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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 31, 1962
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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9Tri YhAki No 31 __' ___ _.. __ MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1962 '. 18 Pages 10 cents I:
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IIEAItING AND xiuAij; oAft SET U.6.A. Selects Grand Jury to Probe Youth i'III'

GIBLIN MOVES TO QUASH INDICfMENT _
MiaMI fer 1163The ,,
IN DUNAWAY'S MURDER CASE Killing by Police Sfft. ; I

By Elliott J. Pleze United Golfers Association I The case of a Florida City -
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selected Miami, Florida for its
Former Circuit Judge Vincent C. Jumped to his feet and said that pollceffiflfl accused of shooting a
Giblin offered a' motion to quash It is improper for the Judge to convention to be held in March, Negro will be presented to( the Ora D. Taylor Licensed1
the indictment of first degree mar. complete the arraignment while 1963, and accepted an invitation Grand Jury, State Attorney Richard f
j ag Eugenia: Thomas, the motions were pending, and from the Par and Birdie Club of Gerstein, said this week. '\
Miami host their National Golf
ivite L &; of'thomllt..t.font' Municipal an arffligttnMtat Judge moved postponed that the arraignments be Tourney to In August of 1963. Sgt Robert Linton drew his gun For Real Estate SchtfoC f ''f j]

fcflrlntf Held. Wednesday at hOdfl However, Judge Floyd overruled The invitation was presented by and killed 18-year-old Rudolph
id JUdge RoBeft L. Floyd's Of- the motion to postpone the arlgnirionta "Miami Times" :Columnist Dave Davis as the outcome of a friendly The first real estate school If- ( !
cull Court And proceeded: with Bondu who is Business Managerfor contest: to see "who could hit the cense issued by the Florida Rcatt
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fur Same diblin took exception! the Par and Birdie Club. Six hardest," the State Attorney said Estate Commission to a Negro,
other three'
Attdnieys the t So the ruling and the Judge noted other cities bid for the event but went this week to Mrs Ora D-
Defendants I in the same case- At a hearing before Homestead
for the Trammell Memorial
FarrisD1''ant1. Taylor
with letters from Governor
the exception". }fn order of their
Aubrey W. Henry; Jtt Clarence Peaco Justice Sylvester Adair
Real fix
Miami Mayor Robert King Estate School, located, in
Simpson and osepli Milllri&S-all calls, Simpson, MilliHgd and Henry .. these facts were presented, and the
High, Manager Melvin Reese, same building as Ora D TaylorRealty :
each .refused to enter d plea to
concurred in arid adopted the same Justice asked that the Grand Jury 4208
City Publicity Director Lew Price N.W. 7th Ave. I
the cftarge) against them1. hear the evidence since
motion offered by Gifalin. of he could
movie called "The Torch
The four Defendants are all When called jip forjhet plea, Friendship"a from Hampton House not come to"a conclusion. Mrs. Taylor received her recog--
and when asked by hoW r'tioi by hard arid efficient work:
charged with the murder of. Mrs. Maifcowitz and
and owner Harry a .
does she Mrs. Thomas
plead,
Beatrice "Tiny" of 895 m for the past seven y&pf as a real1estat
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Dunaway her Attorney, Giblin both stood movie (of Miami from the Publicity w r lpNNh
) broker. I
N.W.6Oth St. which occurred last it
Department, was voted ( N
silent,in front of theJudge's ,
October 28 at 1661 N.W 5th PL completely bench, without pleading unanimously that the invitation 4 Shj has had training Stot Cxperlsnce **- !lit

Giblln is defending Mrs. Thomas, either way. Judge Floyd then from Miami would be accepted; in leading Institution htJ'i!! i,
ante, the other defense Attorneys said-In the absence of any pleas The Convention will be held eluding Tuskegee Institute, n Qtfi'urge
are: Henry Carr who is defending by the Defendants, the court will March 22, 23, 24 1963 and the Cowman! College, Florida AM. ,-
Henry; Bernard A. Wieder who enter .a not guilty plea for them. Nationals will be played at Miami & University Hampton Insti'
represents Simpson, and Joe Gassen Springs and LeJeune Golf Courses tute and Miami University..

who ii handling Millings' IIEARING ON MOTIONS APRIL August 19 through 23, 1963. The She has the necessary teaching
case. 9-TRIAL SET FOR MAY 14 I Hampton House will be headquarters experience and leadership neededto
At the arrfignnieiitt i the t} state Judge Floyd then set Monday, for both affairs. help Negroes achieve respect
was represented bV Assistant State April 9, at 3 p.nt, for a hearing on During the convention in Memphis + ."4 and security in the open field of
Attorneys Gerald 'Kogan arid HUgh the motions to quash the indict President Howard Anderson real estate. ,
Wood.GIBLIN. ments against darttsTh, l passed the gavel to the newly The school will be conducted In (
FIRST TO SPEAKAs Judge then announce that'I the elected president Maxwell Stan compliance with Florida Real Ex* j t
formal trial will ,begin on May 14_ ford of Philadelphia. Mr. Anderson tnt( Commission standards In help
soon as the session was call at 9:30: a.m.However has served two years. ing the students to prepare for: d
ed to order and the Judge Inquiredif if the motion to quash When the V.a.A. invades Miami the state examinations, A
all of the Defendants were present the Indictment Is granted by the next it promises to be one s
Giblin took the floor first and court, the trial date will be chang of the year biggest affairs ever held in 4 A unique feature of the school ,4 :
offered his sensational motion to ed and the entire case will hive South Florida and we are proudof is pl'fSOna"uldance, Name j
quash the Indictment. Giblin explained to be heard by a newly impanelled the host club, Par and Birdie and help 'where needed.
his ,reason for offeringthe Grand Jury, and a new trial date of Miami, for making such a fine the Trammel Memorial, tho school
motion was that the Grand honors her deceased parents and
will have to be act. presentation that the U.G.A. accepted
Jury which Indicted his client was Miami for this gala sports --_ I- family who helped to set up the:
Improperly impanelled,' the mem KILLING AT COUNTING HOUSH event IIUDOLPH DAVIS !ideals of progressive help for
ben thereof were Illegally select Mrs. Dunaway was shot and kill. I others. Mrs. Taylor is efficient ,
ed and that the Jury itself was ed during a hold-up and robberyof and will see that as Instructors are _
unconstitutional a suspected bolita counting added, they also must con/<
Giblln was followed Id order by house. Henry was the first arrest. King ef, Cubs Forum Presents Panel on high standards of scholarship ami
Attorneys Gassen, Wieder and ed in the case. Henry was initially instruction.Mrs. I
I Carr, ill of whom concurred in charged with first degree murder. .'Taylor has served as a leader '> i
and adopted his motion. Attorney Henry named Simpson as his accomplice THE NEGRO'S FUTUREIN in the Church, education, and!'
Wieder also moved that the com in the robbery, and when civic affairs of Dade County and! '
plete minutes of the Grand Jury's arrested Simpson admitted the Florida for many years. She ISI ,
,meeting on this case, together with shooting and killing, and in turn DADE COUNTY also a Christian loader. having: : .
'jy confessions .or admissions implicated )drs. Thomas and Mill been recently appointed as Stalo .
'which'msv' :,hav,bell made-In. theo ings..At The King of Clubs, Inc. willpresent clubs, Greek organizations are Invited : Evangelist by Bishop Sherman: :'!; r
< pesstons",' ;";f"; nrrender cl d to :theberetis a. Justklce.ofPeace prell- .min.atr big forum to attend in-groups as special Greene of the. Eleventh EpUwopli; -' : '0' "II
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one
.. "''Attot- ytaa"Jc': Thornis"&> 'Jarid""MI1Jfhtr' wertf! Mrs.' set ,'th1'i''year' This win answer program the guests. '., :. ..'.... 40.. .;1 1' DistrdcLpL.lbti" : .: "' lys': 'S

Assistant State Attorney Kl.lan free by Judge Ralph B. Ferguson. public's demand for a resumptionof
asked the court to with : State Attorney Richard Gerstein
proceed the annual cultural effort of
the arraignments and set a later presented the case to the Grand
date for a hearing on the mOo', Jury, which in turn indicted the the club. The Forum Committeehas 70-Year-Old Man Slain In
tions. Giblin on the contrary,' four Defendants on the charges. Invited some of the city's outstanding
white and Negro, citizens J

Tulane Negroes on racial grounds as .1 to aid the community,in determining
University Wright ," was rejectedby in some 'degree, just what is Gun Duel With YouthOne

Ordered Integrated Wright said In a summary that Jl1dgment.1 I; The Negro's" Future in Dade I 4 I

Tulano University, New Orleans, ways been a public institution and County. man was dead and two porch across the street from the i., I
was,ordered on Wednesday to admit cannot "discriminate on the basis I This discussion .will be handledby byianderi wounded Friday night. lot at 1338 NW First Ct., a, n dth '
two Negro girls by U. S. Dis- oj race." a panel of five persons with a as the result of a gun duel la r a' >other striking John Gillleum2Tr '
trict Jude'J, Skelly Wright. Barbara Marie Guillory and moderator to guide the presentation. vacant lot on NW First Ct. 4.. of 1400 NW Frist Ct. as he "
The university's claim that it Pearl Hardin Elloio of New Or. Among the areas that wlil walked on the side& walk a half.' ", '
filed the, will be' Follca,arre te4 W11U'..!*..But.ler block : from the, kcyn. :or: 'tile 7'
had the right! to reject J qualified leans, sultagalnstiulane. be covered By the panel 23,. of. 1331 NW'Flrtt:Ave ''. tr
shooting.
r .r oolitlcs. religion industry and. )la-
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and /barged blm'wltb the tint ,
.. bar, finance and housing. Authorities ,
degree murder of 70.rear.old I
ii'' I. in each of these fields .
Frank It/hey of 1400 NW .FiNtCt. "
3SM New Veiersby '
will be at your service. ,71ad ,
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Fallowing the opening"IJI'8ftuta- Butler and 'filler' climaxed a ";, "
Lions by the members an extended week-long argcc:eat wUnet* Mi 'Orls ie ** i II
period from the floor is said by meeting h tn lot end ,I
certain
to create a lively session openlnz tire on eac'i r'rer: four 18-DAY DRIVE GETS KKSULTS
that will be reminiscent of the of Butler's shots atrvJ HlVy' in I''
good old forum dayi. the stomach, kllliij LVi: Instants total of 3,569 Negroes' names
: ; were
b the 1y. added to the Dade County t
In addition to panel, some
l Ilhaj of the city's outstanding vocal talent At least tro of Rl'ey's: shots voter registration lists in an l&day r
and also choruses went wild one hitting Martin blitz by the Crusade for Voters, a I
I ,e from will the appear local high schools. The DinklM, 74, as he sat on his group of civic-minded citizens bent ..,.J
ladies of the King of Clubs Auxiliary. on increasing the Miami Negroes' ..1
Mrs. Melba James, president, voting strength. And the drive iJ
will hostesses. isn't over as yet. : !l
serve as New
OrIH.CalHIJ Through efforts of the com

,,, Rev. Tbedford Johnson, one of mittee spearheaded by Charles :
; Miami's most progressive ministers Hadley fire convenient stations ,' ,
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; ,.:. ,t, '':' '.\. 'and his congregation at St SCHMS! IB Mix were set up in predominantly Ne ., \' .
-- John's Baptist Church will be the tro arm for the period S :MM!* S,,. .,
Benny (Kid) Paret, shown hen arold'Cuban's general condition hosts to this expected overflowing Tuesday nl;ht. Archbishop Jo to 21. *"* ** '
during the North-South. GU Tour ]:good, but tsght listed as critical crowd of information seekers. The seph Francis Rummell of New Orleans Neal's Market in Bfownsville led',
,
.rument irtUi y Gil"' s ol wttk only a chance to ins.rlva date is the second Sunday, April ordered all Roman Catholic the list by ,signing up 1,930 new I ,
'Aagelu. 8, 1962. The musical prelude will schools in New Orleans archdiocese voters. Next was Liberty Square I
oaf no ... lahla Paret had made bit home la begin at 3:30 and the program at to end segregation next fall. which registered pee, Coconut .
londHJon.Thursday., .- Miami for the past several months. 3.45: p.m. The membership of the Eight women and two men, all Grove with 664. Opa.locka with 515 .
Tie former welterweight boxinaehampion lie and his wife. Lucy, lived at the club is extending invitations to Identifying themselves as Catholics I and Richmond Helghta with 335. !
has been unconscious Hampton House before buying a their many friend and the publicat and parents with children in The Crusade has BOW moved into .
;'since he was knocked out by horn'u at 1000 NW. 47th St. Thecouple large to avail themselves of the Catholic schools paraded in frontof the downtown Central district) I'I\:
bear and the residence to and will begin an all-out drive
archbishop's
Emlle Griffith at Madison Square hare one child and art opportunity to particIpate on I, I
Garden Saturday night. The 23- 'expecting another. in this forum. AU of the protest the order. Saturday. ,I ,' J JI !


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2 Negroes Unopposed I I I SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1962 PAGE 3



On Alabama Demo Ballot I, Turnpike Restaurant !I II


Desegregation Quick Ruling
8 OTHERS SEEKCOMMITTEE I place the Negroes' names on the
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ballot for committee posts.
Turnpike restaurants on Flori. Court for the Southern Districtof
His announcement came Sat. da's Sunshine State h
SEAT Parkwaywere
Florida on March 12. 4
rday following: the agreementand
ordered to desegregate their
the dUmlssal. of a Federal i. In his ruling, Judge Dyer ,ad.
facilities last Thursday by Dis.
Birmingham, Ala.
County Court suit rought by the ten enjoined the Author
trlct Turnpike -
Democratic leaders hare agreedto Negroe.U. tI tIe Judge David W. Dyer.
put the names of 10 Negroes v : Judge Dyer's ruling, considered ity from "making or requiring;
on the May primary ballot tor S. District Judge H. Hobart unusually prompt and forthright others to make any discrimination -
county party posts two of Grooms dismissed the suit late became effective on March based upon color In regardto
them without opposition Friday after he was Informed of 22. He ruled that the segregation service to patrons at Its leased w
The other eight have opposition the agreement.An policy of the Hot Shopped, restaurant facilities, restaurants 1
in their bids for positions on attorney representing th Inc., which are licensed by the and drinking fountains."
the Jefferson County (Birming party leaders named In the suit Florida Turnpike Authority, "is This was the first Turnpike res*
ham), Democratic Executive Com. said the agreement "(nds the dls.ji ftSTATE violative of the equal protection taurant case brought by Defense
mlttee. pute insofar as the courts are clause of the Fourteenth Fund attorneys.
A Federal Court suit by the concerned." Amendment.' O, E. Graves, Jr., Miami; \
Negroes seeking; to force the In the suit the Negroes asked, The action had been brought Thomas J. Reddick Jr., Ft. Lau- I
party's, acceptance of them as Federal Court to direct that BEAUTY March 1, by the NAACP Legal derdale: F Malcolm Cunning
candidates was dismissed on the they be named on the ballot as Defense and Educational Fundon ham and Holland Smith West
basis of the agreement.Earl Candidates; for county committee WpRKSHOP behalf of five Negro citizens, Palm Beach, and Jack Green-
J. Ellis, chairman ,of the posts, and. that the state party I Leerue McDuffie, John E. King, berg Derrick A, Bell! Jr., and
Jefferson County "Democratic emblem! containing the slogan, Walter Holmes Jr., Albert My. Michael -Meltsner of NeW' York \
Committee said the elections I "White Supremacy" b. thrown MOVED HEREMrs. ere. and George Sims. The case City, represented the Negro I
subcommittee has agreed to out. was argued !In the Federal plaintiffs I
I Willie Mae Stubbs Ceasor Ii
has been informed by the State --- i 1 1ill

Sigmas To Celebrate "BiggerAnd Board qualified of to Beauty have a that workshop she was at : 1ir.;*

I her school. The workshop for rs4Y1S
teachers has been held at Florida .
Better Businesses"National A and M University for 18 ill
years, under the supervision of

ObservanceApril Negro business but to Improveall Mrs. Cromer.

small businesses. Bill Simmons nationally known
has been set aside It Is hoped
the
by
that Negro beauty consultant, has ,
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc., cutomers will not consentedto o A }
as a month of business celebrations patronize Negro businesses be. be the guest artist. The two.
in the United States and cause theytare Negro only but weeks workshop will consist ol
the continent of Africa. In an. cause they are qualified, efficient courses In science cosmetic, !
nouncing the month of National and offer goods and ser chemistry, visual aids, latest /
observance by all of the chaptersof vices comparable to any other methods in hair styling, physiology .
the Nationally affiliated Col. businesses In their lines of opera. teachers training, hair I
tion. weaving and charm.
leglate Fraternity, John Fonteno -
Jr., national director of the The workshop Is scheduled for
organizations 'Bigger and Bet. GA. STICKUP June 18 through the 28th. The
ter Program' said, 'all chapterswill State Board and Mrs. Ceaeor
be asked to sponsor business MEN NABBED' will send out letters to all teach. 4
conferences public programs, ers and beauticians with full de. i
displays, banquets and Institute BY FBI HERE tails on the meeting that is ex.
seminars with local businessmen pected to attract hundreds of
and the general public to I
beauticians to Miami.REDUCE .
Willie Lee Jones Jr. 21
stimulate their thinking and and
practice of 'Bigger and Better Lee Cotton Jr., 28. were arrest. I
Business.' ed here by the FBI last Friday E.
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The Natioal Program In. for unlawful flight to a vol d
was
prosecution in Macon, Ga. Lone 20 pounds weekly. GOOD PRODUCTS GOOD SALLSMfciN Here discussing
ttituted by the. Fraternity at Its'I They
1924 anniversary conclave IB were wanted In Macon on a Effective medication Inject the popularity of Pepsi Miami products (Pepsi, Teem,
Richmond Va. and has been' charge of armed robbery of a I Ions.. Physician speclalliiAff. Patio) ..are : L-R Julian Nicholas (Pepsi's Public Relationsman

celebrated time. yearly to the present gasoline$80, the station FBI said where they got 1545 SW lit St. N.Y.C.O, Miami Pepsi route salesmen Luther' Kelly)) ,
Eddie Miller Alonzo Cunningham Thomas Edwards and
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The purpose of the program, is The men gave their addresses FR 3.2748
to encourage Negro businessmen as 360 NW 7th at. They were George Brown (Pepsi Southern, Division) I
to Improve their business Insight, nabbed at an auto wash on NW t
efficiency and service to the pub. 27th ave., where they worked, Dugie's Guest HouseThe -
lie In order to compete favor. the FBI said Drive Carefully! house of clean LOOK
ably with other business and room
en.
encourage Negroes to patronize 1111111111Li1ij 11 1111 I& && & && a Open 24 hours NE 4.3851 You just can't Imagine whatyou're
Negro owned business is inliwliiff/ If you haven't
establish' Seeing Believing
COLORED RESIDENTIAL
LOTS seen Dot and ) "
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ments to aid their developmentand
See us for clean rooms form at the Satellite Lounge.
survival. FOR
The main idea of the SALE 2941 NW 47th St., Miami They're phenomenal! "limply
program Prepare How for future out of thin world" I
your move. Buy for speculation! or in.
of today has changed very little,
Mr. Fonteno, said. 'Today' ware netment. Buy for yourself .or your children. This Is an Jamaica Dugie, always a SATKLLIi LOUNGE

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MARCH 31 t&Sa VUCtMJLJSLttuuuijuttJUST _. !a the loot The gunmen used ad. Reapportionment
PAGE 4 SATURDAY ,
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cash.
By rani R. Henry -* By Fla. NAACP

... The CM war eosiB_.d this
:- '""" ')0Tlal' week with rfCllkr1 as low as .The Florid NAACP has a*.
April number of LookNaaulu 1S cent a gallon. Fin 'em up boysIt claimed XH.letweae Oou'
e1.1T6I a very interesting won't last too long. decision a victory for the more
tory On the Negro In Amerea -- than 800.04)9 Negro ettfenu in
--Main OffH* At 674O X.W l.Mb. ArMin -11i me OX JO42IRiKh today by Ernest Danbar. He Just north of Jacksonville the Florida who bare been hand I,
a* 1112 N.W. Third Ave' Miami Florida.-Fbone FR 32JEH besfa; with our ancestor and Seabord Airline Railroad Silver capped becaue the Florida Lex.isiative .
--- deals With incense Hwa1mlnatoo Meteor collided with a track at a body was eeatroUed by
H. \' "D RKKTKS, doter andManaging T"u'bu.bt'l' employment, homing, progress grade crowing on Monday killing representative and senators
K.GAKT11 C. nl. \ItS: Bditoras and problems, schools segregation the truck driver and three from counties where there are
tbe, armed forces sports calves believed to be in the few or no registered Negro TOt.
' nf,1'NI Second Clw'* Mutter, Anpost ft, 192'1. at tbe Post; Ota and other problems. Be care to truck. era
At Miami Florid, under the act of March S, 1876 read what Ernest Dunbar has to No one aboard the train was Pointing out that ranch of the
Svnscnlruox RATES say. We believe yon will enjoy Injured but there was minor oppodtkm>> to reapportionmentstems
.oo FOREIGN $6.00em it. damage to the front of the train. from section of the stats
tINE YKAR $.YOO MX MONTHS $ -
-- _. I where there in the most opposi.
.' no OF THE XKGRO PRESS"\: Metro's Transit Authority re- tion to the granting of eoneUttu
THE MVJRO; mFSS beHevw that -America nan best lead the world four In Whit.Albany,"Freedom Ga., a Negro Riders"and port stop receiving applicationsfor : tional rights to Negros. Ret. A
from racial an* na.tto."t antagonisms when It acc nM to every maiweirdie bus Jobs Monday the last day I Leon Lowry. stats president of
** of I'ltC't'OJ"r or creed, his human and legal right Hatlnfw went to the Dougherty County Thirty-five striking unionists I the NAACP, threatened court at.
man fearing no In,1LJ1-thf' Negro Press strives to help every mi1T Court on Monday and nt In a got on the. band wagon. Metro lion in IS SI bemuse It err
section white The
> the firm belief that all men are hurt a* lone a* anyone 1* held for persons. now has 450 drivers and 150 learned that most North Florida
Negro was pushed to the floor
IbftC'1 maintenance workers with 20 legislators fearfed the Negrp,vole
and dragged to the rear of the
w sheriff more drivers in training. in the larger counties, would tip-
courtroom by the depu-
-- the in Florida.
set states quo
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OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS ties. The four whites west to the -
rear to Join the Negro. They Metro commissioners at Tuesday's "Even the constitution which
President; Kennedy's Committee on Equal Opportunity were dragged out and shored meeting decided not toplace was proposed for the approval of
door to the outside. on the May ballot the Char the legklature and the people of
chairman through a .
Johnson as
'With Vice! President Lyndon Judge Carl E. Crow witched terRene.. Board's request for Florida included In it a section
nd Secretary of Labor Arthur Goldberg as vice chairman proceedings from the bench. reducing the size of the commission requiring racial segregation, the
; reports completing conferences with nearly 100 of The four men and one woman and restricting the power of Rev. Mr. Lowery said. T h is
including American Telephone were waiting trial on charges of the county manager. was done even though the U. S.
' nation's largest employers
he
: Five other amendments consld.
breach of the peace on Dec. 10. Supreme Court and the Florida
.and, Telegraph Co., Lockheed Aircraft, oil, steel -. erect non-eontroverelal were fav. Supreme Court had ruled against
find other major retail stores. I orably considered. racial segregation."
Volunteer agreements for ending discriminationcame I Comes October motorists over The Crandon committee, dissatisfied The NAACP will begin a con.
with Metro's decisionwill
million larking will be able to save one centrated effort though, to in.
about five
from 50 large firms employing 'I dollar providing they payark'lng seek a referendum. They
crease the number of registeredNegro '
workers. tickets within 24 hours have already got 15,000 cigaa.tures .
voters in the, pan handle
This is undoubtedly good news. Untold opportunities within a week Its 13.00 after a on petitions for the pur. eotmtie so Whit the combined
MV opening up to Negroes. "The times have really changed 'week $5.0D, after a bench war esctereel pose. rote of Florida, Negro citizens
1O
rant $ If to
you go court. $15.
." The big question is: Are we changing! with them? Now Its up to you to make a will be a factor in any election
he aid.ChaJrman
tpportunity!> knocks at our doors. We must do all in our choice. John \. Lord ion of Mrx M.
Metro E. Stevens of Liberty City a former of the drive forNorth
the doors and let him in. commissioners have
power to open teacher in Tennessee, now Florida was named as At.
agreed on this change but
Today there are so many positions or jobs we are notAble ing for final adoption takes a hear placon teacher at Dorsey Junior High torney Charles F. Wilson, Pensa.
; to fill, one of the main reasons being :that the doors April 17. School, recently pawd the Na- cola lawyer, who represents the
tljnal! < Teachers Association.Mr. NAACP In the Northern sectionof
Now there ..
been to
i(if these positions have never open us. -
Lord Is a native of Miami. the slate.AJTXOUXCKMEXT.
can be no excuse. If you are qualified, there' is good reason In Jacksonville FBI agents He finished high I e h 0 0 I
to believe you will find employment. In any case, you and city police are still trying to In this city and did undercrau. !
Are in a better position to earn a livelihood.This find two unmasked gunmen who ate and graduate worlc at Florida Born to Mr, and Mre., Bertram
hijacked an armored car carry. A and M, Flsk University! and Dean (Marian) March 26 an 8
news should be especially interesting to our lag $88.U and made off with Tennesse A and I University. lb. little boy.
youth Our high schools are graduating hundreds every

'i'ar. Now they will find a much wider field for choosinga

profession or trade.In ,.1
Miami we have a junior college open day and

night. Tuition is reasonable.At .
the present time applications are being receivedfor AMERICANfurniture

semi-skilkd mechanical work such as making minor

repairs in the maintenance of buildings and equipment.

Application forms and further information can be

obtained at the Post Office or from the Executive Secretary -

Board of U. S. Civil Service Examiners, P. 0. Box

3. Miami, Florida.All ] & T1V.
qualified applicants will receive consideration

national for employment origin. without regard :to race, creed, color or


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High Court Rules on ApportionmentOn

Monday -Supreme Court of the United States 3! COMPLETE ROOMS

ruled, that lower.federalcourts: ; Inay 'determine :;whether, '.
,cfty voters ,are constitulionally discrirniriatedt against In
the apportionment of l legislative B ats.

The case in ',point was from Tennessee, 'where the

city voters contend 'that the present apportionment of of FURNITURE also.
legislative scats 'violates: the equal protection clause of

the 14th Amendment. The state ''B reapportionment act ,
has not been revised since 1901 despite state constitutional:

requirement for revision ,every 10 :years. "

The court's majority opinion was that Tennessee was

"guiltyof a clear'violation of Jts own constitution, : and the TELEVISIONSi:;
rights of the "plaintiffs. It also agrees that "the evil is a

serious one 'which should be corrected without further .
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delay $; i
The :ruling -will 'be .hailed With delight y the' bigger .
counties in Florida, especially so in Dade and other big '
South Florida counties. \\filllloW 'be :up ID ,the legislature e NO! MONEY DOWN

'to :nuke proper apportionment adjustments.
'Wednesday .Atty. Peter ,Sobel -went :into action

filing a suit,in Federal 'Court-asking that the Florida Leg-

islature be declared ;illegally} constituted. e NO CREDIT NEEDED
Also that the :proposed apportionment 'Plan which

voters will .accept or;reject in 'the November elections be

,removed from the 'ballot.
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Increase ,Police Force

:Sheriff Tom! :Holly 'is asking :for an increase of 'the Dinette Sets o Lamps TaWes *
'police force "by 10;, .an additional 70 firemen and 40 ,

'office workers. He says "he is asking for the men -and In The i..teestyle. :,
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equipment he needs but I only lor 'what 'he 'can ,get 'by ""


'with."We have failed to "keep pace "with the :population 2300 N.W. 62ND ST.

explosion,in public safaty due to'budgettlhnitations," said
the ,Sheriff in submitting :his ''budget :for:the fiscal jr ear .

beginning October 1st:
PHONE OX
The budget calls for ,$10,589,085, :an increase over, 6-0919
the ''present budget'of .$3,'&19,9&4. :
A major item is the increase of:fire:stations.: rom 10 Open Mon. Sat. 9:00 a.m.9:00' p.Vn. '{

to 23 with an initial cost of $1484,000 The date for I I -
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I NORTHWESTERN" j lion ,for, him. Very. appropriate BTW to Get AwardOn ''I I "THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA!
ly costumed" as they danced to /PAGE

the music of China under beau I SATURDAY. ... MARCH 31,,,1962. &
WINS ANNUAL dful and colorful scenery these TV ., r'.ti I'

/oung people took second" place Freedom Foundation: Awafds SEBRING SPORTS Haitian Dancers )' :
JABBERWOCKThe with "Chinese Intrigue. will be .presented on Channel 7, ; %'

GeorgeV.. Carver' s skit i WCKT-TV Sunday at 5.30 p.m. CAR RACING
Miami alumni, chapter of Ingredient. of Peace." very The Booker T.' Washington High At Hampton HouseThe

Delta Sigma' Theta Sorority, Inc. cltarly portrayed the frustrationsof School Newspaper will receive the EXCITING
presented Its 19th annual Jab. man in his attempt to find a National award for the best edl. Hampton House presents a
solution to end the world's' chaos torlal Your Parents To complete Haitian show, beautiful
berwock March 15, 8 p.m. at the "Urge CLARENCE UW AltOS
Dade: County auditorium.The of today. The carefully construct Vote" written by Catherine Allen, lly girls and native drummers, this
satellite which surprlaedly as. and WILLIAM QUINN Friday night, March 30. These
theme for 1962, "Jabber. ed editor The Washingtonian.
wock Orbits the UN with music .ended upward brought thun. Joaklm Bonnier the swift dancers have been booked into
of clear Serous applause from the audience the Hampton House Lounge
carried many thoughts Blaachl of
Swede and Luclen
thinking American citizens., and won for them third Cocktail SipThe the 12th annual while here on a goodwill tour.
Belgium won
shows
They will present two
On the very enjoyable agenda place. Florida International 12.hour
choral Progressive Social Club 1 on Friday, and repeat with three
were the works of virh compos. Mays High "?group accom. Grand Prix of Endurance last
members of the band will hold Its annual Cocktail Sip shows on Sunday, April 1. T h e
panted by
Mozart, Bach Beethoven .
ears as th1'ff.litre
Saturday in a blood.red
, and Schubert. blended. their voices in song as and style show Thursday, April first show will be at 7 p.nuwiththe '
; The Deltas have, been able, little ballerinas adorned In pink 4 at 8 p,m. at the Mary Elizabeth; Ferrari. The winning team second: and third at 1030;
with slipping "
Hotel Fiesta Room. Mrs. Hcator nursed the car a and lam.
i since to award costumes graced the stage. Sud.
1943 scholarshipsto
clutch around the A\19. corner,
Rivers, chairman; Mrs. Vera There is a total of four men
deserving young ladles of the denly the mood changed to thatof 5.2 mile for 206 lap at
Williams, co-chairman, are> put. course with eight Rlrla plus Bill Gaddy
school community, and supply calypso which the group continued ting forth every effort to make an average speed of 8! .1U mph and his combo
1 complete hearing aids to needy with "Lets Say It WithMusic'
this aeair the best of the
season Ten laps behind, finishing *ec.
youth They have extended their and Mays High was glv.
Please plan to Join us for an evening ond over all and first In the
program to other community.
IJLUM DAYS?
of fun, entertainment. Do. Grand Touring car class were
projects including Mental Health nation $1.00.en former three.time winners at Don't have cm Have jour
Study. Phil Hill of the U.S.A.the fricmU to nut't you at our "Away
Sebring,
With a draw of the curtainsthe From it AH" atiiuwphero"' Every I
world driving champ, and
eyes of the audience were lay then something going on.
honorable mention M curtains another Belgian, Olivier Gene.
focused
on lovely gold costumes Plenty frw parking rear en.
with a touch of here fell on Jabberwock until 1963. bier in Ferrari coupe. .
gold paint "Out of tilt world" But
1.5 Litre Porshe iu.
and there and a pleasing voice The beautiful "Miss Jabber.wock" to Piloting third position a were Index of I ho pricey nre down to earth.SITKLLITB .

echoed the rooms as Northwest. Joyce Rolle and her roy. Performance (handicap) winner :
lor High School Intrigued 0223 N.W. 7th Ave.
audience the reigned over the affair. The Bill Rand, Bruce Jennings, and
with its "Peruvian to receive tokens and and
prizes, Bill Wtnsthoff, all Americans.
Fantasy As leading youngster. al court marched In grand style The flashy, crowd placing Grand ,
.
Dorothy Speight, so graciouslj T prizes were $100 savings bond nil won the 3
paced the stage with dance, thr and trophy to Rodriquez brothers of Mexico of Endurance for grand touring
I a queen; $50
other 4 s J, 1 i yMw burned out two Ferraris and set
members of the cast stood 9 bond and a plaque to first run cue under one Litre In 11i'lllt
motionless in their places with "lap record in a valiant but Abarath
nerup, Arnetha DeWitt; $25 after trailing Stirling
raised torches, while the audience vain effort to triumph as their Moss who
led
bond to( third runnerup, Eloise for throe quartersof
rty second out in the tenth
sat intrigued and fascinatedover s car gave the
Cowart, and certificate and race until his Austin.
such a magnificent performance x charm bracelets to the other hour. Henley ran out of gas, ..
which spelled PERFEC members of the. royal court Stirling Moss, unofficially theworld's Besides a bevy of International j
,
TION. This act won the appro. Gwen Armstrong, Brenda Scott, greatest racing driver., racing greats, other personalitieslisted j
was a rightfully belligerent Briton
val of the Judges who declared In the latter event wereTV'
and Amy Phillips.
when, while leading In the
them first place winners. bounty hunting cowboy
North Dade High Miss Jalbberwock seventh hour he was disqualified Steve
took the was crown. McQueen and Frank Ma.
audience on an imaginary trip to ed by Carolyn Lowe, first runnerup for an infraction' conuntted hours bry of New York, the only Negro .
China as the little children of of 1961. earlier in the race. entrant. I

the village tried to have their Miami alumnae chapter of In Friday's preliminary race, McQueen finished tenth, but I

friend, "Luwong" from destroy ;' r Delta Sigma Sorority, Inc. ex. Pat Plgott of Belllnghan, Wash. regrettably, the overzealous I
ing himself, Many kind deeds Soror Cora A. Culmer presents press deepest gratitude and appreciation I Ington, led all the way with his Mr. Mabry flipped his car on the I
were performed and a variety of first prize trophy and 150 to to Miamians and Dade Lotus 20 In the 25 lap Formula" way to the track reportedly *ufferlng .
acts were presented as ways of Dorothy Speights of Northwest. Countians for loyal support and Tr. event. a fractured collar bone,
expressing their love and devo. ern High School. cooperation. I New Zealander Bruce McLan. which sidelined him on race day,

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Knight Beat April 6 and 13 18 All-expense trips to Jamaica DANCE CATEGORIES

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Letter To The Editor Peace Corps DataAt : : :

PUN PHUN "My; hearty congratulations on Post Office 'I'SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1962 PAGE 7

Dy PHIL OSSOFER the celeb fallen > the National I \
\. Newspaper Publishers Associa. Postmaster E. M. Dunlap 'ad. Royal Twenty ClubThe moved or otherwise have,become
Can one believe in God without tlon of the 135th Anniversary of vises that the post office has re. out of contact are requested'itocall
accepting the Holy Scriptures the founding of Freedom Journal. cently received (shipment of. Royal Twenty Women's III 4.2967 or PL 8.4947
.
? I do not believe so. Many The memberpapers of your as. questionalres and folders explaining Club held Its regular, meeting at for their invitations '
vaccept the idea of a Creator, soclation have made a major : in detail the Peace Corps the lovely home of Mr. and Mrs. The charming hostess, who
while doubting the authenticity contribution to all America. and how applicants may apply Andrew Moore of 6041 SW 63rd prepared a delicious repast: was
of the Holy Scriptures.How i Your 135th Anniversary themeIn for service in the corps. (.t.. South Miami with Its president warmly thanked by Mrs. Ethel
does this prove disbelief The Freedom of The Press Additional information and Mrs. Ermatine Holton, pre Peavy of 372S Washington ave.
in God Well, to truly believe in Rests The Future of Humanityis the Peace Corps Volunteer siding. who will serve as hostess for..\the
Fi God is to obey Him. How can we a challenge to till citizens obtained Questionalres from and folders may be Quest speaker for this meetingwas next meeting. ;'f
the
obey Him if we do not accept everywhere. Secretary Board of Civil Executive Service Rev Father Theodor Gibson Mrs. Ermatine Holton, Pres.Mrs .
His laws Where can we find I who was well received by
reportgrMiami -
.
? Abraham Rlbicoff stltute of Anatomy and Embalmof Ethel Peavy,
the member His
these laws? I message was
Secretary of the Dept. of :. the Main Post Office at 300
Let us say we decide to starta NE 1st'ave.. timely and' Informative.The .
club. Our first objective Is to Health Education and ladles of the club are Times Ads:i; .
make regulations and bylaws Welfare sponsoring their annual dance in "
according to the purpose of the Drive order to aid their phllantrophic '
club we are forming. Naturally, Carefully! efforts. All friends who have Get Fast ResultsDABILIF
would not begin a projectlike
we
this unless we had a defi. needed and that they can be I 7II1f1m'r7l'n'"Ymr'Omr___ ---------- ---.
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found in the Holy Scriptures.
alto purpose in mind whether it
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be for some local ideal or for the Perhaps thoee who do not ac.
betterment of mankind. Next, we cept this are the ones who do ..
would inform those who desireto not understand_ Abe Scriptures.. .. .
belong to our group how the Their spiritual eyes and ears .
organization will operate'through have not been opened. The Scrip
Its by.laws. Each member shouldbe i tures are like a diamond mine.
' acquired aD uthwth .Those lacking spiritual eyes en.
, be acquainted with these by.laws tering this mine, se\ naught but '
so that harmony would exist at 'dirt. Others, entering with their $
all times. spiritual:! eyes wide open, know.
God has created the greatest ing the treasures are there, dig
organization on earth; the king until they uncover the precious
dom of mankind. Would it make gems hidden herein.
sense if He had not let us knowof
the purpose of our creationand Does it not follow therefore,
of His regulations and by. that we cannot truly believe in
laws by which we can best oper. God if we fall to accept His .
ate this organization. The truly teachings which can be found
spiritual know His laws are only in His Holy Books? RESTAURANTAIR

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er and father of Norcrosa, Ga.: THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORID : ,
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' tfURDAY MARCH 31 1962 PAGE
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DEFrancis S ) and a brother. Arrangements ajf
>> Frank Riley of 1600 NW let
court. died March 23. Services Incomplete. '
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were conducted March 28 At Mt. ervi4
"'1 ". Ernest Gillard of 1890
Olivette Baptist Church. He Is Road, Opa Locka, died a*; a rtl!+
survived by two sons, Frank suit of burns March 17 Ares. I
MRS. FLORIE ROLLE of 901 Charles and Hc ea, a sister, Mrs. dent of the Miami area tormotcfthan ; itTij ,
in Alice Williams; a brother Tom 40 years, he Is survived tiy
Flippen Rd. West Hollywood,
and 1on'.in.law.Mrs '
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his wife; Rosa, mother, Kr?.,
died at Jackson Memorial Hospital Louise Miller Jackson of Cora Gllliard three uncles. Ar
on March 23. Funeral ,services 916 NW 2nd court.'dlel In Mt. rangements are Incompl@tp. '
/ will be held at Temple Baptist Sinai Hospital March7. Surviving OX 17959.V 22nd Ave.. and 69th St.
Church on Saturday, March 31, at are hcf'...husbands Arthur'; a Chapel services! for Willie; Cole .
2.00: P.M.. with Rev. L. A. Thompson daugher .Mt' Esafe'Mae Hill; of 10390T SW.: Tfchd sty/terrine
pastor, officiating. Remains son.In.law, Clayton Hill, a "tater, were conducted March 19 with FIRST MIAMI SHOWINGS
will lie in repose at Temple Baptist Mrs. Essie Mae, Hodges and three Rev. J. Murray btr1c1aUns.n 1 'p
Church beginning 7.00: P.M. grandsons Services (vMU be con. survivors include,'tfhls 'widow'
on Friday until funeral time Saturday ducted at' 4' p:: n. ai tft. Olivette Mabel, a son, Wints' ; two'sisters,
Survivors include an aunt, Baptist Chufctt She will be on two brother*,' two: grandchildren
Mrs. Lillian Archer; two sisters, view in the chapel from 1 p.m.. and an uncle, WileyCole of Rich
Mrs. Beatrice Rolle and Mrs. Eva Friday., mood Heights.: ,- : ,
Delancy; 10 nieces and eight, )neph Willie James
Sellers of 1208 i Mm. Ida Washington who cameto
ews. 'NW 5th ave., died March 14 at Miami 30 years ago from
EMANUEL SIIERMAN, of 420 home. He was sent to Fayette. the Bahamas, died March 20. S ..
N.W, 9th St., Apt, 12, died at his vUe} ; N. C. March 17 for services Services will be held Friday at 2'
home on Tuesday,. March,27.. Funeral and burial. His survivors are two pm. in the Opa' Locks chapel.
arrangements arc incomplete. daughters, Mesdames: T3easle She Is survived only by a'friend,
Survivors include his wife, Lois; Hayes; of Savannah Ga., and Mrs., Eunice Lines, with whom
six daughters, "Audrey, Loretta, Lillie Mae Murray of Springfield she, lived at 207ft All Baba ave.
Patricia Ann, Shirley, Marion and Gardens, N.Y. Funeral eervlcei! for Mrs. An.nte '.-
Elease; one' brother! Boysie'; and James' Williams,of 2649 NW Eliza Thompson who lived
two sisters. 46th st., .died March 15. Surviv. for many years at 816 NW 3rd:
ing are wife, Ethel, a son, James, ave., died March 13 at. 226.: NW
David Wilcox of 17419 Home a daughter, Mrs. Edna May, ',a 10th, St., where she had recent. 1 4II
stead ave., Perrine, died at his sister, Mrs. Ozell Bell and five ly moved, were conducted March
home on March 14. Funeral ser. brothers Oscar, Johnnie, Jeze. 20 in the chapel. Rev Emory
vices were held at the' chapel on bell, Moses and Lindsay. Services Jackson officiated, She had. no
Thursday, March 22 at 2:30 will be conducted Saturday, 2 Immediate survivors
p.m. Survivors include his mtoh. p.m. at the Church of Christ, Ralph Hart, of 16000 NW 17th
father, Mitchell, two daughters, lie will be in repoce in the chap.. March 20. Ha leaves his widow,
two brothers- Louis and Ophie a el from Friday afternoon. Eula, three daughters, Mrs.
a sister, Mrs. Lillie Mae Potts. David Walker who resided at Bernice Chandler,. Janet and Re-
158% NW 8th St., died In South nee Hart two sister and three .
eastern. State hospital. March 16. brothers. Arrangements are In 3
Dudley Baker of 581 NW
% He It&vea his widow, Rosa, moth. complete.
14th st. died on March 16. Ser. I .,
vices will be held in the chapel
an. March 24 at 2:30: p.m. with {aI _
Rev Aaron D. Hall officiating.The ,

chapel body Friday will afternoon.be on view Survlv.In the Gospel Meeting April 113 ,

ors include his wife, Willie Mae, ;
a sister Mrs. Justine Broxton. I
54th Street Church. Christ

"" Mabel Golden of 14820
1485 N.W., 54th STREET
P'' rca et., Richmond Heights. -g ,

(1"l 1 March 1 G. Services were ;F. O. White will be, doing the preaching. Congregational
lit :
Id at St. Agnes Episcopal METRO.COLDWYN.MAYER .....""n
Church on March 22 Survivors singing services each week night at 745
Include p.m.
a daughter, Mrs. Mary EVA MARIE
Hudson. '
:
Sunday at 6100 p.m. erystory
t ofearhtor
Mrs. Irene Williams of 1437 NO DENOMINATIONAL DOCTRINE WILL BE boy1! SAINT

NW 6th court, died March 16. PREACHED ONLY THE GOSPEL OF CHRISTNO .
Services were:held 'it N ,V'Providence ; manhoodand
Missionary Baptist] Churchon ',NIGHTLY COLLECTIONSCOME 'a WARREN
March 21 Rev. C. J. Burney woman s
officiating Survivors include 2 dailra
daughters, Mrs Lillie Mae Hoi 11- ALL WELCOMEAMATEUR for FATTY
day and Mrs. Annie Mae Doyle; oval
a sister Mrs. Josephine Holmes; a

brother grandchildren Wylle; Sherrod, four. EXCITING KARL


of NIGHT ENTERTAINMENT/ADULT MAIDEN
Eugene Burney 10133 Jet.
tenon ave.,, Perrine drowned on
March 17. Arrangements are In.
complete. Survivors include hi" smother
and a sister Beginning Thursday, April 12



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- - : Chicken Scratch that they are THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

going to t peat it this 'Week nd. I PAGE 10 SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1962
They'll ,give live chicken to the
winders, again If you know hoW
to do the Pig, Connie would 'moat

Around MIa nil likely, give,.you ,'a.,pig,Cor a ,prize. Caribbean, European, Miami


r Knight IF :YOU Beat couldn't last 1tt: get.ke1\d'' into while the Travel Movies Sun. At YMCA t I ':;

a By DAVE BONDU the 'Driftemwere Appearing
there, just think that'll happen The public Is invited to spend travel.
I this weekend when the Glas Sunday afternoon viewing some

>1; ..UriI'UU- ... -------- --- presents Areatha Franklin whois exciting ace n e s of Jlfe and A detailed movie showing offabu.loU
f making her first Miami appearance places In the countries of Europe, Miami resorts will be
THH ANNOUNCER'S voice WDIA and saw my ole buddy, Beat. screened Including' all the Interesting .,
at the Knight the exciting Caribbean island
comes over the P. A. system say. Nat D. Williams. He has been things that visitors
Music by Frank 'ChickenScratch" resorts and the wonderland of
ing, "Delta RC-8 Jet passenger disc Jockey there for 14 years. should see and residents should
'Dubois and a complete Miami at four o'clock
fight 845 now boarding at gate Also saw Martha Jean Steinberg, our own know more about in their own
4 for Atlanta. ,All 'Aboard, the disc Jockey and glamoruj show. Sunday at the YMCA, corner of home town.
please" So I gather my belong. model. From Detroit we saw NW 58th at. and 16th ave.

ings and get on this, fire'million Kelly Sullivan, a true sportsmanand Jazzy Red, the miracle ''man, At this time Mrs. Mayme Williams No charges or fee will be askedat
dollar plane to find that I'm the dapper dresser.. 'From St. who is upsetting this 'town with travel consultant for anytime. This is a YMCA
only passenger on this flight. Louis that Regal Estate executiveNat his ideas at the EntertainersClub North's Travel Bureau will show sponsored program for the ex.
Jordon Lady golfer Lillian of the Club MI tells me he's of enlightening,
Can you imagine me at 4 a.m., ; pictures and talk and answer press purpose +
being the only passenger on this Wood and Anna Brown of Chi got a helluva show for this week questions: about people and cus. entertaining and educating. I.;:'
Most of outbreaks were in end starring Jo.Ann plus Bill 01
four cago.
huge Jet to Atlanta? The toms of her most recent Euro.pean'tour. .
hostesses really kidded me a beer place called the "Big M". Robinson and His Quails and a i .
about having a "chartered It 1? owned by Melvin ,Bonds and funny comedian called Flash LIVE ON THE 1JKACII
plane." it was the first time I have seena Hal Ferguson will supply the Charles North, through cour We know what it means to make
'
Atlanta at 6:30 beer Joiut so swanky that It musical. /background and Jazzy, tesyof Pan American world Air. the best of your one site off.
We arrived in Red will do the M. C. honors. alto at the SATELLITE
and when I landed I was greet. had wall to wall carpeting ways, will show a 15 to 20 minute Thursday
Representativewho and stereo music.I movie film of life and peoplein LOUNGE is just the means to
ed by stated a Special that this was the could go on forever, but I'd C. C. NORTH of North's Tra.. the exciting Caribbean Is. that end. Continuous entertainment
Delta's history they better quit while I'm ahead. vel Bureau will be the guest lands. every rite of the week.
first time in However I would like to thank Miami's Most Intimate Lounge.
YMCA
speaker at the Family
have had one passenger on a !Mr. North will tell and answer I SATELLITE
Harry Markowitz for his fine Forum. this Sunday and willshow
I
jet that was not chartered. arrived any questions with regards to 0222 N.W. 7th Ave.
oxperatlon in helping ue get
in Memphis at 10:30 ; movies on travel in the
where I caught a cab and pro. letters, film and other materials Carribean. Mrs. Mayme Williams
convention ball of along with other help he gave will also ,show pictures of her trip
ceeded to the Everybody bad a swinging time RUPTURE HECTAL
bringing this wonderful affair to
to Europe. This affair promises to
the United Golfers Association.The Johnny Lomelo of the King DISEASES
our city. As a reward for this ef. be Interesting and for
very
first person I met was forts, the UOA has selected the pleasant afternoon we a 0' Hearts is pulling hard for Office, Treatment, Low
suggest
Kendrix of Coca.Cola; thenU. candidate Jim DeCoursey who is
Moss Hampton' House for their head that attend. Cost. Free Examination
G. A. president, Howard An. quarters for the convention and you running for Constable in District DH. LONG'S CLINIC :'
demon and chairman of the plan. the Nationals.A 1. He sea Jim was a DetectiveSgt. .1545 SW 1st St.
ning committee Frank >tte. WELL, TilE streets .Are being *n the force, but had to resign FIl 3.2748
Late Saturday afternoon the paved. The streets between 15th his post for the election. I
Par and Birdie Club of Miamiwas LOT OF GOOD music and and 17th ayes, from 62nd to'' guess we all must sacrifice a
accepted in the UGA and the dancing Is yours this weekend at 70th ats will be paved soon. This little to Live Life, Every Golden j
delegate (,me) was seated After the Hampton House where you'llbe project has been accomplished by Minute of it. PEACE. I Drive Carefully!
a break, extended an invitationto 1 highly entertained by Bill our Sepia Mayor Charlie Hadley
the UOA to 'Miami, for 1963 Gaddy and his combo. The lounge I and our Editor, Garth Reerea.
from the Par and Birdie Olub. will have some fine entertain.. Thank you gentlemen for a Job
reading the letter of invitation ment to brighten up the roo.a.' well done for it is something that STAR MEAT MARKET
from us; letter from Gov. Farris Last week, Brunswick Star, Lin. really needed to be done and is
}" Byrant, Mayor Robert King High, da Hopkins really sang her a fine civic move.

t p City Manager Melvin Reese, Pub. heart out. The week promises to
llclty Director Lew Price and be something special The QUICK :NOTE DEPT: Mrs! 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
the Hampton House. fabulous entertainer Earl Grant Maude Reid kidding Northwest.

k I then showed movies of the Is vacationing at the Hampton ern Principal Sam Cohen about
p City of Miami supplied by Lew House. hitching a ride because he hada
Price and the "Torch of Frend.' flat tire and couldn't get to

ship". movie from the Hampton NCF Luncheon at the Hampton THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
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Every delegate was more Scratch" Is now
Boy of the Week: Schoolboy, in the record .
than pleased by the presentation.That shbps. Go buy one
Strachan Man About Town
evening at the banquet, I : and do the 'chicken!scratch at
William Harris (Satellite( home Fresh
was informed by the new preei. besides, he needshe : Meat-Low 'Prices
Happy
of
Couple the Week: Mr. ,
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The
money Benefit
Maxwell Stan.
detn of the UGA, and Mrs. Thomas Bannister. Show at
ford that Miami would be host to Mays High School was the ,end.
the next meeting on. March 23,
.,
1963 and the National Tourna. ...THE SATELLIE Lounge hada
ment played August 19.23, tremendous affair again last
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will be the host club. I vin Anderson prepared really
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On Sunday the delegates votedon left in a hurry. One hundred and
Miami against six other cities sixty orders and it was all free.
who had bid for these affairs. Dottie and Mop Dudley really
Well, I met very'nice people like rocked the house. Chef sez, that BONDEDRENTAL
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Woods, Dr. this Sunday It will be a mouth s.
H H Johnson, Pro Golfer Rob. watering ham dinner free, and
ble Wright, Reuben Horne 'whois they open at 1 and swing all day
a precinct captain from Chi. till ;'.7 p.m. Then Monday night '
cago and his Mom and Dad; his Blue Monday, eo go by and see
brother, Dr Arthur Home; what is heppenlng at the Sattl.
Southeastern District President, lite lounge on 7th ave., between
S. L. Hall of Nashville; Mrs. 62nd and 63rd sts. -1
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1KINGTHE. THE SWING IS TO THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA'

I SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1962 PAGE 11

CRUSADE FOR u
VOTERS ;

Crusade for Voters under tie IN AND AROUND THE BAHAMAS J

SIfo RTS WORLD OVER direction Of lit Advisory Cora '
., mittee (Neal Adams, Father ...!'<>.t!C4-5aaJ- --'- - - J \9 1
,/ ",,,, Theodore R. Gibson, Dr. George
: I looting fish floated .
i\, f { 1b:1i 1\ Charlee Dr. Clarence What to do with the Crown A monstrous -/
Green Hadley
" .<';: : 'f"'..': "i''" By LEO B. ARMBRISTER ,Hogan Sumner ,Hutcheaon Land in the Bahamas had a &oodelrlng into Nassau harbor dead on "'
,
t, the afternoon of March 16. The
el" In the House of Amenably
r GaCa a Daaaaa&A- Jr.,)Otis Is James concluding Clarence one Patter of tbe on March 16. Some of the legislator "critter" was 3 feet, 7 inches
- son contended that in the past long, 6 feet 14 inches wide and
"
: moat successful voter registration
111,, "rWZEtFIGHTI\G SURROUND. Bowllrife 1 hot and torrid 'at I drives In the history of Dade some of the Crown Land in the weighed about 400 pounds. Rob.
,KD'INfSHAMK! AND SORROWs this stage with every delivery County. Out Islands were given away for ert Hanlon, science teacher at
o Ni having a bearing on the final This week and the following little or nothing. Others say St. Augustine's College, retrlev.ed .
i Prlzelfflghtlng which has been outcome of the teams standing.As week Crusade for Voters cara. that time has past. Cyril Steven. It from the ..ea and identified
carrying a disgraceful shadow of a result of this fast pace there van will swing into hUh gear in son (PLP) said that a delega. it as an Ocean Sim Fish or mola
'jrecJceteering: and Other dU p- have been some very excellent the downtown area under he tlon should be sent to Englandto mola. Apparently, this was a
prong associations for several games bowled in the pan week. direction of Charles Hadley, un. demand that the Crown Land young one *s the full-grown
tyear !was hauled onto the car.& would reach a
official Mayor of Miami but be handed over to the Bahamas Ocean Sun Fish
|pet":afaln this past week 'as"a re. Stands nora lost our Government.An length of 10 feet and would
I 1. News U 1 f Mayor in the Northwest area,
.ultlof the murderous beating Realty 34 weigh over a ton. It was takento
.
2. 12th Frame Hi Hata 46 35 who handles the community It'
iBenny Paret took In trying to the St. Augustine's. Musdum
defend' his title against! Emlle 3. Hagan and Fonda 45& :a:5 ft lations for Crusade for Voters.A American seaman, Elijah where Mr. Hanlon has made
{Griffith in New York's Madison 4. Hot Shoppe 413k it I9!)14: concentrated effort will be Sholtz has been missing since further studies.
[Square Garden. 6. Wilson Rentals 41 '40 made to take the Crusade mee.sage March 3. Sholtz, who was !,an
6. Am. Furn. TV 41 '41 to the thousand* of unregistered oiler on the dredger Two Broth. for
(L its conceivable of
,;) hardly thathumanity The de lot
voters in that No
area. la to have left the
Cate era, reported
7. St. dair's 40
?, ;41 Road development
,,) would knowingly ar. individual land in his Soldier
} single has ina
contributed vessel and to have ashore
gone
8.
Olympics 3D 42
'range or stand Idly by and signed by L. WaltoDYOUD&
; per.t was
,' na much In time effort and mon.cy dinghy to buy cigarettes at
9. EAL Falcons 35146
'
mSt such a savagely act to 'be'committed as a gift to the widow and
the 'Even
"Mayor. though
as Nassau. The dinghy was found
10. The 30 51
yet Paret is at toe Independents children of the late Local Constable .
many many persons are a part drifting but he has not been
|point of death and even if lie James Terry's 240 scratch! ia of this drive we would like to seen since. The police are mak. James Adderley who was
[lives"will be a career-broken no. still the league's highest pahie take this opportunity to thank ing investigation.Four murdered recently in the line of
[body forever. Mr. Young insisted that
runners-up to this are Cecil Nix.on's Mr. Hadley for his contributionsto duty
|The blame for this disgraceful) 238 and Sam McDaniel's this drive and specially thank agentd of the Maritime the lion. Etiennle Dupuch be
imaeacre: of a heretofore good him for the part he plays In the Life Assurance Co. were given. the sole trustee' and established
[aport cannot be pin-pointed place 235.Cecil Nixon's 829 for a tbre*. placing of the books in the va. prizes Friday night March 15, a trust so that the property can.
not be disposed of until the
there are so many characters game ,scratch leads the league rlous areas. as winners In a contest held last
[and factors leading up to the with Eddie Thorpe 611 and Ki.: The regular Sunday meeting Chrl9tm They are Erskine youngest child reaches ner ma.
[total night of the fight. nest Hayes 608 holding the sec. will be held at 6182 NW 17th Wells, Long Island representative Jorlty.An .
has of.
,Casting the blame will deb. ond and third spots respectively. I ave, at 5.30 p.m. Plan to attend ; George Clarke, Raleigh engineering company
the land free of
fered to
t| nnd bring a friend. We need your survey
a ly not work any miracles In Francis and Winston Davis :of charge and others have promii.
Jltttoring the physical condition NorthwesteernSeniors !I help. ____ Nassau. The presentation was ed to contribute material and
[o<;Paret, but because there is so i made at the office on Blue Hill service. More than 13,000 al.
['M1Ich controversy as to why it all I Personal Mention Road. ready had been given in dona
SponsorCar
Mme about. Knowing a little:'of
Mrs. M. Athalle Range, ownerof tlons.
w pent up feeling of both fight. the Range Funeral Home ar. The construction business con. _
[:.M previous to the big bout may WashThe rived in Miami last Thursday lnues: on the Increase. During They gave to t h, flh. Almost .
jMilp to render a decision In your night from the New England In. the first two months of this year two dozen soda bottle fill.
[personal opinion. seniors of Northwestern Institute of Anatomy and Embalming -. permits were issued for 146 ed with taffia were emptied to
|ln many competitive sports, are sponsoring a car wash on on her 10.daysprlng va. buildings at an estimated cost :of the fish on March 13 by Customs'
[{performers have a way of accel. March 31 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. cation. She leaves Saturday for 2441474.( At the same, time o;leers. The "stuff" was seized
crating their performance by in front of the school. return to her classes. last year the figures were 106 at Nlcoll's Town, Andros, 'Wht'rePrud
[ wilding up a little mental hate.- Cars will be washed. for only buildings and 1633436. In Homme Dominique a Hal.
[team against the opponent; this $1.00. II Mrs. Louise I). CummIngs and February this year there were 76 tlan attempted to smuggle It.
ffcild manner of hating has sel. The seniors are working to daughter, Elizabeth of Phlladel. permits as against 46 for 1961. Dominique was convicted and
[torn been harmful but as was In present the school with a neon phia are in the city visiting their fined, $280.More .
the case of Orifflth-Paret whore lighted marquee which will be sick brother and uncle, Elbert C. What's Hemet A commit. than three thousand
[both factions Indulged in public erected. Dazzell of 6528 NW 14th court. tee was appointed In the House members and spectators IIred
[name calling and other hate Anyone unable to bring his car Her sister-in-law, Mrs Jonell of Assembly on March 15 to the Western EaspJanade Sunday
bullder.upe, this obviously was to be washed may call PL 4.5491 Dazzell celebrated her birthday consider the advisability 'of afternoon, March 18, as the
[to the extreme.A and have hid car picked up by a March 25. changing the name of Hog Island Church of God of Prophesy held
hard and bitter licensed driver. The car will be .ervlc- Twenty-five
lesson has to Paradise Island. In the misty baptism "
I been learned we hope that ,it returned within an hour. NOTICE!It I past when!! hogs were raised at candidates were Immersed by
Iwlll' \ never be forgotten, not only Sponsor of the project I Is Mr. You don't haveto; wait for the the island the name was good Bishop Alvin Moss Colonial
tin Bennie M&ore, who Is class gift weebwnd to'catdi the crowd at of the Churcn. The
boxing but in all tports., Re. enough but In recent years It lias Overseer
(memberlng that no sport is bet. committee chairman. the Satellite It'. every nlteYou'll been transformed Into one of the 60. le-ce band of the church
ter than the manner in which he Bernestine McKhow and like ItfSATELLITE most beautiful places In the Col. played lively music which should
f,playa the game. tha Marshall are members cort.1 LOUNGE ony. Gone are the hog. 1 have tempered the chilly wlndr .
committee. 0222 N.W. 7th Ave. for the candIdates.

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Ohio and then the distinction of JOE SCOTT
being the fourth team in the
history of the NCAA to win ,the AUTHORIZED FACTORY TV REPAIR CO., Inc.
title back to back, and to give 923 N.W. 62nd STREET PL 1.8381TURF
the opposing teams of next year
something to think about, bur r
of the terrifying Bearcats will be
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Paul Hogue. whose dazzling
performance won him tbe Most
Valuable Player award will be .Haase j
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA, -" CARD OF THANKSThe IN'r MEMORIAL In'Appreciation.",.. (. J.

PAGE 12 SATURDAY, MARCH 11ti962: j Family of the Late la Loving Memory of a The family of Mrs. Dora Marksof

,,\ --. .a! ....1MI ,IL Dear Aunt MonVicella, Ga. acknowledge

_..""I,' r l l lwM MR$. ANNA NORJHUP with sincere appreciation your
who departed this life comforting expression of sympa.

1 \ April 4, 1959) thy. .
CARDS ..
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r :lMEMORIAlSP ,
Gone but' not forgotten. Mrs. Ollie Robb
... r MAMIE I ILTO f Niece: And Family
I I And., FRIENDS of 'New Rochelle

: : N. Y.jmd Miami,
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IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn Florida. CARD OF THANKS

I Sad but of "
In Memory of Our Dear One Loving Memory ; We the family of the late

'IN ME.MO.RIAM:

I In Sad Remembrance'of Our

I + w Beloved Son and Brother
yr4 RAYMOND-- K: BAIN

who departed this life

\\aa March 30, 1961
-4 MRS. MtNNIE LENORA Now the labour's task is o'er,
SEYMOUR Now the battle diy is past.
3 4 takes this opportunity to thank Now upon the Father shore PW

tho many friends who were so Lands the voyage at last.
kind to them during,, their hour of Father in Thy gracious! keeping;
Y bereavement, Leave mo noW our loved one '
Special thanks are due to theM

REV. J. N. BYRD S. Allen Funeral Home, Ste sleeping.Sadly missed by .was v
who passed away March 26, 1959 I. phens Funeral Home of West Palm TIIE'FAMILY ?d"

May the God of peace be'with you, Beach, Francis Funeral 'Home and. .._,
MRS. J. N. BYRD, Wife; Mrs. Johnnie M. Moulton, Director
MRS: MARY BYRD, Mother. of.the Lakeland Funeral Home
Special thanks are also due the DEATHS
neighbors of N.W. 5th Ave. and

CARD OF THANKS the neighbors of N.W 68th Ter.
and 69th St. on 13th Ave.

The Family of the Late j A very special thanks to the
pastor, Rev. Mickins, Deacon Jones Richardson .
w and the members of the Mt.
,\, _.,---_.._----, Olivette Baptist Church who were Robert Lee Reese of 1076-A

,}", t HENRY N. CLARKE, Sr. so death.( faithful during her illness and He NW leaves 54th Bt.to, died mourn on March a wife 21,,.I ..REV. SOLOMON ROSCO

who departed this life And finally to all of you who Edythe Elane two daughters, his McKIVER, JR.

March 21, 1958 sent flowers, telegrams, cards and' parents, Mr and Mrs. Lindsay
whose life expired January 10,
The sorrows of death compassed made your cars available we are Reese, a step father, Johnnie
1962, take this as one of the
{, US. most grateful.For Stacey three brothers, six sis.
We found much sorrow. Then J your sympathetic .understanding tern, ,a grandmother, a. sister in. ministers methods ,to churches express to and the many many

i called and help we are most law niece, .six aunts, four uncles. faithful friends for their
f Upon the name of the Lord. grateful and pray God's bountiful Services were held at' the chapelon many
cards flowers letters, donations
,
Lj 0, Lord we beseech Thee, deliver I blessings on all of you. I Wednesday, March 2$ with care, telegrams and all other
ap.
I our souls, I THE FAMILY. Rev. 0. E. Turner officiating
preciative gestures during their
Gracious is the Lord and righteous; -
hours of bereavement.
I Rufus 'Sheppard, better known
Our God is merciful. CARD OF THANKSThe aa "Papa Tree Top Tall" died Special thanks to St. Mark

May he Rest in Peace March 28. He leaves a wife, Irene Baptist Church members, St.
Family of the Late
MRS. VERA CLARKE, Wife; Y Melson.. Funeral arrangement John Baptist Church, Rev. Thed-

MRS. ELOYCE CLARKE .., are incomplete. ford Johnson, the Ministers'
c ', ,
r JENNINGS, Daughter; 4. Council, Ministers' Wives, Rev.
p HENRY N. CLARKE, Jr., c_ Mrs* Mary Payton of 325 NW W. F. Tanner Sr., for his spec.
Son; N- rh r 7th st., apt: 5-died March 23. tat eulogy and to the House of
DODRIDGE CLARKE, She leaves to mourn( her hus. Albert for its efficient cervices.

Brother. band,. Douglas of West Palm To all of you we are sincerely
Beach, four'' aunts, Mrs. Lena and deeply grateful.
IN MEMORIAM' Dell Snead of St. Petersburg, There la an open .door at the
MRS. HAZEL SANFORD Mrs. Patsy Jane McPhatter of end of the road through which
SINGLETONwho t Fayettevllle, N.C., Mrs. Beatrice each must go alone and there la
In sad but loving memory of departed this life February Scott of Sanford; three uncka, a light' we cannot see, where our
my dear sister, 21 takes this method of Lacy Herring of Fayetteville, Father claims Ills own.
___'un".u' ,_",uunu.n..__..,_.."""'..,, ,__,Un__" expressing Robert Dangfleld and Sidney
its sincere thanks and apprecia
Scot t of Sanford Mrs Elzent The Family
ion for the many kind gestures of
Funeral services
Jones of Matnl.
sympathy shown during its sad
will be held in St. Petersbu on
hours. Range
Monday, April 2 with McRae e e e
Special thanks to the Vent John
Funeral Home In
charge.
E. Culmer, of St. Agnes Episcopal Rudolph Davis of 1221 NW

F Y Church, and tho Richardson Funeral Walter Thomas of West Palm 6th ave., Florida City, died on
Home for their kind and efficient
!. March 23 lIe is
1'' a Beach, died In the V. A. Hospital survived by his
services. A very special on March 24, He Is survivedby mother, Mrs. Ethel Mae Davis,
amount of gratitude to all of the
a wife Merle of West Palm his father. Gilbert, three sisters,
wonderful neighbors on N.W, 6th Beach. Services were held in the three brothers. Service! will te
Ct. Again, thanks to everyone for chape 1 on Tuesday, M&rcu 27 held Saturday March 31, 11

every thing. MR.. NATHANIEL GORDON' The body was shipped to McRae a.m. In Shiloh Baptist Church In
ALPHONZA SINGLETON, Funeral Home for internment. Homestead.. Mr. Davis I h now in
Husband; who passed away on March 7, and repose in the chapel and will be
TANGELA SINGLETON, was laid to rest on March 17, on view in the church from 9 a.m.
Daughter; wishes to express its sincere thank Mrs. Sarah Ellen White of Saturday.
MR. AND MRS. THOMAS and appreciation to the many relatives 1984 NW 6th aYe:, died on
NEWBOLD, Parents; neighbors and friends who March 27 She leaveaa, husband Mrs. Lucille Baker of 140 NW
Three Brothers One Sister, were so kind during its hours of William White, two daughters, 17th tt.. died March 25. She is
w Two Aunts Two Uncles, bereavement. Thanks for your Mrs. Estelle Wilcox of Santa survived by her husband, Tom. a
One Niece, and Three many cards, letters, telegrams Anna, Cal., Mrs. Thelnu Brown daughter, Mrs. Mae Willie
1 Nephew I flowers, cars and all other kindgestures of Miami a son, Willie Earl of Staptaton' three sisters! Mesdames -

I of sympathy.' Special Miami, a grand daughter, Ear. Mickey Brad'ey, Alice
I thanks to Rev. N. F. Clarke, Rev.L. nestine Wilcox of Calif., two Perkins and Laura Mae ColIn! ;

_ro .......__ IN MEMORIAMIn A. Thompson the entire memo brothers, Murry Mouzone of three brothers. Robert, Ernest
bership of St. Matthews Baptist Summerton S. C. and James and Freddie Williams, a grand.
ANNIE WILLIAMSwho loving memory of our dear Church, Longshoremen of Miami Nelson of Miami nieces and daughter, Sharon Cooper, anda
departed this life March 24 wife and mother, end Fort Pierce and to the Francis son-in-law, Fred Stapleton.
Including Richard Bal.
1961. ---.......-- Funeral Home for untiring ser. lard.nephews Services will be held on Services will be held Saturday:
May she rest in peaee."There'C3 vice May God's richest blessing March .31 3
s. I Friday at 4 p.m. at Greater p.m. at St. Paul
an open gate ablda with you all. Bethel AME Church with) Rev S. AME Church, Rev. M. J. Fay.
At the end of the road MRS. ELCENA GORDON, Wife; 'do 'offlcfatlng. Mrs.
Baker I U
A. Cousin, officiating. The body on
Through which each must go, <> and FAMILY.. view in the chapel.
will be shipped' to Summertoinfetr She will be
alone ...._. .
iq rC'poseJ
& the church from
interment 7
There is a light we cannot see CARD 'OF 'THANKS a.m. Saturday until time of fun.
Our Father claims His own;
George Allen of 1746<< NW 2nd I eral. ,
Beyond the gate your loved one 'The Family ol,the Late
court, died March 22. He is survived -
Finds happiness and rest Mrs Gertrude Davis of 2385:
MRS. IRENE WILLIAMSwho
And there is comfort in the crJ by an uncle, James Carol, Bunche Park West idled
thought J departed'' this life March 16, two aunts, Mrs. Nora Carrey and March 28 at her home.Drive She!

That Almighty God knows best. wishes to thank the many friends I Mra. Ella McClarln, cousins\ !in. survived by three Cnushtorv' Is,
Mrs. Edna Davis, sister and neighbors for their numerous I eluding Mrs. Inn Lemon land a Mesdames June Davis
expressions of sympathy and deedsof host of other relatives. Services Mary
Mr. Asa Williams Covington
brother and
Jones
Ruby
two
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Mrs. Clyde Williams elster : kindness exemplified during were held in the chapel on Wed. sons, Mack and
Jake two
Y t i their desparirig' hours of, .bereavement nesdiy, March 28 at 3 p.m. with Mrs. Clara Nixon and Mrs.kteterr Willie
the Rev Thedford Johnson of
IN MEMORIAMIn "': < \":i' !'." :, :'(+ e' if Special thanks to Rev. C. J. St. John Baptist .
t .. '' .... Burney and the Francis Funeral ting. The body was shipped to

.,.<."l...... I Home for gracious service ren.I McRae Funeral Home, St. .Peters...
L .Sad but Loving Memory of : I dered. burg for Interment. United ChurchWomen .
My Dear Husband ,,, : THE FAMILY. '.
MR. LEON DAVIS 'r : i I Herbert Taylor" of*124 IT NW to MeetThe
; ;. 2' I 3rd are., died at Jackson Hospital
who
departed this life : ... IN MEMORIAM United Church Women of
March 21, 1959I on March 125. .He .(eaves a Greater Miami will hold their
do not need a special day, In Memory of Our Dear Mother, wife, Addle, three' daughters first meeting in this section
Mra. Rebecca Palmer of Charles
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To bring you to my mind .MRS. CLEO .W. BROWN Wife and Grandmother TJ ursday April S at Mt. Zion
The days I do not think of. you, who departed this life April 1, MRS. HESTER ROBERTSwho ton Miami, S., two C.. Dorothy grand children Catterfde,"Jacqueline of. Bjptlst Church beginning at 8:20
Are hard to find. departed this life
very 1961. There will be a coffee tip. All
Like falling leaves the years drift Now the laborer's tai* is o'er March SO 1960 und, Reginald. Services are invited to participate.The .
by, Now .the battle day Is past at Key West, FloridaMay will ,be held Saturday greater .. open monthly meeting

But the memory of you will neverdie Now upon i the farther shore, she rest in peace and may with Bethel the AME Rev Church S A. at CoiuLa 2:30 off p.ft. will begin at 10 a.m. All pastors
; Lands the voyager at last, light perpetual shine upon her. and women of church auxiliaries
'In my heart yott will always stay, Father .in thy gracious: keeping ARNOLD.ROBERTS. elating, are invited! to attend. This II an
,Loved and remembered every day. Leave we now thy servant sleep. Husband; Infant Boy Calhoun die Sadly missed. ing. HANSEL ROBERTS. Son; March 21. Oravesl4 fervlcVs ahkious;bat oer.,yornen attend
MRS. ELVINA DAVIS, Wife; John Z. Brown, husband DELPHINE and ANTHONY war held ,In ,Ewgreea Cdu'. sirs: :1..1.1> on, chairman and
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LOVELY CHURCH in Northwest LIVE ON TUB IIEACH ..
r section. Surrounded by nice homes Wo know what it means to make 1:1:
Classified this church seats over 300 peoplein I A the best of your one nlte off.
the sanctuary and will accommodate 0 Thursday rite at the SATELLITE
over 400 in the lovely educa Trammel} Memorial/ LOUNGE Is Just the means to
tional building. Ph. NE 44782 or that end. Continuous entertainment
TV 7066a. every nlte of the week.
FOR RENT Real Estate School Allam!'. Most Intimate Lounge.. 4
South of 54th St.
RNISIIED 2-bedroom house. 1501 N.W. 43rd ST. Bargain! See SATELLITE
ing\ room, dining room, kitchen, today. Very large 3-bedroom 2- Now enrolling for class. *'* No closing costs 0222 N.W. 7th, Are .
ida room 836 N.W. 65th St. bath, plus cottage that rents for ( "
po PI 8-0792. $65.00 month. Total 14000.'Terms.BenKori beginning No qualifying .
Realtor, 2644 N.W.tend APRIL 3 1962 \ $ISO CASH $75 MO. V
OM HOUSE with water, $13.00 St. Nites PL 9-5533, days OX'1-9372 $995 Down 3-bedroonis with jalousied :
I cck. 450 N.W. 8th St. FR 92110. Da County's and Florida'!*. first
3 6 PER WEEK. Unfurn. 6rOOt1louse. GOOD USED household furniture.Gas Race Real Date School. Otanpe.: New custom built 3-bedroom porch. Near NW 46th St.
newly painted. 2229 N.W. stove, two single beds, couch. tent instructors added, according 2 bath CBS. Built in No qualifying. Call to see.
liOth St., rear. III 6-1266. one chair, etc. A bargain. '' 353 I ,; : : oven, walk in closets
range" -0-
to enrollment needs. :
N.W. 16th St., Apt. B.lit :
ROOM in nico homo located In .i' and utility room. Near
DOWN $76 MO.
In'e8t. $1,300
[ a career for a life UnitCall -
quiet residential neighborhood. Inquire 1326 N.W 42nd ST. See today 2. everything
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PAYS ALL
by phone, PL 8-8362 after! 5 bedroom, beautifully furnished, air 759.5221 for informa- >,
.. pm. Week dAys after 10 a.m. conditioner carporte, $350 down, 1408 N.W., 45th St. ':
Saturday: and\ Sunday.KlCEt total 10500. ,Ben-$(ori. Realtor, I tlon CE 5-4246 evenings $295 down $69 Mo. 2-bedroom with jalousied l

CLEAN RooM. All h stivilegel. 2644 day!N.W OX 62nd 372 tot' Nites' PL 9-5533, Mm. Olfl D. Taylor I re ident. No closing costs porch. Carporte, rear fenced -
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Couplo 01' slngld man. and owner. No qualifying yard. No qualifying.

Phond NE 5-5283, P LARGE .3->edioo iohi. $11,800, 4208 N.W. 7th Ave., Very nice 2-bedroom on Drive by and see then call

ROOM with private bath for nice FHA; $76.16 monthly $090 doWn. large lot with carport. Total -e __ ;
Corner lot. 1351 N.W. 40th St Miami 37 FU.
person. Call evenings. Sat. and : i
$8,350. DOCTORS, TEACHERS ,
Sun. OX 1-3827. GOING Colored. Liquor Bar and ,
Package Store including sale of LAWYERS
Licensed Florida Real! EalrttO t ,
2-BEDROOM HOUSE, 1136 N.W. property. Same owner 16 years. by Custom built beauty. A 3-
67th St. Close, to Holmes Elem. For details phone OX 19852.Apr. Commission. Our motto: Training 1395 down $74 Mo. bedroom, 2 bath CBS with j

Call OX 1-3623. --- for immediate and future services No closing; costsbedroom rla.. room, air conditioned,

ROOM. Hot and cold wafer Call 1101 N.W. 40th,ST. Seo today. 3 RUth jour abdication! in person 3. CBS. Jalousied un porch hardwood floors, f
PL 7.3247, Mrs. Barbcs.HOUSli. bedroom, -large CD'S. A beauty, 'Be a First"or porch, oak floors, FHA call for appointment. ]
with extra mdster bedroom by telephoneFOR mortgage. I
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;. Water will be cut on Ben-Kori Realtor; 2644 N.W. 62rid; j
811 N.W.5th Ct. Phone NE 43177. St Nites PL 9-5533, days OX 1-9372. We arrange financing also ]i
W. have many others. Callor l
n BEAUTIFUL l.U1. ROOM, prl- 11 visit TRIO REALTY
vate entrance, private bath wall-to
wall carpet. Largo walk-in closet Home Buyers SALE PL 7-8456 801 NW 54th St. 1 I
with 2 windows. 1855 N.W. 69th St.
,New bedrooms, 3 baths $500 OFF CORNER HOME 283 NW 79th St. PL 9-8372 PL 9-5455 I&

COMPLETELY FURNISHED 1.2 Price reduced. Must sell at NE 5-8745 I
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3-bedroom, 2 bath
bedroom houso in good residential
section. Apply 1867 N.W. 58th St. once. Was $13,500, now I Sprinkler system s ----- i
11950.( Low down pay Built kitchen I

NICE LARGE and bath.ROOM Gentleman private only.entrance ment. Move right in. Live Glass door to patio 4801 N.W. llth Avenue I

5950 N.W. Oth Ave. PL 1-5238 rent free. See at 5412 SW BeautifullY' landscaped
22nd St., W. Hollywood, Drapes and many other OPEN SUNDAY 2 to 6 P. M.
ROOM.:\ 1081 N.W. Gist St. Phone Fla, extras I I
PL 84164. Call after 4 p.m.EXTRA .
$450 DOWN FHA
Tel. Miami NA .4.6983 3001 N.W. 70th Terr.
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1 LARGE furnished room
Corner from Fla. full living room,
across park. room,
for nice couple and 1 or 2 children TU 52426 OX 1-8427
accepted\ or a single man. Phone i
NE 38746. 1831 N.W. 49th St. """f'" _'- d- ?'" .. -- caporte, large utility room, 2 air conditioners. We

3-ROOM APT. Unfurnished pump, sprinklers i
$11.SO per week. Call B. Picard FOR SALE EASY TERMS I

Rental Agency, Fit 72902.efficiencies. ." .. EDISON REALTY I

lrUhNISHEb .. All '' M 175 N.W 62nd St. PL 1.2441 i
utilities Included. $12.60 per Brand new, comer of HibUcus.Slreet and Charles
weeH. 620 NW 8th St. FR '-

72902. Ave., Coconut Grore. bedroom, carport, oak floor


ed.3-ROOM$10 week.Cottages 669 water NW furnish 8th St. NO QUALIFYING MOVE RIGHT IN Government Inspected and Approved

FR 72902.
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1 Rental 8. PICARD Agency C. C. Wynn, Bldr. ,JE 1-6302 LOVELY HONES OPEN

Rental collections; property 4
management, real estate
669 NW 8th St. FR 7-2902 LOW, LOW DOWN PAYMENTSEZ '\


HOUSES. 7 rooms furnished. fORD REAL ESTATE SPECIALS' TERMS! : :.. LESS THAN RENT..
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DranStibectloa\ 'tall KB .' 'r. '* : q; ..rz J4;.S&4ei< x'*, ,.:.i* : ...c:4I.W..f': ....;. .o. '," # )0:,' ; : '- ;

4.0760 after 4.30. M31 Drive by these homes then come by our office We

,TODAY BINDER HOLDS
SEE $25
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1 BEDROOM furnished apt. All
utilities. Downtown area. $18. will help you with the financing.
NE 4.0500. IndfOPA llth
4400 NW Place
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LOCKA area. 1 bedroom .
newly decorated, unfurnished. Large 3 bedroom, loveliest area, many. extras.. ,
:$15. Furnished $21. 2 bedroom 1. 1411 NW 43rd St. $400 down
ninfurn. $18 furn. 2 bedroom $11,000 total. Only $339 down.. No extra cost. '
'4.0500. Indf 2. 819 NW 45th St. $450 down I

:'NEWLY Renovated furnished or Real nice CBS home s e -, )

Locks''unfurnished area near<
:and Chopping'center.. Call Mick 3-bedroom CBS home Lovely, like new duplex. $550 total down payment.
ilas Rental Agency. NE 4.0600.

Indf 4. 3261 :NW 48th Terr., $495 dow No. : extra cost, live rent free. *

FOIl KENT Oil SAW Move right in this 3-bedroom home-1 year old .
DUPLEX. 2149 2151 NW 55th e e
St. Live in one rent the other. 5. 919 NW 76th St. $350:down $68.30 month, Ib
Rent reduced. Call OX '1069 ,N.W. 76th Street
1.2533.M31 6. 7552 NW' 13th Ave. $50 down $55 month ,
INCOME TAX TIMEt' ;. ( Newly decorated., doll" house, garage, large room.
Woe will be glad to help youths 7. 5001 NW 10th Ave. J500 down
your income tax, long or short 2-bedroom, air conditioned home < t $80 per month. $449 down.
:form. Come to Fenster Realty f
1260 NW 62nd 6t.' Ask for Corner lot-- swimming pool J, Fla.',.room t, e e
:Harold Indf f..
8. 1074 NW 47th St. ':-..,. $795 down 929,N.W. 46th Street
\V ANTEDEXPERIENCED
Move right in this beauty _
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: Beauty Operator. \P, Gorgeous CBS, best area, garage, hardwood floors,
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.Call FR 49130. Mrs. Jones. II 'fjl/: .
a '- tile roof*$12,000, terms to suit.

FOR SALE We have over 400 other to choose from. --o--

FURNISHED HOUSE, two ''bed-
rooms, only 12 years old. $6.200 We are open Saturday and Sunday- ; too.
small down payment like rent, h 'NEWS REALTY
We will trade old home lotFORD
$85.00 a month. You are the your or ,-
owner in 12 years. 2146 N.W. 49th
Street. NE 41350.
REALTY Inc (The Broker That Works For You)
1376 N.W. 41st ST. See inside to-
day. Lovely 2-bedroom, carporte 4600 NW 7th Ave. PL 40655j
2 Florida porches perfect condi- f

total tion. $7,900.$250 down Ben-Kori, $69.00 Realtor month, 5524 NW 7th Ave. PL 7-2559 J j (Open Sunday)

2644 ) .W. ttnd St.. Nites Phone

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I PAGE 14 SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1962

HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS ., d. .

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PTA Workshop at G. W. CARVER HIGHA LIBERTY CITYAll Social Security"There you all.would get If you didn't workat

large group of parents and faces at Liberty City Ele.
B-CC July 7.11 friends attended the regular mentary shone brightly, Monday This should be a more prosperous .
evening for Mrs. Mary\ Ford 1 "
for
;year many people
meeting of' the G. W. Carver
The Florida Congress of Col. Williams, our beloved principalwas has, been a tremendous Mr. Blonston, stated. That's be.
and Teachers in School PTA on, Tuesday March once again with, us.
ored Parents cooperation In social
increase in interest security
,
cause these changes provide that
with Dr. Richard V. 21( in the school auditorium. The Girl Scouts are busy distributing .
Moore and faculty of Bethune- After the regular business meet, thetr'Glrl,, Scout cookies since the 1961" amend.ments beneficiary whose earnings ex.
became, law That's how
ceed $1,200 a will only lose
Cookman College will hold Its it 'is yulte appropos that we citizens year
ing reports from the. State Con.
} Edward P. Blonston, manager of $1.00 in benefits for each $2.00
annual PTA workshop Sunday, help these citizens.
8.11 Wednesday, July 11 gress, was: given by William Stir. young the Miami, North Social Security of earnings between $1,200 and
July nip Mrs. Hattie Jackson and Our Boy Scouts are having District Office at 234 NE 79thSt. $1,700. For any earnings over
the of the college.
on campus their annual "Kite Fly" on ., described! the soaring demand
Fees $17.00 delegate Includ. Roy Bentley; delegates who rep- $1,700 an additional $1.00 of
Ing room and per' board. All units resented G. W. Carver. Dr. Lee Wednesday at 3 p.m. One can't for information about the benefits will be withheld for each
urged to'send delegates. Elgin director of the department underestimate th@ degree of changes that President Kennedy! $1.00 of earnings. This is an im.
are who was the guest speaker, show. satisfaction experienced by boys signed into law in, the summer portant change for many beneficiaries .
ed films and answered questions participating in this, wholesome of 1961. who wish to continue
regarding veneral diseases. Pa. activty. May we extend to you working.Mr. .
B T. W. HIGH SCHOOLThe
rents were interested In his films and the community an invitationto "Among the changes that have
Athletic Association held and expressed their thanks for visit with, the boy Wednes. created the most interest is the Blonston concluded "Get
its yearly''' banquet Friday' night, his, visit, wltb. them. day.The one that affect the amount of all the facts and then you will
March 23 in the cafeteria Rev.J. school Players are busy benefits a person may draw while know what choice to make and
B. Blacknell pastor of St. Get well wishes are extended to rehearsing for Easter; this year he works," Mr. Blonston said. how much you can count on get
James AMB, Church; was the Mrs. Grace Teamer science In. the play shall be "The Easter You can earn up to $1,200 a year ting each month from social security .
speaker. During the program structor who is ill at Ceadars of Rabbit." If you have followedthe while ;you are' retired and drawI' ,"
awards were presented to foot. Lebanon Hospital l. Albert Daniels dramatic presentations of
ball basketball, tennis and track who Is recuperating at home and the players please don't miSS! this ,
players. Thanks goes to Delmer Mrs. Elsie K. Williams' mother play, for Irene promises a treat Your Watch Cleaned Oiled Adjusted J"
Sturrup; Student Manager of the who is ill in Chicago. Sincere amongst treats. '

Athletic' Association for makingthis sympathy. _!is. .extended to Mrs Our science enthusiasts went Guaranteed .................................... $4.75

year's banquet a success. I victoria webb in the recent to the Science Fair last week; Your, Portrait-Only .' ."................ $1.00 w; :
death of her .
Retiring Coach James W. EVerett mother.Congratulations I and themes depicting some facetof Class Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radios / ,' ,

was toasted and praised at to Alkin Hep. the show. Guaranteed! Watches .......... from 6.95' :' t.
Mary F. Williams principal ) ,
the banquet. burn assistant coach upon his ,"
I I recent promotion as head coach Denis R. Thomas,, reporter DAVID JEWELERS ?,' ,
Tetanus shots. were given B. T. Washington High his alma '
March 23 in the gym. A new ma. mater. Best of luck Alkin may HAVING A BIRTHDAY? 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-1522 Y5>.
chine was used this year the success be yours. ..Let us know- we'll' really do
hypo spray jet injector. With Roy Bentley president it up for you Perhaps for a
this machine 700 students were friend of 'youro surprise! M<
vaccinated in 90 minutes. We'll shoot the works. Buffet PEOPLES DRUG STORE BARBECUE f
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From, The Twist to photos entertainment ant
\' The patrolmen were posted Indifferent nit* you, name it. OaR PLaza AND LUNCHEONETTE
Ii areas of the building to 0.0032. Ask for Bill.SATELLITE :
,. assist with the passing of classesin The CharlestonRepeat LOUNGE 402 and 406 N.W. 8th Street FR. 4.5874
the vaccination period. Patrol. 0223: NW 7th Ave. -
man Rudolph Orjuna said, "It performance by popu Store
Drug I
was nice working with the students ular demand. Attention LadiesMary O..B.Que

and I have learned much Liberty Professional Beau Specializing In pre erlpUoae., ,Featuring breakfast,
from my job." tlcians Unit 65 presents from the F. Dix. I' patent medicines and sundries a. dinner Old -----1

March 23. Career Week! the "Charleston to The Twist" in and on, a talented Open' daily 6s80 a-m, 12 p.m. becue from 5 p.m. I
experienced
school displayed posters scrap. Fashion Sunday April 9 from 4 '' beautician FrI., Sat. to 1:80 aun. Open FrI. & Sat. to :
hasagain
boots and other material to em. to 7 p.m. at the beautiful Mi
phaslze the need, for an educa- Club 1900 NW 75th st. Donation added to Satisfaction Guaranteed Free Delivery
cation. A contest was sponsoredfor 11.50 tables free. her wide knowl.
the best scrapbooks and oth. t edge of trends a 22 a ::: == ? 'i 2

'i. er material have not of been careers.announced.The winners Support The NAACP ,? in world.the beauty '0$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $: $ $ $ $ $ $ (1)NEED


J The Newspaper Staff sponsor.ed ", Just last "
its Quill and Scroll Candle summer she CASH ?
Light Services Thursday in the Beautiful Home on attended Itt h e

were auditorium.inducted New were members Laurtine who I Your Lot I held Hair In Weev New Convention, York City.that While was Wo. 1st and 2nd Mortgage Loans

Thomas Betty Harris Leod there she learned many new hairstyles I Wo Get $1,000, $1,500, $2,000 or more today en-

Dean and Catherine Allen. A J6uv t M under the direction of the WE BUY LOTS AND HOMESCALL
well known Mamian journalistwas .. Hollywood Academy Beauty I '
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honored. School. Ronald I. Baron I IT 0
,s For an up to date natural hairor C 2.4343
Newspaper daft, representa. weev hair style visit MaryF. ., Mortgage Broker' enw. -
lives Leod Dean Laurestlno \ Dixon at the Christalee's 220 SUNNY ISLE >BLVD.
Thompson Carey Oholston Beauty Salon 805 NW 3rd aye w. MIAMI BEACH WI 3566 fIo
Catherine Allen and Maudella Phone FR 1-6354.
University of Miami Complete Building ttrvlo
Wilson Delores Lamar attendedthe I in-S $ $ S'BAlmy's

University of'Miami Work S PLANNING SEE THE SOUTH'S .
shop March 30. This Invitationwas e BUILDING
sent to them by Sigma Del. I ,LEADING COLORED,
e FINANCING :
ta Chi.
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CUJ-RW STORE
Your New Horns PSYCHIC READER
The staff won first prize la the
crusade' against TB. The award No Down CONSULT HER- The Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
dinner was held March 22 in
1201
N.W. 3rd Ave Phone FR 42376SSS
the Biscayne Terrace Hotel PaymentOver j+ i z ht
Catherine Allen
award. Miss Margarite accepted Martin the Tonic ._-.... _-? 1.45 Special. Angel Skin
accompanied her. Twenty Years of Scott's EmulsionLax ...___ .08 Hair Cream SL50 size, 1.25

Construction Experience "tone .. 178 Bleach A Glow Cream ...,.... .'15
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place in the Elk's Oratorical 9'V J Lanolin Pin, Hair Groom ............?._ .50
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and March 26 over Carver Liquid _.___. 1.75 Old 07 Pressing Oil ..._ .a

Anthony Northwestern will receive high, a schools.$100 aaaor! (! ( ffi Q 910 1oxFree. Dolls ..__....... 1.08 to ia.w

scholarship and will go to Jack. Gi(ti of all' descriptions Use our layawayOPEN
Let her of
guide
sonville April 9 to PL 1-3604 years experience
compete in
the State Elk's Oratorical and protect yon throughout' life DAILY .& SUNDAY 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.
con. Miami as a lighthouse guides the ships
test. JOHN A. McMINN Owner
,
&88 N.E. 79th St. In a storm. For success in business .

Mr. Leroy Washington, dramatic and love
instructor has been named DON'T STAY IN THE RUT. GET I
teacher of the week by radio OUT NOW BY TIm HELP OF

station WMBM. .Josephine GOD SHE CAN HELP YOU. ,
Member of Hialeah Miami Springs Chamber of Commerce
Thomson Is to be congratulated SEE THE WORLD'S'
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He received SPIRITUAL 0 a.m. 9 p.m.
certificate and a a bushel banner.of apples AND PSYCHIC READER Thurs. 0 A.m. to White Top Company

BISHOP HUNTER 7 p.m.
Gene McDanlels., popular rock DAILYSunday
and roll singer appeared at the If yon are sick or worried, don't
school Tuesday March 27 In the fall to see me today. Office hours TOPS IN ROOF CLEANING

auditorium Newspaper for the benefit of the' dally 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Thursday 10 a.m. 8 p.m.
The school staff. 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Sunday 11 aan AND PAINTING
has received
new to 8 p.m. READINGaloe
machines for purchasing school
supplies no longer will students HEADINGS UP
have to stand in the halls and PLASTICOTE; WHITE_ U used exclusively by
I wait for supplies'to be handed '..00
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19th Ave. is the new entertainment headquarters, "the Mrs. Lastra, Martha Sirven and Manuel Lastra.

talk of the own." A long, lanky, loquacious, likeable lover 5. One of the many prize winner and his wife with Sunday Special I
boy who calls himself Jazzy Red Moses has put over a two friends. '
Celebrity Hour
idea that is catching on like wildfire. This cat has York Helen
new 6. Show Barbara "Bab. Ware of New ,
taken over the nigh club and changed'everything around Jones of Philadelphia. Eula M. Denton of St. Albans, 4to9 /
Including the type of"entertainment and the public lovesit. N.Y. and Charles Contreras, pool manager of the Sir
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A couple of Mondays back the joint was jammed to 7. June O'Neal, Mildred Hodges, Mary Hill and Bill Blue MondayParty
the doors and people were turned away. Entertainers Kimbro. \

from all over South Florida were there doing their num .
8. Charlie Hayek, Satch Robinson, Phil Harris, Jazzy
hers, taking turns on the bandstand and for five hours the .
Reed, ,an unidentified entertainer and Hot Papa Turner.
place was jumping. This Jazzy man gives away valuable '
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prizes and we do mean valuable furniture, lamps, radios 9. Satch Robinson and two pretty friends. FREE gifts.

bA and such donated by Harold, president of the American 10. K. C. Smith, manager and Freddie Smith, busiest 9 Thursday
Furniture Co., 23rd Av. and 62nd 51..and admUijonb bartenders in town, trying to serve the overflow crowd. .
free on Mondays. The photographs bore are from the Chicken ScratchReservation
Prize Winner Mrs. Mel
11. Jazzy Red and Grand
Monday, they are o -
I first Big Dancey of the Zeniths. .
.I No. 1, look for this sign on 75th St. and 19th Ave.
;i 12. The Big Three.
Bos man Jazzy Red Mow announcing from the b
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floor: some of the prizes that were tater given, away. He 13. and 15. Shots of the packed house and 14, Jazzy Call 6965511CLINTON "

does this each Monday. Red and Hot Poppa jazz it up for the camera. "JAZZY RED"

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ST. PAUL A.M.E. CHURCH
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Mt. Zion Men Raise $2,056On Rev. E. J. Fayeon, pastor # ',
Mrs. Lee Gray reporterOur
Sunday, March 25 Mt. Zion pastor began the day with '
Church observed Its Men's Day, EBENEZER METHODIST a soul stirring morning message I d ,
the best in the history of the Everyone present at the C. A.
annual event, both spiritually and Rev. Aaron D. IlaU, pasor i Gibbs tea enjoyed a very pleasant
financially. I evening and they wish to
Sunday the Holy Communionwill that Joined themon .
morning Bishop Sher thank everyone
Sunday ,
be administered, also to 1
their seventh anniversary.
senior bishop of
L. Greene,
man share In the Methodist Project In
the AMP church, spoke to a the contribution to the OneGreat Bishop Sherman Green presld. ,-
packed audience from the eub. Hour of Sharing fund. ed over the evening service, de.

ject, "The Unfailing Presence." Money 'derived from this project livering a powerful.sermon using ",
delivered wonderful ser a subject, "The Necessity ofa
IIe a as ,
relief 'y
will be used for overseas ; 4 1f
chorus from St. New Birth. ;
mon. The male
national missions churches In
Paul, Miami and Coconut Grove areas of urgent need; ministry to Our Presiding Elder F. A. Allen
plus Willie Nelson, rendered also worshipped with :us in
service: men overseas and crusade -
music tor the service scholarship. All membersare the evening service. The junior'

'..t1 p.m. the pastor was in urged to give generously to stewards sponsored a surprise
14: ,' :o and spoke from the sub. One Great Hour of Sharing and program after service. Among
"Qod and I Are Partners." the many surprises on the program
j jot, Join with millions of people who, &
Both choirs sang and a glorioustime will be demonstrating a genuine was a solo by Rev Ii,. f t t :. ,
was had. concern for human welfare. Blacknell of St. James. The pro. ., ;i ,
At 8 p.m. Rev. J. J. Williamsand gram was enjoyed by all.
from Metropolitan The Bishop's Evangelist Cru. I, The funeral of Mrs. Lucille
congregation
AME Church closed out sade is now in progress with Baker will be held Saturday afternoon ;
the day. Mrs Mable Crompton as chairman at 3 o'clock at the ;g

chair of this genuine spiritual cru. church. Mrs. Lewis Is still on our _.. .._ ., ..
William Howell was -- ---- -
sade exempliflng themselves'asChrhtlan shut-In list. Please visit her witha
man and William Glenn co- leaders. The evange. word of cheer. We will be look. I

chairman.Joiners for the There day. Total were raised four lletlc activities consist mainly of ing for you In church Sunday. Saint Luke Baptist Breaks

). vsitation evangelism, preachingand
I was $2,056. praying. They are endeavor MT. CALVARY BAPTIST

II Prayers are tor a speedy re Ing to Interest the church mem. Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor Ground For New ChurchA
covery for our sick. Visit Bro. bership, for those who have
C. H. Lewis In Jackson Hospital. strayed away for sometime are Phyllis Myers reporter bad very impressive service was very inspirational. Also in the
Last Sunday morning we held Sunday, March 18 on the picture is Father Charles F.
Our new ,pews are being In aksed to return to be among and minister to render themesatge
visiting
stalled this week. share in the great fellowship. a McGriff. corner of 18th ave. and 55th St. Cooper, minister of St. Peters
Rev upon the spot where the new St. Orthodox Church, also Rev.
Choir No. 2 will have charge Sunday afternoon at 8:30 the Luke will be built. More than Clark.

Closes of class meeting on Tuesday auxiliaries of the church had a. 200 persons attended ths ser We want to thank allot our
Mt. Hermon
night. The third annual Calendar United Day program. Each person vice. members and friends, especiallythe
Quarterly Rally has been extended to April I was asked to give a dollar for at In the above photo is Pastor people in the neighborhood
9, thus giving members and auxlliarlee > this program to raise money Williams with the shovel in hand for coming out with us on this
The 1.!. C. for the
the church.
ConferenceOur ample time to raise their Miss Alfreda Gray afte r prayer dipping the AnsI historic occasion. Again let us
quota. program was shovel of earth. Standing beside thank you one and all.
conference There is a new group of lingers
second quarterly
him Is the Rev. Edward? T,
of the North Miami Districtwas We are looking forward to the at our church. They call Graham who delivered the message Rev, P; W. William, pastor
held Friday with Presiding annual Spring Rally Tea, spon. themselves! the Mt. Calvary Spi for this occasion which was Mrs. Bunesda Green, reporter
Elder F. A. Allen In charge. The cored by Choir No. 2 Sunday, rituals. Everyone enjoyed hearting -
service was beautifully opened by April 16. them very much. The program THE INCARNATIONThe
our Junior c:] olr. was a big success. TEMPLE BAPTISTRev.
than happy to And the prayer> of faith shall Sunday night Rev, Gardner of Episcopal Churchwomen
We were more A. Thigpen lave the sick and the Lord shall St. Petersburg rendered the mes cordially invite you to attendof
had Rev. R. L. A.
h a v e Thompson pastor
cpnference.and: preaching raise him up. James 5:15. sage. the Church: of the Incarnation
visit our
their fourth annual "Fellowshiphour"
eermonette. Funeral services for the late
a very nice Sister Eliza Sleare, 1441 NW
Church of The Open Door at the church at 6 p.m.
Our Presiding Elder was more 6th court, Sister Brazil Lang, Mrs. Florence Rolle-Seymour April 8.Mr8..
than pleased with the very nice Mt. Sinai Hospital Sister Hen- Rev H. C. McDowell, pastor will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. Leola Johnson, Pres.
work we are doing under the rlhetta Drown, 1731 NW 1st Ct. A E. McNeal, reportere She passed Sunday at 6 a.m. at Ap--7

leadership pf Rev. Sf L. Gay= All apt. 8, Sister Eva Brown, 355C The worship service by the the Jackson Memorial Hospital. wl.w.........................................
boards and club made very nice NW 13th St., Sister Ida Ingra. Friendly Service Committee of The body will be on view at the
reports. Money raised was 13. ham 2959 NW 49th St., Sister The Women's Fellowship was church Friday night from "lO ANDREWS' JEWELERS
Sunday morning In closing of Victoria Hlggs, 1411 NW 6th St. very Interesting and enjoyable.The .
EXPERT WATCH AND
o'clock until funeral time.
this conference for this year and Bro. Fred Pagter Veterans women brought their mite
Elder Alien preached a most Inspiring Hospital. boxes with money in them to First Sunday services will be CLOCK REPAIRS
sermon.Greater help with some of our missions. 40 Years in Business
Tuesday night the Deacons and as usual. There will be baptismat All work guaranteedFP
Bethel Plans TRINITY C. M. E. Deaconesses board will meet at 11 a.m. The Lord's Supper will 3-0152

Rev E. T. Brown, pastor the church and the trustees will I be administered during the morning _
303 N.W. 2nd Ave.IN1N..NNNNNNNN..N .
Crusade For ChristThe Mrs. Julia Hammock, reporterWe meet Sunday Thursday is Holy night.Communionwith I and evening. .............
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pastor, officers and mem- inlvlte the people of this reception of new members.A r
bers of Greater Bethel AYE community to share with us In cordial welcome is. given to "Living Service for the Living"
Church are looking fprward 'to our special Prayer Hour each! all worshippers. We sincerely air 116 'i'
having a successful Crusade for Sunday morning at 11 a.m.. ,strive to be a friendly church. .
Christ, during the last two weeksof The Prayer Hour ia especially All visitors are asked to sign
the Lenten Season., The week destined and spiritually planned our church register.
beginning April 9, ending April for men and women boys and
16, will be a special week of girls who are seeking spiritual HIALEAH TEMPLE
prayer at our church. The week help with their personal eocUl,
beginning the 16 running thru economic and family problem CHURCII OF GOD IN CHRIST
22nd of April special emphasis over which they have no control I Elder William Atkins, pastor
2366 West 4th St.
We are Inviting
placed on preaching.'
all our members and Th minister and- members request -. The; Hiajaah.\ Temple' Churqh
friends to Join wholeheartedlyIn the presence of your comp of God In Christ Is now having
this Crusade for Christ. any at the annual banquet for a Spring Revival which began

>Pr; S. H. Hunter, the presiding\ education( ( an4 mission pn Fri. March 26, and will continue to
\ elder of the East Tampa District day April 6 at 8 p.m. In the April. Services are being held
Conference will > e our special dining room of the church. One each night from 8 o'clock p.m.

guest spa ,r, Dr,;Hunter Is well dollar donation until.Elder. Oscar [. Range funeral Home
Oliver 1. Grooms fir,
known throughout Florida for Special'' dinners will be served
his unusual talent as. an Evange In the dining room of the a ire powerful the great speaker meeting., Is conduct. M. Athalle Range, Owner N. Patrick Range, Mgr.

list. You will enjoy his. Inspiringand church this Saturday and- Sun- You are cprdlally Invited to at. 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue
spiritual messages.We day beginning at IX "noon. tend to be saved, healed and, or
to all of OX 1-4343
are appealing revived. Whatever be OX 1-0131
may your
our loyal members to give their
full cooperation in this effort, BETHEL BAPTIST come reason for coming, you are wel.

There is nothing morn needful Richmond Heights -- -

In our awakening community of than the Christian a spiritual Rev. L. R. Ross pastor NEW PROVIDENCE M. B.I I OX 1.9151 6701 NW 15th Ave. Nite 6343198For
Bettye Nol on, reporter
family. We had a very succesful Wo. Funerals You Can Afford Call
God Is counting( on you as His Sunday March 25 the Junior man's Day Sunday. To all of our!
helper to save the world for Choir was honored during their friends and visitors notice the
Christ robe ceremony, Their hearts and paper on next week which time Manker Funeral HomeCloth
of course, our hearts were filled words of thank and the amount
with esstasy. We are thankful tqeveryone of money raised will| be given
St. Matthew' FreewillLast who contributed to the Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor

Sunday Rev. W. W. cause. Sl,. Claudia Wilson! reporter Cover Caskets $126 up

r 2014 NW Sth Court If yqu missed our Irish Coffe BAHA'I ASSEMBLY Metal Caskets $499 ups
Rev. J. D. Woodley, pastor Sip; you 'really missed a treat.
Nathaniel Thomas, reporter The program/ was well organizedwith Mrs. Frances Baumirartner, Nothing left to burden youOne's
Rev. Wooden of Winter Park was well known performers member of the Horticultural 41 Social Security Can Take all
care
our guest minister and delivered participating on the program. Study Society, will speak! at the funeral
two Inspiring messages .They Baha'i Center, 137 NW 11th arrangements
were enjoyed by all. Our, guest speaker was Mrs. are.. 8 p.m. Sunday. April 1 Her Business Managers:W:"!"m Norwood
The Junior Choir and male Louis Culver, librarian at Mays subject will be "The Servant of
chorus rendered the muslq for High School.- The program was God." The public is cordially in. Willie WilliamaV
the day. very I inspiring. vlted to attend.



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SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1962 zatlon has pledged to give $500 Jack Pot WMBM Is really
to the WMBM\ scholarship fundto catching on. When you answer
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I am a few days late in giviftg POLICE WMDM' Miami 1490. Stay tuned.to 1490 on
congratulations to the Miami 1 Month Times. Our local newspaper ed. the dial, you may be one they
Tithes on the occasion of the FOR 'BAD'' adults I ItOI'll'ar to be congratulated for call. Don't say "hello", ear 1490
136th anniversary of the NegrO( I ,Miami. police taking such an instructive and Jack Pot.
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for being a little tardy In over writing scheme. checks.'A I vance of the celebration of the
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ing my beet wishes upon this Raiding an artists. 135th anniversary of the found.
wonderful occasion. I copnratu.l NW 5th ave., : 5 ing of, the Negro Press week," Curlings Black Label.
Editor H. E. S. Reeve, Headley and Leon the Till next week,
Managing Editor Garth Reeves .22 calibre pistol, W IDA: says "each week is WMBM-BO
and the rest of the staff of the machine, a
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job in thehighest tradition of checks from six Milton
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felt it a great honor to be a small checks, jolice *
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great chorus of those who NW First ave., Nash
are fighting for freedom day at. 27, of 1469 NW mem.
ter day and week after week Cobb, 24, and & 1711 West Flagler Street
My sincerest congratulations tb 33, were in
all my friends of the Miami about 30 checks FR 9.7357
Times staff t'J 1':11ImGlSTER : $60 to $70
spree. All were New classes forming each week. Ten weeks course
NOW} VOTE LATER! I passing worthless are Day or evening classes

There are a tew days remain I REGISTER NOW
ing in which to register to vote,
if you have not already done BO. Over 4,000 Customers Can't be, Wrong!
In a democratic society, the bal.
lot is the citizen's ultimate weap. S. R. 22' Written.While You Wait, 1111111..illlllllll JIll 1111 1.11111 J 1.-

rll. on because a strong public opln.

ion great made power up of Without many citizens the ballot, has! Service First as low ft* TV Service Calls 1-50

a person is at best half citizen, $5.40

t as where all there can have recall been in countries dictator. I Insurance: Deposit ALL MAKES-ALL MODELS PLUS I'ARTNLARRY'S

l chips, as for example, Germany.I Starts jour In T.V.
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Actually, the most acute prob. Agencya-t,. WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV, SETS

" lem these in days registration is the apathy and and voting lack Miami+ Opa Locka RADIOS, HI-FI AND STEREO REPAIRSWe

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to both White and Negro vot. NE 6.6355 NA 4-6612 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-8024
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I. voter the Interest should be I ......Ii........--r.. _III"-z.. "'.. ---l- .4.'
there, and a great desire shouldbe
present to take part in this
democratic process, because! the
Negro has more to gain with his
vote at present. The activities of
q first claw citizenship for the Ne.
0' Club
gro has long been the goal of the King Hearts
NAACP, but without cooperation
on the. part of the Negro in the
I matter of voting the attainmentof
definitely.this goal can be delayed in. 6000 N.W. 7th AVENUE Presents



not THK the MIAMI intimidated Miami AREAIn area or Negroes harassed are FRIDAY,!], SATURDAY, SUNDAY

when they go to register or vote.
, We are much bette r off theee
p days than in the early history of
Miami when, I understand, the 2 Big Bands
Ku Klux Klan paraded the main
streets of the city in order to .
frighten: off prospective voters.
Now only lack of Interest or

1' to'apathy vote,can'because cause conditions the Negro here not !, Sam| Early HIS HAMMOND ORGAN AND BAND.

are favorable to him to exercise
. his franchise without Intimidation.

TURINGSTAN (The Man) ON GUITAR
t In some sections of the SouthNegroes
find it very difficult to
\ register and vote, even now JOHNNY (The Beat) RED ON DRUMSFreddie
Such tactics as the "white prl1. !I
mary," the poll tax and tricky
registration requirements are Grant HIS HAMMOND ORGAN AND BAND
used to keep Negroes from the
poll*. in this area we do not
have theee vestiges of the old
South and it is only our own FEATURINGALVIN''' (Honky Tonk) COLSON ON THE SAX
disinterest that keeps us from

t voting. RUDY (Wild Man) HUNTER On The DrumsA

YOUR VOTE COUNTS I
I
Local political writers these
,I days are quite concerned about .j Plus A Big Show Of Stars
the comparatively small vote cut ::
by South Floridians in recent
" 'elections. There seems to be a '
growing concern that North
, 'Florldlans vote in much greater SAM AND DAVE ,
do here in
'f>r numbers than we ,
I
.
'South Florida, because South )
shown Itself time and "'.
Florida has
I again to be classed more with ROULETTE RECORDING, STARS ': ." !I
liberal principles than conservative Ij j

terert lowed ones.on political the Too part often ideals of lack citizens and of theor.in.al. Phil ( The Untouchable ) Harris "M C" r ;

I lea to take over that are ei.eentiailjr ,
distasteful to them. If --T VIRGIE TILL A new song bird in town <
we, as South Floridians, believe ,
in progress in equal rights for all best
Shakethe
citizens and In the democratic HAZEL, Dance of the
procew, we must so declare ourIdeals
by our votes. There is no HARRY PRESSLEY -Song Dance artist
other way.

No citizen fchould take abuse the Amateur and Pro fessional Hour Two Bands No Adm.
right to vote lightly or Big Wednesday Night :
this right. It should! be exercised
with Intelligence and with faithin TWO SHOWS NIGHTLY11:30.2:30
the future of our democracy.Do .
not hide your head in the ADMISSION 50 CENTS
sand like an ostrich, unaware ot .
conditions and problem. around .
you. Remember that your votes ...'. J
) _tb? one that counts



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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA' North Dade DCT It will be presented on the North
Dade High School campus on
PAGE 18 SATURDAY MARCH 31, 1962 : Amateur Nite Thursday, April I'D. TAlent from
Northwestern, Bookser T., Car.
., r Slated ver, North Dad and other blah
... as well &* elejdentary schools will
M The date has been set And
be presented, ., .
everyone is happy ,about the ?
coming of 'the Annual DOT Ama. Inter st cl'1 persons' :are asked to
RE55PINDER wk teur Nlte and, Parade of Start). contact the'DCTiClub" at 'North
, \ Dade for entrance blanks. If you
\ are talented then you should
I sacred, spirituals .and a: choir I compete for one of the many-
.
\ will be fornied; prizes that will .be awarded.

I / Modern dance will;'{include" in. This is the, original 1 amateur
OX etructlon In all modern dance> alto that has, backed v them in at l
techniques Drawing will deal every presentation since tnb ears:
a with the principal of design, ly '50's'and"''lt gets letter every
still life pdtatlng I in all mediums. year,
DAVE, popular Howl
SAM AND
of
sor's University Cosmetology
Drama wilt include stage
lett& recording artists are. still w
presentation of the ContinentalBeat
Lomelo'sKing structure, scenery, telling a story
at Johnny
headliners (flairs in fashion and hair) .
0' Hearts. Sam Early returned .and the basic costuming !and act. NOTICE!!
at King 0' Hearts Sunday was
Wednesday to Phil H.ar-( one to remember. It was well at. 4 lug out plays. You don't have to wait for the
ris' popular professional hour and to remember. It was well attend., For (further information call weekend to catch the crowd at
talent show. This weekend enter tended. Diana Reel and Augus. Dade County Park and Recrea. the Satellite it's every mite '
tion Dept. at FR 3-8385 You'll like iU!
tainment will feature Sam Early Ceasor get the orchids for. an or come
and Freddie Grant, both Ham. affair well done People are ask. Rufus "Papa Tree Top" Shep. to the Martin school this Thurs. SATELLITE LOUNGE
mond organ artists. lug this column about the where. pard, died this week of cerebral day night. 0222 N.,!. 7th Ave
abouts of the ",pew EntertainersClub hemorrhage in Jackson Hospital -
WALTER JOHNSON, popularcedit .55 This "new" is the same "Papa Tree Top" ashe was
manager at American Fur. Club Mi on 75th St. that also known in local entertainment DeLUxE DUPLEX .. ; '
nlture and TV store on 62nd St. ,houses 'he, Ml 'Bowling Lanes circles,,was a ,popular singer and, ..- ,.. f_ "
corner of 23rd ave. where Bob M. 0. having worked the Miami 1221
N.W.
60lh
Strut
Nicholson is sales manager invites Those drivers who were born in Beach and other nite club clr.
you to drop by, breeze thru March will be glad to know that cults.. Open Sunday 2 to d<< ;
values at down to'' p.m. .
their many a "grace" period ,has been 'ex. Sheppard had been a regular '
N earth prices. Just say that "Box", tended. You may drive until standout at 'Baker'e Famous for Not another one like it!, Modern large centrally
says It's easy credit here, Har Monday. many 'years, fronting the bands ,
old." and' .as master of ceremonies conditioned fend heated Reduced $6,000. Mufti tie
HAMPTON HOUSE Club Is ; Mr. Sheppard is survived by
PETITE AND PRETTY Jo. busy making way for the Earl hi*' wife, Irene. Funeral arrange ,sold) Afcross from Manor Park. Fine for prof l.
Ann Courcy needs no Introduc. Grant coming next weekend. It's ments, with Richardson Funeral
tion after her first\ appearance at his first time coming to a nltery Home in charge, are Incon1 let sional i offices, plus living quarters.
the Entertainers Club CelebrityRoom this side of the Beach Surely)his
last weekend. She's being' will, be as' elegant and entertaining .
held over along with Bill Rob. as the location itself ,. Richmond Heights EDISON REALTY :
inson and The Quails, one of the Bonded Collection Agen y's''get-
best local groups to front a mikein acquainted party sponsored by. Offers. Arts and .:175 NW 62nd St. PL 1.2441
Miami Those that know its public relations dept. is cal. .
Music Classes
I' will tell you Clyde Killens' en. endared for April 12. Have
tertainment and promotional you seen ,the Unlimited Mas?
4 success isn't something that This ,popular monthly edited by Registrations are still open for nn aCCST
blooms over night. It's hard work Bill McBride, saluted Charlie the popular adult dance, draw
with sincerity and personal sup. Hadley (well deserving) and his ing, typing, music and drama
ervislon in all undertaking. Ma. one-man registration campaign classes held Thursday night by
rie Knight's two weeks Dade County Park and Recrei.:
engage. on its cover.
ment at the Beat really was one lon: 'Department at 1\;. C. Martin H PTOHOUSE CLUB
for keeps. Her last appearance How long has'it been since you Elementary School A tP.fof $5
Monday a.m. when she gave courted your wife? Give, her a each' class 8-week is being) charged, for
"Please Mr. Song Bird" ourse.
every memorable' evening this week at
thing, rocked the house for a the Satellite Lounge, the new Adults may roister! at the
i while. vogue. school at 6 p.m. this: Thursday
Satellite evening. Typing will cover the ,PRESENTS WITH PLEASURE
TIlE CIIARI< E1 TITS of Cea. 6222 NW" Tth. ,Aye. fundamentals, stenciling, bust.
ness letters, tabulating. Music
--I1--- :will teach social and folk songs,

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Owner at 1430,.NW. 59th St.

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DUPLEX GOOD INCOME 811 NW 57th' Before
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Lots for sale Will build to orderS
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