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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 17, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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39TH YEAR, No. 33 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1962 16 PAGES 10 ntsI

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Negroes Excluded From MURDER CASEPOSTPONED i' Integrated Bandit Team Hits Ga. Bank, .11'

Bandits in Sparta Georgia Georgia Investigation agents join !
I broke into the Hancock Bank Sun ed in the hunt after the robberies. :
day, escaped with an undetermined were discovered. .
Pension amount of money after burglarizing The gunmen broke into Brooks:
City SystemA two other places and handcuffing Chevrolet and apparently: took
The hearing of Mrs. Eugenia
a policeman in his car. acetylene torches with which they
Thomas and three others on a J. L White, 49-year-old police entered the bank vault.
committee with Ihried. mostly colored people) Is injured murder blocked
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Max charge was officer, said there were at least Tho bandits, traveling in two-
son as chairman, Has brought to on duty and is. permanently and Wednesday when a defense, at.
four men in the group-two white pulled behind White and
light some little-known information totally disabled, he finally} receivesa tornfiy questioned the validity of men and two Negroes. They were cars stopped him up at 2 am The four
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on the 'operation of the pen letter saying he is disqualifiedby Dade It Grand Jury, all masked and armed with sawed- ,surrounded him and disarmed him.
sion system of the City of Miami, the City Doctor for further em
off .
shotguns.The Three of them got into his car.
Mrft. Thomas' attorney, For I
and is requesting that all city ployment with the City of Miami,
officer was handcuffed to disconnected the siren and horn
mer Judge Vincent Giblitt( won
employees be placed in the Pen and thanks for his long and faith-
a two.week delay on the groundsthat his steering wheel for four and a wires in the car and left the officer -
sion System. ful service, and best wishes for he needed the time to complete half hours before he hailed a passerby handcuffed to his steering;
the future. who freed him. Tho FBI and wheel.
Miami nQw has a pension sys. an Investigation of the selection '
Jeitt for all 01 Its employees except In its request the committee of the 23-man Jury.
laborers and custodial work noted the laborers and custodial Three other defense attorney
ers. It is allowed, by Legislative workers are in the lowest cconom concurred with him I Migrant Worker Confesses Shotgun Killing I
Act, to to 4 mills for this
assess up ic group They have no chancefor Mrs Thomas, John Millings,
purpose, bat the present assessment promotion, are in greater needof Aubrey Henry and Clarence i Arthur Lee Brisbane, 23 year-old as he drove home at about 9pm.
is 3.21 mills. pension in or foiled Simnon: are defendants In a itinerant farm worker, confessed with $8,000 which was taken by
retirement for physical disability, holdup of i bouts house that t Monday to the October shotgun tho robber
It is estimated that 3.45 mills and they should be covered by the suited< will be in fiscal
required the next Pension System before the system Beatrice Dutl WAY when the re. and"Was ordered to undergo psychic (truck were discovered early the
year to support the system as it two Pcrrlne
I is improved for any other sicted atric examination. next morning by
h now operated. group of city employees.A Giblin told Circuit Judge Hob- Police said Brisbane admitted youthsSuspecting".
One mill produces approximately ert Floyd in court that he w a s ambushing and blasting Frank others may be involved
$900,000. spokesman for the committedsaid unable to obtain the records of Fountain, after his arrest last Metro detectives are check'
City Finance Director Wendel : "Budget is now being prepared the Grand Jury Commission, week on three other robbery ing the alibis of Brisbane's known)
Bailey has estimated it will take i.I for next year. We tried to which chooses the 600 names charges. associates Sylvester Adair, Justice:
$125,000 per year to bring these i get these employees into the Pen. Fountain, 26, of 11830 S.W, 180th of tho Peace of Homestead has
other people into( the pension sys II sion System last year and it appears Continued on page 4 St., and father of four, was killed already issued a murder warrant.
tem. '' they will not all i be examined
Presently If a white employee, I physically in time to be covered .
other than laborer or custodial, is'' this year
injured on duty and is permanently k ki
and totally disabled, he receives "In the meantime, all the old,' i 1 ,
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two-thirds of his salary at the timeof slow, sick or disabled, regardlessof : ,
retirement, the committee said. years of service, are being sys. .
If a laborer or custodial worker tematically fired. :
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43.year old Miami man was and he pulled out his gun. The ;
fatally shot five times during a shooting followed.
heated argument over a woman Bryant Will charged l with second
last Saturday night at the Third degree murder in the case. He
Avenue Chop Suey Restaurant, was tried on May 23 of the same
1B37 N.W. Third Ave., according year in Judge Ben C. Willard's
to the Homicide Bureau of the Criminal Court, was found guiltyof I
Miami Police Department. Both manslaughter end was sentenced I II
the. dead man and the man who on the same day five years in ,
did the killing had previous murder Raiford State Prison lie remain A i4'!
records-the victim having od at the prison for approximatelytwo
killed his wife in 1055: : and the years, after which he was released I I
assailant having stabbed a man to and returned to Miami.I I J

death in 1949. :Marshall Stabbed a Man to }Death The United Negro; College for the support of the 33 mem. id, Louis Portlock Jr., Mrs J. L. "I
Police said Theodore Bryant, of in 1919' jf fund kicked off Us Dade County ber colleges not receiving state Dixon, Garth C. Reeves, chair..
1419 N.W. 5th Ave., was shot dur- Also according! to police records; "campaign for $5,000 on Tuesday aid, Income for all UNC collegesis man, Mra Maude Reid, secretary ..
ing an altercation with Booker T. Marshall admits that he stabbed a with a luncheon meeting at derived from tuition fees, in. Michael Seisin, cochairman '
Marshall of 1421 N.W. 6th a man to death in 1949. Details of the Sir John Hotel. tereet on small endowments and David Dobbs, Mrs. Frank.
Marshall was later arrested by police the incident were not immediately Dtthune Cookman College recurring church.board grant. lin.
in connection with the killing available. But it is known that President Richard V. Moore and UNCF helps provide opportun. Standing, Anthony Gardiner,.
and has been charged with first Marshall was formally charged in his assistant, James Huger, out. (ties for topflight higher edu. Mrs. Mills, Dr. H II Green,
degree murder. Marshall is now the case. However, after a hear. lined the UNCF program to the cation for thousands of young Fletcher Paschal, Sam Cohen
being held in jail pending a com ing, the Judge dismissed the local group and received good re.pbnee Negro American. Dr. Moore, W. O. Perry, Mrs.
bined coroner's inquest and preliminary charge against Marshall, and hq I The local group pledged Members of the committee pre. Marian Muldrow, Rev A, D. Hall
.hearing. was subsequently set free. ',20: percent of the modest goal !Rent' at the luncheon' were ,eat.. and Donut Smith .Adamsfoto.
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Police said that Marshall told --
them that he and the woman were
in the Restaurant sitting at a I;
table, when Bryant came along
and began to "get fresh" with the _
woman. An argument followed _
between the two men and the "'i

shooting followed. ; _
The body.of, Bryant has been released d
to the blanker Funeral
Home. Bryant 'is survived by a
brother, Herbert and a sister inN r
law, Mrs Mae Bryant.

Killed Wife in 1955

According to Police records, as I
well" as the files of the "Miami
Times," Bryant shot and killed hU
then estranged wife, Thelma on
January 26, 1955. in an apartment
at 1120 N.W. 4th Ave. Bryant
then shot and seriously wounded'
hmiself in the same apartment.The _
wife was shot twice in the It
mouth and Bryant was wounded in kf t
the upper body with a .38 sntib-
nosed revolver. The records disclosed
that the couple had been i 9-V yy
separated since Christmas eve w
night of 1954 after Bryant had 1)r ; a.
beaten the wife severely. Bryant ?
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reconciliation but was umucces- I Tucker and his aunt Amanda twisters from 32 states And 7
ful. On the day of the killing, Seven-year-old Ronny champion foreign countries.The .
Bryant told Police he was again : Freeman won 2nd runner-up prize in tho International crowd showed its approval by loud applause when

attempting to affect a reconciliation Championship Twist contest, sponsored by Radio Station Ronny was announced one of the winners. He was ,pre...

between, when the an two.argument Bryant developed said that I WFUN Thousands of twist fans!fjlled Miami Beach Convention sented a beautiful trophy by Mayor Kenneth Oka of

the wife reached for an ice pick,i I Hall to watch .the., competition which included Miami Beach.





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39TH YEAR, No. 33 :MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1962 16 PAGES10 Cents '
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Negroes Excluded From MURDER CASEPOSTPONED i' Integrated Bandit Team !oils! Ga. Bank I!I

Bandits in Sparta, Georgia, I Georgia Investigation agents joined .
I broke into the Hancock Bank Sun in the hunt after the robberies. :
day, escaped with an undetermined I were discovered. "
Pension amount of money after burglarizing -I The gunmen broke into Brooks:
City System two other places and handcuffing Chevrolet and apparently: took
The hearing of Mrs Eugenia
in his
a policeman car acetylene torches with which they'
A with ried- is Thomas and three others on a J. L White, 49-year-old police entered the bank vault.
committee) flux (mostly colored"people) injured murder charge was blocked
officer, said there were at least Tho bandits, traveling in two-
son as cHairman, Has brought to on duty, and is. Wednesday when a defense at.
receives four in the white behind White and
light some little-known information totally]) disabled he finally torney questioned the validity of men group-two cars pulled up
men and two Negroes. him at 2 The four
were
They stopped am
the of the letter saying he is disqualifiedby Dade Grand
on 'operation pen- a t Jury
all masked and armed with sawed- surrounded him and disarmed him..
sion system of the City of Miami, the City Doctor for further employment
off shotguns.The Three of them into his
Mrs."rbomas' attorney, For got car.
and is requesting that all city with the City of Miami,
officer was handcuffed to disconnected the siren and horn
mer Judge Vincent Glblln, won :
and thanks for his and faith-
be in the Pen- long
employees' placed
a two-week delay on the groundsthat his steering wheel for four and a wires in the car, and left the officer *
sion ful and best for
System. service, wishes ,
the future.In he needed the time to complete half hours before he hailed a pass handcuffed to his steering;
Miami nqw has a pension sys an Investigation of the selection erby who freed him. Tho FBI and wheel..
f edt for all of employees e* i Its request the committee of the 3.man Jury
cept' l b ( noted the laborers and custodial Three other defense attorneys
ers. It is allowed, by Legislative wcrkers are in the lowest economic : concurred with him. Migrant Worker Confesses Shotgun KillingArthur I
Act, to assess up to 4 mills for this group They have no chancefor i Mrs Thomas, John Millings,
purpose, biit the present assessment promotion, arc in greater needof Aubrey Henry and Clarence I Lee Brisbane, 23 year-old as he drove home at about 9 p.rn.
is 3.21 mills pension in old age or forced SI :on are defendants In itinerant farm worker, confessed with $8,000 which was taken by
retirement for physical nip 0.1 I Monday to the October shotgun tho robber.
I holdup of a boUt house that .
It is estimated that 3.45 mills and they should be covered by the Suited In the fatal shooting of 1\oldup.slaylng of a Goulds'' grocer Tha body of the grocer and his;
will be required in the next fiscal Pension System before the system Beatrice tJUl! WIlY when the re. and"was ordered to undergo psychiatric (rude were discovered early the
year to support the system as it is improved for any other sieted examination. next morning by two Perrinc
is now operated.One group of city employees.A Giblin told Circuit Judge Robert Police said Brisbane admitted youths.Suspecting.
mill produces approximately I Floyd in court that he w a s ambushing and blasting Frank others may be involved *
$900,000. spokesman for the committee unable to obtain the records of Fountain, after his arrest last Metro detectives arc check'
City Finance Director Wendel said: "Budget is now being pre I. the Grand Jury Commission week on three other robbery ing the alibis of Brisbane's known
Bailey has estimated it will take I.I pared for next year. We tried to. which chooses the 600 names charges.Fountain. i associates, Sylvester Adair, Justiceof :
$125,000 per year to bring these : get these employees into the Pension 26, of 11830 S.W. 189thSt the Peace of Homestead hasi
other people into the pension sys I I System last year, and it appears Continued on page 4 ., and father of four, was killed I already issued a murder warrant.:
they will not all be examined
tem.Presently, if a white employee, physically in time to be covered
other than laborer or custodial, is I this year. .
injured on duty and is permanently I.' .7 -
and totally disabled, he receives "In the meantime, all the old,
two-thirds of his salary at the time slow, sick or disabled, regardlessof
of retirement, the committee said. years of service, are being systematically ; as
If a laborer or custodial worker fired." !W

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: MAN SHOT TO DEATH AFTER y I 4

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ARGUMENT OVER WOMAN I
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A 43.year old Miami man was i and he pulled out his gun. The ._
fatally shot five times during a shooting followed. -t ,
heated argument over a woman I Bryant WI'IS charged with second ,I
last Saturday night at the Third degree murder in the case. lIe ,,
Avenue Chop Suey Restaurant, was tried on May 23 of the some 1'j_ '
1637 N.W. Third Ave., accordingto year in Judg3: Ben C. Willard's :: __ {
the Homicide Bureau of the Criminal Court, was: found guiltyof
Miami Police Department. Both manslaughter end was sentenced .I.II
the. dead man and the man who on the same: day five years in
did the killing had previous murder -I Raiford State Prison. lie remained .I.J I
records-the victim having I at the prison for approximately IY K I
killed his wife in 1935, and the two years, after which he was released .. 4 v .J

assailant having stabbed a man to and returned to Miami. ___ ___ ._,_m .',._. ._._ .--'-- '"---- '-'----- i
death in 1949. ,
: :Marshall Stabbed a Man to Jeath J I The United Negro College for the support of the 33 mem. id, Louis Portlock Jr., Mrs. J. L, I
Police said Theodore Bryant, of I In 1919 M 'Fund kicked off Its Dade Coun. ber colleges not receiving state Dixon, Garth C. Reeves, chairman
1419 N.W. 5th Ave., was shot dur- Also according to police rpcordi; ty" campaign for $5,000 on Tues aid Income for all UNC colleges Mrs. Maude Reid, secre.-
ing an altercation with Booker T. Marshall admits that he stabbed a day with a luncheon meeting at is derived from tuition fees, In. tary, Michael Sossln, cochairman '
Marshall of 1421 N.W. 6th Ct. man to death in 1949. Details of the Sir John hotel tereet on small endowments and David Dobbs, Mrs Frank..
Marshall was later arrested by police the incident were not immediately Dethuna Cookman College recurring church.board grants.UNCF Ijn.
in connection with the killing, available. But it is known that President Richard V. Moore and helps provide opportun. Standing, Anthony Gardiner,.
and has been charged with first Marshall was formally charged in his assistant, James huger out. Itleg for topflight higher education Mrs. Mills, Dr, II. II, Green,
degree murder. Marshall is now tho case. However, after a hearing lined the UNCF program to the for thousands of young Fletcher Paschal], Sam Cohen
being held in jail pending a combined the Judge dismissed the local group and received good re. Negro Americans Dr Moore, W 0. Perry, Mrs.
coroner's inquest and preliminary charge against Marshall, and hq .pbn e. The local group pledged Members of the committee pre. Marian: Muldrow, Rev. A, D. Hall
:hearing. I was subsequently set free f ;2q: percent of the modest goal] sent at the luncheon were; esat.w and Dennis Smith- -Adamsfoto.

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Police said that Marshall told
them that he and the woman were
in the Restaurant .sitting at a
table, when Bryant came along
".. and began to "get fresh" with the : ; -
woman. An argument followed _
r between the two men and the ti4j
shooting followed. _

.. The body.of Bryant-has been released -. "
; to the Manker Funeral I .i
home Bryant f is survived by a I + tw .,
r brother, Herbert and a sister-In-
t law, Mrs. Mae Bryant.

!I Killed Wife in 1935

According to Police records, as .
well as the files of the "Miami !
Times," Bryant shot and killed JiU ? i 1 SSl
then estranged wife, Thelma, on 4
January 28, 1955, in an apartmentat 1 P4
1120 NW. 4th Ave. Bryant Al.s Y. x rt
then shot and seriously wounded'
hmiself in the same apartment.The .
wife, was shot twice in the
4i
mouth and Bryant was wounded in
f the upper body with a .33 snub. i ,
nosed revolver, The records disclosed I''
,..: that the couple had been
separated since Christmas eve
f night of 1954 after Bryant had
beaten the wife severely. Bryant
had tried several times to perfecta ._.--._x --- --- -....... r ,..

reconciliation, but was unu ei-I I Tucker and his aunt Amanda champion twisters from 32 states 7
ful. On the day of the Seven-year-old Ronny, And foreign countries.The .
Bryant told Police he was again Freeman won 2nd runner-up prize in tho International crowd showed its approval by loud applause when

attempting to affect a Championship Twist contest, sponsored by Radio Station'VFUNt Ronny was announced one of the wInners. lie was pre.

tion between, when the an two.argument Bryant reconctua.1 I Thousands of twist tans tilled Miami Beach Convention Rented a beautiful trophy by Mayor Kenneth Oka of

the wife reached for an Hall to watch .the competition which included t Miami Beach.

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Choir to March Bride
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Named ForImportant Talladega I .
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PAGE 2. SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1962 \ Cancer Make SecondAppearance lu

Crusade Post

1 _____. -- ._,...._- -- Miami again will have
I .. the Greater good fortune' of hearing the
Miamians Await
Opening Y" versatile Talladega Choir on Sun.
25 promptly at 5
March
day,
I I ma4o a successful
The choir
p m, here last year, and by I f
appearance
Of Integrated S. & L. I popular engagement request III making a return A,1\


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who enjoy
Residents of the various com. be opened alright. The Negro V"r AH Dado Cotintians in.
who are
music at its best or
unities of Dade County print. will never let this opportunity r. terested in Talladeiu In any way
ally settled by the Negro poyu.lation pars them by." urged to he present for this
are
are all agog these days In worthwhile afternoon music! and I
anticipation of the coming of a Information from reliable sour culture ,$' ,

Franklin Federal Savings and ces within, the applicant group, .
Loan Association scheduled partlcularly Mark Sunday, March 25 on your .
bears out what these individuals
for their area. think about the chances of sue. social calendar now. You will .. .: ...:

Attitudes on racial differeaceahate cess. One .eponser gave Information 4 s I want the entire w-hlch family will to consist share .. .
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thin .
several program :
that
to the effect i ;
almost a comp'ete .
undergone .
traditional and pop. : : ,
metamorphosis in the me. persons had come to him volunteering of classical, : ... /.
tropolitan area of Miami, in com.parison subscriptions because! they ular music .'" .. a..-...}..J.lt- -----.................
wanted to be among the first to be held In the
will
to what it was some quar. The concert
purchase shares in the new ven. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Larrlmore
of
The auditorium
ter of a century ago. cosmopolitan beautiful new
outlook in this section of ture. Brownsville Junior High School. announce the wedding Of their

the state is a fitting parallel to The latest development in the daughter, Virginia :Eloyce to Mr.
the emergence of very definite bank' is an essay con. Jesse L. Myers Jr. Of Tampa on
contribution., on the part of the test U i progress the High Schools, limited MM Nathaniel Colstom, veteran I keep In mind that this Is the Sunday, March 25 at 4 pm at
Negro people to the culture of to seniors onll. The subject worker for the American only drive by the American Can. Bethany SDA Church. A reception .
which they are a part. which these young people are Cancer Society was resently nam. I cer Society during the entlr will follow at the YMCA.
writing is "Thrift Habits of ed Residential Chairman for This Is the only time we
on '
Many Individuals with whomwe districts for the 1962 year The bride is a 61 graduate of
the Negro. Prize will be several I can get the funds to finance the
have spoken, view this asthe the Paradise Valley School ofNurr'n
opportunity for which they have awarded in the amounts of $100; Cancer Crusade. wonderful work In Research, Ed. ? in California and was
long waited "We must 'come of $50; and, $25 for the first three ,Mrs. Co'tton, well known In ucatlen and Service the Cancer employed at the Cedars of Leba.
age' No group can fully developto w'mners. "11 is hoped that with the community for her work with Society carries" en throughoutthe non hospital in Miami.
its fullest capacity within the this effort, a seed of thrift will many civic organizations has year.
framework of paternalism. A te planted in the minds of our served as librarian at the Booker Mrs CoMon, wife of Dr. Na. Mr, Myers served tour years
,
Federal Savings and Loan Association people because they need, more T. Washington School for over thaniel Colston, is also a member with the Army. The couple will
inside of our own borderscan than any ether group on the 21 years.In of the Dade County Medical Aux. make their home in San Diego
prove first, our capabilities; American Scene! ", to develop sound accepting this responsible illnry, Past president of the Del. where Mr. Myers Is an education
and second, can demonstrate the thrift habits, Dr Nathaniel Cancer Society post again this ta Sigma Theta Sorority and is major at the State college.
of the
Colston Vice President
oneness of purpose among our year Mrs, Colston stated "Thereare currently president of the Miami
yesple," is the statement of a group, said in an interview this many people whose lives may chapter of the Links, Inc., a na- ,
sckool teacher, made recently week, depend on what we accomplish in tional social, civic and cultural' Drive Carefully!
this drive. It is important to organization. j
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Dr. Colston also expressed gratitude
To others, the feeling has beeithe
to residents of the Negro
same. When one man was rt.
minted that the Home Loan community for what he termed a
Han: Board requires that 750 "splendid show of enthuslam"
subscribers totaling a million toward the accomplishment of 2e'
dollars and upward, be submitted the task which is ahead." "We are l- and 'eee4 ? I
brfore the Bank's doors can be more than half way. The Vice
opened. he said "The doors will President said with a smile. j ,



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Gladys McKenzie a-Thespian helpful. Her teacher James Ran D D
dated that In addition to o
North Dade dolph
of Troop 123, of A 4
the above hoior for which ehe
with Eva
Illirh: school, appeared
Munchln In received two weeks lalar7'MlssMcKenzle D
Jules
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Gabor
"Critic's Choice at the CoconutirovaPlayheuse.The won the "Best Support. IJ .
LN ULI IJ Lnl
ing Actress" award for her portrayal ;
( of Ruth in "A Raisin in t ..
rniiedy which had a two weeks the Sun." at the Southern die.
nn Included other stars from of the National
glonal meeting
Broadway. When asked how aha Thespian Society held recently at 24 HOURS A DAYDauLous
felt playing with these famous SouthWest High School. She is
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remarked, IC's
people Gladys the first Negro te receive this
thrilling. A great experience la award. I ( (
my life one that I will cherish : The training Gladys receives in I

for years." speech and dramatics at North NEW
::We are very proud of Gladys," Dade plus her talent te act are
said frlpcipal Wyche. We feel responsible; fir having been se. _
that the tralniig in Speech and lected above four of our girls __ -
dramatjcs she received was most who read for the fole. %


Night Must Fall; Jqlly Friend ;


Night. of Tension{ The Jolly. Friend Social Club / o
met at the home of Mrs.) MableI

Vlety I brings to life many ,we. Daniels on Saturday night o
some .1 t'.ed s. Some are broughtto Feb. J7 for business and r cre.etlen. .
Hj)t In all its brutality and The members enjoyed the I
others He dormant to strike out happy pastime afforded by the t.
again If you can hear a Bight hostees. The next meeting on .
er tension, suspense and a bra. Saturday March 17, will be at
tai tale of horror in the Hitch. the home of Mrs. Earlene Clelte,
cock tradition don't miss the I 1090 NW 56th st.

Mayo High Dramatists pro4ac Bertha Lewis, president
tion of one of the most exciting 990 !YOURTHE RADIO
masteries la American history;
ene that baa been a Broadwayhit '
a motion picture success and 'I Dept pain "Mlffct Must Fall" on
afar been balled by foreign ctitlcs. Marc -22 and 23. I





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AE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA .
Gulf Oil Hires Five Negroes I
SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1962 PAGE 3

Fire Negro sales representatives
have been assigned by deli \: b,'. r. ,' "..,.,

011 Corporation since 1961, The f Make Miami .
most recent assignment to Detroit PUN PHUN 2 Negroes "

in the Midwest has ex. fly tHIL OSSOI'KU

tended such representation to News All-City Team .
Th Tennessee Supreme Court ,
four geographical: regions into "
has ruled that an attempt to -IIt.<<
z Stan McKenzie of Northwestern
which Gulf divides its domestic '
forcibly integrate a religious and Carroll Williams of ,: \
marketing operations meeting in a public auditorium Curley were named last Thurs. GAS DEALERS '
constitutes disturbing public wor. day to the Miami News Metro-
Tullle R. Evans Jr., Is at
ship, punishable\ by a fine and Miami School All. ";
Houston, Texas, Gulfs South. politan High HELP CRIPPLE :M
Imprisonment .
western Star basketball team
Region headquarters.
With all due respect to this The other eight selectees of
based! in Atlanta, Gulf's Southern high court, I feel that the verdict the 10-man team were: CHILDRENThe
Region sales Office, is Frank is all wrong. A religious Dob Mahon, Hialeah; Ronnie
Thurmond Odom, meeting which forbids any childof ,r I Green, Miami Deach; Mike Me. 9th annual Charity Day for. "
God from participation 1 is no Laughlln, North Miami; Dan the AGRA (Allied Gasoline Re.
'
Calling retail accounts In '
on longer a religious meeting. It Man.
Doherty, Southwest; John tailera Association) will be
the Detroit. area is Doylatt B.Borney. has taken on" the aspeects of the !,'..,. ,:, .':, .;,,\, .." del, Miami leach; Carroll W1U March 16, Proceeds of two centson
.
salt which lost its ,
!
savour lams, Curley Joe Hobbs Nor
_>>:t ,,' ;
; : gallon of sold will
which is good for nothing but to every gay
Howard L. Green and Donald land; Howard Dale, oral: Gables.
A. Young assigned ,to be cant out and to be trodden Dill Gaddy and his combination Recently the Miami Herald nrn again be given to the Crippled
Company's Eastern are the underfoot of men" (Matt. 6:13.) of Allen Riley on bass; Dill ed Wllllamj to its All-City Second Children's Society 'j hrou h their
Region.
The case Involved concerned Pe'ples( on drums and" Willie Tn News has selected annual Charity Day t since 196 J:
I a youth rally conducted by the Hoons on piano are performing I integrated Team All-City< Teams for over $20,000 has been riven t to
I of God Church In Mem- In the Cocktail Lounge' : and physically handicapped
Assembly; the
NEGRO but this was help
DRIVER IN the first I three years
Night Club at Hampton House Center. 1475
phis, August 1960. When the the first time the Herald has at the Rehabilitation
Intruders" ast down while Motel and Villas, 4200 NW 27th NW 14th Ave.
SEBRING SPEED worshippers moved away or left avo., every night from Tuesday I. done so.
the e meeting. How strange? through Sunday
TRIALSThe These folks came to commune Llll Caddy is a recording$ artist
with God. Didn't they know that with King Records and has db"
Florida NAACP brancheshas by moving away from their tel. just, finished an extended engagement LS7Z Qv l'R CCZ
'owmcn, they were moving away ; : at the Skyways Motelin
asked the
of
Mayor ,
Sebring
from God? When one turns from Miami. lie previously perform
Florida
official to of cooperate with race his brethren, he turns from od at the Living Room, PlayRoom
the Inteernatlonal
Speed Trials which will be heldIn
The Tcnnesree! Court termed New Yore and: the Fnlrmount
(that city on March 23.24, in
Hotel In Lakeworth, New Jersey
protecting Negro Driver Frank the "intrusion" a well-organized
scheme designed to create incident asve'l as numerous engage.
an
Mabry, Jr., from racial dlscrlml-
nation in the City limits. ." I'll go along with this, mcnts on television.
but I fay that it wasn't the lie toured with the Third
In a letter to the Mayor the young "inrudcrs" involved, but Army, special services during
NAACP reequeeted that the "City God Hlmcelf, Who created the World War II. s< *&$
of Sebring give to him (Mabry, Incident to try the hearts of Ills Mr. Gnddy's performance is :>>\l ,* S
all of the protections of the law I worshippers diversified since he not 0 n I y '.. ... ..J.t. "
1'j\U9
in the free enjoyment of facilities alngs with hue combo but al. J\1\Tt O'DRUGssMrtS11
This case will b<" appealed, but 1i:
accomanpies himself at the FREE DELIVERY
and that every effort be madeto von If the verdict remains, the so
protect him against embarasHmeetit Individual $200 fine and 60 days piano for many numbers, ,. ,.
from those who might try imprisonment: will be as nothing -- .PPR ,Jt .M et1l Y):
to discriminate against him. compared to the eternal punish. unit of those who flaunt God
I His IIAItOI.D JOLLIVtf]7TK, Manager
by rejecting creation. I
Mr. Mabry will be driving a
"Speedwlll G. T." for an English!
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Manufacturer: and will remain
throughout: the entire racing

I period. I

He has been assured that there .
I will be no discrimination because -
of his race on the track


(j by'. track ItUITUICK officials. ItKCTALDISKASKS :Tt'i': 0



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you forgotten :

Truesdell's Beauty Shop?

There it is cool, quiet and

private

1265 NW 71st Ter.

Phone PL 80169

Elizabeth T. Merchant

Owner and Operator 4. d

Come have your hair done i

the Excelsior Way

indf CEM1ER .

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When you leave the Dogs at .

Hollywood Kennel Club 4 t

Stop in at the .

Paradise Club Carnation is the healthy family milk with extra Vitamin D

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Danla .. ; J JJ. !! Extra Vitamin D to give your babies a healthy start, and to help your ':f'
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f" "JW ;yy1" children grow straight and strong and sturdy. Extra Vitamin D to add

rI1 WA 39255 11 'P,: ; F\ .ft ... -'- good health to your cocoa and cereals, custards, puddings and pica.

':;:..c"".. 'r i'tJ Carnation is the healthy family milk-with twice the Vitamin D of
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,
taron I'rdeemharlender ..... . ., "-''a1 every
r' \ : "I 1W f; "Even when you mix it with an equal amount of water, Carnation is !

'"r'f 11'atsonIlarmald ;: ;11; t,. ifir +' .J richer than sweet, whole milk." Yet it costs far leas than ordinary milk.
Ronnie
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,; uo Miirder casePostponed
; Announcement
4 SATURDAY MARCH 17, 1962
JUST BROWSIN' Content Time! Contest Time: !
Who will be Jr. Mr. Miami. Continued fro page 1
111 Paul It. Henry Place: Carpenter Union Hall, i that so into the Grand Jury box
2040 NW 46th Sot. Mbath: May. for liter blind drawing.
1O bo. Date will be announced Jat r. Circuit Clerk E. l.. Leather.
Metro Transit Authority ha an- For further Information cQnlact man. seeretsatt0. tbS comtnlgsion. .
other setback this week when It Opa Locka Health Club 13687.1998.,NW152nd baa been out of town since
st. br calf MU
was discovered that l borne dls last: week and his office did
satisfied peftons had sweetened i not :snow when lo expect, him
the gasoline by placing sugar In FOR SALE Glbllh said that be asked for
Main Off He at 6740 N..W. 15th Arennr-Phone OX *21tluutth : the
at 1112 'X.W. Third \,"eo., Miami Florida-Phone FR 3223ftH. the tanks bt 17 buses caUslnfc records In Leatherman' office
ome damage The tanks were NEW CORNER HOME but they were not available
E. S1G1SMUXI) REEVES, Editor and Publisher! drained and damage reported 3-bedrobm 2 bath March 28 has been set b
GARTH C. UKKVKS, Managing Editor slight. The garage is now being Judge Floyd for the next ho/

guarded. Sprinkler system ing ..._
Entered as Second Class Matter, August D, 1B2T, at the Post Officeat However there was little or no Built
Miami Florida, under the act of March 8, 1870srnscRrpnox Interference with the bus ached kitchen
ules. They kept on the run. At Glass door tb patio AFTER THE DOGS
RATES this writing service fa normal Dog trackers are making it a
ONE 1"R.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN f' .00 with 339 drivers at work. Six Beautifully landscaped habit to stop by the Satellite
union members have Jollu after the races. Losers also wel.
Member of <* Associated Negro Press more drapes and many other come Entertainment Every
ed Metro forces
Memlter of the National XewsjMtper Publishers Association! extras Alte. Popular prices no ewer
Now.'e must remember that SATELLITE
REGISTER TODAYTime NW 6th ave. from fifth st to 30'h 23001 N.W. 70th Ter. 0223 N."9. 7th Are.

for registration is running out. Next week will st., one way rOn northbound. OX 1.8427 Plenty free Entrance parking Hear

be the last for the books in your.neighborhood precincts.Have NW 7th ave. all but ont I --
you registered If not do so. It costs you nothing lane will be one-way traffic,
than few minutes. does anybody who can northbound. The one lane will !
more a Why
be primarily for trucks and buses. Work In New York
qualify object! to becoming a first class citizen? Registering Northbound motorists shoulduse6th

..and voting should be the ambition of all citizens. ave.Cuban.

We are striving for equality in many departmentsof refugee wbo want the Maids and Mother's Helpers Cooks
life and that is something worthwhile.In United States to furnish them ,
voting we have equality. Your vote i is equal to with arms and help to overthrow Housekeepers Etc.

that of the President of the United States, providing you Castro staged and his a hunter Communist strike regime in. ,

cast it. He can only cast one ,'ote. you can only cast one Bayfront Park on Monday night. -

vote. Have you ever thought of that? They certainly chose the wrong
place. At midnight they were told Excellent Live-in Positions Year I
There is an election, known as the Primary, comingon Round
to be out of the park by 2 a.m.
May 8th. You should be qualified to cast vote I I
your They refused!! A leave Results:
along with the thousands of other voters in Dade County. They were taken to Jail for rio. Private Home I
Be real citizen. You lating two city ordinances. On
a should never fail to take part in
being arraigned they were given TOP SALARIESAll
electing national, state and county officials. suspended sentences, but warned
You should know something about your Governor, that they must comply with the Jobs Guaranteed
your Senators, your: Congressmen, your Metro and City laws of this counry.

Commissioners, :your Superintendent of Schools, Sheriff A committee headed by former Free Medical!
and all other officials: If you will cast your vote for them, I commissioner Charles Cran.
you will]} become interested in the representation they give don that made recommendations NO DEPOSIT!
J ou. to the Metro authorities for certain
changes In the charter this NO REGISTRATION!
At the present time there are some 27,000 Negro week opened headquarters and are
voters in Dade C'ounty, with a population of more than preparing to circulate petitions TRANSPORTATION ADVANCED!
'100,000 there should be no good reason for not having for a public referendum on the DROP
at IN
PHONE
least chan e.s. If 14,470 signatures of OR WRITE. NO RED TAPE
35,000 registered: voters. We can have even more Qualified voters are secured the
than that number if people not registered would take the recommendations will be placedon

trouble if you consider it trouble to register and cast the ballot. WORLDWIDEEMPLOYMENT
.your vote ,at every election. In some places Negroes have *k yte.
:all kind of obstacles to overcome
before
they are allowed ATTEND JFK $100-
Jo vote, in spite of their right to do so.

In Dade County there are no obstacles, you are wel A-PLATE DINNERNegroes AGENCY I I II

come to register, your votes are solicited and were well representedat 1307 !
you are the Democratic $100-a-plate N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 3-5755
welcome
the
at Need
polls.
we say more? dinner In the Grand Ballroom at
Register while the books are in your precinct. It is the Fontainebleau last Saturday i' > :
far more convenient than going to the office downtown. night when President Kennedy
: wa the principal speaker- for the
The coming election should be quite interesting 3,600 party supporters honoring
There are 312 Democrats and 65 Republicans running for Sen George Smatherr. I
130 state and federal offices. Remember the Primary will Among those present were Dr. ,
and ors I. P. Davis, W. O. Per. I
be held on May 8. The runoff on May 29. ry, Judge L. E. Thomas Dr and
11& 11& 11& +. e Mrs. J. L Bass Rev. Edward T.

The Federal Housing Administration has ban Graham, Clyde KiUens, Dr.
put a on George
Simpson. Charles Had-
speculative home building in some Florida counties including ley, Mr. and Mr*. Otis James, M
Dade County. The reason given is that there is Garth C. Reeves, Atty. Henry H.
overbuilding for the present There are more than 2,000( .Arrington and Dr. Nathaniel Col.
ton Frank
unsold FHA homes and more than a thousand repossesses Norman attended Hampton from and Jackson.E. J. L _
to be sold. rille.

The ban has met with disapproval of the builders _

and construction companies and labor unions will seek tget p \ LIFE know ON what, TIlE It means 11RACIIVe to Make? I

the order reversed. The authorities said the order will 1 the best of your. one nil*, off.
be modified after a market analyst completes a Dade .Thursday nit* at the SATELLITE I Ij .M L
LOUXGK
1* Just the
County sun.ey.'Vithout j that end. OonUnnoiu means entertain tot

FHA loan commitments building or purchas iwnt<< eierjnite of the Nom, ., i
ing as far as the general public is concerned will be stop MUmi'n Most Intimate Lounge, .. .
ped. SATELLITE
0222: X.W. 7th Are
Miami's Federal Housing Director, Billy Wilcox, said
that his office :had been holding back on loans for unsold /tL.ftIII A
houses for more than six months. I -"

When a builder came in for 20 conditional commitments _
__
on new houses, we made it a policy to approve only I ( :'I : /____
five, said Wilcox. .. .. : Nry
.
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FOR HAITI
,
There seems little doubt that all is not well in Haiti

but President Duvalier is a powerful ruler and there is

little chance of there being a change in the near future.

nQar future. :!i-
The coun'try has great possibilities but little money

and most of its citizens are very poor. _
The United States has been giving needed aid to


Haiti for the past twelve years. Some reports are that In Fine Whiskey.
.
.
this aid has not all been sprint wisely. There are those

who believe that without United States aid Haiti wouldbe FLEISCHMANN'Sis

in ,mighty bad shape.It WE MAKE YOUR
is believed that the United States is considering

tightening the strings under which this aid is, or rather While PICTURE the BIG!! buy I IThe.
will] be given in the future. you wait

Meanwhile President Duvalier said the aid he is Only $1.00 "

receiving is not sufficient. There are >also reports that Du- DAVID JEWELERS fitsffcsfe. willie

valier might refuse this aid if it is not given in accordance 1188 N.W.

with his wishes. He would then probably turn elsewhere Phone FR 3rd 41522 Avenue //you why!

,
for d c.

aid.We can only wait, look and listen for future events. /LIL THE BLENDED FLEISCHMANN WHISKEY 10 PROOF h* GAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS
DISTILLING CORPORATION, NEW YORK C.TPACE





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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA J

Omegas Observe SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1962 PAGE :J
Memorial Day I L t --
: BLUE tfAYft?

During the month of March Notice (iBeauticians De 14'E have wit Jlnvo ytiue
I friends to meet yoii at bur "Away
each year, the Omega Pal Phil litre, Laura Hillyer; demonstfa. From it All" atrn slhere. Everyday
fraternity, Inc. set aside a dayas tor for "Hair Strate" will be at there' something going oh.

1RCHIE a memorial to ltd deceased the Williams Beauty Shop Tues Plenty free writing( rear en.
brothers. I day, March 20 from 2.4 p.m., trance "Out of this world". Bu
rd March 18 em. 2488 NW 64th fit. Phone NE the pricey are down to earth.SATRIufJTK .
On Sunday, .
FINDER admission. Mrs. Ada
bers of Sigma Alpha Chapter : 44796. No
will observe this day by being Williams, 'proP.JTJD'fJr. 6222 NW..7th Ale.
f. guest worshipers during, the .nnTJr..u.u1t .uJt ,JT.7JTjTJTJtlI
11 am. service at St. James
I CLINTON (Jazzy Red) Moses AME Church, 1845 NW 65th at. :
: has changed the name of his new BROWARD COUNTYNEWS
: location, The former Ml Bowling
iI to the Popular Entertainers .
( Lounge Mrs. Mildred James is
Club. The lounge and the sponsor. I MPTON
Celebrity Room, the Hal Fer. ing a Fashionette Tea at the Mt.
kuson III Notes will open this By Walter Bowe Zion A.M.E. Church on Sunday,
week end featuring Bill Robin. The South Broward V.F.W. Post March 25. Thank you in advancefor HOUSE
son and his Quails along, with No. 8195 will meet Sunday, March your cooperation. Rev F. D.
the hottest blues singer to 18, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Chamber Wright, pastor; Mildred James,
come into these parts PeeWee of Commerce Building in Car. sponsor. .
: once tagged Miss Broadway .et Ranch's. All members: are *
Along with a whopping Celebrity shed to be present Th public and many friends are Here Now
.'\\; Hour on Sunday evening Open S S to cordially invited to a genuine They're
I House, gala celebration Monday Home-cooking Sale sponsored by
J meeting and greeting entertain. The C.W.H.Chambr of Commerce Fraternal Lodge No. 373, Ancient
,I I ers. Free refreshments and will meet Monday, March and Accepted Scottish Rite Mason The Bill Gaddy Quartet
\ entertainment at Monday cele. 19, 8:30: p.m. at its building. West Hollywood.

1 bration. Come and be Jazzy The sale will be held at the
' Red's guest along with Miami's The beauticians of Unit 36 home of Brother and Mrs. David Bass
ALLEN RILEY
on
,.I' entertainment world. would like to thank everyone that Bell, 5605 S.W 20th St., Saturday, .
'Iti participated in their party on March 17 from 7 pjn. until ? Your 0 BILL PEEPELS on Drums
MHS. CLAUDIA COOPER Is Tuesday night. The winner of the presence will be greatly apprcciaked. 0 WILLIAM BOONE on Piano
w;. recuperating at home after a trip was Mrs. Olga Cooper. Ezekiel W. Burrows, WM.;
r seven week dint in Mt. Sinai S S P Folia Boyd, Secretary. .
Hospital after surgery The
: Melvin R. Jacksons are mailing!, 10 p.m. till .

. invites James to their Davis'daughter exchanging, Helen of MARY LEE EMPLOYMENTNEW FINEST LIQUORS AND FOOD SERVED

and vows come March 31 Emily Take Expressway to 27th Ave.
"I Pauline Bannister and Eustice ADDRESS 4200 N.W. 7th AVE.
Clark have selected the Church ,

I of God of Prophecy for their 1711 W. Flagler Street ., ,
t March 25 matrimony vows --o--
Marvalena Adderley Smith will
\
4 i be home In April to await the Couple, hotel employees (chefs, cooks,, maids, OPENING/ RRIDAY, MARCH 23
of Sir Stork I
arrival HOPKINS
I' houseman, housekeeper, cooks, live in. 'Nurse maids, LINDA

\VK BONDERS Why cats (fc. live in and out. Good laundresses and many other Reservations NE 3.0611
line animals) wait until a car is NO DISCRIMINATIONfrjfJfjrJTJTJJJJCTJTjrj
before they jobs available.
I right on top of them .
mare a dash for the other side : nY.I'JJJI'J'JfJr.z UUif J
.
of the street. Have you ever noticed
? ? ? Why kiddies goingto KILLEN'SI

i mad school and nerve cross busy shaking streets scramble In a A Super-Duper Attraction At CLYDE I

when their school crossing light .
H Just a few feet away ? ? T i
Much do we regret the Rahn BEAT
I
r Spearman concert was a financial KNIGHT I
flop. Mr. Spearman this was
great .as ever. Apparently
town doesn't go for the tie and
entertainment overheret .. -
collar 'lIT.
Those who preach culture anA ;: :'!IioIfJ':: ,' ". ,
'."
the higher type of entertainmentwere r: ; ..
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visibly absent Charles i 1,, '.
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North of the North Travel Bu. I II ..
reau has a vacation summer \: .
school! plan setup. No cash needed
to travel. Call and be convinced .
i
you can travel eat, westor I ?'.
south by North on the North I'
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't. .
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plan .."

LION VKHNADORK popped" hand
out of town this week. lIe
came down for the funeral of
Mrs. John H. Davis, but was too
late. He was held up in Mary.
land and Virginia by bad weather i ,
Rev. O. W. Foster ha d tiz r H
given! up hU bed in Mt. Sinai 6 ,
Hosp. after a week of observa. )
tlon The Doc said the good Rev
must slow down in his many activltles .
Mr. Mervin, Poln.
clana school teacher, Is at home
tending a sore right arm after
doctors removed bone chips
from theelbow portion after she
accidently tripped In her home
Norlene/ Aranha is tamper.
Ing with the doctor's knives and
.
forceps. She may have to undergo
an operation.

1)\"R ,1t0\'DU been or
dered to bed by his doctor ac.
cording to Dave "Everything'swrong TONITE TOMORROW & SUNDAY COMING MARCH 23 24 25

with me" The Garth. The World FamousDRIFTERS
Reeves celebrate their 13th anniversary '
on Monday The March 16, 17,18 v
NAACP legal! eagles Frank
Reeves ad Bob Carter are at
the Shelborne on the Beach waitIng MARIE KNIGHT
a brief on the Fort Lauder. ..
Philadelphia and returned from a suecessful -
dale Wade-in case They tell me Direct from ,
'
that Negro collegian will Join The One and Only I European tour. .rJ.

the whites "where the boys are" Hear her sing your favorites"What Hear them sings "The List Dance With You" ,'

thin GKOUr.KTTR spring vacation CAMPBELL period. kind of fool you think I am""Come "Mexican Divorce""When .

prop of Georgette's Tea Room, on Baby Hold My Hand" My Little Girl Is Smiling" ,:
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and popular restauranteur diedon And Many Others --

Mrs.Thursday Campbell after was a long a staunch Illness. Plus: Your old favorite entertainers Hot Papa Turner and his Family {'

of St. James AME ..,
member "Rhythm Judge"
Church In another Hilarious Comedy Drama, I

Bobby Marshall, M. C.
Admission $1.50
DR. WILLIAM PATTKRKOX

Hosp.hat been after released a mild from heart Mercy con. Music by Frank DuBoise and His Band ji

dltlon. Our ears are still hot as
pepper to know what the whls. "
paring heated conversation was '.-". ;
about between Rev J. B. OTHER COINING ATTRACTIONS ,\
Blacknrll and the venerable doe
/ RKMEMRER same time aeo I DOUBLE ATTRACTION THE DRIFTERS AND MARIE KNIGHT ;
said that the theatre Just before
you come to the King 0' Heart MARCH 23.24. ARETHA FRANKLIN -March 30, 31, April 1
Club would hang Its welcome *. !J\i
sign to us? Well It's March 16 Clyde Killen's Annual "Night in Nassau" April 15Harlem Squarei
"The
for Center Theatre and 1
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OOo .. ..J :. -oou AttnojUiidetaent Murder Cas6Postponed
MARCH 17
4 SATURDAY:
JUST BROWSIN' Contort Time! Cpntest Time1!
Who will be Jr. Mr. Miami. Continued fro page i
r By Paul R. Henry Place; Carpenters Union Half that go into the Grand Jury box
2040 NW 46th at. Mbnth! : May. for Liter blind drawing.
Date will be announced later. Circuit Clerk E. B. LeathW
Metro Transit Authority ha0 an. For further information CQntat man, tecfeUtty: td the commission .
setback this week when it Opa Locka Health Qlub. i99.NW has been out of town since
discovered that borne dls 162nd st. br c ll'MU 13687. lad week ,and ,his office did'
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persons had sweetened not :snow when to expect! hint:
Main Office at 0740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX gasoline by Joeing sugar in FOR SALE Glbllh said that he asked for the
;Fit tanks bt 17 bused causing; records in Leatherman'* office'
Flor.tda-l'hone
lUram-h at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami I ome damage.. The tanks were I NEW CORNER HOME but they were not available.
- II. E. 8IG1SMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher and damage reported I 3-bedrobm 2 bath March 28 has beta set by
GA11TH C. KEKVES, Managing Editor'Entered << The garage Is now) being Judge Floyd' for the next hear.

Sprinkler system ing _
: as Second Class Matter, August 0, 102T. at the Post However there was little or no "
Built-in kitchen
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876UltSC1ti1'TION with the bus sched
They kept on the run At Glass door t6 patio AFTER TilE DOGS
RATES I Dog trackers are making it
writing service I la normal ?
ONE YEAR $. .oo SIX MONTHS .$3.00 FOREIGN !$ 339 drivers at work. Six Beautifully1 landscaped habit! to stop by the Satellite
union members have joliu after the races. Losers also uel.
Drapes and other
Member of the Associated Negro Press Metro forces. many come Entertainment Every
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers extras Nite. Popular prices no co\er
-. -- SATELLITE
Now we must remember that
REGISTER TODAYTime 6th ave. from fifth st. to 30.h I 23001 N.W. 70th Ter. 0222 N.W. 7th Ave._
Plenty free
parking Hear
for registration is running out. Next ., one way northbound. OX 1-8427 Entrance

be the last for the books in your,neighborhood On NW 7th ave, all but one [ -- -- ---- -
Have you registered? ,If not do so It costs you will be one-way traffic,

more than a few minutes. Why does anybody who primarily. for The trucks one and lane buses.will Work In New York !

qualify object to becoming a first class citizen?. motorhto shoulduse
ing jand voting should be the ambition of all ave.Cuban.

W'e are striving for equality in many refugees o want the Maids, and Mother's Helpers Cooks
,
of life and that is something worthwhile. States to furnish them
In voting we have equality. Your vote is arms and help to overthrow Housekeepers Etc
and his Communist re. *
that of the President of the United States, ,
hunger strike Inayfront
staged a .
cast, it. He can only cast one vote, you can only Park on Monday night. -
vote. Have you ever thought of that? certainly chose the wrong
ace. At midnight they were told Excellent Live-in '!Positions Year Round
There is an election, known as the Primary, ,
be out of the park by 2 a.m.
on May 8th. You should be qualified to cast refused o leave Results:
along with the thousands of other voters in Dade were ta'cen! to Jail for vlo. Private Homes
Be a real citizen. You should never fail to take two city ordinances. On
arraigned they were given TOP SALARIESAll
electing ,national, state and county officials. sentences, but warned
You should know something about your they must comply with the Jobs GuaranteedFree
your Senators, your Congressmen, your Metro and of this counry.

Commissioners, your Superintendent of Schools, A committee headed by form Medical!
and all other' officials: If you will cast your vote for commissioner Charles Cran.
you will become interested in the representation that made recommendations NO DEPOSIT!
the Metro authorities for cer
you. changes In the charter this NO REGISTRATION. !
At the present time there are some 27,000 opened headquarters and are
voters in Dade C'ounty, with a population of more to circulate petitions TRANSPORTATION ADVANCED!

:100,000 there should be no good reason for not a/!' public. If 14,470 refrendum signatures on the of DROP I IN PHONE OR WRITE. NO RED TAPE

.least 35,000 registered voters. We can have even voters are secured the
than that number if people not registered would will be placed I
!trouble if you consider it trouble to register the ballot WORLDWIDEEMPLOYMENT
your vote ,at every election. In some places Negroes k yte-
:all kind of obstacles to overcome before they
. are JFK
$100APLATE
.to vote, in spite of their right ,to do so. events.'J AGENCY

In Dade County there are no obstacles, you DINNERNegroes

come to register, your votes are solicited and the Democratic were well$100-a-plate represented 1307 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 3-5755
welcome at the polls. Need we say more ? in the Grand Ballroom at I Ii'
Register while the books are in your precinct. Fontalnebleau last Saturday -- -. .:
far more convenient than going to the office when President Kennedy
the principal speaker, for the I
The coming election should be quite party supporters honoring II
There are 312 Democrats and 65 Republicans George Smathen7..
130 state and federal offices. Remember the Among those present were Dr. I
Mrs. I. P. Davis, W. 0. Per.
be held on May 8, The runoff on' May 29. I Judge L. E. Thomas, Dr. T.I
lie lie lie' Mrs ,J. L. Bass, Rev.. Edward.. ..
-p. -- --- I
The Federal' Housing Administration has put a George Graham, Clyde Klllen, Dr
Simpson, Charles Had-
speculative' home building in some Florida ley, Mr. and Mrs. Otis James,
cluding Dade County. The: reason given is that Garth C. Reeves, Atty. Henry H.
overbuilding for the present. There are more than Arrington. and Dr. Nathaniel Col.
Frank Hampton and ,
E. J pf
unsold FHA homes and than
more a Norman attended from Jackson. I
possesses to be sold \vIII
The ban has met with disapproval of the e.LI'E
ON THE, HEACII?
and construction companies and labor unions will We know what it means to make
Ret the order reversed. The .authorities'said the the best of )'our. one nlte off.
be modified after a market analyst completes a Thursday nlte at the SATELLITE f ,
LOUXr.E
fe Just the means to
County
survey that end. Continuous entertain-
Without/ FHA loan commitments meat
building or every nlte of the week.
ing as far as the general public is concerned will Miami'slost, Intimate Lounge.
ped. SATELLITE nrr.r.
6222 N.W. 7th Ave. A
Miami's Federal Housing Director, Billy :1.r
that his office had been holding back on loans for
'
houses for more than six months.

When a builder came in for 20 conditional

ments on new houses, we made it a policy to
five, said Wilcox
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AID FOR HAITI ii:

There seems little doubt that all is not well

but President Duvalier is a powerful ruler and

little chance of there being a change in the near
near future.

The country' has great possibilities but little .

and most of its citizens are very poor. ,
The United States has been giving needed

Haiti for the past twelve years. Some reports In ,Fine Whiskey. .
this aid has not all been spent wisely. There are
who believe that without United States aid Haiti FLEISCHMANN'Sis

be in mighty bad shape. WE MAKE YOUR
It is believed that the United States, is

tightening the strings under which this aid is, or While PICTURE the !BIG! buy !
will be given in the future. you wait
Meanwhile President Duvalier said the aid Only $1.00

receiving is not sufficient. There are also reports DAVID JEWELERS The lid 7 sie will

valier might refuse this aid if it is not given in 1188 N.W. 3rd Avenue

with his wishes. He would then probably turn Phone FR 4.1522 lyouwhyw
for aid. BLENDED NT"
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Memorial Day '. --
F E55 I BLUE DAYS? .
During the month of March Notice (Beauticians Doit't have cni Have )-Uuf

each year, the Omega Psi Phi I hi Laura Hlllyer, d monatra.tor I friends to inert yoii at bur "Away
fraternity, Inc. set aside a dayas for "Hair Strate" will be at From It AH" atmosphere. Everyday
ARCHIE a memorial to Its deceased (here's something going oh.
brothers. the Williams Beauty ,Shop Tues Plenty free puking rear en.trance. .
e r I I' day, March 20 from 2.4 p.m., I "Out of this world". hut
FINDER On Sunday, March 18 mem. 2488 NW 54th st. Phone NE the p'icwv are down to earth.
bers of Sigma Alpha Chapter I 4.4796.. No admission' Mrs. Ada HATKLLJTK .
a will observe this day by being I Williams, "prop. 0222: NW.,7tb Ate.
guest worshipers during the
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CLINTON (Jazzy net) Moses 11 a.m. service at St. James .
has changed the name of his new I BROWARD COUNTY AME Church, 1845 NW 65th st. '
\1 location, The former Ml Bowling
Lounge to the Popular Entertainers NEWS
,) Club. The lounge and the Mrs. Mildred James is sponsoring .
HAMPTON
',., Celebrity Room, the Hal Fer. a Fashionette Tea at the Mt. I '
,, fcuson Hi Notes will open this By Walter Bowe Zion AM.E Church on Sunday,
,) wet k end featuring Bill Robinson The South Broward V.F.W. Post March 25. Thank you in advance
and his Quails along, with No. 8195 will meet Sunday, March for your cooperation. Rev. F D. HOUSE
the hottest blues singer to 18, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Chum Wright, pastor; Mildred James,
I come Into these parts PeeWee ber of Commerce Building in Car. sponsor.
;iJ once tagged Miss Broadway, sec Ranches. All niemoers are .
Along with a whopping Celebrity skeJ to be
1i, present The public and many friends are
Hour on Sunday evening, Open Here Now
cordially invited to a genuine They're
House, gala celebration Monday Home.
I meeting and greeting entertain. The C.WH :Chamber of Commerce cooking Sale sponsored by
is. Free refreshments and will meet Monday, March Fraternal Lodge No. 373, Ancientand
',;:' entertainment at Monday cele. 10, 8:30 pm at its building. West Accepted Hollywood.The Scottish. Rite Mason The Bill Gaddy Quartet
1 bration. Come and be Jazzy .
\; C
I' Red's guest along with Miami's sale will be held at the
entertainment world. The beauticians of Unit 36 home of Brother and Mrs. David
'f would like to thank everyone that Boll, 5605 S.W, 20th St, Saturday, 0 ALLEN RILEY on Ball
participated in their party on March 17 from 7 p.m. until ? Your 0 BILL PEEPELS on Drums
MIIS. CLAUDIA COOPBK is Tuesday night. The winner of the presence will be greatly apprccia-
WILLIAM BOONE Piano
recuperating at home after a trip was Mrs. Olga Cooper. Lei Ezekiel W. Burrows, WM.; 0 on
''e,:'. seven week stint in Mt. Sinail S S Fort Boyd, Secretary
Hospital after surgery The .
': Melvin R. Jacksons are malllntf
Invites to their daughter, Helen 10 p.m. till .
and James Davis' exchanging of MARY LEE EMPLOYMENTNEW FINEST LIQUORS AND FOOD SERVED
vows come March 31 Emily
Take 27th Ave.
Expressway to
Eustlce
Pauline Bannister and
I Clark have selected the Churchof ADDRESS 4200 N.W. 7th AVE.
God of Prophecy for their
!March 25 matrimony vows 1711 W. Flagler Street '
Marvalena Adderley Smith will -0-
r be home In April to await the
'- arrival of Sir Stork. Couple, hotel employees (chefs, cooks,, maids, OPENING/ RRIDAY, MARCH 23

t houseman, housekeeper, cooks) live in. 'Nurse maids, LINDA HOPKINS I

line WKVONDKH animals) wait: Why until cats a car(fo.is live in and out. Good laundresses and many other Reservations NE 3.0611

right on top of them before theymace jobs available. NO ])ISCm IlNATJOSWLUU..u.z.x7Jf.rl
a dash for the other side I
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of the street. Have you ever noticed -
? ? ? Why kiddies goingto
school cross busy streets in a A KILLEN'SKNIGHT
mad and nerve shaking scramble Super-Duper Attraction At CLYDE .

when their school crossing light
'' H Just a few feet away 7 T 7
Much do we regret the Rahn
Spearman concert was a financial BEAT
flop Mr. Spearman was
great as ever. Apparently this
town doesn't go for the tie and
collar entertainment over4heretThoce .. -
who preach culture and \ t

the higher type of entertainment (;.fP .,'
: were visibly absent Char'ej!
North of the North Travel Bureau r. '.
f has a vacation summer h.
school plan setup. No cash needed
to travel. Call and be convinced "
you can travel cact. westor I .
south by North on the North

plan. LV. .
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LEON VIIKNAPOKK: ponied In
pnd out of town this week. He I:.N,> ,- y {
came down for the funeral of {.
Mrs. John II. Davis, but was too x .
late He was held up In Mary .Y'y pyugy AA ,
land and Virginia by bad weather
Rev O. W. Foster hay :
given up hi bed In Mt. Sinai
IIosp. after a week of observation .
The Doc said the good Rev
must slow down in his many activities -
Mrs. Mervin, Poln- _
ciana school teacher, is at home 6 '
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v
tending a sore right arm after t +y a ?a
doctors removed bone chips
from theelbow portion after she
accidently tripped in her home
Norlene Aranha is tamper.
Ing with the doctor's knives and ';
forceps. She may have to undergo "5# ..
an operation. .
W

AVK J1ONDU has been or ... .
dered to bed by his doctor according -

with to Dave me"-. ."Everything'swrong The Garth TONITE, TOMORROW & SUNDAY COMING MARCH, 23 24 25

Reeves celebrate their 13th anniversary Tlje World FamousDRIFTERS
>
on Monday The March 16, 17, 18
NAACP legal eagles, Frank ,
Reerm ad Bob Carter are at
the Shelborne on the Beach waitIng MARIE KNIGHT
a brief on the Fort Lauder-
dale Wade-In case. They tell me Direct and returned
from Philadelphia, from a sue
that Negro colleglant will join The One and Only
the whites "where the boys are"thin cessful European tour.
spring vacation period. Hear her sing your favorites Hear them sings "The Lilt I Dance With You"
OKOHfiKTTIJ CAMPBELL.: "What kind of fool you think I am" "Mexican Divorce"

I ?'",. And prop popular of Georgette's restauranteur.Tea Room died "Come on Baby Hold My Hand" "When My Little Girl Is Smiling"Admission :.';'

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on Thursday after a long illness. And Many Others -0-- ;

member Mrs. Campbell of St.was James a staunch AME Plus: Your old favorite entertainers Hot Papa Turner and his Family l

Church. In another Hilarious Comedy Drama, "Rhythm Judge" '

DH. WILLIAM PATTKIISOV $1.50 Bobby Marshall, M. C.
hat been released from Mercy
Hosp. after a mild heart con. Music by Frank DuBoise and His Band
dltlon. Our ears are still hot as
pepper to know what the whispering .
heated conversation wu
about between Rev J. D.
OTHER ATTRACTIONS
COMING i
Blacknell and the venerable doe
KBMEMBEH: Home time an I
said that the theatre Just before DOUBLE ATTRACTION THE DRIFTERS AND MARIE KNIGHT
come to the King O' Hearts ":
Club you would hang It. welcome *: .: MARCH 23 24 25 ARETHA FRANKLIN-March 30, 31, April 1 1If.
sign to us? Well it's March 16
for Center Theatre and "The Clyde Killen's Annual "Night In Nassau" April 15_Harlem Square l t tnrAa
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Track Team At I SATURDAY MARCH 17, 1963 rMlt> 7 j'j'I ANDREWS'UXI'KItT WATCH JEWELERS AND



U of Miami SaturdayThe Northwestern Runner-Up In AU 40 mOCK work Yens: In guaranteedFR 1XKIM1I19 ItONinwa


entire Florida A and M The big events -will go on at Junior College TournamentFort 3.0152
track team Is coming to Miami 3 p.m. There will be a lapse of 3,03 N.W. 2nd AVe.
with the now famous Bobby time between the events for
Hayes to compete in the University young athletes and the big events Pierce-Florida's top Jr. -- -- -- :T:
of Miami-Florida Athletic coming in the afternoon, in orderto college) basketball Quintet came : ..
to town to win its third
consecu.
Club A.A.U. track and field meet allow workmen to prep the
this Saturday, March 17 on the cinders for Hayes record break tlve tournament championship .. .
and with of
an awesome display cA.
University of Miami cinder track. attempt.
abounding; and shooting artlstr.ydid
AI.o entered will be the Unl. )jui:t that last weeK.
vorsity of Miami, Dade Junior Tke GIbbs Junior College Cobras __
College and many outstanding in. Welfare Club of St Petersburg, th C!
dependent athletes. '.o8ton Celtics' of FJCAA com

The meet is expected to attraok Sponsors TeaThe petition, dumped secondseededMiami's
the largost crowd in track history Northwestern CeiUr- I
since Wes Santee the famous mil. Carver Ranches Welfare Dade JC, 91-73, to grab the asocl-
Club cordially Invites you to at. ation's first annual conference
er tried to break the four
tend a Friends Fete Tea at Hyde tournament played here at L4iu
minute barrier. That meet attracted Park Estates Model home, 9310( coin Junior Col'eee. March 10
more than 7,000 fans. SW 27th st., Sunday afternoon, ; They achieved similar success In
'March 25, 5 to 6.
Coming with the Florida A o c a 1 a-Hampton' Invitational
and M team will be Robert Our theme: What can woe do tournament in 1960 and 1961
Pare 01 ore, the dash.man whopressed to improve our commrnityiNOTICE The much-heaialded Cobras
Hayes into his world thus lived up to pie-tourament
record equalling feat in the 100 ratings. They came to town witha
yard dath. Hayes ran the eventin perfect 10.0 conference record,
9.2 and two others caugkt him The members, of the United a Nationally Ilecognlzeed Scoring
in 9.1. Home Owners Association worshipped Average of 93.1 whlck gave M i ,A.t.F
with the Brownsville j them seventh ranking in the I
Florida A and M is also bring. Daptlst Church 2775 NW 60th NJCAA basketball: poll, and a --
ing its 440 yard relay team re. st. The Rev. Randolph Thomp. Junior college victory skein that For Miami, George Cowardwas NORTinVKSTICRK, JR COLLKC1K:
cognized as one of the fastestin ion, pastor. All members are completely engulfs three seasons. top rebounder with 13 and FALCONSIn'
the United States. Running on asked to be on time, 10:46: a.m. With Sherman Hammond and scored 19 points Front court the recently played FJAAC
this team will be Hayes, Pare. Sunday, March 18. Louis Steward controlling the wizard Herman, Williams shot tournament held in Fort Pierceat
more, Alfred Austin and Robert J. II Smith, reporterJabberwock's rebounds and teaming up with 24 points, William Claris 16. Lincoln Junior College, were
Harris. Robert Williams, Dyron James, I'ensacola'a Washington Junior the Falcons of Northwestern.
and Leroy Canady to provide the College, defeated; !I. the soini'finals Getter, Dade Junior College.
The meet (Saturday, March 17)) team's usual quota of double '85-7) by Miami, won the Miami Shown, with the Tampn,
will run all day. In the morning I figure (ecorers Dade was unable consolation round, 118.92, over Florida Sentinel Bulletin trophy
the young athletes will take the in the air! : to keep up. Hammond grabbed Hampton er Ocala wile was de. are: first\ row from let I.onnie
field starting at 10 o'clock. 13 rebounds and bucketed 18 I featrd in semifinal action by Foster, Herman Williams, Henry
points while Steward gained 10 Olbb.5, 87.76. Cheever, and Ken Sims Standing
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Freshman star, Robert WIl. I who' lost to Dade: 116-59; Coach Ray Thornton, William
o Learn liana led the Cobras ecorlig Roosevelt, losers t* Ocala, 82.77, Clarke, George Coward, Janus
the art of pack with 20 points; Canady hit I and Tort Pierce Users to Pensa- IIIgKs, Robert Walker, and Phil.
16, and James, 13. uola, 7875. up JJl'flho zlor.
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA : Choir to Celebrate .. .. .

PAGE SATURDAY MARCH 17, 1962
.. AnniversaryThe
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f',',', ,',' !;.' 1' >,"'. 'f". ..4'P. James' E. Scott Commun.
ity Choir is celebrating its first r. .
anniversary March 18. .A1taC---
LOOKING THE On Sunday evening at 3 o'clockthe
.i Rev. West will deliver the .."' -..

first sermon. lIe will be accom.
panted by Elder Nance and his OX 1.7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St.

SPORTS WORLD OVER congregation. ,The Christian. ..... -
Bells!! will be guest artists. I --
.r Place: Scott Homes auditor
By LEO B. ARMBRISTER um, 22nd ave. and 72nd st. I FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
On Monday at 730: p.m. the

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Church of God of Prophecy, 51st a Colombia Picturea i pr.s tpd.rt
".\It AM IS1IIDIE opportunity and invitation ex. st and 27th ave. lores carIew FrS' I ;
('I+ UmnA1'I: FIK8TNIU11SA11Y tended to the Excelsior Leagueby Tuesday, 8:30: p.m. the choir VVAGPf A fJONE :.A1 ALOl KOYACS j jo jy
the Greater Miami Bowling I will be in a musical program at
.\ Association to attend the meet. the Church of God in Christ by !
The Par and Birdie Club tag of all bowling leagues in the Faith, Opa Loclca! NW 153rd st. i?. e q Z
which has gone through the county for the purpose of re vis- and 20th ave.
mialn and streus of organizing Ing the by-laws and the constitution The anniversary will be closed .
.uil has weathered the storm of and election of new offl. on Sunday at 3 p,m. when we
sucking together for Its first year cers.This Ehall be at the St. John Baptist
jj to be complimented for tine meeting' wars well attend.ed Church, NW 3rd ave and 13th r e giL'
HUt it Is playing In giving the and many good :points were st. Rev. Pickett will deliver the t
toilers of this area an outlet for Injected Into the by.laws that sermon and will be accompanied S
tue.r wins and Interest in the will give the minority leagues an by Sis. Pickett with herdy.
epw't} 'aqua, chance with the bigger namic Gospel voice. The Johnson.
The Club's success, you will leagues of the city. aires, and Mrs. Gertrude Per.
hear horn any proud member, is It is now being felt that bowl kins will be guest artists.
due! to Us schedule of activities ers as in many other national The public is invited to all of lt.
which are well planned and -ports must guard themselves these programs. Admission free ..
thoroughly enjoyed against discrimination if they
Events uch as monthly socials quail.and are to succeed in big national LIBERTY CITY DETECTII'v'AGENCY Shown at 9:10
tournaments,
fylng events as are being proposed for & PATROL SERVICE
the annual Tournaments are the coming -'"""
years.It LLIIANOR
"Chief" Nick Ferguson .
looked forward to with great FRANK BDWARD
an uci utlon. can be said that bowling la Patrol service shadowing
The F' rgt Anniversary of the reaching out much further witha divorce cases a
club was celebrated Sunday with warmer and more welcoming Office OX 1.1234 or 091.0050
the Dlavlne of the Annual Tournament hand Day or NightHEU1D c CAROLYN M.'MQ *_ ) fl&*.
af the Miami Springs -._--- I WYK '
couue, scrutinizing the results of *
this competitive event discloses
that there are many golfers iu L-LFRANKOAPRPS
this group who can hit the green A. ..
regular in regulation, a tII .
Eugene Ciapp kept up withpar .. $ '
LOVE 11'1 t -. rp OLI
shooting an even 70 to win ..1.'i ,. s ,

the championt.nlp flight and bav.In -- .,.,... CWIt..SaooE'rIOIORhotwa !'
g his name inscribed on the leg r 1'1. I wtnalOpENOafSn..w.ti+ 0 ; S
tiophy. Ernest Hayes was runnerup LIKE 1 LI Metro THEATRE -..UNITED m ARms U
with 75.Fiist If. '
Goiflwyn
honors went to
Might .Y Mayer Shown at 10:40
MaS'
Frank lovers with a 77 which
was we.l I out front of All. Mlt. .'- .
ihell'B 86.LUllHr PAUL

'tlitj' second Wells fllghters was chalking the best up of = .t r: NEWMANGERALDINE THE.-,

an 8J: and-'eliminating himself N .'.
Iroia the sudden death playoff
thai, Jimmy Jones and 'Sylvester'Walker'11ad'to t BATTLE
contend:with.
Third fight was mastered by HEY ; PAGE ,
PICTURE
Johnny Miller's 86. Charlie Peterson .
beat out McVicar Coleman
lor second place. BASED ON THE PUIY WITHOUT
There Is a notable shortage of BY TENNESRI VVILLNMBSHIRIEYHNIGHi'EDBEGLEY D'd, ,
women golfers thLs is of the '
one QCINKMASOOp .
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get more women in the game. ...MaT OCc, : ';' .
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petition wa.s declared championIn Plus 2nd Feature "DESERT PATROL" -
this division. _

Ltnnla Caiter's 97 beat Mary Starts
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ballon trophy, tho only trophy GawouPl Knp
they were eligible for. THEATRE (MARCH 18)
John Ferguson won the Men's
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Hoy Probation:Bentley trophy, Oscar with Edwards an and 86. ) IRK na II

Flunk Smith will have a playofffor w. t J!!

date.: the second place at a later "im duo <

This type of action will cer.
talnly bring Miami to the fore. FRflffJ16e ShOwn at 7:10
front as a golfing town and that
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congrats to the Par an Birdie -
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PAGE 10 SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1962 Negroes do things to help them you have not purchasea your

rrr. -,,, .......... .. .. .u...,+.y.. selves. This also will help to open record of "The History of The
-- Black Man" please send $5.00 to
the eyes of some of the candidatesto the WMBM Community Service
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I an important one. Let's get registered and we will send U to you. Youi
Around MiamiBy now. There are registration purchase ia a donation to tin
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DAVE CONDO J. the D. J. has l"Unqulsl1.
The Glass (Clyde Killens), has ed "Kenny's Florida Special"
brought_ t. ack_ the star that packedthe show to Fred Hanna. The reason:
-""""" ,,----- -- Knight heat She is Marie To devote time to hid activities

Guns My favorite subject. Bill Gaddy and his Quartette are Knight, the lady with the voice as an account executive foi
that makes WMBM. We miss T. J.on the air,
have
you goose bumps.
how much at the
No matter we preach low Fabulous Hampton I
Naturally, music is by United Artists Hope he will return soon.
about pistols being in the wrong -louse. Bill has a fins swinging
hands and being carried by persons and with his charm, Recording star, Frank Du- T
tonality per- boise and his You can hear your favorite
playboys and
still abundant. These
they are ; and style of singing, I'm minister
there each Suncay from 7
is all-star to
people become walking menaces.. sure you won't want to miss this an revue. Bet you 1 .
Not too long ago, a young girl nusical treat. Manager Harold I didn't know that The Glass was p.m.Mr

shot some fellow on N.W. 6th St. Kemp plans to ,bring in some at_ that $100.00 a plate dinner with I _._ _.._ .
President J. F. K.I! So were ---- ----- --
Captain Haller of the Police Precinct names to headline his weekly my s. Nuffie: Calloway (f'lab'.J:
and Lt. Morrow both agree ;hows, probably starting with Lin. editor, Garth Reeves; Dr. I. P Announcement \wife) and youngest dauglit: r Ci.
that guns just don't belong on ia Hopkins, after the contracts Davis, W. 0. Perry, Charles Had- bella were vidtors to 'h': s,.ud n.
citizens in the ley, and a few other fine citizens
walking street. are signed. i'hiy flew down from New York
who are valuable to our community Mr. and Mrs. Velgemar Williams where the snow Is to h
up le t >
With the coming election, some of 2595 N.W. 164th St., Opa.locka. visit Blanche and at the sate
candidate could get a lot of vote Promotion minded Bill Harris, S S have the pleasure of announcing time, see Cab, who appear. at
if he would promise that he woulo >t the Savoy Sattellte Bar, sure the marriage of their daughter, Convention Hall on the 9th, and
try to do something to tighten our 'mows how to pull the customer'sin. I Negroes all over Miami are 10th. Cab has a new album out in
gun laws. Life is too short U Did you see what he did to happy and proud that we have Ne MISS BRENDA WILLIAMSto it he sings tome of the
have someone come and take it he ad in the "Miami Times." He gro Bus Drivers on the Metro Bus that made him famous songs
away by the pull of a trigger. lad them spotted all through the Lines. If the Union could or Mr. Norman Love, son of Mrs.
Somehow, someday I'm gonna nm laper and that is promotion. Do would be successful in becoming Dorothy Baker and Mr. Elihu Love
a way to have guns banned in thl lot forget he's got Dottie (The the bargaining agent for Union and stepson of Mr. Cliff Baker, of E Fred Hanna talus you in orbit
city and county. I will not rest Foot) Dudley and Mop Dudley Bus Drivers they would not ex Miami. with his "Rocket' Show" dally
until I do. I cannot, of course, d< upplying the music nightly clude Negro Bus Drivers. As for The marriage was performed i in from 5 pm. till sign off and on
this alone. I need your help. IfI Pith Jimmy Reeves on Vibes. the White riders concerned, they Nashville, Tennessee, where both Sunday 2 p.m.. to sign off. A-Oft
keep at it, maybe after a while ''ext Sunday, he is throwing a 6- don't care if the driver is White Mr. and Mrs. Love are students of Hanna.
I'm going to come up with somt :lour going away party for Curt or Colored. There are quite a Tennessee A&I State
thing that the law makers cannot darmon and a 6-hour jam session. few Negro Chauffeurs. See how University.
get around. Then I'll hi counting things work out for the best? We ,Mozeltof, Mike Korman. We at
on you to help. In the meantime were inconveaienced with the bus WMBM have our fingers crossed.
let's all hope that there won't be Pretty Girl of the Week: Susie strike, but we came out of it on COMING SOONTeachers' We hope it's a boy!
too many trigger happy peopU Wright. the winning side by having some
'talking around. Pretty Boy of the Week: Charlie Negroes hired as drivers. With The Miami Times will be the
IMr North. that thought, I'll say let's all live Talent first to announce the exact date

Adams, the photographeranJ Happy Couple of the Week; Mr. life PEACE, every! golden minute of it. and the big time move that to WMBM the 1490 will sot make ou
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ST. LUKE BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHOpa I

1809 NW 6th Avenue Locka I

Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor Mrs. Sara E. McRae, Sec'y I
rnr rt r Cure Mrs. 13. Green, reporter Rev. W. J. Macon, pastor
I 1 to We very Joyfully celebratedour
Sunday, March 18 at 3 p.m. I 12th anniversary on Sunday.
here will be ground breaking I II Rev Green of the Mt. Zion
+ AME Church delivered a very
I ceremonies held on the new site soul stirring sermon at the 3
of the New St. Luke Baptist
p.m. service, with their choir
Church, 1780 NW 55th St. Rev singing wonderfully. After the
FRIENDSHIP M. BAPTISTRev. NEW MT. CALVARY Guest Minister I Edward T. Graham will deliver service we then retired to the

W. E. Sims jaetor 'Rev. W. P. Tarpley, pastor the message. The public is invited annex delicious where dinner we, the were most served joy a
Sis. Ruby Lee Carr, reporterOn Sister Hart, reporterOn .
able home cooked meals you
last Sunday ourchurchser. tile 20th of the month the N can Imagine prepared by the la.
vices were overwhelmingly en. Deaconesses are having their an. dies of the church under the dl.
JOJIM beginning with our hnptis. nlversary and Rev. Milton will THE INCARNATION rection of Mrs. Lavada Harley in

mal service of Blx candidates at speak. On the 24th Sis. Hart will 1835 NW 54th St. charge of the dining room, the

Virginia.. Dwell at 8 a.m... and speak On the 24th Sits. Hart father Elleua Clarke Jr., vicar very refreshing punch we enjoyed .
our pastor delivered a most pow. I will be sponsoring a selling at Rev, U, E. S. Reeves, assistant was furnished by the men
erful sermon in our morntnq her home at 7163 NW 22nd ave. under the direction of Deacon
worship. and on tho 25th of March the Services will bo as follows dur. Jack McKenzle! Everyone coop.

The message for the eveningwas Red Circle will be celebrating ng the days of Lent: erated unanimously to make a
delivered by a visiting Minister its 3rd anniversary. You are In. Thurs. Low Mass 6:30 huge success of the whole affair.
a.m.
Rev Deacham. vited. We are now working towardour
Let us continue to pray for the Litany and School of annual Men's Day under the
Sunday, March 18 from 4 to 6
Religion 8 p.m. sposorshlp of Deacon Howardand
sick and tshutins.
p.m. usher board No. 3 is giving .
Deacon
Ramsey
a garden tea at the home of Friday Low Mass 6.30 a.m.
Uro. and Sis. J. C. Wright, 7171
NW 55th St., Dro. Wright whois ST. MARY'S C. W. M. Stations of the Cross 8 p.m. TEMPLE BAPTIST

the president along with his EVENTS: The congregation
Rev, II. V. Stuart, pastor
Rev L. A. Thompson, pastor
will
I make its annual visitation to
board of when Is to
extending Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter The Silent Workers Club will
Christ
Episcopal Church on Sun-
all of you a most cordial invlta.tlon. H. Wallace secretaryWe sponsor an Appreciation Pro.

The men are looking for. cordially Invite you to at. This service will be held at 7 gram in behalf of the pastor Sunday .
ward to seeing you at theirMen's tend any service. We give a 1i day for th& Lenten feast service, at 3:30: p.m. Members and
Day program on the fourth special thanks to Troop No. 77 p.m The public is invited. Cars friends are cordially invited to be
Sunday, March 20. Plan to wore I Girl Scouts of America, who attended will leave the church at 6 p.m. present and to help make this a
ship at Friendship Church. I
Sunday School and morn. memorable occasion for one who
Ing worship. One hundred fifty- Rev IT Grant Nixon of Detroit The Saints Ann-Margaret Chap. has given more U1 n-3-0 years of
minister at tE'r; of the I SW Is making plans sacrificial service to his people.
eight attend Sunday School last will be guest
MT. ZION AME CHURCHOpa Sunday. Grater St. James AME Churchat for their Fashion Show feature Sunday, March 25, is Spring
Locka the Sunday morning worship. lag! Miami's Ten Best Dressed Rally Day. Every member 1 la

Rev. II. E, Greene, ,pastor The Hev. Nixon comes from an Women. You may ,send your looking forward to making this
Evelena Glenn, reporter NEW BETHEL BAPTIST outeundlng Florida family, names to 1736 NW 66th st or one of the best in the history of
which has been identified with I call OX 17056. Date will be an. the church. The women will lineup
Services were well attended Rev Ernest Williams, pastor the African Methodist Episcopal nounced very soon Don't forget on oneitde and the men on
and enjoyed by all on last Sun Deacon Fred Williams, reporterThe Church for more than 90 years. buy a. post card and send your the other aide No, they are not
best dressed woman to the above going: to fight. They just want
day.All junior choir will take the The Rtv. Mr. Nixon is a graduate : address : to
members are working to- stand Sunday. The pastor de. of the Florida. A and M Unl. find out who's who.
ward making our Men's Day on livered a powerful sermon and it Ober. ..
versity, also u graduate of '- -., ---- ------- -
March 25 one of the best. was enjoyed by all. lIn Graduate School of Theology.He .
On Sunday, March 18, Rev. The public id invited to attendall taught in the public school HOME SERVICE 'CALLS
Snead, and congregation of Fort our services. vBtcm fur a number of years, TV $L50
Lauderdale will render service at Fleace visit the sick and shut. then wall called by his Alma Mater PL 1-8381
:3; p.m. teacher
ins. to be a Demonstration -
Saturday, March 17 the District served In this
He
Tile deaconess board will havea in English.
Missionaries will meet here. sale on March 17 on Saturday. capacity for nine yeans before ho We repair and sell TV's Radios Hi.Fi

Everyone is Invited to come. Mother Diana Ualn in charge. took a. leave of absence to serve All our work guaranteed Free DeliveryWe

On Friday night, March 22 Mother Damn will have a eale and direct the U. S. 0. in Beaufort specialize in overhauling your set and will give
the Pearley Gate Singers will ren. at the kitchen on March 17. S.C. At the close of the
TV also
der a program. year he returned to Fla. A and you a new guarantee, specialize on

Beginning on Monday, March M University to become directorof installation of outdoor antenna

19 services will be held at Mt. BAHA'I FAITHNaw public relations Know your TV man and save money
Zion every night for the benefit After Ibis he accepted the as.
of Men t Day. Ruz, Baha'l New Year: sedate pastorate of the Ebenez- JOE SCOTT
will be observed by the Baha'l er AMF. Church, Detroit, wherehe
of Miami! at 8 p.m. Tuesday, is actively engaged in African AUTHORIZED FACTORY TV REPAIR CO., Inc.
NEW PROVIDENCE M. B. March 20, at the home of Mr. Methodism, (boasting of more 923 N.W. 62nd STREET PL 1-8381
find Mrs. Win. Bethel, 545 NW
Rev. C. J. Burney, pastorSis. than 8,000 members ..
26th st. The celebration is
an of tho Rev. .. ..
Claudia Wilson, reporterWe The many friends ;; ;;; ;;; -
annual holy day, marking the Mr. Nixon are Invited to hear
are thankful to God for tlm on the vernal equinox and him Sunday. Lot us mark this

our progress. Five were connect. ymbolitlng the spiritual renewal Homecoming for our native eon OX 1.91516701 NW 15th Ave. Nite 634-3198
rd to the church last Sunday. for this age. who has made good in the min
Continue in prayer for the sick. Mr. Amlr Hldlyyat, Unlvercity istry. For Funerals You Can Afford Call

We arc looking forward for our of Miami student from Iran, At this writing Dr. Nixon and I
Women' Day program the 4th birthplace of the Daha'i Faith his charming wife are cruising
Sunday in March. will speak on the meaning of the down South America way He is Manker Funeral Home
spiritual renewal tor today. Re. the house guest of his old friend
freshments will "be the Rev. J Den.
school
served. The and mate I
Church of God in Christ
public la cordially Invited.METROPOLITAN Jamln Dlaoknell. Cloth Cover Caskets $126
up
109 NW 5th Ave.

Elder J. C. Jack-oi, pastor Metal Caskets $499 up
Cohen Temple
A. M. E. A. M.
The pastor and family of Fifth
Nothing left to burden
Avenue Church of God In Christ 1778 NW 69th St. (ciiuncii or GOO IN CHRIST) $ you

would like to express their thanksto Rev. J. J. Williams, (pastor 1747 N.W. 3rd Ave. O One's Social Security Can Take care all
their good friends for attend. Oble W, Duren, reporterOur Eli!. Jacob Cohen, pastor funeral arrangements
Ing the Holy State Convention spiritual cups were re. M. A. Johnson, reporter
meeting that was held by the filled on the second Sunday when Bishop E. D. Robinson, bishop Business Managers William Norwood
Eastern Florida Church of God our pastor spoke from the subject of the Churches of God In Christof Willie Williams
In Christ, in Miami. "What Shall I Do to Inherit Eastern Florida, delivered avery
Mother Gussle Gamble would Eternal Life." For substantiation Inspiring/ message last Sun. -- -

also like to express her thanks of his topic, he drew on day.The -
and appreciation to all of the wo. Luke 18:18.: Mother's Board of A. M ,
men, men and friends for being The Junior choir was in top Cohen Temple purchased an attractive .

present at her Women's Day form aa usual and our lovely accompanist set of pulpit chairs as Central Life Insurance Co. of florida/
meeting that was held at the' Mrs. Juanita Cole, their fourth project since they
Holy State Convention. stirred the souls of many as she had their beginning three year
led "Holy Ohoet.!! ago. They added au air of serenity 'YOUIl PIUKMILY" COMPANY"
We were proud to acknowl. to our pulpit as they were
St. Matthew Freewill edge the fact that our pastor, displayed on Sunday morning. MODERN AND ATTRACTIVE POLICIES FROM
the bRev. Dlnh School officers for the
2014 NW 6th Court Sunday $1,000.00 UP TO $50,000.00
will address the District AME month of March were installed
Rev. J. D. Woodley, pastor
Uro. Nathaniel Thomas, reporterSt. Conference at Pompano Beach by our pastor. Sister Ollie Pig. Whole Life Endowment Educational ,
Us subject will be "The Negro ford hat been charged M luper- -
Matthews spiritually
was In Politics."
fed on last Sunday with a beau Intendent. Mortgage Redemption
We wish to concongraulaietwo :
tiful revival meeting message; M. E.
ST. PAUL A.
of our beloved member for
coming from our pastor. He Retirement Combination Hospital
preached a wonderful sermon being appointed chairman and Rev. M. J. Fayson, pastor
The No. 1 choir and No. 2 co-chairman of Woman's Day- Mrs. Lee Gray reporter And Home
Mrs. Ellen Bowe and
Mrs. Rosa
choir rendered the music for the Sunday was an exceptional day
Lollard. I at St. I'aul, beginning with the ALSO
day.The doors of St. Matthews re. This Sunday Rev. 0. L. Nixon. : Sunday School with a record collection .
main open. and his congregation will worship of 151.03. Our presiding Family Group Plan
with us to celebrate the pas Elder F. A. Allen delivered the
tor's Aid Board's third anniver morning message followed with Father, Mother and all Children Under 21 Years of I

MT. CARMEL M. B. sary. the consecration of Steward
Under One Policy i
Insured
Age
Our Sunday School is progres. The ceremony WM very
Rev. D. A. Bradley pastor sing nicely under the able direction esses.impressive. The States rally between Ncw'Borns Automatically Insured After 15 Days
Mr*. Christine Cherry, reporter Do
of Mr*. Lillie Johnson. No 3 and 4 stewardess
"The earth the Lord's and REPRESENTATIVES AND BRANCH OFFICES
s
send your children to us. boards came to a close with a I
the fullness there of and they
that dwell within." spicy program Sunday afternoon. STATEWIDE IN FLORIDA AND ALABAMACall h
Total raised In the contest wu
Pastor Bradley preached out of 119082. The junior steward for representative in your city for additional M
the depths of his soul. Theme, Note to Reporters sponsored an afternoon programand Information I
"You Would Not" All church news must be tyi- wish to thank everyone who
Our church anniversary March written, double spaced and In oar helped to make it a success.
18. The Rev. O. W. Foster will office no later thn 5 p.m. on Our sick members are: Mm. L

deliver the message. .tuudar. Indl Baker, Mrs. Lewis. Please volt Got Something to Sell? ? ? Try a Times Classified AdI
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\U, FLORIDA, SATURDAY MARCH 10 1962 MEMORiAM EUGENE RANKIN, of 6600 N.W.
1 IN 20th Ave., Apt. 2. died March 14
PAGE 12 SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1962 The Late DEATHS at Jackson Memorial Hospital. lIe

__,..__." .._u_.._.____._.._,.,_.__.__ Is survived by his wife, Mrs. Emma
Rankin; two brothers, Dave Rankin -
I. and Cleo Rankin; three sis
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I j ters, Mesdames Lillie Mae Davis,
CARDS MEMORIALS Range Annie Pearl Walker, and Dorothy
Gray; a sister-in-law, Mrs. Dave
__ Rankin. Funeral arrangements

rJ arc incomplete.
CARD OF THANKSWords IN MEMORIAM MRS EMMA ANN BROWN, of 529
I N.W. 19th St., died March 12 at
are inadequate to express Jackson Memorial Hospital. Her
our sincere feeling of gratitudeand I S survivors include her husband,
deep appreciation to the nu I Frank and a stepson, Henry Smith.
merous friends who were so kind I :"a Funeral services are scheduledfor
in their varied expressions duringthe Friday, March 16 at 2.00: p min ,
illness and passing of our beloved I th3 Range Funeral Homa Chapel :
one, the late : Interment will follow in
MRS. INEZ K. DAVIS. Evergreen Memorial Cemetery

We are profoundly grateful to
each of you and we? pray God's .+ ,h 55 5 5'r

continued blessings upon you, for Albert .
truly it was through Him that your
many thoughtful expressions and S.lS '. .+ ERNEST MIDDLETON\ of 7169
deeds were realized. & Y I r'k 4. NW, 16th Ave., died March 9 a
Now She is Gone, You Must I few hours after admittance in
Believe [ Jackson Hospital. His survivorsare
,
That now Mrs. Davis' life is done -"m" < < U I' wife, Melvina; mother, Mrs.
-and she has filled a needed RS'WINNIE LUCKIE Ether Love of Lakeland, Fla; one
past; "In the passing of Winnie, Miami I daughter, three sisters, three brothers .
For here and there she paid her has lost a fine citizen. Her Church, L.: including Joseph and John
fare, a faithful Christian member. Her Thomas Middleton. He was sent
With more than idle talk and boast family, a loving wife and mother to Lakeland March 16 for final

That she has taken gifts divine Y And we, a sweet cousin and dear CHARLIE WIIITFIELD Jr., of rites:
The breath of life and Womanhood friend. Accept our sincere sym I !MRS EARLIE B. YOUNG, of 1431
fine, pathy" 1001 N.W. 55th St., died March 14 N.W. 71st St. died in Jackson Memorial -

Then tried to use them now and ,, Such were the Phrases of Hundreds at Jackson Hospital. lie is sur on March 10. Services were
then -- vived by his wife, Louise; a son, conducted in the Chapel March 14
MR. JAMES E. THOMPSON of TelegramsI Condolencesand Jimmie; a sister, Mrs. Ada Bryantof I with
In service to her fellowmen.Now I ved the I at 11 am. Rev. F. L. Smith
by
she is gone and there shall )I Veteran employer of Florida State Family of the Late Mrs Winnie New York; and a brother, Eu I officiating. Surviving are two sons,
I Nelson of Detroit Mich. Fu
remainA I Employment Agency, 32id Degree Luckie, which have brought com- gene Roscoe and Ernest Ellis; three
happier spot that might not have Mason and Vice President and fort beyond expression. Please neral arrangements are incomplete sisters, Mesdames Frances Trip-
existed had she lived for gain; Secretary of Loyal Buddies for the know that you have done a great lett, Mary Thomas and Miss Daisy
That someone's cherry voice and last eight years, died March 12, service. It was greatly appreciatedand MRS ADA TAYLOR, of 1321 N.W. Young; one brother, Mr. James
smile 1962. Body was shipped to his the family is deeply gratefulto 66th St., died March 10 at her Young and several nieces and
Shall prove that her life has been home in Jacksonville, Florida, on each and every one of yiu. residence. Her survivors includea nephews.

worthwhileNow Wednesday.By E. G. LUCKIE, Husband son, Hal Brantley and a daugh MRS. WILLIE MAE FIELDS, who
she has paid with somethingfine the ones who miss him: WILLIE and CLEOMIE, ; ter-in-law, Mrs. Essie Brantley. Funeral resided with her son, Mr. Leroy
LOYAL BUDDIES, Inc. Children. services are scheduled for Owens at 6336 N.W. 23rd Ave.,
Her debt to God, for life divine. J. L. Hunter, President; I Saturday, March 17 at 1:00: p.m. died at home March 9. She was
The Family Henry Brazley, Fin. Sec'y. in the Range Funeral Home Cha sent to Sylvania, Ga. March 12,
pet, Interment will follow in I where funeral services and burial
JOHN II. DAVIS, Husband; IN MEMORIAMIn
held. Other survivors
Evergreen Memorial Cemetery, werj arc
HATTIE MAE ROSS Mother
; IN MEMORIAMIn sister and in law.
Memory of Our Dear One one a daughter- -
LILLIAN CROMARTIE, Aunt.
IVERSON of N.W.
IIUBERT 1844
JOHN II. BROWN, of 16000 N.W.
Sad but Loving Memory of 67th St., died March 11 at the Dade 17th Ct., Opa-locka, died at home
Our Dear Husband, Father County Home for the ,Aged and
: March 11. His survivors include
CARD OF THANKSThe
and Grandfather is survived his
Infirm. He by his widow, Mrs. Laura Brown; two
Family of the Latet ft1 wife, Mrs. Lillian Iverson; a sister daughters, Mesdames Annie Mae
Mrs. Johnnie Ruth Dowell; Brown and Eula Hart; two sons,

;;,."'r"------J. :' .. ,' r14J,'Iltr/Jil I, "f,'''','j',,,.,.,,,, ',. James two brothers Iverson., Herbert Remains Iverson were sent and Leonard and James; one adopted
t.\ ',) Miller
1 ,I' son, 0. C. ; two brothers and
Alabama for final
to Tuskegee, three grandchildren. Services will
> rites and burial. I
be conducted Saturday at 2 p.m. at
; Greater Israel Bethel Baptist
I I
) Church, Rev. P. D. Brantley, Pastor -
!* IN MEMORIAMIn lie will lie in repose in the
j'f"I'i .-,., Chapel from 12 noon Friday.
':" ;; Loving Memory of Our Dear
< WILLIE COLE who lived at
1 '''.
,
S Mother and Grandmother
10390-A S.W. 172nd St., Pernne,
MRS. MELVINA DAVIS died March 11. He is survived by

who departed this life March 14, his wife, one son and on2 daughter.
1960. Funeral arrangements are incom
"t. .
Wo do not need a special day plete.
MRS. ANNIE ELIZA THOMPSON: ,
.
< To to mind
.. bring you our ,
,,, \.:
of 226 N.W. 10th St., died at home
The days we do not think of
.\ you,
,.
y1y1 Arc very hard to find. March 13. Arrangements are incomplete

I I It Like falling leaves, the years drift .

by,
But the memory of you will never
Manker
:I'I'I
: die. .

t .,,,, ",,: :. ..j f. 1 TIMOTHY N. TYNES, Jr. In our hearts you will always stay; VALERIA WALSON, of 612 S.W.
-" __,_ ..,_...'"" .,, ." ,.,. _6.r._...",,'" J who died March 16, 1959. May he Loved and remembered every. 4th, Homestead, died March 10.
t' rest In peace Funeral services will be held on
MR. ALFRED LIVINGSTONwho "Inere is no death, the stars go day.The CHILDREN and Saturday at 1230: pm. at Shiloh
MRS. WINIFRED BROWN departed this life March 16, down GRANDCHILDREN.CARD Missionary Baptist Church, Rev. P.

who departed this life March 1, 1961. To shine upon some other shore J. Curry, pastor. She is survivedby
May he rest in peace and may And bright in Heav'n's jewelled a mother, Emma Watson and
1962 takes this method of ;
expressing light perpetual shine upon him.
crown OF THANKS n father, Edward Lee.
_
its profound thanks and
MRS. ANNIE LIVINGSTON, "
appreciation for the numerous expressions Wife; I They shine forevermore. TIIEODORH BRYANT, of 1419
of sympathy received MRS. MERLE ROMER and MRS. LILLA TYNES, wife t The Family of the Late N.W. 5th Ave., died March 10.
during its hours of bereavement.The MRS. LILLIAN LONG, and FAMILY. REV. W. M. MASON Funeral services will be held on
family is especially grate. Daughters; I I who departed this life February 6, Saturday, 4 pm. at the Chapel.He .
ful to its pastor, the Ven. John E. Eight Grandchildren. 1962, take this method to expressour is survived by a brother, Herbert
Culmer of St. Agnes Episcopal 'IN MEMORIAM sincere thanks and appreciation Bryant; a sister-In-law, Mae
Church, who constantly ministeredto to all of its neighbors and Bryant; and an aunt, Annie De-
Mrs. Brown during her periodof IN MEMORIAMIn I In Loving Memory of friends who were so kind during nard.
illness. its hours of bereavement. Thanksfor BABY BOY HUMPHREY: of 1907
Thanks also to the many friends Sad but Loving Memory of your cards, telegrams and letters N.W. 2nd Ct., died March 11, 1962.
who donated cars, beautiful floral Our Husband and Father flowers and other fine gestures Graveside service was held Tues

pieces, telegrams, cards and offered M__" _"_'_--'_"'__ I of sympathy. May God bless day at Evergreen Memorial Cemetery
many other expressions of ''' He is survived by a mother,
you.MRS.
sympathy. I W M. MASON, Carrie Stokes.
Special thanks to Mr. Milton 'i.,
< it ---------- ---------- --
Hall and the staff of the M. S.
Allen Funeral Home for their I 't: J "Living Service for the Living"
sympathetic and efficient services.
Again, thanks to everyone for
everything. Jt

HAROLD E. BROWN, Husband; .. w t
YVONNE, FRANCES and

CLARA, daughters; : ,
FRED, HAROLD and + d n
CLARENCE, sons.


CARD OF THANKSThe

family of the Late RrN T *
ROBERT BRUCE IIANNA
wish to express their sincere .M R a #A
thanks and appreciation for the

many cards, telegrams, floral 1! Oscar, L Range Funeral Home
pieces ing their and bereavement.services rendered dur jM. I REV. C. C. GRAY I

who ,served as pastor of Spiritual
EDWARD HANNA, Father; -- Baptist Church. 10250: S.W. 176th M. Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range, Mgr.

v*.:; MARGARET HANNA, Mother; MR. ROGENE MILTON St., Perrine, Florida, up until the
MARY HANNA TAYLOR, who, passed away March 20, 1958. time of his passing March 12, 1959. 5727 N.W,17th Ave.
.:Daughter; May he rest in peace and may light We loved him, but Jesus loved
CARL HANNA, EDWARD H. perpetual shine upon and. him best OX 1-0131 OX 14343MIA
HANNA Jr., HERBERT The MILTON GRAY ELDER ELIZABETH GRAY .
HANNA, Brothers. FAMILIES. and FAMILY. ..




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ELECTRIC' Refrigerator and i ,gAl!I "BARRY MANOR THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
stove Good conditibn. $48 for
Classified both. 5825 NW 13th Are. afUlf II APARTMENTS"WANTS SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1962 PAGE 13 ;
3 p.iri. YOU

..d- 1510 NW 42pd St. See today, 2 Bedroom Apt
spotless 3-bedro6hi CtS.) hardwood Free Water .... ...4
FOR RENTA floors, no qualifying.! No 2 Entrance
I daring costs, $84 month at!J.
pays
NICE clean apattnierit ifa.a $1,500 down. Den-Korl Realty Free RefrigeratorFree
Lincoln Fields
quiet neighborhood. 6306: NW 2644 NW 62nd St. Nlte PL Stove Apartments
15th ave. Call NE 4-H886 or FR 9.6533, days OX 19373.
Painted
mar23 Newly
1.9797.
1510 NW 4 nd. St. Setoday Near Hospital and Stores 2045 N.W. 62nd Street
NE.WLY Renovated furnished or Spotless bedroom CBS. No JUST $17 weeJc tI
per
Unfurnished dpts. in thfe Opa Nd .
qualifying costs. One
Locka area near church school mortgage. $84 month pays all. 3200 N.W. 47th St.
and shopping center. Call :Mick $600 down. Ben-Korl, Realtor, Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments
Ins Rental Agency., NE 4.0500. 2644 NW 62nd St. Nites PL
Indf 95533. Days OX 19372. Offering Many Features

NICE 2 bedroom duplex. 2236 1376 NW 42nd St. See: inside FOR RENT WITH Refrigerator gas stove Tile bathroom
NW 50th St. For information beautifully furnished, Just bring Venetian Blinds Newly painted
call TU 8-429G. your clothes. $350 down. Total
$10,600. My best buy Ben- OPTION TO BUY Laundry Rooms
3-ROOM APT. Unfurnished Kori Realtor 2644 NW 62nd St. Machines
$11.50 per weak. Call tit Plcard Kites PL I D)-li&gD. bays OX Auto. hot water heater Washing }
Rental Agency FR 72902. 1.9372. Small down payment Filtered water Free Parking

INCOME TAX TIME! Free Garbage Disposal
FURNISHED efficiencies. All 8 rooms. 2 bath
We will be glad to file
ded. help you
utilities inclil $12.50 per CARETAKERS ON PREMISES
week. 620 NW dth St. FR your Income tax long or short 5871 N.W. 24th Avenue
form. Come to Fenster Realty
7.2902. .
,,. 1260 NW 62nd St. Ask for
- Harold. Indf For aDDointment'
to
1 BEDROOM furnished apt. All see Weekly Rate:
utilities. Downtown area. $18. Call 887'7919 MU 9.6244
or
1101 NW 45th St. See inside the
NE 4.0500. Ihdf home for professional bedroom $14.1 bedroom $18 2 bedroom apt.

CDS 2 bath, a beauty. $1,000
OPA LOCRA area. 1 bedroom, down. Ben.Korl Realtor 2644 Renting Office open every day Phone OX 1-8862
newly decorated unfurnished. NW 62nd St. Nile's VIA 9-5633.
- -' -.- "" -
_
$15. Furnished $21. 2 bedroom Days OX 19372. = : :: :: ::
unfurn. $18 furn. 2 bedroom
New ApartmentsAdults
40500. indf nAHIIKR SPECIAL
Special price for children 76c. HOMES HOMES GALORE!
LOVELY small house. Buy like
Two barbers to serve you at all
rent. Excellent neighborhood. times Miss Juanita Monroe and J*. -------
$50 down or lees $20 a week. Rev. Amos Hall, proprietor. Beautiful l hardwood floors
NE 55566. Free parking oh both sid's of Beautiful kitchen and bath 2011 N.W. 51st Street

street. Landscaped) clean and bedroom CBS with dining room, enclosed porch,
3.ROOM Cottages, water furnish. 2
7th Street Barber Shop
quiet. dOling cost.
ed. $10 week. 569 NW 8th St. 630 NW 3rd Ave. and Florida Room. $350.00 down plus

FR 72902. 2 Shoe Shine Boys to serve )'ouWhy See 754 NW 70th St. and $71.00 monthly, Sales price $11,500.00
send children to bootleg/ Open Saturday and Sunday 1 to 6 p.m.
4-BEDROOM house all utilitiesare barbers and take a chance of then
.
furnished Call Picard Ren. mpairlng their heads by Use of phone 1481 N.W. 45th StreetA
til: Agency. FR 72902. mnltary equipment. Always use
HI 4.3673 HI 5.7207Beautiful Pink Darling
licensed, modern barber for the .. ... landscaped. Low down
7-room bedroom CBS beautifully
private house. 2075 NW )est Interest of your children 2
6th place. Inquire next door. nd voumlf. payment and low monthly
>wanted.. Male or female.
BEAUTIFUL ROOM In private Good opportunity| Home on IN RICHMOND HEIGHTS

home.1826 NW Home.like 65th St. Phone atmosphere NE -E. PIOARD Your Lot 14921 Lincoln Boulevard

3-2740. Rental Agency 3-bedroom CBS, tile roof and carporte. $350 down
Rental collections; property $68 per month
NICE ROOM with homo privl.lege" management real estate
Single lady or man. NE 569 NW 8th St. FR 7.2902 "THE BEST DEALS"
55283.
$100 CASH $69 MO.

CBS HOUSE. 4-b drooms, living: 2 bedroom CBS, 75 x 110 lot PERCY L. JOHNSON
room and large yard reasonable completely fenced. Call to
price. ,For Information call 3781 Grand Avenue
374.0116 and OX 18307. lee Complete Building l.rvlo ,
-6- Miami 33, Florida
3159 W 68th Si., 2 bedroom 1355 N.W. 44tK Si*. PLANNING Phone HI 6-0334)

frame) house on large lot 80 x 77. $330 cash, $71 M&. pay* All. iUILDlNO l
$40 down $40 monthly. Price 2-bedroom CBS jalous ed FINANCING ,.
Owner 1120 SW First St. ,
5950. ...
Your Now Horn )
porch, carporte, Fla. room,
NICE ROOM for a lady or nice hardwood fl0dr drive by
man.Ave NE 4-8495! 5710 NW 19th and se*, thin call.t No Down joyl HOME TODAY!!

T I in I ,? Payment '
'
UMTsT$2,000 I'
.
$16 per weak 3 bedroom unfurnished 4 DOWN
duplex, 1365 NW Live rent freerhree Ovflf Twenty YMfl of
58th Terr. Hi 61266. -bedroom apt*. Construction kxp.rl,nc. Why pay rent? Drive by one of these home and

APARTMENT. 161 NW 16th Bt. Completely' furnished. Plus Guaranteed Satisfaction by our office. We arrange financing.
then come
Free water, hot and cold. Low a home for you. Property in aaaQaaaoaa4 i7
rates. Call NE 4-0196. condition.
tip top Only one r. -

3-brdrOom house, fenced with mortgage a* 6 per cent. See {
awnings and fruit tree3.' 8850 today. $100 down-$15 week
SW 127th Terr. Separate rooms. PL 1-3604 1. 7552 NW 13th Ave.
May call MO 6.9792 anytime after We financing- also MUm' (move right in)
arrange
I 5) o'clock.2BEDROOM

duplex 1760 TRIO REALTY 888 N.E. 79th St 2. 1867 NW 47th St. $300 down-$75 month

NW 50th St. Stove and refrlgef.ator 801 NW 54th St. 3-bcdroom CBS home

furnlahed. For Information PL 9.8372 PL 9.5455 Who Will be $200 down $22 week
cal FR 9-7415 3. 2105 NW 47th St. -
NE 5-8745 Miss Jabberwock? 3.bedroom bouse-CBS
2-BBDROOM HOUSE on corner
lot Fine location. Furnished or down-$50 month
$100
ImfurttUhed. 5729 NW 24th ve..NEWLY 4. 1228 NW 42nd St.

. DECORATED 2-bed- BARGAIN HUNTERS! Includes all furniture

rooms. Sun porch large walk. Sale Rent : 5. 2920 NW 67th St. $350 ,down._ 62.12month
For
in pantry. Hot water fully or lot
Nice CBS home on a large
equipped kitchen 1401 NW 68th
Terr. Inspection Sunday 24. 3.bedroom, 2 bath. Big walled-in lot month
6. 192t NW 43rd St $350 down-$65.30
LOOKING FOR a furnished room Fla. room, next to school
with all conveniences in clean 7. 1311 NW 40th St. $350 down-$61.52 month

quiet place Call OX 14864. 765 N.W. 17th Place. Open Sun. 12 to 5 8. 3001 NW 67th St. $400 down68.95 month

--.--- 3-bedroom CBS home
FOR SALE

757: NW 49th St. See today For Sale 9.3i't I NW 48th Ter. $495 Dn.-3.bedroom CBS

CB3.;Beautiful Barbecue very large pit fenced 2 bedroom backyard I bedroom CBS. Tile roof,.awning, fence We alt have many duplexes and income properties,

You can entertain here. apart 'nb start at $450.
Den-Kori, Realtor 2644 NW $62 a month. One mortgage
'2nd! St.. Nltea PL 95533. Day
,OX 19372. 1545 N.W. 73rd Street

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Letter to The EditorMarch YOUR YMCA A 'YM' Institute

PAGE 14 SATURDAY, MRCH 17, 1962 I 1962 STEADFAST Begins Sunct Y
Alconbury PAF, England INFLUENCE
You and your friends! are In.
Mr. Editor: >Economists! are having. a field vlted to hear Dr. William Al.
WFAB NewsBilling SOCIAL SECURITY I feel that In the interest of day trying to predict business baugh, physchologlst' discuss the
news seeker you should have conditions, one five years or even "Roots of Delinquency it*
Itself as "Fabulous aR these facts. ten! years hence Some see nothingbut Causes and Preventions" this
Miami's newest radio gloom. Others feel consider. Sunday, March 18, 4:15 p.m. in
Fab, R R
Today, March 5, nine U. S, A.
station, 5,000 watt WFAB kick ably better about things. Still the air-conditioned board room at
F Airman met with the non YMCA, 5770 NW
the Carver
ed off its grand opening promo others are on the fence-maybe
tlon Monday (March 12)) with r. -- eor..Lw. ,"." 17.-. .. !,!l .commissioned board of officers governors and here airmen's at. yes, maybe no. be 16th soloist.ave. Norman Thornton will
prizes and surprises galore. -- r ...-- Alconbury to discuss the variousincidents Of one thing we are certain; Second
This session begins the
Whether the coming years
of
segregation within
The powerful independent station Annual YMCA Institute The se.
the entertainment circle here bring want or plenty wider or
at 990 kilocycles, started A problem that constantlyaces base. on more restricted opportunity, security ries will continue each Sunday
giving away upwards of $45,000 social security offices Is or uncertainty, more lei. through April 8.
in prizes for audience partlcipa. out. Prior to the meeting airmen sure or less The young men's Other topics and consultants
tlon In its programing. Prizes include getting; the public to change have been denied the opportun. Christian Association will meet will Include Job Opportunities
electric appliances, wrist moded Ideas about the social. se ity to eoclalli within the enter. the challenge of the future with by II. Daniel Lang; "Travel-
watches, sterling silver and other curity law once the law has been tainment circle of mixed races. the success that it has those of places to see in South Florida
valuable gifts.. changed. Remarks like, "It's In pooled efforts several riots the past. and the Caribbean" by Charles
Committed musically to au- get at 65," and have occurred as a result Until It will continue to help yoUng North, and "Law for Laymen"by
ometblng you
thetic rhytm and blues and officers took up the problem. I people build phllsophy of life Atty. Howard Dixon
the Latin Beat, WFAB has beenon 'You can't earn over $100 a Among Air Force personnel on : based on tho principles of Jesus.It Sponsors this year include Ro
the air for several weeks, month, have been popular ones the all-Negro committee were will provide young people the bert H. Clark, Maynor Hall and
for years even though they Samuel Gardner Gerald Jackson The committee is
breaking In its facilities and tal. many opportunity to do the things they Arthur Dorsey.
of are not necessarily true. Jerry Alvin, Samuel Campbelland really want to do. It will enable composed of Arlington Sands,
ent to the fast-moving
pace Robert Johnson them to do it in an atmosphereof Miss Helen M. Dorsett, Dr II.
of entertainment devised by Man. law Is changed spe.
When the Top figures .
promised immediate freedom, but with encouraging Melton White, Johnnie Pearsall,
are
ager Arthur Gordon, cific Information programs affected actions to prevent future Incl. guidance Jr., and )Dewey Knight. Mooes L.
set up to reach those persons dents or actually thebranch.
The music and news format is ; but many. people eitherdo all entertainment closing clubs down of. In doing that, the YMCA will Perry Is executve secretary of
at Alcon .
heavily with public service segments I not take the time to check bury. be following more than a cen.
throughout the 24-hour their social security standing or Signed: tury of experience. It is a cen.
broadcast day. A realistic approach think that the information they A Correspondent tury that has paid tremendous
to community service is previously received still holds England dividends to the young of our NHS PTA to MeetThe
evident in the feature called true.; Lately social security country and world. The dividends Northwestern Senior High
"Helping Hand" to which the people have made. a new appeal, have brought new health, education School PTA will meet In the
audience Is invited to Inform the "If you care check your so. amount at the different and spiritual strength to auditorium on Monday, March 19
station of personal family probe :Ial security share.' The choice is then ages. countless millions. at 7 p.m. All parents are askedto
lems. The station then puts the up to you. Join your George Washington please be present,
listener in contact with the proper Are you one who should check The important thing the social Carver YMCA today! Mrs. Hadley, president
authorities to help solve the his "share?" It could be! T h o security; people want to strew' Is
problem. In the trial runs of social security law was liberal. check your status whenever you
"Helping Hand" WFAB has per. Ized In 1961. Much less workIs are in doubt as to your social
formed outstanding service In so. now needed to get benefits: security right In other words, BARKLEY'S CUT-RATE STOREThe
ctal. legal, medical and financial For example; if you are a man "If you Care check
fields with the cooperation of the who vlli reach 65 this year or a chare your Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
proper local bureaus and agen. woman who will reach 62, you I
cies. Gordon say the station need only two and three quarter -- I 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4.2376
makes a point to follow-up re. years of work under social se.
quests for assistance to determ. curity to get benefits this little REDUCE E Z 1 SSS Tonic ............................ 1.45 Special Angel; Skin
ine results. work in splto of the fact that Loso 2 6 pounds weekly Scott's Emulsion .............,.. 08 Hair Cream 2.50 size, 1.25
1962 is the 26th year that work Affective Uleach & How Cream 75
Through Washington government reports Manager officialsin has counted toward social (security 11 Physician medication spec, nJecfions. I.ax t ono ............................... 1,75 plus tax

Gordon, WFAB is attempting to benefits. Men who reached ializing. 7-20 ...?.................?................ 1.75 Old 07 Hergamont
set up a unique telephone-broad 65 and women who need reached even less 62 1545 SW 1st St. Lanolin Plus Hair Groom .................... 00
this
cast arrangement that would al before work If year have been previously FR 3.2748Jabberwock's Liquid ..............;......... 1,75 Old 07 Pressing! Oil ..?.... .05
low Cuban nationals living In told you have not worked loz. Free Polls .............,.. 1.08 to 12.08
and Miami haxe to the phone conversation relatives In broad.Cuba i ''ong enough you, check with your Gifts of all descriptions. Usg our layaway
cost. social security office again -
'ou may be pleasantly surprised OPKN: DAILY & "usn.8 A.M.: to 10 P.M.
This the type of loca land vo find that you qualify underhe JOAN' A, Mc.MIXN: Owner
nationa 1 service that has won new law, in the air!
awards for the owners of WFAB,

a group known as Unitel Broad Men as well as women may .. .., .. ., .. .. .. .. ., .. ., .., .. ., ., .. .. ..
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casting Compony, with head. 'low receive benefits at 62 in. : ,:= ...:... .,..:..;:...,.....:.:.,. .. ... ;?':,,; ?: .f! ;; ;; .; .. .......;..i..
quarters In Washington, D. C. lead of 65. So if you have re- '.'4''.' --- .r.- // ; -: --,.:-.-..:-.":..: .. ..:".':'.,:... .. ..:"" .. ..v.., .. ..:"...:":..:i:..::. .. : ; .1'.

United owns several stations and Ired and are 62, check with E1t'i .
soon will be on the air with till our eoclal security office. You s
first television station In the nation nay receive a lower amount than ::! i::

groea.programmed by and for Ne. ou ut would In the If long you waited run you until may 65, rt1 DREAMLAND I ESTATES Li Lif
2
possibly receive just as much as i
Lavish studios have been established f you waited until 65. The people S
at 1034 Biscayne Blvd it the social security office wille
in Miami from which the ttatlor > glad ,to discuss your parttlc.tlar !::I IS IN BOOMING DADE COUNTY
will conduct all Its programming cause and figure out the !,f I I::!

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA



eral memberships for this organi I to Join the Pink Ladies. The fee
FREEDOM'SROAD Large Crowd Attends zation at the fee of 100. In the is only $1.00 as of March 29. The
absence of Board m Tiber, Garth I regular meeting will be held in
11ALONG: Pink Ladies' TeaOn Reeves, Miss Marie White gave a the dining room of the hospital..
e": a p'TP t 't resume of the hospital ana what The Pink Ladies are grateful to
BY RUTH PERRY .> Sunday, March 11, a crowdof has been accomplished in a short Mr. Kemp, manager of the Hamp-

I One of th ..,,.,: ; ..-idling aspects tea lovers flocked to the Hampton space of time, such as the openingof ton House and Villas for every
\ of President Kennedy's recent House and Villas to attend the laboratory with an employed courtesy extended Sunday that led
I. i visit to Miami was his public ',.., ",> the first annual Pink Tea sponsored registered technologist; a neatly installed to a successful tea.
-I: by the Pink Ladies, an auxiliaryof
\\.I' endorsement of Dante Fascell. record room with an accurate -
the Christian Hospital. Quite a filing and three resident
system, -
f( Fascell and Eldredge + unique program, arranged and physicians who are on duty SEE THE SOUTH'SLEADING

", Mr. Dante Fascell, many timer presided over by Mrs. Willie Williams around the clock. The drug department COLORED
' : re-elected a member of the U. S highlighted the affair. will be opened very soon -
" House of Representatives from this Mrs. Lloma Green solicited sev- with a registered pharmacist to PSYCHIC READER

".i, district has proven himself a grea fill prescriptions. Much more
:' asset in Congress, and has brough. could be said, but she requestedthat CONSULT HER-
credit to Florida by his enlighter. derful act at the Satellite Lounge as a civic minded group, individuals
ed, liberal and wise voting record you're in for a p'eacant evening should go out and take a
This year Mr. Fascell is being op when you do. Appearing every look and see what's going on at LJUft. nutijri
posed for his Congressional sea nlte. I Every woman in Miami is invitedPEOPLES

by Mr. David Eldredge, an avowed -_._--_._-"----- -
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and confirmed segregationist.
It is not my policy, nor is it my DRUG STORE BARBECUEAND
right to tell my readers how to
vote. However, I do feel that It is LUNCHEONETTE .
my responsibility to state the facts; Clarence "Mop" Dudley, is
this Is no secret, nor any political now appearing nltely at Miami's 402 and 406 N.W. 8th Street FR 4-5874

coercion; it is public record. So Latest Entertainment spot, the guide
let the record speak for itself: Mr. Satellite Lounge.An Drug Store Bar-B-Que Let her years of experience life
Fascell, as our representative in accomplished musician in and protect you throughout
Specializing In prescription, Featuring breakfast, lunch as A lighthouse guides the ships
Congress, has maintained
a fair, hie own right Mop plays all fourof business -
latent medicines and sundries For success In
just and liberal attitude in his the brass Instruments. Cur. a. dinner. Old Hickory Barbecue In n storm.

voting record. His opponent, in rentlv he doubles on cornet, Open daily 0:80 a.m. 12 p.m. from 5 p.m. and love.
GET
the coming primaries, will be Mr trumpet. Fri., Sat. to 1:80: a.m. Open| Frl. & Sat to 3:80: ft.ni, HON'T STAY HY IN TilE TUB KUT.IIELP OP
David Eldredge, a confirmed segregationist OUT NOW
both by voting record in Hailing from the city of Satisfaction Guaranteed Free Delivery GOD SUM CAN HELP YOU.
the Florida Legislature and by Love, Philadelphia, Pa., Mop
shares hb billing with his beau. Office Hcmm! :
public utterances. All of us know SSiasSSSSlSSS SSSSSfSS:
tiful wife, Dottie, presently con. I) n.m. 0 p.m.
the facts. It will be to us and
up 0 a.m. to
Idered one of the finest female Tbu.rM.
our collective conscience to vote
for the man who will best 1azz organists in the business to. Over 7 i>an. ;
repre- day. 4,000 Customers Can't be Wrong! DAILYSunday
sent what we believe and feel when
it is time to cast our ballots. having played most of the S. R. 22's Written While You Walt
major spot on the U. S. Mop
The Ballot plans to spend the Beacon In Ml 10 a.m. JJ p.m
Aristotle, a Greek philosopherwho West Coast The capacity crowds Service First as low at
eeen at the Satellite Lounge late. HEAPINGVI.00
lived about three hundred $5.40
I ly can bear witness to the fact
years before Christ was born, once ,
that the Satellite InsuranceAgency UI'
managementwants Deposit
said, "If liberty and equality, as is
this to stick around
thought by to be group Starts yourn
some, are chiefly
for a long, long time.
found in democracy, they will be surance Immedl.atelf. 2.'J: Years Experience
best attained when all persons Mop sided with Dizzy Oillesple .
alike share in the government to in his great band of 1946 67. MADAMHUNTER
Tiny Bradshaw, Lucky Mllllnder
the utmost. And in our own
Miami
and Billy Eckstlne: are also Opa Locka
time, Francis Cardinal Spellman,
Archbishop of New York, sometime among the great band leaders to 3497 N.W. 7th Ave. 16300 N.W. 27th Ave. 1657 N.W. 73rd ST.
stated "With the enlist the services of this great NE 5-6358 NA 4-6612
ago : approach jtzra&n. MIAMI, FLA.
of registration and election
days it is opportune to considerthe If you haven't seen this won. Don't Write Call in Person

obligations incumbent upon
all of us to register and vote every
year."

"As Cardinal Americans Spellman, every one continued of us, Jazzy Red presents SHOW TIME AT THEEnterertainers

is responsible for the preservation
h of our democratic republic. That
[I republic is our guarantee of liber
ty, The men and women electedto
public office have the power to
preserve or destroy that republic; Club
They wield that power as legislators
judges, and executives. We
have the power to select good
Americans for these public offices.
We wield this power as voters on I
registration and election days. We IN THECELEBRITY

must never forget that democracyis
government not only for the
people, but also of the people and

by the people.Our "Democracy 4s : [ ROOM


As Americans, we believe that
our democracy is the best form of '
government, but it is not the I. :i- FORMERLY CLUB MI
easiest form of government to
maintain. If we allow ourselvesto
become apathetic, indolent or!
too concerned with so many thingsin
the daily business of living, we: I -H Hal Ferguson
stand in grave danger of losing!
our democratic form of govern I
ment. It la sometimes necessaryfor
citizens to review to themselvesjust
what a democracy is, and I and His HI NOTESFEATURING
think that President Kennedy gaveus
many answers in his Inaugural
Address.
Perhaps the most important fact r
to keep in mind is the obvious one JAZZY RED
that we are the government of the
United States, and as citizens, it %


is can small up,our to way to share serve us, or in, this whether to whatever a democracytodo large it way is degree.in we a Bill Robinson ATjj 4|=1'! .


And perhaps the most basic foundation -
on which our democracy!
rests is the vote of all citizens. By
casting our ballots in open and T "QUAILS"Little I i
free elections, for the candidateof I
our choice, we are doing whatwe
can to keep democracy a living
thing.Misguided. .
people often remark .
Miss Broadway _ _
that "my vote doesn't count," or ky, c "
"what can one more vote or less ? _
do in this election?" But if we _
realize that one vote plus another .,1 Miss Pee Wee
plus millions of votes from all over k .
tho country give Individual citizens
of all creeds and colors the :

chance to decide for themselvesthe making a come back
really important problems

facing them, then we are part of 4 ,.rx With her "Blow Top Blue. THE QUAILS
then we ,1 y
the democratic process,
are serving our country in a basic r- and "I Only Have Eyes Presenting their recordings "Quit Pushing and


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SCHOOL NEWS Jj DEATHS

Detroit Schools"In ....,."..:;-

the past, school boundariesin JOHNSON ELEMENTARYThe IN AND AROUND THE BAHAMAS
Detroit have been used to fur Francis .
racial and social segregation James W. Johnson -- - ---- - -,
ther New ---- --------- -J M NATHANIEL GORDON, of 1761

a citizen's advisory committee reported Elementary school haa officially Robert L. Bartlett, Sr., of Eldon at St. George's Church on N.W. 1st Ct, was DOA at Jackson
in its two-year survey. been dedicated. The occasion was Blair Estates, was fined $280 in Feb. 28. The bride is the daugh.ter Hospital on March 7. Funeral
"While some progress has been" held Tuesday night March 6, the Magistrate's Court on March I of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert services will be held at St. Mat

made, it has not been adequate, along with eight other schools. 2, for being in possession on Saunders of Shirley Heights, and thews Baptist. Church on Sat.,
the 38-man committee told the De Many local citizens, out of town Jan. 20 th of a .32 revolver and the groom Is the son of Mr. and March 17, at 2:00: p.m. with Rev.
troit Board of Education, and uests, board members and city five rounds of ammuniatlon with. Mrs. Roland Curry of Virginia N. F. Clark officiating. Remains
urged it to "recognize the full ur officials were present. Many citizens
Street.
out a license. The maximum will lie in at Francis Fu.
have lived in the Semi- repose
gency of the issue. who
penalty Ls $560.
of the nola section of Hialeah stated, neral Home Chapel beginning Fri
A large part 360-page re
A Supreme Court Jury, on Feb. day afternoon until funeral time
port was devoted to the problemsof the dedication exercises a sue. At a musical program presidedover 27, gave a not guilty verdictin Saturday afternoon. Survivors include .
the affair to be held In
Negro students. Negro teach. biggest by Dr. Cleveland Eneas at a 10 to 2 vote in the case of his wife, Elcena; three sons,
.
and white students from that community.We
underprivileged -
ers St. John Baptist Cathedral on Alton McQueen who was charged Prince George, Regional and Na
areas. Feb. 27, Mrs. Etienne Dupuch, with killing his wife, Rocelyn on ,
would like to thank the ci. thaniel; five daughters, Mrs. Ag-
The committee Nathan, headed Kaufman by Circuit includes ( Miens of the community, the. wife of the editor of The Nassau October 24, 1960. The woman nota Nottage, Mrs. Mearletta Rin-

Judge and PTA, Daddies and Mothers clubs, Dally Tribune, presented was strangled to death with a kins, Mrs. Delores Kelly, Mrs.
seven Negroes was appointed the faculty members, our principal cursed again. The editor slug. belt. McQueen was representedby Cerrtici and Miss Catherine Gordon -
the Board of Education.It .
by ship to the recently established Mr. Orvllle Turnqeet.
Primus, supervisor and sisters 13
is of representativesof Mrs. ; one brother, two ,
composed Prince Williams High School.
all others who helped to make grandchildren.
education, religion, labor, Negro the dedication exerfclses a success. The Rev. R. G. Adderley, chairman .
groups and others. The principal and faculty of the finance committee re. The Agricultural' and Marine JAMES BROWN, of 2400 N.W.
Turning the report over to the members would like to express I celved the check for the school, Products Board is developing ap. 108th Ave. in Hampton Park, diedat
board, Judge Kaufman said, "This their thanks to the all out efforts and Principal T B. Donaldson proximately 300 acres of bush his home on March 6. Funeral
report shows that Detroit schoolsare )f supervisor, Mre. Plumber. expressed words of appreciation. ''land at Cat Island into pasturefor arrangements at this time are in
segregated. When you have cattle rearing, Thirteen
Many of her worthwhile sugges. complete. Survivors include b
segregated housing, you have se- sites, varying from 10 to 60
Lions aided in this success. Stanley Borgenlght, managerof friend Mrs. Charlotte Gibson.
gregated schools and segregationin acres are already under cultivation .
Dollar Industrial, learned
our schools is a fact." Some participants on the pro Feb. 27 that the editor of the on and six of them, have been ROBERT LEE CLARK, of 1420

Mrs. Betty Becker, president of gram were: Mayor Henry A MI. Nassau Tribune not only "whirlsa fenced to keep out other animals Magnolia St. in Arcadia, Fla., diedat

the board of education, said the ander, City of Hialeah; Mrs. wicked pen," but he also and protect the sheep. The Jackson Hospital on March 10.
report will receive immediate and Helen J. Voshoh, Dade County "hurls a wicked fist." In the pangola grass, some of which had Remains were shipped to Arcadiaon
careful study. School Board member; Mr. Jack editor's office he allegedly be. been planted two years ago, is Monday for final rites and burial

D Gordon, School Board Member came rude and abusive. lIe was growing nicely, and it I is expect. Survivors include his wife,

COMMUNITYRECREATION who gave the address for the ordered to get out "fast." He I ed that livestock will be Intro. mother and father.

occasion. The J. W. Johnson jedcursed again. The editor slug. duced later this year.!
chorus rendered several selec- ged Borgennight the i MRS. MAGGIE JOHNSON, of 308
on Jaw and
'Ions. A panorama was -present-I N.W. 7th Ave., Apt. 10, died at
he hit the floor.
DAY SATURDAY The home of John A. Thomp. March Remainswere
ed by students depicting the her home on 9.
Recreation enthusiasts are in growth of the school from 1925 Neville -Slmms 20 son in Sandilands> Village, was shipped to Walthourville, Ga.
former
a
to the present new school. Mr. completely destroyed by fire on on Tuesday, March 13 for final
for a treat Saturday, March 17 Customs Officer
was given a Feb. 28. Mr
W. C. Cogdell presided and did Thompson, anem- rites and burial. Survivors Include
when the James E. Scott Com avery nine month sentence on Feb. of
ployee the Public
Health De.
munity Center opens Its annual wonderful Job. The program 28 for forging and uttering. The her husband, Mr Sylvester
partment and
htte
wife. Nurse
Community Recreation Day. The was closed with remaks by Judge took in to considerationhis Johnson; parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Thompson, and their three
theme this year is: "Fun Around the principal Mrs. E. G. Primus. age and his previous recordof I children were not at home. They Sam George; six sisters and four

The Clock." Mrs. E. O. Primus, principal] honesty lost everything. Explosion of a brothers.
The wheel of funwill start J. M. Reddlck, reporter
four.burner gas stove Installedthe the
PERPALL
INFANT GARSIE ,
spinning at 8 a.m. with a fun ,Miss Norma Saunders and Anthony day before is believed
treasure hunt. The to daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
girls and Curry were married by Fr. have caused the fire Perpall of 17820 S.W. 103rd Ave.
boys track meet will be from 7
a.m. until 12 noon. Immediately YOUNG ELEMENTARY in Perrine, died at Kendall Hospital -
following, community singing -- on March 9. Graveside services
The Nathan Young Elementary
from 12 noon until 12:30 were held on Thursday, March 15.
p.m. School Family wishes to express I.
Square dacing also will be In. sincere thanks to everyoen who of Mr.
BABY BOY THOMAS, son
eluded
The boys from and 12:30 until 1 p.m participated in our Dedication Register Today and Mrs. Charles Thomas of 365
girls will teet
their uotentials as future Rob. Program. Our Nathan Young Re. N.W. 8th St, Apt. 4, was stillbornat
presentative for the telecasted
In hoods In the archery tournament Jackson Memorial Hospital on
portion of the program was Miss services
from 1 March 7. Graveside were
to 2
p.m Louise Tyson, a fourth grade
The fashion show will be another student 'I held on March 12.

delightful entertainment JAMES E. THOMPSON, of 1075:
from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. A portrait of Dr. Young was N.W. 73rd St., was DOA at North
Future stars will be featured unveiled following a skit entitled Miami General Hospital on March
In the amteur talent show between "A Dedicadte Life" given by 12. Remains were shipped to
the hours of 4 and 6 p.m. the School Patrols. This skit Fit on Wednesday,
Jacksonville,
A pause of refreshments for the pointed out certain traits which
final rites and burial.
p March 14 for
less active will be Quiet games Dr. Young exemplified during his include his wife, Bessie;
Survivors
from 6 to 7 p.m. Then finally life
so that the staff and all can get one son, Edward Thompson.

a break, break-time from 7 to The Dedication Banquet was
8 p.m. an enjoyable occasion. We appreciated IN MEMORIAMIn

The clock! will start ticking the patronage of all
again persona who supported this af- / memory of our dear father,
start 1l beeringhup fromand until fair.! We particularly appreciate 1/ grandfather and great grandfather .

11 p.m In the community dance cooperation given by the ,
entertainment Following schools who had participants BENJAMIN RUSSELLwho

i, appearing on the pro. departed this world into
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN gram: Feb. 21 1956.
,
Bunlhe Park, J.R. E. Lee eternity
6895 N.W. 14th Ave. Orchard Villa, Rainbow Park and Six years have passed since still
I
memories
left Sweet
us.
Rev. YOU
W. F. Savoy Pastor Lillie C. Evans.
Where linger in the hearts of those who
you been T are you? WhereWe haTe Our guest speaker was Mrs. T. were so close to us. There are vacant .

have been I. L ing, FAMU guest who gave places in our homes which
Joyable and educational having en us greetings and echoes of the can never be filled.
of the meetings past from the life of Dr. Young. Sadly missed by ;your loved
congregation this week \ Only look at JMU, oh so
under the AS ADVERTISED ones. ; a
ONWMBM
direction
Stanley of the Rev Joseph Ely, who served as bowed down with care. lie has
National Weems, of the Board toast master for the evening promised to defend the*. He will
berian Missions of the Pre by. proved to be quite an engineer as I all your burdens share

Rev Church Weems U. S. A. he guided the program smoothlyover Clark Ruaeell, Melton G. Russell -

point that has made clear the the pre-lald tracks with his I Edward B. Russell, sons;

in'g' to the we Church could think of gir touches of humor and wisdom. Elva Roberts, Marl Green, Ml*.
a certain' per. rah Oates, Annie Jones, Grace
cent of our income, both for cur. Our regular PTA meeting will
Toles, daughters; Eddie Green,
cent. Enswer this Question for be held Monday night March 19 1220 ON EVERY RADIONIGHTINGALE joe Jones, sons-in.law; Bertha
fud. Anl&Wer this! Question for at 8 o'clock in the school cafe- Edna
Rusell ln.law
I daughters- ;
yourself: Out of torium. Tin.I
your weekly> In. Sands, sister! ; Cleveland Russell,
I come, if you gave $1 to the One kind word can warm the

church, what percent of your la- winter months. brother.Key West, Fla.
come would that be? The Bible Josephine Mackey, principal COLLEGE

tells Christians to give 10 per Mary A. Jenkins, reporter

manner cent. We, requesting are starting our off member.in a shy I 265 N.W. 5th Street FR 3-1675 I IN MEMORIAMIn

to gIve two.thirds Per cent to ENROLL NOW FOR memory of our dear mother,
the church weekly. FLORAL PARKThe wife and grand mother,
MRS. IVA B. WILLIAMSwho
Sunday Rev. Weems will preach this Floral Height PTA will ,150th Physician's Assistant Class departed this life March 13,
morning. All members sponsor a banquet tonight in the 1955.
present
the building will make tund. their pledge to echool cafetorium at 8 o'clock. BEGINNING MARCH 19 Sadly mixed by all.

Home Admission, adults $1.00, child. The Family
Sunday visitations will 1 be made ren 50 cents. Will meet ;you Prepare for a lifetime profession
afternoon from 3 to 6,
there at 8:00.Spiritual .
to
that every member will be on Air Conditioned Classroom Thanks Afro
record
as having made a pledge.
Where are we? Where are we Guidance Schoolof I 1124 February 28, 1962.

going? Let U.8 go with Grace, To the Manager of the Afro-Ameri
:' the Grace of our Lord Jesus Truth can Life Insurance Company:
III 1 11111 J l
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. Christ 3627 SW 27th St. Dear Sir:
It's a pleasure to write and

RESTAURANTCompletely Order of service TV Service Calls thank the Company for being so
$1.50
Everyone Invited to all services kind and paying my claims so

equipped Sunday School 10:00: promptly.My .

Must be told because Sunday evening 7:00 agent Bin. Arlene Strachan,
of
ALL MAKES-ALL MODELSus PARTS
Consecration service Thursday is so very kind.
death In
the family. March 15, 8 p.m. May the good Lord bless you all.

GOLD MINE FOR RIGHT Prosperity service Thursday LARRY'S T.V. I am so much better.

29, 8 p.m.During Sincerely,
PARTY
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Recreation At North BUNCHE PARKOur
Business! Leaders Of America,
I Northwestern And North I Secretary of the Student Council, school lunchroom person
Senior Chorus Senior Girls Dade HighThe nel beamed<<: with enhtuislasm'! as

Dade Win State Honors Trio. She won first place In the results from the Adult they awaited and made plans for
the reception of the Florida State
shorthand state contest and basketball teams are: The Ran.
Tallahassee Nearly 200 high rial Award to Robert Lee Alex. graduated as number thirteen in cheros from Hollywood trampledthe School Lunch ASloclaUoD-Re.

journalists spent .ree days un ander, ;Lincoln High, Tallahas her class. At present she Is a Derbys from Brownsville 61 gion 11, which held Its annual
42 Frank Rolle of the Ran-
to ,
see. .
der professional Journalists from Senior at Bethune Cookman Col. cheeros scored 17 points. The meeting at our school on Saturday
top ranking newspapers and Other awards presented wereas lege and fa a major In Business Screaming Eagles won their Feb. 25. Mrs. Edna Mayo
other areas of specialization here follows: Beet Ail-Around Education. At college she participates game by forfeit over the lIard.I cafeteria manager reports that
during the 12th Florida A and Wearbook donated by Johnson In the- YWCA, Mummies rocks.
the
meeting was a huge success.:
M University Interscholastic Publishing Co., North Dade and Zeniths Social! Club, The I
Press Workshop recently. High, Miami; Best Use of Pictures Commerce Club and is pledgingIvy On March 22nd, the following On March 6, we enjoyed an
President George W. Gore Jr., donated by The Ft. Pierce for the AKA.' teams will play In the Adult bas. Interesting and stimulating PTA
of Florida A and M extended Chronicle New Stanton High of ketball tournament: The
meeting with H. Coachman, PTA
Miss Portia Liggett/ I It a native Screaming Eagles will play the
greetings during the opening ses. Jacksonville. The awards were president, presiding Mrs. BessieRogero
lion, Other key Individuals offer. made in the yearbook division.In of York Pennsylvania, and Is Miami Knights and the Miami
and Mrs. Barbara Poun.
I now attending Tuskigee. Institute Warriors will meet the Rancheros -
!Ing greeting! _were_ Oswald Lamp- I
the newnrmnpr divisionawards She is in cey delagtes to the Parent
I a major Physical
kins acting bead department of from Hollywood. Come out
pres; ted..were: Best Education.I participate in Teachers Association which con.
English; Percy Goodman presl. She to the tournament to enjoy ana
News Story donated by The St vened in West Palm Beach on
the YWCA and a member of the
dent, Student Government Association pull for the team of your choice.
Petenrburg Times Blake High of year book staff Feb. 22.24 gave their official re.
director ; and Q;. J. Smith III Tampa; Best Column donated by The Intramural track meet ''be ports and thanked the group for
of public relations. The Florida. Times-Union, North Senor George Rojas Is doing tween homerooms Is still in pro. selecting and sending them to
Mrs. Alice Dunnlgan, education Dade High; Best Ail-Around social work here at BTW Senor cess. 10.2 was the winner with represent the Bunche Park PTA
consultant for the President's Newspaper donated by The Rojas 'In a native of Cuba. He Is 15 points, 10.1 second with 12
Committee Equal Employment Famuan, Northwestern High, Ml. deeply concerned with the problems points and 10-4 third with 8 As a special treat the intermediate
Opportunity Washington, D. C. ami; Best Sports Story donatedby that face high school students points. For the Individual events grades presented two
traced the history of Negro jour. the FAMU Office of Public He has done previous Lawrence Sweeting as first In the skits, "How to Study" waa pre.

nallsm and gave helpful words Relations Middleton High; and work in Jamaica. Senor Rojan' is 100 yd. dash, Willie Murray Rented by 4th graders and
of advice to the beginning jour. Den Layout, also donated by the helping\ with the studies of Mu. second and Eugene Brownlee
Posture" the 5th
"Good by grade.
nallsts who were anxiously wait- FAMU Public Rotation Office, sic and Spanish.Children'a. third, 220 yd. dash Lawrence
in? to gather the news for the North Dade High. Sweeting first Willie Murray era.

eight-page "Workshopper" uubH'hvl second and Joseph Young third. Joseph Pryor a 1956 Bunche
annuallyby the visiting Home 880 yd. run Charlie Lynch first, )Park graduate who Is now a
hi h school journalists B. T. W. HIGH SCHOOL and Calvin Dorsett second. All senior at North Dade was our

T.'..*nr. ""b'rr nrntlon for out. S"nlors have elected "Seniors To Observe eighth graders warm up be. guest art1L t. John held the aud.
*,P" nrrfo-rnnnce went to fJndaxmtrd Determined to Sue. cause you are next. fence spellbound as he skillfully
th ")1'n'"ln' participants: Wan. dramatized the "Tale of a TellTale
'end"! as their motto, and "To-
d p R--S Lincoln P"rk Academy. Recognition Day AU participants of the shuffle. Heart" by Edgar Allen
Mass S'nlors. Tomorrows Ltad.eN" I
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tournament had fun. First
Ft P ; Altnine-p! Chestnut, board Poe.
University High, Tallahassee, as their theme. This year I Sunday afternoon at 4 oVlork place Sanford Dradshaw and
Lewis L. Lovett, Lincoln Park -tass colors are: brown and beige 'he Dad Conntv Children''. Pome Edward Reed, second places Wedding bells rang on Satur.
and the '
c'astj flower I.
: the white
Ft. Pierce, Martha Dunlap Howard dahlia. 'n Kendall wl'l observe the Johnny Robereon and Tyrone day, March 3 In Coconut Grove.
W. Blake High Tampa; Erla monthly Recognition Dav. Wells and third place Joe Dames Our librarian, Miss Christine Saw.
Sutton, Middleton High Tampa. Officers of this years French and David Brown ver, wan wedded to Eugene
Club The principal address will I be
are: President Joseph Sands. Congratulations to Mr.
Walter Alken Willlston Vocational Peace; vice, Gloria Mitchell; delivered by Robert Gabriel who There will be a Dance Recital and Mrs. Sands.
Wllllston: Huette A. Du. Secretary Laurantlne Mason, is a staff member at Youth Hall sponsored by Dade County Park
pont, University High Tallahassee Treasurer Audrey Thomas, Reporter Mr. Alfonso Williams, supervisor and Recreation Department on Parents, if you are not a registered
; Betty A. Laws Northwert. Maudella Wilson and Division B at Kendall will pre. March 21st at 7:30 p.m. in North voter now in the time to
frn High/ Miami; Rhona. Sims Business Manager Thedore Gibson sent him Dade High Auditorium. Everyone register to vote. Tho registrationbooks
North Dade High, Miami, and Jr.Booker. Is' welcome to come and wit. will be in' the Opa Locka
Otha Favors, Gibbs High, St. T. Washington Interns You are Invited to attend.Jabberwock's ness tho affair The dress for the irea at North Dade School
Petersburgh. are here. They are Mrs. Geral. evening 'Is the after-five attire. March 5 to March 24. It II later
The Rattler Award went to De- dine Lewis and Miss Portia Lig Admission is free You are always than you think, Register Now!
bores Pettiford of Middleton ett. Mrs. Lewis is a 1957 graduate welcome to come out and enjoy
High; the Consultants Award to of Booker T. Washington. Asa the fun at North Dade. R. J, VIckers reporter
Cherry 'Hill of University High student Mrs. Lewis was a mem.
and the L. AUx Wilson Memo ber of the Stenographers Future in the air! Mrs. II. Byrd reporteer 8. Lambert, principal
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA Personal Mention ...... _"l_" '_ 1'" .. ... ..... .

PAGE 16 SATURDAY PRIME BUSINESS 'PROPERTY
MARCH 17, 1962 Mrs Elizabeth Mack was the
proud recipient of a recent sur. f '
IDEAL FOR DOCTOR'S OFFICES
BUNCHE LANES IS scoring table by use of a inter prise birthday party given at her .
com, and either Wesley Stewartor home, 1732 NW 6th ave. This
i 'Clinic Funeral Parlor
etc.
gesture of appreciation for her .
: Tommy Jackson will repair '.:.
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POPULAR the lane, and you are in business spiritual 1eadershlpVal >,shown .
by Crwader& Ited Circle and
again They are both Brunswick
BOWLING trained mechanics. Sunshine Band of Mt. Sinai Dap.
SPOTWhen O Large 2V'a Story CBS
Running around making tlst Church A hearty thank you
1 Is the last time YOu've body happy is Vinnie Torre every Hereis to all who made this occasion
been bowling? Can you bowl at possible. Bathroom
a guy that you only meet every
all? There's no problem ,on BO _often. He's here helping Nr1bII,_ ....L 1IL..nI_. _... .
either Ilunche question. if you go to the nand up signs he's there talking -- 0 In Excellent Condition, Long Lease
Lane at 2282
Duncbe
to someone about a league, no
Uunche Park West Theater" Drive.building The Old In he's in the fabulous pro shop Owner: 2260 N.W. 62nd Street I
firing points on what someone
Opa.Locka.On
should buy in other words, he's m TU 8.6985
walking Into the lanes on the type of fellow that makes MU 1-5740

are plush! greeted rugs, up at the a slight desk elope by glamorous you again you feel and like he seems coming to again be every and a.'LLn. ....._._ "........ .......... ._ n ....

congenial Mrs.Jim Bobby Reid Cambridge, the clerks or, everybody.So where at .the same time, helping No Closing Costs : "" "" "'I.. "" "" "" ....- .... ........ ""- ... =
They assign an available alley, the next time
the to
urge
rent shoes if needed and Intro bowl comes upon you, visit the 'No Qualifying AnnouncingTHE
duce you to one of three of the Dunche Lanes, and you'll be
moat polite instructors you ever back again and again, and a $495 down $70 Mo. I GRAND OPENING
met in lanes.
any They are
bowling fan for life And
remem.
Freddy" Mason, Nearly new 3-bedroom.
Cyril Miller and
ber if
can pick the
you up ball,
AI Williams and It they are too you can bowlA1TKK. Near shopping, transportation OPEntertainers
busy at the time they have a and schools. Move rightin.
part-time man to help In Lo-
,tenzo Smith. 1IIR DOC .
Not completed at present, are flog tracker nro making it a The i Club
the lounge and snack bar. However Iwiliit to Mop) by the Satellite 4711 N.W. 16th Ave.No .
there is a meeting room titter the races. Losers also welcome .
and l a supervised day-t Ime Kntcrtolmnent Every qualifying, no closing'cos
nursery for bowling mothers Kite>, Popular) prime no cover. ts
CELEBRITY ROOM
If any thing!:; goes wrong on SATELLITE $90 MONTH
your alley all that is 0222 N.W. 7th Ave.
necessary
Is to notify the desk from Plenty fioo lurking Hoar New 2-bedroom, large Fla.
your Entrance room, screened patio, car For, merly The Club MIr
El -- --- I porte awning windows. Ai

Brand New Homes conditioned MONDAY, MARCH 19, 1962

833 N.W. 75th St. 11

Save Money No Closing Costs .. 8 P.M. UNTIL

$74 month. Very''' nice 3' COME AND MEET
Owner at 1430 N.W. 59th St.nEDROOMS.2BATHS.FLA.ROOM. bedroom CBS. Jalousied
Clinton "Jazzy Red" Moses
!porch, oak floors. Near
Open Sunday 2-5 p.m. everything. New Proprietor

2161 N.W.; 59th Street And old friend and
DUPLEX GOOD INCOME 811 NW 57th St. We have many homes to your manager
Lots for sale Will build to orderS. select from. We will help K. C. Smith and Freddy
with
financing. Call any
BARON JE 8il340 JE 2.4343 time. Entertainment and refreshments on the house

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$11,000 total. Only $339 down. No extra cost.
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3 bedroom CBS, corner lot, tile roof, hardwood i '' t ", Featuring TheValadeers

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843 NW 75th Street z,: a VOODOO PETE

Live for $20 per month. Lovely CBS home plus nice >, r The Queen of Comedy

apartment for rental. $400 down. No closing costs.
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