..Cogdell, principal of, B6thune Elemehtary School. I '

814 NW The 2nd location Ave.will be at the Longshoreman. building, I ADMISSION $1.25 1 : .. 'NO MINORS

". This is another progressive step for Negroes in :MI- I j
ami and we offer congratulations.

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akt.i Sptctaf; Bays FromA.
i Two side by ide rooming

; Place At Scott Housilg BEN. KORI, Realtor houses. Lots 100 x 100. 27 CHEA.FJiiT: APT, IN : TQWN,
renting rooms, plus apart.
What promises to be another 2644. N.W-t3Dd St. ment for owner Stove and Plenty roonVlc. sleep 6 or more -- Abe i ii \
joyous night of family fun will be \ ",
OX 1.9372 regrigerator in most' of the .
Unfurnished \;
the wildly anticipated program to ', room.
be at the James E. Scott Community 0 A" month, bedroom rooms. Income very good,
Center on the night of February "IS.' Nylon carpelPiviUl larwjB to wall, must sell on account of ill. Hot and, cold water. supplied $16 aweek;
14 :at 8:00: p.m. for a successful lovely home. Only 0350 down. ness. Reasonable offer will '' "
evening of fun, Laughter and,tears, I be considered. NW 2nd :23tNW? 56th Street ,
please don't fail to miss this treat. I s r
Some very talented boys and girls S'1 bedroom CHS. A"home for I Ave. down town. Call FR \
are going to be there as the curtain children. Complete fence, awn': 1.158'any time.
goes up to give you a night of enjoyment I Ings, barbecue pit.' $400 down .. _. '
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and they are asking noth I --- --- --- -- -- if
but your presence. 'J Applied Christianity Temples Inc.
Large 2 bedroom, beautlfuliiyyont
William II. Washington, / need, wall to1 wall carpet,
Cultural Specialist furnished with everything you Presents
need, wall to wall carpet, carport, N.w +

...111\11/INN J..............NN/N\\///NI Supreme Bishop _
Ftlallhev/s Is Coral BrownavilleCorporation .w

IV. S/AlfS/
Gables Youth Speaker

The Man of Deliverance +
Clifford R. Matthews, Sr., well is-now open for business. ,
known teacher of Social Studies Buying anything of value, From Coast to Coast Ft .
and Superintendent of Sunday t :
School at the Church of the Open property, contracts, equity, DH. J.. LUCY Feb. _
OP GUKKNVILLK, 8. 0. 11 Thru 23
Door (Congregational), will be
mortgages, buildings, tax .
Guaranteed success Have your
guest speaker on Sunday February
11th at 7:00: p.m. at the Coral sale certificate. loved ones strayed from you? Is At TheREVELATION ha .:
Gables Congregational Church. According your home unhappy? Do y 01
to Mr. Marsh, the young I LEND OR ADVANCE need. money? Are you living un. HOLINESS CHURCH
people of the church look forward : tier crossed conditions? Do you 514 N.W. 6th Street
to a real treat in hearing a dynamic MONEY want peace of mind? Do you
I want to conquer! your enemies? INT. BISHOP W. L. LOCKETT, Minister
orator and a well known community (Also repairing)
leader. If so make an appointment| with SERVICES Ul GIN 8 P.M. NIGHTLY
EVERYTHING IS HHV. DR. J. LUCY Spiritual advice dally 10 to lli .
a.in noon a to 0 p.m.A
For the past four years Mr\ Matthews No charge if I fall. For home
has been in demand as a CONFIDENTIALCa11691.5851 troubles! love affairs and luck, $ Hotel Sherman, 405 NW 4th St., Phone FK 0.1751
speaker on many interracial oc K. Albany, Ga. Whatever your,problem may DC through the power of (lo*'and
casions. His topic,.upon requestfor r> UC1 NW 70th Street
your It can bo solved
this occasion, is "A View on Miami Florida
Integration." ...........................................Nh Phone OX 1.7840 S&ft AitthMggg IS



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RAY Manager Clyde Killens of the popular

D kola
a Knight Beat Club, announced recently
As Madam Effie
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Throckbottom SNEED that he is well pleased with the

Staton advance reservations for Dakota Staton.
;:" SHE'LL REALLY 'r. Twister

;: WITH HER BAND SEND 'YOUI'! Himself He alto says "thanks" to his fine patrons;

:; DIRECT FROM THE f for making{ his Tuesday Nite Amateur:
Southerland Lounge .:t1";j'" P .w

f Chicago, 111.rf TWO SHOWS NITELY -10:30,1:30 Show and Thursday Nite Ladies' Nite,

You'll Love Her Songs made for specific the greatest niteclub attractions on the
'>,,' Recently returned from a Reservations must; a

\:.uhcceaafuhl Midwest appeared tour- show, and will be good for that show Gold Coast. Killens promises to continue. '
:''leading night clubs Miss only. Doors open 8:30.Admission to bring only I the best for his patrons, at

.Staton will be making her Door $3.00 i"+
Advance $2.50
:-first appearance in Miami. : all times. (i
Hear her sing as only sh. k.
: For Reservations phone FR 3-3381 "rt
.can sing.


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27th Ave. at 54th St.NEVER .


Good thru February 10th, Wel/er's/ AG Store Only/ FRYERS Z7tLB.

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T BONE STEAK Ib 790 Hamburger 29. 3 i: I II


BACON 2 lbs X1.19Sirloin Pig Feet 10C.rS' !


Steak Ib 59C Bound Steak 690 '

"""' -- iii LB
Morton's I
Shortening 3/bs/
Slab Bacon 29*

3 for 25
Baby Food 6 for 590
1 lB. FOLGER'SALL Pillsbury j


GRINDS (With $S order)
3 for $1.00iWeCosi

I / Payroll Checks Cold Beer At All. Times 0 Open 24 Hours A Day i I l
Tomatoes 10 for $1.00 CARROTS 104

12 oz.FRESHUKE .
Peas, Corn, String Beans CELERYt::;t; lOc
6 for $1.00WHITE .:'.J">r,'.

ORANGES doz., 294
HOUSE 300 CANApple
Sauce 70 for $1.00
LEMONS doz 290


Southeast Scout THE MIAMI TIMES ,- MfAtyl/ FLORIDA. ,-
Leaders CitedA SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 1962 PACE 1

RE55 number of well known Boy ,uUIt
Scout leaders of the Southeast
Florida area, were signally hOn. ( : know we are on the rlht road.
ored by the South Florida The signposts on thin Mm show
Council No. 84 of the Boy Scouts PUN PHUNBy love potato to heave
ARCHIE of America and held In deluxe
sky room of the DuPont Plaza PAIL OSSOFER In the same chapter of lit
FINDER! OX" Hotel In Miami. r PI John, we learn "If a mans says,
The leaders were presented a I love God, and hateth his -brother .
.> a variety of awards tor out. I like to think of our journey he is a liar, for he that
>IIJ< 'JIV! ...,.. standing services in the 'field of through life as a long motor trip. loveth not him brother whom he
Had a ehat with Miami's man able Rev. Graham officiated at Boy Scout work I picture the body as being the hath seen, how can he love God
about town, Mayor Charles Had the Installation at the home of The top award of the group the fuel Whom he hath not seen?"
the mind
vehicle, as
its president, Mrs. Billy Pitts.
ley, his efforts to get registration the Silver Beaver, was present. This evidence that tile
the carbu. lives
Over 60 attended tank and the heart as
ed the Rev. A. F. Hooper, pastor
books In. Richmond Heightsand ,of Cornish Memorial AME I retor. To guarantte a cafe trip, road to heaven la the road of
the surburban areas are Mrs Mable. Daniels Is recup. Zion Church of Key West we must allow Christ to be our brotherly love. If we do not love
about to reap !Some fruit, much Who te our brother, we are going In the
driver, guides ua our
has been said about the books grating, at home eye augeryat Robert L. Clark Sr., of Miami,
eternal destiny.To wrong direction, and In our
Jackson Memorlall1ospltalla&tweek. was presented the Executive
coming to this area and voting
Board blindness, we have failed to no'
headquarters being established.So Others Award. begin this journey, we tlce that It Is the ego, and let
far only areas like the receiving awards were must fill the tank (mind) with Christ at the steering wheel.
Helgths would assist him. He as. THE MOST TALKED about Sgt. Den S. Williams of the that high test fuel, (God'a love,)
spot in town Is Clyde Killen's Homebtead Air Force Base, who
auras such reaction come elec. through the heart, that spiritual
tion the books will be open for (The Glass) Knight Beat whereE was presented the Compass'ward carburetor which enable God's Your club meeting this week-
registration real aooa. Lob, Forman, local song bird ; Rev. Edward T. Graham, love to power the spirit, (our
that rates top billing the past and Herbert L. Williams, ScoutMaster motor; ) If our hearts do not After its over
two weeks; Dakota Staton opens of Troop 56 of Mt. Zion open to allow love to flow Bring the gang down to the
r:. ;Lt weekend at the N. B., known both of whom were also present. through we break down beforewe Satellite Lounge and complete
THE SPORTSMEN CLUB Just for outstanding artists and en. ed the Compass award; and jour evening after the meeting.
know how to come on. That tertainment The Pope Tay- Herbert Ammons. another Scout. can start our trip. Always a pleasant atmosphere.Your .
Square Circle Club, everybodywho lor Quintet is swinging and master who received the Statuette The filling stations on the roadof Hofit, Bill tarns
attended their 21it anniversary twisting at Club Mi's 12th Frame award. destiny are the Holy. Scrip -
! ball had a "ball", and guess Lounge featuring with Pops on Among distinguished vistors to tures. Here we absorb the price
what? They are busy planning drums is Archie McCoy, former. the affair were Harry Haysheet' less fuel of life. Let UB nil up FOR SALE NEW
their Spring affair for March ly with Loyd Price and Cheater of New Brunswick, N. J., national now: In tat John, 4:7-8, we
Don't miss it Another out- Washington, tenor sax. Archie, : assistant director of Vol. find, "Beloved let us love one 3 & 4 BEDROOM
standing men' club will be mail former Duke Jenkins drummer, unteer Training for Boy Scouts anether; for love Is of God, and HOMESSee
ing Invites to their annual promat rates tops billing on the skins Approximately 43 Negroes at- everyone that loveth Ls born of
Bayfron t Park auditorium. tended: the affair, which was the God and knoweth God. lie that them, corner
Strictly formal Support the MYRTLE AND NORMAN Ilul- first! such event ever attended by loveth not, knoweth nob God, for 8th Ave. at 56th St.
Alpha Chi PI Omega Sorority's lard's 4th boy arrived Jan. 9 and Negroes in the Southeast Florida God ie love"
Hawaiian Cocktail Extravaganza: the James B. Randolph (Gloria area It marked another first ia For Appointment Call
it's a little way off .but much D.) have named their January the area With great power this fuel ef PL 7-6663 or JEt 5973Indf
goes to make this affair success 19th arrlvel James B. III love can give usl I If we live, we
ful. Willa Mae Denson is proud as a Mrs. Ginger Stott
peacock because her daughter,
Roslyn (Mra. MacArthur Gate- Active in Community
Guild wood gave birth to a boy Sunday FIf'Pan
. .FAMU Playmakers curtain
AffairsOne the art of
call in this area Feb. 16, The Henry Tollivers christ.
when they present Maxwell An. ened their daughter, Reba Lynette of the most active com.
derson's "The Bad Seed" at Sunday, Jan. U. Herman munlty workers In South Dade
North Dade audit (Mack) Wooten, owner of Mack's and Dade County Is a womaq .1 BARBERING AND
Cleaners on 62nd St., is beddedin small in physical stature, but a
Jackson Hospital and Nat giant in civic affairs and clean
KITE LIFE HAPPENINGS Kemp is In Christian Clau. government for all Dade CountyShe
YOUR HOST Bill Harris at the dla Cooper, who has been bed. and her husband, the Stotts
Satellite, known in these ded In Mt. fiinal Hosp. for two are landscape artists and architects
parts for many moons, especially weeks' Is on the mend Ben. In the Redlands. They have
for him Rockland Palace popular jamin Pratt Is home'at 1739 NW done some of the largest hotels In
amateur hour and dance promote 17th St. after two week In Jackson the states and Nassau Their

Ing, Is extending an invitation to Hospital work is a thing of beauty Joy
visit, him at the popular 7th ave forever Mrs. Stott tOek her de.
Nightly entertainment gru in social service and* has
lounge.featuring Dottie on the organ and JAZZ CONCERTS done a mammoth Job In social
Betty Halt Mop Dudley on trum. service and Is yet going strong
Lomelo's King BEGIN ATHAMPTON for worthy causes.
tHeartsJFreddie Grant is giving She was a Circle Supervisor at PROCESSINGi16I1EOBS
the new Hammond organ ,a HOUSEThe House of Happiness, Chicago Her
good work out and )'ou'Ulove the mother worked with Jane Adams /
It light up. Phil Harris1 All Modern Jazz Orchestra, at Hull House, these experienceshave I
way Male Revue of 1962 Is in full under the musical direction of endeared her to social ser-
featuring Sammy Moore Joe Galllvan and Don Vincent, vice and no finer person has en.
and Dave Prater. You'll enjoy Soloist featured Is Charles Aus. tered the service more fully or
every minute of the greatest tin. freely than Ginger Stott. Her
show in these parts Up Hallandale This Orchestra represents an great obsession Is clean govern
'' at Club Paradise entirely new concept in big band ment and she will work at a
where Gregg Hamm is extending Jazz Composed of the finest mu.Ilcian. sacrifice to help the principlesof
it Is complete clean government thrive. Our
Invites to old and new comers. available, a
from sterotyped Jazz hearts and hats to Ginger Stott.Dugie's .
Show time gets a big hand. The departure :
club and entertainment rates a sounds.
ride and mlt.STANLEY The highly original and provo-
vocative music is composed and Guest HouseThe There are many good-paying poiU

arranged By Don Vincent, former. Bone throughout the State of
ly with Sonny Stit. Elliot Law house of clean roome
SWEETING (Sweet? rence and Anita O'Day. Vincent is Florida. There It I a tremendous short.

Lamarr News Service) had a lot one ,of the leading composers In Open 24 hours NE 4-3831 age of barber throughout America
to say about that Fabulous birth both Classical and lass fields to. Seeing it BelievingSee
day party at Tlny's 7th Ave. day. and a real opportunity for you Bar-

Lounge across from the Sea. Musical supervision and con. us for clean rooms ben are earning $75 to $160 per
station. The occasion
board Railway honored Bvmild Lillian ducting Is done by Job/ Galllvan. I 2941 NW 47th St., Miami week. Work It light, clean, friendlyand

well attended by Vincent and Gallivan who to. Income
Singleton: was assures you a year-'round
in the doc'eff'! clrcvo gether gave you the Modern Jazz Jamaica Dugie, always a
many and lifetime
The Beauticians of Unit 2"din.. Orchestra of 1961, DOW proudly friend security,
ner ,party and installation at/their present their latest collaboration INDF
recent get together was v e r Y entirrely new, featuring the out.
much talked about. The honor standing soloist, Charles Austin. NO UNEMPLOYMENT

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rnr.rnxuUI.I huflU\ U uu\ jEfiCJBFj rirairniwafyu! ,gu mUMMMiBUJgU-MMiaum tpup** HO LAYOFF AT AGE 40

Good Houn-Good Earnings

Good Working Conditions



invites his friends to consult
WORTH $100 and $200 EACH
r with him when selecting a new or
used carat .
will bo given to those students who

'demonstrate the greatest ability during

4 DUMAS MILNER the first two-y/aok trial period.

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: t' Chevrolet DAY aNd NIGHT CLASSES "
t '- your new and friendly

A f epentngi still rtmhn In our classes starting In

L -r dealer at JANUARY and FEBRUARY

S. W. 8th St. and L* Jeune Rd. NEXT CLASSES START FEBRUARY Sib J,

Easy Payment Plan ':

i\4 ltd t grid education It our only tnrolimtn rt.qutrtmint

'1IIa JI R.1Ii\.1Ii& JIIl1I'A JJIi\1IiITIinn f.m --TAR-- ? ;TRAINING' :
1i1II1Iin r.uit 7IIr\: .J1ii.1IiiU

Irr ly. Both speakers addressed the Brown, 205; John Green, 202; Robert THE MIAMI TIMES -- MIAMI, FLORIDA
-- group on the subject, "Youth Ac- Edwards, 211; Edwin Variance,
Broward cepts the Challenge" All teen- 201. Miss Ruth Alston continues PAGE 8 SATUIiAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1962
agers 6f :Broward County should to set the pace in the women's division ..' \.
have been radiated and filled with with a 250.three'game mark. I - - -
County food for.thought relative to their Other standouts are: Ruby Young,
future lives had,they been presentto 186; Roberta Coniart, 189; Squill,?
News hear these messages deliveredby Oliver, 187; and M. Payne, 213.

01WaJtf'r i ; ent the were,speakers.highly" elated All persons over the pres-addresses Boys YOUTH and girls ON who PARADE participatein r:.. i W'-I''Y
Bowe 200 BOWLERS CLUB I the Saturday morning league are .WI..$ ...... _
f bowlers continue to seta showing tremendous Improvementsas
-.Qt 0 high pace at the Sunrise Bowling I Henry Morton hit 175, Vince Collins OX 1.7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St.
ADD BKOWA11D COUNTYThe Lane? ,; Robert Green lead the 153; Jackie Brown, 217; Le-
PTA of Carver Ranches group with a cool 235-three game roy Johnson, 151; Bernard Small,
Elementary School will observeFounder's series, Other outstanding memo 154; Clifford Sutton, 150 and Johnny Bowl '. NOW SHOWING
Day Feb. 14 at 8 p.m. bers |re: Robert O'Neil, 211; Nathaniel Pillman, 157. The Sunrise ... ..
the general t
cafetorlum. Miss Jones, 211 W. L. Adams ing Lanes is open to M
in the school ;
Mildred Anderson High School will be the guest 233; touts; Wilcox 206; Bernard your entertainment. Ii
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speaker. RODGERS&pMERSTEIN'S1ssss
The public is Invited.

Mrs.Mrs.Mrs.Susie Edna Jewel Jo Daniels Yearby Banks, president principal cochairman ;;- ii? A HOME TODAY! 1NPjMtt4G'MS

beauticians Drive by these homes, then come by our office! At,
The of Wast Holly .,'
wood and Hallandale will sponsor 0 0000000
their Hair Style Show and Dance 1. 5010 NW 10th Ave. $400 down $73.39 Mo. c 0
this coming Monday, Feb. 12 at lot Garage o ofQ
2-bedroom home on large -
Large o
9:30.: Music by W. C. Baker and

dtee his band.Club Don't in Liberia.forget the Para- 2. 4500 NW 8th Ave. .$450 down $90.10 Mo. 0 0a
Huge 3-bedroom home with Florida room-Garage
I I ILouse warming and baby 1 0o
d christening in Carver Ranches 3. 1445 NW 51st St. $1,500 down
i Sunday, Feb. 11 at new home of Brand new 3 bedroom, 2 bath home-Florida room
Mr. and Mrs. Irving A Seymour Built in oven and range Large yard. Move right in 0
4220 5th ave., West Hollywood. l3'a
The baby christening will be at 4. 1415 NW 51st St. $995 down o 0
Central Baptist Church Rev. E. home-No qualifying v. y
Brand bedroom, 2
J. Clark, pastor at 11 a.m. Sun. new I oO
day. 5. 1311 (NW 40th St. $350 down $61.50 Mo.
The Third Annual Teenage Club 2-bedroom CBS home Large rooms, large closets : ooooo000000000000000000000000y.
Breakfast was held Saturday morn Large yard with barbecue pit .
ing at Sunland Park Recreation
Center. The outstanding featuresof 6. 1923 NW 43rd St. $350 down $63.30 Mo.
the Breakfast were the inspiring 2-bedroom home, Florida room, large yard.
addresses delivered to the club S'.y.
members and their guests'by Mrs. 7. 2920 NW 67th St. $350 down $62.12 Mo.
Eula Johnson, and Mrs. Susie Hoi; 2 bedroom home wall to wall carpet-Large yard

8. 3025 NW 68th St. $400 down $71.92 Mo.
No Admission Price
SATELLITE LOUNGE Large 2-bedroom home on large lot PLUS -
Miami's Most
Cocktail Lounge Unique 9. 3020 NW, 70th Terr. .. $1,900 down TiiERACiINCi
Entertainment; every nite : Huge 3-bedroom home, 1Vz baths Central' heat SEACLE O J1j d
Beautiful kitchen; Move right in. No, ,qualifying. THAT WORSffiPPEDA BEASTt t

r .' : ... 10. 7552 NW 13th Ave. t-bedroom1tiome': : 0 SQ

;>. Sublet:Deluxe : Rent; for $15.00. week'A: ."..",, ?'


Furnshed apartment on Miami We arrange all financingWe
iiA yptt'd
Beach 2\ bedroom, 2 have over 450 others. ,

bath with swimming pool I We will trade your old house or lot.

and boat dock. Reasonable !1

to reliable party. & &sz

5524 NW 7th Ave. PL 7-2559

943 Bay Drive No. 10 (Deal with the largest real estate officein

Miami Beach, Fla. Liberty City) ,''THESE ARE THE YOUNG AND THE DAMNED!)

'For whatJttiyfld
: '. rf1oW

Expert Sewing .uI_ i to her-
:Machine Repairs r SMOCK S o fonrtatthey did '

Made very reasonable : to mi.< .. wr .r
Clean, oil and adjust any I'll set
any machine $2.50. AIr) work : theraborn

guaranteed. Call seven daysa BARE !" rtr
PL 7-0573' o FACTS '

...., If no answer call back BuftriflNc4I
t alter 5 p.m.

fi: T ___ THE GIRL THE IfliL BIRDS Invadoi tho world of..HAROLD HICHTS
j. .,.
FOR SALEf D ERM ABOUT the pang savages

/ IN THE. GROVE .., "
Two bodiv.MrCBS .Urn* with Fta. tHfIn*IQDuV\I MERRILL S-SS SHEllEY! JYlNTERS
room, beautifully Iand. apH.
$400 down .nd $73 monthly. trTHE PLUS -
Now Stroot.
't. koutiful 3 bedroom CftS hem
": with bath !and a half, carport r NANhAH
and garog. $400 down, ... : m f\El.DS\ I IMIYDSNI
doting cott.1M4 t. _
N.: W. 47th strip .. GIRLS IN pmGERS 1&
i Two -bodroom, Fla. room, oncloioo! ; THE PHONY IUU
j porch with tpaclout dining,....,- \\lJl\1r\OOtE\KS'\ \ \
CIS. $700 down, $73 monthly' \ MODEL RfiCKET. UMEKI
no lodng eo"f.: 6 .
YMastl Nas4bal fkb.STARTS.
2011 N. W. Slit Torrato. --
Two bodroom'CBS, boawtifvlly {) woman ***:33? ; .=- A'!'
laiidKapod. $350 down, $44.17
monthly, ...., 52nd $.....t. WEDNESDAYflKNrof&r

", The.. Best D.ab Ay ', 5i;VuwD ty W NKWPPS'v: \ \ vx"., j
b If! '
Forty L: Johnson ; ,

:j) 3781 Ie,. IU:Grand..J. Iitoto Avenue.,.1&., !. r .iM r:': G**r W. :

': j' Miami 33, Florida Abut rs D'COIIIU. ..\). IAOATIShtL'tit 1b'. .

Phonet.HI 6-0334 Lk1 ? \fI :
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Service Calls Experienced beauty opera BARBERS$;rEcIAi,1-,:,; Dottie Itattoft one of 's
tors. Good opportunity for, Sptei&l prtee lor children. :SBo. finest fctBAlo Jazz 0'ii iifR,
right persons.BARNES Two barbers to serve yau :aF.alttim9L. nJt Satellite Lounge.
.., e\ery ,...
Aims Juantta Monroe'landRev.Atnoe "
ALL MAKES-ALL MODELS vm '\..,' BEAUTY SALON ; Hall,', pmprttterrttFree' { ., Neior ajvadmlwkm price; ,. .
LARRY'S T.V. 2200 AH Baba Avenue parking on.,boUt.ldeltl\of,, j "
Phone MU 8-9338 street 'MI. '- .*:.1| Jabberwock's ain
WE BUY -. SELL AND TRADE TV SETS or 7th Street BarberSHop'
NA 1-6544 the 'air!
630 NW 3rd Ave. .,.
RADIOS, HI-FI AND STEREO REPAIRS rI: t iti iI:.. i I :;: :;.: :a.:.:I'.1'. :;:'.i5:.:::. .ii'.J .ii''i4.i.t'ir.: '. '.!I'..!I"aaa! ;;.,;;' ".' "w. .wl'I''i1:
We Sell Used TVs on Credit -'--' '--'-' "' "" "' 'M"" "'" ;' tt
1551 N.W. 62nd Street < I OX I ; ; 'f ;WANT tO THANK ALL.:;FRIENDS
It !i-:' i 1f1i11a i' UI i< iillIJ1! 1 '
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Homes For Sale '..,; .> .. DROPPED IN TO SAY HELLO.

3061 NW 70th'TerraceOpen .
Saturday and Sunday 2-6 ROBERTGVEENAssociates
Beautiful CBS 3 bedroom, 2 baths, all'the new ...
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Church of God in Christ MT. ZION AME CHURCHOpa

1809 NW 6th Ave. Locka
Elder J. C. Jackson, pastor Rev. II. E. Greene, ,pastor
Gamble state mother Evelena Glenn, reporter
Sunday Mother School 0. .,. 10:00 Sunday School . . 9:30 meW

Morning Service . . 12:00 Morning worship . 11:00: /
Evening Service . . 7:30 Evening worship . . 6:30:
Each and everyone is welcometo Mt. Zion was spiritually fed
attend our church at all during both services last Sunday

times. _. The pastor spoke from these sub. I
Jects: "A Firm Foundation" and I ST. PAUL A. M. E. BETHEL BAPTIST

Matthew Freewill "Move The Stone." :
St. I. Richmond HelghtlDethel's
The district messengers will Rev. M. J. pastor
Fayson, Sunday worship ser
2014 NW 6th Court meet at Mt. Zion on Saturday ;
Rev. J. B. Woodley, pastor Feb. 10 at 10 a.m. I Mrs. Lee Gray, reporter vices are as usual.

Bro. Nathaniel Thomas, reporter On Sunday stewardess board I Sunday School . . 980:' Sunday School . . .. 9:30:

Sunday School . . 9:80: No. 2 will celebrate l its anniversary Morning worship . 11:00: Morning worship . .. 10:46
Morning worship . 11:00: at the church at 3 p.m. Evening worship . . 7:00: BTU . . . . 5:30:

YTCL . . . ...... 6:00: Exeryone is invited. There will be an Irish Coffee
Night service . . . 7:00: Sunday, Feb. 18 there will be Our services were well attended
choir would like toexpr.ess I. a tea given at the home of Sister Sunday. The pastor delivereda Sip Sunday, March 25 at the
No 2
The its. thanks tor the sing Bessie Bamberg by stewardess powerful sermon preceding the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Communion. His
Holy subject,
contest against the Jordan board No.1.Dinners Ferguson at 14920 Buchanan St.
ing "What will we do with Jesus"The'
will be sold all
Grove M. Church. day The time for the sip is from 4
Youth Day will be observed on Saturday, Feb. 10 at the homeof Missionaries held their 1
to 6 The sip is
sponsored by
Sister Rosa Thompson 2250 p.m.
the second Sunday in regular meeting Sunday after.
NW 153rd St. Circle No. 1. Tickets are on sale
us come out and support our noon. The meeting was very In
youth. All members are asked to do spiring. The missionaries and and may be purchased by dona-

their best in helping to make the pastor's Aid will celebrate tion. .

EBENEZER METHODISTSunday Men's Day on March 25 one of their anniversary jointly Feb. 18. Bethel Baptist Church's bap
the best.
,The Willing Workers will cele.
service will be held Sun.
School . . 9:30 I brate their anniversary Sunday day after' Sunday School.
Morning worship . . 11:00: TEMPLE BAPTISTRev. I afternoon at 3 p.m. at the
Evening worship . . 7:00: .church. Everyone is invited. The The officers for the coming
Rev. Aaron D. Hall, Sr., pastor L. A. Thompson, pastor male 'chorus will sponsor the year will be Installed on Feb. 18. The Church of the Open Door,

B. Ingram, reporter Sunday School . . 9:30: Sunday at the home of Mr. and Miami, Florida will have the assistance
The Race Relations Sunday Morning worship . . 11:00B. : Mrs. Wooten, 1400 NW 75th With a great sense of compla. of one of the nation's
observance will be Sunday, Feb. I T. U. . . . 6:30: St. at 4 p.m. The Bibbs Club will cency ,we, the members of Beth. leading expert in church finance
11 by Methodst Churches across evening worship . 7:30 hold its regular meeting Sunday el Baptist Church are very en. in its current building fund cam.
afternoon at the church thuslastlc to see our church
the nation, which has three major The Light of the Morning So. pro. paign.
inform Method. 5 p.m. The pastor and congregation gress. As a result of the pro-
purposes: To contribu cial and Savings Club will cele were very happy to see Mrs. greslvness the junior choir is in Dr. Curtis R. Schumacher, New
of the
fat people needs of brate its annlverary with a pro. Once up and at the Sunday ser. the process of purchasing robesto York City, director of the Church
and of the present
tion gram Sunday, 4 at Temple.
the Negro schools of the Methodist The public is invited. vice. sing in. We are so grateful to Finance Advisory Service of the
this cause. This indeed is a sign Board of Homeland Ministries of
church; to receive an Messengers and visitors from Our sick members are: Mrs. L. of progress. the United Church of Christ will
Ing to help meet these needs Temple who will attend the an- Baker, Mrs. L. Lee, Mother Simp
direct the church's financial
and to assure the continuance of nual session of Atlantic Coast son.
their contributions to promote Baptist Association, Feb. 20-25 ject from February 12 through

better relations between the in Nassau, are busy making preparation Please visit them and bring I PRIDEBy February 18.
them a word of cheer.Don't .
races. for the
The United Church of Christ lathe
contribute -
For an opportunity to Elder
I Theoplous Cyril Rolle
SALTERS CHAPEL forget to union of the Evangelical and
to one of our colleges we AME bring a friend
.1 will be honored to have present to church Sunday. I "Pride goeth before destructionand Reformed Church and Congreatlonal -
Rev. H.
J. Denson
pastorA. >
Christian churches.
a haughty spirit before "
with us on Sunday In the mornIng Davis a fall.
service the nationally famous reporter (Proverbs 16:18)). Can the people
Bethune-Cookman College Convert Sunday Feb. 11 there will be a FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH of God indulge in or endorse pride Members of the interracial and
chorale. We are inviting all Pew Rally. We are asking all of and be ready when the Lord interdenominational church will

our friends and members to our friends and well wishers to Our pastor will deliver a message comes? Jesus spoke of pride in raise funds to begin construction
worship, with us, and to hear the come and help us make this rallya in honor of our No. 2 usher Matthew 15.: He said: "These of a permanent sanctuary, accord.
r college chorale. success. Choir No. 1 and usher board prior to their anniversary. things which proceed out of the ing to the pastor, Rev. Henry C.

The ,Golden Glee Circle will board No. 1 will render servicefor The public !is invited.TRINITY mouth come forth from the hearts McDowell.The .
have the charge of class meeting I the day. You are welcome at and they defile the men." (He was ,
Tuesday night. Salters Chapel. speaking of adultery and brought Church of the Open Door

The Third annual Calendar C. M. E. pride in with it, classing pride and was founded at the Congregational

Rally has been launched. We are ST. LUKE BAPTISTRev. adultery alike.) So we see that the Christian Fellowship in
urging all members to rally to 511 NW 4th St. Church cannot endorse pride and 1958 with 12 members, and 75
your birth month. P. W. Williams, pastor Rev. E. A. Brown, minister. I be ready when the Lord comes. members in 1969, became an au.
The June Group Is extending a Mrs. Burnesta Green, reporter Sis. Julia Hammond, reporter Paul spoke against pride saying, thoroized church under the pre.

cordial welcome to .members and Sunday School . . 9:30: "In like manner also, that women sent name. Drawing ltd members
friends to a Valentine Tea Sunday Morning Worship . 11:00: Sunday School . . 9:30: adorn themselves in modest apparel from all parts of Dade County,
Feb. 18 from 4 to 6 p.m. BTU . . . . 5:30: Morning worship . 11:00 with shamefacedness and so the church represents a cross
Mrs. Maria Belvin is the captainof Evening Worship . 7:00: Evening worship . 7:00 i briety; not with braided hair, or section of the buslnes social

the June Group. Sunday, Feb. 11 at 3 p.m. Rev. There will be a Tropical Sip gold, or pearls, or costly array." education and residential rangeiof
E. M. Griffin and congregationwill at 3 in the dining the area.
Sunday p.m. Isaiah
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST be at St.. Luke in behalf of of the church sponsored spoke against it in the 3rd
the deacons' board. Each room Chapter of Isaiah, verses 16 thru Dr. Schumacher, who was for.
Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor ber is asked to come out and mem by the Naomi Circle of the Mis. 24. Peter spoke against it in First merly a banker, is a pioneer in

) Deacon Fred Williams, reporter help our deacons. The public is sionary Society. The third StewardessDay. Sunday Peter 3rd Chapter. Nylons, toe the field of capital fund raising
Sunday School . . 10:00: invited also.. Deacon Covington Feb. 13 will be and heels out, painted lips hair for churches. He has worked
,Morning worship . . 11:00 is, chairman. .. Theme for the day: Stew. straightening finger nails'Painted, with congregations in all parts of
BTU . . . . 7:00: ardahlp of Service. etc. is not after the spirit. Johnspofe the United States directing projects -
Last Sunday Rev. Daniel de. against it in 1st John 2:15-16 I
: for new buildings modernization
NEW February 18 from 4 to 6 p.m.
livered a most MT. CALVARY saying: "Love not the
inspiring and soul world,
and debt
Stewardess board No. 1 will celebrate retirement He 1*
stirring message and It wee en- Sunday School . . 9:30 their 11th annual extrava' world.neither the things that are in the the author of several manual In
Joyed all. If
Sunday by Morning Service . . lltOO: ganza tea at the church. Guest the love of any man love the world,, the field.Musical.
livered the night Rev. Taylor de ;BTU . . . . I(cOO speaker, Rev. S. A. Cousin, and him. For all the that Father is is not in
message. Evening service . . in the world,
Visit the sick and chut-lns. The 7:00): ) his outstanding choir and loyal the lust of the flesh, and the lust
public is Sunday morning we had a very stewardess of Greater Bethel of the
to attend all our inspirational eyes, and the pride of life,, Program
sermon coming from
services. NO.2 choir will render our pastor. Choir No. 1 rendered AME Church. is not of the Father, but is of the
the music. world. Whatever Greater St. Luke Primitive
the music. Also consecration 'Rev. Brown !1s asking everyoneto worldly Fond
fleshly lusts Baptist Church of
hour was wonderful. We want to come out and turn a prayer. we follow after, war Carver Ranch
GRACE against our soul. will sponsor a musical
PRESBYTERIAN thank our adult television program
members for stewardesson
, ful attention to the the lust Sunday Feb. 11
serves ,
their cooperation. of the eyes. That at 3 p.m. The
6895 N.W. 14th Ave. the third Sunday. Rememberyou is why the Hallandale
Sunday night world has gone after 1 it Spiritual Singers,
Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastors wonderful we from had another are always welcome at Trinity They are deceived and blinded by Oethsemane Baptist Church Male

Sunday School . 9:30: sermon the pas. CME Church. the devil and do not know the word Chorus also the junior chorus of

Morning worship . 11:00: tor.Let us continue to of God is against it. That is why Greater St. Luke will appear on'
Youth Fellowship . . 6:00: the sick and shut-ins. pray for almost everyone has a television,, the ,program. Mrs. Glllen will be
4 Evening worship . . 7:30 BAHA'I FAITH even the preachers (so-called). the speaker. The public is Invited
This Sunday evening our congregation MT. .
is Invited to attend a CALVARY BAPTISTRev. Mrs. Emily Bethel, chairman of If it wasn't contrary to the Bible
worship service at the Second E. M. Thomas pastor the Daha'i Assembly of Miami it would be hard to find a tele

.. Presbyterian Church in Fort Phyllis Myers, reporter will lead the regular weekly dls. vision. It is not of God but of the be not conformed to this world:

ff Lauderdale for the .purpose of Sunday School . . 9:46 cession at Miami Baha'l Center, world. Therefore all have gone But be ye transformed by the re
"rK hearing the address of the Rev. Morning service . . 11:00 137 NW 11th ave. 8 p.m. Sun. after it. The so-called Mints have newing of your mind that ye may

',Eugene Carson Blake, who is the DTU ..... ...... ...... . 5:30: day, Feb 11. Continuing the televisions, watching everything prove what is that good and acceptable -
Stated Clerk of the General As Evening service . . 7:00 subject book, "Thlof in t h eNight' that comes over it. That Is' not of r and perfect, will of God.
" ",. sembly of the United Presbyter. Snnday morning everyone was Mrs. Bethel's theme for God. The Bible says "close your Romans 1212.
ian Church. USA. very happy to hear our pastor this session will be "Terror lathe eyes from seeing of evil." The
i \ ,,, We are asking all members render the message.. His messagewas Sky". The public ia cordially preachers have televisions and To the reader of this subject, I
..who have cars to volunteer their injoyable. Invited to attend. watch them, but bear in mind that say again: "It is not of God, but of
service, In helplsg with transpor- Sunday night once again our it is of the world. The world pas the world.
tatlon. We will all meet at our pastor delivered another one of ses away and the lust thereof, but
church at 6:16: p.m. and leave for hid great messages. MT. CARMEL M. B. he that doeth the will of God shall

Fort Lauderdale. There will be Sunday night after service the abide forever. ST. MARK'S BAPTIST

rt&o evening service at our church Lord's Supper was administeredto Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor Whatever
:1'this worldly and fleshly 801 N.W. 62nd St.
those who wished to be fed. Mrs. Christine Cherry, reporter
lulls we follow after
they war Rev. Joseph Smith, pastor
I The church extends its Our tick members are Bro.
to the family of Mrs.aympa-Olean James Canady Sis. Nellie Sunday School . . :30 against our souL Therefore the Sunday School . . '9:30
., at the loss War.e Morning worahlp . 11:00 Apostle Peter, exhorted the church Morning worship . 10:00
of her
son. Sis, Lula P. Jackson and Bro.
I Clinton Mobley ] all BTU . . . . 6:00 to abstain from fleshly lusts which BTU . . . . .:00
The fun- Noble Bush. in
service will be held at the Jackson M., Hospital.They are We are Evening worship . . 7:00 war 11). against the soul (lit Peter 2: Preaching . . . 7:30

Tabor Baptist Church Satur- praying for them to have a speedy Our pastor preached a very
i at 4 p.m. recovery. timely and spiritual message in Dear reader you cannot indulge GIBBS CHAPEL A.M.E.
We are doing some fine pre There will be a tta. Feb. 11 a day like this. "God's Fall Out In these things and be ready when
,garing*-for Men's Day Feb. 26. at the home of Alfred Beal, 1441 Shelter." the Lord comes. We are told to North Miami Beach, Fla.R .
All.mtmT).W of the congregation NW 68th Terr. The public Is In. offer our bodies a living sacrifice, v. 0. E. Turner, pastor

make every effort to attend reg. vlted to come and help make the Prayer meeting Tuesday night holy, acceptable unto God. whichIs Sunday School .r. . 9:30
ularly this month. tea a success. Remember the sick and shut in. your reasonable service. And Morning Service . . 11:00




FAMU Track Team To Rill Against U of Miami and The South Lily W Miami bites District of the Miami cordially

Florida A&M athletes get their invite you to attend a
first chance to compete against' I mammoth tea Sunday Feb. 11 4
white state competition this month 2 CARVER GRADS to 6 p.m. at Greater Bethel
when they compete in the FloridaAC AME Church, 245 NW 8th at.
Invitation Track meet at the SIGN PROCONTRACTS \ Mrs. Brllla Luclle Thomas will be
University of Miami Feb. 17. I guest speaker. Mrs. Thomas is a -
former student of Booker T. *
Included with the team will be Washington High School, also
the 440-relay quartet that posteda former supervisor of Levy Coun.
40-flat timing last yearfastestby Four-etar football players with ty ,public schools. Presently she NITELY EXCEPT SUNDAYPost
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Eugene Cambridge. Taylor, a six
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up against top competition from National League. Cambridge,
University of Miami's Bobby Sher. who weights 172 and stands at S !
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Services were conducted feY;>> 5.at riety Children's Hospital on Jan.
28th. Funeral services were heldat
CARDS MEMORIALSIN Range the Greater New Bethel Baptist) St. Matthews Holiness Church in
Church, Rev, W. K. Smith
pastor. Florida City on Sat., Feb. 3rd at
1 "" -- !!>.iM4 MRS. WILLETTA BENNETT, of Her survivprs include four\ daugh 2:00: pm. with Elder J. S. Davis,

MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn 1717 N.W. Fifth Ave., died Feb. 1st ters, Mesdames Mamie Rigsby with pastor his officiating.parents, Mr.Survivors and Mrs.include
whom she lived at 1705 AU Baba
at Jackson Memorial Hospltr.1. She
Richard Bodie; one sister, Yvonne
*: In sad but loving memory of our sad, but Loving Memory of Our Is survived by her husband, Mr. I Ave,, Fannie Williams,. Ruth Grant Bodie; two grandmothers two
dear. Mother, Grandmother and Dear Husband, Father and Robert Bennett and two pieces ; and ,;Emma Gamble; two sons, Ikeand grandfathers, two great grand-
Great Grandmother. Grandfather Mesdames Mary Hurt and Willie' 'Willie' Frank Henry; one sis- mothers two great grandfathersand
MRS MAUVE JOHNSON SCA. MR LOTT ANDREWSwho Jefferson. Requiem Mass was offered ter, Mrs.. Sarah Marasham; 11 a host of other relatives and
,VELLA, who departed,this life on departed this life at St. Francis Xavier Catholic grandchildren 'and' 24 great-grand- friends.
; February 9, 1961. February 7, 1961 Church Thurs. at 10:00: a.m. children. ALFRED LEVERETT, of 1802
Earth to earth, and dust to dust; You are gone, but not forgotten.As '* N.W. Fifth Ave., died at Jackson
Calmly now, the words'we say long as life and memory last I ALFRED JOIINSON, of 5230 NW. EVANGELIST LUKE MILLER, of Memorial
Left behind, e-wait in trust we will remember thee. 24th Pl., died Feb., 3rd at Jackson 1021 Third St., E., Bradenton, Fla., Chapel services Hospital on held Jan. 29th.Friday
i r' For the resurrection day. Your loving smile, your gentle face, Memorial Hospital He is survivedby who was conducting revival services Feb. 2nd. were Survivors includehis on
|i{Father in Thy gracious keeping, No one can fill your vacant place. his mother, Mrs. Sally Johnson, atThe Church of Christ, 347 N.W. parents and several other relatives
:, Leave we now, Thy' servant. sleep. You had a kindly word for each three brothers, Dr. Samuel John- 24th St., died Feb. 1 In the home ot -
f Ing. and everyone; son, Mr.. David Johnson and Mr. Evangelist L. J. Martin, 3099 N.W.
Sadly Missed May you rest in peace. Howard Johnson; and a sister, Mrs. 58th St., local minister lie was. MR. fRANK McKINNEY, of 1132
Scavella, Hepburn and Cleare Mrs. MitUe, Andrews, Wife, Ruby Young. Chapel services were sent to Bradenton for services and N.W. Second Ave., died at l his
Families- Children and Grandchildren. held Thurs., 3:00: p.m., with Rev. burial. Ills survivors are his widow home on Jan., 31st. Funeral arrangements -
A. D. Hall officiating two sons and one daughter at this time are in-
complete. Survivors include
IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAL MRS. ANNA REDDING, of 3262 wife, :Mrs. Anita McKinney and
N.W. 51st St., passed away Feb 3 at leveral other relatives and friends.
sad, but loving memory of my home following an extended periodof
dear husband ''MR. EDWARD J. In Memory of a illness. She leaves one daughter MR. AMOS BAILEY, of Kendall,
(BRYANT 'who' departed this life IDA MAE FARRINGTONwho Mrs. Elnora Morehead; one Fla, died at Kendall Hospital on
.February 7, 1961. departed this life adopted son and three nephews. Feb. 1st. Services were held on
There comes a time for all of us February< 15, 1959 Funeral services were held Feb. 5 Wednesday, Feb. 7th. Survivors
When we must say goodbye; Gone, but not forgotten. at New Mt. Moriah Baptist Church, include several friends.
But Faith and Hope and Love and Upright and just to the end of her Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor. GARY K. TIIOMPKTVS. nf 1U!
Trust never die. days; --- -
can never
But God knows best. Sincere and true in her heart and 'JIIII- '" N.W. First Ave., Apt 19, died at
.'.. mind his home on Feb. 4th Grave.side
Mrs. Mable Bryant, Wife ; 4 +
A beautiful memory she left N services were held at Evergreen
behind ) i iI Cemetery on Thursday, Feb. 8th.
:, IN MEMORIAM I Prince Farrington, Jr., Husband, : a Survivors include his parents Mr.
and Family. I and Mrs. Thomas Thompkins and
i. I : several other relatives and friends.
t In Memory of our'Loving Mothei t
...; who passed Jamjjtry 24,1956 fCARD OF THANKSThe Richardson .
".There's an open doe at the end o MR. EDDIE BAILEY, of 1947 N.W
I' the road Family of the Late Fifth Ct., died on Feb. 3rd at his
,. f ; Through which each must go alone; MRS. GEORGIANA BENEDY home. He leaves to mourn one
r. : And there is a light we cannot see, takes this method of thanking the daughter Loretha J. Bailey, twograndchildren
.... ... Our Father claims His own. many friends who were so kind f ., two sisters, Mrs.
The Family. !during i its hours of bereavement_ \.Ii Jean Taylor of New York City,
'rnanks lor your cards, letters, ...-. Mrs. Ruth Polite of Miami, a friend,
\ flowers, telegrams, cars and all ARCIIIE OFFORD, of 1540 N.W, ,r'( 'fl' v Mrs. Rosa Lee Lucky, and several
IN MEMORIAM other kind gestures of sympathy. 57th St., died Feb. 4th at his resi iriJ other relatives and friends. Funeral
Special thanks to Rev. N. F. Clark, dence. lIe is survived by his wife, : '; : services were Jiejd on Thursday
:.., In Loving Memory of My and the entire membership of St. Mrs. Rose Offord; one son, Mr. Allen r. er .,,, .. .: .. .. w at 4:00: p.m. from the chapel.with
r Dear Husband Matthew's Baptist Church, and theM Offord; one daughter, Mrs; : <.. "r". !" ':.i ., I Rev. Emory Jackson officiating.
S. AUcn}\ Funeral< Home for untiring Evelyn Battles; one sister, Mrs. ',' "r." ':" ,
service Again, thanks to Harriet Dorsey of Jacksonville, it' .a i.;. I". ';: { .' : ; MRS. LULA JOHNSON, of 2025
t and other relatives Iiot" ': \' ,t'. tI ,, /1g' ; N.W. Fourth Ct., died at Jackson
everyone f everything, ..____. ___..___ ___ _and_ friends._ trt.'. '... ;
"' L-'u'.JI w. .. .. Memorial Hospital Feb
Mr. Admiral E. ,Bcneby, Husband, runurai services are M.'neuuieu 1.0- ... -' \ u. .. on 6th.
day at 2:00: p.m.,at Ebenezer Methodist Funeral services will be held ,Sat,
\ and Family, Church, Rev. A.. D. Hall officiating MR. CLINTON MOBLEY, fOPUJar. Feb. 10th from the Chapel with
The remains will be sent ly known as "Baby Rev. I. C. Mickens officiating She
CARD OF THANKSWe to Jacksonville tonight for final Feb.< 3. His survivors are wife, leaves to mourn a daughter, Mrs.
nine children; mother, Mrs. Gussie Elizabeth
rites and burial. Whitehead: one son, Mr.
Nelson; step-father; father, Mr Clark Stokes of Philadelphia, Pa.;
1V the Family of the\ Late LUDIE BETRAY of 2047 N.W. Charlie Mobley; one brother, a three grandsons ten great-grand
I. 153rd: St., Opa.Locka, died Feb. 4th grandmother, one aunt and two children and several other relatives
-- at Cloverleaf Hospital. lie is sur uncles. Services will be conductedat ) and friends.
vived by his wife, Mrs. Marie Be- 4:00: p.m. Saturday at Mt. Tabor MR.
thay; four sons, Charles, Russell, Baptist Church, Rev P. S. Brown, of THOMAS L. BARNETT, Jr.,
Saul and Robert Bethay; four pastor. lie will be on view in the 1017 N.W. 61st St., died at Dade

a daughters, Mrs. Annie Mae Jack chapel from 1:00: p.m. Friday.Save leaves County to Hospital on Feb., 6th. lie
mourn, his mother Mrs.
son, Mrs. Alline Culmer Mrs. Zipha ..
-- Julia Barnett .
Bryant and Mrs. Marion Carter, ; one son Wa'ter Barnett
! ; one daughter, Mrs. Julia Ter-
and other relatives and friends. I
Life rill
a ; one granddaughter
Funeral services will be held tomorrow Mrs. Carolyn
l : > at the 45th: St Pollock, and many other rela-
I tives and
Goof I Drive friends. Funeral arrange
Church of Christ Elder E. Carefully! ments are incomplete at this time.
Cooper pastor,' officiating. Mr.
Bethay is now In repose at the .. ---.------. -
funeral home.CHARLES .
OX 1-9181 6701 INW 15th Ave Nite 634-3198

( ANDREWS, of 833 For Funeral You Can Afford _
CLIFFORD:t M, LOWE ( : N.W. First Ct., was dead upon arrival -
at Jackson Memorial .
who passed February 9, 1961 _ Feb. 4, 1962. Hid survivors Hospital include
May he rest in peace and light a sister, Mrs. Mildred Williams Manker Funeral Home
perpetual shine him.
upon. I of Baltimore, Md., a brother-
t: Idella Lowe, Wife, and in-law Mr. Mack Williams of Baltimore
Clarke, Son. Md., and an aunt Mrs. Rosa Cloth Cover Caskets $126
( Lee Johnson of Miami. Chapel up
services will be held tomorrow at Metal Caskets $499

IsMEMORIAMIn I I 10:00: a.m. Mr. Andrews is now in up
.. 1. Nothing left to burden
WILLIE MAE MOSS HUMES repose at the funeral home. 9 you

loving memory of our dear husband o One's Social Security Can Take care all
of 1331 N.W.
w January 15, 1962. wish to
t father and grandfather thank the many friends for their 62nd St., was dead upon arrival at ,funeral arrangements

j 'Kindness shown them in their hoursof Jackson Memorial Hospital Feb. 4, Business Managers William Norwood ,
bereavement. Special thanks to 1962. He is survived by his mother, -' .'w
Father Elisha Clarke, Jr., of The Mrs. Annie Miller Wilson; his father Willis Williams
; I Church of the Incarnation, Father Mr. Harcord Wilson; three
John E. Culmer of St. Agnes Epis sisters, Mesdames Maria Edge
copal Church to the many neigh combe Erma Lee Johnson, and Eu
FH bors and to Range Funeral Home nice Wright; four brothers Her "Living Service
for the
for their untiring service. To all bert Miller Harcord Wilson, Jr., Living"Oscar
those who sent telegrams, letters, Leroy Wilson and Clifford John
cards floral pieces, cars and dona son; and 'other relatives and ,
tions, whose names are too manyto friends. Funeral services will be
mention individually here. held tomorrow at 1:00: p.m., Mt.
i I May Cod Bless You All. Olive Baptist Church. Rev. I. C.
Mickens officiating. Mr. Wilson is
The Humes, Moss and now in repose at the funeral home.
; Simon Families.
MRS. !MARY McKINNIS. of 1370

"'' N.W. 77th St. died Feb. 6th at her
'I' INFANT COOLEY, the daughter of i residence. She is survived by two
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lee Cooley of daughters, Mrs Erma Lee Taylor
; 1370 N.W. 61st St.. Apt. 9, was and Mrs. Estella Jones; a son, Mr.
s stillborn at Jackson Memorial\ Hospital Cleveland McKinnis; three brothers
Feb. 2nd. Graveside services Theatis Fern, Haygood Fern, and
were held at Lincoln Memorial Herod Fern; 16 grandchildren and
r Cemetery Feb. 6th.DEATH. many greatgrandchildren. Funeral
arrangements are incomplete at I. Range funeral HomeM
this time.INFANT.
" .
\ El. HORATIO J. SWEETING We were very sorry to hear of CUMMINGS, the son of Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range, Mgr..

,who departed this life February 7, the death of Rev. Thomas E Mr. and Mrs. George Cummings' of
: 19$3. Culmer, who died on Feb. 3 at 2052 Washington Ave., Opa-Locka, 5727 N.W. 17th Ave.
Worth Palmetto Point. Rev. Cul. was stillborn at Jackson Memorial
J, j. 1fI' Gone,.but not forgotten. mer ia the father of Mr, LIU Hospital Feb. 2nd. Graveside services OX 1.0131 14343'
Mrs Henrietta Sweeting ian Wilson and Mrs. Olivia Gator were held at Lincoln Me- I OX
t and Family of Miami. mortal Cemetery Feb. 6th. r
i, ............ -. ." ,




Classified /SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, \&& PAGE 13
Own Your Own Home-
,. _._- ::

HOUSE large, near bus schools
FOR RENTE. and store., Open dally :until '9. "
p.m.< Remodeled Inside. ,2145 NW $50 CASH *&o In 1962 .

PICARD 49th st. J ...1'.nDt)1SmNB ; 2-bedrooms. You can mu.e .
Rental in today. $5,000 total.
) S, restaurant, popular .
Rental collections; property) location down town* 3rd'1 ave.' DOLL! SPECIALS THIS WEEK ; l :
Management real estate THIS IS A
Call OX 64227. _
569 NW 8th St. FR 7.2902 -0- \ ,

16 3 6 NW 44th St. Open, see to: $990 down, $85 Mq. Just 1 MORTGAGE ONLY
3 ROOM Cottages water furntehed day. CBS sFla room carports, bring coffee pot, everythinggoes. ', ;.',
$10 weekly. G69 NW 8th St. nice carpets. Only $360 down, :
A beautiful 2 bedroom
FR 7-2902. $77 month pays all. Good deal., 3-bedroom CBS, $350 down ,.
Ben-Kori, Realtors 2644 NW CBS you will be proud to "
NEWLY Renovated furnished or 62nd St. OX 19372. own., An unusual home. Callto $62 a month. Price .$10,000 .V..":.':
unfurnished apts. in the Opa lee "
Locka area near church school FOR QUICK SALE ,
and shopping center. Call Mick 1600 NW 54th St.. Goo d Income 2-bedroom CBS, $500"down

Ins Rental Agency NE 4.0500., Indt Large property.3 bedroom Zone. front B-3 business house. DOCTORS TEACHERSA LAWYERS $75 month. Price $llSbffV;! ( ; rJIk.; ;

separate building in rear with Ml ,
t10US 4 bedrooms 2.., aths, two room apts. All furnished dream home in beautiful -3-bedroom CBS. 2 baths. $550 down t'
$25 weekly Furnished or' unfur-1 excellent rentals includes rear area Custom built quality "I
nlshed. Also 1 .bedroom apts.. 'parking' lot .thru to 63rd St. '1'0'tal home. Air condition inter- $85 month. Price $14,600 ;t
Adults 13-7 NW price $16,500, $4,000 down
only. 25th St.
balance 6 percent com, push button kitchen,
Phone: Day FR 72198. Ere. FR '
9- S30, Feb24 Fla. room, garage. Go. by to 3-bedroom CBS. $1,000 down
see and call.
Fla. rooms, 3 baths. See at 6412 SW $82 a, month. Price :$11,750
:{3-IDR00MS glass
room payment. Live rent free 3 bed.
4401 NW| 14th AVE.
porch. $25 week. Also 4 room
22nd St. W '
hoise| both (15 week. Light Miami NA 46983.Hollywood. Call oWe ; .

watt 15740.free. 2220 NW 61st St. MU arrange financing also McNicholas Realty: ,
: NICE BAR. Good business
Small down payment.' Easy TRIO
terms REALTY '
HOUSE at 1723 NW 6th Place, 5960 NW 27th ave. 7927 N.W. 7th Ave.
Call day or night OX 1-7766. I
801 NW 54th St. ;
1-7592 PL 48853Wanted
Hepburfl BEST BUILT COS in block
T. Beautiful interior 3 bedrooms PL 9-8372 PL 9-5455

BEDROOM HOUSE within % large closets, large dining room, NE 5-8745 I
block of bus line. PL 4-2857. hardwood floors tiled porchet.
Breakfast nook. 1021 t
NW 47th
EFFICIENCY apt. in a clean Terr. : "I I
and quiet apt building with
beautiful surroundings. 1867 NW CHARMING Colonial house near e .I' "
istiCt. Manor Park.. 2 large bedrooms :
hardwood floors heat, air con. v na .1.
Ft NISIIED 1 bedroom apt. 775 dltioning. Beautifully landscaped .ii;
NW4 69th St. PL 9069.. Adults fruit treed 3, 1022 NW 48th St.
only. .1. ." 1 .. .
75th St.
NW \
Second: hand carpenters'tools. B YStandard \ :
:Ulf'rDROOM HOUSE, large and 1360 NW 62nd Terr. PL $395., down $74 ,Mo.

ocjiny (unfurnished) at 5311 4-9878. Very nice 3-beroom CBS.

N\V, 30th ave. NE 41714. LARGE LOT in Victory Gardens Jalousied porch oak floors, Homes Inc.

A r.J LARGE 2 bedroom home Goulds. Size 76 x 139 A city water, no closing cost. ,, :
good buy. Call TU 8.0287.
partly furnished
oorner NW 23rd Built
avt<*.{. and 47th St NE 54940. Custom

EX1JtA; LARGE furnished room sEED all for INCOME appointment.NOTICE tax FR assistancet 3-7210! .floors 3 bedroom, 2 full CBS.baths, Terrazzo no qualifying 100 LOTS I
forAlce couple and one child ac. '
(rented or single man. NE 3-8746 F10 no closing : :

18Ft NW 49th St. Near bus. Your club meeting this w*.k. i I down payment., t
-- IMP j After its ever
AI TS. 2' room efficiency and 2 firing the gang down to Don't WaitTo
bedroom'.and, aptu. Stoves refrlgerator Satellite Lounge and complete see this beautiful 3-bedroom You Keep Your Deed : ,
NISI 4.3269.water furnished. Call tour evening after the meeting. home with carport.

.*b" Always a pleasant atmosphere. down $69 Mo.
--- Your Hoftt, Bill )laws, Only $295 ,
2.BEDROOM frame house local -- No qualifying, no closing
fdfon 61st St. $62.50 a month. RUPTURE RECTAL
Fenster Realty 1260 NW 62nd cos tatCan BEAUTIFY YOUR COMMUNITYREPLACE "
St.J" DISEASES visit us at time ,
|.%lJL 90511. or any
F "1 N1SIJED I Office Treatment, Low day or night. We are at YOUR OLD FRAME HOUSE WITH ',A f'
cottage or room Cost. Free Examination service. .
i te your
r\\ > home, PL 7-3565
DR. LONCrsCLINIC1JJ45 283 :NW 79th:-St. ;

2.nl'>>W9n.oQAf. HOUSE: ,also fl1;. ..J4" :. < a ed duplex. Near Grand way, B 'Sta dard will help you Beautify. ,Today /r
3j .
rea4 nablt' 1274 NW 66th St. ......_____ n.2748 ,',(

.,.' ;.,;. I, '"

FOR SALES ? ? ? ." '.\ .',,'I" '
ii' ,2 bedroom houee. Small Looking "'k'.w' wlft Build On You ; ;,

d1'ojtdepinding 1 payment or on no reliability down paTm of- HERE'S ONE PRICED TO SELL! I HOUSE OR DUPLEX

buyor,,*,call PL 7-2226 after 4 .
p,o ",'I '. IndfBY CBS 50th St. Area
3 Bedrooms .
OWNER. Lot in RainbowPark MONTHLY
CASH $67
area near elementary $330
school on 153rd St. 50 x 108. .
For information call NE 4.5704 NO CLOSING COSTS

Only $17.50 week Only $24.50 week
2 HOUSES on big key lot front per per
3 bedrooms, Fla. room, glass 2 Bedroom Plus Rental Unit For a For a .,
porch. Rear 5 room bath all in $13,000 TOTAL PRICE 3-BEDROOM HOME 2.BEDROOM DUPLEX
gOod shape. Out of town 'icwner LIVE RENT FREE .
at 222022 NW 61st St. O..Sat. BUILT ON YOUR
urday will arrange very good "


FURNISHED 2 bedroom doll "
house., CBS, tile roof beautifully 2 Bedrooms Each Side "BE PROUD OF YOUR COMMUNITY" M.N I' ,:."
landscaped. Very reasonable. Florida room -% .;f,
, Low down payment. ,Owner. Each side has its own "
1318 NW 43rd St. F9 CBS Modern Roomy:' Well Kept ," .::
No Closing Costs No Qualifying .. ', 'r ",' '

USED Mullion windows. 3 tingle, double glass hung, size. 2 $2.500 CASH, NO MORE :

frame.30 x 24 CA, cord 63851.and weight, and Owner Will Hold. the Mortgage Call OX 1-8932Ti' J :

St. Tile bath and kitchen, dining
room, carporte, conventional or
',* TOTAL PRICE :"' .
FHA $11,900 $11,000 Inc .
t2. Bedrooms CBS Fenced Yard STANDARD HOMES. ;. .. '
Molllon JJ ingta glass, sire 80 ,Outside Bar-B-Q Tile Roof : i

Ave.1475 6530 NW NW 67th 18th It.T ave. Cometo $440 CASH, NO MORE $70 PAYS ALL 9201 NW 27th Ave. 'A', '" I. ",

LOT in Rainbow Park area near SCOTTPREALTY ''Inc. '. I' v//$"
elementary school on 153rd St. :
50 x 108. Vor information call (
-NE '4-S704.- 4932 NW 7th A
LARGE Corner lot., three 1351 bedroom NW 40th house St., Op n daily 10-6 Sat. and Sun. 'til 5 ,.,.,..'./ .If';

112,509 Make offer '" .. ..__ ,_ 7. .... J'- --

.. ".
< ,., ... .inn t, .,




Founder's Day at i

Edward Waters

College t ,w

Bishop Greene announced that ,
the 96th Founders' Day of Ed. .
ward Waters College will be
celebrated Feb. 12.14 on the

campus of the college. The boardof

managers and the trustees of ,
rk i r r
the college will meet In the )/- 5M4444.p .r. I

brary Monday. Feb. 12Greene
pm. with Bishop B
One ot the
chairman, prestdbahlghllghti
of *ttffleeJllg1wlJ1

be a report' prtJ3el1 bowl .
dent W. D Stewart the
rapid progress of the college and
the forward steps made In recent
months to move toward the set-
tins of the college in readiness

lor for college Its first evaluation as a sen. (r, PvSir yM.y Miamians In FAMU


Bishop E L. Hickman, .pro.
---- ..
siding prelate of the 13th Epto- ; '.""' 17.. "Bad Seed" Production
Mrs. Louise Mitchell, basileus,
copal District will be the speakerat JESCA Day Care I
the opening service Tuesday listens attentively while Mrs. FAMT\ PLAYERS IffiRB

-. morning, and an overflowingcrowd Centers Receive [I Bonnie M. Stirrup, head teacher, IN "BAD SEED"T r
of members and friends of ,tells how much the gift meansto
the AME Church family Is ex.peeled. GiftsGood the instructors and the child b e internationally known SOCIAL SECURITY

The Founder's Day Rally ren. Florida A and M Flaymakers will

showing freewill contributionsfrom music importantpart I make two local appearances in
plays an Both centers were showered
every church In the 11th in the day's schedule for pre with cuddly toys presented by the 'Dade County next week when ... . .

Episcopal District as well aa school children in the James E. New Homemakers Club of the they preseent "The Bad Seed", a
from Individuals throughout the Scott Community Day Care Centers Home Economics Department of two-act thriller by Maxwell An

/ state will follow the morning located in Liberty Square Northwestern Senior High School, derson.On .

message. Other outstanding fea. Housing Project and James E. Mrs. Mattie 0. Reid and Mrs. will be r..rw-.w. .
tures will be included in the Thursday the play
Scott Homes. Alpha Chi PI Dorothy Cheater, instructors
program during the week. Omega Sorority long time JESCA Centers bal. seen at Booker T. Washington
sponsor provide a
and on Friday in the North Dade Today 60 million working
of the Liberty Square Cen. anced program of education and
,1 Auditorium. Both curtains go np have worked long enough
ter, provided the funds, throughits recreation for young children
Adult Typing Class at 8:15 'p.m. under social security to be tnsur.
annual benefit tea for the while they are away from home.
j purchase of a brand new record Children live In a climate condu. One reason for the phenomlnal ed against loss of earnings b'

Opens at BTW High player and records for the Cen clve to helping them become so. success of the FAMU Playmak. cause of a severe disability. Art
of them? Severe illnessor
ters. I 1.J! 1 dally adjusted. erg' production of Bad Seed, you one
strike oneof
jNew adult evening classes in which Is touring the state this disability may any
time.Here .
typing, sewing and citizenship month, Is the ,presence of three us at any age or at any should

are now open and being held North Dade PTAThe G. W. Carver YMCA award winning actresses and an are come facts you
disability pro.
know your
nightly at B. T. Washington High exceptionally experienced cast

Sthool. North Dade PTA is spon. Conducts Week- college performances. The actres. tectlon.A disabled. worker may qualify
, 1 ses are all graduates of Dade
\ ;The typing claM is held each coring its Karnlval Kaoers. "A County schools. for monthly benefits for him..
Monday and Wednesday morning Night in Nassau"! Saturday, Feb. self and his dependents if he hal
' !.. and Wednesday evenings from 10, in the school auditorium. This CampThe They Include Barbara Williams, worked long enough under social
affair is
f'" 700 o'clock. The tee Is now 16 being sponsored by the winner of the Silver Knight security (at least five years out
PTA this G. W. Carver
for registration and materials. year as its annual fund Branch Award in Speech and Drama for 10 years in which his disability

1 Miss Estelle Waller is the in. ,raising be rendered project. The project will YMCA sponsors another weekend Dade County. She ,plays the role began) and is so severely disabled
outing at
structor and all parents 'who by the North Dade beautiful Camp of Rhoda Denmark, the evil little that he is unable, in the
Swing Band. A trip to Nassau Owalssar-Bauer, Friday, Feb. 16,
would like to learn to type in girl in the play who makes audiences
for two will be 17 and 18.Weekend. words of the law, to engage litany
order to earn higher pay and door away as a ,bate her. A graduate of substantial gainfully activ
better their conditions in gener.al prize. The donation is $1.00. activities Booker T. Washington School, "
The camp give
dance Jty.
are 'urged to register for ,this will begin at 8 p.m. Barbara also has "Best
won a
and last until 11 p.m. Parents parents the opportunity of ex. | An important aspect of t h 4i
class on any evening that the Actress award. at the State
posing their all
and friends youngsters to disability program is applicants
I are cordially asked to i
class is held. Speech and
toe Drama Festival at
patronize this affair. wholesome recreational needs un who apply for social

The clam in citilzenship is Anthony Simon president der the guidance of trained, Florida A and M University. security disability Insurance

held each Wednesday and Thurs I Christian male and female coun. Marva Pleze who plays> Mrs. benefits are also considered for

day from 7 ,to JO p.m. ,,Mr. ,Theo 'eelors at camp. Penmark, Rheda'i mother, won vocational rehabilitation services,

dore Johnson is the instructor in BTW ParentsTo The Carver Branch is the "Best Actress" award at the as a further rehabilitation Incentive
charge.- All aliens who desire to ing that registration is announc State Speech' and Drama Festivalin the social security disability
I become American ;;Citizens are for all teenagers and grade now school open 1957. A Silver Knight noml. law provides for a trial work

are urged to register for this MeetAll boys and girls who are desirous nee in 1958. Marva has perform. period. Disability beneflciarUt
any evening that the class is of attending register ed in many plays during her high may receive their monthly bern-

held i <1 1 3i! .1.1[ Parents of all 11th and the YMCA in order, that early their at school days at Northwestern Ate as long a period as IX
12th Grade students of Booker Senior High School. She while attempting
The class in T. names may be included with' is Ma. months they are
Monday, Tuesday and sewing Wednesday meets Washington H. S. are urged to many othens who will be in at. joring in Speech and Drama at to return to gainful employ..
be present at the P.T.A. meeting tendance. FAMU. ment. ,
evening from 7 to 10 o'clock
next Wednesday, February 14 disabled should
j Mrs.Culmer Anna Bell Harris and Mrs. from 8:00 pm. to 9:00: pm. ai For application blanks. and'additional Frances Young, a graduate of contact Any his social person security Office
H. Instructors.
are North Dade
the school. This Is a special information High School.1"is the about his rights. This
; j parents inquire
tAll, persons who would like to meeting. third of Miami actreasee'appear.
l learn to sew either for themselves 6.0231ouorgvisit the may association ing in Bad Seed, has won prizes Is particularly important for
who have long standing
or u a trade may reg. Anthony Gardner principal at 6770 NW 16th for her acting ability. She won people
Ister for this class ant ave. the severe disabilities. Such Individ
evening Mrs. Johnson, coveted 'title of Nt' Ac
that. it is held. president PTA I tress" for two consecutive times uals may lose some monthly

1969 and 1960 at the Florida; benefits if they do not file before I

BUSINESS Speech and Drama Association June 30, 1962.Another .
LIBERTY CITY Dunbar PTA Offers Festival in Tallahassee. She too, Important phase of I

We were particularly pleasedto I TEACHERS TO was a nominee for 'the Miami the social security disability ',
j is the avallabllty of
Herald Silver Knight Award. program
have had Mrs. Madeline For. "Feb. Fantasy"Grade At
tier, assistant cone supervisor of Florida A and M University, she childhood disability benefits for
ATTEND MEETIN is a Speech the adult disabled children of re
mathematics visit with us at our Groups are busy putting I and Drama major.
tired, disabled or deceased work. I
Faculty Meeting on the final touches on skits and
Tuesday Feb. 6. other presentations for "February LEESBURG era whose disabling condition occurred -

Fantasy" to be offered the Were You There? prior to age 18.
;As per usual, her message was Public by the Dunbar P.T.A. on Preliminary preparations have ; For further Information, con.
well worth' every moment that 11 begin. been completed for the first'Statewide The beauticians' tact your social security office
this ,Sunday, unit No! 42 of
we spent listening to her. We nlng at 3:30: o'clock. We did a Annual Business Tea.; Miami sponsored a Christ for a copy of Booklet No. OAST.

were overjoyed for having had dry-run on the program last chers Conference to be held mal party at the home of the 29. "It You 'Become Disabled.

her give us further Her points historical on the Wednesday and feel that the February 16 17, at Carver ,stand Mrs. Billy puts, 9th This pamphlet describes in de. I I

EMS Program. affair will begin on time, groups Heights High School, 1100 Bee. 3rd ave en Monday Jan. tail your rights as well as the I
resume of the program was quite will perform on time and patrons cher Street,, Leesburg, Registra uary 29. requirements necessary to quail. I,
since of us are
appropriate many will be able to have an enjoyable tion is set for Friday February fy for benefits under the dis
presently enrolled In coursesdealing afternoon complete in an hour : 16 at 4:00 p.m. Rer. Edward T. Graham, Pal. ability of the social security pro.

with the same and a half. tor of Mt. Zion Baptist Church, gram. J"

'j Let us extend a special invitation The conference Is sponsored made a very Inspiring talk to the
J to you to hear our Broth Congratulations to Paul Joseph "' ly with the State Depart. group present. And installed the
erhood Week program! a play upon his appointment on the Con. of Education
I which, is"being \presented by Mr. stltutlon Committee Conference at Mld.Wlnter foi"- Ta State Business Teachers As- Inc year.The r''

Denis.R. Thomas. Irene Edwards, Plyannlng pJoclatlon of the F.S.T.A. Dr. officers are: Mrs. Billie |
narrator for the LCE Thespians FSTA Convention. Gilbert Porter, Executive Secretary
assures that the ,play ezper.Unce Corin Pits, president; Mrs dance All Tuakegeeans are requested! f II
you Miss Odesea Glover Mrs. Williams' Hos.
Welcome to Carnago, vice Mrs Gladys
shall be a treat well worth' who la tees. to meet on Saturday, 8 p.m., Feb. l
listening to. Tuskegee graduate Stewart, recording secretary; I 117 at the home of Mrs. Blanche- r
"i.I now 'permanent substitute In Mrs. Nathaniel Davis, President of Mrs( Catherine Gordon", financial Dean 5601 NW 10th ave. There 'i
s Don't forget to attend our Carolyn Miller's fifth grade class F.S.T.A., announced that thetheme secretary; Mrs. Norma Mlms, ;are'many Tuskegeeans who are In [
monthly PTA on Tuesday Feb. and to Mrs. Ida Davis Whipple, the is "Re corresponding aecre ."., Miss I the area, whose addresses we do
for conference
I 12 at 8 p.m. in the cafetorlum. Florida A and M University in Business Educa. Amy Mckenzie treasurer; Mrs. not have.. If you are one of these, .j
As a special treat, moving pic- (Who's Who in American Col cent Trends J. Francis ,Bryant, chaplain persons, please call CE 5.424S
The Consultants are:
tares will be shown of "live leges) serving in the same capacity II. tUm. Jones As a result of the inspirationgiven evenings or 769-5221 day time'i i
Bradewell. Frank Dame, president,
f classroom experiences at LCE. for Mrs. Callie '
C. C Miller the- numbers.., ) -Rev. Gra. and give us the above infornuu. f
Bethune Business Colleges ,
Williams Sargent.
} Mary Jacqueline
tlon. We anxious that all new
are"aur.bat' all will
for University of South Florida; R.N.I we
Dents R. Thomas, reporter Music Major is substituting II
| and old members attend this
do' better \
at Mercy University. resolve to a Job In the
a Mrs. Sally Gates who Is meeting which will be a short 1\
I first time in future. The affair was largelyattendedattended
Hospital. For the
I and well en. business session and a social get ;
1 Miss Jabberwock? years our Miss, MaudeEllison together. ,':
has virus Joyed by all.
been feMed by
't l .. 2 Who will be and Is at home still quite ill. ,Support The NAACP Mrs. Cumls ? 01'a't' reporter Ors? D.: 'J Taylor, ,. presidtmtv

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R =aaSy SSS3RStftfSftgtfiSaggStftf l I-.1: .\ Lucas will star James Earl Jones,

I Earl Quildon,_suspended! prison end it.has already cost more than 1 \ Racial Play On P. Jay Sidney, Hiram Sherman

overseer. was a defendant In the $20,000.000.During and George S. Irving. It t Us the
Supreme Court on January 29 to ,I "Lamp Unto My FN! story of a young Negro ce&fio
answer to charges of smugglingthree January the Produce Ex. graduate who, led to believe thereis
letters from Billy Wayne change exported eight tons of Ba A satirical drama on the diffi- no discrimination in a certain
Sees, who was hanged with Alvin hamian pumpkins to Bermuda by company, applies for a position as
Table last May 9 for the murderof BOAC. More are being shipped. 'l m\1\\tles sometimes encountered by a research scientist but is offered
Capt. Angus Boatwright at Elbow M \A"" in obtaining preferred jobs in the transportation and

Cay. Quildon was also( charged Phillip Clark, an employee of the positton" V\*" lne8s and the proSTur maintenance departments.
with allegedly conspiring with
and others Bahamas Gas and Fuel Co., for v n t edi on
Sees to release Sees
from legal custody and for stealing seven and a half yean, was award. Feb. 11 (10:00-10-30: : Sk. !T*one SATELLITE LOUNGE
$150 from the prisoner's mother. ed with a Rolex writtwltch with the CBS Television NetwotV. Miami's Mot Unique
in-law, allegedly to be used for his the inscription, 'For Lo'alty.and Cocktail Lounge
Courage recently, Son IPhillipll Entitled "Don't Call Us, the) 'rtatninont every nltc
escape. .. Clark, Sr\i of MoSs Tovrat original television play by Robert ***, Admission Price

he.is a stiiden;! at Baptist theological _._._._--- ........."" ..._Krra .,
The appointment of three tea ch.; College Nass ti, tad works at _[KKKKeRIKKKKK! IrcI\IIIII-; ; ' a ?i
era from England, Including the nights for the gas company. Christmas WE NEED YOU
principal and One front California, night he resisted six bandits I
by the hoard of Education, have '
who attempted to rob him of the
arodsed the ire of the members of firms money and to do him harm. DO YOU WANT AN APARTMENT?
the Bahamas Teachers Union. They He assisted in their apprehensionand
have protested vigorously and have conviction. The presentationwas Newly painted Free water Free Stove
let it be known that they want made by R. H. Symonette, Henderson Free RefrigeratorBest
Carl Francis to be principal of the president of the company. Tenor Soloist
Teachers Training College. Location Live with fresh air
<* The-nationally famous Bctbune

Maxwell J. Thompson, who has Beauty Week Cookman College Concert Choral Near new highwayGet
occupied the post of Chief Magis will be at Ebenezer Methodist to work fast
trate since 1955, has been appoint. :
Low Low Low Low Low
Feb. 11 17 Church Sunday 11:00 a.m. This
ed Parliamentary Registrar lie is P
to fill the office next month. thirty-two voice choir has gained 1 Bedroom or efficiency
Dr. Katie E. Wickham, president national fame on the coast to
of the National Beauty Cul- Atlantic Manor
Malcolm Mackey 39, an agricultural coast. Radio network on the
worker, died of a heart turlat League Inc., has pro. United Negro College Fund Choir 4190 NW 32nd Avenue
nounced Feb. 11.17 as National
attack January 20 at Belglade,
Florida. Mr. Mackey, who lived on Beauty Week. Church aervice In Hour, heard each Sunday mornIng foDa1ti71>M7paIq >pl:htayl>aanxaamaAaaaxaaa>aa
Dumping Ground Corner, Nassau, a group to open Beauty Week over the ADO Radio Net. ._ .-. L J-.
is survived by his wife and six I activities. In compliance with the work. They have appeared on television m. 'I"
children. The body wait flown proclamation the Miami Beauticians and have been acclaimed
home. Association will worship with Music Critics as one of the BARKIEY'S CUT-RATE STORE
Mt. Ziotx Baptist Church at its outstanding College Choir in the I

In a traffic accident on January The 11 a.m.Rev service." B. T.Sunday Graham,Feb.tutor 11. country. The Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome

28, Berchald Bullafd's legs were will deliver the sermon. H i a Singing at Bethune-Cookman: 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4.2376
broken when he was struck by a subject, "Beauty of Form and College hat been one of the

car driven, by Melvina Collie.Lane and At Character." great traditions of this Inititutlon SSS Tonic ............................ 1.43 8|>edal Angel Skin
the Junction Hospital founded by the late Dr. Emulsion lair Cream :2.50 size 1,25
Meeting Street, Collie lost control The Honorable Mayor Robert McCleod Bethune. Many Scott's Blench & Glow Cream ........ ..75Laxtone
and the car pinned Dullard. to the King High will officially proclaim Mary outstanding musicians have been ................................ 1.75 plus tax

the observance of National Institution ....... 1.73
developed i n this 7-20 .? old) 07 Ilergamont
wall.The Beauty Week for this area. while taking an active part in lair Groom ..............
Bahamas of theA.M.E. Lanolin Plus
The association consist of the Concert Chorale. Liquid 1.75 Old 07 Pressing OU .
Zion Church held its annual unite number 7, 32, 85 and 49. the loz. Free Dolls ................ 1.08 to 18.08
session January 24-27. at St. The 1961.62 edition of
Joseph A.M.E. Zion Church, Blue The Mal iott presidents Mtildrow, are No. 7 Mesdames and Concert Chorale consists of Gifts of all descriptions. Use our layawayOPEN
Hill Road, Rev. A. C. Rolle, pastor. nag thlrty.two singers representing
tlonal area chairman of 10 P.M.
Deanty A.M. to
Bishop Herbert Bell Shaw of Wilmington DAILY & SUNDAY -
major departmentof
nearly every
Week; C. Billle Pitts, No. 42,
presided. Delegates from JOHN A. McMINN, Owner
Louise Riley, No. 55 and Betty the College with the Depart.
the United States and Andros
: were FLfiher Newbold, No. 49. ment of Music contributing the

in Attendance* majority of members. ."' ._. . . ... ,.................A""L.. ............................ ...... .
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cess Margaret Hospital on Jan. 24. worship with us.
He was a native of Mangrove Cay, Said ::1
As We
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Andros, and Is survived by one During the week in some We Told you So -
churches beauty services will be
son, Kermit; five brothers, Wilfred.Prince ,
Robert, Errol and Bastlan: rendered by the member to hospitals 1
one sister, Mrs. Maude Miller of and other public Instttu.tions ::1
New Yok. : Lantana, West Hollywoodand AEROJET Will Build A Rocket Plant y

the Veterans Hospital, etc. !I4 I
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Hog Island, is undergoing the
greatest "face-lifting" that could LOOKHave
be wished for by any place. Hunt- P
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nancier-philanthropist is turningit TruetdeU'i Beauty Shop? h ft PI? A Ml A
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LOOKING THE '. on a profeseionai nla

J record an ordinary, needing nl iMJfiiSBf for thor ,':'li.,,_ I.ltl.......,."'L. lHAUIl\.a:"' lll.l l.ll....N t-JLl.l....
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SPORTS WE'ER L Stilt. tot bird seUOD in
would,' bettered his now ,
\Vh tJa. a.s Government Inspected And! Approved
/ ; pwrteus eeMpn'$ record, averaging ,
By LEO B. ARMBRI8TERSPORTSMEN ; 49.7 points-per game as com*

DG1 Gz" f. 38.3.pared to( last season's record of LOY L HOMES. OPEN

\ FIND SATELLITE ceivable reaao..,_+ _. "and 17s1ses) the rec.Ord fib.. MIAMI WILL HAVE MUCH LOW LOW DOWN PAYMENTS: ,
OUT flS iot make the ,prln. 15.25'N_ ., t
Sportsmen seem to have the erg lement of the pole Miami Springs Golf Course will EZ TERMS! ",.'_ LESS THAN RENT
uncanny instinct of finding the ng sport. be well travelled In the next two ; ',, '1
own sect .and gMherlng uaA 'AXKS IN FT. LAUDERDALEThe weeks with the annual Baseball See today, ..-, $25 binder holds. .' ".
friendly pow-wow an tl j New York Yankees swung Players Tournament beginning on .
Mitehlil'sNorthi9outh C--
u'prhe Feb 15
and the Ray
past performanc" yeses back the gates of their newspring ,
dictions, ofirft times do- training grounds In Fort I extravaganza follow.Ing
the tee, 1343 NW 40th STREET
01 the baseballers on
generaly4h than we laysmen Lauderdale this week and
oj1e 'eve. ; ,a compUJh.t1JIIfi brought Florida to another the southeast star coast studded of and 23rd.going As In the previous rounds seasons until this the Must see I :Lovely] home with extra furnished 1 bed.

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place for such gatherings- the warm sunshine in prepa. golf. practically rent free. ,A-l shape?
Satellite Lounge holds a' ration for the long arduous McDANIEL\ ROLLS LEAGUE
visit to this "out of the WorldSpot" stretch .to what could wel 1 be llldll OF 2M. ... a a a '",
will prove. The congenial another championship for the
host, William Harris, Is all up mighty Yanks.MCNEELY .' J3ara D&Danl&lvwas'' the -wan 'of .4321 NW llth PLACE''
in< the air with the manner in I CANCELS: FED 21 the Excelsior League last Thuri. a
L which his many friends have taken BOUT HERE day night bowling a nifty 235 Gorgeous northern style 3 b dtobr Nicest street t in
scratch to lead his team to a
to the atmosphere of h 1 avery Tom McNeely, who knock.ed ,
beautiful lounge. was three-game sweep over Wilson Miami. Wall, to wait carpeting fire place, central
He promise to continue to champion out Floyd by the Patterson heavyweight, can. Rental and in the process capturing ,heat, hardwood floors. A-l shape, extra large lot.
the coveted flret place high
reward your patronage with the celled a bout with Jefferson Da. of,the league $500 down. Move right in. No waiting.;
same good entertainment and vis scheduled to be staged here game ,
cozy atmosphere that has given Feb. 21, because of the doubtful His 235'now leads Eddie .
him the great enthusiasm with remarks made by his manager, Thorpe's 234 and Willie Lazler's
which he welcomes you now. Peter Fuller conceding the al. 233. 1188.1190 NW 51st STREET
I come of this fight. Fuller's al. League averages of. 160 and up: ,
JOHN VAULT UELSES SHOULD RECORD STAND POLL laged:! remarks were: John Marshall 176; James Hard to believe. Must see these lovely l CBS homes on

The welcomed and contro. "If he looks bad in the fight Mltchum 172; Ted Potter 170; one large corner .lot. Live in huge CBS with Fla.
I'll make him and : Dennis eak 169 James ,
/ get a ; Terry
I versial criticism John Ueltes that has,record accompanied Job." 169; John Edwards 169; Carey 'robin and rent, other doll house to pay mortgage.
16y4 foot poll vault could McNeely thinks the pressure of James 169; Wilton Cox 168; $1SOO'down.
- these remarks added to ,Nlch-
the boutis Bruce .McCord 166; WHile
plagued his ancient ancea- too much to contend with. Olson, 160 and Frank Smith 185. ..---a -_- --
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In'g'.Pre In, the historic first place.man probably' Brand New Homes 'Move in tomorrow. CBS doll house close to (Grand-

used the art of vaulting for the way, Manor Park, buses. $499 down.

\ narrow specific streams purpose, 'therefore, of spanning laying Save Money .
i great stress on distance Instead
,l' of, height. Naturally, the most Owner at 1430 N.W. 59th St. I
suitable branch of tree was
shaped for the most effect Job; 2-BEDROOMS 2 BATHS i ,
in modern times several types of Open Sunday 2-5
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