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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: February 17, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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39TH YEAR, N d o ZD MIAMI FLORIDA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1962 1C PACES.-. 10 C nti. .. .'

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I Negro Community Gets First ISenators' Criticized :For : ;: '


Integrated Fiscal Institution .

Pompano Housing
Application for a Federal Sav High School Attorney Henry ATrington Bias
ings and Loan Institution to be JT a very promising young e ; ..
located in the downtown Negro Lawyer with a lucrative practice.
district has been approved re He also is high In political circles, A protest was lodged Tuesdayby
eently by the Federal Home Loan both local and national. W C. ft ftC Rep. Herbert Zelenko (D.,
Bank Board, Washington! D. c. Cogdell is an Educator. He is the N, Y.) against the Washington
r the Charley will be granted to Principal of the Bcthune Elementary Senators baseball >players for practicing '
the FrariklW Federal Savings and I School and was at one time racial
segregation at. their
Loin Association. & J>1.facial group assistant to the Superintendent of
} headed by Billy EUjcne: Miller : Public Instruction there in Dade Florida training camp at Pompano
Dr Nathaniel Colston and Josopn I County. He was a of the Beach *
P. Curry tho Association's temporary i. Florida Normal and industrial Col.
officers. The application lege, located at St. Augustine, Fla. Secretary of the Interior StewartL.
has been with the Home Udall was urged by him to insist
pending
Loan Bank Board for ,bore than The Reverend Edward T. Graham the club to stop this practice or
two is the Minister at the Mount lose its'tights to play its home
years. Zion Baptist Church. lie has long games in the government-owned 1r
News of the approval came as a since been active in many areas of District of Columbia Stadium.
boon to the Negro citizenry which uplift for his people. He is the
UP to now was! without I' financial President of the Greater Miami Benny Daniels, Willie Tasby. and
institution Among the 139,900( Negroes Ministerial Alliance, and Chairman RECEIVES PRESIDENTIAL Chuck Hlnton, the three Negroeson
.in Dade COilnty, Sizeable : of the Board of Trustees at the the Washington team, live in a
J Killens wife
I THANKS-Mrs. Ova private home while the white players .
deposits liaVe been made lit station Florida Normal and Industrial College
"D" of the: Post Office, but Otis D. James is the businessman of Clyde Killens, well known Miami are quartered In a Pompano
with very little hope;for adequate aniong the Negrq member of businessman of 173 N.W. 11th St, Beach hotel, he. said.

return in dividends t6 be realizedon the group. He is ad insurance ex.e'UUve recently received a personal letter The club attempted to make the
savings. and manages the. Afro- of thanks from President John F. best possible arrangement for its
American Life Insurance Co. herein
The*coming of the Franklin Fed i Miami. Mrs. James is a teacher. Kennedy for a gesture which she Negro players under existing con
eral will bring to the community rendered the President. ditions in Florida said its spokes
relief for a need long overdue fora I "Our,plan is to give to this com man in Washington. Two other
people who are trying so desperately munity many services,which it has Mrs. Killens wrote a letter to major league clubs have solved the REV. FREDDIE/ BLACK, of 3950
to lift themselves by their I not had before The training of the President, offering suggestionsby same problem''by buying hotels and NW 8th Ave., a resident of the
own boot straps. Prudence in the young Americans, regardless of which he could the m' tels. But the Senators lost Miami community for 'some 40
over-come
handling of funds the develop. race or color is one of the great $250,000 last year and could hardly Feb. 11th at Jackson
ment of thrift habits, debt.free needs of our time. We must, within back ailment from which he suf. afford to do that. Memorial hospital He is survivedby

home ownership, pride of institutional our geographic limitations, prepare lend occasionally. Mrs. Killens He said the three Negroes have his wife, Mrs. Hettlo Black; five
ownership, and the ground them for the exigencies of I suffered a similar ailment sometime equal accommodations in a brand daughters, Mesdames Mittie Lee:
work for the establishment of a life so that they may be able to Gardner Hazel Collins Francis
ago, and succeeded in oven new home to those of tho white Mary
withstand the inroads of
basic within the any counter Black
economy group, Ada Belle Jenkins and
coming the same by means of the players.
to the American
ideology way
are some of the readily seen benefits Shirley Black; two sons, Matthewand
which are almost. certain to of life," Mr. Miller the temporary same suggestion: which she offer. The Washington Redskins foot. Robert; and one brother Rev..
coma.' president said today.Weaver ed the President! rail team, which Udall threatened Dan Lewis Funeral services will t

The bank is to be located ator I |10 deny use of the D. C. Stadium be, held Saturday, Feb.' 17th at '12 '
near the location at 812 N.W. ,and unless it hired'Negro,players,. has noon, New Bethel Baptist ,Churchin
Aye. A, dowatott'it' will prove added several Negroes to its contracts Opa-Locks, with Rev. W, K.
prrucularlconvenient: for those Asks That Suburbs for 1962. Smith officiating
in activities
who must come for at
the larger churches; for the business .

and those interests eking! ; and recreation for shopper in Be Opened To Negroes I

In Northern
this area. 'Segregation

To Open In JulyA I In a speech to the Federation of the surrounding suburbs.
target date is set for sometime Protestant Welfare Agency in New "Should this come about, racial.
around the first of July as the York City ,Tuesday, Robert C. cleavages will be added to the
time when the doors of the Frank Weaver, U,.$.Housing Admlnixtnoof Jurisdictional cleaves that now divide Schools AIso'-NAACP I
lin will- be thrown open, ,. I'Unshave c. Led.( eiLortsjo.. :oof our metropolitan areas and ; : '
been effectuated fot"th..f prts:' eubuhr ttf-Iiltor[wgltll' the problems 'or urban development I ,.,, '

:gram- of subscription, ,and eager cm: atfor&tp, heri'l'a. ,"t't.dcrlO. wilMwonxQ. even more com.pierthan The, first returns in a survey. of and, court b5gun.Jji.: ,..", : .
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subscribers Will have 'every convenience "" they ire today 500 NAACP branches outside the some areas, WllkiAh'ld" I
to immediately become a He said the alternative to urban. South have shown allegations of The NAACP official noted that
Weaver who is to head the

part-owner of an institution which proposed suburban "racial cleavage is great school segregation in 23 Northern<< attitudes on '
of urban
they have long since envisioned.This federal department er freedom of the choice in hous communities, the head office of the differ in various communes. He
affairs and housing said there
group is probably the first should be simultaneous redevelopment ing for both whites and non- association in New York reportedthis observed that Morristown, N. J,
of its kind in the south to have a whites." week. voluntarily decided to reorganizeIts -
of older cities to "attract
biracial board. Emphasis is here whites back." I Roy Wilkins NAACP Executive schools, while, New Rochelle,
placed on its Negro members who VOTKIl HKGIOTIIATIOX DRIVE Secretary said that ko far segregation N, Y., had to be fought all the way
represent top leadership through He said that without this, "we liana are bring completed for I has been reported in Amityville. to the Supreme Court.
varied interests in the community. mammoth Voter IteffiiitraUon Hempstead and Manhasset,
urban
in of
Pr. Nathaniel Colston Is a Phy.l.eian may see some our Drive beginning March 5. Fire N. Y.Englewood Montclalr Newark -
the of non-white
of considerable note and with areas emergency location and Plainfield, N. J.J
in central cities and thesolidifying jr.to-reach neighborhood Orange : 4 Mski Who'd Who
valuable experience in real estateas majorities of white majorities in will be inad pomlbta by Stamford, Conn.; Chester, Coates-
well. Mrs. Colston.)is the Librar. Metro for your convenience. yule and Philadelphia Pa; Cleveland At FAMU
ian at the Booker T. Washington ; Chicago Danville} East St.
Louis, Joliet Maywood, Mount Vernon Four Dade Cc-untlans were
and Bobbins I1L Detroit and among the 30 Famgans who earned
Grand Rapids Mich.; and Pasa recognition to 'Who's ,Who Among i
dean California. Students In American' Universities
School bq,rd. hare been I ap and, Colleges for the 1091-02 ;i iI
r I proached,'tq change their policies school year at FAMU recently.
'Daring the opening moment of
the annual banquet honoring
TOP NAMES AT -Who's Who" .student, President
I George W. Core declared, "You
:repre.ent.th.-best we !have..and wo,
HAMPTON: HOUSEThe I are very proud of you." .Z.
I Miamians honored are: Willa: '4". ,
niatb nnvI North:an*
I Sooth golf'.tourncfiiftat ncbeditled. Purl Br ou Daromell JWtcn*!t..: -:;. ...
YF for Feb. 19-JS: at th. Miami GmJdica Rote;" Jda. patl. Whip-:

Ti SrtDp.COUDtl'T' Clnbvlr drawing pie. Florida City.In ., ,-4 ...
many proralne por o aJltio ta ..
1 v Miami. IIIIIIII"" TI,
nx N.r kr Among the "name*" attendingthis a
tournament and stopping at Sk Any.
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Hampton House are ''tho follow.
lag: Dr. Walton Manning the Education
Altbea, Gibson Joe LooU./TU. Department of the University
verend Martin Luther King, Atty of Miami will speak at the
+ Frank Rtorwi Joseph Make r.. Adult Forum at First Unitarian
prosentativo of CbrtttUa Bros. Church, 4fl S.W.2Oth Rd.. on Bro-
a'9 Wines ICoM K.s4rtek*. 'rtpr4entatlve !tberbood Sunday,Feb. 18th.: Ills i
of CoeCol&; Mrs. 'subject Is "The Educational: Plight
ROM Tyler eohnaftfet wttfc JUrow of the American Negro.* ,
American Newspapers J.h nSengitaek Th Adult Forum begins at 10-00: t
Owntr-Pnbiltbtr of *.tn. and la held in the auditorium. .;
the Chicago Defender; Jackie of the church
WiLSon foremost Rock and Roll Teachers and others are invited.
F Organizing members are from Buss, Otis D. James Joseph P. Graham, Billy E. MUle} Walter C. linger of the dayRalph KttesJf not only to hear what Dr Manning
left to right: sitting. Attorney Hen- Curry and Dr. Nathaniel Colston. I CogdeU and Donald Van Kough. U. 6. Olympic sprinter fa the hat to say but to take part in the
ry Arrington. Phillip A. Spier I Standing Emanuel Max Fruchter net, attorney for the applicant mO'i; Earl .Battor"'and Hall of discussion period tint follows, aid
Loyal 0. Domnlng, Drt Norman Ronald C. Shafer, Rev Edward T. group Missing Its Martin Curry. Fame member, Jackie Roblajon. Robert W Sonen, minister



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BAHAMASI JI I BROWARD COUNTY I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1962 PAGE 15
IN AND AROUND m I Ij

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Hollywood.The I parent aided their children in
Local Constable lames Adder. the decision IB ah insult to the I II decorating their bicycle for the
ley was fatally stabbed on the people of the :''Bahamas. By WALTER HOWI5 Broward County Beau I event Prizes were awarded to
bight of Feb 1 by an all.g+d winners. Miss Patricia Love judged
a-obHr" apprehesded In the tlcianrt of West Hollywood and the affair. Afterwards a dance
ralaadale area. Adderley and E. Hilda Bowen Bahamian nursing meets Friday, Feb. 16, :at X p.m. Hallandale are thanking; all who called "The Twister" was held for
Roll*, another constable w.re on sister, has been appointed at the Masonic Temple on Pembroke I made their fashion show and the entire playground.
cy patrol' about 12:30: a ... Matron of the Princes Margaret Road. All members are I dance a success at the Paradise
when \they met a man walking Hospital. She is the daughter of urged to be present.The Club in Liberia last Monday LITTLE HOMEMAKERS
wUb a package Is hU hand. Irvln W. Bowen and the late Mrs. night. PREPARE MEAL
Justina Bowen of CunninghamLane.
Adderly question the BUB.jpect South Dade Pout No. 8195 WALKER PLAYGROUND The Little Homemakers of Sun-
while Brice held both bicycles American Legion will meet Sunday A Bicycle Cavalcade and Decor. land Park Recreation Center pre.
and unwrapping the Matron Bowen graduated from Feb. 18 from 0 to 8 p.m. ating contest were held at Walker pared their first two dish meal
package, he saw it was com.merclalljr the Government High School. at the Chamber cf Commerce Playground Friday afternoon at Thursday afternoon: these little
and had frozen She was the first Bahamian student cooks girls the 4tb.
boxed in 5th
and
building. All members are ask- 4:00: p.m. The festivity was arrayed 6th
,
'chlckea part Suspecting theft: in 1946 to study nursing in _d to be present. in beautifully decorated grades, prepared beans and ham
,Addertey reached for the man's the United Kingdom. She received colors. Boys and girls participatedin hocks with mouthwatering corn.
4*ffcet. As he bent, the suspect her general training at Farn. --- the affair. Joel Powell won the bread. Featured cooks for the at-
Mrfew a ("dagger-like" Instrument borough Hospital, Kent. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Seymourgave prize for the mOlt beautifully ternoon Were Elaine Brown find
,and plunged it into his shoulderand a reception at :their new decorated bicycle, while Lewis Charlette Taylor. other membersof
ran. The two police Rave\ Miss, Patricia Marie Watson home in West Hollywood Sun. Stokes caught the eyes of many their group served members of
'chase but Adderley. bleeding adopted daughter of Mr. and day in honor of their baby boy with his creation of the most unusual the class and their special guests,
profusely, fell to the ground ,and chrlstwd of Mr. Joseph C. Carter and his
Mrs. Victor Smith was married to Irving Jr., who was decorated bicycle made secre
died a few minutes later. The Peter Roland Alexander Curry, by the Rev. E.'IJ., Clark at Cen. Sunday Comic Strips from the tary, Miss Mary fi. Clemons. Mrs
CID Unmaking a vigorous search son of Mr. and ,:Mrs Foland tral Baptist! Church. Many rela. newspaper. Shirley Anne Merit Ada B. Moore is the instructor for
for the bandit. Curry on Jan. 31. Attendantswere tives and friends from Miami and Dennis Johnson won the prize this class.
Miss Lillian Moss, Miss were present. Among UUJ11VRI for the best decorated tricycles.
The annual raffle sponsored Melvin Cooper, Vincent Curry an old claesmate of Yours Truly, Both are four years: of age and at-
by the Crippled Children Com. and Sylveeter Ramsey. The cere. Prince Seymour of Liberty City, tend the playground daily. Many Drive Carefully!

mittee came off at the Cat and mony was at Our Lady's Roman accompanied by his family. -- --- --- -
Catholic Church. : < w= =
Fiddle on'/Feb. 2. The not receipt Irving is the eon of Mr. and
was 17200. Amos Sauna Mrs. Irving Seymour of W est
den of Three Peas Corner was
winner of the first prize a 1962 NHS PTA Meets -:.-. .. ,, A
deluxe Imperial 4-door Chrye- .t y
Under New Management
ler. Second prize Will won by Northwestern Senior High
Mercer Christie Major of Blralnl, dchool will bold PTA meeting
and the third prize went to Monday night Feb. 19 at 8 p.m. Paradise Club ,w
Joseph and Hyacinth of Nassau. ,
Gladys Hadley is presidentAfter RODJIN'JODI
1515 S.W. 12th Ave.

The Rev. Dr. T. F. W. Donala-
aon.\ president of the Bahamas the Dogs stop by the Dania
Baptist Convention the Rev. R. SATELLITE LONGE. Entertain.
.Adderley, statistician; and Mrs. ment every nite.. Popular price WA 39255
Lerinla Stuart, president of the 6222: MV 7th Avenue :1 IN'
Women's Auxiliary of the COBventlon. -
recently attended the ", Aaron Pridgen ,
mld.whatH' meeting of the Boardof L
COMING Bartender ;
SOON
the National: Baptist Conven.
Lion At Hot Springs.
Teachers' Talent onnle Barmaid 1Yat oni4MI WINEDRINK

Mrs. Doris Sands Johnson Is to 1 +
receive the doctor of education Night
lIamm
Gregg Manager
degree at New York University -.-.., ._- .-
In June. She earned her first de. -- :;
gree (B.A. magna cum laude) at
Virginia Union University then Beautiful Home on
the master of education degree
Your Lot
from the University of Toronto.

She taught in the Bahamas for ...........................
17 years before she was given a t jV
ftv M
:; in 1956to
study educational admlntstra.tion. .
i ;,, Fastest Drinkin

Dr. Johnson has been cited by
several international women's the West .
magazines, and ban been Inter
ested in Bahamian student as. Servlo ,
Complete Building } The Wild Drink
soclatlons in Canada and the
UJS.A. She is one of the leaden PLANNING ,
In the movement for women's KKV. DU. j. LUCY in the
franchise in the Bahamas. OF GIIKEXVILLB 8. C. e BUILDING
Guaranteed success Have your FINANCINGYour
loved ones strayed from you? Is New Horn Big Square, Bottle
The PLP and the UBF are your home unhappy? Do y o U
usually divided on almost all need' money? Are you living un.
issue In the House of Assembly. der crossed conditions? Do you No Down Produced by ConiMfMk Vintners

On Feb. 1 both partties united want peace of mind? Do you PaymentOver :ate .Francisco Calif.
ii protesting against the ousting want to conquer your enemies?
of Major Augustus Roberto at If so make an appointment with 2 B% by volume
55, from the Police Force by the REV. I>H. J. LUCY Twenty Yssr. of
Governor The Governor has the No charge if I fail. For home Construction bxperlenc ..
power> to extend the time. A rep. troubles love affairs and luck Guaranteed Satisfaction a. dv' A SMOOTH WINE
resentatlve committee conferredwith E. Albany Ga.
the Governor recently in 1481 N\V 70th Street 3'L; E E(3
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
Teachers Hold Planning Meet I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1962 PAGE 3


One-hundred twenty-five dele- sional progress made during that
gates representing nearly 8,000 decade was astonishing. Dr. Porter Stale PTA To Masons And Eastern
members of the Department of announced that the March issue of
Classroom Teachers, Florida State the FSTA Bulletin would be the Meet In W.P.B.
Stars To Meet Hart
Teachers Association! attended the I Convention Program. Material for
two-day Mid-Winter Planning Con inclusion must be in by March 15. All duly accredited delegatesand i
ference held last weekend In Ft. Conference Evaluation was made i representatives of the Florida The Peter W Ray Grand Council
Lauderdale. The conference sessions during the 12:30-1:30: ( : Luncheon. Congress of Colored Parents and of the Ancient Accepted Scottish -
and the Public Meeting were The final two and one-half hour Teachers are urged to attend the Rights Masons, along with the
held at Walker Elementary School period was devoted to "Feed Back" thirty.fifth annual convention of Rising Star Grand Chapter of the ''I I
of which FSTA Cato Roast is the from the Committees and a sum the Florida Congress of Colored order of Eastern Star will both ,
principal, marization by President Mogul Du Parents and Teachers February 22. convene in Miami on this Saturdayand 'f
Pree. The 1962 FSTA will conveneat 24, 1962 which will be held in Sunday, February 17 and 13
Mrs. Mogul DuPree of Tampa, Dinner Key Auditorium April West Palm Beach at Roosevelt in their annual grand sessions. The
dynamic president of the Depart 2628. High School, as the guest of the joint convention will be held at
ment, gave a succinct explanationof Palm Beach County Council the the Carver YMCA building at 3770(
the Conference Agenda and 8th District, and the Roosevelt N.W. 15th Avenue.
briefed conferees on Committee assignments High School. The local New Jerusalem: Lodge
at the Open Executive The theme of the congress will No. 219, the Ill. N. Manning, W.M.,
Board nieellnfl at 3:30: on Friday be "Balance P.T.A. Program A and the local Star of Bethlehem
aftefnodn. Miss Anita Huffing, ri: Challenge." This will be the Chapter of the O.E.S., Mrs. Estella
National President CTA-NfiA, the CORAL ANNIVERSARY of the Zanders, W.M., will serve as hosts:
principal speaker' for the public Florida Congress of Colored Parents to the convention. The Ill Willis:
which tt lasted @nlng "e* Gels Masters and Teachers. We will cele Palmer, Grand Deputy Inspector'of
sion until, 0 d'clock. brate 35 years as an organization Florida, will preside at the sear
District Nd. 10 was fof ft d.SO:+ The National President, Mrs. sions.
Buffet Dirinef, Jerome Z. Morris of Montgomery, The sessions will begin at 9:00)
Mrs. Irma Allen 1 President 6f Degree In NursingMrs. Alabama will be the guest of honor o'clock on this Saturday morning.,
the convention banquet and instal-
the Broward during the congress.We .
County Classrpdifl Gloria Rose Stallworth. expect all units to display lation of officers will be held Sat
Teachers,
Public Meeting.presided Platform at the 8 o'clock gUests daughter of Mrs. Olive Uodweliand their procedure Books during the urday night, the grand: parade will. ',
included CTA officers and granddaughter of Mrs. Martha congress May we show the growthof be held Sunday afternoon at 3:00: *
ssntatives from civic repre-- Stoor of 1771 N.W. 64th St., received our units in graphic manner o'clock, and the closing program*
church and educational business oi4 the masters degree in Nurs with your Procedure Book Ex will be held Sunday afternoon.,The-
Broward groups ing from Western Reserve University hibits. Weary Travellers Gospel Singers
County. Cleveland, Ohio, during the Mrs. May Dell Braynon chairman and a number of other well knowni
A Breakfast session beginning at winter commencement exercises will be glad to receive scrapbooks singing groups will furnish music:
7:45: Saturday morning providedthe for the occasion. The is in-
public
held February 5, 1962. While pursuing posters, pictures or any
time for Committee organize the masters program at other materials pertaining to ,'n', mtd to the open programs.
ton! C. S. Culver, District No. 10 Western! Reserve, she was the recipient PTA activities. All exhibits! will be --. .-.-
President, opened the 2nd
General of a fellowship grant handled with care Be sure som
Session at 10:15. Dade County pro warded by the United States Of- delegate is responsible: : for takiiu After the Dolt Mop by the
vided the Devotional program. Vice of Health, Education and Welfare your exhibit home. SATELLITE I ONOI Entertain
Cato Roach gave some directives Mr. Anthony L. Simons is Publicity ment every nUe.. Popular prices.
concerning working to strengthenour \ Chairman. 0222 NW 7th Awnno
FSTA, purchase FSTA Build She is a native Mlamian a Delta
ing Bonds, Improve lines of
communication soror and was very popular among
increase our know. the young adult set of this city V Ih I
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ledge about the profession at local, Her education was obtained In the o
state and national levels, dedicate local school of this city and FAMU Learn the art of
ourselves to our profession, improve A where she received the bachelor of
the quality of instruction, science and registered nurse de
encourage those doing a good job, .. of'N
share information '....ah other memo d grees. BARBERING AND
bers of the profession. Her area of specialization whit
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Dr. Porter, Executive Secretaryof -- at Western Reserve was the are)a
FSTA, answered questions and Mr. and Mrs. William II. Klnv of Public Health and presently shi
shared experiences at an Information bro of 2515 NW 46th St. celebrated is employed by the Cleveland Department ,PROCESSINGMIAMI
Please session which beganat their 12th ,wedding anni.rersarjr of Public Health in i 8 '
11 o'clock and lasted through on February with a supervisory position.
1230.: Of special interest was the cooktall party at the Hampton
sharing of a letter from J. L. Gant House Supper Club. Eolyn Is a
comparing the 1950 with the 1960 local school teacher and Dill is Drive Carefully!
FSTA Convention. The profes- l a Metro detective sergeant.

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I BROWARD COUNTY I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1962 PAGE 15
IN AND AROUND WE BAHAMASLocal

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Hollywood. parents aided their children in
Constable Jatoes Adder. the decision Is ah Insult to the decorating their bicycle for the
>Hey was fatally stabbed on the people of the 'Bahamas. By WALTER ROWS event. Prizes were awarded to
Beau.
of Feb 1 by an alleged The Broward County; winners. Miss Patricia
tight Love judged
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and
robber h@ apprehesdsd in the ticlan.3. of West Hollywood the affair. Afterwards a dance
talmd&l area. Adderley and E. Hilda Bowen, :Bahamian nurs- meets Friday, Feb. 16.t: 8 p.m. Hallandale are thanking all who called "The Twister" was held for
Roll, another constable were on ing sister, ha appointed at the Masonic Temple on Pem- made their fashion show and the entire playground
cycle patrol' about 12:30 a. in, Matron of the Princess Margaret broke Road. All members are dance a success at the Paradise
when "(they met a man walking Hospital. She Is the daughter of urged to be present. Club in Liberia last Monday LITTLE IIOMEMAKERS
with a package Is hla hand. Irvin W. Bowen and the late Mrs. night. PREPARE MEAL
Justina Bowen of CunninghamLane.
Adderly question the 8 U 8. South Dade Vost No 8195 WALKER PLAYGROUNDA The Little Homemakers of Sun-
The
!pect while Brice held both bicycles American Legion will meet Sun Bicycle Cavalcade and Decor land Park Recreation Center pre
\ and unwrapping the Matron Bowen graduated from day, Feb. 18 from 6 to 8 p.m. ating contest were held at Walker pared their first two dish meal
:package, he saw it was com. the Government High School. at the Chamber cf Commerce Playground Friday afternoon at Thursday afternoon these little
merclallf boxed and had frozen She was the ,first Bahamian student building. All members are askd 4.00: p.m. The festivity was ar- cooks, girls in the 4th,,5th, and 6th
\chicken Tarto.? Suspecting theft, in 1946 to study nursing In to be present. rayed in beautifully decorated grades, prepared beans and ham
the United Kingdom. She
-Adderley reached for tho man's.peoket. receivedher hocks with mouth-watering
colors. and girls participatedin corn.
As he bent, the suspect general training at Farn. --- the affair.Boys Joel Powell won the bread. Featured cooks for the at
dr&w a "dagger-like" Instrumentand borough Hospital, Kent. I ternoon Were EUme Brown
( Mr. and Mrs. Irving Seymour prize for the molt beautifully find
: plunged it into his shoulder gave a reception at ,their new' decorated bicycle, while Lewis Charlette Taylor. Other membersof
and ran. The two police Rave Miss Patricia Marie Watson home in Weist Hollywood Sun. Stokes caught the eyes of many their group served members of
chaise but Adderley bleeding adopted of their baby boy creation of the the class and their special
daughter of Mr. and day in honor with his most unusual guests,
profusely, fell to the ground and Mrs. Victor Smith was married to Irving Jr., who was christened decorated bicycle Made of Mr. Joseph C. Cartel and his secre-
filed a few minutes later. The Peter Roland E.J. Clark at Cen. tary. Miss Mary hl.) Clemons.
I Alexander Curry, by the Rev. Sunday Comic Strips from the Mrs,
CID ismaking| a vigorous search son of Mr. and ;,Mrs Poland tral Baptist Church. Many rela. newspaper. Shirley Anne Merit Ada B. Moore is the instructor for
for the bandit. Curry on Jan. 31. Attendantswere tlves and friends from Miami and Dennis Johnson won the prize this class.
Miss Lillian Moss, Miss were present. Among them was for the beat decorated tricycles.
The annual raffle sponsoredby Melvin Cooper( Vincent Curry an old classmate of Yours Truly, Both are four years of age and attend
the Crippled Children Com. and Sylvester!! Ramsey. The cere Prince Seymour of Liberty City, the playground daily. Many Drive Carefully!

mittee came off at the Cat and mony was at Our Lady's Roman accompanied by his family. --Y".... .
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Fiddle onl/Feb. 2. The net re. Irving is the son of Mr. and
celpt was $17,200. Amos Saun. Mrs. Irving Seymour of W est
iers of Three Peas Corner wag
winner of the first prize, a 1962 NHS PTA Meets --=::-=:: = ---. A
deluxe Imperial 4-door Chrysler. k
Second prize was won by Northwestern Senior High Under New Management
Mercer Christie Major of Biralni, School: will hold PTA meeting
and the third prize went to Monday night, Feb. 19 at 8 p.m. Paradise Club
Joseph and Hyacinth of Nassau.::
Gladys Hadley Is president. ROOTIN'TOOTIN'
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1515 S.W. 12th Ave.

The Rev. Dr. T. F. W. Donalaon .
,\,president of the Bahamas After the Dogs stop by the Dania
Baptist Convention, the Pev. R. SATELLITE LONGE. Entertain.
Adderley. statistician; and Mrs. ment every nlte.. Pojmlar prices WA 39255
Lerinla Stuart, president of the 6222 mv 7th Avenue
\Vomen'a Auxiliary of the Co.- .
Mention, recently attended the Aaron Pridgen
mid-wintPr meeting of the Board
lot the National Baptist Convene COMING SOON ,,;; Bartender
Woo At Hot Springs.
Teachers' Talent Bonnie Watson WINE
bz Barmaid
'Mrs. Doris Sands Johnson is to
'receive the doctor of education Night I
Gregg Hamm, ManagerBeautiful
degree at New York University .... ._
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gree (B.A. magna cum laude) atVirginia DRINK
Union University, then Home on
:the master of education degree 1
from the University of Toronto. Your Lot

She taught in the Bahamas for ...........................,
17 years before she was given a ?(4' f7
government stmolaivhip< In 1956 Z ;eL lllJri
to study educational administra.tion. 1111EV.
1D. ;:a Fastest Drinkin

Dr. Johnson has been cited by
several international women's the West .
magazines, and hats been interested "Mt- ...
in Bahamian student! as.Boclatlons .
Complete Building; Service The
Wild Drink
in Canada and the lE
U.B.A. She is one of the leadersin e PLANNING i
the movement for women's 1>1t. J. LUCY in the
franchise in the Bahamas. OF GUKKNVILLE, 8, O. BUILDING
Guaranteed success Have e FINANCINGYour
your
The and the loved<< ones strayed from you? Is New Home Big Square, Bottle
UDF are
your home unhappy Do y o u
usually divided on almost all need: money? Are you living under .
issue in the House of ssemb.ly. crossed conditions Do you, I No Down I'nxlnced by ComMmk Vintners,
On Feb 1 both parities united
want peace of mind Do
you inn I Francisco Calif.
PaymentOver
in
protesting
against the
oustingof want to conquer jour enemies?
Major Augustus Roberta at If so make an appointment with 20% by volume
55, from the Police Force by thA IlKV. DU. J. LUCY Twenty Years of '
Governor. The Governor has the No charge if I fail For home Construction bxperlenee:
power to extend the time. A rep. troubles, love affairs and luck, Guaranteed Satisfaction b'A SMOOTH WINEaoIxx
resentative committee conferred E. Albany, On.
with the Governor recently In 1401 NW 70th Street
behalf of Major Roberts. A member Miami Florida 'ilmmV QaaQp
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA
Teachers Hold Meet
Planning- I SATURDAY FEBRUARY 17, 1962 PAGE 3

One-hundred twenty-five dele sional progress made during that
gates representing nearly 8,000 decade was astonishing. Dr. Porter Slats PTA To Masons And Eastern '
members of the Department of announced that the March issue of 0r :
Classroom Teachers, Florida State the FSTA Bulletin would be the 4w ;
Meet In W PB. :
Teachers Association! attended the I Convention Program. Material for Stars To Meet Here ,
two-day Mid-Winter Planning Con inclusion must be in by March 15. All duly accredited delegatesand
ference held last weekend in Ft. Conference Evaluation was made representatives of the Florida The Peter W Ray Grand Coun.
Laudcrdale. The conference sessions during the 12:30-1:30: ( : Luncheon. Congress of Colored Parents and cil of the Ancient Accepted Scot
and the Public Meeting were The final two and one-half hour Teachers are urged to attend the tish Rights Masons, along with the
held at Walker Elementary School period was devoted to "Feed Back" thirty-fifth annual convention of Rising Star Grand Chapter of the
of which FSTA Cato Roast is the from the Committees and a summarization the Florida Congress! of Colored order of Eastern Star will both
principal, by President Mogul Du. Parents and Teachers February 22- convene in Miami on this Saturdayand
Pree. The 1982 FSTA will conveneat 24, 1962, which will be held in Sunday, February 17 and 13
Mrs. Mogul DuPree of Tampa, Dinner Key Auditorium April ,.t West Palm Beach at Roosevelt in their annual grand session The
dynamic president of the Depart. 26-28. ; High School, as the guest of the joint convention will be held at
ment the, gave a succinct explanationof ;:L. Palm Beach County Council, the the Carver YMCA building at 5770
Conference Agenda and 8th District, and the Roosevelt N.W 15th Avenue.
briefed conferees on Committee assignments tr High School. The local New Jerusalem: Lodge
at the Open Executive! fit The theme of the congress will No. 219, the Ill N. Manning W.M.
Board meeting at 3:30: on Fridayaftefnodn. be "Balance P.T.A. Program A and the local Star of BethlehemChapter
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Miss Anita Buffing, 4 Challenge." This will be the of the O.E.S., Mrs. Estella
National sneaker CTA-NEA, the CORAL ANNIVERSARY of the Zanders, W.M., will serve as hoststo
principal f6r the Public Florida Congress of Colored Parents the convention. The Ill Willis::
Meeting, .attended the opening Sea* Gels Masters and Teachers. We will celebrate Palliner, Grand Deputy Inspectorof
sion which lasted until t 35 years as an organization.The Florida, will preside at the sear
District Nd.. io was host tot a. (d:30: National President, Mrs sions.
Buffet Dirinen In Jerome Z. Morris of Montgomery, The sessions will begin at 0.00); )
Mrs. Irma Alien, President of Degree Nursing Alabama, will be the guest of honor o'clock on this Saturday Installation .
the Broward County during the congress. the convention banquet and
Teachers, presided at the Classrpdnl 8 o'clock Mrs. Gloria Rose Stallworth. We expect all units to display of officers will be held Saturday l'
Public Meeting. Platform giiests daughter of Mrs. Olive Hodweliand their procedure Books during the night, the grand: parade wilf
included CTA officers and granddaughter of Mrs. Martha congress. May we show the growthof be held Sunday afternoon at 3:00: <
representatives
from civic business Stoor of 1771 N.W. 64th St., re- our units in graphic manner o'clock, and the closing programs
church and educational of ceived the masters degree in Nursing with, your Procedure Book Ex will be held Sunday afternoon. The
groups
Broward County. 1r from Western Reserve University hibits. Weary Travellers Gospel Singers:
A Breakfast Cleveland, Ohio, during the Mrs. May Dell Braynon, chair and a number of other well known
session beginning at winter commencement exercises man, will be glad to receive scrapbooks singing groups will furnish music:
7:45: time Saturday for morning providedthe held February 5,1962. While pursuing posters, pictures or any I for the occasion. The public is in-
Committee organizaton. the masters program at other materials pertaining to vrvi mid to the open programs
President! C. S., Culver,the District No. 10 Western Reserve, she was the recipient PTA activities. All exhibits will be .:.._
opened 2nd General
of a fellowship grant handled with care, Be sure som
Session at 10:15. Dade County provided warded by the United States Of- delegate is responsible for takinj After the Dogs; stops 1))' the
the
Devotional program. rice of Health, Education and Wel your exhibit home. SATELLITE LONGK. Entertain
Cato Roach gave some directives fare. Mr. Anthony L. Simons is Publicity ment every ntte.. Popular prices.
concerning working to strengthenour Chairman 0222:: NW 7th Avenno
FSTA, purchase FSTA Build She is a native Miamian, a Delta
ing Bonds, Improve lines of
communication soror and was very popular among
increase our know. the young adult set of this city I.
ledge about the profession at local, Her education was obtained in the o 1
state and national levels, dedicate local school of this city and FAMU Learn the art of
ourselves to our profession, im where she received the bachelor of
prove the quality of instruction, s science and registered nurse degrees -
encourage those doing a good job, l .
share information with other memo BARBERING AND
bers of the profession. Her of specialization whileat
Dr. Porter, Executive Secretaryof ..... .,... i' ,...,_-...-- Western area Reserve was the area
FSTA, answered questions and Mr and Mrs. William H. Kim of Public Health and presently she
shared experiences at an Information bro of 2515 NW 46th St. cele. I is employed by the Cleveland Department PROCESSING
Please session which beganat brated their 12th ,wedding anniversary of Public Health in a
11 o'clock and lasted through on February with acodktail supervisory position.
12:30.: Of special interest was the party at the Hampton

sharing of a letter from J. L. Gant House Supper' Club. Eolyn le a .D .,.,., ,..,. .,-,,, i
comparing the 1950 with the 1960 local school teacher and Bill is Drive ;
FSTA Convention. The profesM.wY1rM l a Metro detective sergeant. Carefully:3
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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, FERUARY 17, 1962 Adult courses are
sewing, Spanish, typing, shorthand, mathematics,
ceramics, reading and cooking. To Speak HereREV.

There is also a kindergarten class.


Election time is coming. Are you a"registered vblr.?

Some people are still being denied this right, or, have it 1a
made so hard} for them, they i become disgusted In Odd

Main Office at 0740 N.W. 15th Aveime>Phone OX 1.0421 County it's easy and you. have every! encouragement.. If
Branch at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami Flonhda Phone FR 82236 you are not registered do so and become a first class citizen
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II. K., SIG1SMUND HKKTKS, Editor and Publisher .
OAHTH O: REEVES, Managing Editor sA >

Entered RB Second Class Matter, August 9, 1027, at the Post Officeat HOUSE FOR RENT
Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1870' : CBS

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COLLAPSE OF A FEDERATIONThe 5801 NW 24th Ave.essesesssssKjassesesa ,

West Indies Federation of colonies with a population .. --
of over 3,115,000\ds\ about to collapse. Jamaica, : e"

!the largest of the islands, withdrew its membership and PEOPLES DRUG STORE BARBECUEAND A* LEON LOWERY
some of :the others seem dissatisfied The British Com
monwealth decided it was best to '(break it up. The announcement LUNCHEONETTE Be ,our guest as we observe our
12th annual Men's Day: at Mt.
was made by Colonial Secretary Reginald 402 and 406 N.W. 8th Street FR 4-5874 Olivette Baptist Church, 1460
Maulding in the House of Commons recently. NW 1st court, Sunday, Feb. 18!
Drug Store Bar-B-Que at 11 a.m. and ,7:30: p.tn. Speaker
for the occasion will be Rev. A.
METRO CHANGESNine f Specializing in prescriptions Featuring breakfast, lunch S Leon Lowery, president of the
patent medicines and sundries a. dinner. Old Hickory Bar f Fla. NAACP and minister of
prominent Miami business men, two of them Open dally 0:30 a.m. 12 p.m. tome from 5 p>m. Beulah Baptist Church Tampa.
*
Charles E. tilbsOh is
Deacon
former commissioners, comprise a committee(that for Frl., Ant to 1:30: a.m. Open| Fri & Sat. to 2:80 ara. chairman and Calvin Moss Is co
some time has been studying ways and means for j improvement Satisfaction Guaranteed Free chairman. Rev I. C. Mlckiris is
in our Metropolitan government /i since last Delivery minister.
October &&i& & a .

Last week they released a report of their findings JUST B OWSIN'Dl

that suggests several changes. Over 4,000 Customers Can't be' Wrong!
This' committee would cut the number of commis- Paul R. Henry:
I S. R. 22' Written While You Wait :
sioners from 13 to nine. They believe the county manager :' 11OOL
has too much and ,that all major department
power Service First as low as Roberta Applegate, Miami
heads appointments and administration orders,should be Herald staff writer has written a
approved by the commissioners. The committee wants the I $5.40 series pf articles on some.,of MI.
number of reduced and their limited InsuranceAgency Deposit ami's leading citizens telling
judges jurisdiction
I St.a.rts'Our. In how 'they Jive, their aspirations
to hearing traffic. cases in unincorporated areas. i and goals. Ye Editor has heard
.
If the Metropolitan charter Review Board and Citizens I : ::ce.hnmedl.Miami many favorable L_ comments.

Committee could get together they might be able The United tae Senate lat
to make such recommendations that will be acceptable to I Opa Locka Tuesday passed a measure that
the Metro commissioners. 3497 N.W. 7th Ave. 16300 N.W. 27th Ave., would make available 212,500
NE student scholarships and pro.
5.6355
Metro(has Jiad a tough time from the{very beginning. NA 4-6612 vide thousands of classrooms.
However is not there an old story saying that sometimes The vote was 69 ,to 17. The

a bad beginning makes a good ending?, : L amount 2.87 billion of money dollars.for program Is
1
Have a Lifetime Profession If the House passes this bill
CHECKjFUND RAISING GROUPS It will be a big victory for the
administration and a boon to
Miamians have a date, with the/city, ,commission on 'Core-Graff School for Nurse's Aids education

Wednesday, February 21. On that day will be discussed Bishop "W. F. Ball and Mrs.
a proposed ordinance that would control 'charity drives. 1711 West Flagler Street Ball of Paul Quinn College,Waco,
The ordinance sets up a committee with power\to\ inspect Texas who spent the Christmas
books and records of fund raising groups, to license and FR 9.7357 holidays lat weefc.In Miami returned home

bond paid promoters and set the amount of drive .'pro- New classes forming each week. Ten weeks course
ceeds that can go for administrative/expenses limiting it Day or evening classes Carolina Bishop to'Ball attend went the to funeralof South

to. percent REGISTER NOW Bishop Griffin of South Caro.

vate It establishments.:cuts out placing coin receptacles-In. public or,pri- I Bishop Una Suceedlng'Carey A.Bishop Oibbs.Griffin. Is

r"\JlrUll'.ml' 7mYt7'l'r! ,
Solicitors must carry' ;, cards authorized by the city, \lJUunrUlflUlU'\tl,1I'iUW l-.u.auIU: mTft7tI'rnl'm!

they must also pay. a registration fee of $1.00 and put up a
$500 bond.
LINCOLNFIELDS62nd
Tag days, street sales, telephone solicitation, fund
collecting by children will not be allowed unless the
child is accompanied by a responsible adult. :

The ordinance! seems' pretty good f to us. We will be APARTMENTS

able!'to see, how the ,public'feels, about it. v .


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Miami Civil Service Board has been making some '
changes in 'Its :policy that will be beneficial to many em- Enjoy living in a cool, comfortable: Lincoln Fields Apt. ,

ployees, while. ,hurtful to others. Check These Outstanding Features

On Monday 700 unskilled and semi-skilled workers
many classified as laborers In'the waste, water: and
street divisions were given civil service status. This o REFRIGERATOR GAS STOVE OPEN TERRACES
change however will of the older workers O VENETIAN BLINDS CROSS VENTILATION
,mean ,some TILE BATH ROOMS -
might be laid off. This will be a hardship' since laborersfor : FREE PARKING '. LAUNDRY ROOMS ,

the"city are not pensionable. 1; O AUTO. HOT WATER HEATER S WASHING MACHINES'A
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Then, too, there is the, question of physical -qualifi- O FILTERED WATER :. SCHOOLS, SHOPPING NEARBY
MODERN
cations. KITCHEN CABINETS
Gfrady: Phelps, superintendent of the waste division 9 CHILDREN'S PLAY GROUND FREE GARBAGE DISPOSAL

said stricter rules will be enforced against absenteeism

Workers have the 'habit of staying away on ,Mon. CARETAKER ON PREMISES AT ALL TIMES
days.' Board members are,against such action.
Enjoy All These Features For As Low As

1 Florida has five educational television stations located $14.00 Weekly for 1-bedroom Apts. ''- ,

at Miami, Jacksonville, Tallahassee, Gainesville and
Tampa, St. Petersburg. Channels In West Palm Beach, $18.00 Weekly for ,2bedroom Apts. '
Pensacola, Orlando and Panama City have been reservedfor
educational programs, but, they are not as yet being Renting Office Open Phone OX 1-8862

used. Daily 7:30 a.m. to 7:30
p.m. Sunday 9
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These stations offer students a varied education p.m.

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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1962 PAGE .5.
ANNOUNCING THE OPENIF 1 -OF"PYhot .

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DECIDE CONGRESS' AIRLINESEGREGATION MUST THE FIESTA :



At The Elizabeth Hotel '
Mary; ... .
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\ 642 N.W. 2nd Avenue ... FR 4='8105
: The Colorado Supreme Court
;t:".: haft ruled in a ..3 f decision that THE CREATOR: AND
racial discrimination by an air. '
.--11 line engaged in interstate com. KElSAN
; merce something which mustbe CHOREOGRAPHERProudly'
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.f. regulated by Congress rather
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than the state. "$ ': \ Presents
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: Marlon D'I( Green, a Negro, /,{' : i "\,,)tt .. The Fast Moving I
l' filed '>t" .
a complaint against Continental '
l '. Airline in a Denver Dl- :.;:'.
trict Court In 1957 ,for refusingto LR MoulinRouge
hire him as a pilot because of
nis race. The Court decided ,' '
against him.

4 1Mryb The court action was broughtby I
the Anti-Discrimination Com.
minion in an effort to force the
airrline to employ Green, who
was a piott for 'the Michigan ,
Game and Fish Department at 7I Revue
Prominent School that time. :4 1

The U. SS. courts have estab. k FRI. SAT. SUN.
Principal Takes lUhed the rule ,that Interstate ,
carriers "muat be free from Di. :.; I; Feb. 16-17-18
verse regulation by the the se
Medical Leave veral states and governed unl. 1v
formly, if at all, by the Congressof '', \ ; "
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the United States said Jus.
For many years pupils and teachers
of Dade County have been for Lice X' Otto Moore in giving the I
tunate to have received the benefitof majority opinion. .M Extra Added
the fine guidance and leadership Su \ ;
qualities so ably demonstrated by '
Mrs. Elizabeth Espy Johnson, Principal Australia School eF ? THE BIGTWIST
of Phyllis Wheatley Elementary -
School. For the remainder of IntegratesIn 4 :
this school year Mrs. Johnson will I .ti! ; ( ; ,
be on medical leave in order that
needed be performed, the village of Elliott, 48 miles
surgery can
south of Darwin, Australia, five
The 'presence of such a dynamic aborignee children entered S, ,, CONTEST
S
a pre-
personality and ardent civic worker I
viously all-white school and six I
will be greatly missed by her white children withdrawn immediately First Prize $25
were
student body, faculty, and. friendsin by their parents.A I
the 5
community. welfare officer accompaniedthe. PlusKelsan't

Mrs. Espy's, activities as Principal native children to the ,school Quintet :
church worker, and civic leader shortly before classes began. They
are far too numerous to list, all tame from an aboriginal school And Congo Devils
but to illustrate her devotion, nearby.
dedication and interest in her Elliott has a population of 47. And Miami's Top, M. C. "Upsetter Harris"
school here are a few activities Twenty-five of them signed a petition -
that were done or started under claiming the native childrenwere Admission 75c Tables Free
not hygienic and would
her administration: Food andclothing retard -
were provided for,under their children's education. --- I
privileged children in the Phyllis They said that their protest was "
WhcaUey area started cafeteria ,not because of race. ''I
fund of $1,000 (donated by Hialeah ,
High School) so that every child
was provided lunch, a worthy pupil
received an eye operation becauseof Another ALL-STAR Week-end at THE
her diligent efforts, and the "
Citizens Committee for Juvenile
Delinquency had its origin under I
her leadership.
KNIGHT SEA
It is the sentiment of this com
munity that God will grant to Mrs

Espy a speedy recovery. .. .
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WE MAKE YOUR Popular manager of The

PICTURE Knight Beat Club takes this E. LOIS FOREMANSensational

While you wait method of saying ''Thank.I .

Only $1.00 I A Million', tothe\ many fine
Sweet Singer
DAVID JEWELERS patrons who made the Dakota

Staton's Shows the Plus
1188 N.W. 3rd Avenge M

Phone FR 41522Jabberwock'f great success which they Hot Papa Turner and His Familv olus RAY
were last week-end. Killens

$-, ...LI also says that he will con. FRI., SAT., SUN., ;Feb. 16 -17 18

tissue to bring only the best
Admission* and Sun. $1.25 SNEEDk'
, entertainers for hIs Knight Saturday $1.50All
Beat patrons, whom he feels r

are some of the finest in the Tables FREE Except Ringsides on Saturday 4 Mr. Twister '

in the air! land. BOBBY MARSHALL, M. C. HimselfTHE



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!i U. .,... .. .. THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

.,J PUN PHUN SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1962 PAGE 7
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LOOKING THE Uy PHIL OftSOFKR ,
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,1 'I THE McGHANEYS YM Kicks Off I
SPORTS WORLD OVERBy 4. I had the great honor and
privilege of apeaklng at Dunbar
High School in Ft. Myers on SPEAKI Member Drive
Feb. 7. My very good friend Dr.
LEO B. ARMBRISTER kY of Richard McGhaney whleh
Henry F. Gilmore principal un
Dunbar personally invited me to means nothing to most people, The big kickoff dinner for the
"'.x.. .,.. ..1 bring an inspirational menage to opening of the 1962 YMCA Membership -
but ns /great as any man in the Enrollment will be held
occasion of
the students on the
sight of GOD. I have often won. this 19 7:30
February
Religious Emphasis Week. derwl why ,o people do Monday *
many at the YMCA.
EXCELSIOR BOWLING LEAGUE Having had little experience not go to church but now I p.m.
in speaking before large assem. know.. I was a member of a The YMCA supports the youth
bites, this was quite challenge.:. church and I tried to be a good through you! Are you a member?
TAKES OH CITY IN TOURNEY However with religion empha. member I was also the uper. Join todayl!
sis being so vital (In my way of Intendent of the Sunday School. I
thinking) I was happy to get the am going to try to let the people Your affiliation as a member .f I
The Excelsior Bowling Leagueof I THE OLYMPICS opportunity to epeak) up on Its know why I am not supertnten. the Young Men's Christian Associa
the Ml Bowling Lanes, the Wil'.ie: Fenderson behalf.I dent any more at lea&f, not at tion enables the Association to extend
146
Capt.
major league of bowling in Darden Baker had the pleasure of meetingMr. that church. its services to larger numbers -
South Florida will challenge the Ernest 164 Jeremiah Primus, Doctor of young people throughoutDade I
entire city of Miami, when theygo Francis Hayes Maxwell 162 155 Gllmore's administrative assli-: God In our help In every need, County.
In competition in the 22nd tant, and renew acquaintancewith Hot dot1 our every hunger feed
Annual City Tournament of the Chris Clarke 149 Mrs. Idella Moss: teacher at God walks beside us, guide our Youths are able to join YMCA-
Greater Miami Bowling Assoc! Edward Porter 146 Dunbar at whose homo I hada way, sponsored clubs and programs; families -

ation on Sunday February 18, at .\ FURNITURE pleasant evening on a pievious participate as units in program
the
& TV Through every moment of activities through clubs
trip to Ft. Myera.Following
the Beach Bowling'Center. 1722
Walter Johnson, Capt. 129 the Dr. day. camping, recreation and purposeful
program
79th St. Causeway.This Arthur Whitten 141 Gilmore, Mrs. Flora II Roberts More n'xlvt"t'k fellowship. No boys or girls ,

Is a proud day for this Irvin Busman 168 )who sponsored the ,program), Thank are ever denied 'membership for
I
young league which has upped Stanley Campbell 146 Rev. Dickens of Mt. Olivet financial reasons from any of the \
ita grade of bowling and bolstered James Buchanan 162 Church, Mrs. Olive! W. Ander. Richard McGlinnoy youth programs.
Its confidence in such a Gary James, 169 eon (fellow Baha'l) and I sat Your membership in the YMCA
manner that it is entering 100 down to lunch and a friendly Insures that these leaders of tomorrow
ST. promote the
GLAIRS
per cent and looking forward to CAFETERIA "gab.fest." of God, the will have YMCA benefits
pinning, down some of the' many Clarence Perry Duhart Cooper,,Capt. 162 My trip was: quite eventful, spiritual rewards are far greater today.
honors and prizes that la a part Sidney Duhart 163 and I almost failed to reach Ft. than the material expenditures Support the YMCA through service
of this great contest of bowling Henry Turner 134 113 Myers in time for my talk. While Involved. and giving!

Each year. Herbert Green 162 I traveling Tuesday night In my car I _.- ----
Zack Graham broke down after dark about 10\
Each member of teamof 138
every
miles east of Naples. I thoughtI
the league will be giving his
would be
marooned there for
EAL GOLDEN FALCONSLeo
best in this keenly contested Armbrlster the night, but with God's help, 1 J ? A1 B12
Capt. 160
and that all
hope
tourney we
Booker was able to get to a phone and
T.
our friends and boosters will ac. lIayes 168
Robert call a wrecker. He got me into
company us' to the Beach Bowl. Jackson 161
Naples just in time to board the
ing Center on the 79th St. Cause. Eddie Thorpe 164 bus to Ft. Myers. I arrived' at' 2p.m. v
way, Sunday, Feb. 18 at 12 noon Livingston Smith 145 i
to give the moral support that is Benjamin Nixon 149
It turned out to ,. so helpful to /make a good game TilE INDEPENDENTSWillie mission, but I feel that the
better. efforts put forth In promoting
Lazier, Capt. 161 religious emphasis made it worthwhile
Following the teams and
are
Judge Locke 159
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When
one sincerely labors
the current averages of each Elmo Williams 139
bowler. .
Leander
Phillips 162 -- -

lath FRAMK III.IIATTRRS John Forrest 155
t
Dennis Peake Jr., Capt. 169 DORSEY PARK FREE DELIVERY DRUG
Willie Mumford 160 TERRY'S 240 ERASES
Billy Johnson 168 DANIEL'S 235 Final First Hall

Clyde Young 160 James Terry permitted Sam BASKETBALL LEAGUE
Johnny White 158 McDaniels high single game HAROLD JOLLIVKTTK, Manager
Willie Nicholson 166 score of 235 to remain one week STANDINGSW L Pet. .__. -
I
and he promptly enured it %lth Bain's Funeral Home .70 1,000 Got Something to Sell? ? ? Try a Times Classified Ad

a sizzling 240. Terry hit the Warriors ............ 0 l' 831
NEWS REALTY spot with six consecutive strikesbefore KKtCK K'xKKK' RtrKtiK4KtLK -KKKK tK KK RKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK_KK.
Spotmen ...+__*,...,.. 5 2 741
Chock Bridges, Capt. 155 which he lie (came up a 6.7 split Wheelers ..____..... 4 3 371
Frank Smith 160 the made look simple with R. C. Ringers __._-_- 3 4 429
.
James Terry 166 conversion Brownsville ___..*..._.2 5 286 AMERICA'S FINEST
Eddie Johnson 161 111IC11ELL'B Rancheros --___..___ 1 6 143
David Fussell 158 RAY 1 NORTH C. V. L. .__..__...___ 0 7 000
Wilton Cox 168 : SOUTH TOURNEY IS A FUN FIRST HALL SCORING

AND PLEASURE TWOSOMEThe LEADERS
HOT SHOPPK PANTHERS Name Team Pis. DOG RACING

Sam McDaniels, Capt. / 143 enthusiasm ,land excite Ed Byrd Spotmen _.....,...115:
Alfred Lewis 140 ment, the planning and preparation Harold Williams Wheelers .__103
Otis.Burns 188 are good Indications, that, the Wally Francis, Bain's Funeral
Earl Washington 137 Ray Mitchell North-South Golf Home .__.....__.......*_.,..... 88 -- -
Johnnie Bobbins 119 Tournament Is agalQ hitting town Al Stlrriup! Warriors ......... 77
Bob Williams Rancheros 7C
Walter Rumphs 136 with a bang. .u. I
This event has crept to the Abner Dawkins, Spotmen ,.*,. 03 I
front of all tourneys of Its kind Charles! Stringer, Spotmen ..u. 68 I NITELY EXCEPT SUNDAYPost

IIAOAN & FONDA TKIIRAZZO and Miami with Its wonderful ac. Gus Marshall, R. C. Ringers -.? 68
commodatlons Ideal climate and Bob White, C. V L. ..--_..... 58 I
Johnnie Ferguson, Capt. 144 most hospitable folk ha* 'added Bob Marshall R. C. Ringers ... 32
Jefferson Hagan 160 to the grandeur of the gala event. SCIIEDULE OF GAMES I Time 8: 15 p.m.
Frank Pincliney: 144
Golfers come from far and Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and
Freddie Mason 149 near Ito get in on the double Friday Nights at 7:30: to 8:30: P.M. l i .
Colin James 168 take of fun and pleasure and we
Cecil Nixon 161 who take all this treasure of ,de. JDugie's I

light for (granted are happy to Guest House HOLLYWOOD
IYIISONRICNTALS. welcome and share the fun with .

James Mitchum, Capt. 144 you.
John Marshall 176 Hats off to the committee for The house of clean room I

John Edwards 169 having planned such an enjoy.
Tim Williams 162 able week There' a good time to Open 24 hours NE 4.3851 G
Ted Potter 170 be had by all whether you golf Seeing is Believing !

I Bruce Cord 166 or not. See ua for clean''' rooms i Kennel Club


2941 NW 47th St., Miami j ,. J


Central Life Insurance Co. of florida Jamaica Du'gie friend, always a -.-

INDPBrownsville
"YOUR FRIENDLY COMPANY"


J MODERN AND ATTRACTIVE POLICIES FROM ........................._....LYJ"-............=....'

.t.. $1,000.00 UP TO $50,000.00 I NEW PATIO CLUB I

Whole Life Endowment EducationalMortgage

Redemption Corporation

Combination Hospital ia now open for business.
Retirement
2 -
Buying anything of value, Admission 500DAILY
And Home
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I ; Family Group. Plan sale certificate. DOUBLE ,

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.: New-Borns Automatically Insured After 15 Day (Also repairing). NO MINORS ADMITTED

REPRESENTATIVES AND BRANCH OFFICES EVERYTHING IS

STATEWIDE IN FLORIDA AND ALABAMACall CONFIDENTIALCall Hollywood Kennel Club ia located on U. S. Highway .

fr representative in your city for additional .
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THE MIAMI TIMES .M A11'',' FLORIDA

Mention GOD BLESS YOU DEAR ONE1( j::pure+ SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1962
"Bill' Allen of 3047
William "
,
Detroit, w&a the guest, .. '':1 I:s.I'f 11-':,' '
of Leslie RycharU In S. Cook II, recently. YOU ARE NOT,ALONE! .,[ ,:V>:. - - ..r...= -...- -
Mr. Cook spent 4; delightful In your sickness, heartbreaks, or if you need.advicefor "
Christmas week recuperating at ... % .. ,
the home of Mr Allen during his
leave of last semester. Mr. Allen MOTHER TRUSTS' SUPERET PRAYERS? ..
'is presently residing In Hollywood lA Jesus Christ' name often work miracles .
by the '''Sea and will be *,,:#""*. ** .
there between visits to Miami, Phone:FR'9-3011 turn yourtroubles, tears andv V: VS
until the last of April.
;t heartaches to peace and joy OX 1.7959, 22nd Ave. and 69th'St.
James Wanza, head coach at CALL THURSDAYS ONLY -2 TO 5 P.M. :
Northwestern High School, was ; '
the guest speaker during the an. t BOTHER; TRUSTS' SUPERET CHURCH: I :' ,
nual Florida A and M University 366?N.W.. 14th St. FR 93011Rv ; I .,' NOW SHOWING
football banquet. Room Attendant
Lou Love Superct Prayer

wife at Dorn,the of Christian on the Wednesday Ret.Hospital Samuel, Feb.Drown to the 14 \1 I-,.. YOU HAVE 10 o SEE RIO BELOVE HI r!

of St. Petersburg, a daughter, \ I
Mary Anita. Mother and baby are ,
doing nicely. t
Jazz Concert

$50 CASH $50 MO. I Y

2 bedrooms,need some work EVERY SUNDAYA

Only $5,000 total near INW Startling New Concept in Big Band Jazz

54th STARRING THE -
St.'o GLENN FORD BETTE DAVIS

$390 DOWN $75 MO: MODERN JAZZ OrchestraDirected HOPE LANGE ARTHUR OOT1ELL

2-bedroom in beautiful area. by JOE GALLIVAN'New

Neat and clean as a pin. No music by 'DON VINCENT ,

qualifying near NW 48th St. FEATURING ; FRANK CAPRA'S ;;: ::4'
O CHARLES AUSTIN, Sax :
-- JOHN GIORGINI, Trumpet

DOCTORS, LAWYERS BILL CHRIST, Bass
TEACHERS BUZZY MILLS, Trumpet I
O BILL LADLEY drummer
,
A dream home in beautiful
4 to 8 Admission $1.25
Custom built p.m. p.m. ITS THE FUNNIEST CAPER FRANK CAPRA EVER PULLEOI
area.
quality ; ....
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home. Air condition, intercom PETER FALK THOMAS MITCHELL :
push button kitchen, EDWARD EVERETT HORTON MICKEY SHAUGHNESSY
John McMillan & The Five Jays
Fla. room:rage,:Go by; to :_,. .- j&., WJC jjaompiuD HAufa: WIUGM! KKRinSft .DSoNftuwofj
see;'and (&11., -: "EVERY NIGHT EXCEF? MONDAY Y : fflil ml PANAVISION.COLOR OOEDmAAmrs'?- :

4401 Lounge open Jaily 12 noon ,til. .
#W 14th AVE.
.., Take Expressway: to 27th Ave. PLUSMAJUCtDfOftDeATM -
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We arrange financing also

TRIO REALTY HAMPTONHOUSE
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801 NW 54th St. I ItCAUSf HI KNtW TOO MUCHI .'

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PL 9.8372PL, 9-5455
Reservations Harold NE 3-0611
NE 6-8745 Kemp, iEYWIIIISS'
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Pat CROWtEY-Dennis HOPPER
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BE INDEPENDENT Susan HARRISON '

'" ,'' p SECURE' YOUR FUTURE! Johnny NASH


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COUNTY NEXT ATTRACTION

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ROBERT GREEN $10 down $10 Monthlyof
"80 years experience In the: field

projwrty. management." fJ0A1n0t ACSIIei OKSCti3 -- r .r.. r; ;, .
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to sell a business? island
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Want
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to buy a home?

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FOR RENT THE MIAMI TIMES -,111IAiEl I(,FRipA r
News -Information 1 *,*"

By Ora D. Taylor service stations super; _.markets_-or. New 4-bedroora. '*2 bath. :home "SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17/1"2';:,,' ,.'.', ': ,. :;."PAGE, 9
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MORTGAGES and others. : ,._ .. corner lot all modern features. r ': :,>Ie't',.
I -Low down payment
The mortage Is one of the The general procedure !in securing
most Important Instruments In a bvortgtgeilpan# Is to I Open Sunday' 1.5'
securing: mortgage lending acti pay a minor portion ofthe pur. .
vltles. The mortgage in the pur. chase price in cash, and borrow 7401.N.Wii,llth AVE.,
chase of a home can be the ing the rest. Unless int} ea). /'Of: aS
'. greatest!!! friend In time of need; conventional terms the, FRA or, .MO-5-6870
th'e.t worst enemy if tnisundtr. VA term. are very low ,*down' .. .
stod".Cr, misused. It is moat Inv I,payments and one mortgage at I
portant' that each home purchaser\ lower interest rates. Today, FOR QUICK SALE
whether purchasing on conven- J FIIA la low with, 4 4 per cent',
I I i'' tlonal, VA or FIIA know many rates. Regardless of" the type of,
/., things about mortgages. The in. mortgage, the borrower should,;. 1600 NW 54th St. Good in- '

',,'.* terest rates change from time to consult a competent real estate come property! .zone B-3 _
time but remain after the papers broker and lawyer when in doubtas !
\r are executed on a particular deal. to the authenticity of the deal: business. Large bedroom

A Mortgage lending helps in the or property involved front house, separate Building + "
development and growth of com. Your broker serves a great pur: in rear with two 3-room *
munltles in which wu live, and; poise:: In guiding you safely
have major effect upop our economic I through with the legal person asa apts. furnished, excellent :
life If mortgage lending.la J prC.t.ector. When 111. we seek rentals includes rear parking HMA111 /
not carried out wisely; the re. the best doctor, available. The lot thru to 53rd St.
Bull would be financial trouble same should be considered when
for borrowers, and lenders; eco possibly purchasing the largest Total price $16,500, $4,000down
nomic and social losses, and a thing property that you ,balance 6 %
complete breakdown of our ,present will ever purchase. Byowner PL mortage'l
standard of living. "
Precaution and confidence-not ,,, MM111
These mortgage hazards could fear should be practiced religiously
even' bring a depression or re. when purchasing proper
greasion. Properties are fixed In'' ty. The ,papers must be read
their locations unless rehablllta. I thoroughly to know what you are
tlon or some other catastrophe i signing. Many times second
causes the removal of the build mortgage Is needed and executed
ings. This, I concede, is a most help
ful thing when needed; yet, if 833 NW 79th St.
Since properties have
long lives
misused can become a demon.
then existing supply has an Important $395 down $74 Mo.
bearing upon the mar: Many people have signed their
ket at all times. Values In prop. furnishings of the home: with the Large 3-bedroom! CBS.
arty increases or decreases ac. second ,mortgage and failed to Jalousied porch oak floors,,,
cording to what comes to the read the fine print. Many fml. city water, no closing cost. .
community. A person asked why lies have 'lost both home and
do homes ,today sell for so much furnishings by neglecting the 1759 NW 50th St.
,more than when built'ten years above and also by not reading
X or more ago The answer, is pro. letters sent to them by the $295 /down $69 Mo.
:gress }In community: or arelMortgagel' \. mortgage companies. Some, too Very nice 2-bedroom with
late to help themselves. Too
\, are set according to much stress cannot be placed on carport No qualifying, no In Fine Whiskey. ;
land values today and t is done by the Importance of keepln mortgages closing coSt. Must be seen .'q''
appraisal from persons experienced paid currently and if POI to appreciate. ;
in the field. The mortgage slble avoiding the second tnort. FLEISCHMANN'Sis ': :
''lending is divided by many ten. page to add, .on or purchase Hurry! "t" :
''ders Into: Dwellings apartmenis: things that can walt until more
flatea,,.. duplexes, stores and of. money la available In the, homes. Custom built' 3-bedroom' the BIG '
flee buildings, and b tejmotelunite Many new mortgages have load. I C B S.., No qualifying, no buy -1.47he ; : .
,. etc. id themselves with fences, awn' closing cost. Small down
: The special service buildings Ings, pools, etc only to have payment balance like rent.
Include others as lodge halU. something else drastic to happen flsL7idewIY/' .;
churches, theatres, fraternity and as a result, lose that home We I .
? are, open 7 days and
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_#IIII#'###" #'###'##" '#" '#" ##### #'##" John F.
j Kennedy was commended for
"nwgnllicent l adcrthin"(" by the
ALOE FREEDOM'S ROAD f National Newspaper Publishers As-

:;ciation here last weekend during
th" Association's annual midWinter
By RUTH PERRY ---- Conference. '

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A delegation, headed by NNP A-
I saw a very interesting TV of Feb. 12th, it's part of a big driveto President John II. Sengstacke,

drama last Sunday morning abouta put more Negroes into jobs in Chicago ((111.) Daily Defender, visit
young Negro college graduatewho ed with the President at the White
tries to get a position as a : private industry. IIous' p'edging! support of his pro.grlm -

research scientist with a certain Employers who are selling products :, and offering assistance in

company, but instead is offered to the Federal Government' g..f itng the Department of Urban
jobs in the maintenance and trans j Afiairs and Housing through Con-
The play must return their answers to the :
departments.
portation I : gress.
was a sad commentary about job questionnaire by the end of March. '. .
opportunities for trained Negroesin Here are some of the questions '" f ........I Accompanying Mr. Scngstackewere
1- John H. Murphy, III, Baltimore -
the business world today. The
asked: Dr Richard V. Moore, Presidentof men and the daughters of Rever- Afro-American
play also carried deep overtones end and Mrs. Herman Dean of Newspapers;
about employers and business con- Exactly how many Negroes do Bethune-Cookman College ex- 5560 N.W. 18th Ave. Miami Fla. Thomas W. Young, President, Norfolk
,
the at (Va.) Journal and GuU Dr.
tolerant plains College Regulations
cerns who apparently are you employ And how many arc in and Misses Lottie Jacquelyn Dab- ;
and will employ anyone who can each job category, such as officials, the bgcinnlng of the Second Sem- ney and Dottie Marian Dabney, Carlton. C. Goodlet, San Francisco!
qualify for a position, but in realityare -craftsmen, semi-sktiled, ai.d laborers ester to 'two sets of Twins before Freshmen and daughters of Mr. Sun Reporter; C. C. DeJoie, Louisiana -
prejudiced and discriminatory. ? What percentage of me jobs and Mrs. Wilbur E. 607 Weekly; John Kirkpatrick,
Dabney,
Registration. Misses Lula Pricilla .,.
Cast: S Louis (Ill.) Crusader! andE.
Job Discrimination In each category is held by Ne- Dean and Anna Idella Dean, Fresh- North Mills St., Leesburg, Fla. A. Sweets, St. Louis: American.
coincidence that I was groes? '
It was a Andrew Hatcher, Associate
able to see this particular TV play, How many jobs arc filled by Sunshine Club'r!' White House Press Secretary, was
as I had already planned to write members of other minor*,,* groups Church of The Open Door presented the organization's Rust-

about job discrimination in my such as Orientals, S -'a.- o Amen-- wurm Award for outstanding journalistic -
column this week. I hope many of Holds Meeting (Congregational)
vans, Puerto llicans, African Indians achievement. The Publishers
you were able to see the play too, Rev. II. C. McDowell pastorA. -
as the Times ran an article in last The Sunshine Community Club E. McNt 1, reporter announced the 133h: Foun lers

week's paper previewing it. Of Do you have an established held its regular monthly meet. Morning worship . 11:00 Dy of Negro newspapers: to be
course the subject of job discrimi-- policy assuring equal employment 'ng: lat the home of Mrs. Bessie observed Friday, March 10, while
Sunday, Feb. 18 Is "D" the 24th National Negro News-
nation is not a new one for Ne opportunity for all with- Smith, NW 69th st. The members Day
persons made plans for their annual for the ,members of the Open paper Week is set for March 18 to
groes, or other minority groups, wut regard to race, color, creed or
24.
Pre-St. Patrick Day Tea which Door as It f Is the day when the
and TV
nor is it a happy one': the lational origin?
play did not really offer a solution will be held at the James E. members will be called on for I Arrangements for these obser-

it only showed that outward If you run a training program, Scott Community Center, March the convaaslng committee to vances are being handled by a
tolerance many times really con- are all employees given an equal 11 Please friends, reserve that mCke: their commitment in our I committee of Mr. Young chairman,.
ceals inward Jim Crow. chance to take part in it? date to attend the tea. great Twenty-five Thousand NNPA Public Affairs Committee;
Dollar pledge rally. Sidney Smith, New York, Director
They are also making plans for
Does the labor union in
And this is something that all your the all Amalgamated Publishers, Inc., and
fashion
men parade thatIs
hop certify that it will not discriminate At 7 o'clock Sunday there will
learn the Moss H. Kendrix, Washington
of us must to recognize: to be given by the Federationof D.
fact that Jim Crow is really a two- against minority groupsin Women's Clubs the last of be a visiting congregation to C., The Moss II. Kendrix Organization. -
training of apprentices or in hear the report from the com.
and he .
faced monster, times
many March. Last
month the club met
masquerades in the seeming cloakof sending Workers out to apply for vlth Mrs. Mary Ellen Slmms. mlttee. At the White House the publishers -
respectability, fairness and jobs? Both Mrs. Slmms and Mrs. Smith Circle I will serve dinners to in a prepared statement, told

brotherly love. In the war against This is the general line of qucs erved enjoyable repasses and all the canvassing {committee com. the President they support his effort -
posed of 40 in the
men educational
prejudicelit is easier to fight your tions, and it was prepared by the members reported an evening building before to establish the Departmentof
i can see his face. President's Committee on Equal well spent they go on Urban Affairs because of their
And it takes a great deal of ex- Employment Opportunity, headedby their visit. great interest in the neglected ur
The choir
was very beautiful
perience to understand that some-
Vice-President Johnson. The Personal In their new blue robes on tho country.s.
times friendliness and an Mention
unprejudiced apparent attitude is really Committee was set up by President tiNt Sunday, also ,Rev. McDow.ell .

another vicious side of Jim Crow.A contractors Kennedy to do see not that discriminate Government Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Wright In his white robe trimmed in ANDREWS' JEWELERS
of 3154 NW 62nd at. left for I red velvet. The choir is planning
New QuestionnaireThere against Negroes or members of Fayetteavllle, N.C. to attend the special music for Sunday, Feb EX.'Bfl'fTCII AND
is something new for other minority groups. This is fnneral of Mr. Wright's mother, 28. cr.oClruWAlltH
business concerns who do business certainly more than a step in the Mrs. Robbie C. Wright, 711
right direction-it is very constructive 40 Y"ars In Huslneei!
with the government. It is a Wilmington Road. "
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Episcopal Mason Head Makes
'01'

Churchmen's Dinner Official VisitThe

to Huge Success
me 111 E. D. Gibson 33 degree

The annual dinner of tbe Epla- OVP of the state of Florida of

copal Churchmen of the Miami the Heroines of Jericho will make

Deanery was held last night at his official visit to district No. 15

the Bayfront Park Auditorium. on February 16 at the Masonic

MT. CARMEL M. B. NEW MT. CALVARYRev. Approximately 600 clergymen Temple at,941, NW 3rd ave. .at 8
NEW BETHEL BAPTISTRev. and laymen of the Miami Dean'
Rev. D. A. Dradley responded to the call of this p.m. All Heroine and Heroes
pastor ery .
.
W. P.
Tarpley, pastor Heroine
Ernest Williams, pastor are asked to be present.
Christine significant evening and enjoyedof
Mns. Cherry, reporter
Sister Hart, reporter Deacon .
Fred Williams reporter Johnnie Mae Hill district depu.ty.
School ..... . Sunday School . Its many varied and beneficial
Sunday .... 9:30 9:30: Sunday School . . 10:00: Courts and their members are
Morning worship . 11:00 Morning Service . . 11:00 features. as follows:
Morning . 11:00
DTU . . . . 6:00 3TU . . . . 5:10 worship The official visits to the occasion
BTU .
. . . 7:00:
Evening worship . . 7:00 Eveninc: service . . 7:00 were the two new Sutfra. M. A. M. Mildred Rolle II; Lit.
Sunday morning Rev. Martin: Last Sunday morning the pas. gan Bishops of the Diocese of lian Dean 6: Coleesa Wright 24;
We would like to thank the brought us the message. It was tor delivered a 'much inspiringand South Florida the Rt. Rev. Harcourt Bentley 36; Carrie L.
Rev. Daniels for that dialectic very inspiring. The ;No 2 choir soul stirring 'message. James L. Duncan and the Rev. Arnold 31; Rozella Sullivan 44;
sermon a three fold subject rendered the music. Rev. Black William L. Hargrave. Both of Theo Clair 49; Mae Monroe 67;
"Take heed to your own self; not one of our members died Sunday Sunday night Rev. Damn delivered the Bishops addressed the most Syble McPhee 62; Elvira Fester
me I will do that my ownself." morning. the message. appreciative congregation In a 79: M. Pinder 87; Estella Den.
Don't talk too much. Thy ser Sunday night our pastor manner that was not only 'well son 88; Rebecca Wallace 91;
vant let the fire burn. I brought us a wonderful mes The Junior choir will render received and most informative Florence Sellers 92; Viney 1I1\r_
sage. the music. but such that will be long re. grett 104; Forestina Horton 129;

Tuesday night prayer meeting .I Sunday Feb. 18 Oppa J. Smiths We are making preparationsso remembered by everyone who Leanore Hepburn 305; Ethel
Remember the sick and shut Ins.I sponsoring a musical program as to make tre annual sessionof heard the messages. Johnson 333; Rose Flint 338.

St. Matthew Freewill You are invited. the Atlantic Coast Baptist As Bishop Duncan spake on the Rose Flint, reporter

sociation, which convenes In Nas subject "Stewardship" :. and
2014 NW 5th Court MT. HERMON A. M. E. sau In February 20.25. Every. emphasized the fact that steward.

Rev. J. D. Woodley, pastor Rev. S. L. Gay pastor body is busy making ready for ship Is the whole power of our fame. He closed by saying to the
this trip. life and God has,given to ua our this day
group-choose ,
Dro. Nathaniel Thomas reporter you'
Sunday School . . 9:30 life parents and all
talents
Sunday School . . 9:30 Morning Warship . 11:00 of his by the God you will really serve
and and address
Morning worship . 11:00: "Svemlng Worship . . 7:00 there is grace way'we' power really, It was a very good ,
YPCL . . . ...... .6:00: TRINITY C. M. E. God 'no can pay filled with much practical and
Night service . . . 7:00: What a day it was last Sun. 511 NW 4th St. his will-- !'We in can only that respond to common semis, and should serve
day at Mt. IIermon. Our morning a manner he de. II worthwhile, purpose.
The Youth Department of the gathering composed mostly of Rev. E. T. Brown pastor sires us to do. The Bishop \x.
church would like to extend young people, listened attentive. Mrs. Julia Hammock, reporter planned that tithing is not stew Bishop Hargrave spoke on"Evangelism"
their thanks for attending its ly as the pastor lifted their souls Sunday School . . 9:30 ardship but the 'beginning of thaI \ lie gave a very
Morning worship . 11:00: (comprehensive. analysis of the
Youth Day that was held at St. :. from the theme. :: The Church Is
Evening . 7:00 Episcopal Church and offered a
worship
Matthews on the first Sunday Left in Our !charge
I MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. number of very timely ways and
Feb. 11. Stewardess Board No. 2 cele. Beginning with Sunday School means of promoting true evangelism

St. Matthews was spiritually brated its fourth anniversary at theme for the day will be "Stew- E. M. Thomas pastor in the church.

fed all day on the second Sun 4 p.m. by giving a tea which was ardshlp of Service." With all Phyllis Myers reporter
Aa usual St. Church had
day by the preaching and singing well attended. A fine programwas roads leading to Trinity. Rev. Sunday School . . 9:46 Agues
service coming from the young rendered. A dynamic speechwas Drown Is asking lull friends to Morning servicw . . 11:00: the I largest delegation pre.ent.with ,

ministers and music that was delivered by Miss Thomu.stna Trinity as Sunday la StewardessesDay. BTU .... ...... ...... . 5:30: a total of 77. The next
rendered by the Nos. 1 and 2 Walker of the North Dade Board No. 1 will celebrateits Evening service . . 7:00 Thomas largest ,delegation South Miami was from, which St.

choirs. High School. The board memberswere 11th annual extravaganza tea Sunday morning we had a vi. had 42.Miaml'is.
attired in white with very from 4 to 6 p.m. Rev S. A. Cou. siting minister Rev. McGrlff to
Church of God in Christ beautiful corsages. They were eln pastor of Greater Bethel render the message. His subject City Manager Melvin
just gorgeous. AME Church will be guest was "The Wife of the Holy Spl. Reese, who Is a member of St.
1809 NW 6th Ave. speaker accompanied by hid choir rlt" taken from John 16:7.: Ills Stephens of Coconut Grove,
Elder J. C. Jackson, pastor The Rev. 0. W. Burrows of and stewardesses Remember message was injoyed by all pre. brought greetings to the occasion
Mother O. Gamble state mother Mt. Zion AME Church, Danla, there is an extended welcome to sent. In behalf of the Mayor, Robert

Sunday School . 10:00: and his congregation were withus everyone at Trinity. Sunday night Rev. Daniels King high L. E. Cooke, execu-

Morning Service . . 12:00: at 7:30: p.m. in the Interest of Don't forget the annual extra. rendered the, message. His tub. tive secretary and ''George K.:
Evening Service . . 7:30: this same board. vagana tea at the church. Ject was "You Got to Have the Lewis Jr., chairman of the Epk.
Bomb" taken from Jermlah 8: copal Churchmen of South Flor.
Sunday Feb. 18 In the morn.
,
Each and everyone Is welcometo ing there will be Holy Baptismand 20.27 His message! war very 'Inaplrrlng Ida were among, officials present.
attend our church at all and enjoyed by all. The Vent John E. Culmer of St.
receiving of new member KELLY CHAPEL
tlme Sunday afternoon tho No. 2 r Agnes, was among thoso seatedat
At 3 o'clock ushers' board No. 2
Mrs. Zersie Irving president Sunday, Feb. 23 the WSCS of usher board will celebrate its the speakers table and Eric
annversary. We are praying for L. Applewhite chairman of the
ST. PAUL A. M. E. will celebrate .Its fourth anniversary. Kelly Chapel,will observe their all the sick to have a speedy re Miami Deanery, served as master
The Rev. H. E. Greeneof
annual Woman's Day program.
covery. of ceremonies tor the evening
Rev. M. J. Fayson pastor the Mt. Zion AME Crurch of The chairman I Is asking thatall

Mrs. Lee Oray. reporter Opa Locka will give the message.A the captains work hard to make I ,J_ I.

Sunday School . . 9:30 fine program Is planned as well this one of the biggest and best.
Morning worship . 11:00 as as a variety refreshments.
The public|ls Invited.All The speaker for both services' NORTON'SReligious
Evening worship . . 7:00
will be announced next week.
Our service! Sunday morningwas workers for the fourth an Everyone should make .It a date
graced with the presence ofa nnal baby contest are expected to to plan to attend. A tine programhas
make round reports Sunday been planned.
visiting minister who brought Supplies
Feb. 25. We want to extend
us a timely message. It was a
thanks for the many donations

very hearts soul were stirring made sermon.to feel glad.Our already given. Libert? City Lutheran 4421 N. W. 17th Ave

The Willing Workers wish to Let us not forget the sick and Carver YMCA

thank everyone who helped thut.ius. Rev John Dede. pastor 9 Bibles and Church Supplies
them to make their program a
. 2:00
the Sunday School .
The is asking
success. pastor *
congregation to accompany him THE INCARNATION Worship Service . . 3:00 Clergy Shirts and Collars

to Mt. Hermon AME Church, 1835 NW 54th St. The Sunday. School and Wor. Choir Robes, Caps and Accessories
Feb. 19.
Opa Locka Monday
held this
services will be
Father Eltaha Clarke Jr., vicar ship e
The young people are looking Rev, H. E. S. Reeves assistant Sunday in the Y.M.C.A auditorium Religious Music and Hymnals
the breezeway.The .
rather than
forward to celebrating their annual Winter Schedule Sunday e Masonic
Feb. Rev. Dede will conclude the and Eastern Star Supplies
Youth Day program Low mass . . . .1:30 series of sermon on the vision of
26. Our pastor delivered the Church School Bible Class 9:30: Ezekiel of the dry bones by PHONE 635.7913
evening meuaage. Our nick mem. . 10:46Jr. 'The
Solemn Sung Mass : speaking on the theme
bers are. Mrs. L. Daker. Mr. J. EYC . . . 5 i>..m.Sr. Faithfulness of God"
Lee Mrs. A Once and R. Wooten. EYC 6 p.m.

Please visit theae and all other Solemn Evensong . . 7iOO:
sick and shut-ins. J p.m. TEMPLE BAPTISTRev.

WEDNESDAY- Applied Christianity Temples Int.
(
L. A. Thompson pastor
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN LOW Mass . . . (:>0 ,
Sunday School . . 9:30:
6895 N.W. 14th Ave. EVENTSThe Morning worship . . 11:00: Presents
Rev W. .". Savoy, pastor Third Annual Program of B. T. U. . . . 8:30:

Sunday School . 9:30 Sacred music will begin Evening worship . . 7:30
Morning worship '. .. .. 11:00 Sunday evening at 7 p.m. ser. Supreme BishopW.
Youth Fellowship . . 6:00: vice. Each child Is expected to bring
Evening worship . . 1:30 his parents as guest to Bible
School this Sunday, and the pa. SIMES
This Sunday morning the service There will be corporate ,communion rents are asked to sit in class so .
will be conducted by the for the Episcopal Churchwomen as to see what'the teacher, are \ "
women of the church with a on Sunday at the 10(46( doing for their ehlldroa. The Man of Deliverance

theme related to our building a.m solemn > sung mass All wo.
fund effort. The guest speakerfor men are urged to be ..present. Tbe Red Circle and Sun hiM From Coast to Coast
of Mrs.
evening .enlce will be Band under the direction
the
William F. Savoy father of tbe Church Annual Bazaar March Miriam Hepburn, will present Feb. 11 Thru 23 1 .
pastor. Mr. Savoy of Columbus, 2, 3, 6 on the church grounds.BAHA'I their Negro History Week pro.
several wonderful gram during the Training Union "
Ohio Is spending At TheREVELATION -
days with his relatives 'in FAITH hour-6:30 p.m. The public Is f

Miami. Invited. HOLINESS CHURCH
sunny
Members are reminded that the
We are eagerly looking forward: columnist George Savitt and presS Miami reorwenU-Times Spring Rally 'Is Just one month 514 N.W. 6th Street

to Men's Day on Feb. 25. We are of away. Everyone Is looking for.
tire for the Baba'l Assembly INT. BISHOP W. L. LOCKETT Minister
expecting our members and visitors l- Miami will speak at the Balul ward to that date with high ex. ,
SERVICE** BEGIN 8 I'.M. XIGI1TLY
humble sanctuary
to fill our peetation.
Center 137 NW 11th ave.. 3
at both the morning and evening'' p.m. Sunday, Feb. 18. His ub- Delegate from Temple, along Spiritual advice dally 10 avm. to 12 noon 3 to 6 pjo.

services. Til feet whch IS based on the book wltb others will leave on session Tu<*. At Hotel Sherman, 465 NW 4th St., Phone FR 0.1791
annual
will be Jay to attend the
Thief in Night.
This Tuesday Wefiteiday and Tbe 'Day the of the Lord." Tbe of Atlantic Coast Baptist Asiocl.ation Whatever your problem may be through the power of God. and
be at
will
Thursday the, pastor conferencefor public is cordially invited to at 'in Natsau, JJ ham.n. Bethel jour faith It can be solved
tending the pasters' Dr. H. W.Dro..n. .
ministers at tend. Phone secretary, FR 1.5420 Baptist Church,
Presbyterian for further Information. putor, is the host.

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THE ,MIAMI( TIMES MIAMI, FLORIPA I MRS."ROSA. BELL BUSH, of 1737 Masker .

N.. '. IS ., 'died Feb. 10th at
PAGE 12 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1962 DEATHS Christian .HospitaL: She is SUP DAVID WILLIAMS, of 1505 N.W.
7th Ave., Florida City, died Feb.
vived' ',by ,tht daughters\ Mesdames 10th. Funeral service will be held

T Bertha Sharpe, Lettie Gaines Saturday at 11:00: a.m. at the chapelof
.T. and: Robertha Moore; one son, Mr. the Manker Funeral Home. lie

MEMORIALS Range Charjes' Bush; ;three sisters, Mesdames is survived by a wilt Pearl, and

: CARDS India Fleinro, Estelle Me-! three WILSON children JONES, all of of Trenton 1060 N.W.N. J.

I... L ...4 """ !_,--,LI Cloud. ,and Gladys ,Stevens; four ,62nd St., died Feb. 10th. Funeral

brothers, Columbus, July, Jackson .,arrangements are incomplete. lie
: IN MEMORIAMI" IN MEMORIAM and Renzy Small. Remains were is survived by a brother, Arther
sent to West Palm' Beach for final .Warfield.

I In sad but loving memory of In sad but loving memory of rites and burial. Funeral services EARL l\IACK-Graveside service
,our dear husband and father, my dear husband, irt West Palm Beach will be held for little Earl Mack, of 701 N.W.
Sunday, at 2:00: p.m. under the 5th Ave., was held Tuesday in
direction of Stevens Funeral Evergreen Memorial Cemetery. He

Vt Home, 1803 N. Tamarind. Ave., is survived by a mother, father,
West Palm Beach and two brothers of Miami.

JOHN RAY, of 12000 S.W. Goulds
Dr., died Feb. 11th at Kendall
Francis '. 'Hospital. Funeral service will be
held Friday 10:00: am. at the

WALLACE WILBORN, of 1521 ,chapel. Hen is survived by a wife,

N.W. 61st St., died' at, Jackson Memorial ., Sally Ray.
< I. on Feb: 9th( Funeralr services ROGERS LEE WINGARD, of 1827
vo.D will be held on Sat, Feb. N.W. 5th Ct., died Feb. 11th at
y 17th at 3:00: p.m. at Ebenezer Me Jackson Memorial Hospital. He is
a. r thodist Church with Rev. Aaron D. survived by his wife, Ora Mae; four
Hall pastor officiating. Remains daughters, Ernestine, Mary, Elaine
will lie in state at Francis Funeral and Shirlane Leverson; two sons,
Home Chapel beginning 4:00: p.m. Tommie and George Leverson;
S on Friday until funeral time on four grandchildren and other relatives
Saturday afternoon. Survivors include and friends. Remains will be
:\frS.: JENETTE GERTRUDE FOL'I I his wife, Valeria Wilborn, sent to Troy, Alabama tonight for
f. SON, a teacher in the Dade two sons, one daughter, one brother final rites and burial
ty School System for one sister and several other
N years, and a long time memberof relatives and friends. Albert
Greater Bethel AME Church, .
MRS. AGNES PENENAM, of 1318
died Feb. 8th at her residence, N.W. 2nd Ct., died at her home on MRS. ALBERTIIA LUCKS, who
1751 N.W. 62nd Ter. She is sur Feb. 9th. Funeral services will be came from Bradford, Fla. about
vived by her husband, George; held at Trinity Weslyn Methodist one week prior to death, died in
MR. JOHN CLARK DEACON LAYFAYETTE GAIL Mrs. Emma Maddox, stepmother; Church with Rev. George Johnson Jackson Memorial Hospital Emer
who departed this life February who departed thia life Feb. 13, a daughter, Mrs. Mary Ellen Gil- pastor officiating on Sat., Feb. I I gency Room Feb. 9th. She was
12, 1961. Three years have gone liam of New York; a sister, Mrs. 17th at 2:00: p.m. Remains will lie here with her surviving mother,
May he rest in peace. Since you walked the last mile Marie Kennedy of Cocoa, Fla.; two in state at Francis Funeral Home Mrs. Julia Wade and sister, Mrs.
*A loving husband and father of the way. brothers, Levon and Alvoyd Mad Chapel beginning 4:00: p.m. on Friday Millie Luster; and is survived by
BO true and kind, Death la a heartache none can dox; an aunt, Mrs. Daisy Robin until funeral time Saturday one other sister, Mrs. Beatrice
No, one like you on earth we'll heal.Memories, son; two nieces, Laura Dickie and afternoon. Survivors include two Brownof Homerville, Ga. Chapel
find, are treasuries none can Edna Holt. Funeral services were sons, Mr. Nathan Penenam and Mr. services will be conducted Fridayat
For all of us, you did your best, steal held Wednesday at Greater Bethel Robert Scott; one daughter, Mrs. 3:30: p.m.
Now God haa called you home, to Although you have gone away AME Church. Leola Graham; Niece, Mrs. Mary MRS. WILLIE MAE JONES

rest. i* J and left us, MRS. DORA PAULINE WRIGIIT, Jordan and several other relativesand CRAWFORD, of 1907 N.W. 2nd Ct.,
Our love for still lingers in
you
of 6544 N.W. 14th Ct., died Feb. friends. died in Jackson Feb. 10th. Surviving .
What would -w@ give to see you our Mrs.heartg.Leona Call, wife 8th at Lantana State Hospital. Sheis MRS. LOUISE KNOWLES ANDERSON are mother Mrs. Beatrice

smile. Mrs. Emma Scott, mother survived by her husband, Mar of 330-D( N.W. 14th 'St. Townsley; three sisters, Mesdames
talk while ,
And alt with us to | a
ion; a daughter, Mrs. Willie Horton Eliza Thomas Nina Lou Johnson
died at Jackson Memorial
We often alt and think of you, Hospital and Anna Lou Sherrod two brothers
five ,
; a son, Charley Morgan; Feb. 11th. Funeral services ;
and on
The things youiused I 'rt to. say I sisters three brothers, a nephew James and Charlie Towns-
held Funeral
IN I MEMORIAM 1 I were at Francis
do. and six I grandchildren. Funeralservices ley: foster father, Deacon David
Home Chapel on Thurs., Feb. 15that Dukes
We wonder why you had to die, In Sad but Loving Memory of were held Wednesday in 2:00: pm. with Rev, Aaron D and others. Services were
And had to bid us all goodbye esr Our Dear Father the Rev.Range Hicks Funeral officiating.MRS. Home. Chapel, Hall officiating. Survivors include 2:30 held: p.m.in the Chapel Feb. 14th at

Your precious will we keep, and two sons one daughter, three
from them I tf;" "" if fI''r ii! LONNIE BROWN, of 4224 grandchildren, 10 greatgrandchildren MRS. ELIZABETH CHESTER, mother
God has you in his keeping we Y S.W. 18th Hollywood Fla., two great great-grandchildren, of Mrs. Marie Tanner of 16421
have you in our heart. dHa died Feb. St.l in Memorial Hospital one niece and several other relatives N.W. 17th Ct., Opa-Locka, died in
the
You've had your first Christmas Hollywood. She is survived by and friends. home of her daughter Feb.
12th. She to
was sent Chicago, Ill
in heaven, a stepdaughter, Mrs. Barbara SIIIRLEY JENKINS, of 1465 N.E. Feb. 16th at 11:30: am. where two
wonderful day,
A glorious Wooten two sisters, Mrs. Daisy
;
154th in
St. North Miami Beach other
daughters and three
the sons re
Saints of
with the
You stood Myricks and Mrs. Martha Green
;
died North Miami
at General Hospital
side. Other survivors arq two sisters -
ages, live nephews and one uncle. Funeral in North'Miami Feb. 13th. and
on two brothers.
Who found Christ, the truth and services were held Thursday at
Survivors include three Alfred
sons, NATHAN JONES, Jr., six-year-old
the Friendship! Baptist Church.
way. Roosevelt and James Ed.ward son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Jonesof
MRS. ADDIE ROBINSON, of 15960 Jenkins'; five daughters 8877 S.W. 127th Ter., was a victim -
the Heavenly
You sang with Bunche Park East Dr., Opa-Locka, Elizabeth, Louise, Shirley, Ethel when the car in which he was;
Choir, died Feb. 9th at Jackson Memorial Mae and Ernestine
longed to Jenkins; one riding was involved in an :accident
Just think how you Hospital. She is survived by three sister, Mrs. Lelia Gainous; one Feb. 11th. Funeral services will be

sing what celestial music you sons, Walter, Arnold and James brother, Mr. C. T. Gilchrtst; five conducted Saturday at 2:00: p.m. at,
Oh
An Robinson; two daughters, Mrs. Loretta nieces and a host of other relatives Mt. Nebo Baptist Church, South
brought, Mae Ashford and Mrs. Myrtle and friends. Funeral
ar Miami Rev. J. E. Murray, pastor.
King.
and
To Savior your
t your Williams; three grandchildren and rangements at this time are in lie will be on view in the church
eight great-grandchildren. Remainswere complete. from 7:30
: a.m. Saturday.
of
You sang the glad aong re.
sent to St. Augustine, Fla. on
demption, Tuesday for final rites and burial. ---
How Jesus to gentle men came,
And how they called his name W OX 1-9151 6701 //NW 15th Ave. Nite 634-3198

Jesue, For Funerals You Can Afford Call
That all might behaved through IN MEMORIAMIn

His name. sad, but loving memory four

0 dear one; who has gone on Dear Father --- Manker Funeral HomeCloth

'before MR. THOMAS WILLIAMS I
Look up till the day dawn I who departed this life February

appears, 13, 1960. Gone but not forgotten. Cover Caskets $126 up
And Oh, what a Crrlstmas awaits May he rest in peace. ,
Metal Caskets
: UI.Beyond. The Family.! I $499 up
,
our (parting and tears.
I Nothing left to burden you

Sleep on dear one, and take your IN I MEMORIAMIn I i One' Social Security Can Take care all

I rest, funeral arrangements ,-
>
Wait for us on that Everlasting sad but loving memory of I
Shore, our dear mother I Business Managers t William Norwood
For only those who lost know" MRS. KATIIR.INA LANG i Willie Williams
a the test who departed; -this life, February.
Of a parting forevermore.Mrs. 4, 1961.;
Llllle Clark, wife Gone but not forgotten.
Nine daughters May she rest in peace and may 1

Four sons light perpetual shine upon her. "Living Service for the Living"

i The Family ...rne. .
,
-
.
il IN MEMORIAMIn I CARD OF THANKSThe t I Ia ._

Memory of Our Dear Mother,
Rev. and Mrs. W. T.
Grandmother; Sister and Aunt
Thomas take this method of ex
MRS. JOSIE MILLER NOLAN
tending sincere thanks to each
who this life
departed on
and everyone for kindness shown
February 9, 1961 them during Rev. Thomas' Illness l tkr "
We all remember your sweetness- ROBERT HILTON
in past months. Special
This we'll never forget; .,thanks to the uL;tan t pastor of who departed this life Feb. 13' ,
But all too remember 1954.
we Corinth :M. Baptist Church, Rev.,
That God'i love the best love Gone but
is yet. N. Jennings and members the not forgotten
We've learned through this year, Ministers and Deacons Union of Sleep on and take your rest ..
t.our love, the Florida East Coast Associa. We love you, but Jesus loves you w.
''peat, we never question the One tlon and the Masonic Lodge for best.Esther

'And I above now that you've joined His to their our'prayers many visitors.and donation and Hattie flumes Gregory, ,daughter daughter Oscar 1. Rouse funeral Home

/. band, May God forever bless each Clara Hilton, daughter

y/e hands.know you're In very good and everyone. M. ,Athali. Range, Owner N. Patrick Range Mgr.
I THE FAMILY Rev. W. T. Thomas. pastor CARD OF THANKSThe ,
Corinth Baptist Church
1Wanza, English, Daughter Sic A. L. Marsholl, reporter family of the late 5727 N.W,17th Ave.
Oulda English Granddaughter HERCULES EDWARD ROBERTS

'iMr.: and Mrs. T. J. Miller gratefully acknowledging and OX 14)131) OX 1-4343
C. C. Miller Drive thanking you for your kind ex
!
Bedetha Latimer and Sons. Carefully pre .a1on of sympathy.








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FOR SALE I NEWLY refinished house near SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1962 PAGE 13RY'
shopping center easy terms. ..
SMALL 2 bedroom hptumft. > h 6620 NW 7th Court. .", '-T
down payment or no"doVfl payi .
ment depending on reliability: ':.ot 1501 NW 43rd St. 3 bedroom, 2 \ LEE EMPLOYMENT '
buyer. Call ,PL. 7.Ji26 'artlSr:1I4 bath, plus cottage. Small downno _
FOR RENT P.m. I qualifying Ben-Korl, realtor,
re .ddt NEW ADDRESS
f } 2644 NW 62nd, St. OX '1.9372. .
-' .. ';''vt.l: ,.. :WtI't. II
DUPLEX. 2149-2115 65th St. NW I BY OWNER.lv, Lot f Ifl' italtb; ow 'SPACIOUS CBS. Near buses 17U W. Flagler Street ',.
4 rooms, kitchen, bath, enclosed Park area neat, 'elementary, : .*cH6ol 1, park, Three bedrooms, .... \
front porch Lovely yard $19' school on 153rd St.'SO x 108. Iwrdwpod floors, fireplace,
week. Wilson Rental Agency,) For Information call NEB.4-5704 ti breakfast ndok tfdrehe, carport, Co-iple, hotel' employee (chefs, ,.,cooks,, maids,,.:
,
5575 NW 17th Ave. '
,
I anytime. : FIT storage!: NW
1021 47th TWr.
,; horseman, cooks: live.in.,INurse maids, -
BARBER SHOP. 4 chairs, 6888 2 HOUSES on big key lot front SECOND HAND carpenter tools, live in and out Good laundresses and many other'
NW 15th Ave. PL 7-1089 or 3 bedrooms, Fla. room, glajj ;, 1360'N', V B2nd Terr. PL 49878.
NEJ 4.7894.FURNISHED. porch. Rear 5 room bath ,all In I :;' l l l jobs available.
good shape. Out, of town owner ,,):QVELY CBS. Carpets, air
1 bedroom apt. at,, 222022 NW List St. On 'Saturday -: I Conditioner, .$795 down. $68 .

Adults 775 NW only.AVERY 69th. St.' PL 49069. terms. MU will 1.6740.arrange.. very good F23 "wontn.realtor, Total'2644 411.0.N;W. 62nd Ben-Xorl: St.,, U7$ O $ $ '$ $', $ p;' 'A $ $, $ '$ .ft1fh

QX .f '
1972.: > :
\ d9'
NICE room for a man LOT in Rainbow Park area near
with private bath and entrance., elementary school on 153rd St., I" FOR SALE NEED "C A S H'l,r;?;' 'lt ltfI
Phone PL 1-5236. < ,:A 50x108. For information Call ) '/ '
-m < .1 NE, 4.61705.1535lflt4W Two rooming houses on 1st and 2nd. Mortgage Loans .*. .' ,

2 house near Grand i same lot. 27 refiling rooms, 3. Get $1,000$1,500; $2,000 or more today 'II)
Reasonable. 1270
Way. NW 55th 44th St.
-l $350...'
St.NEW Kori, realtor, 2G44 NW 62nd St. stove and refrigerator, incompletely o Ronald I. Baron .
2 bedroom apt.: Is our lo. furnished. Must IE 2 4343 .
cation. 634.6214.LOVEL / CHARMING Colonial house near sell o Mortgage Broker 0" vi
on account of illness. '
Manor Park. 2 large bedrooms, 220 SUNNY 1SLM) IJLVD
Y small house, buy lijke hardwood floors heat air con. Lot 100 x 100 price $20,000 MIAMI HHAC1I WI '1-5'66, .W!
rent. Excellent neighborhood. dltioner. Beautifully landscaped. not necessary all cash. In CO-
$50 down or less, $22 week. fruit trees. Patio. 1022
NE 5-556(1( per St. NW 48th 300 block NW 2nd Avenue. .0 $ $ $ $ $ $ $$ $ $ $ $ J .

... Call... FR 1.1587 any time. .
=. __ I _
A LARGE 2 bedroom home, ;; mnnn .I!! 1! "

partly ave. and furnished 47th St.corner NE 54940.NW 23rd I Service Calls "

2 BEDROOM unfurnished apt. TV PL 18381New '$150 Own Your Own Home"In ,

1980 NW 55th St. NE 39908. I Brownie flash camera $6.50' ,

HOUSE, 1361 NW 75th St. PL Repair and sell TV's, radios and hills 1962

13458. F23 Also new electric heaters $6.00

ALL OUR SALES AND REPAIRS GUARANTEED
NICE LARGE room for men only .
1012 NW 76th St. PL 8. 925.' FREE DELIVERY SPECIALS THIS WEEK ,
.
t
Know your TV man and save money ..
LARGE 2 bedroom house with
large living room. $16 per week JOE SCOTT 1 MORTGAGE ONLY
2441 NW 65th St. NE 4.5744.
923 N.W. 62nd Street PL 1-8381
FURNISHED room with cooking Authorized Factory TV Repair and Sales Co. 3-bedroom CBS, $350 down y
tafilitles. 1986 NW 67th St..
NE 36203. I $62 a month. Price $10,000 ..

I I
ROOM for refined working
woman or man in nice home. All FOR SALEIN 2-bedroom CBS, $500 down
privileges. $'10 a week. NE
5.5283. $75 month. Price $11,500
THE GROVE .

$18 PER WEEK 2 bedroom Two bedroom CBS home with Fla. room, beautifully 3-bedroom CBS. 2 baths. $550 down
house, dove and refrigerator, landscaped.. $400 down and $73 monthly. Plaza St.
2332 NW 66th St. $14 per week. $85 month. Price $14,600
6 room duplex. 1367 NW 68th LIBERTY CITY ,
Terr. HI 61266. ,
Beautiful 3 bedroom CBS home with bath and a 3-bedroom CBS. $1,000 down

KING a furnished room half, carporte and garage... $400 down, no closingcost.
Price
with cooking privileges. In clean, $82 a month. $11,750
gulct place Call OX 14864.JUPOM. .
1844 NW 47th street

\ 2129 NW 57th St. Two bedroom Fla. room, enclosed porch with McNicholas Realty

A BEAUTIFUL 3 bedroom spacious dining room,,CBS. $700 down, $73 monthly,
house fenced in yard with fruit no closings co.t.
N.W. 7th Ave.
trees and awning. 8860 SW /2011 NW 51st Terrace 7927
152nd Terr. Phone MO 69792. ,
any time after 5 p.m. Two''bedroom CBS, beautifully landscaped. $350 "PL 1.7592 PL 4-8853

NW down, $66.87 monthly, near 52nd Street. .' 'WT
SECTION apis for rent,
5121 NW 8th ave. Beautiful 1 "THEPERCY .
BESTJPI&WKU
bedroom unfurnished' apt.' Air t''''''''' -''' '''''''' -
condition reverse cycle. Christian L.. JOHNSON
adults, $22.00 a week. Phone i ,I Homes For Sale
7 -961' after 3:30.E. : 3781 'GrandtiAvenue

PICARD Miami 33, Florida
Rental Agency Phone Hi 60334I 3061 NW 70th Terrace

Rental collections; property IO Open Sunday 2-6 .,
1 'I I I t I t. I J I
Management, real estate
669 NW 8th St. FR 7-2902 aaooDla'.llaD OOOCOGooeoooooooooooI OSOa Beautiful CBS 3 bedroom, 2 baths, all the new built-

in features, 1 year )young. FHA terms. Small cash
NEWLY Renovated furnished or
unfurnished apts. In the Opa EDIT ON'S BEST// BUYS down.
Locka area near church, school
and shopping center. Call Mick -

ins Rental Agency. NE 4.0500.Indf I Open Sunday 2.5'p.m. $450 DOWN $62 MONTH

__ _
1450 NW 42nd Street
HOUSE. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, 'fi', 1221 NW 50th. STREET
$25 ":
weekly. Furnished or unfur
nished. Also 1 ,bedroom apts. Open Sunday 2-6 q

Phone Adults: Day only.FR 137 7-2W8.NTT .25th Eve.'TR"_$t. 1'' Extra large deluxe duplex faces '" 4 bedroom, CBS home, oak floors, screened porch,

93530. Feb24 Manor Park. Reduced $6,000.for quick sale carpeting and drapes. This ts truly a bargain.

3-BEDROOMS, Fla. room, glass ''DON'T MISS THIS"r.'$' .
porch. $25 week. Also 4 room y .
house, both $15 week. Light. '0 :.;... "fir' ;, 744, NW 43rd Street
water free. 2220 NW 61st st. MU .. '
Open Sunday 2-6
1.5740. Fit
780 NW, 46thT ST. ,

LOOKING FOR A HOME. Lady CBS, 2 bedroom, Completely modernized, .built-in
'who wants to stay with working $450 DOWN -' NO CLOSING'COST kitchen, central heat, awnings, oak floors laundry
mother and 1 child. Private
:NE 4-5744. CBS til* roof room utility room.

Modern built-in kitchen $490 DOWN
.
HELP WANTED'lIANAGF.m. '
wanted for new ful. 28 Ft. FLA. ROOM 1424 NW 55th Terrace
ly furnished rooming house.
downtown Miami., Security need ,2'bedrooms, ,dressing room Open Sunday 2-6
ed. Call JE 1.3184 or FR 11905. 'California redwood fenced yard Large 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, large Florida room.'Low

.
EXPERIENCE beauty operator. monthly payments. ?
at Fran' Beauty Shop. 938 NW
2nd ave. FR 9-15387. Mm. Fran. e .

Your els Robinson qulnellM prop.not clicking? Edison.Realty' Action Realty Inc.

SATELLITE LOUXGE. Never an
admission price. Continuous en. 175 NW 62nd St. PL 1-2441 253 NW 79th St. PL 74544ilassifled
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA LIBERTY CITY Talent Show Ai North Seniors Vie in

PAGE 14 SATURDAY FEBRUARY 17 1962 The ,LIberty City family hasn't
Dads Talent Hunt
yet adjusted to the sudden shock Community Omega
over the accident of our principal .
:;: Mrs. Mary Ford Williams Center A SuccessTo The Sigma Alpha chapter of
_L :w. f: Jij Phi
Dunbar Elementary who la still at the Jackson Me' the Omega Psi Fraternity
mortal Hospital. In this sense, we be recommended are all of Inc. is presenting "Talent -Hunt"
School News WMBM NEWS wish to cell your attention to the the adults that attended this excellent featuring Dade County high
fact that she is till recuperatingthere. talent show. This show of School musicians The program

".;;;. r: I i!! i! ::::= : ::::, .'e: in: the "adult presence" was certainlya will be held at the, Northwestern
The Dunbar PTA wishes to thankits vote of confidence. Such an encouraging Senior High School auditoriumon
patrons and guests for their WMDM Community Service We are mournful over the fact factor shows an appreciation Thursday, March 1 at 8 p.m.
support in making the February Foundation salutes Miss Naomi that we lost our Mrs. Florence of adults for the abilities and Admission, adults $1.00, students
Fantasie Valentine Tea a success. Johnson who finishes her first Lutz, reading supervisor last skills of our younger set. It says to I 60 cents
the semester at University of Miami week. She was a gem among
We especially appreciate contributions the younger generation of coming
made to the program by with a 1.80 average. Credits at. rocks. She shall be forever miss. stars that we are interested In their The competitive aspect of the

our guest artists, Mrs. Lona Allen tempted 15; credits earned 16; ed. all-round development, both culturally program is limited to'the field

and Miss Jessie Smith models; Quality points 27.I Our hats at L C E are off to and socially, even !in the of music, vocal or instrumental,
however several non.competitive
James Faison, soloist; Jacqueline finer arts, instead of only being
the entire Mrs. Glendena Edwards, acting
am sure commun. performers of modern dance and
Sargent, Linton Berrien and Mrs. Ity joins in in the curriculum assistant and princi. interested in the more vigorous activities
Detroit us taking pride dramatics will be featured., Participants '
of
Brown pianists.
,
Juanita achievements and adjustmentsmade pal during the absence of Mrs. which require sometimesall
will come from Carver
Mrs. Roslyn Bethel P. E. teacher, by Moss Johnson. She is in* Williams and Mrs. Blue. She Is muscles and no color or creativity North Dade Northwestern, Maya,
Chairman Mrs
served as Program ; ,
deed honor roll material. doing a marvelous job. We are
and Booker T. Washington high
real trouper, was M.C. crowd of ,
Boycr, a fortunate to have her. A over 550 spectatorswere
and also arranged for the Fashion Miss Johnson is attending the thrilled excitedly by these schools.

Revue part of the program. University of Miami on a WMDM We wish to thank the many young performers. Onlookers spurred Prizes will be awarded ttt the
We received Miss Ellison backto scholarship loan. parents!! and friends who came out these amateurs on until laughter first, second and third place
the fold with open arms this to PTA last Tuesday. Everyone!: and fun rained down from the winners. First prize will consistof

week. Mrs. Cates has returned had a most, Joyous time. After rafters. There were acts of com a cash award of $2 5, a trophy
home from the hospital as has Mrs. Have you ,purchased your rec. the regular meeting everyone enjoyed edy, groups of singers, and dancing and a trip to Savannah ,Ga.
Clara Knight. We hope to see ord? What record?? The record. hot dogs and punch. groups in the show. where the winner will participatein

them next week; Mrs. Frances Jol- Ins speech of T. M. Alexander, However, there were some amateurs the Seventh District Talent
livette and Mrs Esther Hendon Sr. "The History of the Black Please remember to listen to appearing who the audiencefelt Hunt demonstration Winners at
have: also been out with a virus infection man." What does It coett Only Irene Edwards and her fellow deserved special considera the district level are eligible to
Godfrey Roberts of the 15.00( and your purchase !Is a thespians this week over station tions. First place went to a groupof participate in the national Talent
Grove has been substituting this donation[ to the WMBM Com. WMBM. The group is presenting male singers by the name of the Hunt. National winners ore
week for Mrs. Flowers. munlty Service Foundation. a Brotherhood Week program. Solitaries, The Solitaries tied with awarded scholarships and givenan
Every home, school and church Denis R. Tromas, reporter the Vaneers of to the
Eleven Dunbar teachers took the a group female opportunity appear on
NTE tests last Saturday.. We hope hould have this record. Hurry, singers, in the first decision of the Ted puck Amateur Hour and
that all of them made high marks. hurry and get yours. The record judges return. Later, in a, run-off, other' 'television programs.
Six other teachers are attendingthe Ian be purchased at the following Recognition Day atChildren's the Solitaries proved to be the au.dience's -
places: Local talent hunt committee
two-week Workshop at Shenandoah choice of first place by its
round of applause. The Vaneers members are Emanuel Hutchi
Perry's Fashions. 1141 NW 3rd
HomeOn son, Harold Mitchell and Charles
Mr. Allgood, who has been pinch- ave., Rudy's Radio 6801 NW were second- To place third was Baker chairman. Dr. Edward J.
hitting for Mrs. Jollivette in the Lonnie Woods ,a comedian, who
15th ave. Phllplttt', Music 16 N.
,
Jr. is baslleus.
Braynon. chapter
afternoon at
Sunday 3:30
: kept the audience
Large Classroom, also presided on Miami Ave, Grove Furniture Co., rolling with
Tuesday at the regular faculty. 1686 Grand Ave.. WMBM Com. Recognition Day will be observ. laughter The winners, of prizes
m?etlng. I nunltv Service Foundation ed at the Dade County Child. will ,receive the following awards!
350 ren's Home In Kendall. The Individual "You'll Never Walk Alone" a
Dunbar lost another pioneer. NE 71st St. gold medals will be as
teacher with the death last weekof principal address will be delivered given to Preston '''Adams, Carlton special dedication in these tumul-
Mrs. Jeanette Dushazier Folsom, by Mrs. Dorothy Evang of County, Leroy Bell, John W. Hoi- tous times to the youth of the
whose funeral was held Wednesday Listen to LOUSP! Griffin, our White Temple Methodist Church linger; and William: Wade; all are world everywhere. Once again, we
from Greater Bethel AME Church. 'raffle manager who does a *pl. in Miami. She will be presentedby of Solitaries. Individual nvermedals are indebted to you our public,
She taught for more than 30 yearsat "itual program on Saturday from Alfonso Williams, supervisor will be given to( Marv Grif- for making this a successful eve-
Dunbar, retiring several years alga, on to 9 a.m. A real project- Dlvglon "B". fer, Alma Martin, Emcra'd Wilson, ning, and a well advertised, well
ago. Her ability to teach childrento 'n* personality with a pleasing- I The and and Yvonne Coats. Lonnie: Woods thought' of, 'and a much talked
boys girls who have
pleasant voice. Listen. the comedian will be about program.
read and to write was partial been given a
outstanding in the various brown medal -
larly noteworthy colleges will be recognized and : William H.
,Another added attraction on this Washington,
Blanche Calloway Is on her honored. program were th, professionals Cultural Specialists

; G. W. Carver High will war' north for the weekend' She who appeared on the show Lorene Dade County Park and
commentate a fabulous Smith the
swayed audience withsome Recreation Dept.
Benefit
fashion show in Philadelphia TeaThe of its
P.T.A. NEWS ,favorites. The Mar-
pponsored by the Sagamore Conn.II -
: veils a teenage group of girls, were
for the benefit of Heritage Pink Ladles will,sponsor a recalled
during the
waiting Interval
Hearts of love was the theme o f House, community supported benefit tea Sunday, March 11, 4 while .the ,judges ,tabulated SEE THE SOUTH'SLEADING
the Pre-Valentine organization. to 6 p.m. at the beautiful COLORED
Tea
sponsoredby th ir decisions:: :; and 'yours truly,
V the G. W Carver High Schoo Hampton House. Christian Mo. William II. 'Washington' sang PSYCHIC DEADERCONSULT
morlal hospital
needs
P.TA. on Sunday February 11, your help
Each Saturday from I ,
9.10
a.m. Rally to the J
1962 4:00 in the 'school's cause! HER
: p.m; au Teejav the --
Deejay swings! the 15 Auditorium
be
ditorium. to
Outstanding musical tal hottest gelling records in th
ents included selections from the <' "
;
nation. Listeners
who want to Dedicated irwiaa
Dade County Junior College, Mr
know what records are most ,pop LOOKHave ,
Thomas, director and the J.R.E ular listen,to the Kenny's Florida The beautiful new auditorium
Lee Faculty Chorus. G. W. Car Special. you forgotten of UrownsTllle Junior Hit

ver's chorus led devotions, "The -- Truesdell's Beauty Shop? school will be dedicated Thurs $ '
Creator" narrated bY'Charles' Dan day Feb. 22. The patrons, friend,
iels. Mr. Roy Bentley, president of From 7 till 9 a.m. every Men. There it is cool,'quiet and and well]] wisher! of Brownsville

thi P.T.A., gave timely remarks in day and Sunday, Rev. Ira M('. private are extended A warm Invitation to
which he thanked all participantsand CaM in the musical host on (JOE'. share thin event with us. A delightful
friends for sharing this annual pel Caravan. His words bring 1265 NW 71st Ter. program featuring our

affair. The, concert band, under comfort to all who hear him, Phone PL 8-0169) Band and Chorus has been care
the direction of Mr. Phillip Cooper, and the spiritual music he plays fully]] prepared for .you -
played the prelude and postlude starts the day right for his lis. Elizabeth T. Merchant Mrs. Ida Ratcllffe. principal and Let her year of experience guide

Mrs. Florence Amos presided and tenon, who are many. Owner and Operator' MH Mary Oliver and Mr. a' lighthouse protect you guide throughout the shier lifeas In
directed the G. W. Carver,, High James, Dohannan co.chalrmen
Chorus. After a musical afternoon, Come have your hair' done a eterm. For nieces In bulnM

a delicious menu was enjoyed by Did you know that Elliot J, the Excelsior Way and love.
all in the cafetorium while .the IMeze was born In Tampa and has In-lf SEE THE WORLD'S DON'T STAY 'IN THE RUT. GET
$ band again played the tones. Mrs. lived In Miami 47 years, gradu- GREAT OUT NOW. BY THE HELP OF

Marshall, Mrs. Mary Bannerman, aced from Booker T. Washington: .. -_._-. ,-. SPIRITUAL GOD SHE CAtS HELP YOU.
High School and Florida ---- ---- -- -- 'AND PSYCHIC
and Mrs. Solomon Scott served as A and READER
hostesses 'Mrs. Eddie Mae Stevens: M College "RPRV BISHOP HUNTER Office .Hours:
MANORAPARTMENTS" 9 a.m. 9 p.n\
and Mrs. Mamie Jordan ,sery d ,*s. ,
trots 9 tr
Cochairmen.The Spotlight: It yon are sick or worried, don"t'r"n a.rn. ti
product of the
regular meeting of the Carver week: tq nee me toda,. Office hours 7 p.m. ,?
;: High P.T.A. was held on Mon "n01sum Bread dully 1 to 0 DAILYSunday
day, February 12, '1962, 800: pm. WANTS YOU 1 p.m. p.m. Thursday,
Musical selections were renderedby p.m.' to fl_ |).111. Sunday tl jtn.;

the Goodwill''Mate Chorus, Mrs: Dt. Elks to Observe 2 Bedroom Apts. to 8 p.m. 10 ..m. 3: p.m.READING .
.Eunice Magehey directress; and 2 Entrances
ChoiNo. r Anniversary Free Water .- READINGS ;r4

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}\Delegates elected to attend' ''the' I The Daughter Elks of Greater Free Stove 1.00 11.00 UP

,State. Parents and Teachers Con- Miami Tempi No. 769 will ob. Free Refrigerator up

'press meeting in West Palm Beach, serve thelrl 18th anniversary on Newly Painted 28 Years Experience
'Florida, February 22-24,1962, wereMrs. March 8 at the King 0' Hearts Near MIT SW' IT' St.'
Hospital and Stores
,- Hattie Jackson, William S. Club, 6000 NW 7th ave. AH MADAMHUNTER
Stirrup, Roy Bentley and Mrs. Cora members are urged to be present JUST $17 per week, "WESTHOLLYWOOD
VWinkfield.it at the regular meeting on Feb.

Members and friends- were happy 14. 3200 N.W. 47th St.Support '. 1657 N.W. 73rd ST.
\'to welcome back Mrs. Cora Win ilLpnOF.. HUNTER
field, Mrs. Irma Anderson'and Mrs. u MIAMI FLA. -
Bernice Sawyer after a period ,ofUlnes Don't Write' _Call In PraoBARKLEY'S ;
!'. Sincere sympathy: is 'extended The NAACP I Drive Carefully! -

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the recent death of her grandaunt rt KK e 'cKKK: KKK'eK, rKK''trrt s'KrrRtiKKYr' 'd'E' ? OIF-RATE STOREThe

f1.. Congratulations to our principal WE NEED YOU

.fir. Manatee Bannerman, who has Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
p been elected to the; '.M.C.A4o[ rd T DO YOU WANT AN APARTMENT? 1201 N.W.
of Directors. 3rd Ave Phone FR 4-2376

Newly painted Free water Free Stove
8SS Tonic .............,,_.._ 1.45 Special Angel Skin
'.v ? '''Sipt t e'' Free RefrigeratorBest Scott'a: Emulsion .._ .08 Hair Cream 2.00 size, 1.25

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4 Greater Bethel AMB Church cordially Near new highway i '"t 720.......,..._..._...__ 1.75 Old 01 IlergamontLInonnPlus I

invites all Bethelt! s, and .. Get to work fast 1. ..* ',":1' '; : '!: Hair Groom ,t1T-.TrrTT--r-. .50 1

friends to thelr>annual .chocolate : n.f Low Low Low Low Low Refit -? ,* ,*.*** *,"I? ,* 1 r?, ; ." Liquid" ..!.._.._._... 1.75 Old 07 Pressing 011 .63
alp Sunday, Feb: ,18"from .4 to, 6p.m. :5 -,,' Ioz. Free Dolls "__,_ 1.98 to 12.08
in the church basement. A 1 Bedroom or efficiency
_, Gifts of ,all
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA to 7 pjn. featuring Dottie "The
Foot" and Mop Dudley. They are Area
PAGE: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1962 making the place leap which Links To Meet In Tampa
means that Bill Harris knows whatit
_ a takes to make the Satellite a .I The Southern Area Meeting of

..... _. .. very popular bar. Some night you Links, Inc., will convene March
just might be lucky enough to catch 16.18, 1962, with St. Petersburg. Who Will be I
Phyllis Branch sitting at the bar Tampa .
and get her to do a number. Business Meetings and luncheonwill Miss Jabberwock?
S 'S i be held at the Gibbs Junior
Around Miami College, St. Petersburg, on Saturday '..
Do you know that you can still March 17, 1962 with Area rr
ride on the Staten Island Ferry Chairman, Link Linda Reddick of' :t ';
from New York for 5 centsT I do Orlando, presiding. ,IIx
believe that this is the only 5-cent The hostess chapter has plannedan
By DAVE BONDU ride left in the U. S. A. interesting week-end for Links,
S' *' S' Connecting Links (husbands), BobOLinks -
(children! and several
Lomelo National officers who arc expectedto i
- Johnny of the "ICing 0

This is the Big One RayMitchell's Mayme took first place over the 40 Hearts" on 7th Ave. and 60th St., attend.
ser he's got something big comingup St. Petersburg-Tampa Links are,
members and guests Odessa Wells
North South Golf Tour took second place and; other winters for his customers just as soonas I Altaire Leggett, President; Dorthy j..
nament starts Monday, February19th were Earnest Hayes, Charles he and Phil Harris work out the i Chenault, Florine Abel, Mae Me- d".
and Sunday the 18th is registration Peterson, Willie Lazier, Robert Sel- details. I'll let you know what it Is. Rap, Anna Polk Walker, Mary )nI
day at the Carver Hotel. Ion, Clyde Young and Willie Mil M '* Polk, Fannyo A. Ponder, Maggio I, :
that Althea Gibson Williams Helen Ayer, Bettye Wim- .'
Ray tells me ler. Next month is annual tourna \ .
will be here to cop the Champion. ment time for them on March 11th. Prominent people from all over bish, Johni Andrews, Alice White, ::
ship from Elizabeth Wright. Other 1 the U.S. A. are making the Hampton I Eddye WJliams; Mary Sheehy,
golfers participating will be Mary House their headquarters during i Irene Carr, Preston Pughsley ,
Minor, Myrtle Patterson, Lemmer Pretty Girl of the Week: Mary their visits to Miami. One of 'Jewel Archie and Rose Marie
Carter, Attorney Sarah Ashmore, Minor (at the Carver). Detroit's popular club owners, Archie.
Cheri Longshaw, Maxine Meers, Pretty Boy of the Week: Attorney Dave Forster of the Play Room, Il..
Chris Jenkins, Corina Dixon. Gertrude Henry Arrington (In his office). will be with us until Sunday. He I sCharming
Styles and many others. Man About Town: Ralph Met. ''Is usually accompanied by "King Mrs. Sweeting
Among the men will be Jackie calf (At the Hampton House), Twist", Sax Karl. Dr. and Mrs. :
Robinson, Ira Maxwell, Pete Brown Happy Couple of the Week: Wendell Cox are also in from De- Entertained .-i."'"

(last year's winner), Cliff Harrington James Minter and Staretha Crooms troit. SSS' I.tit Mondny afternoon begin, Miss Joyce Rolls,
(U. S. Army Champ), Will (Engaged), *' nlnsr ''nt 4 o'clock Mrs. Nancy daughter of Mr. and Mrs Orange
IIu gins, Richard Gardner, Rich Usually I speak of Connie Farmer Sweeting entertained: a few Hayes and a senior at Northwest I
ard Roundtree, Moss Kendricks of China Valles, a popular Disc but this week let's give some friends honoring Mrs. Nancy ern Senior High School la vlelnpr
Coca Cola, Herb Wright of Phillip Jockey from D. C., will soon be credit to the brain of Baker's Famous Pate, of Detroit who has returnedto for the title "Miss Jabberwock."
I her winter. homo. In. Mlnml.. and
Morris, Roosevelt Goodson of "On heard over Radio Station WFAB, Corner, Mrs. Carolyn Farmer. 1-- --- .un n.u. nun
The Ball" Magazine, Bobby Williams a full-time 24-hour station. The She is the lady that holds the foot her two home guests, Mrs. LilaWesley Joyce hopes to attend Hamp.
(Assistant D. A. of Phila. show will be called 'The House of down during the busy weekend I whose home Is I in Detroit ton Institute ,and major In
delphia, Sportsman Joe Terry of China." No, he's not Chinese, buta when band leader George Wrightis but spends tho winters in St. speech therapy. At Northwestern,
Walter Smith of Philly who who Petersburg. And Mrs. Juaulta she Is president of the Athletic
Philly, : boy from down yonder digs blowing a mad tenor and
Brown >of Detroit. Association, and a member of theGlrll8'
is always the sharpest on the links, collard greens and corn bread. Miller Is pushing a "HullyTwistTon .
and I'm sure that Elliott Rouse China is a nick name given him for the Hammond Organ. Man, Advisors.She
and Square: Washington will be on i. "Charles." lie has been in radio that's a jumping place if there attends Rbeneier Methodist .
hand:: to swing at the little white for 12 years and worked at WBSM, ever was one. Kimbrough and Roy Barrows both Church and Is a member of
monster New Bedford, Mass; WPAW, Pawtucket 1 '" t of Boston; and more Phyllis the Junior choir.
There will be representativesfrom Rhode Island; WDAK, Newport Cook is the proud mama of a boy
the Par and Birdie Club of Rhode Island; and WOV, New The Glass is as happy as a you named Edward Benjamin Cook, Jr Among her hobbles are sewing
Mi imi, of course. We will miss our York City; We say welcome to know what in a YMCA. The Da. and proud papa, Ed, has nick and playing the piano.
Official Starter, Shorty Jones, who Miami. kota Staton show was packed every named him "Shane." Congratulations Good luck Joyce, and may allot
passed:: about two months ago. Gena '* '* night and even tho I didn't get to your dreams come true.
'* *
assistant will Mod See the show, I hear that Ray
liayos, Ray's carry The Hampton House goes
Oil in his stead. This promises to ern Jazz. Last Sunday, February Sneed, Jr. and Chickie Home stole That's it! Until next week, live PTA )Banquet
tho This weekend
b'. the biggest yet. The public is 11, at 3 pm., a 16.piece orchestra show Clyde life, every golden minute of it
j-< iced to Miami Springs to watch doing a modern jazz concert daily will present E. Lois Foreman, back PEACE! The Polnclana Park Elementary -
their favorites play. did the thing up. The Hampton by popular demandithe Turner School PTA cordially Invite
'. .S' House has a new show and band Family nnd Ray Sneed, Jr Naturally ------- you to attend Its annual banquet
Frank DuBoise and his Rockers
8 The
Harold Wednesday p.m.
for this week-end. Manager on
GKT': AWAY FROM IT ALLhuus
Jackie: Robinson and Ralph Met Kemp has booked John McMillianand will supply Sss the' musical honors. .\ a 111'l'Il\nt ntmoftphrro' at1I1l1II1' program committee has a veryInteresting
calf, former track star, came out his 5 Jays direct from the most unique cocktnllJabberwock's program planned for
to Miami Springs last Sunday and Cadillac Hotel on the Beach. QUICK NOTE DEPT.: More faces lounge, lour enjoyment. The j.rlce of the
played golf with the Par and Bird '* are seen on the scene as the days ---.- .. dinner Is 100.
le Club of Miami during thlr Last Sunday, Bill Harris startedan go by. New York Business man, MM. Jacqueline Chapman N. Pitt.,
monthly Elizabeth
tournament. Mrs.
They were
made Honorary Members of Par informal session at the Satel-- Joe Howard; popular golfer, Clifford in the air! president man, principal;
zmu: Birdi.\ As for the tournament, lite Lounge on 7th Avenue from 1 Brown; Joe Louis, Freddie

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PAGE 16 SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 17,1962:' Off to Flight School TV Service Calls $JSoALL

MAJOR SUSAN F. HARRIS, Chief

"Buy Wtiere You Can Work" Nurse Squadron, 37th Aero Miami Medical International Evacuation MAKES-ALL, MODELS .LV8 PAIgFs

I Airport, leaves Sunday morningfor LARRY'S T.V. '
San ] Texas for six
GrOUD Formed '" weeks. She wiLt attend Flight WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS
-- Nurse School at Brooks Aero Space
A "Buy Where Ybtt Can,Work" lems." Medical Center, where she spent RADIOS, HI.FI AND STEREO REPAIRSWe
committee has been .formed In 2. Conduct a hard-hitting campaign two weeks of Active Duty'this past Soil Used TV. on Credit
the Liberty City area fw th* of community economic summer. Sue's Health and Reducing '
purpose of bringing tne attention educational program in support Center will remain closed 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 14024
of the merchants In the of the committee and its objec until April 7, 1962.. fit
area the importance of ptvlnf tlves. 1.1.111tll. tr i1 tT ln'lf n1 lr ll iJL

employment to persons amongtheir 3. Provide experienced appll. NOTICE I
cu/'tomera Instead ofbrlfg, cants for/ employment gained .
t ing In outsider through the efforts of the "Buy An important' meeting will ba
Brand New
Chalrma C. O., Rolle, editor of Where You Can Work" cam. held Sunday 11 a.m. at the Homes I
1 ORBIT,-the weekly economicand paign., Conduct economic rallies Masonic Hall,,,corner 16th Avee.
political report of Miami- throughout the Miami area for and 63rd 8t; All members and
has listed the following as the' the benefit'of those Intereated in those interested are asked to *>. Save Money !

specific: objectives of the,, com. Supporting' campaign.The preesent. .
mlttee: committee Is appealing to Rev. sT E. DrownREDUCE' Owner at 1430 N.W. SflSh St.
1. "Mobilizing communly-wlde the merchants for their consideration t.
and public awareness to our and to shoppers for their 3-BEDROOMS -, 2 BATHS FLA. ROOM
growing unemployment prob. cooperation.Your E Z jar Open Sunday 2-5 p.m.

Lose 20 pounds weekly, 2161 N.W. 59th Street
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clicking?
DUPLEX GOOD INCOME 811 NW B7th fit.
Come -
and cry with us at the Jectiong. Physician speclallzing.
Ora D. Taylor SATELLITE LOUNGE. Never nn Lot for sale Will build to orderS '

", !admission price. Continuous en FR 3.2748
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4208 NW 7th Ave.. Miami! 0222 NW 7th Avenue I

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Want a beautiful corner b)11t'
with A fun Pd' If rtotfml. Then see 1078 'NW Government Inspected and Approved BUY A HOME TODAY!
471h St. cor. 11th ave and B7thSt.
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_see. ? ., I LOVELY HONES OPENLOW Drive by these homes then,tome by our office We

Another beautiful corner' 100J will help you with the financing
LOW DOWN PAYMENTSEZ
NW 45.b R*. Three bealn, nms. 2 ,
""Hu... CV rm>rt and garage, oak -4
floor RmHnnH living and closet TERMS I LESS THAN RENT '
*. Call above for appointment. 1. 2997 NW 64th St. $300 down2jjbedroonvhome
.. See today $25 binder holds with a Florida room
Neflr 7'h Av,.. and bus line.'!
Two be/lroowij CRS. Carport. Fla. 2. 2920 NW 67th St. ,$350 down '$62.02 Mo.

f rw m, 1"41" ,or wnfnrnlshcd.FIIA. 4321 NW 11th PLACE Nice CBS home on a large lot
!It ... '1.K". TMra large lot,
terrwe. thre A h nse from 7th
are. Call "Tx>ve for appointment. Gorgeous northern style 3 bedroom. Nicest street in 3. 4740 NW 19th Ave. Move right in $995 down '

.. Miami. Wall to wall' carpeting, fire place, central 3-bedroom home with wall to wall carpeting
TV.r.o 'ntfl reted<< in business heat, hardwood floors. A-l shape extra large lot.
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property" n" 7th ave. or 17th $500 down. Move
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Tt'.tmpn.1t for you. The pricesare Florida
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.. 1188-1190 NW 51st STREET 5. 7021 NW 29th Ave. $450 down
Throe bedroom CBS In beantlral
lU'YtmoiMl ITelehts. Built In bedroom, 2 bath home, G. E. appliances, fenced
Hard to believe. Must see these lovely CBS homes on
r'ntre<< and oven, new throughout.J yard
one large corner lot. Live in CBS with
rlrfl enclosed<< garage lot 75 x huge FJa.
W 100. AH 'rrn"s covered and shrnh.berv. room and rent other doll house to pAy mortgage. 6. 1923 NW 43rd St. $350 down
I. A al dream house 9700 $1,500 down. 2-bedroom CBS home with a Florida room
down $'78 per month.
.. .. 7. 1311 NW 40th St. $350 downA
Three other homes In old real beautiful 2-bedroom home
Richmond Heights for sale 1316 NW 51st STREET
.. Equipped kitchen, barbecue pit, large yard

Armstrong Manor Homes! now Move in tomorrow., CBS doll house close
bnlMlnir. Come out Coral feet to 8. 1446 NW 51st St. $995 downA
Grandway, Manor Park buses $499 down.
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new homes. They are only A' .. brand new beautiful 3'bedroom, 2 bath home

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