The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: March 3, 1962
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00306

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YEAR, NO. 31 .. '" MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1962 S16 PAGES... JO Cents
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I Mental Patient' Captured

After Knife ThreatsEdgar 94 1R

Lee Covln! to 26, of
29.31 NW 61st ..t.. was captured
at gunpoint by Metro Police of DECISION ON
fleers at Und St. and; 27th ave.
at he hold a knife against the NEGRO COURTPOSTPONED
throat Of A 60-year-olJ therapist.

A patient at the South Florida
Mental Hospital! Covfu Lo.1 kid. y
Elliott J. Pieze
fidpped a doctor and flurae and Ily {1 a+
fohceM thSrn to drive him to Mi. The Miami City Commission
ain held a special hearing last Friday
night on the question of wheth. ,'
He first grabbed i(lMary er or not the local precinct court N
Ventura, the thertpisi about 9:30 should 'be abolished.Recently y 1r .
a.m. and held the knife to her a number of local'
neck. He told her "don t move persons had gope On record of Miamians Dominate Florida'
and I won't hurt you." favoring the abolishing of the The Governor's Committee on I

He told them "I want to go court. Quality Education desires Infor-
However at the hearing last A&M Football AwardsReceiving
home for my baby's birthday." whoI mation oh any aspect of t h eState's
of the
Friday none persons
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Or. Louis Ferrer, staff psychla.trlet favored the abolishing' of. the feet the quality' of education. trophies during' the trophy, Willie Clarlruto'i of Miami ..
offered to drive'b1m Home, I courtVwere presentf"All persons! After such information has been annual football banquet honoring who received the lineman of
and Covington climbed into the who were present were strong acquired, plans to perfect the the undefeated Florida A and M the year trophy, Jim Tullis of
back of the car still with) the ly in favor of keeping the courtin quality of education in the state. University Rattlers wero Emory Miami who received the most:
knife against Mrs. Ventura's operation for the best Interest To ascertain this Informationthe Collier, left( of Miami, who valuable! player trophy, Archie
throat. of the community.The committee invited a num. received the spor ,imnnshlp tro. I. William* of Miami received the''
Commission itself seemed ber of outstanding educators to phy award of the Tallahassee outstanding freshman of the
Hospital authorities notified to be somewhat divided on the address its meeting which was Quarterback Club and a trophyfor ;year trophy and Marlon Patter
Metro police who intercepted the matter with three members, definitely held on Friday, March 2. Senate being selected the outstand.Ing son, Miami received the snake1
car. favoring the continuing the Room, State Capitol in Tallahassee. all-round senior, Robert pit award which i. presented to
operation of the court, nod two .) Paremore of Tallahassee: who the outstanding non.varsity ('layer -
members apparently opposing it. Mrs. Ida T. Ratcliffe, dynamic I. received the baot-of-the-ycnr: ;..-AnndM photo by BeasleyMrs. .
Among speakers who address principal of Brownsville Junior ,
I MW ed the commission urging that High School was selected as one
the court be continued were; of the educators to address the
The Itev. John E. Culmer, committee. Dr. Doak S. Campbell BOY DROWNS
Charles A. Lockhart, Dr. I. P. made no mistake In inviting her
Davis, Atly James Rainwater, for it is certain that her qualifications
Captain Hallar of the local po. are ample Elght-yar-old Leroy Brooke
I lice precinct and //3gt. L. F. I drowned Wednesday afternoon
Bowen of the policeforce. in an aiglit.root dup potato.
RUn washing pool near Goulds., _
postponed any NEAR The boy, who lived at 12246
decision the
0.Y on continuing court.
v r" into
SW 217th St.
y plunged a
Mayor Robert King High said no Sunday night a ueiirlot developed small pond near a packing house
action is needed if the court la at a police'sponsored 'car. at U S. 1 and 220th St. a few _
4'Ml kept but indicated "a very nival at 46th st. and 27th let, minutes before 6 p.m but did
thorough study" was called for
when a "Whip" operator with not come up
Father Culmer, who was one his foot, moved a little boy try. )Children nearby called his fnth- _
of the loudest In his praise and Ing to steal a free tide er, James, who, with Sam: Spoon,
recommendation of keeping the Officer on the scene( radioed 17, rushed to the pool bu could
court:euggested that "so much that a tight among SO to CO Negroes not save the child AM 5.u.;I h _
unfavorable public opinion has and the carnival workers won pronounced dead, \
rained on the men who wantedthe had started because of the incl
court abolished- that they --t-
dent and four police cars and two
were afraid to come here and motor patrolmen were sent
b5lEl. face the music. Other Negroes had calmed GETS 2 YEARSNlnetf'en.'ear.old
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before the hearing adjourned, down their companions and avert
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Robinson however, Comm Henry L. Bala- ed what might have becbme a William Mo,
announce the engagement of ban offered a motion that the verlous riot. Sheriff Thomas Collough Stoner lear'tid TuesdayIn !II. #=J.o
their daughter, Hortense Jeanne court be continued in its opera. Kelly said. When police reinforce Dade County Criminal Court ,
to Phaion Cecil Hyche II, eon of tlon, and that a Negro judge be ment arrived all was quiet, he that one does not jump up any Ines Davis, well known Ml'
Mr. and Mrs. Phaion Hyche of appointed to serve the court. The said old way and become a hero. He amlan and former school teacher,,
Detroit Mich. The wedding will motion will be acted on at a la. After the 6:15 p.m. fracas the was sentenced to do two years In died Thursday looming at her
be held in June. ter date. police closed the show for tho prison for hijacking a Miami
residence, 1819 NW 68th st. She
night. It is sponsored tiT the Beach charter boat to go to
Fraternal Order of I'ollca which! Cuba and kill Fidel l Castro. Is survived by her husband John

gets a part of the proceeds fur Stoner jumped on board the Davis, owner of the Davis Print

f 4'v ?R /;' charitable programs, but is prl charter boat Sandona, Dec. 15, ery, her mother, Mn. Hittte Mae
r C'A vately operated. held a gun on Capt. Dick Glen Ross, an aunt, Mrs. Lillian: Cro;
The ride operator told policehe hill and Mate Jack Harrington martle. Services will be Wednes.
'moved' the boy from the area and ordered them head for Ha. day, March 7,, 4(30 P.m. at St.
tw with his foot to keep him from vana. Skillful patrolmen nlpp.d James AME Church with Rev. J.
getting caught In nearby, moving the venture in the bud and arrested 0, Blacknell'tf officiating. Range
mavhlnes. No charge* were filed. hint Funeral HOhte |I. )Ifl charge. j*

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Peace Carps a a Brazil Dr. Mays is a member of t t

Robert Hadley of Thomasville the Peace Corps National Advisory iJ
Georgia, and 'Miss Pfiscilla Thors- Council. _
rud. of Fontana, California, Peace Hadley is a 22-year-old Talladega
-" Corps Volunteer candidates, chat College graduate skilled gardener
with Dr. Benjamin.Mays, Presidentof arid a veteran with farm machineryand tafJJ Mj 'V1''r .-!:t -L: i.-
Atlanta's Morehouse College, at radio equipment. lie was a
the National Foundation Center :1 4-H.dub president and has traveled Through the courtesy of the lantic Coast Baptist Association International Airport
in Washington D.C. extensively for the Missionary Education North Travel Bureau the above I which convened at Bethel Bap- A full report of neetfns
and Miss Thorsrud are nadle'l Department of the United picture of the delegation t? the tlst Church, Nassau, Bahamas, will appear in the next Issuo ot
53-raember',group, of tr pre Church ot Christ I 3Jst;, annual teuton of the At. Feb. 22.25. was taken at Miami The Miami Time,.

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Dins'bn''A d: Althea cibsoOst.: ;; : : SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 19 2, 3?

tjafmtfo ar.

Win North, II South, Golf Tournament Y'.

Extra activities Included the

YI 4 driving: contest: with' ,Robert [p i :
Ir + Owens driving 3,00 yards 1n the,

I tn*n's division 'In the: Scotch L __
Fotifsom*-- 9 hole;, ,Althea. Gib. VVr

son and James Walkers .New
5 Ypr Shot '*3 and Lemnu Carter .
Akron* and Robert Turner,
Cleveland shot, 16: In} ,the PTO-
Amateur Pete frown Jackson,
Mtts:, shot 70 and' Eugene
I Clapp, liatni, shot' 71. The tpp
; 12: pros!! were' Willy ,Brbwtt,
'iu ', Houston, 283:1; Howard Brown,
:petrolt, 2,86; Pete Brown" .Jackson 141T
I 287! Zeke .1 Hartsfield. New,
I York, 28TT JohnD. Saniersop),
,Gal.f):ton, 210!> ;' ,Clifford, 'Brown,
Shaker Heights'Ohio, 291* Clifton l'
Herrlngton, Fort Campbell,
Ky292? Willie green, Naihvllle -
o ', 294; Herbert Brown, Miami '
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4, ,,295, Jimmy Clark Dunedin; ,
Fla,, 298; Leonard Grant, Macon,
300: Herman DuBois, 'NeW York

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Jackie fiobinttoiv ,and ,,.1theft Nashville and Alleyne Nixon I 'FLEIS'CHMANN'S'' ,:::, I :tl1S'
Gibson, .old;das; tl. winningwayR1 from Chicago. On the left Is James directorof 'McCain
who has been appointed
,'c6pped, tbf,,toip: honors id Other winners included, Wiley Nat'l CORE. Right U Richard : 1 J

the 9tt; annual Ray Mitchell Brown Houston, who defeatedPete Haley who has been appoint., the BIG buy,,! ,
North ulb, Golf Tournamentheld Brown for the Pro champ. ed as assistant to the National i1Jrt"Iti ,'
here at, the Miami Springs ionship. Among individual flight director. M .Mjst7isi11 I'nmrt.
Country Club; Jackie Robinson winners were John Pate of Phlla. I ; i !
took the men's amateur cham.plons)1Ip delphla; Thaddeus Mumford, 111 ,
) 'by defeating Calvin Washington; Madelene Carney, Jabberwock'sin 'fIe I
Tanner of Chicago,,latt i year' Nashville; Sara A champion l ', ,by? one stroke; lead. and, Mamie Bondu, Miami. 0

Althea won out over Myrtle K= a .Y.Y"-Y: J BLINDED'WHISKEY. 00 PROOF! 65% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS
York, to take the women's ama
score oj 338 for the 72 holes .
Miss Gibson warn also low medal. 402 and 406 N.W. 5th Street FR 4-5874 f
tat with a thumping 87. ( FINEST

Robinson, unsuccessful In prev.loufl Drug Store Dar-B-Que'
Into his
tournaments came
.Specializing In prescriptions, Featuring breakfast, lunch i
with a "cool 70", two under
own patent medicines and sundries a. dinner. Old Hickory IUrbecue -
par. His form was excel l ( from 5 .
lent and driving'power: !im noved. .,pen' dally- "I'nd.i.ii... is p.m. pan. DOGRACING
Althea ran her own In the field Frl., Hat. to lt8O n.m. Open 1<'..1. 13 Sat. to 2s:30 a.ns
and according to Ray Mitchell,
the 'ournam J\ '"' jlecutIT4d1.' Satisfaction Guaranteed Free Delivery *I
rector, she has the makings of v 8gS3&e& 1" ,
a pro. She achieves.:jtremesdoui & lZS&sss& = ,

distance peJHorv all and'',the wa war.a strong As .a com.lady fn-'$ '$ $ $. $ $ $ $ $ $ '$ $' '$ $ ftNEfl NITELY EXCEPT' SUNDAYPost

pro, she can bring out the. / .
people. \ 'I"hi. ;
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Time 8:15 j do t
and their families p.m.
tic golfers ,. and 2nd Mortgage,Loans
from 45 states met 1 InsMlaml
last wee'c' to watch the :' most' V> 'ce'tIOOO. '; ,; $1,500$2,000, or more today tO- '

thrilling golf tournament In the. WE ,BUY LOTS AND::HOMES,:-:--CALL '
series' history. Headquarters for rr ; !
tournament celebrities and their Ronald I. Baron JET 2-4343 HOLLYWOODKennel "i'l'l

families want{-i thenexcltuirt: th.'M ori age-B..oker' .
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which houses many'ot'lhV'aeYeral WI' ,.3566
events during the week. w illAMI' ItEACIt I fI)

robbin JTh Monday of golf and to fun Friday included l round:. {:$,! $" :$: '$, $.- ,$. :?,$, ,$ :$ $ $ $ $aAI r r 'ClubV: :: :

Bathing Beauty Contests;; Batsbecue V V V
Treasure Hunt on: nearby 'J', ', .
Virginia Deaeh:, WaMrShows, r

all cent culminating Trophy Dall in]at the which matnlft 65 I ;,;C n'trallifeIlitsurance'' Co. of Florida 'J It< .
awards and trophies were pre. I III
sented. Included for tropblfi! .1 -\ I ; ,r"l"oun: .' OOlrANY;' '

w were man the-beat WoodyWitaoif dressed man trbotl..NN..N.NN..NNNNN..NM..N.1 and 1 d'MODERN AND ATTRACTIVE:; 'POLIpIfcS' I'ROMtfr rr

.( "1 7"., '" .'$1p00t04 'UP' 'TO" "'$50,000.00, ri i II NEW PATIO CLUSt'Adm'ission' ]

BrownsvilleCorporation'- .Whole.Life .., ,Endowment II! ,Educational
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for busiaeia. Retirement -I Combination ,Hospital
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Buying anything)I of value; 141. 1 "." And Home: : f'o') r ,501 j

property, contracts, equity, ,ALSO ,
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mortgages, building, tax :. '. I
: Family Group Plan DAILY DOUBLE
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Father, Mother and all Children Under 21 Years of ''I- 'i irrl '
: Races 'r
LEND OR ADVANCE V (111"1 :-< First and Second : J Jiunb
1,1 Age Insured Under One Policy ,- t rnl'll1:'l
; MONET": Insured After IS' "Days i1.j i .',:rt.11.If
NewBorns Automatically1 ADMiTTED .
} (Also repairing) BRANCH OFFICESsAEWDE tff ,: ",f ), i Wo.' MINORS/ ," i.J'Jff"1| ,tjoi. .
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::1 ;!CaUYarVrcpre nh iy..bI.'Oatity for additional
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;: ;: :'::' 16 NEIGHBORHOOD
BROWSIN' Crusade for You will be Able to register{ at
JUST concentrated
A launched in Dade any of the following 10 !
will be
By Paul R. Henry County March 3Cd i4 an all-out
Liberty Square Community
ithe Negro
effort to voter Center
10. registration in Ghandy 6304 14th Ave,
will Prcdndl
Senator George Smathers LOCKANorth
be a candidate for reelection this Through the cooperation of Metro OPA- Bade High School i
year. and registration convenient Supervisor 1840 N.W. l&jta St
Brown, rive
1 MU Of/lie at 0740 N.W. 15th Avenne-Phone OX 10421ttrMt Claude will BROWNSVILLE
House of Com neighborhood precincts |Jig Marfcel
> <*k at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami Florida Phone FR 32230II The British March to 24th N al'li Super
'" mons this week passed a measure open from N.W 2tCOCarN Vt?:
E. SIGISMUND KKKVES, Editor and Publisher restricting immigration to clusive. Locations supervised highly( by l lJT ditpVB3670.Grand
GAIITII C. REEVES, Managing Editor Britain from the West Indies, In. Negroes will be in every AVe-i
dla and Parklstan. Under the bill Negro populated area except down.town PE nINE fllCMMdtfD HGHTSRichmond .
:Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1027, at the Post Officeat unskilled laborer who hUt no Miami. Height*}brigs
Miami, Florida, under the act of March\ 8, 1870 guarantee of employment couldbe of Miami most devdled 14338 Lint ld Blvd.I
denied entry. Skilled labor Some are now hard atwork ,The drive is basically for new
SUBSCRIPTION RATES era, student and professional civic workers pdsh and eligible voters who have never before .
for the big
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN' 90.00 people do not come under pro mapping are plans.joining the campaign registered. But many; ,names
Member of the Associated Negro Press visions of the bill. more day. Headquarters have been removed from the registrat lists
fHWr< of the National Newspaper Publishers A sodatlonPresident's House Secretary Richard But.but every established at,5182 N.W., 17th Ave. for failure to.vote during the past
ler called the bill necessary Those wanting to become a part of two years must be reinstated. If
distasteful effort tan.call 691-6631 you are at all in doubt, don't fail
Medical Aid Program being The "barefaced Labor Party discrimination discrlbed It as for this nformalion great how they can help. to check. '

President Kennedy made an urgent'' 'appeal to Too badl An American j Jet
'Congress on Tuesday to pass his medical/ insurance pro- from Idlewild, N. J. to Los
will Aingelea, crashed BOOn after taking Have a Lifetime Profession.
:gram for the aged. If this bill becomes l law it mean carrying to
off oh Thursday: i
.an increase' in Social Security< taxes.In death the 95 passengers aboard.
his health program the President deals with the 'Care-Craft' School for Nurse's' Aids

'cost of nursing home services, or 6f hospital out-patient Metro's Manager Irving Me-
services and of community visiting nurses, Nayr was on the verge of quit.
clinic diagnosis ing the job this week but an 1711 West Flagler Street
etc. apology caved the situation and
Discussing this matter on Tuesday Senator George everything seems lIettlf-d. FR 9-7357

Smathers said Congress will pass some kind of bill this I about The when trouble Commissioner was brought Ar. New classes forming each week. Ten weeks course

year granting medical care for the aged, however there thur Patten accused Manager Day or evening classes
might be changes made. The present bill only answers I McNayr of jockeying specifications REGISTER NOWI
hospital care and this after the patient has been on the to favor domestic pro. I

hospital and pays $10 a day for nine days., Obviously ducers bulk heading for purchasing at the new steel Dodge for

there is further need for doctors, anesthetics, etc. Whatwe Island .jseaport. c JMB1A cnltSrs! awm KftlDMAmWALK'
need is program to cover all. The county manager told the
The bill is in the House Ways and Means_ Committee. commission that if it lacked confidence ON THE
in him "then ItV time to
If it is considered favorably it will go ,to the Senate get a new manager and a new
Finance Committee of which', Senator Smathers is a mem staff." WILD SIDE

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The general public, especially the aged, will ,await the the Metro conclusion commissioners that our came Metro to a new,kind of love-story I
fate of this bill with keen interest.
court had a little too much pow.
er governing police procedure in .. starring lAURENCE HARVEY
mandatory appearances, etc and I
Interstate Travel Segregation OutA by a vote of 9 to 4 the commission CAPUCINE
three-judge Federal Court in Jackson, Mississippimade took away power executedby
the court under an ordinanceof -- JANEFONDA'
laws overthrowing -
a ruling on travel segregation 1957.
Mississippi's laws and declaring them unconstitutional. ANNEBAXIERBARBARASmGK
The opinion was made in the ,case when 200 freedom riders Governor Farris Bryant has ap r

were arrested in Mississippi.The pointed., former Governor Millard
Caldwell a Justice of the
court declared there was no necessity for a three- as J0'ii"
Florida Supreme Court. The
:judge .federal panel to valuate the ,issue. It had settled be- new Justice is the fourth governor !
yond question that no state may require racial segregation to hold this position. i
iof interstate or intrastate transportation faciliies.

The court instructed a federal court in Jackson to Ben chairman McGahey of Metro who )has for servedas three r THIS

overturn that state's travel segregation laws as uncon- year said this week that he IS AN
:istituional. will not seek reelection in Dis. .-----' ADULTPICTURE

The court ,also gave the Alabama courts five days to October trlct 2. When he will his return term ends to his in ----- '- .._._ !
get on the question 'of bail for Rev. F. L. Shuttlesworthwho real estate business.

is serving a 90-day. sentence in Birmingham on a Commissioner McGahey will be
Plus James Brown in "Wings of Chance"
missed as he has been
charge of breach of the peace. an ardent
This action of ''the court seems to us, to be so clear supporter beginning.of Metro from its very ,

that there should be no reason for any such appeal to "If I wasn't certain that Metro RITZ Starts WednesdayTHEATRE
that body in the future. The ruling applies to any statein was In good shape I wouldn't be
the Union. leaving It and Mr. McNayr." MARCH 7

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Refugees in Cleveland
W. NELSON Builder and
Eightyrfive, ; Cuban refugees foUnd new homes in Developer ,
Ohio on Tuesday. They were sent'from Miami for reloca PRESENTSCOLLEGE
tion in Cleveland.

Although Mayor Celebreze and Labor leaders were HOMESITESA
not all enthusiastic about the new Cuban exiles, some 250

persons from sponsoring groups gave Castro's refugees a

Cleveland's mayor said that they had unemployment LOCATED BETWEEN FORT LAUDERDALE'AND MIAMI
problems of their own and the refugees might not be received PHIPPEN ROAD AND 2ND TERR.
with open hands.
The Cubans will find weather conditions quite different DANIA, FLORIDACHECK

from what they have experienced in ,Miami. THESE OUTSTANDING FEATURES
The flight from Miami to Cleveland cost the United
States Government $4,500. HOMES BUILT TO ORDER-to fit your budget and your family. 'Any

The Church .World Service, sponsor of the project, style you have: dreamed of building. ,We furnish the architect -
National Catholic Welfare Conference and United Hebrew -you tell him what ypu want.

Immigrant Aid Society will take care of the refugees A Protected Investment All Lake Front lots

until they are able to find jobs. Paved Streets and Sidewalks Street lights and palm trees
Chicago and Los Angeles see the Cuban exile prob-
Schools and Shopping Nearby Immediate Financing i .
lem somewhat different from ,Cleveland. The mayors of '
these two cities said in spite of some unemployment they O 10% DOWN PAYMENTIf

will welcome the exiles when the next re-settlement flight you are not ready to build now use our convenient LAY-A-WAY
1 YOU ARE READY TO BUILD. Only 30 Iota.left. :Why pay rent? You
Negroes in MiamiThe can live your dream home for the ,same amount.

Negro in Miami is the caption of a series of Come out and inspect the two model homes. Inspect the other homes

articles, in the Miami News by columnist Haines Colbert. being built in the area.

The writer tells of Negro life in the past as well as Model homes will be open Saturday and Sunday 2-6 p.m.

The information to old and new citizens was interest LOWIf .
ing. It shows some of our good points and receiving com
mendation. yoi i are coming from Miami, drive two blocks sOQtheoast of Attacks High School.
have to there is doubt Look for the sign COLLEGE HOMESITES.Fov .
While we a long way go, no M
about improved conditions generally in Miami and we further
believe that we voice the sentiments of Dade Countians information: Wilson 5-2903

when we say we are now proud to be citizens of Dade Broward County WAbash
and particularly so of the City of Miami. 43955PAGE

gram for the aged. If this bill becomes law the aged JC'Jt1mn1m! -mi7rf. JDUtlu.l'utlum 1m7mOmtJm

golfers in town for the Tournament
I was Beuben Home and his SATURDAY MARCH 3, 1962 PAGE 5
very lovely wife. Reuben IB a
.N.f )1\' precinct captain for the 55th Precinct .'
1J. ArOUf1d'M "
,. \
.,..- am 2nd Ward Regular Demo. N
cratic Organization. lie liked our 9 NEW SCHOOLSTO :" \',
,"I; city so much that he just had to flu ,
//I' stay a few days after the tour BE Church
By DAVE BONDU ney was over. They are both real 5 on
nice people. Nine new public school NW
lags will be dedicated to the
\. zens of Dade County on>tr\le
March 6 at 8 p.m. & pronto
I DID YOU fellows for
MITCHELL Golf had the' pleasure of hearing PI.
THE HAY bus driving jobs? Four Negroes ceremonies have been planned will
Tournament U over and bur. anist Herbie Brock Also in the have been accepted from tha very parents and other interested .
rah. We had, a hectic week with house was Sergstacke of tho Chi few who applied. What goes I izens at each of the seven
all of those out-of.town folks cago Defender I Moss Kendrix of ;with these guys who complainthat mentary and two junior pie
and everyone said they had a Coco-Cola China Vallls and: ,they can't get a jobT Here schools to be dedicated., .' See
event to total of 125
wonderful time. This there a
year is an opportunity for you to get a \
before. Naturally, somebody Is Charlie Adams of the new radio job, and they train you. The Jobs number of new schools
complaints, as station WFAB; Ed Cook of during the past ten years In
wasn't too
many are open, so dammit get, on the E."V
going to complain about nome. WMBM and a wonderful crowd of I ball and while I'm on the county.
thing. This time It was about jazz lovers. This affair is really subject of jobs, did you know The program will start In pre'
the soft drinks on the wagons something and it is under the ( that Jefferson Stores hires Ne. I schools at 8 p.m. From 8:30:
sold on the course. They were direction of Joe Qalvln. Plansare gro girls who had business education 8:45: the program will be settlers,
Charged 25 cents for a 15 cents being made to bring In such in high school. They have vised to all schools and the dls.
size and felt that they were be. jazz greats as Stan Getz, Miles openings, and their only problem lie from channel 2. Miami's
ing robbed. Davis, Oscar Peterson, Cannonball is that they cannot get applications The total cod of the nine
Adderly, Nancy Wilson, Diz- from these girls. schools Is 4213000. Total infor.
Some of the golfers stayed zy Oillespie, Dave Brubeck anda young ils attending, 4760.
over for the weekend and made host of others on a week to Total classrooms, 215. alto
the mistake of going to the club' week basis. But they need your I'llKTTY GIRL of The Week: Predominantly Negro
House and were told that since support to do these things. Jazz Delores Cattle Pretty Boy of to be dedicated are:
the tournament was over tho club' must be great because in look. the wedk: Sam Moncur'. Man Goulds Elementary, 2UUO
house was closed to them. One ing around I dug my Editor About Town: Sam Rabin 122nd ave., Mosely Doles
gentleman came to me and naked Garth Reeves, popping his fin. Happy couple of the week: pal.J.. ntary,
me why he couldn't uso the gers. Bill and Eolyn Klmbrough. W. Johnson Elementary, Locka,
rest room and I had a hard time West 23rd st. Hlaleah, Mrs
trying to explain something thatI
don t understand myself from __ __ :=..=___,__._ _-: ___ __ ; :-...:= -1
TilE GLASS sez that since his BILL HARRIS, better known
the way I see it, it is all wrong.
show at the Knight Beat
was BO
William and
aa manager of the ITS, /lr // Illl Mllll
:F Our Sepia golfers are not interested good last week, he'. gonna re Satellite Bar and Lounge on 7th
in participating in the peat the same show for this ave., between 61st and C2nd sis.
night-time activities that are week. As the Glass* puts it, "la. is making plans to throw some
. held for members in the club dies night on Thursday night Is Blue Monday parties with door
house and their other social at. getting bigger and bigger," and prizes See, I told you that Bill
now, that Frank DuBois has re. was a promotion minded :young
fair.All corded a few sides including the man. lie is still featuring Mop
that they want I is the UII' Chicken Scratch and a tune I and Dottie Dudley Duo. 41t
of the rest room and a cocktail wrote about 15 years ago, the
during the day between the place ia Jumping..All of this at MIAMI'S MOST, UNIQUE LOUNGE
\ front and back nines or after the the Knight Beat plus Hot Papa Nuff said for this week, Till
game. Our city course Is into Turner and Ills Family, That' a the next one, Live LIT Every ENTERTAINMENT EVERY NITE
grated and segregated at the real funny bit. Golden Minute of It. Peace 6222 N.W. 7th AVE.
same time. Neg ro and White I .
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golfers drink out of the came I ---- ---- -- - -
i fountains; play oft together, eat CLYDE
: .. ... ,1.. and drink at the snack shop; buy KILLENS' ..1'
i "..''.,'.,.,', .. their golf needs in the same pro ,; '. '. 'w4r:

! No shop, ;7 use and the 11.lame Yet rest on rooms the same on 'B Presents More

city the use property of the he club is :not house allowed or K N I G H T. E A T All-Star Attractions

rest room, or partake of potato
chips, or a drink because It Is
leased to a private concession.
alre. City property cannot be -
leased legally to a private con. -
cern who will! not 'let all tax. rir
payers come In. Since we cannot
,",, seem to get an answer from our
I City Manager maybe Atty. Ar ,,. ,.r. p naa:
lington, Rev. Graham,can talk to
our City Mayor and work out tw
some solution. Let's hope '0.

SINCE IM the one who wrote
, ,; thetrja" Concert at the :
: w. House which in at :3:30 /k
, ,:' every Sunday, I went last Sunday k > 7 7 1 ; sW
to see what was going on, '
glad I did. Playing was heModnern
Jazz Orchestra 16 piece;
and a great big sound. Jazz fans
A u d r N"

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V. 4'. y,. -,._. e+ 44, + THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI,, FLORIDA
$OCIAL $ C ,

f + errs
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'ON THE MARCH!' H ; .44

1 f v M. b It" : *t \
M Inspired* V ff H 5 dynatpiatea* er4 'fBHDAUGHTER --

ship of our Grand Exalted Ruler
> Are you age 62 or older and Hobson' R. Reynolds with his

tllf working? Have you ever '\: q .. ? New Frontiers owd .Program,of, 4-'
Checked to See if you might be : :
eligible to receive social security Progress (orl; the. Improved Be.nevoUnt t

benefits Have you ever appliedfor ""t : and Protective Order of '"
," MARCH 8
social security benefits ,and ," "' Elks of the World, all Bike of the ,, ."
been turned down because'', y6u f .. \ Miami area from Liberty City to
ot Groat
t' j '' The Daughter Elks : .t
,had not worked long enough un. Homestead, 'for the past three
'der social security- If to, you may ," d'! .... .'4"JIj months, have been engaged In a Miami Temple No. 769 will\ cee,
... how eligible for payments'fcfci; "; .:, : mammoth ''membership! drive:- brate their 18th anniversaryThursday
"Htlt March .from, IQ.pViUj,. : ;
;cause fcf recent. changes in .the, to bring; In'worthy' new membersand
'1iic until the wee-wee hours and,,are
law, Mr, Edward P; Blonston, re-Instate members who
'manager of the Miami',North Dls- I 'f". ." u. have beeen Inactive."' Inviting their maay friends, 'to
'trlct office, urges you, to contact 1 I. p'I I never-to-me.forgottcn : I evening
'but local social',(Security officeregarding I I Ir Each Lodge in striving to bo There will be many attractlonsjn.'
recent ,changes in the : declared the winner in this Drive eluding a floor show'and' many
Social Security Act. ;, by securing the largest numberof other amusements for their enl:
members Liberty ,(Liberty tertalnment at the King' '.0'
i ft Men may now choose,to'ehanre, City), Atlas (Miami), Greater Hearts ;
they benefits begin "as soon Is Miami (Miami), O. '''W. Banner "
they;,reach 62 However Just.Wltf 1 N man Perrlne), Overseas (Homestead Tickets are on sale and make
arrangements now for your'table'
the case ot a woman workern*j )-each one declares beforehand
man who decides to'take?! 1)1.l that it will win by telephoning Dt. Sarah Smalley;
FR 3-3898, and Dt. Fannie Mae
benefits between the ages bf 't>2
'and '64'' will get less pet "month: All Elks anticipate the fellowship Molon, FR 9-3007. Those daugh.
than '. hta 'benefits between\ ',the and the opportunity to give trs are anxiously awaiting your
Rer-of"d2-and''65-will' get -les Elkdom a boost and will attend call to place you in the top spots
per' month than he would have the Mammoth Joint Initiation Aft to the attire, it will be '"As
received at the age of 65. This Wednesday March 7, 8 p.m., at you like it." The 18th annlverj.
wonk out so that a man who Atlas Lodge No. '329 NW 14th ary will be filled with fun'' for
everyone, and an evening DeTer
takes hi* benefits as soon as he Terrace
to be forgotten Tickets''
becomes 2 .will receive .10 per boughtIn
Elks of' all lodges are advance are 100. Door
ant? of the tnon.tb.ly'benefit\ ; lie, hereby $1,25.
Votild ; hate'received 'had ''be notified and urged to be pre. ,
'' he 65, sent at this outstanding' occasion "
.waited' until WM,
.' for Charity, Justice, Brotherly) to Atlas for, Initiation.
In 'deetdl g whether be' wants __ \It.j o '-_ Lore and Fidelity, when each Chas. Alex. Htggs, D.D.G.E.R,
to apply 'for"ben t1t bdfore he Lodge will bring Its candidates Diet Dep. I.B.P.O.E. of W.
becomes 65 man "should welgb 1,200 GIRL SCOUTS Hauling water from the supply
; a
1 truck are Brenda Johnson Martha If' ,
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several actons I for" example;, I
CAMP Shackelford and Howard.
his health, family situation, and I
earning in the They were amoni'the fifteen girls PRIME BUSINESS PROPERTY' : I\\ ";
probable immediate future. power PARKThe from'Troop 857 who attended Girl I'I,, 'I

'J Scout Camporee Weekend at Tropical IDEAE 'FORI' DOCTOR'S OFFICES ''d
public was invited to the Park. Their leader is Mrs. i >
V As a result of another change < .. f fl ? < i > .
In the'' law law.-,-worii-is required Oirl Scout ,Qolden, Anniversary.Salebratlon Miriam D. Pratt. ..I -1 .ttti !
toI Qualify for ;.ocla1. security: '( last ,SaturdayAnight., ""I
1 benefits:t Tl1l. Heansj t< at;nhoie: And'It' card,thousands', )strong! Troop 503 from Richmond .. Large 2% Story 'CBS T -I i!,:. I.-10 d

'people who could[;ijnonqualify, .f!:Orandetands at Tropical Park Heights Mrs. Alma Crawford, lead. I I

previously, due andr, to'lacltTofsufficient +social ectrrity : :"wer$; :Jammed''.with. friend of er. Nineteen Girl Scouts from this 3 Tile, 'Bathrooms"t' .

work "*'' 'Scouting in i Dad may now;be*eligible, A typicalCapteceotlydlsedoQredl'by' oree Weekend at Park Large Parking Area ., ', .
: the flfthl th ;.birthday of Girl Scout' Tropical I t. :
: ,BU'tes'WSJ; ob. Race Track Pictured here arc
ing in the Unites *
.Miami North !Social 'Security Office .: Sharon Young and Barbara Faison In Excellent Condition. Long lease ( "i ;' I I

Mrs. Smith, as we shall call and from Southwest Miami .., cooking dinner, as Mildred Hall

her 1956. had Her been husband a widows had never since Senior High School opened' readies a camp sign.Drive Owner: 2260 N.W. 62nd Street IH\t" \

'worked In .employment, covered ..the ceremony., Mrs. Charles 11. '
Finkelsteln, president of the GIrl TU 8-6985 MU .
)octal security so there, were nO

;5roclal sEcurttf to her. Mrs.huvlUKd! Smith''beneflts'ayable worked 'Sdoot Inc.\, welcomed C6uncll, ,of the'Dade visitors County, then, Carefully:!! .. .. ....II T I r.. I l. ...
in 1957 and 1958? ''as a dome,J a, puYeant wa presented In six .
tic employee. When the reached episodes it depicted the story of ./1', :r T "'

62 in 1959 she .went to the BO- GIrl Scouting during the past "'
ply for old:age benefits .on her fiflty For The Finest; Apartments at Moderate>! Rates-Call

own account. When the social years.'a, I.' .:_.!. I'1' .t
district affic to: app. It/' .
clal security ; \ '
Participated! ; pageant i a -
security district office received I [,one ;''and! ,.forty girls; sa'tla

domestic a record employee of her earnings It was found as a 1 '! :the,"'Itvln,4fe( ( Jl outlined I in J BONDED '
gold ad a speaking
of :
that she had Just 8 quarter ringing chorus each' was composedof ,
coverage for the years 1967 and onrbundred'pnd'slxity. Scouts. ,.t
1958, the only she worked
Max Karl, Excutlvft Director in

under to the i social law in security.effect at Accohrlng that time I Florida of the National Conference 'RENTALI
of Christians and Jews,
16 to get
she needed quarters
narrated the pageant and Mrs.
W. Bruce Macintosh in a 1912

the On social August security of 1961.work however require. uniformed portrayed uliette Low,

ments were changed by amend the founder of Girl Scouting in A AGENCY INC.

ments to the Scial Security Act. the United tates. k ,

As a result of the change Mrs. At least eight thodsand people,
Smith now needed only 8 quarters and Girls Scouts
Including guests

I. about to the be change Insured.In the She law read and themselves Park Saturday were night at The Trlplcal Golden The largest collection and rental

I In touch with her social security -
got held
Anniversary ceremony was in the South operating in
office again She was during i Camporco Weekend agency ;
benefits beginning Aug.
awarded afternoon
uat. 1961 the first month for which and started continued last Friday until mid. Dade and Broward Counties'
which the change was effecUve.Dugie's .
afternoon Sunday.

More than 1200 Junior High Negro Housing area
HouseThe and Senior Girl Scouts camped ,, i, imooKs

Guest on Tropical Park grounds, slept OwnerMANAGING
house of clean room under canvas and cooked their

Open 24 hours NE 4.3851 meals oa wood or cbarcal fires. AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
They engaged In various demon. 1
is BelievingSee
Seeing and competitions related
strations 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
us for clean rooms ranging from signaling excel.to .

2941 NW' 47th St., Miami camping and Scouting skills,
Jamaica Dugie, always a lence of camp sites and speed in Bonded also has FREE employment service for
friend tent troops raising had guests to cooking.for lunch or Bonded's Tenants, at main office, 4150 NW 7th Ave.

INDF meals Including stews dessert

dinner and provided them with .

Support The NAACP cold drink even salads.

110.1 N.W. 3rd AVB. ?_... FR 8.8410 17.125 IIOJIKHTBAD AVE. l

STAR MEAT MARKET I; Perrloe ........ CB 5.WWW '
1075 N.W. 02nd ST. ..-....... OX 1-4428
1010 N.W. Otb BT.
8801 GRAND AVB. ....?,... III ft1881KB Ft. Lauderdale ,...... JA 4.8807
1520 N.W. 62nd Street 830 HAMMONDVILLB RD.
JaL 4240 N.W. 27th AVE. _... fr8400PL r
j Pompoao .?,.,.,?,r,,. WE 8.1285

9THE 2060 N.W. 75th ST. ?....- 8.0827 14255 N.W. 22nd AVE.

MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE I 200 1-AN.W. Bra CT." --. FR 1.8005 cps Lock ?__??.. MU 8

4150 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 9- 733

Meat-Low Prices ,::' .
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; fly WALTER BOWE 9 W **# N X** Affftt

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The Chamber of Commerce will OX 1.7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St.

meet Monday, March 5, 8:30:
_.._ __
u RUTH PERRY -- p.m. at Its building. All members

r+.+.r....." #."_ ."_ -#-,-,-,-,-.-.-.-.-.-.-.--.---,.-.--.-.--.--.-.--.-.-.-.-._,.........._-_..._.-.-.-..- please be present.

I have been very concerned TIIM W1IOLU PICTURE! The South Broward Post. No. NOW SHOWING

about certain newspaper articles In all fairness, then, In pre 8195, American Legion meets
appearing recently In one of our of senting the true picture of Negro Sunday, 6 to 8 p.m. at the 3 BIG HITS
This series
local papers.discussed Miami's Negro leaders In the Miami area, the Chamber of Commerce BuildingIn
the articles did picture should Include those West Hollywood. All members
leaders. And so extent men and women who are con. are asked to be present and on
-up should to I a say certain, within certain or I cerned with the ending of segregation time. Claude Counts, Jr.comman., adju. % 4 !{ BOB RHONDA .
Robbie Braynon f
in all areas in educa. der; '
limitations. lion in public transportation, in tant; Walter A. Bowe, quarter. HOPEFlEMIHGIUAS

:MIAMI: NEGRO LEADERS public facilities, in voting and in master.
housing, because the value they
Webster defines "a leader as are fighting to effect all of us. Star Light Lodge No. 642
one who leads, the head of a And these principles and alma meets Friday night, 8 p.m. at
group or an undertaking etc. affect us not only here in Miami 1 the Masonic Temple on Pern. JESSE
These articles were good up to a those in Florida, but also in broke Road. JAMES
point because they the entire. South and our whole
leaders, businessmen and pro. country. We can even go farther SPOUTS AT WALKER ..-.
fa:slonal leaders and some re. and say that these leaders who PLAYGROUNDTwentyfour '
llgious leaders. However, the are working toward an end of boys of Fort : WENDELCOREY[ ,: : k
very important area of tre in American life Lauderdale competed In the $', _
relegation are
first I ear t*I D)(lUX[.IM....ams rnnwti
struggle of the Negro for helping to place the United I marble tournament last week.
class citizenship was completely States in a more favorable and I Louis Stokes was the winner. .,AND WAIT TU.YOU SEC THE BANCMJP SURPRISE ENDING

ignored. Perhaps I can read between truly democratic light in the eyes John and. Larry Brown, George .. _.. _. .04
the lines and surmise that of the rest of the world. Porter- and Ulysses Robinson tied
all "controversial figures" in this, for second with two marbles SHOWN AT 7:00
particular newspaper's series When we paint the leader pic. each. In the final match George
were ignored because they are ture then, the canvas should in. Porter shot with superb accuracyas
controversial.It elude all Miami Negro leaders, he knocked out all 13

is this very Ignoring of these and not the picture that only marbles to win third place.
some would like to eee; or that
controversial figures+
so called tome would like to ignore, buta
because in my In Fort Lauderdale Is
that concerns me The pool
that is the
picture really -
aim and of through Friday .
the Monday
opinion purpose reopened.
picture of all kinds of leaders
th&e: men and women are such from 3 to 5:30 p.m. Satur
that they stand out like beacon working to make the Negro community day and Sunday, 1 to "p.m. blasts thescreen R aces lhro UMed klists
a true part of the largerMiami .
lights In our community. These community. Swim and stay alive. 1 1 ,t
are the leaders who are endea. ,
vorlng to raise the level of the Bowling standings for the first

dignity and respect In which Negroes BirtrdayCelebration three teams at Sunrise Brow Shown at 8:56PECKSIMMONSBAKER.HESIMVES
are held In this commun. I ard National Park: First place,
Uy by fighting for first class Dowe's Barber Shop; eecond, .. .------,
citizenship; these are the lead Three Brothers, and Terry Ford'sT. *
ers who are courageous in the You are cordially invited to Bird, third.
face of opposition and hard in I a birthday celebration in honorof
their desire to end segregation; Dr. H. Sweeting Sunday, The Ranchereos of West Hollywood -
these are the leaders who like March 11 at 4 p.m. on the defeated the Hallandale YMIn

the word "freedom" and are not Sweeting Estate, 2148 NW 4th ;tJu'.ret ....team, ...known asIlia.. TUB HSl<3CPUNTR*
afraid to tell about it, act upon St., Fort Lauderdale. Guest' :;Threejprotheh! .$$ to 28 Mo'n- i
and stand by It. speaker will be Rev. I. C. Mick: day at 11t. They wilt compete In in TECHNCOLOR| and '/
ins, pastor of Mt. Olivette Dap* the :jSUle Tournament in WeetPalni'Beach iw ftQiirtiuniTi|! .--
THE CONTROVERSIAL tlst Church, Miami .. ,. : on'R:.March 17. Harry
have also noted with s tis. gifts large or small be given-Iff Glover:{9>head offline playgroundIn Shown at 10:30
faction that another of our lo. Dr. Sweeting requests that all West Hollywood and Buddy R.
cal papers has started a seriesof cash to the Sweeting,: Founda. Walker Is the coach. Best of luck
articles also about Miami Ne. tion. All gifts are tax free. In the tournament. SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY
groes. I have great hopes that the
remainder of this series will
continue along the same lines as
the first one I read, because this I FORD
ecre-3! will fill a need within this -. .

community 'by giving Information I HOW MUCH Will INOMM HTTB WJH UCX W ttOCOBi xtb'v
about those lenders known as
controversial.In Real Estate SpecialsDrive
1 I Y .
the South, predominantly it I

is obvious that men and women these homes thencome by our office. We
by ,
who dare to swim against the cur CASH, noiutii WOODSwFORESTERrnMEixMASOH
rent of established social custom will help you with the financing
and habit are considered agitators
by some, traitors to the es 1. 2920 NW 67th St. $350 down $62.02 Mo. DWI

tablished way of life by many, Nice CBS home on a large lot IMkwd SURON PICTURES f I
and controversial by most. I do

not mean to deny or minimizethe 2. 7021 INW 29th Ave $450 down
efforts of the many Negro moo what happons whorl young'V
bedroom home fenced yard ;
leaders in our community who 3 2 bath d +e 1'\" .i
people com against the
have pioneered In education, who up .
are professional and business 3. 1923 NW 43rd St. $350 down. Ir

leaders, or those who are activein 2-bedroom CBS home with a Florida room force ofimpulse

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number of parents and I: pastor. The '- .,,. .'it'AII. ..1 w. ( \J 1091 Plata St., Miami, Is current:
large afternoon an", '." ':' Battalll
of the Teachers' Union ing ly assigned to
members sessions :
were held at St. Brownsville Junior High are .tm': PortJackson.
met at the Reinhard Hotel, Mon. John's, Rev. Dr. T. E. W. Oon. fortunate In having as their 'i'I:"> 1st Training.
day night, Feb. 12 and held a aldson, pastor The Rev. L. A. guests speaker on Wednesday .' .. graduated
Lt. Dawson was
protest meeting against the appointment Thompson, moderator, and \1 f
Mrs. February 21, Rev. Thom Shipp, from Tuskegee Institute with a
of a 62-year expatri.ate I. G. Wilder, president of r
pastor of Love Lane Methodist degree in physical education in
to the principalahlp of Teach.ers Women's Department, were accompanied Church, Dallas, Texas, and mem. 1960. He was commissioned then
Training College. Those pro by a large number of bers of the board of trustees for through completion of the Tus
testing feel that C. E. Francise a delegates and visitors from FJa.'I Allied Youth, Inc., and the National kegee ROTC program. lie receiv.
had been '
trained Salathlel Bethel an R2 year Committee tot the Prevention ed his master of education degree '
It 'I
deal. agreed thata
a bad was old resident of South Palmetto of Alcoholism. Dr. in 1961 from Tust! gee.
delegation be appointed to con. Point, Eleuthera, was found : Shipp nationally known for his In September 1961 the Army
fer with the Governor on this dead in work in alcohol. active duty at
a hole near Hatchet Bay I counseling the called him to
matter. on Feb. 8.Reports. Ic, but is in constant demand as Fort Benning, Ga., where he
II a speaker In alcoholism. His < completed the Infantry ,Officer
Del Bacar.dl r
Louis Gomez Campo are that Mr. Bethel
of the Barcardl International had boarded I present mission Is to speak to 18 Orientation course, and the Da.
director a motor vessel
Thursday I Junior-senior high schools : ado Airborne course. lie then was
announced recentlythat morning his
on way to and
Jr.-Sr. assigned to Fort Jackson
high schools througroutthe
the Barcardl Rum Empire is Nassau, but had gone ashore
of arrived here Feb. 5.
which Brownsville
moving its headquarters to Nas. when the vessel stopped at
sau, and has plans for growing Hatchet Bay to visit a friend Is first stop. Everyone who heard
his speech was spiritually: morally -
sugar cane in the Bahama A An hour after leaving Hatchet How long kft. it been Mnee'you*
I and mentally awaken in
two million dollar distillery Is Bay it was discovered that he beautiful illustrations and wordsof courted yourtfwlfeT Orfesh; >F
to be constructed on&. 40 acre was not on board, Relatives memorable e en1nr"thU weefc\atJ
wisdom for living clean
die in New Providence and An. waiting to meet him at the dock some lives The Brownsville the Satellite* Lounge, the: new,

dros and Abaco are being con. when the boat arrived tele. family is grateful to Allied Youth -- vogue.
sidered the most likely places for graphed' Eleuthera and heard the Poet 369 for having invited Dr. Second Lt. Floyd Dawson, son I Satellite
cane production because of the sad news I Shipp.I of Mr. and Mrs. :Florbell Dawson, 6222 NW 7th Ave.
soil. The distillery I? to be run Police authorities suspecting
alomst entirely by Bahamians. foul play, Investigated, resulting - --- "
The Catro government took in the arrest of
the operation of the Hartman Lowell I I When you leave the Dogs at
over comp.any's Sands, who was Government Inspected and Approved
plant In Havana.Convicted taken before Commissioner C. C. Hollywood Kennel Club -

Archer and charged with the Stop in at the .
on four charges of murder. Sands OPENLOW
is a native of LOVELY HONES
falsification of accounts and two North Palmetto Point
Paradise Club
of stealing, Ralph Whitfield
Knowles was sentenced to nine Capt. Bethel wag on his way LOW DOWN PAYMENTSEZ
month/ Imprisonment on Feb. 15. to Nassau to consult with bank 1515 S.W. 12th Ave
Knowles committed the crime ing officials about checks al- TERMS 1 LESS THAN RENT
while he was postmaster at the 'egedly forged in his name. "' ,
Mac'tey Street Post ()fffce. The Dania SEE TODAY $25 BINDER HOLDS

Jury voted 9.3, made a "strong Funeral services for William .
recommendation for mercy." Elliott, 45, who died on Fob 9 WA 39255

at the Princess Margaret; Hospital i 1383 NW 41st STREET
The James Adderley Fund has were held on Feb. 11 at in A-l
&aron 1'ridgen What buy. CBS on two large lots. House
climbed over the $3,000 mark St. Joseph's Church. Mr. Elliott a
according to the Nassau Daily was for four years president of + Bartender shape. Must see. Only $368 down and $68 per

Tribune, and is still going. L. the Catholic Brotherhood As. month. Wow I II
Walton Young, former memberof ociation and organist of St. Bonnie Watson

the House of Assembly and Joseph for a period of 28 years, Un.rmaJd I -
retired businessman, has donateda also a member of the Catholic
lot on Soldier Road where a Hand. I 4400 NW llth PLACE
home can be erected for the Gregg Hoiniu, Manager
loveliest Many extras.
Large 3 bedroom, v area. .
v" dow and her five, children. Three well known police of. 1 '
nstable Adderley was stabbed fleers received :awards for valor $11,000 total. Only $339 down. No extras. ,

fat-illy while investigating on ille from Her Majesty" Queen Eliza nil
'ed thief who .escaped. beth -

Courtney ,Strachan and Asst. 4 929 NW 46th STREET s
Mr. Justice Storr Police
gave judge. Superintendent received
ment In favor of Laurena Smith the Colonial PolJce'Medal for gal. CBS doll house, best area, enclosed garage, Florida"room

against the Grand Bahama Port lantry. Det. Inspector Paul stove and refrigerator, heater. $377 down
Authority in a land quietingsuit Thompson and Inspector Whit. 1 $71 month.
in the Supreme Court on I field Major each received the 833 NW 75th St. a
Fib 16. The Albert Cox family Quo,n's commendation for brave .

of Abaco has been on the laud for conduct $395 Down $74 Mo. 1316 NW Slat STREET

70 or 80 years. Mrs. Smith, a Strachan Is now 'In CBS. Jal-
charge of Large 3 bedroom in
and buses. Move right no
member of the family, is to get the Criminal Investigation Near Grand Way
one third of the 160. acre tract. Branch of the Central Division ousied porch, oak floors. waiting or red tape. Only $349 down. No extra

:I Major Is attached to the Traf. No qualifying, no closing charges.
fie Division and also assists
In costs.
Father Murillo Bonaby, ton of criminal Investlgatons.! .
Mr. and Mr. Alfred Bonaby of eon is Thomp. 1759 NW 50th St.
to CID
CHurch and Nurse Grove, Crooked Island, ters. lIe and Strachan Headquar.had been $295 Down $69 Mo. 769 NW 77th TERR.
Sylvia Innis, daughter
of associated with most of the ser with decorated CBS new stove and refrigerator,
the late Mr and Mrs. Deighton ious cases for several Very nice 2 bedroom Newly ,
Innis, of St. 'Michael, Barba. years. carport. No closing costs. No new roof, Fla. room, hardwood floors. $67 a month
dos were married o'n Feb. 11 at
St. George's Church: Canon Ad. Two police constables, lien.. qualifying. Very good buy. $349

dington Johnson, rector of St. gel Nrwbold and Charles Mc. Open Sun. 1-5 C-

MatthweVs, and Father Michael Kinney were suspended after be. 76th STREETCBS
Eldon, Fr. D. Gomez and Fr. ing charged with rape, were freer 4711 NW 16th Ave. 1021
William Thomas officiated At. when a Jury, after a four day $90 month. New 2 bedroom I $9,000 total. Move right in. $449 down, $70

tpndants) were Miss Sylvia Smith, trial, brought 'in a verdict of not month. No extra charges.NEWS .
and Idris Reid. The bride was guity. The vote was 93. CBS, large Florida room. per

given in matrimony by Mr. Appearing for the constableswere Patio with screened porch. S

Roach Lawyers Paul Adderley and Oak floor, awning windows, REALTY
The couple will soon leave for Orville Turngt/.est.
Cat Island where Father Bona Seiicitor-General Ken d a 1 many extras.

by will be prleet-in-charge at St. Teases conducted the prosecution.The We have many homes to
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The thc -Coast Baptist considering House plans of Assembly for new.Is build.now with financing. Call any. 4600 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 4-0655

Association with headquarters Ings on Pavilion Square or where time. (Open Sunday)
>n Miami, held Its 31(\t annual the old treasury building Is lo. PL 7.8456
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Father Austin Cooper tf sgsaggw ggggg g Wi fib and no stop signs. A dope ad. office doors. stating "Out to

Colonel John Glenn rocketedto diet told me that Glenn wasn'tthe launch" or "Gone. to'' the moon.
fame in his orbital flight get. first one to use a: capsule toet Back' In an hour.*' ,
ting hlnvelf plenty of space in
the newspapers, as well as way "high" b\it I'm sure be's All In all, It'll be a great
up yonder. It was quite a trip the first one to get the right world especially If we begin to
11 Pn ae pushing through gravity's pull to dope on space. think on a higher plane.

soar on high. After this historical :flight, Here'a a ttibute to Jour down.
He waa impressed with the Russia orbital claims are "Zero
sunsets he saw. No wonder I 0" to me, they carry no weightat space ace:
w; Seeing three sunsets in less than all Say, look what Colonel Glenn
Ave hours would be impressive.Jt did! '
of the "high lights" of I can now visualize space
waa one his travel Our' Space taxis will alter Wasn't his orbiting spen-dld?
the flight. I can just see '"
watch its hands doing the twist the sign "for hire" to read "for He conquered space
t 1 ii Post Office will
y.a higher. The
p trying to keep up with time and forward space mail to I the 0. :Flew all over the place',
ending up limp, like a scene* on to Till his flight was successfully
I zone and' businessmen going
of Dall's modernistic paint.
II +', one the moon will put signs on their end-ded.:
I ings.The
1171 Colonel said he was becoming
I r "addicted" to space
flight. We could all become ad.
dieted to orbit in an area whereas
( yet there are taxes no traf-

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howriL bov) '1s( ) Mrs. Patricia maids were Marcia Hopkins ana 1

Ann Cooper'daughter?' of:,Mr,.,, and" Gail Smith ,sister,and niece of the

(Mrs.Brownsville Leonard Who.Hopkins wag ,united Sr., In of bride. Flower girls were Jean ( Si. ', S FREE DELIVERY a Al! DRUG
(\Holy Matrimony to Father Austin Itolle and Elsaida Gardiner. Little
[Episcopal Church Coconut Grove, bearer.
I Florida. Both ,Father*'!lana: Mrs. HAROLD JOLUVETTE, Manager
tCooper are native Grovites and A reception in'the Parish House
q 'II toere( reared in Christ Church. They followed the ceremony and another
|have the distinction having both j eception was given that night fet u. ,
'(been Baptized by the same 'priest,I II he' ,; home; 'of the mother of the '
[the'Iate! Father Simmonsand; ,both groom,Mrs, Louis$ Cooper Friends o Learn "
the art of
I fwere.fpresented for Confirmation I and relatives' of the bride'and: ,
groom rwere more than nice in remembering
Jby the present Rector of ChristChurch ,
(l Father Gibson. The groom themwith'many useful
[Was also ordained Deacon and gifts. BARBERING AND

Driest in Christ Church. The bride is a 1958 graduate of ..,- "
The wedding ceremoiiyWaJ Bennett and is employedin I ?'
pelt college Mr. Wilbert Forbes, eon' of Mr.
in Cleveland,
[[tormed by Father,,GJhsoni after Ohio. Father Cooper' is a 1957 and Mrs ,Erskine W. Forbes?: PROCESSINGMIAMI
t which Solemn ,
a .Nuptial Mass was
1840 NW 63rd St. recently
graduate 'of St. Augustine's College

sung by the Reverend 3 nes'1I.
graduated from Morgan_ Stag
and continued studies at Sea-
Hall of Daytona Beach. The ,
jnasiter Seminary College, Baltimore Md. Mr.;
of ceremonies'"was a priest- Forbes Is a 1956 graduate of'':
l Evanston, Illinois from which
friend of the groom" college
finea Washington Senior High School. '
: he graduated in 1960
(days, the Reverend muel '
$ J While attending Morgan State he i!
Brdwne' 'of St.; 'Petersburg1. The Senior ushers were Richard'Bui- ,majored In history. lie was 4: ,
auptiali)propers: wereisungiby the 'lard and''William Thompson. Junior member of 'the, Social Service
['cantor, attorney Clement T Cooper ushers were.Roland Bethel and Club, Spanish Club ,Sportsman'I''
[ of Washington D.C., brother of. Franklyn Gibson, 1 ;(college+ newspaperL) ; Prome-' !; BARBER; COLLEGE l
'i the groom. OrganJst"'for- the'occasion theian daft, (college year booKh'
was Mrs. Laura,Wpstberry.'sister I and he 'received a' scholarship
!' I
of the
groom and'org'anfst'oll grant from the Ford Foundation
(l Church.:-She played.for the Lost TicketsFor to participate in Morgan's In. 0 1 0
recessional HenrY purcell's; most stltute for Political Education (a
(prized 'work "Trumpet Tune" and the Rawn Spearman Re. program offered in Morgan's
was accompanied with solo trumpet cital Thursday March 8 at Dade ROTC Brigade, being the Intelligence
by Mr, Philip II. Cooper Band,
officer), 'and a member
Auditorium will not be
f Instructor Geo. W: Carver High I of the ROTC Officers' Club. Upon
(School honored. his graduation from Morgan Mr. t
', The bride was given in marriage ', The! tickets are: Orchestra Forbes was commissioned 'a 2nd
by her fath t;: Her sister'Paulctte; lieutenant in the Army Military '.
\was:maid'of.honor. .Senlorl\ brides,; ,2Q309eneral admission 311 Police Corps He reports for ac. I A
j ihiaids were Sandra Christie and 400, balcony 131. 200. If found tiro duty the 9th Of April at Ft.
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MT. HERMON A. M. E.: Richard Wilson. Second !place
+ winner was Aprlla June,, daugh.
i. U t\. S. L. Gay, pastor ter of Mr and Mrs. George

xr Washington.and third, Robin
# The fourth annual baby
Mints, baby. of, Mr. and Mrs.
contest at Mt. Hermon was a
'James Mintz.
great success The total announc.

r ; ed on Sunday was $2,195,67. Other babies In the, content

J. The ordnatlng committee com. were Ronda. D. Lace,' April
; posed of Mesdames Mary Smith, : Floyd Sarena Pace,' Laullne
C'de\ M. Cart: ..,r, Grace Washington Johnson and Koto Marie'''Harra'l.:

and Hatlio Brlnson :spon- Our hats oft to all of th seopjej >
Pored right of the sweetest don

babies In the Opa: Loc\a! area.: ,, Holy dotunrunCbn( -'*,, 111 lclr:: '.
1 .
The mothers \\.ro present, and ministered on' unday.Our .; ''-

i ii" -in-111 V V WMNMMHMMMMMMMMMSMMSNMLaymen I' all of them made excellent re. Ic is good, cijr, fejlowthlj, ,>
for their babies. Prjzei hcart-waimnR and most of an,

I Of The ,Church:: Of The Open Door will ports ho the given largest the i mothers amount cubs reporting I the spirit of God is with us.

tonally. The boards and

Conduct A Successful CanvassThe I supported all the contestants, but ST. LUKE BAPTISTRev.

Mm, Grace Washington reported P. W. Williams, pastor
$95 'and Mrs. Evelyn P. Herrell .,..
Church, Of the: ,Open Door, their personal commitments, McDowell pastor of the church; 10210. They will receive special Mrs. Durnesta Green rep
March 6 through Sun.
United Church.olChrist.has,. con. canvassed In' teams of two men Tlinond, :Edwards, i''Luther:,Carey. honors this Bunda). day Monday, March, 11 we are celehr"t.

ducted a successful canvass of Its each, the membership.. More than Sumner Ilutchesonll. The first place winners in the Ing our pastor'* 20th anniver
Third row; Norman F. Hurd,
membership and friends to secur$ 140,000 have been subscribed bert J. Cobb, John II, Pincknoy, contest were little Woodrow Wll.
towards proppsed and son, first child of Mr and Mrs eary.Monday night, Rev W. K.
edges } ,1'tS.} substantial amount already Reginald Walker, Ernest Crow.

Yew Sanctuary, ,Only, ,a year ago paid In Cash. The Church of the der, David Julius Timothy Williams Smith, New Bethel Baptist' N,1".
usher board in charge,/ ,J
Eldred Waters, Charles F. 1 :
Open Door is deeply grateful'and
congregation acquired: prop. Johnson. BAHA'I FAITH Tuesday, 8 p.m. Rer. T.D.Drantley .
humble It enters its second
erty, valued, at 100,000,' at NW aa, Third rot: Norman F. Hurd, Israel, Bethel deaconsand
phaseIt proposes to,
of North
8th ave.,, '60th to '61st !ts. Al. God James C. Washington, Harry Thomas Baumgartner deaconesses In charge : ",
ready they ,have. 'an equity of ,i faithfully and serve the com Cole, Rudolph Levarity, James Miami, former high schoolteacher Wednesday 7 p.m. Rer. W. J.
inunity enhance God's King
will speak at the
Moon, First Baptist Opa LockaNo
$25,000 In the'property. The Randolph Ira Williams, Charles
dome Baha'l Center 137 NW 11th ave.
1 choir In charge.
membership ;had grown to more Baqer, David Boone, Ellhue
8 Sunday, March 4, Ills sub. 8 Rev. I., C.
than 200 souls. ,They now en. l';ont row, 'left to rights John Love Lucius Crawford Jr., Theodore Ject p.m.will be "Tho Purpose of Thursday p.m. Ma.
Mickins Mt. Olivet Young
vision an appropriate' sanctuary ,D. Johnson, chairman( of the -R. Blue Jr., James H Religion" The public is cordial.. ,
and Mission In charge.
After intensive training in Canvas Roberts.
: CpmnSHtee, Curtis RSchumach4r
Invited to attend. Phone sec.retary .
ly 8 Rev. T. John.
Christian Stewardship based upon ; .,: director. Church Not shown in the picture: Nathaniel FR 1-6420 for further] Friday p.m. '
John No. 2 clolr in
Biblical "Teachings the mei>d PinanceAdyisory,Service,United Ezell, Robbie Wright and son St.
information. '
of the church having first xnad Church of Christ; Henry ,Me- Robert Sims.GRACE charge. churth'I', \ "' ,
Sunday, 3 p.m. the In
I charge with Sunday School sup.
i MT. CALVARY BAPTIST eilntendent and, pastors and

EBENEZER. METHODIST A. M. Cohen Temple : PRESBYTERIAN I "\ ReV. JJ.;MJ.Thomas' pastor members In charge.

,CHRIST N.W. 14th Phyllis :Myers reporter I The pastor and wife extend
Sunday Schoo (CHURCH OF GOD IN ) 6895 Ave. I
Morning'worship n.-. 1T47 N.W. 3rd Ave. Rev. W. F. Savoy pastor 'Sunday School . . 9:4' their thanks in advance.

Evening'' . 11000 Sunday Morning service .. 11:00BTU
worship Eld. Jacob Cohen, pastor School . 9:30(
Rev. Aaron D.. Hall, Sr., pastor M. A. Johnson, reporter Morning worship . . 11:00 ..".. ..,.? ...... . ',' 5 :3. THE INCARNATION '
. 7
E: Ingram,' reporter t j Sunday School . . 9:30: Youth Fellowship ,' i. .. 6:00 Evening service afternoon, at 3:00 the I

Morning service . . 11:30 Evening worship . 7:30 r Sunday 1835 NW 54th'St.l
i sponsoring .
ElUha ,
Sunday, we ara 'expecting Jr; Deacons are Father Clarke Jr., vlt.
large attendance of our memi YPW ...... . . . 6S30 Again we thank all the men of Concert at the church. The pub ,Rev, H. E.. S. Reeves, a..lMnt
. . :
Service 8:30
bera and friends to come out.and Evening the church for the excellent lie is invited to come. Winter Schedule --' Sunds>

share In.the, 'worship, services 4} We were more than glad lo Men's ,Day of last Sunday. Tho The 2nd Sunday In this ,moat Low mass w ... . ,, 7r: 0
The Holy\Communion will be ad. hear that Sis Ollle Pigford wll) congregation wai inspired thru the Jr. Church will have the! Church School Bible'Claas 9uo:

ministered 'during.the ,morning ,be, presiding, as our Sunday out both the morning and evenIng annual Youth Day. They hay< Solemn Sung Mats :. :. 10:45:

and evening i services. school ,superintendent for the services. We thank our been preparing for thla day fo Jr. Eye. . tit-.U.' '6 piu.

The Pastor: Aid board ''will month of March. Sis. Pigford i* speakers, Prof. David H. Dobbs sometime. They aro' working yen Sr. EYC r ..... i. 6 i).m.
Patrick Range. We hard to make this the boat Yout Evensong . '
have charge' of claw meeting succeeding Mr. Cash, who presided and Mr. Solemn > I 7 00Father
guest participants for Day they have ever had. Clark' celebrated his
Tuesday' night. during the mOA ) thank our -
and who bas now been appointed! their readings ushering and 13th' anniversary to the rlnt.

You are Invited to ,attend 4 General Director of, the Sunday musical renditions. And we thank NEW BETHEL BAPTIST hood and the ordination dUe

Pre-St. Patrick's Day "Frapp4 Shoal at larege., Sis. Pigford and Mr.;Harold ,Hlggs, chairman for one February 2irJtr' ; Matthew's'
Sip" sponsored by Senior UshefBoard.NOrnU her cabinet will 'be ,installed OQSunday thMayfor providing (he. leader 1671 NW 68th Sty Day on tpundar'twth .tMJI :guest

Sunday. JWrrt hip for such a fine occasion. Rev. Ernest, Williams, pastor preacher, Father Theodore R
nth froth r to '"'p.m:"w'the; Deacon Fred Williams, reports Gibson, rector of Christ Kplfcop.il

social hall of the, ,church. The entire church is 41ata This Sunday Communion Sunday the No. 1 choir will; Church.

The' pastor is?In attendance at ed over having won the Annual Sunday, we are all looking for.of render the luiwlc. The public Is: The St. Elliabeth Chapter will

the Convocation of Boards and Chorus Revival Banner pn last ward to a full sanctuary Invited to worship.with P't' have Its monthly'mtrtiof on Sun.
directress and ,visitors as we be. ; *
Orchids to our members -if
Florida Con. Monday night. f yw day All member contact; your
Committees of The
ferene of'The Methodist ChurchMarch ; 31*. Syretha Strong th { gin to prepare In mind and spirJ! chairman Mrs. Alice KnowUs

2-3, Bethune.Cookman chorus members our church mother it'' for the-pre-'Easter season. ST. PAUL A. M. E. for meeting place. ,

will Mother Miles, and ,the On Tuesday, commonly called
College Beady, he M
''members who ,worked untiringly, Rev. M. J, Fayson, pastor Shrone Wednesday the Guild of
return Saturday night. toward making this honor pos. MT., CARMEL M. B. Mrs. Lee Gray, reporterOur our Lady (Alter Guild) will

and Let visit.us not our, ,forget sick and, to shut.Insp pray for.;! slbl,., MrsRe v, D, A., Bradley, pastor youth was in charge'ofjhe sponsor its annual Pancake Supper .

Sister Jackson Convocation of tho Christine Cherry, reporter entire service all day ; and also the most significant
.Mattie Clark, The State ,
worship . 11:00 Sunday, service of Burning of thi Palm
with )
Eastern j r day beginning
Clear In"Chiret,
M. ,sister Eliza Churches of God '
Hosp.j "
. . W Branches. All church members
1441 NW. Brother Fred Florida, will convene at our, BTU to i School. Jimmie Lee served as curl
5th Ct.; Brother March 7-16; Bishop Sunday School ,..... ...... f, 9:30 youth day chairman. Miss Marl-' are urged to be present. ... Pagter. Veteran Hosp.; Church from .., 7:0(1Prayer ( Wednesday commonly called
worship ,
Duke Bradley 237S NW 155th "D. D. Johnson presiding bl. Evening lyn Williams ,served, as our eo..j
Asli-Wednisday begins the solemli
,meeting Tuesday,nighty chairman. Our guest speaker for!
St. Brother ,M Mother Guseie Gamble,
Opa-Locka;: and < chop season of Lent Service, for thin&
the morning was Theodore Glb-l\
M. Lewis, 1944. NW 3rd, Ave. State Supervisor, women's Department day are as follows: Solemn Sung
Ion Jr. Miss Mitchell was our
Eld. Jacob Cohen host
Let's, make this a great .Church of God In Christ guest ,coloist. Julius Gray wasp Mall and Imposition of Ashes

ANTIOCH BAPTIST convocatlont pastor. (;'JLis'09 NW ''atb Ave. out .t'UlQJ> tapeik/r.rTho'rybung+ 6 a.m., The Angelus and Impost
tlon of ashes 13 noon, and Coral l
Elder J. C. Jackson pastor people were at their best all day.! .
Rev., J. W. Stepberson. pastor, Remember the sick and shut in. Total collection: for the,day was] Litany and Imposition' of-isbdi. '

M. T. Copeland. reporter NEW PROVIDENCE M. B. Mother O. Gamble state' mother 21418.; TU'contelt betweenthe' : 8 p.m. ,&$
Friday morning Low Ms; Hfp
men trustees and the lady ;
School . 10:00
Services Sundar will follow ,will the:! Rev. C..1. Burney, pastor Sunday Morning Service ..v to. ... 12100 I trustees terminated Sunday night. a.nuStations, of tbe Crow ftp!*)*
usual order The No. 1 choir Notice On all ,
Claudia Wilson reporter Total' raised ,for ,the contest Wednesdays m
board wllli) Sis. Evening Service ti. . 7130 '
sing. The No. 1 usher . $271 Making a grand total for 'Lent services"will be as follows:
Sunday School :30j; You' are' welcome to attend a, ,
be In Low Mats; SO
charge. '11:00 tbe day, $485.18. St. Paul Is very} : a.mj Choral
service .. .'..0 Sunday March
On Friday night March t, Morning h ::4. : Green Leaf Tea ,AU Friday la
you are invited to see and hear BTU ..... ... . .. 6:30 x 4 at the home of the raster) proud 'of their youth pa such, atmagnificent ;a LIUoy., 18 pni Lent service.
. sao, Job. I : "
of Evening worship NW 19tb ave ,
The of Harmony 6896
Five Stars VolunteerMIslon. Our sick members are Mrs. will beM.,follows: ,Low ,Mats.

Jacksonville Ga. board sponsored of Antloch by- Please continue in prayer for ,I sponsored. by the Baker, Mrs. A. ;Ortc, ) L.a] :30 a.m.; Stations otthe ems.Letitur 1
the usher
.No. 2 the sick. Pleas continue In prayer The member of Fifth Avenueare Simpson Please visit them D.nl1 r ,j;; 4

Don't forget dinners will be that: we may grow larger and praying for our superintendent a word of cheer. The funeral ofRev. I becomeibetUrchriitlnnandcontinue .
number and In the Matthews will 'be daring thltf
on sale Saturday In the rear of stronger in Elder Alexander Weech Slaytoa solemn
the church. grace of God. I who is sick In Jackson Memorial held Saturday afternoon at tlM -..ason.' Make 'Godrejuvlnate
church at 4 something:wttb '" "
Pray for and visit the sickshutlns. All visitors are welcome. I Mospi tal. i p.m. 1 you ':



PAGE 12 SATURDAY MARCH3, 1962 We the family-of the late l Mrs. 6th place died Feb. 23 at her
1:,::' JENETTE GERTRUDE FOLSONtake residence he is survived by a

this opportunity to expressour cousin, Mrs. Daniels, and several
J thanks to .the many friend, close relatives.' Funeral services

neighbors, sister ,,Churches, and were held Thursday at the Great
4 associates for their cards, letters, er Bethel AME Church with

CARDS MEMORIALSMemorial telegrams and flowers. Hicks officiating

Special thanks to Rev. S. A.
M Cousin, Range Funeral Home, Charlie Knight of 2629 NW
and the Dade County Teachers' '49th st., died FSeb. 25. lie Is

ServiceYou IN MEMORIAMIn .1 Association. survived by a niece, Mrs. Delors
Mathes and a close friend, Mrs.
are cordially Invited to loving memory of my wife May the Lord continue to Annie Damherst. The body was

attend a Memorial Service which bless you all that you may livelong sent to andemille, Ga. for final
will be celebrated at St. Peter's to render such fine service rites.

Cathedral of the American Cath. to humanity as you have render

olic Church, 1811 NW 4th courtat ,\ ed to us. Mary Debris Jennings, five.
9 a.m. Sunday, March 4 in :' year-old daughter of Mr and
loving memory of our beloved I I Mr George Folson Mrs. Alexander Jennings, of 2218
E. And Family
the late Rev. Fr.
NW 59th at., died Feb. 27 at her
Deveaux: Jr., OSB who was called 11 I parents' home. Funeral services

to rest by The Great HIg will be held Saturday, March 3,

Priest on Feb. 8, 1961. ,. ,, CARD OF THANKS 11 a.m. at the Freewill Baptist

Immediately following the, demise ,J Church 2014 NW 6th court.
of the late Primate, the Most I The family of the 'l late,

Rev. E. L. Petersen, D.D, D.C. L. j I, I LEONARD WILSON Infant Kelly, son of Mr. and

D.C., Fr. Deveaux was appoint DEVEAUXPRIEST ; I Mrs. O'Connor Kelly of 1801 NW
In charge of the Cathedral appreciate thought.
ed priest t. i iI deeply your 64th St., died Feb 22. Graveside
by the new Primate, the fulness and sympathy which was services were held Monday.
Most Rev. H. F. Wllkle, D.D., 0. \ of the greatest comfort to us in

our sorrow.
S.B.During his term of duty, much \ I Infant Walker, son of Mr. and
numericallyand Mrs. Grady Walker\ of 1270 NW
progress otherwise was made at the Cathedral.We I ........... SOth St., died Feb. 27 at Christian

his loss. May Hospital. Graveside services were
sincerely mourn D A THS
his) ,soul rest In peace. I + held at Lincoln Memorial Ceme.

Dean Derrick will officiate at Born July 9, 1923 .......- tery. .-
the Mass. Matthews of 1936 I
Rev. Slayton
Ordained Deacon June 11, .
1950. Advanced to PriesthoodOctober i. Richardson NW 72nd st., a resident of Miami {.
SADIE DOYLEY I for some 37 years and assistant:
j IN MEMORIAM who passed away February 28, 24, 1954. Willie Austin Redmond of 775 pastor at St. Paul AME Church,

In sad but loving memory ol 1961. Rector of St. Petei'a American NW 65th St., died Feb. 23. He uicd Feb. 23 at Mt. Sinai Hosp.

our dear loved one, To all her friends this is the Catholic Church, Miami, Fla. was employed by Atlantic Coast He is survived by his wife, Mrs.'
first year of her death and I do Lines Railroad for many years as Dorothy; four daughters, two
want all her friends to still re. Died February 28, 1961 a chef cook. He leaves to mourna ions, six sisters, two brothers,
member her. I want to say "Grant him, 0, Lord eternal.st wife, Leila, two step daughters, 13 grand children and two great

again many, many thanks to her '. and may light perpetualnine Barbara and. Farie Williams, a grand children. Services will be
devoted friends that stood by upon him. sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Davis, one aeld Saturday, March 3, 4 p.m.
her faithfully until death. J don't brother, George, of Lexington, at St. Paul, with Rev. M. J.ayson .
h. want her friends think that I Miss. Services were held In the .' the Pastor officiating
have forgotten their kindness, noI IN MEMORIAMIn chapel 'eb'. 28 with Rev Emory nterment will follow in Ever.
a don't forget such wonderful Jackson, assistant pastor at Mt. green Memorial Cemetery.

devotion that was rendered by so sad but loving memory of ,Zion,"officiating.
many beloved friends, no I just ur dear mother and grand Mre. Minnie Drayton of 2661
don't forget things like those so other NW 49th Terr. died Feb. 23 at
easily this will always live with Mrs Cora Middlebrook of 3085 jackson Memorial Hospital She is

me. I live with It and 1 will die NW 67th, s., died Feb. 26. She urvivtd by her husband, Mr.
with it, everyone may think leaves to'mourn' two sons, Willie .Christopher' Drayton; four sons,

that I have forgotten their kind ,." McKinley, better known as Jam Drayton, Chrtstophcer Dray-
deeds just because 1 haven't funey, and Robert Lee Middle. on, Jr., Jessie James Drayton,
come round to thank them personally :;,, '>, broo.c; of West Palm Beach: one .nd Samuel ,Moses Drayton a

since she has passed. No, I 'jt ., <' granddaughter, Mrs. Margaret Jaughter-in-law, Gloria Draytonand
it is not that I have forgotten her ';'" Reynolds Bethel of Miami, one 11 grandchildren Funeral
dear friends, It is just that I 'flfyc.f; ; y (treat grandson, Derek, one sister services were held Wednesday in

aon't do a lot of visiting ,\ '} ) Mra. Christina McQriff of the Range Funeral Home Chapel,
So may God's biesslugs be with New York, three brothers, 0car with Rev. Fred Hicks officiating!
all these dear friends and Bubba Underhill of Miami, interment was in Evergreen: Me.
and Henry Underhill of Perrlno
Sincerely Cemetery.
\ Funeral services will be h e 1 d
Hector Doyley
March 5 at St. Paul AME

MRS. WILLIE MAE LASSITER Church at 2 p.m. rancift
this life March 2,
who departed IN MEMORIAMIn
Joseph Duhart of 413 SW
1961. i t Mrs. Hazel Sanford Singleton, 7th st., Homestead, died at his
Nobody knows how much we miss loving memory of our dear 178 NW 17th at., died Feb. 21. home Feb. 27 The body will be

you ui .iioiher, grandmother and great one leaves her parents, )fro and shipped to Cordele, Ga. Marchat
Or now hard It was for us andmother, Mra. bourns and Ferreclta Now.uold .
will be done dear MRS. .tiA4 NAH BEATRICEGIBBS 10 p.m. for final rites.
eay lAnd a daughter, Tangeler, Hire Include his wire, Virgil, a
Lord I orotners, ihomas, Harold and
your sweet face no more to who departed tins life February Edward. Newbold, a sister, Em. don, two daughters, a sister

eee ;: u4S! 21, 1950. eral Sanford, and an aunt and John Willis of 10860 NW 24th

Sylvester William Lassiter,and husband Oitep unit take ou dear mother rest '."'" -.... .-..... uncie, Mr and Mrs. Pratt, moth* St. in Truman City, died Feb. 2.
Charles, your er-l-iaw Mrs. Delia Singleton, a
Services will be announced overthe
Alonzo Lassiter, sons Ve love you MRS. OPHELIA HYLOR Bister-ln-law, Bessie Singleton
local radio stations. Sur-
Vivian Gilbert Gall uut Uod loves you best, who departed ,this life on Febru r'untral services were held at St, vivors include four sisters, Mrs.
and Roslyn Lassiter, Daughters and grand she rest in Church
ary U, 1957. May Agnes Episcopal on Matilda Mayfield, Mrs. Lucy
daughters \ daughters peace and light perpetual shine March 1.Nlanker.
Mrs. Marie Smith Sanders, Mrs. Lena Mae Taylor
Four Brands
upon) her. and Mrs. Odessa Atkins four
Mrs. Odesse Adams, mother Mrs. Louise Davis
Constance Lassiter, Mrs. Rita King The Family . brothers, Albert, Sidney, Aubreyand

daugnler-in-law Mrs. Frances Pottei Mrs. Mazella Reddick, found Roosevelt Willis

Mrs. Jacquelyn L. Collier er and minister of the Churchof
Mrs Theresa G. Taylor CARD OF THANKSThe Nazarene, died Feb 21 at her
of Albert
Samue House .
CARD OF THANKSThe Patricia Taylor, Israel, residence, 2255 NW Slat Terr
and Arthur family of the late She is survived by two brothers,
family of the late, Collier 111 CLINTON MODLEY live children. Funeral services Loney Worrell of 815 NW 68th
St. died suddenly at home Feb.
1 9 9f 9i 9p 9r 3 take this were held Saturday at the
who died February 28. He II survived by his widow,
CARD OF THANKSThe method of expressing thanks church Romaine; 'mother and 2 cousins.
and appreciation to the many Funeral 'cervices will be con.

family of the late, friends who were so kind during Little Alton Johnson of 2159 ducted Saturday at 3 p.m. In the

MRS. ROSA CASH .U hour of bereavement. Thanks NW 69th Terr., died Feb. 21. chapel, toev. F. L. Smith, offici
who departed this life on Feb. :or your cards, letters, tele. lie I is survived by a mother, ating. He will lie In repose In the

gary 12, 1962 In Key West wish grams, flowers, cars and other, Bernice, father, Anthony. Services chapel from 1 p.m. Friday
.0 express our gratitude to the Kind gestures of sympathy. were held in the chapel
Jiany friends who remembered Special thanks to Rev. Brown with Rev. J. Benjamin Black Anninias Childs of 1822 NW
us during our bereavement. led members of Mt. Tabor Bap. nell officiating. 6th Ave. died in Kendall Hospital
.Special thanks Rev. List Church of 68th st .and the Feb. 20. lie leaves a wife Jean.
to George
to the House of Albert for its ette; 1 'daughter, Mrs. Maggie
I air Jethel, the officers and memo"eN
i of Newman's MethodistChurch efficient service. Stanley Scott of 546 NW 14th Jennings; 1 son, Mvl!!. Services
I of Key West. : Mr. Gussie Nelson St., Fla. City died Feb. 2 He Is will be conducted Saturday 12:30:
And Morley Family survived by a mother, Annette, p.m. at Alt. Carmel Bapt.'Church,
The Family father, James. Services were held Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor He

in Evergreen Cemetery. will, be in repose in the Chapel
CARD OF THANKSThe from Friday evening.

j family of the late, family of the late, .Viola was an Banks accident 12265 victim SW 220thSt. whena Baby girl Little was stillborn
Feb. 19 in Mt. Sinai Hospital.:
truck struck and killed her on Her Mr. and Mrs.
parents are
who died February 9, 1962 who departed this life February Feb. 18. The body was aaipptd fommle H. Little of 760 NW
takes this method of expressing 11, 1962, is gratefully acknowledging to Elberton, Ga. for final rites. 68th Street.
thanks and appreciation to the and thanking you for

I .. u many friends and neighbors who your kind expressions\ of sympathy Mrs. Lula Mae who
were eo kind during our hour of shown during our hoursof Baby Boy Brown of 6293 NW Grampus
MRS. HELENA HICKS us resided at 934 NW First
t ave.
bereavement. We thank you for bereavement. Special thanksto 17th ave., died Feb. 17. Ho Is
i their friends, was funeralized Feb. 28 in the
wish to thank many your cards, letters, telegrams, of the New Bethel survived by a mother, Ernestine.
1 for the kind deeds and expres.' floral pieces and our specialthanks pastor Church in Opa Locka ,Graveside service were held Chapel with It",. F. L. Smith
1 their hour of ,be- Baptist
during officiating.
slons to Rev. Hall and mem. and Antioch Baptist of Liberty Feb. 21.John .
reavement.I thanks to the Richard bets of Ebenezer Methodist City, and Range Funeral Home Funeral services for Mrs. Ge-
Church, the Francis Funeral .
Home directors ,for for its efficient service render.ed. of 1131 NW 47thit.
I son Funeral Home and the personnel of Jackson Willie Banks of 12255 nla Mae Cooper
their loyal services rendered. Memorial Hospital. died Feb. 18 when a car struck were held at the Triumph

--.I.""!May: the Lord's richest bless. Mrs. Valerie Wllborn, wife Het'tle Black, wife him. The body was shipped to Church, Feb. 28, 4 p.m., Rav. U.

lags rest upon each of you. And Family Elbenton, Ga. Williams, Pastor.
And Family
Mr, Waiters Hicks, husband





room CDS bargain,
fenced, awnlnge", barbecue completely pit. THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA CARD OF THANKS

Classified 400 down.'Den-Xorl Realtor, 26U(
NW 62nd St., mites PL 0-6533 SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1962 PAGE 13 t',
The wife of the late,
days OX 1-9372,. .,
-- ice" MR. FRANK MILLS :
...r I _
wishes to thank friends for all
FOR RENT WANTED IN MEMORIAM kindnesses rendered during his

MAN OR WOMAN to manage .. illnps\! and death. ,
fully furnished new rooming Thanks to Rev. A. D. U.t'tw
fe. PlCAftD house. NW 5th avo. between Francis Funeral Home.
Rental Aeeftcjr\ 14th and 15th sts. JE 13184. Mrs. Laura Mills, wife
Rental collections; property or FR 1.1806 : Y
Mabag'eine'nt 1 real palate .- ,4. 4
469 NW 1th $t 1 Fit f-i902 FURNISHES '
2 bedroOm house, I CARD OF THANKS
living room, dining room. See at .
LOVELY small lioiise, buy iLke 789 NW 66th St. PL 30792
Excellent }faelghborhobd. The family of the late,
rent.$50 down or less, $20 per week LIBERTY i'a % % t J MR. TIMOTHY CULMER
5-5566. CITY DBTHCTIVA wish to thanlc the neighbors, t
NE. AGBXCY & PATROL SERVICE friends and metabera of Ebenezer
--- "Chief" Nick Ferguson1 'S Methodist Church for their
NEWLY Renovated furnished or Patrol sen'ice; shadowing '5 -___ ____ kindness rendered during the
apts. In the Opa _
unfurnished divorce cased \re \ Illness/ and death of my beloved
Locka area near church, school Office OX 1-1234 Or 6 0 1.0050
and shopping center. Call Mick Day or Night husband. ,
Ins Rental Agency., Nfl 40500. Special thanks: to the Range
Indf INCOME: TAX TIMBIWe' .,y i1v Funeral Home for services ren.
dered and the staff of Jackson
: will'be'
glad to help you file
3 ROOM Cottages, water furnished. your income tax, long or short 'S Memorial Hospital. Thanks for
$10 weekly. 569 N.W. 8th St form. 'Lomb f0' F 'nster Realty, i the consoling words. from my
FR 72902. ,1260 NW 62nd St. Ask for pastor, Rev, Hall.
i Harold. May he rest in peace.
<, Mrs Mlllleent Culmer, wife
BEDROOM house, all utilities are
furnished. Call E. Picard Rental SMALL. 2 bedroom hOlh e. Small

Agency. FR 72902. lent Iowa payment or no down pay. .. ,,, ., .. --'
depending on reliability of
2 BEDROOM CBS apt. Stove, re buyer. Call PL 7-2226 after 4
frigerator and water furnished, ).m. Indf For Sale or Rent
quiet residential, neighborhood.
NE 43259.

" : BEDROOM HOUSE fenced.In Special price for children 75c. -' "-" ",- -.., ,,""..,,,_.., ..,_,,_.,m_'______'_'_""____"______
I Two barbers to serve you at all I Large walled in yard large
with awnings. 8850 SW 127lh times. Miss Juanita Monroe and I ,
Terr. Interested persons may Rev. In loving memory of our dear wife and mother Martha Jane
Hall proprietor.Free
call MO 6.8792 any time after parking on both sides of Wood, who departed this life March 3, 1960. Fla. room, an extra sittingroom

5 p.m. street. We cannot say and we will not cay next to school. See
7th Street Barber Shop That she is dead; she's just away!
3 bedroom, furnlt'l' .
BEAUTIFUL 630 NW 3rd Ave.
ed, carport, large yard. Fruit and With a cheery smile, and a wave of the hand 7654 NW 17th pl. Call own-

shade trees. No children. 5900 Why send children to bootleg She has wandered Into a peaceful land.
NW 23rd ave. barbers and take a chance of May she rest In peace. er, etc.
impairing their heads by use of

ROOM, private bath, cooking pri.vileges. unsanitary equipment. Always use James A Wood, husband HI 5-3524.Sundays
Quiet and reasonable. licensed, modern barber for the Dorothea W. Richardson, daughter

3120 NW 67th Bt. OX 18113. best Interest of your children d Ruth W. Copeland, daughter Nights MO 5.6004
and yourself.
Clcora W. Brooks, daughter
ROOMS. $10 $8 in quiet home -
Mary Louise Floyd, daughter f' ,
in nice neighborhood. PL "
8-4925. 1012 NW 75th St. Times' Ads Pay Off! AnnouncementLiberty E\'CRY NITS f

FOR SALE Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
VERY NICE sleeping room, Professional Beauticians or Thursday you'll always find
large house to yourself. No land FOR RENT 2 BEDROOM CBS Unit No. 55 presents a weekend crowd at the Satellite
lady. NE 55283. Lounge, Liberty City's only every
Tile roof, awnings, fence, from the Charleston to the nlte entertainment lounge.
FINEST extra like FHA. Twist on Fashion Sunday
2 BEDROOM unfurnished apt. room new, Cotlnuous Entertainment
2461 NW 61et St. NE 68976. $14 a week to qualified March 11, from 4 to 7 p.m. 6222 NW 7th Ave.
BEDROOM APTS. buyer. See 1545 NW 73rdSt. at the beautiful Mi Club.

ATTRACTIVE 6 room unfurnished Adults Only Call HI 5-3524 nights, 1900 NW 75th St.

house. $20 per week. 2229' Sundays MO 5.5004 or bea Donation $1.50 ; Jnbberwock'sin
5815 12th Ave. ,
NW 80th t. HI 61266. N.W.
house owner. $14 a weekto Tables Free the air!

FURNISHED 1 bedroom apt. Caretaker apt. 10 qualified buyer. 2 bed I:;
Free gas and water. $13 per Indf 1545 'NW 73rd St.

week.61266.6039 NW 24th Ave. HI I room, like new. FOR SALE

3 blocks to Jackson High School. 2 rented 2 bed

2 DUPLEX APTS., 1 furnished. room furnished apt*. in for themselves anda
rear pay
1730-1740 NW 52nd St. Call MARY LEE EMPLOYMENTNEW
NE9127.. lovely 2 bedroom home in front for you. Best offer,

name your own termt.
A KTCE:: clean apartment in a ADDRESS I *
oqulet"' elgh'borhood. 6306 NW o-
15th ,ave.Call NE 4-1886 or FR 1711 W. Flagler Street .
19797.' mar23 Also beautifully kept large 2 bedroom with Floridaroom

chefs cooks maids fireplace and awnings. With separate garage.
Couple hotel employees ( ,,
EFFICIENCY or utility, down. ,
1747 NW 45th St. $11,500. $60 month. No qualifying
town. $13 a, .week. Call ,NE houseman, housekeeper, cooks, live in. Nurse maids,

UOSOO. live in and out Good laundresses and many other o--

EXTRA LARGE furnished room jobs available. Best houses at the best prices
for 'tnieet couple, 1 or 2 small
Call Beeche PL 4.0971
children,, accepted or single man.

NE 3-8746, 1831 .W 49th st. _, _ _
1py* fff. >**f>*g>f <* -
Me Clellan Real Estate

A 75th HOUSE.Terr. |PL 20 92214.a week. 1351 Ask NW for TV PL 1-8381 SLD; 0 3W

rearlla.J New Brownie flash camera $6.50

Repair and sell TV's, radios and hi-fi j HOMES HOMES GALORE! :

> FOR SALE Also new electric heaters GUARANTEED$6.00 I J Dining Room, Did You Say?

(Windows, awnings, double ALL OUR SALES AND REPAIRS

"hung frames sash cord, weights, FREE DELIVER j See 2011 NW 51st Street
complete 2 mull, 3 single, glass
'31x24. Some doors. CA 6-3851. Know your TV man and save money 2 bedroom CBS with dining room, Florida room and,

JOE SCOTT enclosed porch. $700 down, and $71 monthly.
1126 NW 2nd St. Open. Beau

tijully( furnl.bed.big rooms, real 923 N.W. 62nd Street PL 1.8381 As Cute. as a Button ...,;
bargain In perfect condition. $:.150; TV Repair and Sales Co. '
Authorized Factory '
.down. ,Ben-Korl Realtor, 2644 f 1481: NW 45th Street ",.., *\
NW 62nd St. Nile phone PL o ; > 2 bedroom CBS''with enclosed porch. Low down pay;]
9' S33, days OX 1-9372. KKKKKKKKKeeKKKKKKK
OT TOWWWWWOTW c ment and low monthly payments.'V: ; -It
7$7 NW 49th St. Open. See. WE NEED YOU ..
L rely big 2 bedroom CBS, :2 ,,, Richmond HeightsPriced

Fa. rooms garage, fence; only YOU WANT AN APARTMENT? to Sell -s t
$00 down. Ben-Kori. Realtor, DO Blvd.
2 144 NW 62nd St.. nltes PL Free Stove price
9 5S33, days OX 19372. Newly painted Free water 3 bedroom CBS with tile roof. $7,939.33 total :

Free RefrigeratorBest with low down payment. 'If{
3159 NW 68th St., :2 bedroom air
frame house on through lot 80x Location Live with fresh "THE BEST DEALS" -

77. Only $45 down $45 monthly. Near new highwayGet ,

First Price St.$6,000. Owner 1120 NW to work fast .' PERCY I.. JOHNSON

t., Low Low Low Low Low Rent
2 bedroom CBS borne with 1 Bedroom or efficiency 3781 Grand Avenue
fence-In yard and storm shut Florida r
ters. Price 12600. 5654 SW Atlantic Manor Miami 33,

16th st. MU 3-7012 West Holly Phone t HI 6-0334 ,_
'DOd, Fla. MarlO 4190 NW 32nd Avenue' /.

1J1j NW 42nd St. See 3 bed. 7 W th## # t81h7 hf

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Mays Drat> 1a1st$ NATH #Il 4uNa! .

Tucker Elem.. Observe: Dental Health WeekThe :; In Outstanding. Several weelcs a o'odt name

,, Was changed: from :East Opa
week of ,Feb. 4th through hand' Issao J. Meares. tant points we** em>.( .ed.FiNt Mystery Locka Elementary to.Nathan Ii.
10th was observed as National The prorrams ,were both In. ; we sfcotild brush off' teetn "' '
Children's Dental Health Week. bplrlng and enlightening. Awards after eating; second, ,we should Despite all-to present' Con.' Young Elementary! gch&ol 'In
Specif} emphasis) 'was placed on (were given to many children from eat the proper food; third, we trovers th4 complacency l : bt to. honor ot, the first &)''resMeht of
the heed for better care f of .our {different grade levels for P... should visit our dentist regularly. day's' ''youth, 'there 'certain' Florida A and M University. ,
teeth. tenting the ,best pictures that Our guest speaker was Dr. Van activities. 'aa' undertakes by Under the Dept. of Health here centeercd around the care Robinson a dentist in our com. young people that may be 'labdi! Special recognition wilt be

and physical Education, culml.natlns jf the teeth. Prizes were toothpaste munlly. He spoke tous, on many pd as outstanding' and rewarding given this ,event during bur
activities were sponsoredby and brushes donated to the causes of the bee ad ntaUoiua lavements j< not :only achieve-i pedicational Program '.March 6,
the Health Counsel. The Coun.. school by Grand Avenue DrugStore tion of our Ueth. He showed bentswith/ \ ..racial i restrictions
Bel Is composed:: of the following; and Dunn's Pharmacy, both slides to, Illustrate some Of the but achievements,1 ,by a >national 1962 at 8 p.m. In the school

individuals; William R. Rolle of the(Community outcomes of teeth that did not criteria.! ,Such: is I ,the nature: I iof fcafetoriuni., At' this' time 'there
chalrman, Mrs. Gwendolyn Bui. The boys and girls of our get the proper care. In conclusion the current, I activity, of the will: be a: ceremonious unveiling
lard; Mrs. Maedon DUllard; Miss school Patrol gave a skit enttt1.d he pointed out that a checkup Maya Dramatists:: 1 It 'h .e y are Of Dr Young'sllOrtralt.' .
Mildred Washington; Nunse Helen )'' Bright Smile Is To Keep". In time ,could save many preparing to'' _offer to Bentley; Lawrence Thompson; In the skit, three very impor : t .'eth. unity one of the most success ,Included,, fa the activities plan-
bed for the week of March 5
ful and 'outstanding$ }mysteries of "
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'P' ( our Dedication Banquet and
: I Is
all"' time, "Nigh*, Must, Fall",,
< Cultural, Program: on Thursday,
Emily WHUalUJt.t(1 be
toy, i : prOr 1
::8' ktf tf.m1. af
duced ,qn March 22 ,and,: 23. MarCh' 7:30: ,,
will also be in the cafetor.
The action, of 'light ,Must' fair.
.k low )' Is set in a tawdry bunga..,, { _

of a fussy discontented wo- ,On ,February 28,\we: observed
man of fifty-five in Essex,. Eng; 6un.first:Colot Day., The school's
land. Amidst ,the' hickneea?of An olors are brown blue and
7 J illen, forest 'and distant tolling,, vhlte. The first "AU Bt3, Mr. and
Burch: :bells J; a: fiendish murder rtrs. Nathan; ,B. Young" -*MIss

Is, .committed.. From this point,. tIC11ellejlunter.Sampson. Gib-.
the bungalow Is upseated into .$ Mrs. Shirley Manna,
the ripe-sort of place for a see. respectively were honored
ond murders and for.thaientrance during the Color Day activities.

of ,a' young ;man whose ,strong i 1
homicidal Instincts drive,''him top The 'extravaganza1' which) '"'was
+ sponsored by1 the PTA 'on Feb.
4 4p'J gruesome; and last, end.
lJ1J'' 14 was a 'groat eU eehl. Mrs.
*0 '4 r \Inde':d l, 'the,?production' llbe', Gttsste Alexander1 of NW' 22nd
eagerly awaited when the Mats ave. held the lucky number which
High Dramatist .produce entitled her to a three day eX.

_. 3rr t u.a A Lii-r .i Must b'ah'onMarF12,2ttnd; : 1 ,, : 23. paned. paid trip: to Nassau

J I :The' public Is ihvited '''lo. attend+t
Winners of the contest according ,-. McDnnaM, fifth gradeAt 'speaker for' Dental Health Week, DUNflAR Ihe1 dedlcatibnal actlt Ue8.. Every
to grades; Carolyn "Ham. right right are members of From left to right are, Mr Law. man has an equal l opportbn;

I: ilton second gtndeLexie; jCol the Health Counsel, along: with. .'reqce Thompson! Ur. Robinson, 'Congratulations 'to ''olir1, two. '' : jy, to become greater than he is.
Mrs. Helen school winners. of English bicycles -
Bentley: : nurme,
'grade* Richard1'
Her, third : Hoi- pro Van Robinson, Coconut 'and Mr. Iinac!! J. Marea, principal Patrick McCall and Bobby1Hodges. Josephine Maokey,principal

ton, fourth' graand;_ ItermanValentine's' Grove dentist: who was our'guest ,, : Mary' A., Jenkins, reporter

Delores Higgs, DTW senior_
..' ',:0- : \ and former Dunbar 'pupil was
Day ;, ......FLORAL. HEIGHTSThe B., T. W. HIGH.SCHOOL... featured as ton teL! by the Miajnij d' SEE THE''WORLD'S
Floral Herald this 'week'! Delores' is' GREAT SPIRITUAL
Heights Elementary: By fAUDMLLA WILSONDuring
Talent Show'at one of the three daughters oftlfe..n1blf..tht14r' AND PSYCHIC ,READER
School.I is sponsoring,at parent" -
( dii 6r Mr; "and

James E. Scott pupil. .)banquet; on.?Friday ;March; tory Week National Bdokef: Negro'('Washlttgton Ills Mrs. AlfrpJ/Higci. :i / > BISHOP .HUNTERIf

Obwmace of St. Valentine 16. IIlgh, students displayed. seraboks pi}, As an example, of the Community yon are sick or worried, don't
,. and other
poeters ,
Diy at tie Junes EL Scott Community Tickets:,are 91.00 for adults i of materials. Mr. Theodore sources' John., Service tendered by toil to see me today. Office boors

Center' iras Dell oa Val and..$0. Teats:tor pu&Il; son,- sponsor, and both members, Dunbar teachers,- Mrs. i Luella a (tally/1/ p.nu to 0 p.m. Thursdayi
entice night in a magnificent; udf1timu1a.t1na Hla Club Thompson; W6mtDeilgpeak. p.m. to 0 ,.m. Sunday 11 a.m.
of the pry presenteda
; talent .boir. Ama.. Dvltratea to the State' 'Tl'oDTf'nUOn } : 1 er on last Sunday! at- Greater St. .
program entitled, ?'Ar vNewJJtHh Mark 1'. n.'. Chdreu 'nea. John. ou. pjM.
\ ,
tour :lovers thrillefl at the_ j' udltlone : were JM ra: Marie: of Freedom"' "3everarstu. ,
oinD ihitwjxreatarau: Je- Huff, onr- president and Mr. dents 'portrayed the parts l' Of' son, puto She Wag introduced> \DltiGS: '
:to !Uckle and interest their iiadee. Jobs Callaway.. The Florida living and dead.. byja/: fo-wOrker, Mrs.! L6veV tier
famous Negroes
: subject was "n al Womenth I
Congress of Colored Parents and .00,
Teachers presented Floral The proKrani, was divided intofour Answer*' Jo.' 'the"'Note's; .',:'ProbUma -
fields? ..Education, Must, '' 'up
-'The ,
grogram rai rotten underway -
Heights PTA a Merit Award In !!
Politics Sport
rah tie singing> : of-'"Tbe' : of study ,
Prayer" by William H. WarehIngton. -'I "recognition ur6u0.'A Third Place a planned Ribbon 'Officers of the History I Club are" "Mr,.''OR?'Uttlerhar"'fefurxr' : (HIT 8W 17 St.I .

I cultural specialist of awarded the school Jo the- was President Joseph Pace; : vice edtSJJfir post 9**&$&>M.t, !***,*. I .
Dad'_ ; : Stanley Squire: secretary, Cathferlne T tns tnfectIOn'-Jacquelln WEST
County Park+ and .necr a and 'Craft' Dlylson( for'ae'et of B' I i'
tion. Following ,an Introduction' I hand painted '#al ad bowls 'paced' Allen{ .corresponding. ;; {0." Sargent sis again /substituting,' I! HOLLYWOOD'
MUs Willie Mae Mitchell mis. retary, Gloria A Mitehel; pat; for our ailing irfusic o'nsuttant' !
tress of ceremony; 'welcomed the I I pn exhibition ,Many'other handicraft llamentarian, Roee D. Moorman; Sally Oates Ann Smith re; I FLA. rilOP. IIUNTKlt
projects .were, also,placed reporter, Catherine ; WalnY'llll ,
audience to an evening of en HarellU We are sorry to hear; "
joyment on display by"pupl1s of Mrs treasurer, Yvonne Boston; assistant of the serious illness of Mrs.!:

Tinker's fifth grade class. secretary,)Ia\\t'J Johnson.,, ,WJjmlerjBrownr !mother of our; : .
Drive Carefully!
.Many of the performers were Floral Clara'K lght.
Jlelghta held its 'first
; 'Members of the Humanitarians \'
outstanding: Some :wereefmpl' '
All who,..AppearecJ.esorre,special "Sharing ,, Experiences" meeting classes\ and Miss. .Marie D< JRotv -,. "
Tuesday Feb. '
20, 1962. arts sponsor' presented an'lft
recognition! for ,attempting : '
win.,,' '_ : .to Teachers of the first and I spiring ,. Brotherhood pro t ram1, COCKTAIL', HOUR. ) AND SHOW

I",The Delralrers were fortunate fourth In grades the teaching shared of expertences during theme'was1 Brotherhood: Drottierh! Week d4: Believ The? I : .-...-- r.. ... .". .\.."................_. _
in capturing first place. Those :It Live it Support it. Geor.
,reading, soclal studies '
who received golden 'cupa; ':were r 'witting, ''health ( glana Maxwell spoke on "How .MtGLUB.r:
; Spanish
Jackf Benson/r Clarence Reid, and space aeronautics. ,We Can: Build a Better World.!!., BOWLING
Samuel Dennis. Carroway Rob. The program featured a panel :

ert, James ,.Kelly and uiyM?" '. Teachers participating were: Iof five ctudent participants from .
Khlght. Aqua, tet' composed of ,P. :Black! ?: R. Williams, 0, Clark, several schools lathe area. Faye '''-" '''' JAZZY RED: ,Ml'C': : : \ I. .
James Conny; Larry Conny; Ricky 'T. Clark R. Davla' S.' Futch, L Williams, Northwestern; Alfred U f ,,. .11 '
Pearson, and Bruce Hamm placl HlgKs iWHUams R.r J J :
0. McPhee, II. Saundeers BTWj Peter COgeD,' "!?
-second. All received silver. O.:. Tucker. and C. Walton. ,Miami' Beach r Richard Garcia*. \ :ti"t', : ;' ,n EVERY :SUNDAY .4L! l
cupa.-Thlrd prize" ,Miami
'W'tnt' to' the High. Theodore' Gibson Jr..

tour'.dfumrere br ,the namel"o! .. ,r rJ.. K. :Dope ,and Leverlty, was; the moderator. '1' Tt.. c?- -,,-;i 4to9p.m.]' .
.Oteen, henry reporters, at 1P09
Kenneth Lewis and Willie MObley JamE'J', Grace D. bens Fellow are newspaper attending''' the staff annual mem.: t''f t ',r.,1 .,FREE GIFTS fO. THE LADIES :*' *.
Milton J Albert principal .,- ,' f"I'lI1
cps a.c11'eC81. d Silver> : ; 'I I&terscholafctio [Preis Workshop Q Tallahassee t''rHuTIy'Gu ly and Tywt: Contest .1.1' d
this :
[ week. Awardii 1 \1 i i i: i in ;,
I The Judges' HOLMES, ELEMENTARY ing Catherine Allen the editor of Featuring ,
decision' ,
on tho v'r'j'l vr.- .;. I r t" ::
the >v v
a pTau8 wa, lmuniu lmous. On',laet Tuesday, Feb. 1962 WashingtonIan; Joseph Pace/
Five 'V'oted to* the winner, 14 ,!a panel,consisting of tlght'teach.', business manager, Carey OUoH. ) 'THF GREATEST TWIST: BAND 1 IM THE, LANDPOP'S !: t -
they appear 3iw r'above" One 'ers'brought'meaningful artist; and feature ''writers' :' .) ,>'I inf ,
d tiered. informa. Leord 'Dean and Laurasteen ..
tion to the "
: 1. tf
faculty from the State Thompson. "
[ TlulWln Number 14, attending the \ T.. ... ,{ .11'IV .
The staff members! ot "A Guide Workshop at Florida A and M ;:wop., '"'" .. '''
tli9 .To eacbln : r
J roes E. Scott Comm ; Moral and Spiritual University. :::1 1
t.r. en. 'Values! in, Florida Schools". -' : f> T?'
eycceseful\ worke4) 'talent hard \tQ, make',this :a WaehlngtonUns Deepest sympathy of t h 0 : .. ,::.. : His Twisters -
how. Each, is expressed to ,
,Ther fOllowing'deTo- r
ate 'f/ 7TV
Mercedes bier
than Wesley, Joe Na.r.1I tfbns, Ve 'attlclpat hi- interest. Principal Anthopy .CSardlnerr. : 1 '" ..I. ,
I ( Mae Holly, center director LIllie : !ing Languag,Uwons over the pub 'W the loss of his mothe .ln'law 1 .'i/l I ] Come out and h"1 e'a.twlitl1: l'.ball J 1",-; I I
Coppoek WWI.I"r Jlc t .d to Mrs. Evelyn White
nt: Iystem. Mln-
Address It is hope
Samuel, Roberts Cleveland Dude tfiatUiese! lessons will help our us in I c' on the loeaSofinerffataer1" : /, 1 f1A'1l : 'O'EXTRA! ADDEr 'ATTRACTION < //oh/ t ir 00n t"ii
and ,
17, May\ ', our' theme' for the year, "Impror- .. ',.If. I I wrt. t, iii t
-.- lag' Our: Language Usage"". : of' b I nl.fCuelt. .tars from various clubsl) __' ..
t t .i'.. "'- ', : :.--.l_. RUPTURE RECTAL, I ,'i4{ :G.97'4 j ''T' ";: ll
eleoi \aback, ,Sp Mra- L : '
young : rea. DISEASES ,

People 9f :-i'.If1'the:'PucTt'1't: 'J'T who'attended A ron
Rear Spearrnan 1d''m Teach Fob, !"'." t. ..e. PrN' F..m'n.libst'''{ : t',,, it'./l lof ( 9WHEI
.. "' tfI'tiw'1
I >J Pr1'ers q"ndrhpa! !t I"'hps",for a DIU I.OXO'S C1JXIC r'Iht J .;) .
'UfJ '
i r YOUDA'treat: Alpha"; ,lover* are. taiga n liPfoCI rE'M\fI'1' to' Mr\ ;fern B s\v 1st Wt.Til ,,1 i woJ woJ DO IT NINTH THE .' ,, \ h 'f ;

t National Delta Chapter o tt \rlej Ut a. Willie M :Brown 3.27 oIft.J ,,:);rt t I mou'b'a f ,. '
a1 ?
""ta SororH1n 'or,' hU (r9ha.ti" tUI\OA( the lick Ilat. ... Roc''' :

IJ nnee Kappa that is nawn happy'She/fde; to a!,fi\_, FLn' oNh JtH t PTA meeting:, I --.1 fig M Twisting l' ':And"Rollers }

'J rltone, will step t""n,4IlJlltht} : March 5, .
for t ,
1 Who Will be vA haMists w :ji
fWr iledR Vour oun>>
P ople Friday 97atDI s'npportrar

sr.m. at. .? ,t.,.March/.xt SVaehingto!) Ti $l..c.tn14t..JIlu.) un.l, ''eart...!.. bowl. .FREE: .-. ;,. !- Call 13965$11p f .
aifdl'tFlum. 'Jabb rwoct)
Admission 50 cents.'wiJlf' V R. Williams, '


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TIMES -- MiAMI, FLORIDA Baptist Ministers' Ernes l.iW+ .Awl'_ M.'
Ernest lIutch; on, all

WM8M MEWS SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1962 PAGE IS Council VisitsChildren's plain PJoin.)fr1N\lolJJ!JftPtCKlhuMr., : > !e jle.utfa ..'(I

: !li ::=J iIIJ ,HomeThe ,
After luncheon' thef'TtsltedtheChildren'sIlonle
Watch out! WMBM will move Rawn Baptist Ministers' ,Councils School t'Md' the,
to Its new quarters on Miami Spearman To Sing In Rev. Thedford Johnson, president Old Folk Home '"'
Beach very soon. It will take held its, weekly meeting onj, Ministers presnet were Rev, T
the Dade Johnson, ReV. P. w: VJlftf mws,
at County
over the facilities and frequencyof Phi Delta Kappa RecitalAlpha Wednesday Children's Home at Kendall. Rev. W. B. Sims!,' ROY l {4a t 1ph
WMET 1490 on your dial Thompson, neT Jf: R;' Baitti t>f
Those appearing on the program)
WMBM will be programing 24 Delta Chapter of, the were: Mr. Robert Taro, superln-t IMtnini I ; Her. J. R. Rose, RevV;'W.'
day. National Sorority of Phi Delta ,tendent of the home;, Rev, Raymond .* C. .Edcar, Tfev; T. R."1iatrfsoh,
hours a Kappa will present Rawn Spear. I Sumrall, chaplain; Mr. Alj Her. W. M. Mucon,, secretary. 't I: ,:''"
"The History of tht Black man, barlntone in recital at 8:30: '
p.m. Thureday, March bade
8, ifl
Man", the recorded speech by T., County auditorium. .,., ...
M. Alexander, Sr. is selling very r OX 1.91516701 INW 15th..Ave.- Nite, 6343198For .'
well. If you have purchasedyour Mr. Spearman, .a graduate, of is, Funerals You! Can, Afford Call', '
record please dp,,so. The FloridaA and M University, he aY
for it la dona. heard a concert there by, Roland
$5.00 you pay r
Hayes that kindled an Interest in Funeral HomeCloth
!ton Service: to Foundation the WMBM We Community appreciate music, later he'wna chosen from Manker
the cooperation the Ministersare among 200 GI's at Ft. Bennltg

giving churched from, and the hope pulpit they oftheir to Stars"appear and as Infantry soloist chorus.in the Then"21 : r.y Cover ,Caskets '$126( ,up .

when his army stint was ended,
will continue to impress upon he became Metal Caskets
a member of the
the '"
congregations importance "
their of supporting the Founda famous Fisk Jubilee Singers. r O Nothing left to burderi you .

There h& soon established his( Social Can Tape car alt. !' f"'J,
tion ,right to a featured solo spot' 9 One's Security : I':: ,,? j (
,,'1,1 IJI
funeral arrangementsBusiness
'that "Ed '
Did you know' Cook"who 'In 1949
Spearman won the '
fills the airways with a va Marion Anderson Award. Next Managers Williani Norwood ; ;I.
riety bf mil Sic dally from 9 till Roland Hayes selected him as a Willie, Williams "., ,, ,I
10:39: a.fai. in graduate 1:30 scholarship pupil, and Other ,
till boon U a of Fisk tributes followed in rapid succession k ,," \,11''"
University? ? ? And is the proud : The John Hay Whitney .i
father of a, .baby .soft born, on Award, the Griffith. Music .d
)Feb. li,. Congratulations to Ed Foundation Award; the Award "Living Service for the'Living"
and Phyllis. of the American Theater Wing. 1 .jYStreet"

Blanche# .CaJlowuy,, executive Brilliant Bradley appearances '.e ",'"', :.1\'i.\,, t''V.'v <,' ,"f
director of WMBM CommunityService resulted, such 'as soloist In the
Blltten's "The Airborne"in
Foundation is back at Virgil Thompson-Certrude Stain :
out. Brrrrrrrrrrrr Baby, It ,was Opera Four Sains in Three Acts, the key role of Royal Bonaparte
her desk after ,a flying trip to which after its New York run, in Truman Grant's "House
Philadelphia. She la still thawing was taken to Paris as part of the of Flowers;" Stravinsky's "In
cold up there.. Miss Calloway 20th Century-, Masterpiece Festival Memoriam Dylan Thomas," the
commentated a fashion show, There, young Spearman won Producer's Showcase production
sponsored by the Sagamore Council the coveted ,Fontalnbleau schol.shipshlp of "Gloomer Girl" and as solo.
of Heritage House, a com.. entitling him to instruc. Lit with the New York Philhar
tlon at the, famous Chatean Music. monic Symphony at Lewisohn,
rold, but the fashion, show was, School..' Stadium.
munlty projecLTho weather was
red hot. Beautiful clothes, beau. After that, success came even
tiful audience and, a financial more rapidly. Ha was seen in REDUCE E Z
success.! The affair was for the the premier of Gershwin's "135th -
benefit of Heritage1 House The Lose 20 pounds weekly 1 Oscar L Range FuneroHome/
clothes worn toy Miss Callbway Effective medication, In.
were created and designed by SEE THE' SOUTH'S jections. Physician spec '
William Rutland a local cour. ializing. M. Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range, Mgr.

tlere. LEADING PSYCHIC COLORED READERCONSULT 1545 FR SW 3-2748 1st St. 5727 N.W. 17th Ave., : ': .> M

The Fine Arts Conservatory,
a public service feature of -- HER- OX 1-0131 OXvl-4343!
WMBM is heard every Sunday at
6:00: p.m. Mra. Ruth Greenfield, # Times" Ads Pay Off I ..- ..

the director of the Conservatory, I _.. ,.,.... _.r.r.__.,..w.-.r...*lMX.. K: ..X..:tfW..':.r...:......Wa....w-...:...........yr-'NY.. .... .
plans very interesting and cultural fliwB.lw.e.f.r.,...s.n.n'..,. ...-........'..u,_u...;.;..:._; :,.;...,..;.::;..._..._.......... .......M.
programs; .1r'tri1l
pr.-- !
butterball 'the' programing director LLet TOLD YOU SO 'II#
of WMBM la on the cor.
rcetivt eating diet and has lost <
15 pounds to date, "His Pick

Hit record Of played The Week"on all is a programs featured I' DREAMLAND ESTATES i ::11:11rill 1 t

daily. Copies of the record are her year of experience gold
awarded 25 lucky listeners week. and protect you throughout (lifas
ly. Listen in 10:30 a.m. till 1(00 lighthouse guide the ships IP
p.m. and 3:30, till 5:00 p.m. a storm. For success In business' IS JUST 5 ,MILES 'fit

He Vred has lIanna been in Is.'Tampa back iu for town.the and DON'T lovs.STAY I IN THE RUT., GET I Missile Plant

Past eight weeks as program dl. OUT NOW. BY THE HELP OF Booming 1t:
} YOU. :
rector for Radio station WRBB GOD SHE CAfS HELP f ,
a sitter station of WMIUi. He reports -. N ,
,"The station is really Jump Office Hours: Definite" rr
: '
\ (
Ing" Fred can be heard on this 9 a.m.. 9 p.mThurs. V 'N Feb. 1-Miami rald-"Aerojet'' I Ii' ., '. ;oJ ,
9 a.m.
station 6:00 till N ,
every evening .! "l >I"n dt ::1 2
>Iga.off with his "Rocket Ship 7 D."'. N Feb. 2Miami Herald-"Rocket Plant in 60 Day."t'/ ,
how" Incidently Fred product: DAILYSunday 1"," I ./ .; 'II/ ': .:',
Uon manager of WMBM. I Rise" 'I I': ,,1,'" It
1 2-Miami Hrald-.Land Costs Are Sure to
: Feb. ... 1'
Spotlight product of the week -A -
"Pet Milk" till next week, 10 a.m. 3 p.m.READING N t
YjN Price. Higher..in South Dade"
WMBM BC- sri Feb. 18-Miami lJerald-"Land : _. 1t

_NN..N.N.N..NN..NN.ANDREWS' ............. .
$1.00 Gets Big "Ay o",..'Dade 1tt
JEWELERS kH r Feb. 26-Miami News-"Aerojet*Zoning \ ;|jj 1t1t

EXPEKT WATCH AND n Years Experience in t!. Board Okay Change From,,Agricultural. \to.Indu.trial"n. '

CLOCK REPAIRS MADAMHUNTER i Change From, Agricultural to InduitrUr r.ojf"i f );?: /11! 1
.40 Years In: ,RnsineM: n ,
All'work'' guaranteed 1t

FR 3.0152 16F7 MIAMI N.W., 73rd FLA. ST. :I The first two sections of DREAMLAND'ESTATES( are IIt

303 N.W 2nd Ave.

--.-....--...,.........-....- Don't Writ' .-Call In Person t sold out}i As of March-12 --our,,prices Are going up.{y I 1

Who will be [' i office' --- J P'> ..
Miami Times, Ads I {fUi Call 691-5611 or come to our

'Get -Fast_ Results Miss Jabberwock? SIP i 5178 N.W. 17th Avenue 1 r ;l

!, BAMM'S- "'../-!- STORE For IJ Acres For $10 Down-$10 ,Mo._ i it

: The Warm Welcome ,
The Friendly Store,

1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 42376SSS TOTAL PRICE-ACT NpW

11 ,$795.00
Tonic ......._.N..NM.N.M.. 1.43 8pedaJ'nlea' Skin HN ii'
Scott's Emulsion ,,,. .......... ..98l.T5 Hair Crt'm'.ISO size._, L23 ,
Bleach A Glow Cream .75
L xton*. :0...1 _, "J pins tax ;
Estates:. 'Ii :
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Ladolln.. FloLiquid -. ,,,,,, ,,,, 1.75 07'Presrfnjf"'Ml' _..... .MT OUR NEW HOME
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I f'I-:1I'.. 1oL; Free' Dolls 1,1.9toy !
i Gifts 'of all description 'U eOuriaifaw! :;j 'y I 17i.; lJ '1
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( .; ',.:, OPEN DAILY A 8U3TOAT*--AM./ .,<.olO" ,P/W,, j t t.t' 1. 5178 ... ",, ,.',,oJ.,.

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Membership in The V Personal MentionMr. home of :Mrs Annette Love, 820 THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
15th St.
and Mrs. Llge Oliver of
YMCA Helps Youth! ; 'fampa attended a Scottish Rite to This Miami was In Miss eight Holly's years.first trip PAGE 16 SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1962
Mason? and the Rising Star
Mrs. Jeaftie Bethel
have Gr and Chapter OES of New ---
You undoubtedly btard: meeting held York who has been ,
the adage, "As the twig !U beat >ntly, Mrs. Oliver was the relatives In Miami visiting with
.o grows the tree." & guest of her slster.in'law, returned
j Helen home last week: While here she
Lawrence of Opa Your Watch Cleaned, Oiled Adjusted
Sometimes parents was the guest of her brother, ,
all our time we is spent struggling feel that} report ka. having Mr. a and very Mrs.wonderful Oliver George Bethel of. 1800 NW 18th Guaranteed ......................... $4.75

with stubborn twigs, getting them time with their family and many ate. .._ Your Portrait--Only ... :t"..'''''''''' $1.00 ;
started In the right friends here. Class
Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radios ''
There side. One are Is many the George forces WfublngJton on our Mrs. Ora D. Taylor of Ora D. 1st Mr with*. Ann the Smith Southland, featured Singers solo., Guaranteed! Watches .......... from $6.95 <: ., J

Carver Branch Young Men .Taylor ;Realty, Is attending the Is recuperating at home after a DAVID JEWELERS ,,' N '
Christian Association. National Association of Real Es 2-week confinement in Mercy "
broker, the first and is a mem. IIospl tal. 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR> 4-1822 f, .. l : I
The YMCA furnished competent I ton, D. C. this week. Mrs. Taylor -.. .
leadership to countless,youth H Miami's first broker to Join the ., --
and adults, guiding (hem Nation Association of Real Es. "
through games, hobbles and tate Brokers which met in In.
sports to the way of respectable dianapolls in 1955. She is! Miami Over 4,000 Customers Can't be Wrong!
citizens. The Y's program Is and Dade County's race woman
aimed through physical, mental broeker, the first and Is a mem* S. R. 22's Written While You Wait
and spiritual preparation for the ber of the National Hou sing
democratic way of life. It Is aid. Board which convenes during
ed by a few professional people this session in the nation's capital Service First as low as
all dedicated to the servlca of Mm. Taylor has received let. $5.40
youth and adults. ters and material from Rep.
Dante Fascell and Sen George InsuranceAgency Deposit
You may find out that gamesand Smathers with invitation to vis. Starts your Insurance
fun the Carver Branch big with them for the results ,of the unmedl.ately. .
to( offer your own children findings of
by this trip at a future '
etopping by the office at (770 meeting. .-- ""'JI .
NW 16th ave. .
Give your REV. DR. J. LUCY Miami Opa Locka
membership Miss Blanche
today Holly,
and help the YMCA to help the of Miami and now of New formerly York Guaranteed OF GREENVILLE success Have, s. 0. 3497 N.W. 7th Ave. 16300 N.W. 27th Ave.
community. City, arrived in Miami on Feb. loved ones strayed<< from you? Isjour NE 5-6355 NA 4.6612
I Lion 17 on trip.a short business and vaca. homo unhappy? Do y'o u .
need ? Are .
money you living under
World Day of Dr.:Miss A. Holly P. Holly, daughter, stopped of the late crossed conditions? Do you L --__ __-...._
at the want peace of mind? Do you
want to conquer<< your enemies?
Prayer March 9 If so make An pouttmeiit' with Brand New Homes /
The annual World Day of McGhaneysSpeak No charge It I fall For home
Prayer will be held Friday,, troubles love affairs and luck, Save Money !
March 9 in the churches of E. Albany, Ga.
It Is
now 2:30
Greater : a.m.
Miami Tuesday
and the outlying 1401 NW 70th Street Owner 1430 N.W. 59th St.
areas of Miami. Please let all February 27, 1962, as I continue Miami Florida at
pastors and laymen meet at have my story experienced.of real life and what I Phone OX 1.7340' 3-BEDROOMS 2 BATHS FLA. ROOM
some church that day and
The prayer centers will be pray an. I wo talking to this supposed Open Sunday 2.5 p.m.
to be leader TWIST! i iIt's 2161 N.W. 59th Street
on elation WMBM dur. a few weeks ago. He
twist to twist fromit
log next week and letters of In told me that he did not believe !in all..a You can do just away that at DUPLEX GOOD INCOME 811 NW 57th St.
formation will be read In the any organizations at all, unless
they the SATELLITE LOUNGE where Lots for sale Will build to orderS.
churches on Sunday were in his church
March 4 Mrs. or In
V. L. :ome other church. the atmosphere always prevails
Solomn, chairman He added that
Mrs. J. L. Dixon, is long as he was pastor, none -everynlte. BARON JE 8.1340 JE 2-4343
of his Popular prices no cover
chairman! of can be a leader 7th AVe. next to Jacl <;on's
such things '''
., .... I don't know but I heard a
Recreation at speaker who once said,, "Where ,
there -- -
Is -- -
no vision the people
North DadeThe perish"- -but what do the pastors
of today care about people? THE FIESTA PLAYHOUSEAt
God Is my health, I can't be sick,
County wide free
Throw God is
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Tournament was held Saturday, I quick,
Feb. 24 with each participant ha v. God b my all, I know
ing 100 shots. The winners from Since God and love and no truth fear, The Mary ,Elizabeth Hotel Proudly Presents

North Dade Senior Division were here art 642 N.W. 2nd Avenue fR 4-810S
Leon Phillips 75, and Leonard To be continued next week.
Phillips 74. The Junior ,division R. L. McGhaney
drew NfsbJt 65, -: i KELSAN
Thursday: March 8'at' 7130 .Jitlfr1
'. p.,m. will;be two adult volleyball LOOK
;:'games featuring the Rancher Have .
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