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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: March 10, 1962
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
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39TH.-.'. ,'YEAR YEAR NO. 32 I MIAMI,..FLORIDA, SATURDAY- MARCH 10, 1962 16 PAGES 10 Cents i.
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' Grand Jury Indicts 4 In VOTERS CRUSADE BEGINSMAMMOTH FOR Body Found Under House i IL ILA !



considerable amount of excitement strument. ':
DRIVE
TinDunawav's MurderA developed about noon on The body was first discovered'
last Sunday in the vicinity of by a group of children who were?
.. .. 3 Big Parades Saturday N.W. 14th Ter., between 3rd and playing in the yard where tho> I
woman and three men Were' commit a felony that ended in 4th Aves., when the body of a house is located. The children I

indicted Wednesday by the Grand murder. At the fame time, Millings woman, who was later identifiedas yelled ,and called a number of
is the beginning of the Elouise
Saturday Hymon, 42, was found adults, who in turn called Police. I
( also let free.
Jury in the tmirdef of A woman ina was "Ten Thousand or Bust" crusade. under a house at 357-A N.W. 14th tt' i 1
bolita stickup last October: Grand Jury !is said, to have Last Sunday almost one hundred Ten according: to the Homicide Police said Mrs. Hymon had! .
hear additional witnesses that volunteer workers pledged that Bureau ot the Miami Police De been rooming in the house under'which i

Mrs, (EUgenia Thomas, 37, wife were not available ifi the Court of tiny will REGISTER TEN THOU. partment. her body was found. It is** i

o! ..former MUriicipai ,Judge L E. : the J. P. SAND NEGROES. Police said there's no question and known that that she,she and had her a boy-friend boy-friend! I>

Thomas, surrendered at the Dade I Highlighting this week's activities !- but that the woman was brutally had engaged in a heated argumenton I
indictment
The charges againstthe
in an effort to bring the Crusade murdered and that her head had
County Jail but wds Idler releasedin four: "That On Oct. 28, 1961, for.Voters to the public, high been smashed in with a blunt in- Saturday evening' The boyfriend 1
is have
$5,000 bail. In perpetration Of a robbery or inn stepping school bands will participate alleged to : beaten'
Mrs. Hymon severely on Saturdayfibown
attempt to perpetrate a robbery, -
Except: by court order, the first in parades in Liberty City, :light after which Police were
they did kill find murder one Beatrice
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Central Miami.
and
Coconut Grove
degree murder charge is not a by shooting her galled, but Mrs llymon refused to
bailable offense; but Mrs.: Thomas' pith Dunaway pistol' The routes of the parades are as sign a complaint aghast the b,,y*
a
attorney, Judge Vincent Giblin, follows: friend.
secured it from Circuit Judge Ro Beatrice (Tiny) Dunaway was Liberty City-71st St., west to 15th: Police were still investigating
bert L.' Floyd. allegedly held up by Henry and Ave., south to 62nd St., east to he case and looking for the boy-
Simpson in an apartment across '14th Ave., north to 63rd St., tivnd up to late Thursday: att r-
Aubrey Henry 27 and Clarcncs
the street from the Thomas home,
10:00 .
: a.m. loon No arrest had been made
Simpson December, 28 and, ,had been bound held'over':SInce 1656 N.W. 5th PI. She resisted the' Central MIami-14th St. to 3rd ,n the case up to that time.
were Jo jobbers and was shot., Ave., south to 7th St., east to 2nd .
the Grand .
Jury at a Peace Justice
'
Ave north to 11th St., west to
,
hearing: in January. John f.MilJ- Mrs. Thomas is charged by MIami -
Booker T. Washington High 7ih Sireol} Hole!
ings, 38, was arrested Tuesday police with picking out the -
School, 10.30: a.m.
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nightMrs I place as a bolita checkup spot Grove 1:00 p.m.Goinaeast
Coconut : '
:Thomas exonerated :at I Ordered Closed
was which could be robbed Grand Ave. and LincolnDr. ';' .
the J.P. hearing, of the originalcharge the actual killers use her enclose ., all on the principal streets will .'.' ,;_:, _ restaurant. .
The Florida hotel and
that she had conspired ; porch a* a lookout. ,,\' .''.. ....
toI I be paraded, the march ending at ';'i,1'\; : ; '.,., ,.,,... commissioner on Wednesday ordered '-
-- 43670 Grand ,Ave. ( : two hotels closcd for violating

This is our big opportunity to LL ,. I"i health, safety and sanitary regu. I
prove that the Negro vote counts. e..dIWIi "i'I: ';; lations. ,
NOW. The books ';"w : ; '\..., ,, t "
Plan to register ; :1,., Orders were signed by Commissioner
: !
I 'vill be open every day from 9:00: "0 ; ),};. R. A. Ricdel ngnirfU the' e
I rm. to 9.00: p.m. at the following Bachelor Hotel, 65 N.E. 6U1 Stand I
I locations, and from 9:00: am. to the Northwest Seventh StreakhIoteL
W :7:00): p.m. on March 6, 8,13,15: and 320 N.W. 7th St.

22: ;"I have novr seen' anything1.. f'
Opa-Locka North Dade High lik* this in life! ," ho snid. "It. ,,1
y Mrs. Margaret Jenkins Humes, my
.School, 1840 N.W. 157th St. f'
is important to have low income1
Y Brown Sub Ncal's Super Market registered Medical Technologist, Is !II
housing, but even though it is aslow >
4825 N.W. 27th Ave. the new laboratory director at '"
I 50 cents a night there is no-
Christian Memorial Hospital as
Of.
Registration /
Miami County ,
need for stench filled quarters. -, ,
Mrs Humes is a 1051 graduate
lice 116 W. Flagler St. ''
Some of the conditions ho noted'(
of Booker T. Washington High and
Liberty. City Liberty Square
are improper lighting, heating,
N.W. attended Wayne State University,
6304
Community Center, '( J'
ventilation and overcrowding
14th Ave.Coconut DetroIt Michigan, where she received
Grove Store Building, her degree) in Medical Technology "Some of the sleeping quarters:
3670 Grand Ave. This was followed by a were the equivalent of wheru oao
Perrine, Richmond Heights Rich one-year internship at the Veterans might put a horse-a small horse,'"
mond Heights Drug, 14338 Lincoln Hospital at Dearborn, Michiganand he added.
Blvd. the Woman's Hospital of Detroit Some of the mattresses were full
Let's make CRUSADE FOR Michigan. of holes, and tha bathroom ventilation -
VOTERS A-OKAY ,Mn. Humes resides at 1330 N.W. did not comply with .
The committee thanks the participating 58th St with her mother, Mrs. tions. The licenses of both paces
F 'j units and the people who Charity Jenkins will be suspended, ho said.

have given of their time to make

... -- .,. .... this a success. Special mention
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baue L. Osgood, President of tho I Booker T. Washington High School,
ed at the Congress of Colored Pa Carver high Northwestern High,
ing of and Teachers, and Mn.i Phyllis Wheatley Elementary,
Colored : Sweeting, President of Dade Jllle C. Evans, Orchard Villa,
Gently P.T.A. Council greet An- lolmes, Doney Junior High, Doug-
h..oolin Hatcher (right), President las and Liberty City Elementary.
Haitourt Assistant Press Secre- The steering committee for r i. IJ i
the Dade at meeting in West Palm Saturday's parades is headed by ,
that the Charles Hartley and Clarence Pat-
Dade t.erson. 'ilfi

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creditable while Heads MAN SHOT BY WOMAN It11r II

schools. as
I'.n

bership.A. DURING ARGUMENT ,..r.
L. i inalioN
da,.'was Leonado Santos Viegt an ap

Harper :, i One of the most', parent Cuban with no address
pacity for statements against racial listed, was'Shetland seriously injured .
Ing,:in religious discrimination ever r during"an altercation which
as state by a group of college,ad.I I occurred early ,Monday morningnear f r I '
on the Cballenge"A. tt.1t rt and, professors stands 779 N.W. 0th St., aecordhig rd j Y''
a' official policy of the 17th I'to the Homicide Bureau of the ,f
SAOwas Conference on Higher I:Miami Police Department.Ruth

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Hunt, 25, 2101 N.W. 3rd I "'M. -
tional an 82454 vote, the conference .
and "that, federal funds Ave, wa* arrested by Police at a Lee Miller Brown, e&atrman of ,; the' photo are, standIngs *
aspect in the case. Miss, Hunt Leuie Carole Hod- .. '
Atlanta, the various programs of the Junior Heart Araociatfoa at Haynes '
assistance to higher educa was later charged with aggravated Mays High, reported today. that ion, Rate Horn, Rosa L. Johnson
Also be disbuned only to those In. sssault on Viegt him l group, consisting of 67 men Carolyn Howard, Morris I'

pant* dW'' which' do not discrimi Both Miss Hunt and Viegt told ban, was the only group of 17 Johnson .Christie Bums, Lee
other participants to reach Its Miller Brown, Bonnie Floyd
lag or exclude on grounds of I conflicting stories to Police. Miss I
Johnson, color, religion or national I' Hunt said that Viegt was molesting quota. Tote. group, be said'! raised Geraldine Smith.

District ." her and that she shot In self $191. Kneeling: Colombu. Brown .I!
mentarian vote came after David B. II. I' defense. Viegt on the contrary, February 24 was designated Joepblne King, Barabara A.
tion of ; assistant to the provost of told the officers that Miss Hunt a hearts* "Tag Association.The Day' for. the Junior Brown, Saondra Williams, Alice A
liam UnIversity opposed the reso had molested him. Carey, Charles Hudson.
who as "completely) impractical" purpose of this orcaolsa.
ficers.3ftrme. "an invitation to the federal Jeraldlne Weaver 23, of 463 Ion Is to stimulate student Inter Not shown: Shirley Oliver,
i to monitor the admis tf.W, 4th St., was also arrested in tnt In field of science. The or. Rloulst Roberts. Linda Jones, '''I' "
meeting policies of every Institution the case as a material witness. sanitation further strive to prepare Carolyn Williams, Booker T.
gram--A learning in the country," Police are still investigating. one for a career fa science. Rice, Derrick Bryant "




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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA .. -. .. Mississippi Travel Bias Laws

PAGE 2 SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1962 IN AND AROUND (

THE BAHAMAS Ruled Out By Federal CourtA


For Beach Buses ;, federal court l.i Jackson The decision resulted front the
Prayer Miss. was inetruud: by the U. S. trial of 200 freedom riders who
Miss Audrey Sherman and Gar were arrested In Mississippi Thd
land Dean were marled at Faith Supreme Court ')n Monday to opinion said, "The question it
Held On Courthouse StepsDeeply Temple on February 24. The lay aside that etaier travel, segregation no longer open. It U foreclosed."
bride is the daughter of Mr. and mre ac 'uicuutltution- Alabama courts wore also directed
concerned over the Mrs. Addington Sherman, form.erly al by the high court .to act
plight of workers trying to get of Duninl and the groom is within five days on the questionof
to their Miami Beach Jobs without i Southern Area Links the son of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. The court !1''''d It has "eettled ball for the Rev F. L. Shuttle
transportation, New York's To FloridaTAMPA Dean of Fulff Head. beyond question that no state worth, a Negro minister earring
26-year-old Rev. Milton Perry, may require racial segregation of 90-day sentence in a Binning
conducted a prayer on the stepsof i Southern Area Basil Roland: Peetes. a nativeof Interstate or intrastate transpor ham jail on a breach Of' the
the Dade County Courthouse Links will enjoy many social St. Kith" and a crew mem. tation faclitles. .I also declared peace charge
Televised by BTW and other events when they convene in the tier of the cruise ship "Evange. that there was no necessity for a -
Sunshine State of West Floridaon with al. three.Judge federal panel to val.
television stations the Reverend tine, was fined $2 8 0 an
Perry dramatically portrayed to : March 17, 18. ternatlve of two months impri uate the 186ues.NOTICE Jack Cordon,

newsmen the plight ol uomestlcs I St. Peters'burg-Tampa' Chapter sonment and three month in pri. Dedicates SchoolAt
and other Beach workers attempting I will be hostesses to scores of son for unlawful possession of
to get to the Beach by Links who plan to attend the dope marijuana. OF 12:45: p.m. Monday March
private transportation in lieu of Spring meeting. Link Linda Red. Peetes was carrying: a canvas 12th, WMBM will present as fc
the strikebound bus. Some privatecar dick of the Orlando chapter, who sack with !:.e drugs weighing I'I'APPLICATIONFOR public service a portion of the
< owners are charging the la Area Chairman, will preside. almost three pound), when he dedication ceremonies held at
workers as high as 50 rents per Several National officers also oas arrested by Det. Sgt. Paul James Weldon Johnson Elemen.
person. Poor people are in a will be in attendance.A Thompson and Det. L. Cpl. Emerson PARDONNotice tary School on March 6th. Mrs.
strain Reverend Perry asserted. Haines. It is estimated that Ethel Primus, principal. School
Hospitality Soiree after the the contents could have been i is hereby given that, Board member Jack Gordon will
The Rev. Mr. Perry, said be public meeting Friday at retailed for $4,500 and could LEONARD JOHNSONage epeak.
became congnizant of the probe Tampa's Greek House, luncheonon haw, been used to make 2,000 to 48
of 7601 NW ,
15th Avenue
lem when workers asked him to Friday at 2 p.m. at St. Petersburg's 2,200 cigarettes.The Miami -
in the Florida, has filed an application
for their condition Gibbs: Junior Collar the
pray ; with the Florida State to file the same at once with the
citywide revial he is conducting formal banquet at i'ampa'ebeautiful !
Board in Tallahassee. In
Pardon Board, for a full pardon Pardon
at the Longshoreman Hall on Busch Gardens; Cocktail interior of a house in
2nd Avenue. To meet the sprl111'11needa Party after banquet; Breakfast Kemp Road, owned by Mr. and from a .sentence and period of the absence of any objections to
full
the
of the people working, Sunday morning are some of Mrs. John Frazer, was destroyedby confinej rnt which he received in this requested pardon
Board be to
Pardon expected
Rev. Perry scheduled a 6 a.m. the affairs Links and contacting fire on Feb. 22. No one was the y",ar 1937. Anyone having I' can
service, "I believe God is goingto Links will enjoy while at the present at the time o' '.ne fire. any objections to a full "ardonbelnt proceed with the necessary mea.
alleviate this problem. The meeting. Police are investigating. granted to the above sures for granting the tame.
newsmen have asked me to bring named, Leonard Johnson, is asked March 17, 1962
the situation to the attention *>: Fishing and golfing have been
Octavio Cuevas, Metro transit planned for Connecting: Links for A 1 .foot long whale weighing
manager. From all indicationsthe Saturday while the Links are in approximately 2,000 pounds,
Beach buses will begin to roll business meeting. was found ashore at Durrows
on the first of the week. God Harbor, South End, Long Island e
answers prayers". recently.
PINK LADIES' !
The Rev. Mr. Perry concludes ,
his Miami meeting on Sunday I Allen McQueen, charged with
March 11, with a special reporton TEA SUNDAYMuch I killing his wife, Rocelyn, on the iFAEE r vt
foreign missions by Rev. and night of October 24, 1960, was
Mrs. A. T. Turner, returned Mis. i enthusiasm is s.iuwn by on trial on Feb. 26. Theo Mc-
flonary from British Honduras, the Pink Ladles and the entire Queens had ''been separated for
in the afternoon and a special deliverance public when they will entertain some time.ALPHAS.
service at night. with a Pink Tea for the benefitof
the Christian Hospital Sundayat
the Hampton House. Quite a TO MEETThe
UNCLE OFMIAMIAN unique and Interesting program
will be rendered and Mm. Willie
E. Williams, secretary of Booker Lambda monthly Chapter meeting Alpha of Phi Beta DELIVERY D R U G
DIESMr. T. Washlnton High School, will\ Alpha
Fraternity will be
held
preside. All members and for. Satur
mer members of the board of the day March 10. 1962, at 9:00
I. W. Pharr of Rock Hill, P.m. at the
home
of Bro.
S. C. died on Feb. 24th at his Christian Hospital are invited to Range, 1631 Patrick I
home. be preseent. NW 57th Street. HAROLD JOLLIVETTB. Manager

All ladles are invited to bea &.r.fO "'_'.."_.".,.___. ___&_ ._.__, .. .... ..... --.I
Mr.Mr. I.Kelsey W. Pharr Pharr was, well an known uncleof i may part enroll of this name great and effort' address and alt ft',.; h;..... ..&......-.-..;t.-- :-MIA.: -n.--n t;... .. .. ..! ., ...r".t.. ., ., .. .,.....rDW". ..?.." .".\-=.."..........'"Qr.t.-.w.-.:.";......-.'.a.- ..."l-"li'........:.;.0. .Ft.'!,

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W. Pharr, was also the father. small joining fee and small .
in-law of Mrs. Alberta Clark amount for monthly dues. The t
Pharr, who herself is a daughter objective is to help In every ri DREAMLAND
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Clark, way our own Christian Memorial 111 ESTATES !
Sr., of 629 NW 11th Terr. in Hospital.
Miami. This group was organized at
the St. John B Baptist Church by
Funeral Services for Mr. Pharr Miss Marie White and the Rev. ,Ui
were said last week THANKS YOU
in
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Johnson.
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!!!ttu tJ t Ifl. ..1. II NEW FAB (WFAB) United Home THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA ..

SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1962 PAGE 3
Owners Eelect I
Will NEWS ON THE AIRBy

Kemp
1. .'IIIIIIUlll.IT China VallesA
Balanced PTA Is The McGhaneys .
Look alike Our new engineer, swinging new radio station la Eugene Kemp, popular mem. 't
Jack Cardwell, could be a doublefor ber of civic and fraternal organizations For BTW
on the air. WFAB at 990 on the Mar. Menu SpeakI
George Ctaebeis. He talks and was elected presidentof
look Just like him. Welcome to dial. Station manager Arthur the United Home Owners As.
Wednesday, March 14, has been now continue my story, from
the station of WMBM; Gordon says, the irnilo format sedation of Dade County at their experience about why to
my
balanced PTA-dIf3us'
set for a
will feature a Latin beat be. monthly meeting at the beau. many people don't KO to Church.
tiful home of Mr. and Mrs. sion and program-to be center. of the
tween 6 p.m. and 2 n.m. and Well, I have learned some
Butterball haa. runabout Kemp on Feb 2i. ed :around: what makes a good
cruiser and he goes fishing dally Rhythm and Blues, between 2 Mr. Kemp is the able manager PTA. reasons.
between shows. You should have a.m. and 6 p.m. of the Liberty Square Here is Just one. The way I
seen the "big, fish" he caught. Housing Project and a memberof Members of the local Future see it from eelf experience, is
D. J. personalities are: "The of America Club,
Teachers pa.
Th one that got away Ohl I Was that when to church you
the Carver YMCA Board of you go
House Of China Show with rents and teachers will join in
it big! go to find peace, love and bro-
the
Management. lIe is successorto
China Valles from 6:05 to 9 the for
: a.m. discussing: ingredients a '
find it
Mr. J. 0. Smith of WMBM. therhood. But you don't
Followed by Richard Eaton, balanced Parent.Teacher Association .
Did you know that Rev. Ira president of United Broadcasting, Mr. Kemp was appointed in now.a.days.You
MoCall was born in Hastings, Inc. with your "Unity View charge of public relations and have to act like a childIn
Flat lie received his educationat historian, Mra. Velma Johnson The meeting will be held from
point, an Inspirational pro the beginners class in Sunday
Vocational and for all was elected vice pres. Carlton 8 to 9 p.m. in the school audl. the
Hastings re gram with a message School, to get a smile from
ceived his divine calling to the from 9:05: to 9:20.: Finley bus mang., Mrs Anna J. torium. Paistor.

ministry at the age of 16. Tillman, recording secretary; A treat !is in store for
Following Mr. Eaton's "Gospel Mrs. Harriett Sharpe, financial special Those are the kind of men he
Crusade, a program dedicated to secretary; Alfred Battson, trea. the group with the most parentsin wants for his official board, and
The Cooks (Phyllis and Ed) religious music and the word of surer; Charles Anthony, chap attendance. those are the kind he gets. I'm.
have named the new baby (a God. Let us all rejoice and sing lain.The Special numbers will be rendered sure you know what and who I
boy), Edward B. Jr. What else praises to God Almighty. He is president outlined his program by students, the school patrol mean. If not, I will tell you lat..
our salvation, trust in Him and for the coming year. will be featured, in a unique er.
fear no evil. Your church can All of the!*! members gave rising method of the Pledge of Allegiance .
He that God keepeth is well
Blanche Calloway, one of the broadcast Sundays! from 10:05 vote of support for the pres. and audience participation ,
kept.
newly appointed members of the a.m. to 12 noon. ident's program. in singing PTA songs will
Greater Miami Urban League Jcfford Smith, reporter round out the program. Thanka for reading.
"The Crown Prince of theDlues"
Board, met with the group for i May God bless you all.
the fins t time on Wednesday. (McKinley Williams) Another hghlight of the even. Richard J. McGhaney
Feb. 21. The Urban League is rooks and rolls his way right into 3 Rattlers on All ing will be reeports from the re.
dedicated to working to Improvethe your hearts. cnt state PTA Congress held In O<2 West Palm Beach. Arts. and
economic position of Negro LOOKHave
From 12:05 follow the
: p.m. SIAC Team
Crafts made by students of
workers in all areas in which he I noon edition of "The House of
Booker T. Washington for the forgottenTrue.dell'
may be qualified.WMBM you
and China he
Show"
China says, Tuskegee Institute/ Ala. PTA Congress display will be
loves you madly Back to the : The uncanny Florida A and M shown to the group by former Beauty Shop?
Crown Prince of the Blum from Rattlers three There it is cool quiet and
will be going all night University placed State PTA Arts and Crafts ,
3:05: to 6 p.m., spinning all of the the first team of the Chairman
loon 1490 on the dial. players on Mrs. Maydell Draynon. private
R&D music of the day. And if you All-SIAC tournament here
squad< Mrs. Braynon its now the historian
like Latin. music (and who does last week. The team was pickedby for the state group. 1265 NW 71st Ter.
Are interested ? not. you'll enjoy "Latin Beat"from coaches and
you in bowling visiting! sports
It's really catching on Good 6:05 to 2 a.m. with top writers attending the 29th annual Samuel Cleare, Sr., is program Phone PL 8-0169
for your midriff and bay win. Latin personalities. Then you're SIAC tourney held here in Lo. chairman and Mrs. Annie M. Elizabeth T. Merchant
Invited ,to FAB's Blue Room Johnson PTA
dow. Form You Hall. president.
a team. can get gan
free instructions. from 2:05 a.m. to 6 a.m. for Receiving berths on the first I Athony Gardner, principal Owner and Operator
mushrooms and night people, a team from FAMU were: center Come have your hair done
swinging show playing a cross Walt Kennedy of Tuskegee In. the Excelsior
Stephen Iledman, General section of swinging R and B stltute, guard Waite Bellamy of AnnouncementLiberty WayIndf
Manager of our merchandising song Palmetto, and forward Billy
department, announces the spot. Professional Beauticians
Barnes of Mariana. Forward *
Well, lover, until next week
light product of the week: Miller I
Smith of Clark and Unit No. 55 Who Will be
Charlie presents
Hi Life. Till next week WMBM that s it. The new FAB in MiamiIs
BC. swinging 24 hours a day, guard Linberg Moody of South from the Charleston to the
broadcasting at 5000 Watt from I Carolina State were the other Twist on Fashion Sunday Miss Jabberwock?
offices and studios In the Royal two members of the 1962 team ,
Falcons Wind Castle Bldg., 1034 BiscayneBlvd. Moody was named the tourna. March 11, from 4 to 7 p.m. .
Up ., and remember FAB loves mentis "most valuable player." at the beautiful Mi Club.

you madly, The Rattlers defeated the 1900 NW 75th St. Miami Times Ads
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79 for the championship. Clark Donation $1.50
Dade County College Falcons Richmond Heights defeated LeMoyne, 104-91, for Tables Free Get Fast Results
(Northwestern) defeated the the consolation A and M is un.
Hampton Junior College of Ocala American LegionThe defeated in 25 contests this fa- --
by the score of 82 to 65 last Fri. son and will represent the STAC
day night. This was the final con. in the NCAA Regional Playoff in

ference them game a record for the of Falcon 8 win, giving and. mond Heights American, Legion William of Henry Rich. Akron, Ohio, March 9. Houses Houses !

Bethel Post No. 281 is
urgingall
l 3 losses for the season
veterans to join us in our
4: The Falcons will play the strong I drive toward making this a ban. When you leave the Dogs at This is your great opportunity to buy a home I
4 Patrick Air Force Base of Cocoa ner year. We have on a cleanup Hollywood Kennel Club -
this: Friday night, in tae North drive once a week around the Stop in at the 'We are out for business t
western gym. Then, on Saturday Community Center We are pro.
they played the Homestead Air Dressing wonderfully, and we SEE THESE HOMES CALL US COME BY
Force Base. This concluded the hope with your cooperation, we Paradise Club
home games for the season will continue to do much better.. New and like new homes3BEDROOM

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Remember wherever there Is
\ unity there is strength. 1. 1411 N.W. 43rd Street

For further information con ;i WA 39255 2. 1001 N.W. 45th Street

({ WirWomen Steward tact the following Post Commander officers: Joseph 14660 Aaron Pridgen 3. 4740 N.W. 19th Avenue

F1Imor St.; Edward Hanna Jr., Bartender 4. 7021 N.W. 29th Avenue
14780 Tyler St., or Murray James
5. 3001 N.W 67th Street
Jr., 14380 Carver Drive. Thanksyou Bonnie Watson ,
very much for your patron. 6. 2900 N.W. 68th Street
age. Barmaid
7. 3261 N.W. 48th Terrace2BEDROOM

a Murray James, Jr.
Gregg lIamm, Manager
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JUST BROWSIN'

r By Paul R. Henry


The AME Church is having its
'roubles. A group of ministers
charge that Bishop F. Jordan of
,others are pocket.
and
Main Office at 0740 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone OX 1.0421 California
:Branch at 1112 N.W. Third Ave. Miami rlot< -Phone FR 32230 'n'* funds raised for the Missis.opera.
tlon of Campbell College
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II. K. SIGISMUND KKKVES, Editor and Publisher slppl. The group, pastors in the
fJAKTH O. REEVES, Managing Editor 8th Episcopal, District under
Bishop Jordan, have asked the
lIt..t'ec.1 as Second Clwss !Matter, August 0, 1027, at the Post Office Hind's County Chancery Courtto
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1870 strip these church officials of
their power In connection with
SiniSCIUPTION RATES the school and to appoint a receu .r
OXK YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOUEIGN $6.00._ ver for the college.

:Member of the Associated Negro Pre .
:Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association Atlanta has not as yet de.
terminal restau.
segregated the
"CIIKDO OF TilE NEGRO PRESS" rant In that city. At least so It College rector can be above dJs
TUU NEGRO PKKSJS believes that AmericA can best lead the world Only last week a the. The famed Talladega Ihe peen
appears. cussing Itinerary of thl'choir's
from racial and national antagonisms when it accords to every mantvjcordiess ology student from Atlanta University Choir will be presented by the concert, tour with
of race, color or creed, his human and legal righto. Hating filed a $ 26,000 suit in Brownsville ,Junior high School memberA of the choir. some
>KI' man, fearing no nuin-the Negro Press striven to help every mann federal court against the restau. at its new auditorium on March The Miami Talladega Alumni
the firm belief that all men are hurt as long as anyone is held for refusing him
(back. rants manager 25 at 5 p.m. This versatile group group is collaborating in bringing
service and having him arrested. the choir to Miami.
has music at it/3 command, cov.er.Ing -
..1 abgoOlI; government Is a blessing to the whole earth- a wide range of interests, The Miami Times will keen
Jefferson Cleve'anders are raising funds both classical and popular. The you informed concerning thE II'
for the erection of a monument I. well known Frank Harrison dl forth coming appearance.
THE SEASON OF LENT '0 the memory of Colonel '-

Wednesday of this week was Ash Wednesday The Charlej Young who died while
serving as a military attache to LIVE ON' THE BEACH? Save Life
I a -
:first day of Lent.Episcopalians. he American Ambassador in Wo know what it means to make I
Roman Catholics, Lutherans and Or- Monrovia, Liberia In 1922. Col. the best of jour one nite off. ;
.thodox and other churches held the usual services with Young was the senior Negro off!. Thursday nice at SATELLITE Drive Carefully!
"cr in the U. S. Army when the LOUNGE Is just the means to.
'the distribution of ashes. United States entered World War I" hat end Continuous entertainment .
Lent is the time for self discipline. This is not an easy I. He was a West Point graduate every nite of the week

matter, but it is necessary if one is to keep one's life under Miami's Mont SATELLITE Intimate Lounge. SUGAR lc pound

'control. Sometimes the appeal is made to self-expression BItFe'>all fans are reminded that 0222 N.W. 7th Ave.
to justify the doing impulsively of what seems desirableat Miami Stadium is completely in. Japanese Hand Paintings
te''rated when they out Sun. Your portrait in Oil
the moment. Really it is not self-expression at all. It is go
day to watch the Baltimore Orl.o'es Advertise It I Copied from SnalJfoohot
just as much a part of oneself as the emotions, and any entertain the New York Pays! See page 0
,true self expression in restraining and directing emotional Yankees Garth Reeves of the I ------ ,r.. .... .. ..

reactions., The little child impulsively reaches for the of Miami the Times Miami and News Bob negotiatedwith Kleinberg FOR SALE

pretty red hot heater, but experience soon teaches him the Orioles management for
that he is better off to restrain the impulse and control his thA change last spring. 2-BEDROOM CBS

actions. This means training and discipline.
Similarly, the Christian learns that there are moral Many people are not aware of TILE ROOF A AWNINGS FENCE

and spiritual controls in which he must school himself. 't but the Nurses Training Extra room, like new
Program (not practical nurses -
The season of Lent is a means provided for that end. It registered nurses) at Jackson $14 a week to qualified; )buyerS
may be difficult to tabulate the results of a well-kept Lent, Memorial Hospital is now opento
but the cumulative benefits of a period of Lenten discipline the entire community. Thereare .e 1648 N.W. 73rd Street ,

year after year can scarcely be questioned in the In th openings" September for 1962 160 studente class. Cull owner, HI 6-3524;

building of the Christian life. There ,may be no particular nights and Sundays, MO 5-5004

venture in giving up something: here and there but thereis The Dade County Junior Col-

a great venture in learning to control one's desires, and 'ege: will also begin its Nurse! '"J. :;'"-
in the positive exercise of one's spiritual faculties. Lent Training:; Program In September.

consists in doing something, not merely in doing without Apn'icants"pted and are Negro now students being will acc .' Grapefruit Juice, pint 12c

something.: bf accented and trained along
t a a a e with the whites at the new Opa TIDE lOc
Locks For ,
campuS more information
'!'POLITICALThe contact any nurse in the VINEGAR, pint lOc
'ommunltv. They will be glad to
Metro Commission last Thursday unanimously
approved help you get into nursing school Royal Arms or Golden Key
rezoning of 75,000 acres of land in South Dade

County for the building of a rocket engine plant. Purchasers CANNED MILK lOc
of the property are the Aerojet-General Corpora- More Integration Did you
know that Burdlnes and Jordan CLOROX Gal.
t.on. Most of the land ,was owned by Everglades National Marsh are now serving NegroesIn 50c

Park and Arthur Vining Davis' Arvida Corporation. their dining rooms? If you CHEER: I Reg....; . 27c
S S S S nut up a neat dignified appear. "'.t< ".
ance. you will be surprised at the
Wednesday in a joint session of the Metro Review number of places that will serve Folger COFFEE, 2 Ibs. 85c

Board and the Crandon Committee that is seeking vou without hesitation

,changes in Metro charter it was urged that Dade voters Pillsbury Plain or Self Rising I.'

.should decide the issue at the ballot in May. I Here's a pitch that no doubt FLOUR, 2 Ibs. 16c 5 Ibs. 38c
However the charter board does not favor placing on Tl'l b*' unpopular but most crltl. ..
M!'m Is. We'! wish the school of. Maxwell House COFFEE lb. "
the ballot a plan to change the court's setup. Metals or individual prlncpalufonld 59c

The Commissioners will meet on Friday to determine I make it mandatory for all Fluffo or Spry, 3 Ibs. 70c i
which of the committee's recommendations. will be plac- nale teachers to wear coat and I,
,ed on the ballot. ties' at work. Our teachers look Many more ...ving.. Come in and compare prices I
o unprofessional' In slacks and
Among changes recommended are : Reducing the iports shirt It's hard to dlstlntifch ROSS' RECLAIM
,size of the commission from 13 members to 10. the men from the boys. GROCERY

Raising the chairman's salary from $6,000 to Maybe we're old fashioned, but 2971 N.W.62nd Street
$12,500 re thln'c If a teacher wants to be L C. Ross, Prop.
and nine commissioners from $6,000 to 10000. iccented us a professional, he .
rtiou'd at least look like .DI""' olt _-.,_
Limiting power of the county manager to appoint one. ,
major department heads without approval of the commis -

sion. J. R. E. LEE ELEMENTARY

Forcing appointed oounty officials to resign if they J R R Lee Elementary PTA FOR YOUR GROCERY AND

want to run for public office. '9 sponsoring 1tf'a on Sunday,
S t S f t March 1 t. Ticket are $1.00 for SUNDRY
NEEDS
TRY A
idults and 50 cents for pupils.
City Manager, Melvin Reese
and his commission were Delegate to the State PTA
at loggerheads this week over his rights to fire employees invention in Palm Beach was HANDYJoe's
if they believe he is too tough. Mrs. Sarah Anderson our presi '.

Vice Mayor Henry Balaban raised objection to Manager dent.er delegates Thprwerf'who also came eight up oth.on j '. "

Reese overruling the Civil Service Board In the case Saturday to the meeting.

j of Police Officer Willie Nicholson who was found innocent The Parents Florida and Congress Teachers of Colored Market

on a charge of conduct unbecoming an officer. ,'ented JRE Lee a merit award pre-in
Reese said the criticism ,by the board was unfair and recognition/ of a well planned

unjust. "The rules now make the responsibilities mine." orogram! and study group which And Don't .,
was so proudly received. We are Forget'
He would recommend changing the charter if the commissioners 'ooklng forward to seeing every.
didn't want him to exercise his authority. one on Sunday.
In Nicholson's case he said he had not received theboard's Mrs. Alma Perry, reporter
bin
W. C. Ball, principalDLt."E
transcript until Tuesday .and could hardly have WISEPotato

acted any faster. :, H
S DAYS?
I 'Mn't hare '
em Hare
your
.... The Florida Legislature has on its agenda a bill that rlend to meet' yon at onr "Away

would eliminate property tax on homes which have a tax From"'*v there's It All something atmosphere going Every on. ChipsIN

1 assessment of up to $15,000 and which are occupied by Plenty free I""I"Inr' t rr-vr"" en.trancev .
theIr'owners.. "Out of this world". But

Thejsecretary of the'treasury has prepared the bill, he price SATELLITE are down to earth. POPULAR SIZES

and the consensus of opinion is that it will become law. 223 '.W. 7th Are.
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". NOT BETTER BUT BEST 8 PersonaDMention THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
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.; ;.1. HOMES OPEN SUNDAY 1-5 P.M.
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.;: James L. Forbes of 1840 NW I SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1962' PAGE Swept
1. ,A most comfortable home at ,
1' 3BEDROOMCBS 631'd. st. msjitly visited Baltimore
1058 NW 47tli street. Neat clean,
Md. to attend the gradua. "
furnished except.one bedroom. HOMES surgery last week. list Convention of Florida attd
Corner' tion of her peon, Wilbert, at Mor .
lot. fiundeck. A lot tor
Dr. 'Finlayeon is minister of a vice president of the NajloualBaptiat
jour money. Total price 12800. gan State College, While In Bal.
111416,86; : :1541 N.W. 55th St. Macedonia Baptist Church of this Convention of America, I
montjbJy. | timbre, Mrs. Forbes was the
city,' president of the Hatn Hap Inc.

2.: An investment t In.. large At, $400 DOWN Nathaniel house guest Butler< of Mr Sr.and of 1213 Mrs. "" ,T IT..........T IT.......... ,.."lY.>T.,Y.lY.,Y.,Y.lY J ..
'home. with a cottage and an ef. flclency. Income takes care of also visited Philadelphia and
payments. See corner 40th St. City water, side walks, tile Trenton, N.J.. With her were
and 10th ave. An extra lot fneedod. G roof, tile bath, hardwood Miss Markuerlte L. King of New
An income for life and.floors: York City. While In Trenton, 1I I
large living
living quarters... A duplex that's:1 room, they were the house guests of fi
different j dining room, stove and Mrs. Forbes' son Staff Sgt. and JOPENING
i washing machine. Mrs. Isaac Forbes at Ft. Dix ''i'
tt. A cozy 2 bedroom, beautiful Nice shady landscapedyard.
I)' landvoapod yard; convention j jal Agatha Knowles extends
or F11A. Only $82 i>cr month.A Bus line, school. II thanks to friends and well wish.
real bu)'. em during her recent Illness that
See or call Mr. Chris bedded l her for a week TONIGHT
4. Itaalutiful, restful I See 4210 I
NW 11th a\e. Terms arranged on R. M. Brooks o
conventional. Owner will take The Rev J. A. F. Flnlayson,
back isiuall erond mortgage. A REALTOR 3389 Charles! ave., Coconut
real buy A dream house witha Grove, is convalescing at the Alt. Bill GaddyAnd
dream kitchen! MU 1.6031 Sinai 4 Hospital where he under.

5. Neat, clean CBS bungalow, 2 -
bedrooms on NW 47th st. Shown SEE THE WORLD'S His Combo
only bj airpoinUnent. Hardwood
floors, extra room in yard Fur. GREAT SPIRITUALAND
"BARRY MANOR PSYCHIC O ALLEN RILEY on BassBILL
nlshed A glamor home witha READER
glamor )'81'1.1. Hetmtful carport, BISHOP HUNTERIf 0 PEEPELS on Drums
newly built in kitchen. Furnish APARTMENTS"WANTS
WILLIAM BOONE Piano
ed if do-sired. All )'OU want in a you are sick or worried, don't 0 on
home On NW 44th st. near 7U1an. YOU fall .
to see me today. Office hour ---- ------
and bus
ansportatlon
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any
where. 2 Bedroom Apts. 11I.1I.t p.m to U pan. Thurmla) 10 p.m. till .
1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m.
Free Water FINEST LIQUORS AND FOOD SERVED
Let me show )m\. the "Arista lo 3 p.m. ..
crat' on VW Wist Bt A tropical 2 Entrances Take Expressway to 27th Ave.
showplace' with swlmmbig pool! Free RefrigeratorFree HEADINGS 4$)), 4200 N.W. 7th AVE.Reservations .
Call for appointment| to' see this Stove '
dream house. TraiwK| >rt tlou free. *1.00
Newly Painted -
up I I0
n.'AntiCul models now available Near Hospital and"Stores NE 3.0611
in Richmond Heights on SW JUST $17 per week 5417 SW 17' St.
51M Ixtreet $:.M5 down! The N4 J\O IMSTIUMINATIOV
la>emit and construction superb. WUSTHOLLYWOOD ''
3200
N.W.
47th
St.
Ixt us write jour application LILUJU .a ux.zJrn'JrJrrJrJl'JfDGot

each itt Armstrong Sunday. afternoon uManor pffice 3.0:30 on I-LA. 1'llOF. HUNTER Something to Sell? ? ? Try a Times Classified AdSuperDuper

Cora War In the Heights. We I Support The NAACP .
hate mAny other homes for sale --- -- ---
In Itlchinond Heights.' +**.",.
:: Phones: Office 730.5221 A Attraction At CLYDE KILLEN'S

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/ ? Tonite Tomorrow and Sunday The One and Only "

March 9, 10, 11 Hear her sing your favorite ,
BrownsvilleCorporation "What kind of fool you think I am" "j
Hear him sing his latest hits I "Come on Baby Hold My Hand" '"'I

"You are like the wind" and "Raindrops" And Many Others ,

is now open for business. -o ,
Buying anything of value, II' J JIn
property, contracts, equity, Plus: Your old favorite entertainers Hot Papa Turner and his Family'

mortgages, buildings, tax another Hilarious Comedy Drama, "Rhythm Judge" I II

sale certificate I Marshall M. C.
Admission $1.50 Bobby .I
LEND OR ADVANCE .
... Music by Frank DuBoise and His Band .;
MONEY .. ., ..
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i |"'i' CONFIDENTIAL :; ,: : 'i m THE DRIFTERS-March 23, 24, 25 1

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27th A ve. at 54th St. i
3:
NEVER CLOSED FIRST CUT LB.

Prices Good thru March 10th teller's AG Store Only Pork Chops 35 !

Round Steak Ib 69C 3
Sirlion Steak 59L i itJ s


T Bone Steak Ib 79c Chuck Roast 4si >

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Chitterlings 10 lbs 1.HAN Buff ref Cut 59C 45< ,5

N _- .,. .-..-:' ". '"'} ,-',- "... LIBBY'S-303 CAN a:
SHANK PORTION
Ham Ib 35 I SUNGLO COBN3far 49" =
Bleach Gallon
39c GREEN MMMM MMMMMBM BANTAM._ .B..>_n_ i iCOTr'i
All Flavors-28 or. N

T URKEYSA 35Lb Tissue NORTHERN TOILET 4 for 290 SODA lOc


LADY BETTY-QT. SUNSHINE
SWEET-S LBS.

OLEO 2 for 29C ,Prune Juice 2 for 69 Sugar 29,

with$5.00 order
PILLSBURY FOR HUNT'S YELLOW CLING-2V& SLICED OR HALVESBISCUITS
25* I Peaches 2 for 490 BORDEN-TALL CANS

Sweet or Buttermilk _!Q MILK 3 for 391

We Cash Payroll Checks Q Cold Beer At All Times Open 24 flows A Day
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PETER PAN-12 OZ.Butter. I
Peanut 2 for 690 I 1 ORANGES SWEET JUICY
doz. 29
LIBBY'S GARDEN SWEETS CAN
PEAS 3 for 494 I I RED DELICIOUS

HUNT'S_14 OZ APPLES 31b bag 39
Catsup 19C
FOLGER'S INSTANTCoffee CABBAGE Ib 5C

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-tE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA I BILL SHARP TO Veteran !Porter

SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1962 PAGE 7 RUN FORCONSTABLE Retires From ..

GrantsThomas ;7

- W. E. Bill Sharp, vice presl.
dent of a Miami private detective Davis of 2320 Rutland
agency, has announced his can St., Opa Locka, who bad been
didacy for constable in Dade the number one porter at Grant's
Couty's First District 5 and 10 cents Store in Miami
Around MiamiBy Sharpe, 47, has been a special (or the past 30 years, retired from
I the job on February 12. Davis,
30 years actually ended on September .
THE GLASS sex It rained on I 30, but he continued to
work on his regular job until
DAVE BONDU him last week, but come Rain or
Feb 12, when ho was officially
ehlne, he's got Doe Clark plus
his regular show for this week retired. Davis will receive a very:
end. Marie Knight is coming lucraltve pensl-a In month': payments -
-- based his years of
back the following week and the upon
AS TILE DAYS go by I lee Either it is 01 it isn't. Till these. Drifters follow Marie at the atthful and honorable service.!

more need and more things in my questions: are answered, I guess Knight Beat You can start ., .- Davie began working n Grant'sIn
"
I'll have to wait I 1931. His first jut
making your reservations now was a pore
that really
Half-Segregated City
I for any of these> shows. Just call deputy constable serving seven ter. lIe also served a* cook in
make me sick. Just oecausw a per. I The Glass years under former Constable the Stores kitchen rom 1946
son Is White, he must suffer the LAST WEEK, Band Leader, Newt Hudson and incumbent until 1960, then he returned to
Frank Dubolee, played golf at his old job.
embarrassment of being: told the Miami Springs course in the THINGS ARE really toping at John Gilbert.
where he can go and what he Schenectady Golf Tournament the Satellite every night. If you When asked what he plannedto
cannot do. The white person, which has been held hero for wern't there last Friday night, The North Miami man is a do after retiring Davis: kold one
many of them, have Negro over 30 Since Frank you missed: a real treat Leroy World War II veteran, memberof of the store's executive -
friends and vice versa, with whom the first years.Negro ever admitted was to Yarborough, a Miami Sportsmanback the Electrical Workers Union "Nothing that's what I'm goingto
they like to have lunch, dinner or this private all-White tournament from his travels in the Mid. for 22 yeans and a graduate of do nothing."
attend a night club '. The majority of the 77 west, treated the whole houso to the American National Detective Davis, however, will always be
other golfers were and dis- % pints of anything they were I Services. lie If uu oftlcal uf the remembered by old Miners as WAn
ALONG COMES someone who turbed because Frank angry drinking. It took Rosetta, Bill Federal Deter': Agency, luc. as newcomers as "the porter atGrant's
was not
tries to break these friendly re. Harris and the adding machineat I here. on Flagler St"
allowed the
use of the ClubHouse
lations by Baying that cant I
:you least an hour to itemised his
He that all of the
go here or :you can't do that orthat's says bill. No lie! Every Monday nlte is
courtesy and kindness> was ex.
not allowed. Yet the dark
person of any: other nationality: tended &lm. Three cheers for I Blue Monday party night. Over 4,000 Customers Can't be Wrong!
Schenectady 1 They, too, have' HAROLD KUMP, Manager of
without can do these incident.veil same Regardless things helped break down the walls of.lGTORY. the Hampton Home. is making S. R. 22' Written While You Wait
any plans to surprise all of Miami.I .
of how dark they are, If they I
don t
want to tell you all of
speak another lantuage they are the details, but I predict that the Service First as Iowa.
accepted. As I have said many TUB PAR and BIRDIE Club Hampton House will be one of $5.40
times It II no disgrace to be will hold their Annual Tourna. the most popular rots in the
Colored, it's just so damn incon ment Sunday at, Miami Springsat entire South. It is already pop Insurance4gency Deposit
venientI 8 a.m., Spectators are welcome ular and lovely: but Jim you !Starts your Insurance
AM NOV SAYING that all to come along and watch wait iirunedl.ately. .
Negroes want to be with Whites, I them play and help to make this __ .
I
or all Whites want to be with affair successful. THAT tEA LYdors It up _
Negroes Just a matter of Individ for this week, Till the next one, Miami Opa Locka
i GEOIlGIi WRIGHT 18 still Live Life, Goon: uii into
Every
ual friends, workers, etc., be. up.
3497 N.W. 7th N.W.
Ave. 16300 27th Ave
Ing able to choose their own setting the Baker Famous of it. PEACE
friends and company. You know Corner. Come Friday and Satur -. -. NE 5-6355 NA 4-6612
that attorney Arrington, Rev. day and Sunday, you can hardlyget
Graham, Doctor Davis, Charles in the door. Of course, Con.
Hadley, and a lot of other per nle Farmer I la burning the mid Taste the flavor of. .1
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EVEN OUR MAYOR and City: tomers happy
Commissioners have many friends -- 1 A

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makes for better relation all. E. Lolse Foreman Pretty Boy
around to be able to sit over a of the week: harry: Paul. Mao
lunch and talk. 80 how !ung must About Town: Chin Vallls. Jchenlcq1s
we be confused How long must Happy Couple of the week: Mr,
we have a Half-Segregated City and Mrs. Clyde KIKens.

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I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

PAGE 8 ., SATURDAY, MARCH, 1962

.W l ITY'
: 0ITY MANAGER Negroes Want An

833 NW 75th St. ..evi.est

AND COMMISSION Astronaut $395 Down $74 Mo. OX 1.7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St.

Large 3 bedroom CBS. Jal-
CATTLE OVER The Rev. Uriah J. Fields, presi ousted porch, oak floors.
dent of the Montgomery, Alabama I -
Amelioration and Restoration Society No qualifying, no closing
316 HISK'S" FIRING s'afd Tuesday he had written costs. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
to Director James B. Webb of
Verbil: sparks Hew Wednesday the National Aeronautics and 1759 NW 50th St.
pf a mating when City Manager Space 'Administration requestingthat $295 Down $69 Mo.
Melvin Reese challenged the City wh n more U. S. astronauts -
Commission to take his right to are selected, a Negro should be Very1 nice 2 bedroom with
fire employees if they think he is :among'UHm.?, i carport. No closing costs. No ,1 l R icK P c Dwnrs

too)( tough. Fields said, "American Negroes qualifying. Very good buy. $ ARtWRiMAII
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One of Reese's strongest supporter aro very proud of Col John H.
( ?, Vice Mayor Henrv Baia Glenn and the other six astronauts 4711 NW 16th Ave.
Kin:! Acrus"d him of overruling the 'vho have performed so wonder- $90 month. New 2 bedroom .
iully! We believe, however, thata 1
the Civil Srvicc Board:
Negro should be in the next CBS, large Florida room.
Reese reelected the criticism as group." Patio with screened porch.
"unfair and un iust." and sid:: hf Oak floor, awning windows,
F.fsz.
would recommend a Charter ,r I
BLUE DAYS?
change! to put thn final authorityof Have many extras.
Don't have em your
with the Civil Ser-
discipline
friends to meet you at our "Away We have homes to .
Shown 7:10
v'(r Board if the commissionersdidn't many at
want him to exercise it. From there's it All" atmosphere Every select from. We will help
day something going on.
confusion theca Plenty\ free parking rear en. with financing. Call any
The arose over
N* trance. "Out of this world". But time. t f dour
e of Willie Nicholson! a ?ronollcp =i'
the prices are down to earth.
officer, who was present at SATELLITE PL 7-8456 _
the meeting to complain that 0222 N.W. 7th Ave. 283 NW 79th St. ?# METRO GOLDk WMA'V vstsaasmARTNURfREED
Reese had not cleared his status. (A1
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Nicholson is the brother of Mrs
Eugenia Thomas who was indicted I ":Li .14the
for murder this week by the Grand IN LIBERTY CITY gbt:
Jury lie was suspended by the
Police Department shortly after t ,r.
4.Piazza'
suspects' in the "Tinv" Dunaway
NEW BEAUTIFUL
murder case were apprehended. ,
I -OlMA ROSSANO MT1t GEORGE

hoard He fnnnd said, two him innocent weeks ago of con.the! de HAVILLAND BRAIll' MIMlfUX MILTON H

rttirt unbecoming an officer: Ho I'!:.' .(I" 'J.rOo!.t'I.fW i.T.IoO.I: .Jj.1I
had seven children and wanted to DREAM HOUSE
work, hut could not without orders I _
from Reese. (

The City Manager said he had 3-lBEDROOM( 2 BATH
not received the board transcriof
until Tuesday and could hardly o TERRAZZO FLOORS SHOWN AT 9:00
have acted faster. .
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"LIVB:()S'Tm tniACIt? : '- : :,::. 5:' : P Y .ft. .# 1I' :L.Ionin0 '
At the Satellite Lounge: we -
know how ',much It meins, to
make-_the_al6st of your. nlje;offv Open Saturday:,and SundayFor f ,
It's our promise that you" never
exeprionce a more pleasant atmosphere Your
with hospitality, enter Inspection i
talnment that's really out of this
world. Every nlte.' 7531 N.W. 14th PlaceOX s
6222 NW 7th ave. ,

HAW DOROTHY 41 :, "
Per 1-6341 : BELAFONTE-DANDRIDGE
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Hand Paintings fttiMMt ti ntk Cwigif* .,
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Your portrait in Oil

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PreteritsSupreme ,
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COLORED Bishop Joey a.Law.t..-..
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Let her year of experience gold
and protect you throughout IIIa BISHOP W. L, LOCKETT, Minister
< a lighthouse guide the ships I I' SUItVICES DBGIN 8 P.M. NIGHTLY "ONIONHEAD""KING
i storm, For tucceH In buslneei
and love.DON'T Spiritual advice dally 10 aan. to 12 noon 8 to 0 p.m.

STAY IN THE RUT. QE1 At Got N.W. OUi Street, Apt. No. 3 Phone sr.OtSST AND FOUR QUEENS"
OUT NOW. ey THR HELP Of Whatever your probing may.be Uurougbr the power of God and.
COD SHE. CAf HELP YOU. jour faith it can be salved 1 S** ** 38 gS! r;8e3S5;:;*: S J *SriS83Se = /

Office Hours: STARTS WEDNESDAY
9am. 9 p.nr yThurs.
9 I.", t< I MOOJumbWl ijot>;+.iaw'Fca1 I p rrrr" aw l

7 p.m. a side of life you never exacted to see cn the screen!I .Kocs
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I A MESSAGE FROM YOUR THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

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MORTICIAN "HAVE YOU BEEN ? .
FILE
New
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Dear Readers: SOLICITED?**. lio.e."

Over the yearn many, many w: fe \ Brand New For Sale Brand New
changes have come about in our At this particular time we find pay "i.
community involving Funeral .hat the many unpleasant and ment. Also 1910 NW 49th' Save Direct From Builder Save '
Home practices, and you, the methical practice of "Solltlclng" St. $295 down. ,
people who call upon us for services a being carried on to a great Open .Sun. 1.5 I am offering a beautiful new style "Dream boat" R
during your periods of be-i 3xtent and we as a group do not
reavement.We :ondone this practice; We feel MO6870' With very reasonable terms, has everything
as an organization feel thatit hat not only is this unfair to ""
might be beneficial to all con Funeral Homes where our state I will meet you At (1445 NW 51st St.).
cerned to bring to you from timeto iwa regarding "Soliciting" of SUGAR Ic
time items of information that dead Human Bodies' !strictly ad. pond o
you might read, at ,your leisure aered to, but more important, it Japanese Hand Paintings Open Saturday and
in order that you need not be at s unfair to those families who Your portrait in Oil SundayC.
a complete loss when the Inevitable ire subjected to harrassment by Copied from snapshot C. Wynne JE 1-6902
does occur nethical Funeral Directors or
We would hasten to have you their representatives in the early See page 0 1
know that ,this is by no means in. noments of bereavement and in .. ._
tended as an advertisement by nany cases before any decision ......
any single Funeral Home or any haa been reached by the family -. .. ;
group of Individuals, and we fur. ,egardlng its chance of a Fun.
ther trust that you, our readers, eral Home. Many lines of space
will accept whatever is written in could be devoted to citing specific THE FIESTA
this column as information and ncldents wherein families have PLAYHOUSr '
nothing more. >cen pressured into making de. .. i I
Within the period of approximately cisions, that were not their true
two months we will en. :hoice and in the final analysis At The Mary Elizabeth Hotel Proudly Presents
deavor to discuss several factors nuch was left to be desired .
of the Funeral Profession and Its I when the services were over, and 642 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR,4-810S'
related fields, and it is our any promises are left unfulfill
sincere desire that you will find ed.
these discussions to be interesting' De ever mindful of this fact THE CREATOR ANDCHOREOGRAPHER ;
informative, and of value, if ever KELSAN
The person or persons who
the need should arise In your t
rush to offer
immediate family. you a bargain in
mother's service is being paid
Our caption for this, the first 'or his effort. Did you ever _
in series'
the : 11\ \ l II
to
itop think that you might
laying the soliticor's salary AND HIS REVUE
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SUGAR Ic popuenrd Every Funeral Home in Miami
,8 equipped to take In A
serve you r' f
Japanese land PaintingsYour our own choice, don't be per. I : : "
portrait in Oil suaded by the trained solicitor, COMMANDPERFORMANCE
Copied from snapshot person whom you have probablynever y .+, .
See page 0 seen before. Would he S. ';
lie, or they have any reason toP
interested in your choice of a

'uneral nome Featuring. .

Make jour decision call the ,
"uneral Home you desire, be 'a;:y; Madam Hurtha
;uldcd by your own convictions k

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Best deal in town ''1',' ; Royal Court of lovely ladies
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Call Miami NA 4.6983.
TU 5-2426 ir d. ", ',. A Touch of Gold

EBONY ': Plus A Gala

AFTER THE DOGS Production Number
Dog tracker arc making it a
habit to by the Satellite
stop I r I I J
tho Losers also! wel.
tirter race
31 N. E. 14th St. name Entertainment Every FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAYMARCH 9, 10, 11
Nile. 1'opular prices no cover: ,
1' .. SATELLITE Admission 75 cents Tables Free
: IS SWINGING 0222, N.W. 7th Ave.

t% .I Plenty. free larking Rear ;.-..'..... -.-.' -

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A genuine art OIL PAINTING by hand on

SILK or CANVAS in beautiful full color or .

black and white from your photo or clear

.,Invites all ,of his friend and snapshot by Japanese Oriental Artist. Not a


.., w patrons* *.., to* visit. .. : painted photograph. ]

: 5t per Reg. '$17 for a size 8" x '10"'to $217'for a '

NITELY EXCEPT Prices size 24" x .28 on silk.
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\.. 5 Ib. bag limited to each $10 puchases for !

it portraits. Example t $500: portrait purchase SPECIAL $9.95 for a size 8" :x 10" single ,.

( allows up to 250 lbs in sugar- purchase at 5c per' person head and shoulder length. Reg. price J

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Please do not order sugar unless-ordering pore Your satisfaction guaranteed or your money ;

,; .Friday y ','I 'If traits. No sugar will be sold without. portrait.MOORE'S refunded.= ORDER !NOW!
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AGENCYBox
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: 792 International Airport ( ) Quote on a painting sir.. No| persons- '

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Admission Free''f' Me artist in fun color on silk. I endow.f 0.95. '".I'SPECIAL" .- It Is agreed, however, that seller may pay neccMary lI

...'.f 'f r PRICE and clear photo for artist cop/.,,My photo will amount In cash to me and I win purchase mr sugar on

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LEO B. ARM BRISTERII

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NORTH-SOUTH TOURNEY me Bondu, the only lady of our b <
ABOVE PAR BUT NEEDS fair city to be called to the win.
ners circle, was the 3rd place
HOUNDING OUT
winner among the lady ama '
The color and glamor of the 9th teurs.
Ray Mitchell North. South Golf
Tournament has made its ap Miami golfers, meditate a L'
pearance and disappeared; but little on this comment of Dr. A S b .VO L wa
still lingering with us are the E. Horne of Memphis, Tenn. r ic

memories of the enjoyable moments Says Dr. Horne. "If I had thld -,- --_ .__...._ "'.'.'''. ,,_ .._.. n n ...""m....,.........nm... ...n...._ __.___
those hundreds! of golferssunworshippers beautiful weather as you Miami.
and friend ,ans do, 111 be able to playas I The Florida A.&M. Rattler track- at his right The Rattler thlnclads

have deposited here in our Magic well as Palmer." team vaulted into national prominence will probably show in Miami again RUPTURE RECTAL
City during that week long last week when speedball next month in a meet at Moore DISEASES
It has been the
proven good rocketed to world
Robert Hayes a
Office Treatment, Low
stay.The prominence of the great doc was soon to learn that It record tying 9.2 100-yard dash. Park, or wherever they can put in .
tournament Is mirrored la the II takes more than good weatherto Coach Pete Griffin, on the right at least 10,000 seats for the throng; Cost. Free Examination
DR. LONG'S
fact that each year has shown a make good golfers. I standing, has his prize pupil Hayes who will turn out to see Hayes try 1515 SW 1st CLINIC St.

creditable increase in at.ten'1 I JUR MISTAKE! to break the world mark. FR 3.2748PEOPLES
dance with this year's James Mitchum'a.
tatlves coming from over half the progress in ACTION AT TIlE MI Kss<=5s Excelsior League Is
v e r y
the states In the must country. to the losely watched Judging from the Last Thursday night Cecil DRUG STORE BARBECUEAND
Much praise go
.lumber of his faas
publicity committee and to the lueetion. the incorrect who 144 called aver.to Nixon sent a curve ball curvingand LUNCHEONETTE
entertainment committee for In ige we inadvertently I neatly carved a 629 scratch
printed re-
ducing the golfers to Miami attrac.while ently. Mitch, who takes his 3 game set. By so doing he moved 402 and 406 N.W. 8th Street FR 4-5874
Miami itself is quite an
good atten Bowling seriously was not per. Ernest Hayes from the top spot
this
ton, but same
dance could be fatal if the tour.ment urbed a bit about having 28 which he had held for two weeksin Drug Store BarB-Que
doesn't do a points shaved from his 172 av the 608 scratch.
committee erage. Specializing in prescription. Featuring breakfast, lunch
little more for the golfers when nUNCIIE LANES BOWLING patent medicines and sundries a_ dinner. Old Hickory Barbecue -
they are competing on the JITY TOURNAMENT RESULTS from 5 p.m.
course. t' News Realty was leader of the Bowling got a shot in the arm Open dally 6:80 a.m. 12 p.m
Golfing, though somewhatan excelsior: League with the opening of the Dunche FrL, Bat. to 1:80 a.m. Open Frl. & Sat. to 2:80 a.ni
during
individual sport, largely de. .enth event the Lanes, Opa Locka. This family
pends on the actions and atti Jeach Lanes. Their over 3031 at hand the and community recreation which Satisfaction Guaranteed Free Delivery
utdes of the players around you sap should in all has been rolling along in Miamiat
It Is understood; that many of .ood for probability be a great pace Gill find a good r ? ?== ?
a prize. The
order
the participants in a tournament yhlch in home In the Opa Locka arear andIt
they placed ,
of this magnitude are un. ., familiar with the ethics of good -978: ; EAL Falcons predation the Sports World IPW Service Calls
; Olympics
and because of this can 2976; St: Clears to Vincent
golfing, says congrats Torre for U
make the game very perplexing Cafeteria 2947; Wilson Rental the offering ot this modern bowl IV PL 1-8381 SLD
for others. It would do well for J911;: 12th Frame Hi Hats Ing establishment which will be New Brownie flash camera $6.50
4860; American Furniture and
the tournament committee to note the source of enjoyment for
these small discomforting facts 2923.iV 2860; The Independents many more fun loving bowlers. Repair and sell TV's, radios and hi-fis

and have remedy more them golfers where and possibleand more Eddie Thorpe and Leo Armbris. --...........-...-.........- Also new electric heaters $6.00

friends come to have more fun .er represented the league in the. ANDREWS' JEWELERS ALL OUR SALES AND REPAIRS GUARANTEED
than ever before. singles and doubles at the Paradise
Lanes, 27th ave. and 36th EXPERT WATCH AND FREE DELIVERY
CLAPP, HAYES AND BONDU St. Their 1193 handicap is far CLOCK REPAIRS Know your TV man and save money
ONLY MIAMI 'WINNERS down on the list among all the
40 Years In Business
Jty: in Class C. JOE SCOTT
Miamians were very attire In All work guaranteedFR
the Ray Mitchell's North-youth:: 923 N.W. 62nd Street PL 1.8381
Tournament; but their efforts 34)152
were meager. Eugene Clapp, Jabberwock'sin 303 N.W. 2nd Ave. I Authorized Factory TV Repair and Sales Co.
wnner of the 2nd Pro-Am
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winner of the 2nd place place Pro.Am -...............-.-...............-- -
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ner in the 3rd
flight, and May.
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JAZZY RED M. C.
BETWEEN FORT LAUDERDALE AND MIAMI

EVERY SUNDAY PHIPPEN ROAD AND 2ND TERR.

DANIA FLORIDA
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4 to 9 p.m.
CHECK THESE OUTSTANDING FEATURES
FREE GIFTS TO THE LADIES
HOMES BUILT TO ORDER-to fit your budget and your family. Any

Hull? Gully and Twist Contest style you have dreamed of building. We furnish the ar

FeaturingTHE chitect-you tell him what ypu want.

GREATEST TWIST BAND IN THE LAND A Protected Investment All Lake Front lots

Paved Streets and Sidewalks Street lights and palm trees |{

POP'S TAYLOR Schools and Shopping Nearby Immediate I Financing |{

a 10% DOWN PAYMENTIf

And His TwistersCome you are not ready to build now use our convenient LAY-A-WAY

PLAN. A REASONABLE DEPOSIT WILL HOLD YOUR LOT UNTIL

YOU ARE READY TO BUILD. Only 30 lots left. Why pay rent? You
out and hare a twisting ball

can live in your dreams home for the same amount.
EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION
Come out and inspect the two model homes. Inspect the other homes

Guest stars from various clubs being built in the area.

Model homes will be open Saturday and Sunday 2-6 p.m.

WHEN YOU Ball YOU ALLDO BUILD NOW WHILE INTEREST LOW AND FINANCING TERMS ARE .


If you are coming from Miami, drive two blocks northeast of Attacks High School

IT WITH THE Look for the sign COLLEGE IIOMESJTES


.Twisting Rock.And .Rollers For further information: Wilson 5-2903


Broward County WAbash 3-3955
Learn.to bowl FREE Call 696.5511

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BAHA'I FAITH TEMPLE BAPTIST

Thomas Baumgartner, North Rer. L. A. Thompson, pastor

Miami businessman will lead the Sunday School ........................ Bd
regular weely discussion at .the Morning Worship ,..__ 11:01
Daha'i Center 137 NW 11 .,.e., Evening Worship ,. ............_ 7:3(
11 me.U 8 p.m. Sunday, March 11. His B. T.U. .......www..w.w.w.... Ail(
: subject will be "God And His Because of an attack of viruson
:- Revelators. The public Is cor. the pastor Sunday baptism

dially Invited to attend Phone i was postponed to a later dat .
Secretary FR 1-6420 for further Every members Is looking forward

TRIUMPH CHURCH information. I. to Sunday March 25, with
Association Ends : high expectation. That's annual
I Prince C. Mobl", pastor Church of God in Christ Spring Rally DDV. Let no one
Sis. C. McKlnney reporter left on the ground while others

Meet In Nassau. BahamasThe School of Wisdom . 10:00Y. : 1899 NW 5th Ave. "fly" to the etors. '
P. E. Band . . 6:30 Elder J. C. Jackson pastor Delegates attending the recent

Atlantic Coast Baptist As. evening worship! . ..... 8:00 Remember the SICK and shut In meeting of Atlantic Coast Assoc.

Bociatlon held Its 31st annual You are Invited to come out Mother G. Gamble state mother latlon will nab tb-Ir report OB
session
Feb. 21-25 at Bethel and St. I Home and join In with us, In our schoolof Sunday School . 10:00: Sunday.
John Baptist Churches Nassau Cooking Wisdom which begins at 10 Morning Service . .. 12:00: --
the I o'clock. Noonday services at 12:00 Ever Ing Service . . 7:30
Bahamas visitor toot Miami: the 11:30 delegationand : a.m. I Sale SaturdayThe o'clock, we are looking to have a T'le volunteer club of Fifth NEW BETHEL APTIST

flight by Pan American World glorified time In the Lord. Then Avenue would like to express our Rer. Ernest Williams, pastor
Airways on Tuesday Feb. 20. public is cordially Invitedto back at 6:30: with our Young thaj'ks: for attending the Green Deacon Fred Williams reporter
Prior to their departure throughthe the first annual home cook. People Educational Band Pro. Lea.' Tea that was t eId at oar The No. 2 choir rendered the
courtesy of North s Travel ing sale sponsored by fraternal :gram, to help the future of tho pastors home on last Sunday: af music last Sunday. The pastor
lodge 373 Ancient and Accepted young men and women of to. ternoon.
delivered
Bureau pictures were taken of a powerful sermon
the group. Scottish Rite Masons, Wept Hoi. morrow. Afterwhlch we will beMa I Everyone is welcome to attetd which was enjoyed by all.

Tre pre-conventlon 'ywood, Fin our glorified services waicu our church at all Unit. He told us all about the con.ventlon .
program I know we will all enjoy, to the
in Nasau.
The sale will be held
held at the
Tuesday evening at St.
glory of God. The doors of It
John's Rev. Dr. T. E. W. Don home of Mr. James L. Phillips, the hangers of welcome hangon MT. CARMEL M. B. Please pray for and visit the
14230 NW 22nd! court, Opa come sick and shutlns.EBENEZER .
aldson pastor was well attended
out and lift and the
help prats Rev D. A. Bradley pastor .
Loc'.ca: on Saturday March 10
Addresses of welcome were mad ,, name of the Lord.
Mra. Christine Cherry, reporterOur
by Mrs. M. Bastlan, Dr. Doris starting at 7 p m. until. METHODIST
soul
pastor preached a
Johnson, Stafford Sands, M. II.
A. chairman of the Develop! 'nent Your presence will be greatly GRACE PRESBYTERIAN stirring gospel message, "Com. Sunday School . . 9:30
appreciated. fort to a stricken homo,' t5t. John
Board, and Etienne Dupuch O.B. Morning worship . 11:00
Ezekiel W. Brown W. M. 11:14. Tuesday night regular . .
.
E. K. O. S., 0. H. M., Et.itor. 6895 N.W. 14th Are. Evening worship 7:00
proprietor of the Nassau Tri Folia Boyd, secretary Rev. W. F. Savoy pastor I Prayer meeting. Remember the Rev Aaron D. Hall rN.. Pastor
sick and shut-rns.
bune. Responses were made by Sunday School . . 9:30 _. .--- E. Ingram, reporter
Rev. L. A. Thompson and Mrs. I I Morning worship . . 11:00 There: will be infant bapthm_
Susie Holly, vice president >f the Church in Need Youth Fellowship . 6:00 BETHEL BAPTIST I and reception or members, \,un.

Women's Auxiliary to the Na- I I Evening worship . . 7:30 Richmond day at the 11 a.m service. Don'tuisu
Heigh ,
New Antioch Bethel Pentecosal the pre.St. Patrick's Day
tional Baptist Convention and Church, 1831 NW 49th St. Next week Is our Building Bethel's Sunday wcitiiip ser. Frappe Sip sponsored by Ebe.
president of the Women's Department vas organized Dec. 14, 1961. Fund Campaign Week We need Circle No. 1 Is !Sponsoring an nezer Senior usher board No. 1

State Convention.of tbj Florida Baptist Since that time the church has I the support of every member to Irish Coffee Sip Sunday, March Sunday, March 11,, 4 p.m. in the
I wade tiemendouis progress. build our educational unit. On 20 at the residence of Mr. end social hall of the church.
Thrre sessions were held dally However the church is now very i Monday March 12, Rev. Stanley Mrs. John Ferguson of 4920 The Rer. S. M. Gary and con.
with the group meeting at Bet'tel .uuch in need of financial as- Weems, of the Board Of National Buchanan St. The tiuie is from gregatton of M', Ilvnnon AME!:
in the morning and at St. tstance in order to build a Missions in New York, will arrive 4 to 6 p.m. Everyone is cordial Church will r-mder, service at
JohnV during the afternoon and hurch. Our needs are chairs or to direct us In our campaign. All ly invited to attend. Ebenezer Sunday night In behalf .
evening. The conclave was sue. inches, refrigerator, guitar i church members please attend Usher Board No. 1 will observe of Senior Usher Board No. 2.
cessful spiritually and numerically Jrum, piano, clock. Any kind of the following church meetings: Its annual tea on Sunday, Choir No. 1 and usher board
and financially. All the re jiuelcal Instrument alas donation Monday, Tuesday, and Wednes. March 18, at 3:00: pm. at the No. 2 will serve at the morning
ports showed an Increase and a jf clothing that can be void In day of next week. All meetingswill church. This IB contemplated to worship and choir No. 2 r. n d
larger! contribution was given to order to raise mono, A loudspeaker start at eight p.m. Rev.Weems be an Inspiring as well as event. Usher board No. 1 will sere at
education than was possible Input and a tent will be very will give us excellent instruction ful occasion. the evening service.!
years. helpful In the art of steward. Stewardess Do rd No.1. 2 and

Challenging messarei were de ship and churchmanship. Let us FRIENDSHIP M. BAPTIST 3 will have charge of class ueet.
livered by the Revs. Ernest William come out full force for our next Ing Tuesday right.
J. A. King, I. C. Mickins, ST. PAUL A. M. E. week's activities Rev W. E. Sims vtor The sick .\.ihutlns: aret&
J. L. Johnson J. H. Johnson, Sis. Ruby Lee Carr reporter Sister Eliza Cleare 144 W
Herbert Ferguson, E. T. Graham, Rev. M. J. Fa/son, pastor Sunday School . 9:30 5th It., Slater Brasie Lang Mt.
Joceph Smith, H. W. Moss andL. Mrs. Lee Gray, reporter MT. ZION AME CHURCHOpa Morning worship . 11:00 Jlnal Hospital, Bro. Duke Brad
A. Thompson.The The Missionaries held their re. Locks I1TU . . . . 6:30 ..ey 2375 NW 165th St., Bro.
,ular meeting Sunday afternoonat Rev II. E. Greene Evening worship . .7:00 Fred Pagter Veterans Hospitaland
women, under the dynam. the parsonage, which was enJoyed pastor Although we had Baptism last Sister Daisy William, Jack.
ic leadership: of Mrs. I. 0. Pratt- by all. Our presiding Elder Evelena Glenn, reporter Sunday Baptizing 8 candidates son Hospital,

Wilder, were in charge of the Rev. F. .A. Allen, will hold our The pastor, choir, ushers and we will return Sunday Morning
work "'. Friday. and they cer. jnd Quarterly Conference Friday all members will go to First Bap. March 11, at 8 a.m. at Virginia MT. CALVARY BAPTIST
talnly made .. a day to be re. night, March 9th. The Pastor w tilt Church of which Rev. Ma. Beach with Six more candidatesto
membered. Mr,*. Corine Watts, asking all boards and clubs to son Is pastor to render service on be Baptized, March 25, 1962. Rev. E. M. Thomas putor
National Baptist State Worker for please have their reports pre. an anniversary program Sunday We will have Men's Day with Bro. Phyllis Myers, reporter
Florida was tuu morning speak pared. The M. J. Fayson Club March 11 at 3 p.m. Albert Lewis as chairman and Sunday March 11, the child.
er and everyone wa lifted spi will sponsor a spaghetti ulnner Wednesday night after the Dec. John Barber ae co-chairman. ren will have their annual Youth
ritually. State President S. Hoi- Saturday evening at ILo church. second Sunday Rev. T C. Kelly They are looking forward to this Day celebration. That night they
ley spoke during the afternoonand The Pastor and congregation will and his congregation from St. day as a complete success You will have the crowning of Miss
and Mr. Mt. The doorsof
challenged t.V "on retatfo1 motor to Perrine on Tuesday and Coconut Grove will render are cordially Invited to attend I Calvary
to live up to their professionand night to hold -service with Rev, service at Mt. Zion Sunday, both of these services or any of our church are open for anyone
who would like
to help meet the spiritual J. D. Blake. Cares will leave the March 18 at 8 p.m. our worehlp services. to come.
needs of their communities.A The District Conference will
Rev Sneed and congregation
special feature of the meet at Bethel A.M.E. Church ALLEN CHAPEL A. M. E.
convene from Fort Lauderdale will ren.
ing was the annual Quean' Con. March 1415. The pastor: will attend der service. ST. JAMES A. M. E. Rev. R. H. Johnson pastor

test sponsored by the women acompalned by 'S ..wards. Everyone is asked to attend all Rer. J. B. Blacknell, pastor Clue Swectinc. mxuter

Sunday afternnon. Mrs. Marion The following ar. sick members services as they are to help our dunday: School . 9:30 The members and officers take
Atwell of Temple, Miami was : Sis. L. Baker, rfii. Lewi Men's Day drive Morning worship . 1 t:00 I the opportunity to thank the
winner, and Mrs. Joseph Bra. P. S. the states rally between Evening worship . . 7:00 many friends who camo to us on
dy of Mt. Zion Wt Palm stewards boards 3 and 4 will We were challenged lau Sun. our Men's Day and helped us to

beach, took second p'ace.! All the terminate Sunday afU-rnoon at 3 MT. SINAI BAPTIST I IReT. day to "take off our masks and hake It a success. We raised
presidents were represented. o'clock. show our true selves" by the over a thousand dollars.
'a the Child's Welfare Con. I S. A. Thomas pastor Rev.Chapman of St. Paul AME
test. Temp'e was winner and the r. Mrs. J. S. Walker reporter Church, Jacksonville who was Church of The Open Door

first recipient of the S. A. Samp. A. Dean and C. Ambro*..,. Sunday School . 9:30 our evening speaker. Ills subject
. 11:00 Rev H. C. McDowell, pastor
: "
.O,. Morning worship was "Wearing a Mask It
rophy, New Beth l, Liberty The Senior choir of New Mt.
City, was second. The trophy Zion, Homestead, accompaniedthe DTU . . . 5:00 was quite a a fiery and thought Next Sunday, March 11 the
minister and choir will collabor.
Evening worship . 7:00
"
wan given the district by Mm. I. pastor Rev. H. Mos, and provoking message
ate service built
O. Pritt- Wilder as a memorialto sang Sunday night. The entire membership of Mt. Next Sunday we partake of In worship .,
Sinai Baptist Church was well the Holy Eucharist. We expectall around the "Hallelujah Chorus .
ner father the late Rev. S. A. Mrs. Viola Clark of Central Handel's Messiah. Much
Sampson founder o' the associa Baptist Church, Carver P.unchei, pleased tn have the pastor Rer. members to join us In this lion Is Into the prepara.
t:..". represented her \usband, the S. A. Thomas present for Morn. sacrament as well as the Lore going program.
Come and bring friends. It i iproml.ee
All officers .rere re-elected. Rev. E. J.' Clark A ho was absent Ing Service Sunday, March 4th Feast Friday night. your
The 1963 es Ion will be held I becaues of illness. after an extended period of Ill. Our visitors! are always, wel) ly worshipful to be serrice.a unique, sincere

at Temple Baptist Church Miami. : The Rev Dr. Brown, the host ness. Rev. Thomas continued to come. Mar we look forward to The pastor's training class for
at hcu.c and hopes to seeing you'MARTIN
recuperate
and congregation of Beth .
pastor
:
children 10-12 will Its
Delegates fci attendance from age hare
.
be back. In full capacity. oon.
el, the pastor of St. John's and
he Miami Area first session today Friday 4 ,
were:
I the friends who have Rer. John Polite aslstant ln, MEMORIAL
From New Beth:, Liberty City: all many II p.m. He would like to bare a
Rev and Mm. Ernest Williams. I made the meeting and visitors to tor wishes to express his tloC!'.") least 20 children. Call the pas.
Mesdames Elsie Gibson Ethel pleasant, are to be congratulated gratitude to the membership for I The women are sponsoring a tor Enroll your child. The In.
Jones Florie for a job well done. Its cooperation during the absence Fashion Tea Sunday. Mart 1.1tb tractions will du lhm good.
Rolle Dorothy
Braynon Others attending wire the Rev of the pastor. at 3 p.m. The public Is Invited.
Irene Brown De'pblne
Tucker. Ernest L. Burnt Deacon and Mrs. E. T. Graham representing Morning eervic will be held 'In This affair will lead up to the Elected
,
and Thompson
the
between men
Fred Williams. Florida N. I. M. College the downstairs auditorium Sun. contest
following guest of President 18th the basement women of Martin Memorial on
From Mt. Olivette with the and the day, March or Band DirectorThe
Pratt-Wllder: State Pre of the members who are unableto the same date
pastor: Mesdames I. G. Pratt. election of officers for
P. Wilkerson. S. Holler, Fort Lauderdale; State climb the stairs to thy man: St. Matthew Freewill
Wilder Virginia Grant, C. Watts. St. Augustine the St. Agnes Cornet Band was
Mrs. to
Worker auditorium. We are hoping
Alma Baisden, Gladys Blassle hale Holly 2014 NW 5th Court held last Friday night Feb. II
Kelly Clementina Morley, Catherine I wood;; Mrs.Mrs. Idella Kelly Red. service have a for Joyous all. and inipratlonal Rev. J, B. Woodley pastor at 8:30 In the band room. ,

Pratt Catherine Baisden, I dlok Mrs. Nora Lake Ocala; Bro. Nathaniel Thomas, reporter They are as follows: I
Vera Albury, Jackie King and : Corine Jarrett, New York Sunday School . . 1:30 Band director Rudolph Thompson I
Deacon Chaa. E. Gibson. Mrs. Mrs. Leila Williams and I ST. MATTHEWS Morning worship . 11:00: ; treasurer Rer J. L. John ,'
From St. James: Rer. J. L. City; Edith J. Shields, Atlantic ITPCL . . .. ._. .::00 son; business manager Thomas I ,
Johnson Rer. M. O. M. Mc. Mrs. N. J.Please. Rev :i T. Clark pastor Night service . . . 7:00 .;",,1\
Donald and Mrs. M. Johnson. City. Rer. J. E. Munrof, reporter Let us come out Sunday bo. Cash.Assisting Mr. Cash Is Boer ',<:

From St. Mark: Rer. Joseph There win be a tarty at the cause we are !looking forward to ilk Bridgewater and Oscar John.

Smith. Take Note! home of Mrs. Joeepbine Howard, ban a good time. Choir No. 2 SOn.Mr. ,
From Temple: Mesdames Augustus 13(( NW (6tb st., Sunday night Is rendering the music for the Thompson and Mr. Cash

NewboM Lillian: Watkins, All Church news most be In The No 2 choir Is praying fer day.Our both were music majors la col. 't'
Beatrice Hudson, Lillian Smith, Tuesday evening. )brat be type our Queen to recover from her church doors are alwaysopen legs and played In the U. S. Army
Maltida Hall Clara Albury Miss written and double spaced. Illness. (or 700 to come la. Dwi.Baptist .
Bonlvy,
Elsie Douglae Messrs T.





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PAGE 12 SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1962 Sad but Loving Memory of DEATHS MRS ALICE WILLIAMS, of 1755
Our Dear Son and Brother 5 died March 3
2nd Ct.
---I IL N.W. Apt. ,
-_.._,-- -... .---. ..
at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Sheis I
L l..... survived by a son, Mr. Othso D.
Francis Williams;: a brother, Mr. A. J. Gra
a sister Miss Annie Graham
ham
; a ;
CARDS -- MEMORIALS I MRS. EUNICE IIANNA, of 1913 and a cousin, Mr. Forrest Brown.

N.W. 5th Ave., died at Jackson Remains were sent to Valdosta,
_336.. ._- Georgia Wednesday for final rites
March 1.
Memorial Hospital on
and burial.GOVERNOIt.
CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF '.' LKS Funeral services were held at St.
.
I .1 ... Agnes Episcopal Church on Thursday BANKS, of 24 W. 4th
Family of the Late rL March 8 at 10:00: a.m. with Fr. Ct., Hialeah, died March 2 at Jackson
The Fa'nLy: o. .d" Lute John E. Culmer officiating. Survivors Memorial Hospital. He i* survived -
WILLIE ViOLA 1'''. .IM[ JNSvho include her husband, Mr. by two sisters, Mesdames

'< departed this 1. 1a1'Y 14, harles Hanna; one daughter, Mrs. Bernice Washington and Bessie
1962, takes this meth !express) Adell Green; one son, Mr. Carl L. Odom, and a close friend, :Mrs.
Hanna; one granddaughter, Miss Helen Patterson. Funeral services
I sincere thanks d iprccia
our u were held Wednesday in the Range
Olivia Green; and three sisters.
don for the many kin gestures of Funeral Home Chapel, Rev. S. L.
sympathy shown us ,.urlig our MRS. LESSIE BANKS, of 318-C Gay officiating:
hours of bereavement. Thanks for N.W. 6th St., died at Jackson Memorial
the cards, telegrams and floral d Hospital on March 5. Funeral ADAM LAWYER, ol 718 N.W. 9th
;pieces. Special thanks L > Rev. M. arrangements,are incomplete. Si:., Florida City, died March\\ 2 at
1.F Fayson! officersl bjarJs, clubs tL Survivors include her husband, Mr. his residence. His survivors in
:and nt P ul A.M.E. J Tom Banks.NATHANIEL. clude hs mother, Mrs\ Sallic Lawyer -
Church. Thanks to tha neighbors, Funeral, arrangements: are In-
:nd our many, many friends from GORDON, of 1761 complete at this time.
,ear and far. Special thanks to N.W. 1st Ct., died at his home on
r lange Funeral Home for their MR. SAMUEL JAMES SMITH I March 7. Mr. Gordon was a longshoreman MRS BESSIE LEE McCALL, of
.ourteous and efficient service.: who departed this life March 8, and also a 32nd Degree 2139 N.W. C3th St., died March 8
1961. Mason. Survivors include his wife, at Jackson Memorial Hospital. She
JOSEPH TIMMONS, Husband, Beyond the gate our loved one has Mrs. Elcena Gordon; three sons, is survived by her husband, Mr.
LUCILLE TIMMONS, found happiness and rest, Prince George, Regional and Nathaniel Clifford McCall; two sons, Wilfred
.' Daughter, And there is comfort in the thought Gordon; five daughters, Ag- Clifford McCall, Jr. and Aubrey
BARBARA MURPHY, that a loving God knows best. noto Nottage, Mearletta Rinkins, McCall; four sisters, Mesdames
Granddaughter, MRS. RINAH SMITH, Mother, Delores Kelly, Catherine Gordon Bernice Johnson, Annie Man\ John
.. ..:... <: .'iJ, Four GreatGrandchildren.IN MRS. ROSE JOHNSON, Sister. and Cerrtica Newkirk; 13 grand. son, Arlie Rose Woods and Gladys
brother and Alexander; four brothers, Walter,
children, one two sis
,,- .'> ... 'r ; I ters. Funeral arrangements at this Bennie, Glenn and Lonnie Lee
IN MEMORIAMIn time are incomplete Smith. Funeral arrangements are
GEORGE WILKINS, Jr. MEMORIAM incomplete at this time.

who died February 18, take this Memory of
Albert WILLIAM\ DOUGLAS TAYLOR, of
thanks and
mothod to our -
express In Sad but Loving Memory of 11; "
'bd 23G8 N.W. 59th St., dead
was
appreciation to the many friend I upon
Our Dear Son and Brother
and neighbors who remembered us LEE ERNEST IIAMMETT, of 255 arrival at Jackson Memorial Hospital
bereavement. ;" .. N.W. 21st St., died in Jackson Me March 5. He is survived by
during our morial Hospital Feb. 28. He was his parents, Mr. Fletcher Lee Tay
Special thanks to the Rang sent to Summerton, S. C. March 4 lor and Mrs. Doris Taylor; a sister,
Funeral Home for their efficien for funeral services and burial Elaine Taylor; and a brother,
service, also Rev. P. S. Browr.. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Fhtcher Lee Taylor, Jr. Funeral
Choir No.. 1' and members of th Annie Williams of Philadelphia, services will be hold Wednesday
Mt.: Tabor Baptist Church Againwe 1 Pa.; an uncle, Mr. Vernel Hammettand in the Range Funeral: Home Chapel
say thank you. a t tw1 several other relatives. with Rev. Otis Mundy officiating.

MRS. JOSEPHINE CAMPBELL, r < MRS. ANNIE MAE HUFF, who resided INFANT ROGERS, the daughter

". Mother, t .: at 2280 N.W. 62nd St., and daughter of Mrs. Gloria Rogers and .
ROGER CAMPBELL, Brother, M.r who expired in, Jackson Memorial Mr John Thomas. Rogers! of 2240 .j
MICKENS, March 1, was funeralized March 7, Rutland '
MRS. REBECCA St., Opa-Lbeka, died at
Grandmother, I 1:00: p.m. at The House of Prayer, Mt. Sinai Hospital March: 2 Graveside
MRS. MAYBELLE GREEN, II Elder P. A. Lawson officiating. 'services were held March 6 at:
Aunt, Her survivors are husband, Dea Lincoln Memorial Cemetery'
MRS. MAMIE LEE DUROW, I con Larry Huff; two sons, Elders
Aunt, Frank and George Huff; one sister INFANT WILLIAMS, the son of
MRS GLORIA DANIELS, Aunt, t, two brothers and eight grand. Mr. Dan Williams and Mrs. Fannb:

and Relatives. t,., .. children. Williams of 6521 N.W. 13th Ct.,
\ "' was stillborn at Jackson Memorial
.. .
f\:., A.11 .; MRS.: MITTIE WHITE was dead on Hospital March 7. Crav.'std, ser-
Q'. .' \> arrival: at Hollywood Memorial vices will be held Lincoln
at
CARD OF THANKSThe .. : ',' Saturday:
0't".. r"o"-"! .. ... J.. Hospital March 3. Services were Memorial Cemetery.
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conducted March 8, 2:30: in
L pm.
Family of the Late MRS. 1A JANE HILL .
She is survived six -
the Chapel. by -- ------
MIRIAM HANNIBALwho ._..nm _.._ .. __ .......... ...... who passed from this life March 10, nieces, including Mesdames Elnora
departed this life February 17, 1958. Humes, Elizabeth Andrews and Mrs. Maude Thomas; step father;
CAMPBELL "Bubbcr" MOSS THE FAMILY. step-son; two brothers:: two sisters
1962 take this method to expressour Esther'Green with whom she livedat
sincere thanks and appreciation who passed away on March 6, 1957/ 525 N.W. 10th St., Hallandalc; end numrous others. Sjrvic.-s:
for the many kind gestures of May he rest in peace and may IN MEMORIAMIn four nephews, Messrs. Daniel ano will bo conducted: in lh: Chapel 1 1tonday
sympathy shown us during our light perpetual shine upon him. Norris Gillins and Samuel Jarvis. \ at 2:00: p.m. a'id he will
Se in repose from 1W:; ;) Sun-
for
p.m.
hours of bereavement. Thanks MRS. DOLLIE MOSS, Mother, Loving Memory of Our Dear WILLIAM L. WILLIAMS\ of 361 day.
the cards, letters, telegrams and Mother and Grandmother in
CAMPBELL MOSS, Sr., N.W. 6th Ter., passed away Jack
floral pieces. Special thanks to Father -.----.-- son Memorial March 5. He leaves 3ABY GIRL WILLIAMS; was: stillborn -
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Father John Henry Jr. a wife, Mrs. Mamie Williams; on unto Mrs. Beatrice Williams
Vicar of St. Peters EpiscopalChurch MRS. MAE BELL MOSS, r- son and daughter-in, Mr. and Df 21C3 N.W 68th Lan.March 5
; Dr. Robert W. Reid, the Twin Sister, Mrs. Earl C. Williams; mother:! and was laid to rest M .rch 8.
neighbors and friends, the staff EUGENE MOSS, Son, ._ I
., ..
aides ol ---
doctors nurses, nurses --- -
TYRONE WILLIAMS, ZM11'Lj
Monroe Ernestine General M. Welters Hospital, the ;Florist Mrs. Nephew OX 1.9151 6701 NW 15th Ave Nite 634.3198'

and the Key West Undertaking For Funeral You Can Afford Call
Company for their efficient ser- IN MEMORIAMIn

vice.We that, due to ar
are sorry Manker Funeral Home
; oversight, the names of Mrs. Vera Memory of Our Daughter ,
of Newark,
Demings, her sister .
"""""' '''''''''''' -
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Vernon Cart- V .. : ,;
and
n'New Jersey r, .
'tf .., *.b Cloth Cover Caskets
o wright, her brother) of Chicago, ,., $126 up
Illinois were omitted from the .; Metal Caskets
obituary. May God Bless all.of you. .. $499 up

MISS BERNEDETTE HANNIBAL, ',. ',ot, 0 Nothing left to burden you
c,
I. ..
w One's Social Security Can Take care all
MISS\ILMONT HANNIBAL, t funeral arrangements

; Daughter,
i MRS. MERCEDES ALBURY, Business Managers: William Norwood

Daughter, 1 Willie Williams

Key West, Florida. t .___ _..
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CARD OF THANKS MRS. ANNIE RICHARDS AI ..
who departed this life March 10, "Living Service for the Living"
,
The Family.of the Late 1943.
t MR SHIRLEY JENKINS :, r +, Shall claim of death cause us to
takes this method of extending its grieve?
sincere thanks and appreciation'to And make our courage faint or
all of its neighbors and friends, fall?
who were so kind during Its. hours Nay, let us faith and hope receive;
!( of bereavement. Thanks for your The rose still grows beyond the
cards, telegrams, letters, flowers,
I. cars'and all other kind gestures of wall.MONTELL ROKER,

sympathy. Thanks also to friends ------"- .... .. MAE PERRY, !
I in West Palm Beach, Tampa and REVA LEVA FRANCISwho MARIE INGRAM. Daughters
Clewiston. ROSE MARIE MOBLEY,
Special thanks to Mrs. Bertha departed this life on March 12, Granddaughter and Nine Sons. w _
I Sharpe, Messrs. Howard Dickie and 1959. Yw Y _
their untiring assistance
Jesse Owens for Francis Funeral "Jesus, tender shepherd, hear me; IN MEMORIAM 0'r .
the Jtp
"
1 Bless Thy little lamb tonight.
J. Johnson of
Rev. P.
the
Home, In Memory of a Loving Mother,
North Miami Beach, Faithful'Chap' MR. EUGENE FRANCIS, a Thoughtful Mother-tn-Law anda Oscar L Range Funeral HomeM.
I ter No. 93, O.E.S., and the Home Father, Wonderful Grandmother
q Mission Society of Oak Grove Baptist MRS. ALICE FRANCIS, ESTELLA LONG
thanks to Athalie Range Owner N. Patrick
Church. Again; Your Mother, who passed away on March 11, Range, Mgr.
everything.
for
->everyone
kindnesses will never be forgotten, GARCELIA Sister. FRANCIS, 1961.One whom God loved best and 5727 N.W,17th Ave.

and. .may God always bless you. taw fit to pluck from the midst of

I MRS. LEILA GAINOUS, loved ones. OX 1-0131 OX 14343
MRS. ELLA WILLIAMS, FRANK and HELEN JONES
I Drive Carefully!
MR. JOHN WILLIAMS. {I and Family.
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dptu. In the Opa 2044 NW 62td St. ,Nttes PL, beat interest of your children 2941 NW 47th St., Miami
Locka area near church, and yourself. :
school
5815
N.W. 12th Ave.
Jamaica Dugie always a
and shopping center. Call Mick 9.5533, days OX 1-9272. .,
Ins Rental Agency. NE 405QO. 4001 NW 11th Ave. See InsidS LlllKltTY CITY DBTECTlVfi friend ,- Caretaker Apt. 10j i
Indf today. 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS AGENCY & PATROL INDFJabberwock's
HKIIV1CE
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ilui cottage, beautiful grounds. indf
"Chief" Nick <%
e t Wn
2 BEDROOM home. Stove
re. For professional! who
wants the I'lUroI '
trlgcratorV Corner location.} Seeit best. Ben-Kori, Realtor,. 2644 divorce service, shadowing "":'
at 789 NW 66th St. PL NW 62nd St. Nltei PL cabeeOffice" :4.. 'ADS'7.
9.5633, MIAMI TIMES
80792. OX 1.1234 or'OJ>t.t>030 :
:lays: OX
1101 NW 19372.45th St. Sea today 3 Day or Night- ,I .'. in the air! DON'T COST THEY, ;W%Jr
APARTMENT, 161 NW 16th St. ,.
Free water, hot and cold. Low bedroom' 2 bath CBS. Custom -----.--- -

ratio Call NE 40195.; i ullt.. Big, big master bedroom, $150 CASH -* ,.$69 MO. SUNDAY SPECIALS. ;.
...
lovely grounds, $1,000 down. *. """"* j' i II
ROOM. Prefer nice inte'llpent, '1en-Korl, Realtdr, 2644 NW $7,700 total ,,JQBS bedroom CfV 4801 N.W. 11th Ave. .i-" ,

working single man. NE 62007. 12nd St. Nltes PL 9.5533, day partly furnished: 'on :. t ., i. .

CLEAN ROOM In large house. ')X 19372. 75 x 110 foot\lot. s Open Sunday 26 p.m. ." .'f' "

Single 5-5283.! middle age man. $8. NE 767 49th St. See today -" '- $450 DOWN, NO CLOSING COSTS .' *:'""* ,:
neautiful CBS Very large rooms,

UNFURNISHED APT. Two bedrooms I. Barbecue Florida room Pit,, fenced front back yard. $250 CASH $75 MO. I CBS, 2 bedrooms plus Fla. room, carporte: corner:,Iot'.

No children 828 NW 'ngs. $400 down. porch Ben-Kori awn., 2 bedroom, Fla. rooms garage with well, pump and sprinkler system.. ; 2.'airon.'.
55th Terr.
Tealtor, 2644 NW 62nd St. furnished. Nicely ditioners. I .... '
partly ;"'.. "
Kites: PL 9-5633, days OX 19372. ; /.
NICE 2 _bedroom duplex. 2236 landscaped. .
,
NW 50th St. For information I I I LOST I DON'T MISS THIS; I : f
.
call TIT 84296. -
REWARD OFFERED for .,
I I iady'b'ack .
EDISON REALTY
frame glasses In :
vicinity of DOCTORS
BEAUTIFUL 3 bedroom I LAWYERS,
furnish. NW 17th Ave. and 79th
at. Call
175 N.W. 62nd St. PL 1.2441
e 1 I. stone house, large yard M\ rs. C. Parks. NA 1-8276. TEACHERS
Fruit and shade: trees. No child. Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath
rrn. 6900 NW 23rd ave NoticeBeauticians CBS home in lovely area.

2 HEDROOM duplex-1760 NW moved to new lo- Central heat, air condition,
50th St. Stove and refrigerator "atlon. Addle Tate Williams, beautiful sun porch. Car- NO QUALIFYING --- NO CLOSING COST

furnlh<' For Information call Roes Lee Dickey, Gladys lAnder, porte, awnings. Only $1,500
FR 9-7415 I ormerlv of Maggie's Beauty Sa. 'down. $395 DOWNCBS
Call for
'on, 1420 NW 3rd ave., have appointment
Furn'shed; room In n nice home roved to Addie's Artistic Beauty home newly decorated inside with carpet. 1
to n nice lady or man. 5710 NW talon. 1083 NW 54th Street
]fI'h ave. NE 48495. '519541. oWe mortagage only.$75 per month 3

:z-rnOllT.! \ Unfurnished LIVE ON TilE F..AClI? arrange financing also
$11 50 per week Call E. Picard To know:what It meanso make McNicholas Real Estate
Rental Acency, FR 72902. hp l>wt of your one nltc off TRIO REALTY
"hnmlav nlte at the SATELLITE 7927 NW 7th Ave. PL 1.7592
FURNISHED efficiencies. All '.OUNCJK IA I Just file lassos to 801 NW S4th St.
utilities included $12.50 mt end (\>ntlnnou entertainlent OJHMI 0.5 Sunday and evenings by appointment
wpot. 620 NW 8th St. FR per ever<< )' alto of the week PL 9-8372 PL 9.5455
'
72902. Kami's Most Intimate Lounge NE 5-8745
SATELLITE

MODERN furnished room with (1222 N.W. 7th Ave.
all conveniences In clean quiet III
FOR SALE
p'ace. Call' OX 14864.
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$1 G PER WEEK, 6 room un. I Government Inspected and Approved
furnished dun'ox. 1365 NW G8tb 3 MASTER BEDROOMS
Teir. HI 61266

_$18 PER WEEK, 3 bedroom cot. LOVELY HOMES OPENLOW 2 baths, Florida room, carpeting, air conditioner,

tage. Free gar nnd water. 6043
NW 24th III large fenced corner. $600 down $91 month
ave. 61266.
LOW DOWN PAYMENTSEZ

1 BEDROOM furnished apt. All
FURNISHED $350 DOWNCBS
utilities Downtown area. $18. TERMS 1 LESS THAN RENT
NE 40500.
indf Immaculate 2 bedroom, rear Florida room
1OPA<
SEE TODAY $25 BINDER HOLDS .
.
.
LOCKA area. 1 bedroom, I .
newly decorated, unfurnished M.;. *v*:;.:>>; Garage. $11,500 total

$15. Furnished $21. 2 bedroom .
unfurn. $18, furn. 2 bedroom
4-0500. Indf 4020 NW 8th Avenue SWIMMING POOL 1


LOVELY rent. Excellent email house.neighborhood.Duy like Priced $1,000 under FHA. Fla. room, garage, corner. 3 bedroom 2 bath, terrazzo floors nearly new

$50 down or J lees, $20 a week.: $400 down. $75 month. $600 down $78 month .
NE 55566. per .. .
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ROOM in private home BEN FINKEL Broker : .
private - ,
bath, kitchen prlvnf\ ('s. 3120 NW
67th St. OX 18113. 4400 NW llth Place 1318 NW 7th St. FR 1.5681


nice ROOM person.with Call private evenings bath Sat.for Large 3 bedroom, loveliest area, many extras. I

and Sun,
OX 13827. $11,000 total. Only $339 down. No extra cost.

FOR SALE HOMES HOMES GALORE!

2 bedroom CBS home with i I -
-
fence-in yard and storm shut 1781 NW 47th Terrace
ters. Price $12,6pO. 5654 SW 2011 N.W. 51st Street
15th st. MU .3.7012 West Holly down
"wood, Fla. MarlO Lovely, like new duplex. $550 total payment. 2 bedroom ,CBS with dining room, enclosed porch,

SMALL bedroom No extra cost, live rent free. and Florida Room. $350.00 down plus closing cost.
2 houoe. Small
$71.00 monthly Sales price $11,500.00
,
down payment or no down pay. .. ---+
'm mt depending on reliability of landscaped with
'buyer. 2 bedroom CBS beautifully many
Call PL 7-2226
after 4
'p.m.- fruit trees. $11,600.00 sales''price with $350.00 down
IndfIXCOMK 1069 NW 76th Street
. IiI.! J month .
i plus closing cost, $66.82, per

f TAX TTMKI I Newly 'decorated doll house, garage, large room. NW 52nd Street area :
'
your\Y# will Income be glad tax! ,to long help or you short file ;'$80 per month, $449 down. .":4.I 1481 N.W. 45th Street '

t 'rm. Come to Fenater! Realty, I A Pink Darling
1260 NW 62nd St. Ask for
landscaped. Low down
Harold. indf 2 bedroom CBS beautifully ; ,

1510 NW 4 nd St. See todaySotless payment and low monthlys .
- bedroom CBS. No
Qualifying: No closing costs. One NEWS REALTY .. THE BEST DEALS" .100 .;' ,
mortgage $84 month pan all.
$500 down Den-Kori, Realtor, PERCY L. JOHNSON ;
2644 NW 62nd St. Nites PL
95533. Days OX 1-9372. Work For You)
(The Broker That 3781 Grand Avenue j

Separate LARGE 3 garage bedroom,FIIA corner terms lot. 4600 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 4-0655 Miami 33, Florida I 1

$11,500.. 1351 NW 40th St. I (Open Sunday) Phones HI 64)334Classified :

775 *od 777 NW 47th St. See ,
J.nslde l joday. Very large room I l] 'L "" u u I .,......:.1>>&.;_.
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

I HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS I PAGE 14 SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1962 I


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HOMESTEAD JUNIORThe FLORAL HEIGHTSOn
W.
District 8 PTA Holds 25th LIBERTY CITY regular monthly meetingof March 6, 1962 Floral
i There are yet some of us who the PTA of our school was Elementary School held its
have not become so sophisticated. held on Tuesday Feb. 12. After second Sharing Experiences
Anniversary Convention ly knowing that we fail to value the business session the fourth meeting. The purpose of this
.. vlslsts made by us of resource grade teachers preeented a most meeting was to give teachers on
One of the largest delegationsof ny K. Bryant followed with mu. who are work Interesting and enjoyable pro. each grade level an opportunityto
the State PTA met in West sisal selections and greetings 'I persons-persons gram. The theme of this pro. acquaint the faculty with new
Palm Beach Florida at Roosevelt from the mayor and various del. .I ing In supervisory roles Hence gram was "Eyewitness! to Negro Ideas, methods and techniquesof
High School Feb. 22, throughFeb. ejatas of the city. the visits made by supervisors History" and was most beautifully presenting subject matter.
24, to celebrate IU 25th Flendberg, hud Porti r were im. done by the students por. The second and fifth grades
Key speaker: Mr. Olivia S. H. traying famous Negroes.
year as an organization. Four mense value to us educ Uonally. shared experiences together Tea.
and eighteen delegateswere Palm Beach county was key B Jack
hundred The West Homestead family chers participating were
present representing forty Baldwin, Supervisor of Schools of We were ever: BO pleased to have Is beaming with pride over the son, M. Savage, M. Forde, B.
nine counties and more than note speaker who gave an in had them visit with us last Mon. receet honor accorded principal Carey, B. Burns J Florence E.
hundred units throughout the spiring talk from the theme for day. Nelson Bethel, who was selectedto Knaggs. L. Hepbourn, S. Moore
State. The theme for this year: this year. She expounded on the the National Association of V. Tinker R. Leverlty, W. Chester -
"A Balanced PTA Program-A full meaning of a balaneed PTA. Much to our delight we hereat Secondary School Principals W. Murray W H. Tur -rand
Challenge." LCE have gained a new secre. meeting in St. Louts, Mo. II. Brannon.
P.M.
Workshop Time-Friday ; tary as well as a resource per.
ORDER OF MEETINGSThe the one factor every delegate son-Language: Spanish-in the Miss Shirley Gibson, former The Floral Heights Elementary
Board of Manager meetingwas looks forward to. This year's person of Mrs. Leonora I Regan second grade teacher Is now School Is sponsoring i pl17 en t.
the first on the agenda.: This workshop was under the able direction who natively, comes from Haba. serving as Special Reading pupil banquet on Friday March
meeting was call ed to order by of Mrs. Minnie F. Fields. na Cuba. She is a relative new teacher. 16, 1962.
Prudent Harper at 9:00 a.m. OSGOODY comer to many Miamians, but Mrs. Evelyn 17 all ens on, second Tickets are $1.00 for adult
Thursday. PRESIDENT ELECT since coming to LCE she hag bl Saturday P. M. The following come an asset to the whole-school after Increasing her family an J. Dove and R. L3vorly
Grneral Session was declared officers were elected: Arnett L. program. One finds her ever adorable baby boy. I reporters
o-en foe business at 10:30 a.m. Oseood, Palatka, president. Apsalachlcola ready to assist in any endeavourthat The students anticipate sponsoring Grace B Albert, principalFeb.
with the presentation of the col- Florida; Ivory Mack she can. It is with out an Easter exhibition: of
> by the Boy Scouts. Invocation treasury West Palm Beach; Mrs. stretched arms that we accept the Ic, wood, fabric and remarkablyic
hv Father Lambert L. Sands F. D. Fryer, secretary, Daytona; new addition to our family; and i wood, fabric and remarkable 14. Mrs. Brarsfleld and
vicar St. Patrick's Episcopal Mrs. Delia M. Freeman, asst. sect. we sincerely wish for her a *access wood fabric and remarkable Mrs. McHenry are instructors of
Church, West Palm Beach. Pensacola; Mrs. Mae Dell Bray that shall be overwhelming. household items. this group. Approximately 130
Pageant Presented Mrs. non Historian Miami. ly complete, and staggering in its The principal and faculty students enjoyed this grand tour
Mary The chaperons were Mrs. Y.Brasefield .
*. mass impact members enjoyed a pleasant out.
Johnson Second Vice Presl- DATES TO REMBER I Miss D Harte Mrs.
1 nt preeented a National Congress meets In ing of fishing on the Florida
pageant com..eating At. Teachers Emma Wells, Elry M. McHenry B. Pennlngton W
-. the "TA's 35 years as lanta, Georgia June 1719. Sands, Ida K. Sidney Madeline Keys Saturday Feb. 17. McIntosh and parents Mrs.
congrres followed by a stlmu'atln State Workshop meets In Day. Thompson, and D. Rlcar Jo As an outgrowth of an exten. Owens Mrs Duncan Mrs. Lee
'! !* address by president Harn tona Beach Florida second week Thomas are busily planning for sivo unit on Conservation, the and Mrs. Walton.N. .
r who the In July. Basic English class toured the
gave delegation a the Spelling Bee. Each morninga L. Bethel, principal
"h alien ge.Major State Congress meets the last group of contestants (runner. Everglades National Park ou Thelma S. King reporter
Thursday through Saturday in the ups) from each grade is
Visits group
Thursday night
beautiful
city of
Fort Lauder.
the entire delegation assembled dale, 1963 busy trying out. I V
at the Greater Tabernacle Baptist Anthony L. Simons Last week Mr. Charles Rogers a
Church-Invocation by Rev. J h.. Publicity Chairman our music consultant, culminated learn the art of

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Mi8>::141lt..l. ':".1: his unit on the orchestra by
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having a program depleting the

I TV Service Calls $L*> music the made school by s cafetorium.each instrumentin BARBERING ANDPROCESSING

Let us not forget about our
ALL monthly PTA which la' held on
MAKES-ALL MODELS PLUS PARTS the second Tuesday of each
month.
LARRY'S T.V.
Mary Ford Williams principal
WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS Denis R. Thomas, reporter

RADIOS, HI-FI AND STEREO REPAIRSWe

Sell Used TVs on Credit
Who will be
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There are many good-paying poU j"tyd

Lions open throughout the State of

Florida. There Is a tremendous ihort

AGENCY INC. age of barbers throughout America

and a real opportunity for you. Barbers

art earning $75 to $150 per

Y The largest collection and rental .. week. Work Is light, clean, friendlyand

assures you a yeer-'round Income
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Dade and Broward Counties'

NO UNEMPLOYMENTNO
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L.
L. BROOKS
OwnerMANAGING LAYOFF AT AGE 40

Good Hours-Good Earnings
AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN Good Working Conditions

10,000 HOUSING UNITS


Bonded also has FREE employment service forBonded's
: FREE 2 WEEKS TRIAL!

Tenants, at main office, 4150 NW 7th Ave.

WORTH $100 and $200 EACH
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A GROUP OF SCHOLARSHIPSwill
11 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU

be those students who
1103 N.W. Srd AVE ..._. FR 8.8416 17325 HOMESTEAD AVE. given to

1675 N.W. 82nd ST. ... OX 1-4423 Perrlne ........ CE 5.8358 demonstrate the greatest ability during
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1010 N.W. 8th ST. the first two-week trial period.

8801 GRAND AVE. ..?,....... m 5-1881 Ft. Lauderdale ........ JA 4.8857

e 4240 N.W. 27th AVE. ........ NB 58486 830 HAMMOMniLLE RD.
Pompano ..._....._ WE 83235 DAY and NIGHT CLASSESA
:. 2060 N.W. 70th ST. ......._ PL 8.0827
j < 14255 N.W. 22nd AVE. few openings still rcmUn In our classes tiding la

e 2060 N.W. 8rd CT. ...._.... FR 18W5 Opa Locks ..........._ MU 84617 JANUARY and FEBRUARY

NEXT CLASSES START FEBRUARY fit'*
MAIN OFFICE
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA NORTH DADE 'PTA l Birthday


SATURDAY MARCH 10, 1962 PAGE IS MEETS MARCH 22 Dy PUN PHIL PHUN OS8OFBR Celebration ,"s ,-

IB invited to the
North Dade PTA will hold Everyone
. . . . .t Tll the birthday celebration of Dr. H.
Its monthly meeting in the Audi When one listens to a racist
Sweeting, 2148 NW 4th St., Ft.
torlum of the school Thursday speak about segregation, he usually
WeSt America' hears three reasons why Lauderdale, Sunday, March 11,
Key night, March 22, 1962 at 8:00
"can't happen will be
deeegregalon at 4 p.m. Guest speaker
Southernmost City p.aAll : here" for a long time. First, Rer. I. C. MIcktni. pastor of Mt

Dy FRANCES ft. JiAUtEtt parent Ire strongly urged j 1 he'll say, you can't legislate mo. Olivette Baptist Church.

. . I rality." Next he tells you, "It
attend this
- - - to Important
" very must come gradually' and finally Guest soloist, Mre Thelma
Pareats who have not
W. II. ZANDERS CL17i1ANNIVERSARY On the sick list alsd ate :Mrs renewed meeting. their membership for the old baloney" that "The McDonald, All gifts, large or

Sarah Butler, Mrs. Annie Rich 1 the year are encouraged to do so Negro Isn't ready. small are requested in cash for

W. H. Zanders Club of Bethel ardson, Mrs. Estelle Jackson, as soda as possible. The newly Of course he really is telling the Sweeting Foundation Fund,
Mrs. Leila Thompson and Mrs.
AME Church will celebrate Us 6th Beatrice McIntosh. Friends wish founded Agnes McCoy Scholar you (1), that he refuses to abide Inc. All donations tax free.
anniversary Sunday, March 11 at all of them well again. ship can be given only to persons by any law that forces him to be
the church. whose parents are financial members moral{ (2)), that "gradual"
The members of the club will Mrs. Jennie Welters Moss, of of the PTA. I means never; and (3) that it IB on the kooks is moral legiihu
attend church In a body and a 409 Smith Lane is sick at her : he, not the Negro, who Isn'tready knows' this but
Support PTA by attending tlon. He really
your
special sermon will be preachedby residence. Friends of this com. for desegregation.Now .
the pat;tor, Rev. R. D. White. i munity wish her well again soon. meetings regularly. II let's tear down prefer to obey only thnne laws
Choir No. 2 will furnish the I Anthony L. Simons, president II I I fense. First we can and do legh.1 I which suit him. William Pitt

music for the occasion. The pres. I said, "Where law ends, tyranny

ident, Mrs. Mlzpah Kemp Is ask TUSKEGEANS I North DadeThe begins", This country wa established \
ing all the members to be out on Piano Students by grave souls who fled

time at 6:30: p.m. CALLED TO MEET Adult basketball game tyranny anu teglisted morality.
The public is invited to at. Present ConcertPiano
tend this service. All graduates and that was played on Thursday Second Truth la for NOW, not
persona March 1st was very successful
who have attended Tuekegee are North Dade High Boosters' team students of Mrs. Fran. to be accepted gradually It a sin.
Rev. K. D. White preached a called to meet at the home of Dowed to Miami Warriors with a ces Thoman (presented an "Af ner is converted he suddenlysees
powerful sermon Sunday night, Mrs. Blanche Dean, 5601 N W score 63.54 letting Swilley of the ternoon at Baroque Music" Sun, the "light'; It his rebirth )JI
March 4. Everyone present en. 10th ave. on Saturday evening Miami Warriors make 15 points. day, March Oat her home. The Instaneous, a true rebirth, b. immediately
joyed the service. 8 p.m. The Easter Tea and other Bains Funeral Home trampled recital was recorded on tape. recognizes the errors
Rev. White and his asstsUnt plans for the year to be dtscus- Miami Knights 48.36 with Cyril The following students perform his previous life, and abhorlnic
pastor Rev. Ramsey, attendedthe red. Your presence and thinkingare Clark of hams Home lead the ed works by Bach, Handel, Croftand them, he cas them off as would
District ConVirence at needed to strengthen the scoring with 14 points. Pergolesi: Sandra Holmes, cast off a poisonious snake. It Is
Goulds, Fob. 29 where Rev. group. Social get-to.gether after Jacqueline Holland, Jacqueline now or never not gradually
On March 16th the Adult boa.ketbali Charles Mortson, Brian
White preached a beautiful ser. short business session. Each Holmes! ,
single elimination tour. I Tirade, Gal] Last the precept that the "No.
mon. Accompanying their pastor member requested to bring a Thomas, Miss Ada 11.
were Mrs. Florida Carey, Mrs. new member. namnt will start, North Dade I I Powell, Miss Ernestine Strickland, gro Isn't ready come from who
Florence Wilson, Mrs. Marie Ora D. Taylor, president High Boosters Will lead the tour. Mrs. Valerie Mons, Rosalind logical thinking. Whites
Green and Mrs. Phalona Mc.. nament will start North Dade Smith and Virginia Smith. have had as little education as
Clain. Miami. The second game will be I I An added special highlight for has been afforded their darker
Zeta Amicae played between Damns Funeral the audlerce was the performance skinned brothers, and who live In
Home and the Derbys of Browns bv the gust artists. Mlsa!! Shirley the kind of housing that the Negro
ENGAGEDMrs.: vine The first game will beginat Wallace performed "Dido's La. has been force to occupy, are
Alice Porter, 409 Virgrn- Fellowship Tea 7:30 p.m.; so come out to enjoy ment troll "Dido and Aeneas" protected by the very laws that
la St. wishes to announce the en and root for your favorite by Hen/ Purcell and "Rejoice are Ignored in the case of the
gagement of her daughter, Mrs. Sunday, Feb. 18 was Fellowship team. The admission Is free. Greatly, L Daughter of Zion," Negro.. When. these laws were
Joseph Pla to William Rudolph \ Day for Zeta Amicae of Miami and 1 from H: nc.tl s "Messiah." She al. passed each citizen was given
Ferguson son of Mr. and Mrs. their friends and well-wishers. The The homeroom track meet ro playa. the piano accompani.ment certain inalienable rights. Only
Clifton Ferguson, 828 Johnson occasion was observed with a started March 1st with the to ? "a. Thomas' treble re the Negro has been alienated
Lane. Tea given at the home of the eleventh competition 11.1 won corder eons' "Minuet" by Johnson from these rights. It these Whitesare
Army Pc. Ferguson Is station. President Friend Maydell Bray with 29 points, 11.3 13 points Krl'Rt ". ready then so la the Negro.
td at Fort Sill, Okla. The wed non. and 11.4 9 points. For the in. Mr. ra twin Hepburn sang
the racist given you
ding date will be announced later. dividual events, William Player "Thy Ittke hath broken his So you see, maintaining
for

very inspirational program and won first place in the 100 yard heart" "Dr hold and see If unreasonable reasons
hat fashion show were status quo. He is really
high style dash with Emerson Wilson second sorrow" from Han.
An impressive Ring Ceremonywas the events of the afternoon, after and Clarence Scott third 440 run dot's there l>*to:> /iah. Mr. Robert I only fooling one person, that
beld at the gymnasium of which delightful Tea Time was Robert Body first, William Player led the contlnud for Immortal "let's do it gradually,
Thomas
Douglas School Sunday, March 4 enjoyed by everyone. second and Benjamin Green third i- compositions on they're not ready" fellow whom
all of the love
at 4:30 p.m.. Twenty-eight sen. 220 dash Emerson Wilson he sees only in a mirror.
yard
Zeta Amicae wishes to thank its the fifing nes.
!
lora of Douglas received their first ad Benjamin Green second

rinm.A short. program was renderedand port patrons In making and guests this Fellowship for their sup Teaa and run, Chas.Ronald Braddock Rahming, lit third.and Ben.880 \ tI. $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $11)

Rev. Jasper Williams bless; success for this is our way of
"
jamln Green second The shot

ed address.the rings and delivered the sending to Dade another County Junior deserving College.We student. aid put Rahming Anthony,Furman 2nd and first Benjamin, Hnn. fI '._ 'D CASH ? Wlt -

vlt.ieodde, etheofyckson especially appreciate the Green third. For the discus ,' t-'I Loans
2nd Mortgage
I and
Rev. Williams, pastor of Mt.
throw William Player first, Ben. ,
to
made
contribution
our program
Zion Baptist Church, Marathon. by our guests, Mrs. Lenora Jamln Green second and Clarence ( $1,000, $1,500 $2,000 or more today y}
Presentation of rings was made
Miller Scott third. II II. LOTS AND HOMESCALL
by Professor Alfred L. Sands, Smith and Mrs. Margeruite .VE BUY
soloist, MIllS Brenda Jackson, WofI
principal. There will be a shuffledboard jCl) RonaM' I Baron
and Mrs. Margulte Miller, solo IE 2-4343
doubles for girlsboys
tournament (
ists, Miss Brenda L., Jackson Mf.rtgaire Broker Wo
Saturday March 10th start
Celebrating birthdays In the Mrs. ROle Poitier and Mrs. Ing )at 10:00: a.m. to 12 :00.Won't ) :S80 SUNX ISI.R IILVIK
Johnnie Hazel Braynon, models, little WILINCOLN Y 3566
month of March: Mrs. -
and enjoy
out ,
come .,.
I you MIA Tl ItKACII:
Moss, Mrs. Ivadell Wallace, Mrs. Miss Miles who gave a reading, the recreational activities at fIo

Susan Carye, Mre.DalvB Zelma, Mrs.Reckley Nathaniel, Mrs. Gloria and an Braynon.impersonation Thanks again by Mrs.to North Dade high Center? $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $.,.

Laurence Barnes, Mrs. Nadle D. : all. I Mrs II. N. Byrd, reporter I

Deaulah Pinder, Mrs. Sarah i I, 'dilwuW: WUlUWl1lW m 1WWUIlU WY UOO
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Cleare, Mrs| Sarah Roberts, Mrs.I REDUCE E Z
Pinder William E.DlggB,
Pamela ,
Lone 20 weekly.
Archie Pander Jr., David Lopez, ponnds FIELDS
Effective medication, IDJectionn. -
and Stanley Strachan. Physician spec

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I '. .IE MIAMI' TIMES -. MIAMI. FLORIDA Announcement Curse In Human Elks Oratorical i:...
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PAGE 16 SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1962 Mr. and Mrs Jo4homas, : ; Sr., Relations Offered Goriest March 21 ,. .

n of 1912 NW 6th> St; announce '
By Zeke Brady, Reporter
\ the marriage of ,their daughter,
.. ; Join The YMCA Today! Clara Mae to Mr. Joseph Mc. The First Unitarian Church of The local Elks annual Oratorio
:BROWARD Kinley Trusclalt of Marin Miami announces a 5-week Adult cal Contest will be held on Mon
COUNTY quoin, La. Clara 'ta A Junior at Education! Course in Human and March 26 at 6 at the
day
YMCA place for boys, to be held p.m.
i a Southern University., The groomis interGroupRelations Dixie Park Auditorium 340 N.W.
NEWSBy girls, and adults to work and a '61 graduate<" of Southern Consecutive( Wednesday eveningsthe 13th St.Each. ,
play and have a feeling of be. and is employed as a. 'science in tt church. (Hwy. No. 1 at S.W. of the high schools in
WALTER BOWS longing. struc tor In Marlnguoin ,The 29th Rd) beginning March 21, County will student
The Carver Branch YMCA is in coupe! reside in Baton Rouge 8:00 p.irt. Open to the public, an Dade have a
'he midst of its membership drive. 1 admission. of 75 cents includes coffee this competing for the top prize in
The Chamber of Coinra,rc Each: citizen is asked to take out a contest.
meets Monday night, March 11, membership and help the Carver AFTER TilE DOGS Following the contest a special
I entertainment will be held
These will be lectures by out. at the
its building. Branch to promote the physlcil, .
at Dog trackers are making it aMbit
Elk's home 16th
mental and spiritual welfare of the I standing teachers. In each case, 329 N.W. Ter.
to by the Satellite
stop Special prizes will be given to the
boys and young people of this community the lecture will be followed by a
after the also welcome
races.
The PTA of Carver Ranch's I Loss i coffee break and roundtable discussion Lodge and Temple having the
Elementary School will meet Entertainment Every for those who wish to stay, largest attendance at the contest,
Nelson L. Adams princioal of Nlte. Popular prices '-4 no cover.
Wednesday, March 14, 8 'p.m (tn SATELLITIS: the evening to adjourn about 10:00: and the entertainment. The public *
unbar Elementary School and
is
echool's cafetorlum. invited.
All
the
mm.
0223 N.W. Till 'Ave.
bers be preeent. phairman of the 1962 Membership pm.The
please
Enrollment, announce that eiVmain Plenty free> perking' -gear breakdown of the course is
the "Y"I Entrance, ,;
divisions follows
spotlieht
as :
Director
Executive Greater
Lang, ,
The Rev. O. W. Foster, patorof j>rive. These divisions are as Wed, March 21 ATTITUDE Miami Urban League. .
Ebenezer Baptist Church, lId.l ). follows' : Red Division, Paul Jo. FORMATION IN TilE INDIVIDUAL Wed.,April 18-INTERNATIONAL
l landale, was taken to :Mt. 8'nal' "poh. chairman; White Division, vision, Samuel Cohen, chairman; : How prejudice arises; how it RELATIONS AS HUMAN RELATIONS -
'Hospital after he became |JJl}1 )Jut Cobble Wright and Mrs. Elizabeth Sustaining Division, Mrs. Clora M. can,be combated in the individual. : Panelists, including Dr.
week. 1 E. Johnson, co-chairmen; Blue Di. Pearsall, chairman; Organizations Dr. James Tedeschi, Assistant professor Bailie and Dr. Tedeschi, will apply
Division, Emanuel Fryar, chair of Psychology, Universityof their disciplines to the prob
man; and Board Division, Dr. Miami.
lems of international relations.
The fourth Sunday of the' George A. Simpson, chairman. Wed. March 28-INTERGROUPRELATIONS
Look Who is Here! I
month will be Woman's
Day at These divisions represent every : Ethnic, racial, religious -
.Ebenezer Baptist Church.i The ordained Rev T. R. Lawe, area of our community and they class. Principles and ex I
the man from Savannah, Ga., is are competing against others for amples. Dr. Helena Bailie, Sociologist
A community bus is in Carter ''ere in Miami for the first time. the purpose of recruiting the larg 4 h'
Ranches to take the children to This Is the same Rev. Lawe that est number of members to their Wed, April4-0RGANIZATION. } I
the different playgrounds "o many of you people In Miami particular division. Without a AL BEHAVIOR: Human relationsin
In the
county. Our men are asked to have been to see or heard about doubt, this competitive spirit will business and industry. Virgil'
help with this bus which can be ''pv. Lawe save he can help you serve as a stimulus for the community Pitstick, Jr. Assistant Professor o*
seen at the Carver Ranch/ hru thA power of faith in pray. to respond to the YMCA Human Relations, University of
Playground, or at Harvey D. "r. b'essins. success and can help Drive. The success of these divisions Miami.
Glover's business on Pembroke rou to regain voureelf: whereon depends on you. Join your Wed., April 11 MINORITY
Road. may be falUn Come to YMCA today! GROUP RELATIONS: II. Daniel
"?50 NW 15th ave. (Llbrety
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Jordan Flemmlng! : Is now mana. I "itv- ). from 10 am. to 0 pm.tally. !"'iIW7.!:' r.1UOW'

atr401 Bowels Barber Shop again P S Rev Lawe Is not for. .
: : a
Is SW 18th St. Erwin Harris *une teller nor a palmtet. Brand New Homes I -- -REV.----DR.-J.-LUCY
manager of the shop at 5432 OP GREENVILLE. S. 0.
SW 17th st. Clifford Bullard I'II Guaranteed: success Have your
till the manager at 4444 Save Money !
SW loved ones strayed from ,-ouT Is
17th St. Walter A. Bowe, Bargains Galore
prop. jour home unhappy? Do y o a

",A i II,,' New and used evening apparel Owner at 1430 N.W. 59th St. need money? Are you living un.
'or every member of the family. tier crossed conditions? Do yon
'::*/Bake Sale rtm for home, appliances, 3-BEDROOMS 2 BATHS FLA. ROOM want pence of mind? Do you
'Vapes, brlc-.brM. etc. Exrei. Open Sunday 2-5 p.m. want to conquer your enemies?
March 16 and 17 'pnt merchandlvt sold at a frac- 2161 N.W. 59th Street If go make an appointment' with
"on of the REV. DR. J. LUCY
oricdnnl fOlllt. Donated
Holmes *>y Women's Am..r'C9n O. 11. T. DUPLEX GOOD INCOME 811 NW 57th St. No charge If I tail Fur. ,home
Cafetorium THRIFT SHOP Lots for sale Will build to orderS. troubles, love affairs and hick,
Sponsored by PTA 1103 NW 7th Ave. PL 1.2082 E. Albany, Oat
? 'I Mrs. Da'y and BARON JE 8.1340 JE 2-4343 1401 NW 70th Street
Support The NAACP Open dally and Sat. 0.6 Miami Florida
I Friday 0 a.m. to 0 p.m. __ I l'.>>IfIII Phone OX 1.7340

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