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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 24, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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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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TIMES ARE CHANGED AND WE) ARE CHANGED WITH THEM


39TH YEAR, No. 30 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1962 16 PAGES 10 Cents





I Crusade Seeks To Register....:... 25.000.: t. Voters ::1


I B NEIGHBORHOOD PRECINCTS TO OPERATEA rww w
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Fate Of Negro Court :, .'
concentrated Crusade for You will be able to register at \, : 1,.: tox 'r'r:
Voters will be launched in Dade any of the following locations: Decided '" '
County March 3rd in an all-out LIBERTY CITY TonightMiami "
effort to double the Negro voter Liberty Square Community Commissioners will decideat ;,1" "
registration in Greater Miami. Center a public hearing tonight the ..
6304 N.W 14th Ave. fate of the controversial Negro .I
Some of Miami's most devoted
OPA-LOCKA precinct court on N.W. 11th St. at
civic! worker arc now hard at work
North Dade High School 5th Ave.
mapping plans for the big push and 157th The hot will
1840 N.W. St. Judicial potato come
more arc joining the campaign BROWNSVILLENeal's up for discussion at 8 o'clock and
every day. Headquarters have been Super Market (the commission room is expectedto
established at 5182 N.W.11th Ave. 4825 N.W. 27th Ave. be filled with Negro citizens
Those wanting to become a part of
COCONUT GROVE who line up pro and con.
this great effort can call 6016631for 3670 Grand Ave. The commissioners must decide .. .. .
nfonnation how they can help. PERRINE RICHMOND LIGHTS whether to scrap the court, con : : ::2\f.il: 1
Handy Precincts Richmond Heights Drugs tinue operating it with white judges :
Through the cooperation of Me- 14338 Lincoln Blvd. rotating on the bench, or hire G":1 I:' :1 '!J j" 1. :" I' i
tro and registration ,supervisor The drive is basically for new another Negro Judge tooperate it. ) .
Claude Brown, five ,convenient eligible voters who have never be- Negroes like the convenient lo- !. -. '
neighborhood precincts will be fore registered. But many names cation of the court, but say the
open from March 5th to 24th in- removed from the registration lists "Jim Crow court" is not In keeping -
Youths Get 16 Years
For
clusive. /Locations supervised by for failure to vote during(the past with the times Three 'Robbery _
Negroes will be in every highly two years must be reinstated. If
Three youths the victim down John would
were *
remove
OpaLocka
Negro Miami.populated area except down you to check.are at all in doubt, don't. fail Boy Struck By I convicted in Criminal Court on the money and valuables,.
town Tuesday and sentenced by Judge/ and then Charles would. kick the
Taxi CriticalA Ben Willard to five years on each victim senseless.
of three counts. The trio admittedto
I Kills in GouldsSunday three-year boy was in eight other robberies but were All their victims were whiter,
Car Couple critical condition Wednesday after not tried on them. ages 53 to 72. One suffered a,
being struck by a taxi and fractured skull, another had 40''
night on U.S. 1 at S.W. instantly. knocked 52 feet along N.W. 4th Drawing 15 year sentences were stitches taken for head wounds.
in Goulds, two pedestrians Charles M. Flewellyn, 18, Mike and the third is still in th t hospU
-a man and woman-were Efforts werebeint- made to Ave.Derrick Jefferson of 1924 N.W. Hudson, 19, and his brother John, tal.
victims.
identify the Investigatorssaid
killed when struck by a car driven 20.
4th Ave., was struck when he
both middle and
,
by Robert E. Scott, 35-year-old were age darted into the street between trio They were arrested by Negro
apparently migrant workers. The operated in this way.
Navy man stationed at Key West parked cars in front of his home. They would head South on 27th Metro Officer Ferguson on Information '
and living at 5039( E. lat St, Hia- Scott told investigators that the Police said the taxi driver, Willie Ave. seeking old men as their victims supplied by the Miami
leah.The victims suddenly loomed out of L. Linder, 31, of 2443 N.W. They worked 27th Ave. from Armed Det. Lt.
pedestrians; who were'crossing the darkness In front. of Mm and :Slst, St., was not charged",", th Opa-Locka to Coconut Grove. Robbery Squad. .
the divided highway, were he didn't have, time 'td' atop No the accident. Derrick U the son H. Bryan and pet H;-T Kendalf!
tossed about 30( feet and died charges have been filed. of Mrs. M. J, Jefferson; Mike alledgedly would knock handled the investigation *'

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Beal YoulhNeighbors

of a 16-year-old boy
charged this week that he' was

.' brutally beaten by two Metro pfr

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'. 'Truman: to ends,son of Mrs. Bessie i '.* ANM. .;,'-.
W'liams' 3245 N.W. 48th St., ., I II
is said to have been handcuffed I II
and beaten so severely he had to I '
be hospitalized for treatment of a
lacerated scalp and other Injuries.

When young Francis was released -
from the hospital he was d
taken to Youth Hall for detention.
Nobody seems to know why the
boy was beaten but it is believed
he "talked back" to the officers
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A citizens committee' is pushing ,
for an investigation of the case,
but officials at Youth Hall are very
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I Death of Woman }tMwm%%*

Mrs. Hazel Sanford Singleton 21.
popularly known as "Baldy,) of

__ 178.N.W ITUuSt was pronounceddead .-
on arrival at Jackson Ma- tar *., ,.
mortal Hospital on Wednesday., r ,Mt ,
ternoog. ; h Y ty4
Because of, a number of unexplained -
circumstance in connection '
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being investigated by the Homicide
Bureau of the Miami Police Department a" i
according to the Medical *
Examiner's Office at Jackson M* '"( :
mortal Hospital.' And because the
case is under investigation hospital ) -
authorities were not at liberty .
to answer any questions about her
until the investigation is com- r:

pleted.A former. well known student at n I f.Y

,., Booker T. Washington High School :i :
Mrs. Singleton is survived by her
husband Alphonso a daughter,

Thomas NewpbaoldDa Mr.sister and amend. I Everything! was in a gay holiday Top l left are the contestants who of WMIE with.Jerry Markowitz. Kemp. Dave Marks and MOM Ken---,

three brothers. atmosphere Tuesday night when a vied for top honors in the bathing Bottom left Editor John Seng-- ortx, Sr., look on approvingly.
Up to noon Thursday, Mrs. Sin f Miami Times photographer dropped beauty contest Winner was Fan stacke of the Chicago, Dally Defender Bottom right shows Jackie WU/
eleton's body had not been released I in on the North-South Golf cine Mills, fourth from left. Top gets -an official badge son harry Lo, Harold Kemp Hank*
to any of the local funeral Tourney Pool Party and Beauty right shows singer Jackie Wilson ned on by a 'lovely visitor as tray I Ballard of the Midnlghten and Ed r
homes. I Contest at the Hampton House. and his family with the Xallorys Mitchell, Moss Kendrix, Jr., Harold Coot of WMB _
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Two Pass Booking Officer'sExamination

PAGE 2 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1962


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I Links To Have Public Meeting .h1', tion In held a booking by the Civil officer's Service examina Board

February 15, two members of the
TAMPA. The Southern area lUng Links In refreshments In 11th Street Precinct personnel pas "'-..
meeting of Links, Inc. will have the ''ball room of the Greek sed the test In a class of 19
its public meeting at Tampa's House, 2001 N. Howard St., Precinct prison guards Stanley I.
Greek House on Friday night, Tampa Chapter h< March 16 with St. Petersburg. Link Mae McRae, publicity com. / 11th and 12th respectively on the
Tompa Chapter hostesses. mittee.1J3radley eligible list for the booking of.
I' ficers position. Richard Whitney .
The Southern area Link Wo. completed the list of those representing :.
men of The Year will be present AnnouncesFor the 11th St. Precinct.
ed. A Friendship plaque also
will be presented to a person of ConstableIn The examination was held atDinnt'r
the Day area by the organlzaticm Key, where an I.Q., true
*. District 2 and false and multiple choice or
.. job knowledge test was given.
Mrs. Allaire Legget of St. Pet- Ray B. Bradley, well known results of the test ;.
Significant
ersburgh, president of the St. Miamian of 169 Tamlaml .r i +
the highest mark
that
the fact
Petersburg-Tampa Chapter will Canal Road, this week announced was
for the .. attained was 88.55, with only a
present the area chairman, Link his candidacy -- -- -. -
the
high
Reddick of Orlando. office of Constable in district 2, 10-point margin separating
Mr. Alonza Kelly, 1475 NW mark from the 11th which was at
which the between
This program is opened to the S.comprises W. 8th St. and area NW st. was given a great honor recently tanned by Sweeting, high man from
public. All friends are invited to
AME of 78.05.Gunn's .
Bethel with
by Greater the precinct a score
20th st. and ahother section up
attend. The meeting will start at
Church. Mr. Kelly was cited and score was 76.09.
8 to NW 36th 8t. A vast majority I
p.m.After of the Central Negro area is located presented a plaque for 40 yearsof Precinct representatives had Stanley Sweeting
the program, everyone is in this district. service as musical director of short notification, received no I
asked to join the Links and vis. choir No. 1 of Bethel. briefing and was not exposed to personnel.
Floyd Miner, who ia currently Members of hits family were study. It was the first test of its kind
holding the under
position anappolnt.ment High in praise of these two men for the Precinct.
there to see him presented many
the Governor is
by ,
were Commanding Officer, Capt. Both Sweeting and Gunn are
HEART SUNDAY gifts from the various boards of
election to the of-
now seeking
flee. the church. Rev S. A. Cousin, G. W. Haller: Lt. F. M. Morrow and members of the Miami Colored Police
WEEKEND IN pastor of Bethel complimented fellow members of the precinct Benevolent Association.
A resident of Miami for more
Mr. Kelly highly for the splen.
than 15 years, Bradley resides
PROGRESS did work he has done,
over the
with his wife, Mrs. Edith Brad
ley and their three children years. Pink Ladies Dugie's Guest HouseThe
Heart Sunday Volunteers will Family members present were
be the march during Heart Active In both civic and politi Mrs. Eliza Kelly, and Mrs. Eva
on cal affairs of Miami, Bradley Is Conklin, Mrs. Marie Miller and "Pink Tea" March 11 house of clean rooms
Sunday weekend, beginning at
of the
one founders and four.
6 p.m. Thursday, Februarry 22, times president of the Flagaml Mrs, Clara Wilcox, daughters. The Pink Ladies are requestingyou Open 24 hours NE 43851Seeing
to give every resident of Dade Civic Association A graduate of turn aside on Sunday, March
County a personal opportunityto the Dade County Police Acade. 11, 1062, and make it possible to is BelievingSee
HU1TURB
fight the nation's No. 1 health my, he is an experienced Peace RECTAL attend the "Pink Tea" at the beau
enemy, the heart and blood Ive3. Officer and administrator.. DISEASES tiful Hampton House and Villas at us for clean rooms
sel disease. The COUll ty.lwde A Marine Corps" veteran of OfMce Treatment, Low 4200 N.W. 27th Ave. It's a benefitfor
2941 NW 47th St. Miami
drive will be continued for four World Christian ,
War II, Bradley served as Cost Free Examination Memorial Hospital.
days, ending on Heart Sunday Contract Officer with the Veterans Place this affair on your Social
Feb. 25. !'d| Administration. lIe also DH. LONG'S CLINIC Calendar. Jamaica Dugie, always a

Thousands served in addition to a numberof 1515' SW 1st St. Don't forget it don't miss it friend
of residents will vis.
other significant positions. FIl 3.2748 don't fail to contribute. INDFSTARTED
It
homes in every section of the
county to accept contributionsfor --
the 1962 Heart Fund and
as educational ambassadors to

distribute pamphlets containing .
heart safety facts. V. 'h

In addition to distribution the
Important Information on new
advances in the fight against the
heart disease," Mr. John Serbln, ON CARNATION
Heart Fund chairman said 'yts.
terday, "The Heart Fund volun
teers will present Heart Sun. -STAYED ON CARNATIONthe
day envelopes' in'which! the resi. :
dent can send the gift to strike ;
a blow at the diseases which
took (more than 900,000 Ameri milk with extra Vitamin D for
can lives last year, 54 per cent
of the total number of deaths in sound teeth and strong bones!
this country the Heart Fund .
chairman explained. Ha

Charles C. North is chairman "Bobby grows out of his clothes so fast I can hardly keep .1

In this area. him in jeans' says their mother. "But Francis is growing j
v '" right into them."
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Don't be
a Freeloader! .
Their lather Dr. Robert Hlggtebotham is : '
Join Your NAACP t physician for ,:
lx. the Midland, Pennsylvania High School.His private practice ''It

Support the Fight for g, 3v takes him many miles through neighboring country.

FreedomNo Mrs. Higginbotham left her art-teaching career several .".
But she is still '' .
years ago. an artist in the kitchen-with an 7'eye
place to KO on Monday to nutrition. "I get extra Vitamin D into this family
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nlte? Stop by the Satellite .
liOtmlf"o Mlaml'N matt unique : by using Carnation as the milk in puddings and pies and ., .
cocktail lounge. Most )popular cocoa-and on cerealsl"!
Irlrt"s in Miami. Never an iidinlwlon -
iwice. Continuous en. Carnation is the healthy family milk-with extra Vitamin i

tertnlnntent every nlte. 0222 JTIV7lh D to help build sound teeth and.bones. No wonder this ;? ,.:
Ave, ; milk in the red-and-white can Is the world's favorite

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four Lot t\Kt\ ut.

get the creamiest cream pies

Jpw UnuBfBI \ ", -just by using Carnation"*
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A F (See recipe below.) Even

>va r t; when you add an equal
amount of water Carnation

T' is richer than sweet,whole

milk-for smoother results
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PaymentOver Makion,8'Snc\pi<) ,

1 package chocolate pudding.

Twenty Yeah .f s and-pio filling mix "

Construction KxptrUno: 1 cup_undiluted CARNATION i I
Guaranteed Satisfaction' EVAPORATED MILK
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1 cup water
7 1 baked 8-Inch pie shell I

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Healthy country boys "growing up overnight" Bobby I and water In saucepan.Cook according IVA""ftJrftD I
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PL 1-3604 and Francis Ifigginbotham aged 7 and 4, were both to label directions on mix. Pour Into I L IC.J
.t. MlamP88 Carnation babies-and they're both Carnation I 8-Inch crust. Cool. Top with toasted o ,
>l 00)11Mother I
6!: T coconut or sliced bananas.
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:" Rowena Finder had her hand THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA
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caught n a clothes wringer. Joy
and tears t 1 1 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1962 PAGE 3
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WE DOWN hero In the Heights gave their Annual Ball Friday
Postal Workers
\ have been running over to Per. night Feb. 16 at The,Caribbean"
tine to 'vote for 11 years or Have :BallThe Room of the Bayfront Park"
ARCHIE III dIIPINDR more. Last year a precinct was I Auditorium, and we want to
mh to be .Ftabllshed in our com. National ,Alliance of Post. thank our many friends for sucha
munity. The so and so's could al Employees and its Auxiliary: wonderful response.
.>: not get straight eo last election!
.0' Mrs. Minnie Home wascrowned
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: time back to Perrlne. I understand "Mrs Alliance For
a site has been selected. promote better community envl'
of this comes directly from 1962", runnerup was Mrs. Thel.
Again the protesting are ronment in Miami and free heart.
groups
TilE PAST THREE years the Japan and other countries. It's ma Mumford and third wa: Cor.
active. They want some other edly than anyone I can think of
the Carver retha Paschal. A fine time VTA*
at
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North. Souht Golf Tournament Sunday at p.m location. People of Richmond will and others have rendered to had by all.Martha.
and Willie
has continued to create great !in- YW. John Brantley settle for a precinct in our com. voting activities
terst In these parts. Today many Clark will demonstrate.MRS. munity no matter where it's The E d war d's Profes. J. Williams, reporterGet
visitors come to Florida for the better going to Ferrine. I under. atonal Center is the site for this
first time because of the event- 1RMA L. LYNCH former stand Charles Hadley, one who precinct. It there is available I away from it all. Alwaysa
net to mention the outstanding office secretary of the Johnson has contributed more time to too feel at if this Is a good cen.
celebrities and prominent per. Branch YMCA, Jacksonville and registering voters and helping to tral location. pleasant atmosphere. Satellite
eons the tournament attracts. Mica Allean Harrington, Feran- IAUlmJte. 0222 NW 7th Ave.
Another year Ray Mitchell's dlna Beach (Harrington Beach I ---
NortluSouth tournament will Cottage) and former swimming
give Miamians much more to Instructor were weekend acquain. ,
think about and plan. To Ray lances Mrs. Lillie Matthewsis P'PNW 1,
visitors and friends welcome to announcing the marriage of ir4t
the Magls City. May the radianceof her two daughters, Barbara to
Magic City cast a spell that James Kerns of St. Petersburgand ,.. /jt ,
will have you coming back for Nettie Jean to Joel Wallerof '' : I
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Ceremonies t i 1
New York. were
more and more. I rj
last November 12.

THE LIBERTY Theatre Liberty MIAMI BEACH Kennel Club I It
City's only movie house on opened last Wednesday. The at.
15th ave. is conditioning its tendance was the largest yet.
stage for ita big Amateur Show Dog racing has become very
starting Tuesday evening. Appli. popular, especially with the la.
cations are available at the tic. dies. Flagler wasthe, first to of.
hot office. Cash prizes and gifts fer facilities to this side of the
be making his fence. Since then just about all
to contestants. Bobby Marshallhas others have dropped the bar. The t
been chocen to do the em. attendances<< are very great and
teeing That cocktail hour and conditions continue to change
show at Ml Lounge this Sundayat dally. We hope very soon there ..
"p.m. will present Jazz will be no segregation areas,
Reds, ta'ent plus special etc. at other sports events .
group and guests from popular The Jackie Wilson one.nlghter at
nlte fpots around the Deach. the Harlem Square was Saturday
The tab is a helluva new special outing. Tables were sold 6
treat for the ladies at Club MI days before That popular I
Bowling 12th Frame. Large Square Circle ,Sportsmen Club
prizes awarded for gully and will be posting its 21st Spring
twist. Ball invites by this coming week.
It's a March 8 affair for Bay. Q. What do they mean CLEAN..CLEAN..CLEAN?

THE POSTMEN: ,XAPE) were" front Park. O eTILap
late mailing Invites to their an
nual ball, Feb. 16 at the Caribbean TilE 311 CLUB Valentine affair A. They mean that the crispest brightest torn collins JN
Room in Bayfront Park Wednesday evening was Just '
audit. It wa a grand affair lovely A good and bad story under the suns made with clean-tasting -'s'FLEISCHMANN -
Ray Mitchell's Trophy Awards comes from two ,of "my clan." I IDlSTIU.I
Ball is slated for the Mary Elizabeth Ferreclta, for her mid-term S GIN !
Fiesta Room( |Feb. 23 break at Fislc spent the short
The Dt. Elks are busy planning time in New Orleans where she '
their 18th anniversary Ball at was house guest of Dr. and Mrs.Wesley nOM AMERICAN CHAIN .90 PROOF THE flllSCHMANN DISTIlliNG CORP.,NW YOU COT
the King 0' Hearts Here's
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news ''.''' 9rr'rYM.ti'wn" ;'r.rrwvr.Yr..r.wyr.o'.tirvyry.vw'/rWNN"/M "' "
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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1962 Education and Welfare Secretary will resign :id run for BTW High Wins
,_ i the Senate. This would leave a ,vacant+ seat in,the abtoet,
and it could be that ,the president will appoint Weaver to "Freedom Award"Booker

fill the vacancy ; T. Washington High was
,v named this week as winner of one
Dade county's 750 school secretaries perhaps carried of the eight Freedoms Foundation

a broad smile on their faces Wednesday. The reason: "Freedom The honor Awards"was made for 1961.

Comes July 1st they will receive an increase in salary. through an editorial entitled possible"Urge

Main Office at 0740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1-0421 There will be other school employees smiling too, as cleri- Your Parents to Vote" written by
Branch at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami Flonida-Phone FH_82230 cal workers, TV aides, maids, custodians and others will Washingtonian.Catherine Allen Other editor of The

H. 1:. SIOISMUND Him YES, Editor and Publisher also receive an increase. Everybody should be happy. ning awards were Walters schools Elemeru win.
GAHTII 09 REEVES, Managing KdiUr .," tary, Hialeah, and Citrus Grove
The housing code will be changed again and the 550 Junior High.
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1027, at the Post Office
at MJanil, Florida, under the act of March 3, 1876 square foot minimum will be cut to 400 feet.' Such was the
action of the commission on Wednesday. A committee of No place to go on Monday
mites? Stop by the
Satellite
sUBSCRIPTION RATES architects said the provision should be incorporated to take
FOUE10N Lounge. Miami's most
ONE YEAR $ .oo SIX MONTHS $3.00 ftO.OO unique
care of ia need for a large number of such units for single cocktail ]gunge. Most popular
Member of the Associated Negro Press persons and couples without children. prices in Miami. Never an ad.
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association mission price. Continuous enter
Objectors felt it will open the way for a 13-story low talnraent every nite. 6222 NW
cost housing project in their area. 7th Ave.RITZ .
THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK I


Thursday, February 22nd was the birthday of George
Zeta Phi Beta National
Washington, first president of the United States. Here is I II NOW

an appropriate quotation of :the father of our country that : Head AppointedEducation I
is as true today as it was ,when he made it. SHOWING
"It is impossible to rightly govern the world without \ Chief THEATRE

God and the Bible."
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We Were In Orbit k,
I r WILLIAM
Naturally the news of the week, not only for Ameri
cans, but for the whole' world was (the ;successful flightof II 1ti.1ii1F HOLDENCIIFTON
II
Astronaut John Glenn Jr. into (space in a capsule on I

Tuesday, and his return looking well and happy.It I
was .an historic occasion and practically the whole k
world sent greetings to America for this 'accomplishment I WEBB

The leader of the Soviet, ,Union, Nikita Khruschev,

not only complimented our president, but suggested that yu
Russia and .America discuss methods, of cooperation in the aAHC

exploration of space. NUPE

President Kennedy :has made a proposal for such a .
meeting of United States and Russian officials at an early !,

date. LEO McCARE who gave you'Going My Way'andTheBellsOf
This is a fine gesture if it could 'be worked out satis St.Mary now brings you his crowning achievement. ..... .
factory.
.. .
Going around the world three times at a speed of SATAN
I Dr. Deboran Wolfe,
more than 17,800 miles an ,hour ((81,000 miles) in a cap on leave as Professor Partridge of Educa NEVER
sule and sending information back to us, is (truly wonder- tion at Queens College, Flushing,
ful. ((Those of us who were able: to follow the launchingfrom New York, began her new dutiesas SLEEPS

Gape Canaveral on to the end of the flight were Committee Education on Education Chief with and Laborof the oow..au"..

thrilled, and should be thankful that we have lived to the House of Representatives on
see such a scientific accomplishment. Monday In this capacity she will Plus the action and thrills of
4 '. be a member of the Full Committee .
: "
.. staff and will be resoonsible ,... WOMAN HUNT"
The Strike Situation for all matters pertaining to legislation
affecting education and re
Miami's union ;bus drivers, or rather the majority of lated subjects. She will serve as

them are still on 'a strike, but we ,pre pleased to report Representatives the llason between and the the House of FORD .

that some of the buses are running and the awful inconvenience of Health, Education Department and

to
The "Metro Commission has gone all out in trying to ters.Dr.. Wolfe to this SpecialsDrive
comes buttressed
settle the trike, but there are certain conditions ,the union with many years job expsri.

and Metro 'could not agree upon. ence in education, hiving taughton by these homes, then .come by our office. We
'. Metro hired all the union men they could get, trainedother all levels from kindergarten will help with the financing
through you
graduate instruction
She
capable drivers and has 120 buses the
now over on
has been
classroom
t' ... a teacher, a
run, operated by" 106 union and non-union drivers. 4 principal, college professor and department 1. 2920 NW 67th St. $350 down\ $62.02 Mo.
Thirteen of the union strikers were taken to court chairman. Her experiences Nice CBS home on a large lot
charged with heckling and interfering with bus operators. have taken her to many
parts of the United States including 2. 7021 ,NW 29th Ave.
$450 down
They [were fined $100 each or 10 days in jail, with the : New Jersey, New York Mary. 3
bedroom
right to appeal. land, Alabama Michigan, Illinois, 2 bath home, fenced yard

AFL-CIO president George Meany came to Miami to Texas She has Louisiana traveled in and England California., Ireland 3. 1923 NW 43rd St. $350 down

see what he could do. In a imass meeting at Bayfront Parkon France, Switzerland, Italy, 2-bedroom CBS home with a Florida room
Tuesday night Meany suggested a referendum on repealing Greece, Egypt, Jordan, Syria, Is.
the Metro bus purchase from William W. Paw- rael Lebanon, Turkey, Mexico 4. 4740 NW 19th Ave. $995 down
Canada Denmark Sweden, Fin. 3 bedroom home, wall to wall
carpeting
ley, and arbitration between Pawley and the union. land, Norway U.S.S.R and throughout ,
Metro sees 'this suggestion otherwise. Reports are the United States including Move right in

that the union will seek ;10,000 signatures to petition for Hawaii and Alaska. 5. 1311 NW 40th St. $350 down
a referendum. One pleasing feature of the strike is the Before going to Queens College. beautiful 2 bedroom home
Dr. Wolfe served equipped kitchen
employment of Negro drivers. So far three of them are al staff of on the profession. Barbecue
Tuskegee Institute as pit, large yard
on the job. We have ibeen asking for them for many years. Head of the Department of Elementary -
,We are glad to have them even if it 'took the strike to do Education and Director of 6. 1445 NW 51st St. $995 down
.'the job. Graduate Work. She has also Brand new ;3 bedroom home-Florida room

Let us hope' that some satisfactory arrangements will York taught University at Grambling, University College,of New Illinois No qualifying Move right in

be made for the operation of our bus system as the strike and Wayne State University. 7. 3261 NW 48th Terr.
hurts Dado. county as a whole. Among her many associations: $495 down
sho is actively serving in tha fol. I 3 bedroom home-1 year old-Move right in
lowing learned and educational
House Kills Urban Affairs Department : Secretary, Council organizations of 8. 1228 NW 42nd St. $100 down

National Organizations for Children Move right in, 1 bedroom house with furniture
As anticipated, President Kennedy's proposed De- and Youth; Board of Directors Pay $50 month
partment of Urban ,Affairs met its death in the House of Lisle Fellowship; Vice President,
American Council on Human 9. 3025
I Representatives on Wednesday. The, vote was 264 to 150. Rights; Education( Committee, National NW 68th St. $400 down
Death came largely because the president had announcedthat Conference of Christians and 3 bedroom CBS home-Real
nice-$71.92
Robert Weaver Jews; Vice! President, National Mo.We
a Negro, now Housing Administrator -
would be ,the secretary. This, ,of course would give Council, Speaker's of Negro Bureau Women National: Chairman -.-

Weaver a seat in 'the president's xrabinet. ,Association of Business and Pro- are open Saturday and SundayWe
Disappointed, ,the president expressed his regret, but fessional Women; Life member of
predicted that Congress eventually would approve the American Member of Teachers Association Association of Univer; have over 450 other to chose from

new department after taking a longer look at the pro sity Women; American Associationof Ask about our brand new 3 and 4 bedroom home in
,
posal. University Professors, Interna

; Dante Fascell was the only one of Florida's eight tonal; Reading Education Association Society American Comparative Goulds Perrine area, No down payment!

J; congressman to vote against the motion to: Jclll the Kennedy Academy of Social and Politl1 -
;' plan. 9: Science, National
l' Education
.. FORD
Fascell ,Association! National Society for REALTY Inc.
J8; said Kennedy's proposal adhered to the rec- the Study of
Education Association
,
orqmendations of the Hoover Commission "on pinpointing of Childhood Education! Association .
! .administrative responsibilities" in government depart- of Supervision and Cur. 5524 NW 7th Ave. PL 7.2559
I'; ments. riculyn Development ail: International
President of Zeta >> (The largest Real Estate Office in
." Phi Beta: Liberty City)
:However reports are that Abraham Riblcoff Health
Sorority, a service organization. i i-





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Young; Gibson I DRS. ROSSER AND FRIENDS VISIT MIAMI I THE MIAMI TIMES -!MIAMI FLORIDA

with the wif( 's relatives and other SATURDAY, FEBRUARY/ 1962.t. PAGE i
Wins Award :
P y friends The Rossera were ac- 1 .. ...
,
Theodore R. Gibson, Jr., of ompanicd by Mr and Mrs. Fred I "
Eaytop also of Washington, D.C.,
Booker T. Washington High was : j '
one of six students singled out for who were making their first tripto "Cituno OFT Mor.no+ 1SS', j: ,1t >

demonstrating leadership in hu Minmi\ I.I TIDE M'XJKO I'Itl&* believes that America 4&n' beet'lead : tdI
man relations and awarded a "cer Dr Pearl Rosser is the daughter fiom racial: and national antagonisms when it accord to &Yer'aa' h
tificate of recognition" by the National of Mr, and Mrs. Charles A. Lock- I I regardless of race, color or crowd, his human and legal rights Hatkigno
Conference of Christians and hart, well known Miamians of 1235 man fearing HO man-the Nero Press fttrbrt* to help every man
Jews. N.W 72nd St. Both are membersof In the firm belief that all men are hurt as lung aa anyoe is heM
The award was made at the 10th l Jtp4 the staff of Freedman's Hospitalin back j
annual Brotherhood Dinner Mon- Washington, The wife is in the .
day night in the Fontainebleau Hotel field of Pediatrics and the husbandin -
the field of General Surgery
Mrs. Baytop is a Registered Nurseon WE ARE STILL SHOWING THIS MODEL
the staff of Freedman, and Mr.
Benefit Tea and Baytop is a Police Officer in Washington
Home Of DistinctionSee
Fashion Showat .
nirt2 The party left on Tuesday on its
Armory return trip to Washington, reporting this California style home that offersA

."'.... a very pleasant stay in Miami
; 2 INEW CONCEPT FOR FLORIDA LIVING
?

a i f ab ... ." The McGhaneys Speak Large Florida room, large living room, barbecue pit,

I enclosed garage, many features too numerous to
\ Samuel Rosser and his wife,
: Or Pearl Lockhart Rosser both of I'm continuing my story from i mention. (Priced right
Washington, D.C., arrived in Miami last week. I wonder why these
3 bedroom 1 % baths See bathroom ideas
( new ),
last for weekend visit I
.0 i Friday a days, a person cannot be a good
new ideas of ,;Fla. room and living room, the dream
I chrhtian and remain in the church
4 5 of his choice? Well, I told a certain kitchen that includes built in oven and range and
1 A Birthday Celebration pastor that I was not an AMEN refrigerator"Buy
I nor a Methodist nor BaptistthatI I
for 476 YearsThe was only trying to be a good with confidence"
Christian and live the Christian life.
The pastor told me that If that Is
Golden Age Club of the 1110 NW 50th St.
what I then I
was, was no longera
James E. Scott Community Association I
.:! celebrated 476 years for member of his church.So Open to the public all day Sat. Sun.

members of the club born in you can see for yourself,
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February. that if one tries to be a Christian:
First lady among the birth. he cannot be a member of most
day honorees was Mrs. Patsy churches of today You have to bea FENSTER REALTY12CO
Evans who celebrated her 116th denominational critic in order to
NW 62nd St. PL 9-0511
birthday on .Feb. 4. be a member of most churches of
Others honored at the party today.I -
_
..... ---. -'- were Mrs. Ella Williams, Mrs- --.tI
Mary A. Williams Mrs Geneva now am wise, I now am true, ---. '",
MRS. MAR JAMES, Chairman
Tate IMra. Elanor Ne'l' Smith, Patient, kind and loving too; i
The Home Room Mother'sof Mrs. Lottie Boatwrlght ''Rev. Sam All things I am, can do and be, COCONUT GROVE WESTINGHOUSE
the 'Lanier Junior High,School Wiggins Absent members were Through Christ the truth that Is 3101 Grand Ave.
PTA cordially invites you to at. Mrs Amanda Louis, Mrs. Je,. in men. LAUNDROMAT
tend a Benefit Tea, Fashion tina Bourne. COCONUT GROVE
Show and Musical (program Sun CO club members MORE NEXT WEEK b
More than Specializing in dry cleaning, finished laundry, rug
day. Feb. 25, 3 to 7 ''P.m. at the gathered to celebrate this occasion Thanks, \
National Guard Armory, '910 N. in festivity cleaning, drapes, spreadsFluff
RICHARD McGIIANGY.fr \ .
Dixie Highway, Hollywood, Flt.< bibs shirts finished 5 for
A huge birthday cake with an ;' dry $1.00 $1.00
Special ,guest> will be the Ink fe L, '
inscribed 476 centered the great *
> With 91.0O! order of dry cleaning
Spots
table. Other home made cakes
Quhrellns not clicking? Stop by ;
A. Quinn Jones Jr., is principal were also set before the guests the Stntolllto lifter (ho dog* and Hats cleaned and blocked
Mae James (Harriet Womack The club president, Mrs.
chairman: and president of Odessa James served aa masterof ery' with 11,. Itoscttii lathe I. Ol'nM(>\. TO SAT, 7 A.M. TO 0 P.M. CLOSED SUN
CIwi-wo understand: Never an
the PTA. ceremonies. 'Mrs Winnie Les. admission' price, continuous mu j riio.Ni; III Hoioo -. WILLIM CUNNINGHAM, 11101.

Honored guests /Mil be: Mr. ter served as hostess, Mrs. sic 0222: : NW 7th Ave. ,........
and Mrs Pat Heneghan Mr. and Bourne also appeared on the
Mrs. Dan Murphy, Mr. and Mrs program with a eolo. ,

William Dandy (Mr. and Mrs The party was unique in en. ,_..... -
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Charles D. Morton, Dr. and Mrs tertalnment and significance of -
Marvin Allen and Mr. and Mrs. celebrating the total ages sym

M. Sterling Collins. .bolizlng 476, on Feb. 15. THE FIESTA PLAYHOUSE




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one large corner lot. Live in huge CBS with Fla. t ; Plus a line of

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Eastern Stars

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1962 PAGE 7 Chocolate Sip Sunday CourtiOrders Masonic ..

The ladies of Hills Chapter No.
Carver DOT -- 48, Order of Eastern Stars, will
entertain with a fabulous ChocolateSip Group Disbanded
BROWARD COUNTYNEWS on Sunday, Feb. 25, 1962 from
Sll enl WinsThe 4 to 6 p.m. at the home of Mrs.
Earline Cliette, 1090 N.W. 56th St. Brooklyn In a decision ren- The organization against whom
derud by Judge Stein brink of the decision was handed down
Quite an interesting
District IV Diversified Cooperative consisting of musical numbers program with the Special Term, Part 3, Super. Is said to be in league with a
Training Program held lor Court of the State of New similar group under the leader
of the best talent will
its annual meeting at Roosevelt By WALTER liOWE some. The committee has appear all York, group known aa the Su. ship of a man wha callw himself
High School, West Palm Beach gone
preme Council of the United "Dr. "Professor" or "Reverend"
out that this is the
to see most
:Florida Friday 16th.
on February
States Soverlgn Grand Inspector William Fitzpatrick against
enjoyable of all the Sips which is
This is the one day of the year LINCOLN PLAYGROUNDThe an annual Social affair of this General of the Thirty Third and whom Prince Hall has prosecuted
when all DCT trainees of the en Let Degree, Ancient and Accept suits in Philadelphia with a
tire state meet by Districts and participants are increasing Chapter.appreciated.Your presence will be td Rite of Freemasonry were told decision expected at any moment.
participate in events such as parliamentary daily at Lincoln Playground.>> Some that they may no longer hold
procedure demonstra nine hundred boys and girls took themselves as Masons, that all Garden
tions, public speaking, role playing, part in the program during the their subordinate lodges must Friendship
spelling and other group activities. past week. Of the various activities TENNIS MATCHES: SLATED surrender to Prince Hall Masons And Civic 'Club
offered two hundred all of their paraphenalla and
The main event of the day is the over The Young Adult Club of Sun
children participated in active land Park Recreation Center will other Implements.Suit and
business session which is conduct. The Friendship Garden
ed by a member of the State Executive crafts; two hundred plus played in sponsor an array of tennis matches, has been instituted hereby Civic Club deviated from the
Board. games. Two hundred and fifty all for the fun and enjoyment of of enter-
: the Most Worshipful Prince usual Christmas party
gained experiences in arts andquiet
.. and several were involved the members and their friends, Hall Grand Lodge of New York taming friends by celebrating St.
games; Wednesday evening at 8.00: p.m. against this organization and Valentine's Day with a gala par.
in simple relays. on Sunland Park's Tennis Courts. against the following leaders: ty. The party was held' In the
Lincoln Park Playground All young adults of this area are Nathaniel A. Drown, called SOT Breezeway of the YMCA which
children enjoyed a Bicycle Cav. invited to participate. eielftn Grand Commander; Lon. was colorfully decorated with
and peanut hunt Friday HRAUT SISTER AND nle n. Cox, called Grand Master cupids, arrows and heart
afternoon. Several hundred andWInston Gibbons, called Amid the setting a short pro.
children participated in carryingout IIHOTHUK I Grand Secretary. gram was dendered The occasionwas
the Special Events program. The Third Annual Teenagers Judge Steinbrink stated that given by Mrs. Andel Mick.
The winners of the contests Red and White flail will be heldat the only legitimate Masons Ins and facts! concerning the
k 1 Ir were Carolyn Shaw, Michael Sunland Park Recreation Cen among Negroes In the United activities of the club by Mrs.
King, Earnest Dynes, James ter Friday evening. All mem. States were Prince Hall Masons Marjorie Wak.
Moorehead, Isaac Brown, Valer. bers and their guests are invitedto established by regular Masonic Many games were played. The
le Marlon, and Carolyn Utle)'. attend Secret Heart Brothers procedure and charter in Boston highest score! In the TV slogan
and Sisters will be named duringthe In 1791 and in New York StateIn game was won by Rev. I.. C.
A NEW BABY evenin. 1845. He suggested to the Mlcklns. After the games our
members of the ousted organiza. president was presented a beau.
Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Ladies of the adult: sewing tlon that they try and attach ttful Valentine gift.A .
Joseph C. Carter for being the par. classes now being conducted at themselves to Prince Hall MasonsIf delicious repast was enjoyedby
Miss Thelma Mitchell of Carver ents of a fine son born to them Sunland Park Recreation Centerare they really want to be legitimate all. The next meeting will be
High School was elected District January 30, 1962, at 5:30: a.m. They anticipating making their Masons. at Mrs. Marjorie Wake.
Representative. This is the highest also have a fine daughter whose Spring and Winter dresses. Each Eartha Styles, reporter9Learn
honor that is bestowed upon a DCT name is Leslie. Mr. Carter is lady has completed two dresses I _____.___
student. Miss Mitchell plans to run Supervisor of District III, Department since the beginning of the first
for State President of the Florida Recreation Lauder. weeks session
of Fort eight All ladles of o
State Association of DCT Clubs, dale. the Fort" Lauderdale area are la. the art of
March 30 at Jones High School n. vlted to visit thcbe classes and
Orlando. IIIIOWAIID COUNTYEDUCATIONAL become a member. Classes are
QUIZ conducted every Monday and
Thursday at 7 p.m If you wish BARBERING ANDPROCESSING
Walker Playground sponsored more Information regarding
an educational Quiz Friday after these classes contact Mrs. Ada
noon from 4:30 to 5:30 j.m. The Moore, center director of Sun:
participants were asked ques land Park Recreation Center at
tions pertaining to current events JA 6.2772 evt, 733.
and famous dates occuring during The Women's Day Program of
the month of February. Lin. Ebenezer Baptist Church has
4t da Wade and Henry Gibson were been extended until the t fourth
,f,\,. the winners of the questions and Sunday in March. The chairman,
';'t't\t!.?, spelling quizes. Walker Playground Mrs. Jackuon!' Is asking the cooperation MIAMI
participated in the an. of all members.We .
:: nual Bicycle Cavalcade and Pa. I
;
4 rade Saturday held at Sunland are proud to announce that
1!',c'/ Park Linda Wade won the prize our pastor, Rer. O. W. Foster was BARBER COLLEGE f
!' .I for having the most beautiful Installed moderator I for the Fla) ,
: 7:, decorated bicycle for girls and East Coast District.
; the most beautiful costume. Earl Sunday School . . 9t30
a.. Crawford won the prize for the Morning; service . . 11-00:
.. i j most beautifully decorated bl. Evening worship . . 7:00 .
eyelet for boys. Both received
4 trophies and were participants of
- Walker Playground. Grade Love let away from It All. Always
Most Courteous was an attendant to "Mtei Bi. n .i/lw4"ant ntnioxplicre. Satellite
cycle Cavalcade. Lounge.1 j :22 NW 7th Ave.


Officer of the MonthBased A
Over 4,000 Customers Can't be Wrong!
on a letter from the Direc NEGRO BARBERS NEEDED
tor of the Florida Restaurant Association S. R. 22's Written While You Wait
Mr. B. T. Paley, Lt. Then are many good-paytnq posl. ""

Frank Most Courteous M. Morrow Officer was chosen for the as Service First as low at Lions open throughout the Stat. of

month of January, 1962. $5.40 Florida. There f U I tremendous short

While assigned to the Precinct InsuranceAgency Deposit age of barbers throughout America

the letter noted "his exceptional Start your Inurtuice and a reel opportunity for you. Bar
cooperation in helping with the tmmedl.
bers are earning $75 to $160 per
arrangements to provide Holiday
dinners for 1,200 needy colored stets week. Work Is light, clean, friendly

people." Miami Opa Locka and assures you a year-'round Income

For this extra effort, the F.O.P 3497 N.W. 7th Ave. 16300 N.W. 27th Ave and lifetime security
and F.O.PA. will award a $2500 NE 5.6355 NA 4-6612
U. S. Bond as a small token ol ,
thier appreciation. NO UNEMPLOYMENTNO

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA
MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn ALONG FREEDOM'SROAD

PAGE 8 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1962
sad but loving memory of
In sad, 4>ut loving memory of
our dear ion: and brber, i my dear husband : .. -
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.u""""<-_,, ...... .' .-5:. ."By RUTH PERRY -

j : $ ; ,' February is a month peculiarly I-.f-I

'American, because two of our great- .
3iS SI tst presidents were born during it .t!

George Washington and Abra.. I..tfN .

ham Lincoln." OX 1.7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St.

I- rt :, Washington, D.C.

I remember very vividly a trip
NOW SHOWING
I made to Washington some years
r / ago. This is a city full of me- 3 BIG HITS
mories, memorials, statues and
buildings of state. It is an impressive "RAT RACE"

s thing just to ride or walk CURTIS DEBBIE REYNOLDS
TONY -
around Washington; one can hardly
remember all the famous and
Shown at 7:15
in day
inspiring things seen one
there. It is a wonderful thing to
i t 4a K see the Washington Monument-an
r sY I imposing obelisk made of granite
anu white marble, having a height
ot 55& feet, surely a fitting memorial
to the first president of our
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country.But .
THOMAS CASII, Jit. DEACON LAFAYETTE CAlL
Folks may think we have for. who departed this life Feb. 13, the monument that was nearest
gotten. 1958. to my heart was the Lincoln
When at times they see us smile Four years have gone I Memorial, built of marble and
But they little know the heart- Since you walked l the last mile standing on a little hill. The
I around the Memorial are
of the way. ground r
aches, "'
i beautifully planted with trees, CoiAnde Rttuei .,. rt; '; t
Our smiles hide all the while. Death is a heartache none can .
Mary Dell Cash, mother heal.MeDloriea, tlowers and shrubs, and one ap-
Mildred L. ''Davis, sister are treasures none can proaches it by a flight of stone I
steal, steps. As 1 remember it, the
Although have building is surrounded by many
you gone away
IN MEMORIAM and left us columns, representing every state Ms( IiSctrw( > craJucfion,: n SuoeM(( maDon.t1( Eastman.CO LO0.ahrtr-amen

Our love for you still lingers in in the Union at the time of Lin Shown at 9110
In ead but loving memory of our hearts. coln's death.
our dear husband, father and Mrs. Leona Call, wife
PLUS"ERRAND
The Lincoln Memorial\ -
mother
brother, Mrs. Emma Scott

When I approached the entranceof BOY"
CITYWIDE TABLE TENNISTOURNAMENT the building, I had a most peculiar
feeling-as though I was Shown at 11:00

The City-Wide Table Tennis going into church, and I believe .
.rr 4k Tournament conducted at Sunland all toe other visitors felt the same % -ard.a
Park January 25-26 was mainly a way. People had been laughing SUNDAY MONDAY' TUESDAY
show of previous champions. Leroy and talking while climbing up the
Davis playing in the boys 13.16 steps, but when the entrance to
division, Majorie Moton girls 13-16 the building was clearly visible, '
division, and Sheddrick Wither- people stopped talking and became: DRAWLING and4EXIIILARANT
spoon girls 12 and under division silent. A curious and reverent
all displayed the forms of true hush fell over everyone because
champions as they defended aqd. ,all ,knew than t they ,were ent jjng
retained their titles successfully,: into the presence.of? : ; :'greatness:; I i iI ABANDON on.
McArthur Burns breezed by all opponents .
to become the new cham- am sure that not very many "
pion in the men 17 years'and older eyes were dry when the statue'of'' the, SCREEN_ !. d
division. Other outstanding play- Abraham Lincoln .came into view,'*
because It is the -Time M gaifnurday $
ers in the tournament were Bernard 'most moving and
Small, Linda Wade DeNese Impressive statue I have ever seen
4".u Moore, Brenda Thomas, Gail Eu- it is really a simple thing-Lincoln I \ "
banks and Willie Rawls. is portrayed sitting in a chair witn I I A GEM!
ms head slightly bowed-but thereis I
SUNLAND PARK POOL
a feeling of goodness and great-I
Attendance at Sunland Park ness surrounding him. I '
NX: Herald Tribune,
Swimming Pool picked up tremendously looked at the statue, and all aroundme
during the past week as were people doing the same
DANIEL JAMES LAWRENCE Sr. some 450 persons participated and thing. Negro and white visitors
who departed this life February enjoyed some phase of the aquatic were standing together looking at
23. 1960. activities offered. Invitations are the man who more than any other
The memories of you still linger still extended to anyone interestedin nad the courage and vision to save
in our hearts. participating in the "Swim and the Union and abolish slavery. Night and
Helen Lawrence wife Stay Fit" program being conducted
carved on the wall in back of the
and Family at the pool. statue are these words;
0unctay Morning
"In this temple, as in the heartsof

IN MEMORIAMThe the people tor whom he saved .._...._....._.._. II GAUl "'1.
the Union the of Abraham /0t
memory .. ALBERT F1NNEY "DULfS only
Lincoln Is enshrined forever.
family of the late SHIRlEY ANNE fIELD RACHEL ROBERTS
Lincoln's Words ......- .-...wwrw
WINIFRED SCAVKLLA CUNNINGHAM

employs) this method of thanking its many friends who ",no And carved on the walls surrounding -. .. -
lend kindness! and expressions of symjuathy during its the statue of Lincoln, we Shown at 10:40
read on one side the word ot the
recent: bereavement. Esl'edallf"OIl1td Me like to thank the
Gettysburg Address, ending, "that I
Venerable John E. Culmer, nastor. St. Agnes Uptecopal this nation, under God, shall havea
Church, and the M. S. Allen Funeral Home and iU staff. new birth of freedom, and that 1
government of the people, by the *
Jesus lives!, henceforth Is death people, and for the people shallot
Hut the gate of life Immortal; perish from the earth."

This shall calm our trembling breasts,
And on the opposite wall, we
When we past its gloomy portal. Alleluia! read Abraham Lincoln's Second

Survivors include hoses J. Cunningham, husband; Mrs. Ilea. inaugural Address, delivered just
before his death in 1835. The
trice nato brothers Edwin Arthur Frank Civil Shown
,I mother.ln-law| : War still at 9:05
was being fought when
and Fred ScavellA; Sisters: Mrs. Elizabeth Someillan and Mrs. Lincoln gave this speech.: Who
flume McKlnney. A host'of nieces' and nophew$. can forget her wonderful words. "ALL THE YOUNG MEN"

I Including: "Fondly do we hope, Shown at 7:15
fervently do we pray that this
ml&htYlCoW'&e of war may speed-
ily Yet if God wills
"Living Service for the Living"Oscar that pass it continue away. until all the wealth STARTS WEDNESDAY

piled by the bondsman's two hun-
dred and fifty years of unrequitedtoil HITS
shall be sunk, and until every "THUNDER
drop of blood drawn with the lash ROAD""ALIAS
shall be paid by another drawn JESSE JAMES"
with the sword, as was said three !
thousand years ago, so still it must
be said, that the judgments of the
Lord are true and righteous al

together. I PECK< d

"With malice toward none, with JEAN
charity for all, with firmness in SIMMO
., the right as God gives us to see the r.
M1+ right, let us finish the work we r
are in to do all which may BAKER F
achieve and cherish a just and a

L4 Range funeral Home lasting with all peace nations.among" ourselves and HESTON

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M. Athalle Range, Owner N. Patrick Range, Mgr. The greatness of Abraham Lincoln IVES 8URL

has not diminished with the
i 5727 N.W,17th Ave. years; and his words hold meaning ..t .kt

for us today in our continued ......tmnm.AIfa 1IONCa.OIt ...
search for a true democracy his TtCHNR.woIN \
'ox 1-0131; OX ,1-4343 ;
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I future.
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THE: MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA Joe Terry from Philadelphia,
Miami Police Duty; WFABD. I IVandy I Rejects

SATURDAY, .FEBRUARY. 24, 1962 PAGE 9 I J., China Vales and a dozen
others. Meanwhile:", during the I, Mixing, 882$51NASIIVILLEVanderbilt
newest dance craze, "The Chicken
Scratch," somebody found a new I University
dance to inject called "Kill That
student
wr i have TeJ eted' a
J.:. "
." \ Roach, created by Ray Snead. : recommendation that Negroes be
From Louisville came Frank and
admitted, as Undergraduate
Evelyn Caldwell; Hamp Hughs About 'half the student body
Around Miami from Texas: Mary Wilkerson and participated in the referendum
Charles Wilkerson from Cleveland; sponsored by the student senate.
and Evelyn Bibb of Detroit. As The vote against the proposal was s7INV.
the Glass beams with pride, he informs 862 to 661.Negroes .
me that he is holding overE. ...
By DAVE BONDU -, Lois Foreman and the Turner attend Vanderbilt's divinity -
Family. and' law schools. DR. J. LUCY

.... Pretty Girl of the Week: Louise The university's board of trust OF GREENVILLE!, 8. O.
'- --
::: Driscoll. determines admissions policies
- - - ,
Congratulations to Cot John Treadwell Larry Maxwell, Joe Pretty Boy of the Week: Johnny ----- .Guaranteed luceNt Have your

Glenn and his trip through space. Medlin, United Artist Recordingstar. Williams (Band Box). .loved ones strayed from )'ou' I*

But he is not the only "space ven- Anyway, everybody had a Nash.Man About Town: Sgt. Jesse four home unhappy? Do j o tt
turer" of Tuesday, last. I was good time. Read Leo's column for Policeman need money? Are you living un.
of the Week Otis
whizzing golf balls through space the winners and their scores. With : dor crossed conditions? Do you
In" the North-South Golf Tourna that until next year, Ray Mitchell Davis. wont, peace of. mind. Da XOUL
Happy Couple of the Week Shir
ment and believe me I'had plentyof had a good tourney. : want to conquer roar 'enemies*
: ley and Robert Seldon.
company. Golfers like Sam Sellers '. If do make- us appointment*with, ,
of Atlanta, Georgia; Moss Ken- Who's Who at the Hampton I JtEV, m.. X 'Loor,a"
At Baker's Famous Corner Con
drix of Coca Cola, U.S.A.; Ralph House and believe me they ,
t nie and Carolyn Farmer will play No charge fit I tall. Par boaae
Metcalf former Olympic star Elliott
; had everybody this year and were host and hostess to their customers troubles, love affairs and"luck,
Rouse, Geo. Harrison, Jackie classified as the best Sepia Motelin .
when he celebrates his six yearsat E. Albany, Ga. *
Robinson, Frank DuBoise. Mimic the entire South. And to proveit the Famous Corner next month. 1401 NW 70th Street
George Kirby, Junior Gilliam, Dr. here are some of the folk who That's where Dewey Johnson has Miami Florida
Oliver Holmes and his son "Tup"of stayed there and said so: Jackie the best 't ''ttoitlQJ Phone OX 1.7810
mouthwatering Bar-B-Q ..
Atlanta Maxine Meers of Jack .
; Robinson, Ralph and Faye Med in town.
sonville; Lydia Adams, Lemmer calf Althea Gibson, George Treadwell S s s
Carter, Althea Gibson, Myrtle Pat. Larry Maxwell, Willie Greer,
terson, Odessa Dixon, Attorney Bob Bell, Kiah Sales, Moss Ken- Since Bill Harris has been at the SEE THE SOUTH'S'LEADING
Sarah Ashmore, Mattie Armstrong, drix and many more. Manager Satellite Bar on 7th Ave., the place COLORED
Allyne Nixon (better known as Harold Kemp and his boss, Harry looks like one of those bars you'dsee PSYCHIC ZEADERCONSULT
"Butch"), Mary Minor, Cecilia Jenkins Markowitz know what it means to in NYC. Bill is a real pro- t
; and Lainey Smith. advertise. They made the Hampton moter and knows how to make his I 't HER-.
Local boy Eugene Clapp, who House the Hotel for 1962. I i I customers feel right at home.
overdrove the green on the first py yi

tee, passed the second tee and I found a loaf of bread with some
John Lomelo and Phil Harris at
went out of bounds in the New holes in it as of late. AU of the
Villas, and shocked everybody! bread companies have gone all-out the King 0' Hearts are planning
another big show for the next
There were other local boys like with blenderizing, mix mastering,
week. Plus that their
Wednesday
Steve McElmurry, Robert Jackson; and else to
soft turning everything
night amateur hour is packing the
Par and Birdie Club members take the hole out of the bread. I, : (
the
customers to back doors. The
Earnest Hayes, Willie Lazier, Dr. like many thousands don't care for Cr
I band is good under the direction of
James Lindsy Robert Seldon, and that spongy bread without the
Freddie Green. .
yours truly.I holes. Please, bread people, put wLet
peeked at sportswriter Leo some! Soft Twist and other breads IE. Lois Foreman 1'1
Public Relations with the holes In it back on the Until week and fair ; .
Ambrister; man next treatment Lois Foreman, new and .ex. her year of experience guide
Jessie Louis of Birmingham, Ala market. from some of these businessmen citing song stylist now appearing and protect you throughout life
bama; Herb Wright of Phillip Mor- who don't care about the Negro at the Knight Beat at the Sir John .e a llghthouio guide the ships In
ris; George ,Brown of Pepsi Cola. The Glass is still packing themin Dollar, we'll still live life Hotel In Miami, appeared on (he. I storm. For eueooH In business
Clyde Killens, "The Glass" who at the Knight Beat. Big stars every golden minute of' it. "Big Break" television show sponsored and love.DON'T .
GOJS: not play golf, but was there and important people from all over PEACEI j i : by the::,Jefferson Storcilrccently STAY'I I NTH; : RUTS1tET
lust"milling:around as public re- the U.SA. are diggin' Frank Do/ I and became the winner Over OUT NOW. BY=:THE;..BLf. .":.OF
Liions/ltfSn; for- his Knight Beat Boise.. Sitting at ringside wete' eight other contestants. The following QOD SHE CAN HELP YOU.
.,,' Club: Althea Gibson, George Kirby, Char -- week Miss Foreman 'appeared
If .-; There\ ';:were y just so many folk lie Carpenter, Joe Medlin, 'Johnny on the "Big Break" end Office' Hourtl
there'lhir-t' it's impossible to men- Carter: Sammy Wright, 'Mr.and: FOR RENT won ,a $1,500 stereo console, the 9 a.m. 9 p.m
tion them all, and I forgot George Mrs: John McCall of New York; \ highest priced prize ever won 1 r[by rhura 9 a.nr.'ttlt
I any contestant appearing on :the p.m.
I FINEST show. DAILYSundays

I') ., 4 FOR SALEr .' BEDROOM APTS. E. Lois has been acclaimed| as
the most promising new singer to

) : come out of Miami In many years. 10 e.m. 8 p.m.READING .
NEW DUPLEXLOW Adult Only Several record companies are Vic
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DOWN PAYMENT However Miss Foreman is in the
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA


PAGE 10 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1962

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Ushers UnionThe Church of The Open Door

Rev. H. C. McDowell, pastor
Usher's Union Association Mrs. E. A. McNeal, reporterWe
will hold Its fourth Sunday pro.
11U gram at Mt. Calvary Baptist especially welcome in our

r ppiC Church between 15th and 17th midst Dr. CurtLs R. Schumacher,
Sts on 5th court, 3 tp.m The director of our church finance

program will ,be sponsored be. advisory service. He has
twen the Ushers' Union Associa. brought to our parish a great
I tier Juniors and Mt. Calvary Inspiration and vital Christian

St. Matthew Freewill ST. JAMES A. M. E. juniors, Feb. 25 The president Is challenge.
Tabor BTU asking that the seniors be out
! Mt 2014 NW 5th Court Rev. J. B. Blacknell, pastor with the juniors. There was a a grand and glo.

Rev. J. B. Woodley, pastor Sunday School . 9:30 rious time Sunday evening when
Rally SundayThe David Hudson president the members of the church gathered
,
Closes Bro Nathaniel Thomas
reporter Morning worship . 11:00 '
Dorothy Major reporter to hear the report of the
of Sunday School . . 9:30 Evening worship . . 7:00 ,
Baptist Training Union Rev. E. M. Thomas, i pastorBAHA'I ambassadors' of the church who
Baptist Church has Morning worship . 11:00 Those were absent from sere visited the home of the members .
Mt. Tabor for the last alx iTCL . . . ...". 6:00 vices last Sunday missed a very I to get their contributions, as
been engaged Night service . ,
weeks In ,a Calendar Rally for ( . 7:00 stirring message from thepres- FAITHMiss to the amount they would have
raising its budget St. Matthews was delightfully ent pastor of the of the {Junior ward the Pledge Rally Drive. Our

f orpthisOyear.. This drive will blessed with a spiritual feast Church, Rev. Theodore Rody. Audrey F. Thompson, goal was for $25,000 but thanksto
coming from the visiting The theme of the message was I members of the Daha'i Assemblyof
terminate on Sunday Feb. 25 at pastor, | our loyal members and friends
Rev.Solomon who "Christian Stedfastnesa and Miami, will review WilliamSears'
5:30: p.m. was visiting with still more members to be
ti-om Georgia. Progression in Life." The music book on biblical prophecyand contacted the amount pledged
: ?
extending special In. for the morning erndered, by fulfillment "Thief In the
a was
We are The No. 1 choir sang songs last Sunday was i $36,609.80. We
vltation to all of our friends, like they never sang before. The the Male Chrus which substituted Night, 8 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 26 are hoping when all reports are
and community leaden for the Junior Choir becauseof at the Baha'l Center, 137 NW
, members church was fed with the dinging In we fill have doubled' our goal.
I to come out and witness a very that was served by the choir all (fthe Illness of the director, 11th ave. The regular weekly dls. At the end of the auditingand
fine program. Mr. Louis Port- day. Mrs. Ann Smith. We wish to cusslon for the past three months all gathered in the sauctu-

lock, manager. of Atlanta Life M rs. Smith a speedy recovery.. have covered this book, and Miss ary for a service of
There will be a dinner sale thanksgiving.:
Thompson will review the entire
Insurance Co., will be our guest
Youth Day has been sanged to
Don't fail hear this given at the church. Come out book at this session. The public Rev. and Mrs. McDowell
speaker. And the third Sunday of each month, ) spent
dynamic personality. He will ,be to enjoy be served your dinner from 11 Dinnersare rather than the fouth. Sunday.The cordially Invited to attend. three days at Avon Part to a

at his best on this occasion. J p.m. Free delivery, a.m.phone to young people, under the ministers and wives meeting.

The Choral Ensemble of FR 9.8969. supervision of their sponsors, NEW HOPE P.B. CHURCHRev. On. next Sunday the students of

Northwestern High School, directed Remember the sick and shut were quite efficient In thepro., the Sunlight Beauty School will
Ins. formance of their duties. They II. C. Samuels, pastor
by Arthur L., Evans, will worship with us.
furnish the music. Mrs. Ruby show great promise for the fu. Mrs. \Evelyn Granger, reporter "

ture. Sunday School ..... . 9:30: i
Carr of Friendship Baptist
Church will also appear .on pro. BETHEL BAPTIST The message for the eveningwas Morning Service . \11:00: FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
BTU . . .
gram. She Is noted for her gift delivered by our visiting . 5:30:
in dramatic reading. Bethel's Richmond Sunday Heights worship: services minister, Rev. Edward. It was Evening service . . 7:30 4600 NW 23rd Ave., BrownsvilleRev.
uplifting The Gospel Chorus W. M. Davis
sup. pastor
are as usual. On last
Sunday our church
this
You can't afford to miss plied the music.
Sunday School . . 9:30 services were overwhelmingly Mrs. Delores Riley, reporter
affair. Allmembel'8 are urged to Plan to worship at St. James
support the chairman of your Morning worship . 10:45TU next Suday. Visitors are always enjoyed. Beginning with the Sunday School . . .9:30:

birth ,month. Don't report, makeit . . . . 6:30 welcome. Sunday School with, Supt. Deacon Morning worship . > 11:00:

a must that you ,be present at There will be an Irish Coffee D. Brown in charge. Then our BTU . . . '..... 5.30

Mt. Tabor this Sunday evening Sip Sunday, March 25 at the wonderful morning service with Evening worship . 6:30:
at 6:30: ,p.m. I residence of Mr. and Mrs. J, H. THE INCARNATION the Rev. Roscoe Jackson delivering Thurs., Prayer Meet . 7:30:
Ferguson at 14970 Buchanan St. the message and closing out Thurs., Bible Class . 8:30:
Mrs. |A. L. Powell, director The sip Is scheduled for 4 to 6 1835 NW 54th St. our services for the day at even

p.m. The sip Is sponsored by Father ElUba Clarke, Jr., vicar ing. The Rev. Jackson deliver.ed .
Rev P. S. Brown, pastor Circle No. 1. Tickes are on sale Rev. H. E. S. Reeves, assistant the sermon. METROPOLITAN A. M. E.

and may be purchase by dona Winter Schedule Sunday
We 1778 NW 69th St.
tion. Low mass . . . 7:30 are extending' an Invlta. Rev. J. J.
tion Williams
to the 'entire public to come (pastor
Payne ChapelTo Church School, Bible Class 9:30: and Oble W. Duren,
worship with us this coming reporter
Solemn
Sung Mess . 10:45Jr.
KELLY CHAPELThe EYC . . 5 p.m. Sunday. Rev. Jackson will be Our first quarterly conference

Close Rally men will set back and give Sr. EYC .... . . . 6 p.m. day preaching assisted again by throughout Rev L. the J. was held Feb. 15.18.It was a

Sunday to the women. The Wo- Solemn Evensong . 7:00: Greene. tremendous success, spiritually
1. nun's Society of Christian Service Confirmation Instruction 10 a.m. and financially. Our spiritual
fvf will observe their annual Wo. WEDNESDAY v Seven ,Day Without needs were fulfilled with an in.

man's Day.beginning Low Mass . II. . 6:30: Church makes one weak," so spiring message from our presiding .
with the morning EVENTSThe by all means attend the church elder, Rev. F. A. Allen

service when Mrs. R. W. Dell Third Annual Program of of your choice this Sunday. who spoke on the subject,

will 'be presiding Mrs. C. J. Bur- Sacred music will begin! "Conquest of Inferiority." Our

ney of New Providence Baptist Sunday evening at 7 p.m. sere pastor delivered delivered the
MT. '
Church will deliver the message. vice.EVENTS CALVARY BAPTIS1 eermon (Sunday evening.

? f Mrs. Burney to: a dynamic and At the 10:45 a,m. Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor Other visiting ministers included

soul stirring speaker and the Solemn Sung Mass the following Mrs. Caroline Cherry, reporter Revs. C. D. Perry and

t wife of Rev C. J. Burney organization officers will be in. Sunday School . 9:30 Henry Evans. Total amount of

Speaker for the evening service stalled: Morning worship . 11:00: finance raised during the first

will be Mrs. Irene Straughter,, Junior and Senior EpiscopalYoung B. T. U . . . . 5:30: quarter WM 200688. A de.

instructor at Liberty City Ele. Church men. Evening worship . 7:00 llghtful dinner was enjoyed by '
The St. '
Bernard
Junior
choir.
mentary School. The The pastor and members ';wish the visiting presiding elder and

p+ We are asking for the support meeting monthly of the Episcopal executive Churchwomen board to thank the Rev. G. C. Bradley others In the church group 1m.

of all our Christian sisters and will be held Immediatelyafter who came by from the associa mediately after Sunday morning
brothers In this drive. service. lion and preached such a time service
ly and sound doctrine
All officers are urged to be ,May God ever bless! him message and Sunday, Feb. ,25 Rev H. E.

MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. present. strengthen him continually. Green will be with us at 8 p.m.
The monthly meeting of the Our pastor has been to help us celebrate the third an.

E. M. Thomas, pastor Churchmen will be held Sunday; i ill but God blessed him somewhat to nlversary of Choir No.1. Rev.

Phyllis Myers reporter at the church. There we are preach a wonderful sermon to Green is pastor, of Mt. Zion AME
r
Sunday School . . 9:45: hoping interested churchmen will us that night. Church of Opa Locka. Do come
Morning service . . 11:00: be present. and worship with us. Our doors

BTU ..... ...... ...... . 5:30: The Brownsville Junior High are always open to all.
REV. II. McNEAL HARRIS I Evening service . . 7:00 School will be the guest on the MT. HERMON A. M. E.
Sunday at 3:30: p.m. the usher program of Sacred Music Sunday
Sunday Feb. 25 will mark the
Feb. 25 7 Rev. S. L. BETHEL
board No. 2 celebrated Its p.m. Gay, pastor BAPTIST

termination day of our first financial 11th anniversary The guest Sunday School . . 9:30 Richmond
rally sponsored by our speaker for Rev. I Morning Worship . Heights .
program was 11:00
CHURCH Circle No. 2
energetic minister the Rev, H. OF GOD IN CHRIST of Bethel Bap.
Sims, from Friendship Baptist Evening Worship . 7:00 tist Church la
McNeil Harris. He came to ua Church. His subject "A 1747 N.W. 3rd Ave. sponsoring an Irish
last October from the annual Faithful Usher" The(Was annlver. Sunday was a wonderful day Coffee Sip. Everyone 181{cordially
conference held In Lake Wales, of Eld. Jacob Cohen, pastorM. at Mt. Hermon. All of our en Invited to attend this event. ,The
sary the ushers
program
having completed three success grand wasa A. Johnson, reporter deavors are being crowned with sip will be held at the/, residence
ful years as pastor of St. James success.Sunday Sunday School . . 9:30 great success. Our morning of Mr. and Mrs. John Ferguson
Feb. 25the wor.
AME Church, Miami. Church Is, Junior !Morning- service . . 11:30 ship was very inspiring. At 3 at 14920 Buchanan St., Tic.
home sponsoring a tea at the YPW ...... . . . 6:30 o'clock the No. 2 usher board kets may be purchased by dena.
He Is giving excellent leader. of Mrs. Clara Love, 1889 Uon. '
58th it. Evening Service . 8:30 raised $631 in their 4th annl.
ship to the Payne Chapel con A
unique program Is under.
gregatlon, one of the leading We are praying for the sick versary. Chairman, Mrs Irving I Usher Board No.1 will lob.
day at the church, C. O. 0. of and vice chairman Mrs. }
churches in the entire connection and Bhutlns to have ,a speedy C. Inan effort to Increase the land. Strick serve Its annual tea March 17 at

recovery. membership and general interest Bethel Baptist Church at 3:30:
build The purpose of the rally Is to in our Sunday School. Our first Special thanks to Rev M. J. j.m. This is cotempljated to be
a a
parsonage commensuratewith three Sundays In the month of Fayson and his good people of very outstanding afternoon.
the church last Sunday afternoon Church of God in Christ We are
February, with Mr. James the )jSt. Paul AME Church who asking for the pretence
Dr, S. A. Cousin former of all
1809 NW 6th Ave. Cash serving as Superintendent, visited with us on Monday night of our members and
minister of the hurch for' friends.
proved very successful.We and assisted us In raising the Don't miss it, or you will
nine Elder J. C. Jackson
years, now the popular pastor wish hadn't.MARTIN
pas you
I sum of .
were honored to have visit $83. Rev. Fayson delivered
tor of Greater Bethel AME I Mother G. Gamble, state mother.
ing with a
us on Sunday, the Bl. very uplifting
Church In Miami, and prominent I Sunday School . . 10:00: I shop J. 0. Patterson, National that was well enjoyed. sermon
candidate for the bishopric 1961, Morning Service . . 12:00: i Secretary of the Executive Com- MEMORIALThe
accompanied by Bethel's choir Evening Service . . 7:30 mission of the Churches of God Sunday is termination of our
No. women of
1 rendered a special service We the members of Fifth Ave. I in Christ, from Memphis Ten. 4th annual baby contest. The rial will Martin Afemo-
in the Intereet of the rally. Church pastor I la asking all sponsor a Million Dol
of God In Christ would nessee. Accompanying him was boards to lar Wedding which
Amount offering, 7780. The like to express our thanks for Eld. Porter, also from Tennessee please report at least $100. We on Friday March will be held
,
singing of the choir and the most attending the \conference sere are very proud that Bro. Willie which will close 9 at ':15

Inspiring sermon were greatly en. vice that wa 'conducted by our see.S I Is. Earnestlne Washington, Fletaher Supt. of Sunday School tween the;women our and contest be.

joyed by a capacity congregation.A pastor. The pastor's text was, from New York City, has been vL has !been elected for a second will be held on ,Sunday men March which

"Eloquence to Worship siting with us for the past three term as president of the Lay. 17. The public Is
i ji most cordial Invitation Is man League, North cordially in
extended to the "Influence to Worship. We I Sundays. We were favored with Miami Dls. vited to attend.
worship with us general on this public special to were spiritually filled by that several vocal selections from she District of the AME Church. Donation will be 50 cents for

; sermon I and her daughter on last Sunday adults and 25 cents
dtyv'.Ateliit'pUt",' Let \Ie all work together while for children.
; \ !,!.. Miss JoAnn Gollatt was theM night. jt Is day, For the night cometh Please be present and enjoy this .
Mesdames. H. 8. Dyson, and C. for the service. We are expecting to see each when no man"can work wonderful affair.
Core an""" Dellagall, queen of You and your friends are always of you at our Chorus Revival Mrs. Olive Ware, chairman

Rose and Carnations respective welcome to attend our Convention, Monday night, Feb. We extend our since prayers Mrs. Mary James,
ly. church at all times. ruary 26, at 8 p.m. for those that are sick. ,eOebalrmui






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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA REGISTRATION Program of

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1962 PAGE 11 I CENTER FOR Sacred MusicThe

OPALOCKA Brownsville Junior High
School choir will be the guest
CITIZENSCitizens atthe; Solemn Eensong and pro. !
gram of Sacred Music on Sunday I
of Opa-Locka will Feb. 25 7 p.m. at the Church of
have Dade County Voter registration The Incarnation The public Is
books mado available to cordially invited This choir has h u
them In order that: they might prepared an outstanding pro
register as new qualified residents gram. It will be worth your
& 4': or as person who have while to attend. They are good
changed their name or address
Mrs. Roscoe Speed, director;
i since they last reclaimed, Ie.I
Mrs. Carolyn Blank, accompanist
I vealed Mr. Claude R. Brown
Supervisor of regibtratlon.

For | a three week period ST. PAUL A. M. E.

March 6 through 24 from 3.00; Rev. M. J. Fayson, pastor
: i a.m. through 5:00 p.m. on Mon. Mrs. Lee Gray reporter

w days Fridays and Saturdays\ and Sunday School . . 9:30
9:00 a.m. through 9:00 p.m. en .
Morning worship . 11:00
Tuesdays and Thursdays books Evening worship . . 7:00
will be opened at North DadeJuniorSenior Our pastor, even though not .-II.: -.........
School 1840
High feeling well Sunday morning, The Rev Roscoe Jackson was
NW 157th Street, in order .to
brought us a spirit filled sermon. officially placed in the New Hope
convenient for
provide a place The missionaries and the Pastor's Missionary Baptist Church M
redistribution for the of
people Aid celebrated their first acting pastor for. the time being.
Opa Locka. anniversary Jointly Sunday even. Rev. Jackson Is a member of the

....f'-'f[ a _.i&'ni- 1'1I'.I in. Rev. Milton Fayson of Bethel New Mt. Morlah Baptist Church
AME Church, Pompano delivereda and hu been for a great number
Shown above are the king, queen F. A. ConservatoryPresents timely message for the occa. of yean. Rer. Jackson Is a fine
and runners-up of Cox's Kindergarten sion. With the cooperation of our young minister, who Is well
PUN PHUN 1961-62. The queen is Se- visiting guests and the fine sup known for his ministerial ability
By PHIL OSSOFER brina Bivins, five year old petite "Concertin.lProgress port of St. Paul our receipts for and preaching throughout the
laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler the evening was $106.10. The state of Florida.
tI; Bivins, 505 N.W. 9th St., Apt. 5,,, senior trustees will terminate On Sunday morning Feb. 18 Ina
Were you surprised when the and the king is Ronald Williams,,, their contest Sunday night with special meeting held by the
handsome son of Mr. and Mrs the lady trustees. deacons of the church Rev.
world didn't come to an end. as The Fine Arts Conservatory
Clinton Williams, 138 N.W. 7UiSt Our sick members are Mrs. Jackson was given the complete
predicted early this month? Not 615 NW 60th St., the first and
II I don't believe It will be ., Apt. 24. only Integrated school of I dance L. Baker Mrs. A. Grice, Mrs. L. charge of the pulpit of the New
destroyed in our time at least. The runners-up, although all music and fine arts, will pre. Lee Please visit them and bring Hope Baptist Church by the
will be
church and he
We still have to catch up" on annot be seen in the photo, areas sent "Concert-in.Progress" Saturday someone to church Sunday fulfilling body MB duties In that capa.
some biblical prophecy that must follows: Vernette James, Leah February 24 in the audl. city beginning this Sunday morn.
be fulfilled before the world carry, Danita Daniels, Gene Burr,,, torium of the Conservatory from NEW BETHEL BAPTIST Ing and every Sunday thereafter.
disintegrates.The Jebra Bently, Cassandra Hall, Virginia 2 to 3'p.m.. Deacon Vandell Bovann,
Lord's prayer can be fulfilled Tolliver, Gigi Freeman Dora 1671 NW 68th St. secretary
only while the world re. thy Adams, Ronnie AnersonClyde ,, Appearing on the program Sunday School . . 10:00
main on its axis twirling merrily Killens, Michael Curry, An will be the following students Morning worship . 11:00B. ...-.-i..N..N.NNN..N.1N..N.N..NANDREWS'
away. God is still with us and hony Stanley, Otis D. Fox, and from the piano, woodwind dance T. U . . . . 6:30
continue to shower His mercy tCalvin Stanley and:theory departments: Evening worship . . 7:00 JEWELERS

upon us, despite our sinful ways. The royal couple along with the Sheila Austin, Michael Graham Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor EXPEHT WATCH AND
Does the Bible actually foretell seniors and Juniors of the kinder Amy Donaldson Helen Deacon Fred William, reporter CLOCK REPAIRS
the physical end of the world? marten, visited Crandon Park Zoo Hammond Bonnie Kassal, Chas. Last Sunday the pastor brought 40 Years In Ilofllnem
William Sears in his book. February 2, as their first educational Greenfield Vaughn and Allver us the message. It was very inspiring
"Thief in the Night" in which he outing for the year. They Page, Arthur Humes Edward and enjoyed by all. All work guaranteedFR
reV 04S his extensive study of Here cute in their school uniforms Gooding, Ian Kline, Jennifer Do_ Sunday the l ev. Adam J. KeLly 3-0152
II.. lcal prophesy and fullfllment .)f pink and blue. They were accompanied veaux, Wendell Graham, Ruth and his congregation will 303 N.W. 2nd Ave..N.N.N..NN.S..N..N. .
*. atea"My own study indicated by their teachers, visiting Clark, and Juanita Desbazlor. celebrate their anniversary at
mat the 'end of the world' parents and Mr. and Mrs. W. New Bethel. .............
mentioned. In Scripture was ob.vloully.symbolcally. J. (,;:01, supervisor and manager Special guests for the after. .-
noon are well known artist, pu. "'T:
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It refer.
was -Photo by Johnson of Miami
the peteers, Mrs. Llal Beer who will
ru to in some writings as
end 01 tile whirl' or the 'end of SATURDAY, FEB. :U present her puppets In a show, BARJUEY'S CUT-RATE STOREThe
the cycle' or the end of the and young Frederlch Well lab, al.

age." two Y M !MEMBERS ready mance In respected the Shakespeare for his perfor.Festival Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome

t Greek"'I found words that used there for world.were One DRIVE ON at the Ring Theatre of the 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376
University who will present two
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'kosmos, the other was
'aion.was Kosmoa means the ma. ( \'K YOUTH A sonnets and piano aolos. 888 Tonic ......,..................... 1.45' Special Angel Skin
terial world, and aion meant an RUNNING START The public is Invited to at Scott's Emulsion ................ 08 Hair Cream :2.50 size, 1.25

age or era. This phrase of 'end This was the message of En.theYMCA's tend this unique quality Conser. J,ax to no ................................ 1.1- Bleach A Glow Cream ........ 75
of the world' occurs seven times 1962 Membership vatory performance. plus tx
lii tilt New Testament. Aion is lollment which got underway, 7.20 ..>-..........................-. I'W' Old 07 Ilergamont

used each time, never kosmos. last Monday night with a kick. Lanolin Plus lair Groom .,.?......_..?.? .50

When the dkciples of Christ ask- off dinner, the Ao place to go on Monday Liquid ........................ 1.75' Old 07 PreMitfg 011 ........ ..05loz.
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Christ Bays, "So shall taliunent
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To me, in this day, the end of making substantial reports were
the world means the end of the George W. Kilpatrick, Rev. LINCOLN FIELDS
world of hate and prejudice of Henry C. McDowell and Nelson
wars and threats of wars of Adams.Mr. .
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I .,. Otto and Albert Brookins and
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Francis
several other. relatives and friends

CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS MR. BRUCE MANNA, of 1656 *

K N.W. 6th Ct, died, at Jackson Memorial MR. ESSIE CURRY, of 1515 N.W.
Hospital on Feb. 16. Funeral 2nd Ave., died at Veteran's
-
services were held in the Hospital on Feb. 18. Remains were
I Chapel on Wed.,. Feb. 21 at 2 p.m. to New York City on
shipped
f!, CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn Richardson with Father Theodore R. Gibson ;' Thurs Feb. 22 at 9 a.m. for final

The Family of the Late Sad but Loving Memory of Our MRS IRENE GREEN CAMPBELL, father officiating., Mr. Survivors Edward Hanna include; mother his I' rites and burial. Survivors include

LUDIE BETIIAY :Darling Mother and Grandmother of 1324 N.W. 1st Ct., died at Mt. Mrs. Margaret Coakley Han- two sisters, Mrs. Aringnella Tel-
fair of Brooklyn N. Y., and Mrs.
; ,
who departed this life February 4, Sinai Hospital on Feb. 18, 1962, after ha; one daughter, Miss Mary Han- of Georgia
Evelyn Cutno Douglas, ,
1962, takes this method to expressour a long period of illness. She ha; three brothers, Edward Hanna, and several other relatives and
sincere thanks and appreciation leaves to mourn two daughters, Jr., Herbert Hanna and Carl Hanna
.
for the many kind gestures of Mrs. Mamie Lewis and Mrs. Bar ; three aunts, Miss Bernice Fowler friends. .
sympathy shown us during our M bara White; one grandson, Jerome Miss Lula Fowler and Mrs.

?'hours of bereavement. Thanks for Lewis; two brothers, Clarance and Priscilla Whyms of Nassau, Bahamas MRS. LILLIAN WILLIAMS, of
'the cards, telegrams (and floral Alton Campbell; a son-in-law, Cain and other relatives 3833 Grand Ave., Coconut Grove,
pieces. Special thanks to Elder Lewis; a friend, Mr. Lewis Green. was DOA at Mercy Hospital on

Cooper, Elder Grace and membersof Funeral services! were held on MR. CLARENCE BROOKINS, of Feb. 21. Mrs. Williams was a l longtime
Church of God in Christ ot Thurs., Feb. 22, at Mt. Olivette 542 N.W,12th St., died at his homeon resident of Coconut Grove.
Brownsville; Elder Cohen and Baptist Church at 4 p.m. with Rev. Feb. 19. Funeral services will Funeral arrangements at 'this time

members of Miami Temple; Rev. I. C. Mickens officiating. The be held at Francis Funeral Home art incomplete. Survivors include

: 0. E. Turner and members of Allen body of Mrs. Green was shippedto Chapel on Sat, Feb. 24 at 2 p.mL her husband, Rev. James Williams,
'Chapel A.M.E., Rev. R. II. Johnsonof Saploe Island, Georgia, for in- Kemains will lie in repose at Francis threw daughters, Mrs. Mildred

A.M.E. and to Range Funeral terment. .. Funeral Home Chapel beginning 6 Walker, Mrs. Florence Daniels and
Home for their efficient service. x p.m. on Friday until funeral timeon Mrs. Quyline Gardiner; one son,
MARIE BETHAY, wife, MR. LUTHER HOUSTON, of Saturday afternoon. Survivors Mr Frann Turner; one brother,
i Four Daughters, Homestead, died at his home on include his wife, Mrs. Lillie Bell Mr. Ozie Johnson of Detroit, Michi

Four Sons. Feb. 17. He leaves to mourn a Brookins; mother, Mrs. Annie gan; 10 nieces, three nephews anda
y..' devoted wife, Mrs. Sallie J. Houston Brookins; one daughter, Miss Jo host of other relatives and

i t ; three daughters, Mrs. Levina Ann Brookins; one sister, Mrs. friends.
Robinson Mrs. Villious Nurse of .
IN MEMORIAM Lovett Gibson; three brothers, Joe,
New York and Mrs. Dorothy Lewis;
In Sad but Loving Memory of four sons, Mr, Tommie Houston, HAROLD BROOKER, five-month-
II Our Dear Sister Mr. Willie Houston, Mr. Luther old son of Mr. and Mrs. James
hurst; and Mr Leroy Gaiter. Funeral of N.W. 10th St.
Houston, Jr., and Mr. Theodore Brooker, 162 ,
Houston services were held Fri., Feb. died Jackson Memorial Hospital -
Houston; a father, Mr. Jack at
; two brothers, Jack and Robert 21 at the Chapel with Rev. Emory on Feb. 14. Graveside serviceswere

er :MRS GRACIE EDDEN KNOWLESwho Houston of New York City, and a Jackson officiating. The body of held on Feb. 21.
4 11 departed this life February 25, host of grandchildren. Funeral Mr. Walker was shipped to the .
1951. services will be held on Sat., Feb. V. A. Cemetery in Bay Pines,

No chilling wind nor poisonous 24, at Covenant Baptist Church in Florida. BABY GIRL ANDREWS, daughter:
breath Homestead at 1 pm. with Rev. P. of Mr and Mrs. Oliver Andrews, of

Can reach that healthful shore; J. Curry officiating. The body of MRS\ MABEL K. WILLIAMSON, 6950 N.W. 8th Ave., was stillbornat

Sickness and sorrow, pain and Mr. Houston will lie in;repose at the of 2161 N.W. 56th St., died at Jackson Memorial Hospital on
death, Church: from 9 a.m. Saturday until Jackson Memorial Hospital on Feb. Feb. 16. Graveside services were
Vre felt and feared no more. funeral time Saturday afternoon. 19. She leaves to mourn a son and held on Feb. 20.

Sadly missed daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ro-
MRS. BERTHA K. LEWIS, bert Dallas. Funeral services are
MR. JAMES TROY WALKER, ol
incomplete at this time. Albert
Daughter; 356-a NW. 14th St., died at the .

MRS.Daughter IDA ;K. SIDNEY, V. A. Hospital in Coral Gables on MRS HAZEL LOUISE SINGLE. VICTOR LEE PAIGE, two-month-

GRACIE ANN, Granddaughter. r'cb. 16. He leaves to mourn a TON, of 178 N.W. 17th St., died at old son of Mr. and Mrs. John L.i'aige .
stepdaughter, Mrs. June White 1212 N.W. 1st Pl., on Feb. 21. She of Princeton, died Feb. 13.
hurst; a son-in-law, Mr H. Gaiter; leaves to mourn a husband, Mr. Chapel services were held at 11
IN MEMORIAM' a stepfather, Mr. Joseph White Alfonso Singleton; her mother and a.m. Feb 17 with burial in Para

In Loving Memory of our lather, Mr. and Mrs. Tom, and dise.
Dear Aunt and Sister f'ercitta Newbolds, a daughter. Funeral a .

SADIE HICKS DOYLEY A Letter of Gratitude arrangements are incompleteat I
this time. MRS. LULA MAE\ GRAMPUS\ of
who departed this life February 28, 934 N.W. 1st Ave., expired Feb. 14
1961. This is an expression of gratitudeto :"
in Jackson Memorial. She is surffyived
ELLEN JORDAN Gone but not forgotten, our many friends for their gilts
'
sister Mrs. Sarah Wood-
by a ,
who departed this life February 5, Sleep on and take your rest. and other kindness during the sickness Range a and of Philadelphia, Pa 'Arrange
1958. Sadly mised by and death of my wife "Willet-
ta Bennett. I shall always remember MRS GEORGIA NIX, of 1614 N.W ments are incomplete.
Gone but not forgotten; CHERRY, Niece; .
1st PL, died Feb. 14 at relative's
a
these kindnesses which
she rest in DOLPIIY, Nephew
May peace. ;
,. home in Locka. She is
Opa
CATHERINE DAVIS, Sister SYBIL, Sister; gave me some consolation and sur !MRS ESTELLA WILLIAMS, Beau
comfort in the time of great dis vived by a brother, Mr.Sam Flagg;
and FAMILY. CHARLIE, Brother. tician for many years and a native
tress. May God bless and keep a nephew, Mr. Adam Carter; a Miamian who resided at 14220

each one of you is my sincere wish. niece, Mrs. Mary Hamlett; two cou Madison St., Richmond Heights,
IN MEMORIAMIn sins, Bertha Anderson and Nellie
Gratefully yours,
IN MEMORIAMIn died suddenly in her home Feb. 15.
Gillard and other relatives and
BENNETT. ;
R. H.
Services conducted Feb. 21 at
Sad but Loving Memory of Our were
friends. Funeral services
Memory of the Late Dear Mother and Grandmother were Martin Memorial AME Church,
held Thursday at Mt. Sinai Baptist
"t ,- Rev. L. R. Brown Pastor. Surviving -
&. W' ",'ak ,
LiIrl "f.-- -1i ;; 1'1 '''\ -' Church, Rev Polite officiating.
IN MEMORIAMIn
Mrs. Geneva
are a stepmother,
r1 l' .
Webb five nieces including Mrs.
,
I Loving Memory of Our Dear .. ,..... .........-...---,-'""- Mildred; Brown and nephew,
Mother Grandmother and ; ,-S: ..,. one
: ./
Mr, Hosea Barnwell.
,
"
; Great Grandmother ", / }. .
MRS HANNAH BEATRICE .
rd f.e4 f
A8r GIBSON I' MRS GENIA MAE COOPER, of
who departed this life February 21, 1131 N.W. 47th St. passed away in
1950.: Jackson Memorial Hospital Feb.
i < Sleep on Dear Mother : l 15. A member of Triumph Church

And take your rest, : where Rev. II. Williams is pastor,
We all love you, she is survived by a cousin, Mr
But God loves you best.' k $ Richard Cooper as well as several
Daughters and Granddaughters other relatives. Arrangements are
MRS. MARIE G. SMITH incomplete.
k MRS. RITA KING .
MRS. FRANCES PORTER

MRS. JACQUELYN L. INFANT PRYOR was stillborn un
COLLIER w' to Mrs. E. M. Pryor of 2000 Bunche

MRS. THERESA G. TAYLOR Park in Jackson Hospital Feb. 16

SAMUEL TAYLOR ISRAEL, and was laid to rest Feb. 21.
.
PATRICIA, and ARTHUR
COLLIER III.IN .
MR. HARRISON THOMAS, well
,
1 1+ ," known Miamian for more than 30
$i & [W )'G ;;f$ years died in Jackson Memorial
------- I MEMORIAMIn I fit bJ '
I MRS. MATTIE CIIARLOW SMITH MRS. EMILY IIE1' URN Hospital{ Feb. 17. lie resided at

7 who died February 26, I960. who departed this life February 22, Sad but Loving Memory of my f'!. '"\"'/: '.''... 1824 N.W.' 64th St. and is survivedby
t' 1948. Dear Daughter and Husband =;: three sisters and three brothers.
she in
May rest peace. Gone but not forgotten.May SYBIL LOUISE JOHNSON MRS. WINNIE LUCKIE, of 6508 Funeral" services were conductedIn
"Around the throne of God band
a ,, she rest in and the Chapel Feb. 22 with Rev. IL
\ peace may N.W.18th Ave., a resident of Miami
Of bright and glorious Angels JOHNSON
'f stand, light perpetual shine upon her. JAMES for some 36 years, died Feb. 17 at C. Samuels officiating.. .
Sweet harps within their hands Seven Daughters, who departed this life February 24, her residence. She is survived by
hold Four Sons andTwenty.One 1942, and February 27, 19 7. her husband, Mr. Eugene G. Luck. MR. OTIS MCDONALD\ of 10603
they Grandchildren and smiling ie foster Willie S.W. 184th St., Perrine died in
: Their charming ways ; a son, J. Luckie;
And their heads of
on" are crowns faces are a pleasure to recall. a daughter, Cleomie Luckie; three Kendall Hospital Feb. 19. lie is
gold.
; HENRY "FOX" SMITH Husband IN MEMORIAMIn Their memories are still with us brothers, Freddie and Langston survived by his widow, Mrs. Arelia
JUSTINA and we miss them more and more. Rollins of New York, and Eddie McDonald 'tind other relatives.
McGHEE
i HENRY L. McGHEE, ,Daughter Grandson Sad but Loving Memory of May they rest in peace and may Rollins of Miami; four nephews Chapel services will be conducted
RODERICK McGHEE Grandson Our Dear Aunt light perpetual shine upon them. three nieces and other relativesand Saturday, 10 a.m., with burial In
t, LIVINGSTON CIIARLOW MRS CARRIE SMITH ESTHER E JOHNSON, friends. Funeral services will Paradise.
Sr.
Father who died on February 24, 1960 Mother and Wife be held Sat., Feb. 24, 1 p.m. at Mt. *
I
r LIVINGSTON CIIARLOW Jr. Gone but not forgotten; PAULINE E. WOODS, Sinai Baptist Church, Rev. Harrison MRS. MARIE CULPEPPER, of
Brother May she rest in peace. Sister and Daughter, officiating. 1318 N.W. 70th St. died in Jack

HERBERT CHARLOW Brother MRS. LILLIE MAE JOHNSON, ELLA JEAN SMITH,.. son Hospital Feb. 21 following an

HUGIIIE CIIARLOW, ,Brother Niece; Niece and Grand GEORGE WILKINS, Jr. of 1828 extended period of illness. Her
FEMISHA KNOWLES, Sister LAURA MAE JOHNSON, Niece; daughter. N.W. 68th Ter., died Feb. 18 at survivors include her husband, Mr.
VERA HIGGS Sister RAYMOND JOHNSON, Nephew; Jackson Memorial Hospital He is Leroy Culpepper and mother, Mrs.

LEOLA WADE, Sister MRS. BEATRICE GIPSON, survived by his mother, Mrs. Jose- Cora Roundtree. Arrangementsare

LILA ROBINSON, Aunt Niece; '. IN I MEMORIAMIn I phine Campbell; his father, Mr. Incomplete.
EDITH SAWYER, Aunt. MR. HERBERT BURGESS, George Wilkins Sr.; his stepmother
Nephew. Memory of Our Loved One Mrs. Tina Mickens; his grand

MRS BERTHA STURRUPwho mother, Mrs. Rebecca Mickens; a 71st St, died Feb. 20 at Jackson

IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn departed to be with the Lord brother, Roger Campbell; three Memorial Hospital. He is survivedby
February 20, 1960. aunts, several cousins, and other his wife, Mrs. Millicent Culmer;

Sad but Loving Memory of Sad but Loving Memory of When the weary ones we love, relatives and friends. Funeral ser a daughter, Sarah Culmer; a son,
Our Dear Wife and Mother Our Dear Brother Enter on their rest above; I vices are scheduled for Sat, 4 p.m., Allen Culmer; several nieces and
\ ORETA STRACIIAN IKE CARNEGIEwho When their words of love and cheer, Feb. 24 at Mt Tabor Baptist nephews, and a host of other rela

'who departed this life February 21, departed this life February 26, Fall no longer on our ear, Church, Rev. P. S. Brown, Pastor tives and friends. Funeral services -
1953. 1954. Hush! be murmur dumb; officiating. will be held Saturday, Feb.
"4 Gone but not forgotten. He is gone but not forgotten. It is only till He come. I I 24, 4:30: p.m., Ebenezer Methodist

THE STRACHAN FAMILY THE CARNEGIE FAMILY. THE FAMILY. TIMOTHY CULMER, of 1760 N.W.I Church, Rev. A. D. Hall, officiating.I .





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facilities. ; sun deck, Ideal corner home. Low the Excelsior $150 DOWN
NE 36203. FIIA terms. Call Ora D. Taylor Wayindf
Renovated furnished/ Realty, 4208 NW 7th Av., Ph. NOT FHA NO QUALIFYING NO CLOSING
NEWLY or
unfurnished apts. in""the Opa 769.6221.r ._ COSTS

Locka area near church, school SEE 1050 NW 47th St. CBS 3 Tiled roof 2 Tiled baths can be used for home

and shopping center. Call Mick bedroom, large modern kitchen, FOR SALE and income Total price $12,500
Ins Rental Agency. NE 40500. wood floors, sun porch, large
,7401 NW 11th AVE.
Indt yard with barbecue pit and 1744 NW 48th St.
-- Bchrubbery. 'deaL home. Ora D. i :New 4-bedroom, 2 bath Will take lot old house in' trade
or
4 bedrooms, 2 baths,
HOUSE. Taylor Realty, 5208 NW 7th I home corner lot all modern
$25 weekly Furnished or unfur Ave.. phone 759.5221. Owner: NE 3.2664 or HI 4.0353
nished. Also 1 bedroom apts. features. Low down pay-

Adults only 137 NW 25th St 1451 N.W 41st STREET. See to- ment.
Phone: Day FR 7-2196. Eve. FR :lay. $9,990 total. C.B.S. Bargain, Open Sunday 1.5 ... 1
9-3530.. Feb24 roll-to-wall carpets, $65 mo. pays MO 5-6870

3-BEDROOMS, Fla. room, glass 644 ill, $300 N.W.down.62nd St.Ben-Kori Nites PL, Realtor 9-5533,, .oI.J.. ... W'-' U J Work In New York
porch. $25. week Also 4 room days OX 19372.
house, both $15 week. Light, y Delray Beach Area
w\ter free. 2220 NW 61st st. MU

1.5740. F23 We will INCOMK be glad TAX to TIME help you! file Several miles from downtown Maids, and Mother's Helpers, Cooks ;

your income tax, long or short section Near Boca
ROOM Prefer nice intelligen! form. Come to Fenster Realty, Raton College site. Housekeepers Etc. i
working single man. Nice area 1260 !NW 62nd 6t. Ask for ,
close to bus and jitney. NE 4-6310 Harold indf Lots 70 x 140. $2,000. $10 .

down, $10 monthly. Water
EXTRA LARGE furnished room 2-BEiDROOM house, 1136 NW
for nice Couple with or without 1 or 67th st. Close to Holmes Elem. front lots. Excellent Live-in ''Positions, Year Round
2 small children. Single] man. 1831 Call OX 13625. $3,000 to $4,000

N.W. 49th St. NE 38746. 100 ft. on water. $15 down, Private Homes
SMALL 2 bedroom house. Small $15 month.
LOOKING for a furnished room per
down payment or no down pay.
\'ih i! cooking privileges in clean, ment depending on reliability of Business Lots TOP SALARIESAll
quiet place? Call OX 14864. buyer. Call PL 7-2226 after 4 On Military Trail. $100

P.m. Indf per ft. $20 down. $20 per Jobs GuaranteedFree
ROOM Lovely] neighborhood,
homelike month. Write or phone.
privileges and atmos
LOVELY 2-bedroom CBS near
phere. Block to bus, jitney and Medical!
church, school, park, buses. Oak
Gordon
store. Phone 634-6310. floors, air conditioning, carporte Harry NO DEPOSITI!
utility patio, fruit trees. 1022 5727 Alton Road

Free FURNISHED water and efficiency lights. apartment.709 N.W NW 48th St. Miami Beach, Fla. NO REGISTRATION I II

65th St. PL 7-9594 or OX 1-6073 UN 6-5106 TRANSPORTATION ADVANCED!
FOR 'COUPLE or retired persons.
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3-BEDROOM HOUSE, all private i Duplex deluxe in Allapattah area. I TAPE
RED
One aide furnished, the other DROP IN PHONE OR WRITE. NO
rooms, conveniently located in
rented. Live Bide
Liberty City. 1319 N.W. 68th St now on one DOWN MONTH
$50 $50
rent the other, $22 per week Ex.
tra large bedrooms, Hiring, din.
LARGE ROOM for work need work. WORLDWIDEEMPLOYMENT
storage or Ing bath, kitchen and utility. 2 bedrooms,
shop., also Hollywood bed for sale
Beauty, service and Income. Pall Near NW 54th St. See to-
$20. Tropical Inn, 921 N.W. 62nd St
Ora D. Taylor Realty, 4208 NW day.
7th ave., 759-5221.
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EDROOM HOUSE near shop.p AGENCY

ng Reasonable] 1270 N.W. 55th 1431 N.W. 42nd STREET. Drive by -0-

Street.;. this 3-bedroom CBS bargain, completely $290 CASH $75 MONTH 1307 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 3-5755
fenced, awnings, bar-bq pit,
FURNISHED EFFICIENCY UNIT MOO down. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 2644 Nice 2 bedroom with Floridaroom ".. -- ",
1 lf'2.9 .N.W. 50th St. NE 41263. rr.W, 62nd St. Nites PL 9-5533, stove and .
carporte ,
days OX 19372. ,'
LARGE ROOM in quiet home $10 refrigerator. Near NW 46th SEE THESE BEAUTIFUL
week. Men only. 1012 N.W. 75thSt.
2 HOUSES on 'big key lot front
PL 84925. St. Call to see.DOCTORS .
I 3 bedrooms, Fla. room, glass '
man'' porch. Rear 5 I'oombath all lo .. .
ROOM for a nice lady or at Homes For Sale
Out of town
5710 N.W. 19th Ave. NE 4-8495. good; shape. ownerat
2220-22 NW 61st St. On Sat- LAWYERS
2 baths urday will arrange very good \
4 BEDROOMS, 2 kitchens, TEACHERSDoll
Hot and cold water efficient. E. terms. MU 1-6740. F23 OPEN SUNDAY FOR YOUR INSPECTION '

Picard Real Estate Management, FOR SALE OR RENT House 2-6 P.M.
569 N.W. 8th St. .
LARGE 2-bcdroom home, partly $990 DOWN $86 MONTH .,
Private furnished. Corner N.W. 23rd Ave. .
OUTSIDE ROOM for man.
and 47th St. NE 5.4940.ANNOUNCEMENT. and
Just bring yourself
bath Home privileges.
and entrance. 1450 NW 42nd ST. '.
NE 55283. 1860 N.W. 47th St. move in. Completely and

invited to free snacks at furnished. An ONLY $450 DOWN $62 MONTH;
2-BEDROOM unfurnished apart YOU are nicely unusu '
ment. 1980 N.W. 55th St. NE 39908. beautiful Tropical Inn. Served by CBS home. Near NW I 4-bedroom CBS, wood floors, screen porch, wall to'
3-BEDROOM house, all private, Sam Cookie Helen 921 N.W. al wall carpet and drape
furnished rooms conveniently lo 62nd St. 46th St.

cated St.in Liberty City/ 1319 NW.68th CHILD CARE 744 NW 43rd St..

.eNEW WILL GIVE room and board to
2-bedroom apartment. Desirable middle aged or elderly lady for We arrange financing also CBS like new, modern built-in kitchen, central heat,

: ] location. Phone 6346214. :hild care. OX 6-2421 or PL 4- 638. awnings, hardwood floors, laundry rooms, carport

1-BEDROOM In private home:Nicely HELP WANTED TRIO REALTY Low low FHA terms

) furnished very quiet. 2491 N.W. MAN or WOMAN to manage fully .
S9th St. Call NE 4-9994 after 5 p.m. furnished, new rooming house in 801 NW 54th St. PRICE REDUCED
.. :downtown: Miami.' JEt 1-3184 or
. 1424 NW 55th TERR.CBS .
Cottages FR 1.1905. .
furnished.
ROOM water PL 9-8372 PL 9-5455

310 FR 72902.IBEDROOM weekly]. 569 N.W. 8th St WANTED home and income apartment. Only $390 dow: .

WAITRESSES. Come in for inter- NE 58745p Full price $9750. Low monthly payments. Large Fla.

house all utilities are view 8 p.m. Liberty City Restaurant room, tile bath. Best neighborhood. Near everything.
furnished. Call E. Picard Rental 1500 N.W. 62nd St.
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FOR SALE TV Service Calls $1.50 ATTENTION BUILDERSSpecial


HOUSEHOLD GOODS. 1 dining very nice CBS home with 2 extra LOTS.

room set, 8 chairs. buffet. Maytag ALL MAKES-ALL MODELS PLUS PARTS Priced to sell. Call Harry Denny for this good deal.
wringer washer. Redwood bar-bq
table, 2 benches. Miscellaneous. LARRY'S T.V. .
1070 48th St., Miami.
N.W.
WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS Action Realty Inc.

WELL ESTABLISHED Ice Routein RADIOS, HI-FI AND STEREO REPAIRSWe

homes.N.W. section Route averages with or without$175 per 2 Sell Used TVs on Credit '253 NW 79th St. PL 7-454f

week. Must have collateral. For 1551 N.W. 62nd' Street OX 1-8024

appointment write P.O. Box 302, ... r ...f.... I
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HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS I PAGE 14 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1962


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FLORAL HEIGHTS CARVER BRANCH
PTA ESTEEMS NORTH DADE HIGH
MEMBERS P T A
The regular monthly
OFFERS JUDOEXHIBITION
STATE PRINCIPAL The homeroom basketball tour meeting was held Tuesday, Feb
ATTEND nament came to a close: on Fri 13. The theme of thus meetingwas
day Feb. 16th with the following "New Trends In Teaching".
WYCHE AT
CONFABPresently homerooms as Champs. 7-2 girls, Tha second, third and fourth
7-8 boys, 8-8 girls, 8-8 boya, 9.6 Grade teachers a demon. The general public will have
attending the state FOUNDERSOBSERVANCE girls, 9.7 boys, 11.2 boys, 10.1 stration as to gave new trends in the opportunity of seeing for the
conference of th& Parent-Teacher boys and 12.6 boys. We the Re. teaching arithmetic.The first time In this' community, the
ors Association In West Palm creation Staff wish to congratulate art and advantage of Judo offered .
Beach, Feb 22-24, are four all homeroom winners for door prize donated by Mrs. by the George Washington
members of the North Dade High A beautiful and inspiring such great performance.On Ruth Smith was won by Mrs. Carver Branch YMCA Sunday at
Aaoclation: Mr. Anthony L. candlelight ceremony highlightedthe Eloise Thompson. 4:00: p.m. on the basketball court
Mrs. Lois annual Founders Day observance Saturday Feb. 17th the of the Branch.
Simons, president; The Attendance Banner was Carver
Contest held and
Throwing
of the North Dade PTA was
Newbold, Mrs. Agnes McCoy and re-captured by Mr. R. Leverlty of John J. Brantly, instructor will
principal Charles D. Wyche was here are the results of all throw! .
Miss Wallis Hamm.Mr. 'the Fifth Grade from Mr. W. use the ekills of Willie Clark
last Thursday night, Feb. 15, as Football, Holley Bernard, first
Turner also of the Fifth Grade. who has been active in Judo
Simons is urging all members hailed as being one of the chief Terry, T C. second and Player,
to attend the William was third. Basketba'l, since 1956 during which timE! he
of Miami Chapter exponents in the founding of The University of Miami String ,
the Saturday morning sessions in North Dade Association. Saunders, James first, Bethel, Quartet directed by Victor Stern no IVLI.) his training from Brant
order that they might exercise William second and Young, gave the children a real treat ley.
their voting powers. Presented with a self-portrait Henry third. Softball, Phllllpe, Tuesday morning Feb. 20, when According to Franklin D. Ross,
approximately 16 inches by 24 Leonard first, Phillips, Leon they performed here at our program director, "John Brant.
inches, Mr. Wyche re.affirn.ed his second and Carey, Ronald came school. is serving as Instructor of Judoat
DUNBAR ELEMENTARYSaturday position as he assuredly stated, In third. the branch for all interested
"I am only a proud servanthereto The PTA is sponsoring a Pa. individuals."
was a busy day for help whenever I'm needed" The Recreation Departmentat rent.Pupli Banquet on Friday, Classes will commence Feb.
Dunbar. Mr. Cook took a groupof North Dade Is sponsoring aa March 16, 1962 at 8:00:: p.m. All 26, at 7 p.m. for persons of 9
4th Grade children to a per Giving the history of the Adult basketball league star''t' :g parents, pupils and teachers are years of age through 70 years of
formance of The Golden Goose organization waa Mrs. Agnes Mc. Feb. 21st at 7:30: having two urged to come out and help age. Any persons deslri ous of
given by the Penquln Players at Coy who has served the PTA as games per-nlght. Starting March1st make this a grand affair. Mrs additional information may call
Jordan Marsh Store. The children president for four yearsthefirst the league teams will play OX 6.0231 or visit the Carver
were Phillip Cain, Althea four years of its existence. every Thursday night. These are Marie Huff is president of our Branch at 5770 NW 15th ave.
Jackson, Even Pringley Juanila the teams in the league: Barns PTA. Tickets tor the banquet are The exhibition Sunday at 1p
Rolle, Margaret Rolle, Barry Roberts Master of Ceremonies was Mr. Funeral Home In Coconut Grove, 1.00 for adults and $.50 for .m. is free of charge and is be.
and Earl Williams, Anthony L. Simons president of Miami Warriors in Liberty City, children. ing conducted primarily to ac
this year's Association, who pre. Rancheros in West Hollywood, quaint the general public with
Dunbar members of Intermediate sented Mr. Wyche the self-por Miami Knights in Miami, North many of the advantages offered
Girl Scout Troop No. 377 trait to be hung in the vicinity of Dade High Boosters in Opa Home vs Miami Knights Thurs. in Judo.
helped to swell the number to 30 the main offices to serve as a re. Locka, The Derbys in Browns
when they joined with other minder to all who enter that ville, Rangoes In Liberty City, vs day The March Derbys 1st and the Rangoes Rancheros .............................................
Girl Scouts in the Dedication Ceremony "North Dade's past and future Hard Rocks in Miami, and The Hardrocks All will start vs
held commemorating th* own a great deal to the guide- Kempsonlans in Liberty City. 7:30: a.m. Come game out and Brownsville
50th anniversary of Girl Scout- ance and love of this belovedman. Here is the schedule for the first the games. enjoy
Ing. Cleo George now a 7lh .IIOthu'8 four games. Feb. 21st th Miami Corporationis
Crader at Booker T. WashingtonHigh Warriors vs North Dade High Mrs. H. N. Byrd, reporterand
School was one of the (flag on the program were Boosters and Bain's Funeral
bearers. Leaders Laura Bethel, Mrs. Dorsey, Mrs.\ L. Moncur, The Recreation StaffV3'U now open for business.
Culver and Sarah Miller Mrs. 0. Sweeting, and members
Cora
I' ) Buying anything of value
gtris.' of the North Dade English Je. ,
accompained our
I'I' partment. property, contracts, equity,
Mrs. Laura Bethel, G. A. NEED '"
Bethel Sarah Miller Mrs. Do- CASH ? mortgages, buildings, tax
rothy Ward, Etheline Evans and Legion AppealsThe fft sale certificate.
James, Kirnes accompanied Mrs. I 1st and 2nd Mortgage Loans

Hawkins, Curriculum Assistantto American Legion, William OGet $1,000, $1,500, $2,000 or more today LEND OR ADVANCE
Kensington Park Elementary Henry Bethel Post 281 is urgingall #
School on Monday to observe a Veterans to join us in our WE BUY LOTS AND HOMES -CALL MONEY

Reading Denuncfutlon. tirlve toward the strength and W. Ronald I. Baron (Also repairing)

Michael Hamilton, S an .1 r a progress of our community.For J E 2.4343
Mortgage Broker
Holmes, Patricia Ingraham, Debra W. m EVERYTHING IS
further information con. 229
Johnson, Linda Kelly and Henry SUNNY ISLE HLVD r g CONFIDENTIALCall
tact Joseph Steward, post com MIAMI
Rutledge will have leading role mander, 14660 Filmore St., or fRo REACH Iff3j66 ( ).
in the play being readied for the Edward Hanna Jr., at 14980 Ty. 691-5851
Annual Drama Festival! sponsor> ler St. or Murray James Jr. at f/) $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ ,$ $ $ $ .
a ed by the ACEI local chapter. No 14380 Carver Drive. ...............................................

date has been set for: the area ..-,
contests, but a date will be arranged -

March. for the latter part of SEE THE WORLD'SGREAT For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call

SPIRITUALAND
We felt proud of the fact thata PSYCHIC READER
former Dunbar pupil, Theodore
Gibson, Jr. was awarded: a certificate BISHOP HUNTERIf
at the Annual Brother BONDEDRENTAL
yon are sick or worried, don'tfail
hood Banquet for special work
in fostering better Human Re. to see me today. Office hours
lations. dally 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Thursday '

1 p.m. ,to 0 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m.
Mrs. Laura Bethel made an In
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terceting report of the meeting p.m.
held on last Thursday of the or. READINGS u'
ganlzations of worlcara with I ,. .

Giflted. Children. Iin.00

Mrs. Althea Sample, a FAMU up c .
Music Major is with us this week AGENCY INC.

substituting for our itlh ailing 5417 SW 17 St. v ,
Music Teacher, Mr Gates whoIs a
b
now a victim of the virus.. WESTiOLLYWOOD

Mrs. Florence Young is also The largest collection and rental

with us in the place of Mrs. "'I.A.UOlj1.. HUNTER
Anne Smith ETV Aide who is ti, ,1 agency in the South; operating in
confined to Mercy Hospital. S1DIIIIlf.-: .

Dade and Broward Counties'


Have a Lifetime Profession L. L. HROOKS Negro Housing area.


'Care-Craft' School for Nurse's Aids OwnerMANAGING

AND MAINTAINING ,MORE THAN
1711 West Flagler Street
10,000 ,HOUSING UNITS
FR 9-7357

New classes forming each week. Ten weeks course Bonded also has FREE employment service for

Day or evening classes Bonded's Tenants, at main office, 4150 NW 7th Ave.

REGISTER NOW

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Service Calls I 11G3 N.W. Sri A ITS. -,,,? FR 3.8413 17325: IIOUESTEAD AVE

j TV PL 1-8381 $1 w 5 0 ( 1075 N.W. 62nd ST. _?.....,.,'OX 1-4428 Perrlne ,,,?,,. CB 5.8553

New Brownie flash camera $6.50 1010 N.W. nth ST.

8801 GRAND AVE. ?.?.._ in 5-1881 Ft. Lauderdale
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....... JA 4.3357
Repair and sell TV's, radios and hi-fis,. *
4240 N.W. 27th AVE. w_MNE 5-84841 330 IIAMMOXDVILLE! RD.
Also electric heaters $6.00
new Pompnnn ..__.,... WE 8-8235
ALL OUR SALES AND REPAIRS GUARANTEED 2000 N.W. 75th RT. ,?.-.. PL 8.9827
FREE DELIVERY J4JM5 N.W. 22nd AVE.Opa .

i 2000 N.W. 8rd CT. ?.?._... FR 1-8005 Lock _.__.. MU 80817
i Know your TV 'man and save money

MAIN OFFICE
: JOE SCOTT

I 923 N.W. 62nd Street PL 18381I 4150 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 9873319't

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When you leave the Dog at THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
135th Anni ary of Negro
Hollywood Kennel Club PAGE 16 SATURDAY FEBRUARY 24, 1962Brand
( Stop in at the '
Press to be. served :

:--'t cat representatives An 'outstanding educator or I Paradise Club
Negro press are preparing 'journalist will speak briefly on: New Homes !
celebration of the -ot..i'' the Negro press. Local citizens 1515 S.W. 12th Ave.
and thirty-fifth will be cited for outstanding civic
the journalistic venture contributions. Dania
Negro who in 1827 bean to pu.lldze .: Save Money !
.' his activities aspr Watch the Miami Times for de :
tions and inspirations as tQ* fre' velopments on what is being doneto WA 3'9255 Owner at 1430 N.W. 59th St.
man to become a first claw and make Negro Press celebrations -
respected citizen in a flew' land an outstanding event in ; 3-BEDROOMS 2 BATHS FLA. ROOM
with a different culture than. ale community activities for, 1962. AAron PrIdgen Open Sunday 2-5 p.m.
African background. I Citizens of the entire State of 19 Bartender 2161 N.W. 59th Street
The week of March 18-24 is the Florida are asked to join in the DUPLEX GOOD INCOME 811 NW 57th St.
time set by the National Newspaper. activities and get in touch with Bonnie Watson
Publishers Association foe, Iho Garth Reeves, editor of the Miami Barmaid Lots for sale Will build to orderS.
annual celebration and Times and participate in the plan.
many
cities and states are reporting ning of .all the proposed activi BARON JE 8-1340 JE 2-4343
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elaborate celebration act1vitl s ties. I Gregg Manager I ..' 'I/!" -: '.
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plans for an awards banquet.that CLYDE KILLENS'
'will not only praise the Negro
.' ,press for a job well done, but
: -also salute representatives of thQ
;: local dailies for their efforts in : '
KN IGHT SEA T ..
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: ,citizens and for its generally good
: forthright and unbiased report
,.w ing when Negroes are Invlved.1"( Proudly DOES IT AGAINThe "'\\ \ : \' \\ "
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high schools for the best f f r / wj
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and reportorial efforts in their '' .
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radio per sonallty of Station OTHER BROTHERS
WMDM, who recently returned n E. LOIS FOREMAN
from Tampa; where (he did a
bang-up job as dlrec
.. tor of Station WRDD program".nadlo..nt ..*. CANADIAN RECORDING STARS ,,
':-. [(, Deeat," which Is a; sister' .. Direct from.Montreal, Canada Sensational Sweet Singer
)ta Ion to WMBM Hanna now '
baldover; ;' ;WMIUI 11t':!UJO' l: '. :. ; ., -PlusHOT PAPA TURNER, & ,HIS FAMILY-;:': .* .::{ jSI
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to 6:1T: p.m., and FRANKIE AND JOHNNIE"
qn Sunday from 2 to 6:15: p.m.
doing his brand _
new show
.."Fred Hann,',' Rocket Ship' \t\ rl. / n
you haven't already heard him t Fri.T Sat Sunday February 23 24 ;and 25:

the be sure talk to of the do *town.o today '!-..'If'*S'* j .

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addition tohis) work pit the
air Hanna also serves a# pro Admission Friday and Sunday $1.25 Sat. $1.50 ,
motion. manager of th .'
samestation 1".. ..
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$|Qulnella not clicking? Stop by .,
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