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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 21, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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39TH YEAR, No. 34 MIAMI FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1962 16 PAGES TEN CENTS I;




I Florida's First Negro: Councilman Elected 1.1




History was made on Tuesdayat I In acknowledging victory Wed i

Riviera Beach, just north of nesday in his second attempt for i B.i..w; p .,'.. ..i
I West Palm Beach, when AttorneyF. the office, Cunningham said: "The t. ; \ I Florida Faces U.S. Test Case I
Malcolm Cunningham becamethe problems of the whites and Ne
first Negro councilman ever groes are the problems of the .

elected in the state of Florida.ATTY. city i my, they approach.1'"There are my problems. Thatis : Against Segregated Schools ,


were no racial overtones Assistant Attorney General said the county would be able, to :'
Negro or white, in the campaign Burke Marshall in charge of civil come to th, attorney general's office ,- !I,
," he emphasized. :, 1 rights, told a louse subcommittee for advice and assistance. 'I'
'Certainly I am proud to be the .f' Monday the Justice Department Under' the "impacted area" aid 4

first,of my race to be ,elected, but Intended to file a suit, against segregated program nine counties in Florid _",. '
this was not a contest of race schools: in districts 'teceiving received money during fiscal '1062k ,- }
against race.. federal'aid.Under the. '1m- Eight were paid for the ,cost of:* .

"More: important than that it \.. .... pacted' :area1?.aid.prdgram'( in:TOle operating and maintenance,: andj >,:..-
has happened is the thought that ., 6f nine Florida counties Duval, the ninth, was paid$l,529/
perhaps it should have happened ..... The county has not been named 804 for two schoQl construction
before. ., but it was reported that the suit projects. '

Married and a father of four is ready for filing in a Florida School districts swing children -'

Cunningham is a native of Plant! I >,"Lb,, ,!,,,,,".... '' district court. Getting a court of federal workers and fer'-
q City but has been a resident of I l order for .desegregation rather vicemen receive federal aid to
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Riviera'Beach since 1953. with offices than authority to cut off federal help with the increased costs
at West Palm Beach.He I aid, is the aim of the suit. caused by the influx of children ,

won by a margin of 54 votes w.l. Florida Attorney General Er. under the ''impacted area" alai' ,
97 P1'j4 and concedes that much of the vin said in Tallahassee he had not program. t
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ballotting was along racial lines. ", heard of the test case, but if and The aim of the suit will be at

4 : The "Negro precinct," 3A gave when the suit is filed, it would be schools serving children whose
him 1.118 votes, to 68 for veteranincumbent Miamian Law up to the county school authoritiesto parents ,work, but do not live on
Councilman J. A. Fla. decide what steps to take. He federal property,

herty. The "white precinct," 3.
A and Assistant to Civil
l y+' n'A gave Cunningham 2 w votes !

Flaherty is obvious 1,343.It that the 299 votesin Rights CommissionDavid Bias Firms Face Loss 'f

precinct 3 were the deciding il :
3 factor in making Cunningham the Robinson, one of two

I : )I. CUNNINGHAM I "first Negro councilman in Florida. Negro students enrolled in the

school\ of law at Duke University, Of Government ContractsWASHINGTON
hii received an appointment to ..

Asks $200,000 For j & lummer petition aa a law stu.

1.City dept. a 14tant to the Comma..Io ... *- A preslden.
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'" and committee announced ,Tue. .
on Civil Rights.The .,' Looks
Agents Group
Renewal Survey j day that two'campnl.1 accusedof ,

,, work: consists of a variety racial discrimination would' be Toward Expansion of
Officials of Miami decided Mon- or"leral research projects In investigated before they are Kir- ;

day to ask the federal governmentfor connection with the work of the en any more government contract Negro Travel Market.
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two-thirds of the cost of a Easter Egg Beet Per (Commission. The appointment is ;*. NEW YORK "'."' /rha Inter.

$300,000 survey forming the basis I mid. The crackdown was the first American Travel I Agents Society
lait from early June to
for a full scale urban renewal pro Children Al Manor 19 t ever ordered by the Pres'dent'4! turned the spotlight on the Negro .
gram. September. travel market'.
Committee on Equal<< Employment growing potential

Miami can make Its one-third Robln'on hu also been ap. Opportunities. The committee Is Manger a recent meettnrat
contribution in ,the form of plan Park, Sunday pointed' to the Duke UniversityLaw charged with overseeing an executive the Vanderbilt Hotel
The
ning personnel services. and of- order requiring govern. four-year-old organlza. i I
"" Day Observance Committeefor lion of Negro.owned and
.said lanager meat contractors to provide operat.
fico Melvin quarters Jleese., > rMtzmf.will ;, :Children .of' Dade County will the April 27.28 celebration. equal opportunities without re. ed agendas explored ,promotion f
: : i.1 Mrs*;gayer Easter' this year duo 119 will' be In charge of reglstra- card to race, creed color or national and programs wheh| would lead i j

:bcioln t e"'ilrY'ma;: 'to: '.""the cffprfspj: .Char}**, Hadjey tton .*>; ?. ,,* : ', origin to "itrengthcBlar:, the ;Uauge -'ofJTAfl ; :J..s::': I
Jor citv in the Southeast; to take Citizens Committee, lit the eyes of both the tra.
part in this phase of the urban !, and who a have spirited set about to make Manor A graduate In government at Involved are the Danly Ma. Tel Industry and the Negro vacation 1 '
renewal program under an amend : St. and tlpward\ University, Washington, chine Specialists, Inc., of Cicero, market.''
ment to the housing laws in 1959, Park 13th Ave.located, the at N.W.48th scene of one of 1[>", C. Robln on finished with 111., and Comet Rice Mills, of A reaoltfolon (called for co. ,
if the study is approved. i America's best traditions: Since magna cum laude honors. Houston and Beaumont, Tex., operatlon by carrier, govern. I

Requiring two or three years, the days of Rutherford B. Hays Robinson Is the son of Mr*. Stuttgart, Ark., and New Or. ment tourist offices, hotel organ '
the study will cover all of the in 1878, children have eagerly) Janle Robinson Mays of 1512 leans. isatlons and other Industry
city but the Negro Central District awaited Easter to hunt and roll NW 58th Terr. lie is a graduateof groups in promotional "latSnt: 1
where Metro has started similar eggs, and find the eggs that give I Booker T. Washington High takings to channel the
planning activity. the prizes. Dade County will not where he edited the school spending power of .U, 8. Negroes
be an exception this year due' to newspaper.The! :. A iijuPPT Into travel outfits. ,I
The federal government granted the work of this fine Committee. Hilton 0. Hill, Hill Travel, NY "
Metro planners $83,000 for their other, outstanding Negro and Charles North North's Tra.
study. Reese told the commission Plans call for a Egh -. student at ,Duke 1s Walter T. iraater olo Ally vel, Miami were aliened to la.veitlgate .
Bands, Easter Parade, unt Jamaica as a possible :
that the Metro study covers
era of
Roll andprizes Johnson Greensboro, N.C.
Singing, Egg site for
only four per cent of Miami's area Group << the organization'* aa. :
galore. Shrubbery and anal meeting In the fall.
and J4JS cent of its popula '
per flowers will help transform )Manor II''
tion. I Park into a place of beauty for I(
It. th> city's campaign to renew '
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occasion. Bleacher
this first special
its blighted areas, the planning seats have been added to accommodate .JII..E.; ,1'111. Merchant, Kills[ Isy '''''''; I ;
fort may "have farjeaching results the ,overflow crowd .../4'j'f; {:: ., /. 'j I 1
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," Commissioner Joseph- Do- and make it more comfortable fot70U < ,' ''. Sheets( I,
mend said. to enjoy the liddies and the.festivities. .j. r' I
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The city recently launched plans Make a date for a ..1' .',' 'J'. ';. i/:!.,..' .. ( .:.. A slxteeyeuold Negro boy '
for a lull-scale planning "department I gala afternoon with the childrenof "" wu killed Thursday la Norfolk
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in preparation for the study.I Dade County Sunday, April 29, y- .. ;.f.4i', .. ,., I._ 41. : ; '" Vs., and five others were'wounded
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at 3:30: p.m. '" ..' .' ... ).... ..,.. iJ:. ,. in a shooting spree In a store., J I
( .; 'V"; .. : .:;fI: : \ Charged with the murder is the
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The program is as follows: ..' ; "' "I. .. ,, '. '/Ii .. .t'. storekeeper 0111* F.. Sally, whoar : &osrf Sheets 'i ,.: ,. .,:.., ".. : "" ';'" .:: police quoted:at saying the Negro .4
| ,E.acllr Master of Ceremonies, Dr. C.. B.
: ;' .d '. teenagers tried to attack him and., t
Hogan Preprogram Concert School :'' ti'r' > ., : : ... ; then: "1 was shooting all of them I
Death Brownsville Junior High 'jJ wa< shooting all around.
Other( To :
Band, Mr. Charles Austin, Band The boys, who are .
f leader. Presentation of Colon, : ; Easter *tSahy ,
XaclUcn'JMW
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A Pompano Beach couple shot Cub Scouts, Frederick Hunt Bugler _ I : C' locked them inside his tiny con.fecUontnr .- I
other to death Wednesday Pledge of Allegiance to the ".. l. ', -ftC. store then=:'" without
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night in a blazing. display of gun Flag led by Eagle Scout Moses. "j provocaUon.-qpe ed fire at them '
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fire. Perry, Jr. t -1: I with his 49 Ditto') ,
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They were identified as Robert Star Spangled Banner, led b)' a 1A'. .w.' Clarence Simms wu shot twice. I
Graham, 50. and Louise White, In the head, and died.
Sallie H. Edwards of Carver High
42 both of Pompano ;,, 7 < ,. Police,,"said that 13 shots I
listed School Meditation, Reverend Edward p '" 'f': [ % >: "" .J ; were
home addresses were as T. Graham. Music, Dorsey t% ; ,, fired before. one of the boys I
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the same. Junior High School Chorus Occation. .. wounded in the knee, grappledJrtth
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Police said the woman drove to Mrs Marie Brown. Mu the storekeeper, threw bins I
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a bus station in a cab when Graham sic. Brownsville Junior High General" and the Champ Waldorf Astoria' victory dinner the rear of the store and i
followed
and ordered her the others to safety. I
also arrived School Band.Introduction. .Former Postmaster General for Mayor Wagner. A former
to get out of the cab. of Speaker, Garth James A. Farley, board chairman boxing commissioner In New Tork convicted Thirteen of years manslaughter ago Sally for WH4 I
in the
The woman shot head Graham with a .%2- Reeves. Speaker, Mrs. Dana D the Coca-Cola Export Corporation Mr. Farley down through the Ing a white man in a store SaJto
stomach and and Heavyweight Champ.Ion rears hag been a friend of such
and Graham In turn Chapman. Music, Dorsey Chorus. operated on the border of a Kern
caliber pistol four J38alibcr shots into Introduction of Platform Guests, Floyd Patterson were caught champions as Joe Louis and Ray neighborhood in Durham, N. C/Ho

pumped hfr! ,bead. Charles l1ad1e,. In conversation recently during Robln on. served a few,months In prison






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I Delta Sigma Theta Sorority To NAACP To Study Segregation I



Present 86 Debutantes Of 1962The In State PrisonsThe


Miami Alumnae Chapter of Annie McGahee, daughter of Mr. liams. Florida State Conferenceof skills such as mechanics, machine

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority launched and Mrs. W. M Gahee. Yvonne White, daughter of Mr. branches, NAACP, will Initiate operation and repair, ahoe re.
the annual Deb Season at the Constance Melton, daughter of and Mrs. Nathaniel White.
Carver Branch YMCA on Thursday Mrs. Johnnie M. Melton. Maudella Wilson, daughter of Mr. a study of segregation pair but in most instances are
evening. Eighty-six charming Aretha PoWer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Wilson. practices In State Correctional sent to work! oz\ farm and per.
and Institutions. The study is to determine '
Mrs. James Poitier.
form chores connected with
young ladies from the five senior ag.
Carolyn Wells, daughter of Mrs. what segregation policies I
high schools were present with Annie Wells. exist, Including the housing : riculture. If this is true, then
their parents. Bennie Cooper, daughter of Mrs. MAY 13 IS NAACP and maintenance of youth con we think the public should know

During the hour-long impressive Blanche Cooper. fined to the Institutions.The of this policy because the Negro

program, the sorority offered Ollie Brooks, daughter of Mrs. FREEDOM NAACP Is of the opinion boy or girl who is confined to
the challenge of "A GOOD Mamie Brooks. that the state Is obligated to such institutions la denied an
CREED," and plans were discus- Faye Williams, daughter of Mr. provide the
SUNDAYThe same training facilities ( opportunity to return tn foc'ety'
George Williams and Mrs. ,
sed for this Opal
ball. Enthusiastic
year's King.Judy for the youths who must fully equipped to establish him-
casion.introductions enlivened the oc Wllcher, daughter of Mr. General State Baptist Con spent time, In these Institutionson self or hetvelf as a good citizen
a segregated basis as because of racial discrimination.
Earl Carroll.
An "Enrichment Program" is Joyce Rolle, daughter of Mr. and vention has endorsed the setting does the local school boards. I
In the offing to give the girls Mrs. Orange Hayes. of May 13 as NAACP Freedom However reports received by This discrimination is due to

poise, self-assurance, and a feeling Hedy S ymour, daughter of Mr. Sunday.In the NAACP point out that the the State's policy of strict racial
of identity which every young and Mrs. Prince Seymour. policy of "ee-parate but equal"is segregation despite constitution.
lady needs. Being presented in a Edna Mingo, daughter Of Mr. and a resolution adopted by the strictly enforced !In schools al requirement which are a. bar.
glamorous setting a girl has something Mrs. Henry Mingo. delegated, the group voted to manitained by the State of Flor tier to such practices.

to be proud of as long as Jacqueline Ferguson, daughter of observe that date in observance of ida in Ocala, Mariana, Okechobeeand It, after the study Is com.
she lives, for she is recognized Mrs. Clara Ferguson. the year since the 1954 decision in other cities. Our legal pleted there is substantial evl.
in Patricia Page, daughter of Mrs staff has advised us that here.
socially an official way. The of the U. S. Supreme Court dence to support these allega.
Debs still have a month to practice Wilhelmina Page. ending racial discrimination in to, the 1954 U. S. Supreme
tlone and after a request li
Gwendolyn Pratt, daughter of Mrs. Court Decision
those outlawing
racial
tricky bows to society. public education. made to the State to end the
Ammie Pratt.
However deb segregation in public educates
doings in full
swing. are Mary Crumbly daughter bf ,Mr. The statewide meeting will be does apply.. practice of segregation in its
and Mrs. Joseph Crumbly. held at the Bethel AME Church, We have received correctional institutions the
Making their formal bows to WiHa Dean Turner, daughter of in Lakeland, the Rev. A. C. Negro reports that policy continues, then we must
society will be the following debutantes Mr. and Mrs. Labon Turner. Chandler youths are not taught wield to the request of s o m a

: Estelle Albury, daughter of Mr. I branch ,of pastor.NAACP The will Lakeland be the _--.-._.nnn......._....u.._.__.____.._._._............... I interested persona to bring aboutan
Patricia Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Albury. host to the meeting. Mrs. L. M. end of the conditions noted.

and Mrs. Homer Stafford. Yvonne White, daughter of Mrs. II Butler Is branch president. BARRY MANORThe _- .-___._..._._._.a..a._____ _...._.__...._'.___.___...._________
Eugenia Jones, daughter of Mr. Essis Mae White. I
and Mrs. Spencer Jones. Brenda Scott, daughter of Mr. and A large delegation is expected Great Offer ANDREWS' JEWELERS
Lillie Welch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Johnson. to be on hand from branches
Mrs. Adam Welch. Carolyn Love daughter of Mr. and throughout the state. Rent Reduced KXPBKT A Tell AND
Lavern Lilly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Sam Love. CLOCK REPAIRS

Mrs. George Fowler. Bernestine McGhow, daughter of 1-bedroom apt. only $12 40 Yearn in Du lne lAU
Sandra Cooper, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Minnie McGhow.
and Mrs. Jacqueline daughter of Mr. work guaranteedFP
George Cooper. culvl"r\ 2'bedroom
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Maxine Stevenson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. \livan Culver. apt. only $14 3-0152

and Mrs. Wilbert Stevenson Katrina Gibbs, daughter of Mr, 303 ,
N.W.
2nd Ave.
3200
Phyllis Smith, daughter of Mr., Norma and Mrs.Sands Granville, daughter Gibbs.of Mr I NW 47th St. ........................................NNIN
and Mrs. Eugene Duncombe. I ..I..LA- _. .. .. .. .. . .
and Mrs. Sands -----
Joseph
Betty Jackson daughter of Mr. Jr. 4 4 44 4 4 4 4 4 1
and Mrs. Willie' Thomas. J Ethel and Estelle Larrimore. twin Regular 15c Size

Betty Jones, daughter of Mr. and daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Henry PRIDE HOMES
Mrs. Rufus Jones. Larrimore. ROYAL CROWNMEN'S Inc.
Janett Justice, daughter of Mr. Jannette Strong daughter of Mr. ,
and Mrs. Eugene Justice. and Mrs. Arthur Bentley.
Constance Butler, daughter of Mr. Bottye Laws, daughter of Mrs.
Anna Laws. POMADEWhen
and Mrs. Cecil Butler. r
Roslyn Smith daughter of Mrs. Dorothy Speights, daughter of Mrs.
Dorothy Wilson. Dorothy Speights. I
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Rondalier Sims Annette Hunter, daughter of Mrs. Buy
daughter of
Leola Sims. Mrs. B. M. Monroe. .s._. _____
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Emma Simmons, daughter of Mr. 35c SIZEd 4
Nettie and Mrs.Justice Mose, daughter Scott. of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Simmons. WwLET _

Edith Sanders daughter of Mrs. Lessle Blackshear, daughter of u
Eva L. Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Blackshear ROYAL CROWN
Sandra Glover, daughter of Mr. Rosa Storr, daughter of Mr. an
and Mrs. Chester Glover. Mrs. Alfred Storr.
Marion Lace Walker, daughter' Hattie McDonald daughter of Mrs.
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Walker. Lydia McDonald. HAIR DRESSING
Pauline Waters daughter of Mr. Virginia Carswell, daughter of
and Mrs. Andrew Waters, Sr. Mrs. Willie Mae Carswell.
Mary Avant daughter of Mr. and Maria Taylor daughter of Mrs.
Mrs. John Avant. Etta Mae Taylor.
Louise Coleman, daughter of Mr. Gloria Hepburn daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred Coleman. and Mrs. Baldwin Hepburn.
Harriet Stiles daughter of Leord Dean daughter of Mr. and ,
Mr
and Mrs Robert Stiles. Mrs. Herbert E. Johnson. US BUILD THIS HOME
Oreatha Alexander, daughter of Eunice Johnson, daughter of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Alexander. I and Mrs. George J oh son.
Barbara Jean Hunter daughter of Madeline Squire, daughter of Mr. FOR YOU!
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Bizzard ,and Mrs. Robert L. Sauire. f

Dr.esslerraJ1BLarUcrttdaughter of Lfcurastlne> Mason, daughter of We will build on your lot or find 'lot
Mrs. Edith Ferguson. 'Mr. Emerson Mason. you a

Willie Blanch Daniels, daughter Jane DeGraff daughter of Mr. I
of Mrs. Corine B. Simmons. end Mrs. Theodore P. DeGraff.i From $6,500NO
Dorothy Dials daughter of Mr s. Valeria McPherson daughter of I
Mary E. Dials. I Mr. and Mrs. Dennis McPherson _
Sallie Edwards daughter of Mr. Nathalee Ranming. daughter of I CLOSING COSTS
and Mrs. L. Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Rahming. Grf vow Watt Ode, for Mfl.irownwl .
Sandra Nesbitt, daughter of Mrs. Andrea Woods daughter of Mr. fait Roytl Crow
Josephine! Davis. and Mrs. Sidney Herbert. Pomade for MM Royal Cram ONLY 1 MORTGAGEMODELS
Candaco Ferguson, daughter of Laretta Hill daughter of Mrs. HaIr Dressing for womm...at drug,
Mr. and Mrs. L. Ferguson. Annie G. Hill. food variety and fiiMnl stare!
Maxine Hawkins. daughter of Mrs.I Geraldine Monroe, daughter of Mr. 6345
teas own MOt roe urntno talc ONU. N.W. 27th Ave 1.4745
Carolina Ward. and Mrs. David Monroe. Phone OX
Katie Williams, daughter of Mr. 'Jennie Parks, daughter of Mr. and 13777 S. Dixie Highway CE 5-843
and Mrs. Henry Williams. Mrs. George Parks. Phone
Jane Davis, daughter of Mr. James Juliette LUhtburn, daughter of Miami Times Ads
Davis. Mrs. Edith Smith. BROWARD COUNTY

Antionette GtnUan daughter of 'Jacqueline Williams daughter of 874 S.W. 4Qth Ave. (State Rd. LU 14222AC
Mrs. Valentia Gerdlan. Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Wil Get Fast Results 7)

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
MIAMIANS WIN
Bank Taking ShaDe I
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..* > FAMU POSITIONS PAGE'f
For several weeks BOW, news i schedule. As to the question of
about the newly' organised Jobs for our people, notice for TALLAHASSEE Willie I
Federal has been missing troth i applications will be given within Adams Jr president of Apalachlcola of the Florida w a selected Elks Plan Big Celebration .1
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the papers. The community's expressed the next week AiM University Student Oov.
anxieties have siren tilt k,'
The organizers of the Franklin eminent Association in student Liberty Lodge No. IOU and Day committee. "
to this report. Group, have set July 1 as the elections here last week. Liberty Temple No. 724 will be Bills Emmett Haywood, Mu
The man 1n the street has been target date for opening. Reportsare Adams, a Junior pre.mediclne host and hostess to what they 8.2119; David 0. Tucker, OX:: )
asking: many questions, of which that should everythng go as major, defeated Weniell Mobley, expect to be the largest gather. 1-9926; DewW Johnson, Fit
the smoothly from In 5S4 to 286. James Woodman tog of Elks of ID FOB of W assembled 4-8828; Cecil Barr, chairman.
following are only a few: pow on as '
they have gone In the past the edged Clarence Holmes, Madison in South, Florida for Daughters Francis Turner.
I, "How is the new bank coming Institution will open on schedule, 224 to 223 for vice presi Elks Day celebration Sunday. I' NA 4-2271; Victoria Johnson,
along?" and "Where i I. it going dent. Woodard Is from Miami.In April 29. Every Elk lodge an d Marie Doraett, OX 1.4217; Doro... I''
to be located or, "Will there The community can be proud other student elections, temple, pact exalted rulers coun.ell. 1 thy William, NA 42271. Gran
be any jobs for the people of that its efforts at first class Gladys Gary of Ocala won over past daughter rulers coun. 'vllle Clare, exalted ruler; Mae"Wood
our community?" citizenship have not all been of two other candidates for "Queenof ell, Junior herd and marching Tucker, daughter ruler.
a nature to receive. This bank Orange and Green Day." Miss. units from West Palm Beaih to mvMMMMB MMMMMI MM* f;
tervtiew We were this able to gain an In. may well prove that the Negroin Gary had 387 votes. Marie Alfordof Key West are expected: to be Fashion TeaThe
week with /Doctor Dade County had something Miami, was runner.up withnt. here for this great affair. All ,
Nathaniel Colston, vice president to give. The main stream Horace Whltfleld, Winter other fraternal organization, : Bethany Junior Academy
of
of the institution, who had thla Home and School Association is
\ American life will not be Haven, defeated Henry Latimer social clubs and other groups
, to say when some of these ques. reached until something is done Jacksonville 504-197 In the race are Invited to take a part or be presenting a unique Easter
': dons were posed for him Said about the for King of O&G Day our guests for the day Fashion Tea on Easter at the
economics of the
t'l Dr. Colstons: "The progress of 'Robert Harris was unopposedfor academy auditorium, 6001, NE
problem. This is
our new venture Is coming along a beginning. the position of editor of the An elaborate program has 25th ave., 4.6 p.m. featuringtote
In fine tyle. As a matter of fact, Negro students not in high FAMUAN, student newspaper been arranged for your pleasure, children and teenagers. This
J we are about to complete the school can look to a broader He baa been sports editor for I with a giant parade as a feature !Is an affair you cannot afford to
e second major assignment given to horizon when they enter collegeas the past two years. Bards (to. attraction. For reservation and miss. Spend Easter evening with ,I
\ us by the Home Loan Dank they prepare themselves for from Lakeland. further information contact Elks ua. !" '
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Board, that of procuring one the opportunities which are
thousand signed pledges from bound to their
come way. Too rf
, the community, totalling a mil. long have they been clrmucented -,--- ':
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' lion dollar" an area accented as "the Negro's ---- : IHi
To a question of our own place" In a democracy one's I '
;, "Would you say that the com. place Is where one's ability and .
; munlty has welcomed the oppor training fits him for. ::

tunity to have a bank In their '
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own area? The vice president '"
; : had this to say: Girl Scout Spring

: I "Our experience has been more
I than a mere how of enthusiasm Fashion ShowThere I'I
: by our people, there has been 1 I
'if expressed: a desire to get In will be a Spring Fashion
\( the ground floor of the finest on Show and Tea Sunday, April 29,

tern since thing Senior the which creation High has School.happened of Northwee.here NW and at 4 Mrs 45th p.m.street.Leon on the Armstrong patio of, 1371 Mr 1' l OOrn W@aD I: I


This writer has done The Fashion Show is sponsor
> of his own, and some find that research Scouts ed by the p. E. Patrol of Girl : oornrolIDw I tl

the good doctor is essentially! Troop 409, Miss Lydia
Fields
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patrol leader. The
'I 1 correct. Individuals with whom I ceeds will be used for pro. J
have Day Camp 'I
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.: sire of spoken impatience., even They exhibit want a de.to fees A unique for the program enttre patrol.) has been [F@OOI

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a Bonded Special '0>ricer. Department of Public Safety, Spec. you answer the question correctly, Carnation will pay

'ial Deputy Constable of tie First District of Dade County and for all the groceries you purchased: on that shopping
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a member of the National Sheriff's Association. In addition trip! :

Bill" Sharp has successfully operated the Federal Detective Who knows where the mystery shopper will be next? '

Agency( for 7 years in Dade County serving both Retail and Who knows when he win select you-at your store!

wholesale Merchants of Dade and Broward Counties, la their There's a Carnation mystery shopper in your dty.

business problems. your ndghborhood-rifht howl! EVAPOMTED
W. E. "Bill" Sharp reside with his wife, Maxine at (5
Have Carnation in shopping bag the
your healthy
N.W. 124th St. Your 'vote for him will assure you good service .
family milk! The milk with extra Vitamin D to help :
Integrity and efficiency. Ask any of his clients past or present, o .
your children: build sound teeth and bones.The richer, i
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SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1962 Base $6,300,000, McCoy Air' Base,, $3S ,OOO" 'aII 5 Elgin 'fry Ute SATELlittB iN A ittrr* tA>tkUl

Air Force Base, $282,000. fob tt change ofl 19xt; dlt
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if .. .. Ourselves OIL? 18 rJif.
tareAiL .The people shift met
325,700 On The Jab hfcre m\.M me.n:1.: ., A "aYi tjce IlsM |
Manager Harry Tyson of the Florida state piriploy- PLO.having A ball. Ddr eHt&r.taimn'ont .
pl l in : .is a new concept In this
menu Service reports! 325,700. bet> n6W employed
town. Go for It, jou'll like It.
:mow Dade CoUhty.. which is the highest nUWber reported in
history for the Baffld period;
fata Wtlle' at 6740 N.W. 10th A.nnue-P.hooe OX 1.0.21 the .Increase: comes ,because of a very good tourist AMATEUR NIGHT
L ra1re1! W 1112 N.W. Third Ave, Miami Florida; -Phono FU 38830_ '
!-- feea&oh< new Industrie\ and fcbnstructi'on work. Liberty Theater'
KEEVES, Btlitor and Publisher 0" *
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GARTH C. KEKVK8,Managing Editor Vfe DditoV ,and Mrs. 'Reeves are; graceful for floWers, Every Tuesday Nite

Kntered as Second Claw Matter, August 0, MT, at the Post Office> telegrams, cards and calls received in recognition of If you sing dance or'* del l
at Miami, Florida, under the act Of March 8, 187* their 52ftd 1 Wedding anniversary. They 'certainly hcIt d

SUBSCRIPTION HATES to bUr happiness; .. ,... .. .,.... .,. .,.._Register at .Box.(ffic8BARK1EY
ONE YEAR *5 00 SIX MONThs $3.00 FOttEWN '" k,.'" 'O'I.o.' i I

' Member-of the Associated Negro ;< JUST 6ROWSIN' 'S CUt-RATE STORE
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Asaociatkar .
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By Paul It. U'> nr 7 .." .. .
The Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
The Lord is Risen? ... c..
Christ 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376
The day, The;' no question about the
commemorate
April 22 is faster we
Sunday,
United States being the sportiest THIS SUNDAY, APRIL 22 IS EASTER
our Lord's Ressurrec.tioi'u; country In the world. Just fancya
It is a glorious occasion for millions and millions of baseball player. could be sold Easter Baskets 40f to 2.08 Don't forget your films
Christians the world over, nay, for the whole world. for a cool million dollars. No. Deluxe NaJlnola 1.00 Polaroid and picture rolls

Some of us might not glorify Him, yet He died and wonder prisoners Castro at Is up bartering to $100,000or Cuban ,Incense Candles Alna Tranquil 1.08J.o.Ke.No

rose again, ,that all mankind might be saved. more .piece.And Sets Hair Goods and ,Ribbons
We could write nothing as important or interestingas whop this ball player Jilcach and Glow
Combs
Straightening 70
the following taken fromjthe: Oth Chapter ,ot St. Why Francisco none Giants other than centerflelder the San, Cream 75* combs 79$$

John's Gospel. Willie Maya. It bll.45'recently Use
I Gifts of descriptions. our layaway
The first day of .the week cometh Mary Mngdalene I come to light that the St. Louis OPEN DAILY & SUNDAY 8 A.M. to 10 '.l\I.
early, when it was yet dark, unto the sepulchre. Then she Cardinals six years ago made
such an offer and were turned JOHN A. McMINN, Owner
runneth, and cometh to Simon Peter, and to the other down.

disciple whom Jesus loved, and said unto them, They One of our new, clubs, the Mets I --- -
have taken away' the Lord out of the sepulchre and we is said to have offered the Giants 1 -- -
$650,000 for Willie, but he ,snot
know not where they have laid Him. Peter therefore for' trade, or sale, at the GEORGETTE
went forth, and that other disciple, and came to the present time anyway.
:sepulchre. So they ran both together and the other dis-
diciple( did outrun Peter' and came first to the sepulchre.And available There are for 1,000 those who or more are cap.jobs Tea Room & Guest HouseThanks

, he, stooping down and looking in, saw the linen able of filling them.If .
clothes lying; yet went he not in. Then cometh Simon you are qualified as a clerk, its many friends for condolence+ in behalf l>>

Peter following him, and went into the sepulchre, and electrician collector, ,stenographer you should, be typist ableto of the late Georgette Campbell..
seeth the linen clothes lie, and the napkin that was get work. We hope to continue serving you in the ftihird
about his head, not lying with the linen clothes, but Also wanted are chamber maids, as in the past. The business is managed by ner
wrapped together in a place by itself. Then went in also bellmen, waiters rOn and bartenders. nephew,

the .other diciple. which came first to the,sepulchre, and Tuesday the head of the JIMMIE ALDRIDCE
he saw, and believed. For as yet they knew not the scrip State Development Committeeand
ture, that He must rise again from the dead. Then the County School Superlnten. 2540 N.W. 51st Street NE 4-9340(
made recommendations for fin.
disciples went away again unto their own home." gerprinting all state meployees as MIAMI. 42, FLORIDA
a means of keeping sex offenders
out of public jobs
Negroes Get OpportunitiesThe
West Palm Beach went ahead .
Administration has put on a drive to see that of us this week when they elect.
more Negroes and Indians are given employment in the ed a Negro F. Malcolm Cunning. THE DADE ,COUNTY YOUNG
the Interior. in the National ham as & Councilman. In Riviera,
of
Department Particularly so he polled 54 more votes than
Park Service. his white opponent, J. A. Flah. DEMOCRATIC ASSOCIATIONPRESENTS
They recently sent a team to recruit 50 college stu erty. Congratulations.Easter .

dents and a faculty from 34 Negro colleges in the South comes late this year. ITS
and as far West as Ohio. The next time it comes as late
As a result the Department selected 50 Negroes to wIll' be April 22, in the year Ninth Annual .
be assigned to duties in National Parks this summer. 2000.

Thirty-five alternates were picked for possible assignment .
to summer time posts. BASE BALLERS Calendar Tea ". .
After the hall have
game
Stuart L. Udall, secretary of the Interior, declaredas meet at the SATELLITE yourparty 7'SL 04.
disgraceful the Park Service situation in the employ LOUNGE Sportsmen agree- Sunday, April 29 -'4:00 p.in?
ment of Negroes. This was after he had learned that no and too will you that, our
Negroes were on the services permanent staff of 474 rang a howe good has get the together.Satellite atmosphere. for FIESTA ROOM MARY ELIZABETH HOTEL

ers. Lounge 642' N.W. 2nd Avenue
Only two executive positions were said to be occupied 6223 N.W. 7th Are.
by Negroes, one as chief historian at George Wash. DON'T MISS THE TEA OF THE YEAR!
ington Carver Memorial Monument in Missouri, and the
other at Independence Hall, Philadelphia.A 'JIJf,16uft/ from: -

Negro historian was at Gettysburg National BOSTON LOS ANGELES -
Battlefield, but he returned to the teaching profession.
Secretary Udall has directed the Park Service to LONDON CHICAGO Primary Election_ May 8,: 1962
find a variety of park employment opportunities for Indians
this year.Summertime.
work in national parks is a favorite for PULL ,
high school and college students. Negroes will now be
able to participate.
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County Manager Irving McNayr;reports that DadeCounty NO.
has spent $165,000 for medical care of Cuban
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refugees during the past 13 monts, and that the cost'will L
be more than $300,000 for the next year. 44-A I
The government assistance program for Cuban ref.
ugees amounts to only 58 per cent of the actual cost of ;i

treatment, the remaining 42 per cent is carried. by Dade Accurate
taxpayers says McNayr.

At a Commissioners ,meeting on Tuesday, the coun- Complete ELECTRAY' __
ty manager and Attorney Darrey Davis were authorizedto __
ask the federal government to take care of all or most International News Covcroga ,, _

of the medical care cost. --------------- ,
addition. to Jacksog. Memorial, Mt. Sinai, St. FrancIs The Christian Selene Monitor
One Norway St.. Boston t 13,MOM.
Mercy and; Variety Hospitals give medical care to
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refugees and are' paid by the goVernment. Send your newspaper for the time '
checked. Enclosed find check
my
From Washington comes news that the House on money order. Q 1 year $22. or BRADLEYCONSTABLE
Tuesday approved expenditure of $24,466,000 for con Q 6 months fit Q 3 months $5.50

struction work in Florida., ,
Key West gets $563,000 'for tre Naval Station, and Name
$2,516,000 for the Naval Air Station. Penaacola gets DISTRICT 2

$130,000 for the Naval Air Station and $5,200,000 for hIdmI Pd.Pol.Adr.

Naval Air Medical Center. Jacksonville Naval Air Station CIty zone
$1310,000, Cecil Field Naval Air Station. $490,000, .\

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Adam THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA : k
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SATURDAY r APRIL 21, 1062 .,,' PAGE 5CLOWNS Everyone is invited, to an Evening of Fun &t die, ,iJ

Answers Critics Ball. ,.f-
Annual Cabaret
PLAY AT We!! seaso'n.re; celebrating their Omega a ,v ,
33rd as the top attraction on
;year '
Washington-Rep. Adam Clayton the barnstorming circuit. On occasion .. Thursday, .April 26 .. ,;: :;
Powell answered critics this week STADIUM TUES. the Clowns are noted for ':*4'.' ',.:A '.' ,:, '
about his beautiful young Puerto Screwball Dobo Nick. their great ,baseballability and .AT ,THE KING 05 HEARTS CLUB *f r'
Rican .wife Yvette, being on his Diamond proof of this is found in the fact '
payroll while she is in her native erson Screwball, ex-big leaguer of baseball and ,popular will- that one ,of their 'former playersIs "flfr'*.'*,Dancing and Show ;\f;
Puerto Rico awaiting a baby. well known In the major
Powell said it isn't a secret that appear In person at the Miami leagues. Not for his clowning ADVANCE' $1.25 AT THE DOOR $1.60
April 24 at
Stadium Tuesday,
on
his 31-year-old bride is on his office ability either hU name? -
payroll at $12,500 a year, and 8:30: pm"MIxing Hank Aaron. JO til Breakfast ,..;',
that she is earning her salary. comedy chores with ......... ,.. ,... /I ___ ) ) p.m. (.' '',
The Congressman said his wife, other diamond its
whom he married in December, when the fabulous entertaJners'l :
1960 after his divorce from jazz Clowns, referred to as the "liar. t t'REDUCED
pianist Hazel Scott, is handling lem Globetrotters of Baseball' I "
much of his i NEW HOMES r;::;
correspondence( while cross bats with the crack barn I S
being under the care of h.r per storming N. Y. Stars In what IT '., \(,
sonal physician in Puerto Rico viewers describe a,* the greatestand '3BEDROOMXBATH, $17,000 FULL PRICE "X 1, :
"I have more than 100,000 Span funniest, baseball funshow.
ish-speaking people in my district," $I,00OpOWN $98 MONTH S
he said "and I get a lot of mail. This sports spectacular Is for "
It's all sent to her and she answers the benefit of Brownsville Community 4-BEDROOM 2 BATH $18,000 FULL PRICE '
it for me. But I maintain no office Center building fund DOWN MONTH
there." Rev. V. Doan, chairman M e 4 + $1,000 $105

Powell said his wife would return Of all teams professional!; base. Corner 8th Ave. at 56th Street \ ,
ball none has excited the Imagination $
to Washington after the
or proven more enter.
stay baby's on birth my payroll and( "she's" going to taming than the Clowns, who For appointment call PL 7.6663 or JE 1.5973

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bargains.
see easy to buy help you

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The Greater Miami Chapter ,
their search for the gifted and talented youth to the preschool I
t S A C
and elementary school levels by presenting the

Mells Sisters, the youngest trio of pianists, guitarists, and
vocalists, in concert recently at Northwestern Senior High 1. 2997 N.W. 64th St. 'J.i. >. $300 down

School Auditorium to a standing room only audience of bedroom home ., '
the set. Bus and loa-ds of children came from "
younger car
2. 2120 NW 50th St. $495 down
the four corners of the county including Broward County
in this 1 dt 4-bedroom large house with an extra lot I
with teachers, parents, and principals cooperating

cultural event. 3. 819 NW 45th St. $450 down ,

During intermission, the Bob-0-Links presented the Nice, clean CBS home "1}

,Melts Sisters with nosegay bouquets. Reading from left ." '
to right, Carol Davis, Kennedy A. Mumford Jr., Cheryl- 4.2128 NW 44th Street $450 down $62 month yj

Mells Richard Blue Rhoda Mells Bernard Welters
Lynne -
5. 3001 NW 67th Street $400 down $68 month
and Adrienne Mells.
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"Hawaiian Cocktail Extravaganza"SPONSORED
8. 2131 NW 49th Street $300 down $80 month: (':

BY THE MISS JUNE HOSE BENNETT 3-bedroom home
Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Den.n .
Alpha Chi Pi Omega Sorority "tt Sr, of 314 Amelia Street, S .
Key Wet, with to announce the I
Sunday April 29th engagement of their daughter I II
June Rose to Alvin C. Harrfoon, We have others i
over 400
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BAYFRONT AUDITORIUM (Gulfstream Room) "
Petersburg, Virginia who Is now
stationed: aboard the USS Bush. We are open Saturday and Sunday, tool!
Time: 7 til IS: Hawaiian Oocktall 7 W 8 '
nell Miss AS-15 Bennett In Key Is a West graduate of Call.. and we will pick you up to see the home ., ,

Guest Celebrities Dancing Douglass High School, ,class of '? Si
59, and a graduate of' Florida
Hair and Hat Fashion Door Prizes Business College, class of '61,
'. JaeksonTllle. FORD REALTY Inc.
Trip to Nassau Clock Radio Flash Camera Mr. Harrison I Is a' graduate of ',

Peabody High School, class of ,
worsen NEED NOT BE PRESENT Vs. I,
67, Petersburg, ,
FUND $2.00 The wedding date has been set 5524 NW 7th Ave. PL 7.2559,,,
BENEFIT SCHOLARSHIP for June 24, at Neuman M thod.st Ji
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LYKES LB.
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Picnics 29*
FRYERS 25C
FIRST CUT LB
GRADE" LB. Pork Chops 350

Hen turkeys 29C IN THE PIECEBOLOGNA 290

CENTER CUT LB.
Pork Chops 59C HYGRADE LB.
,HICKORY, SLICED BAG SAUSAGE 29Bacon *
SMOKED SMALL PIG POUND
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CHOCOLATE COVERED 3 Lb. Bag
Broths 1 Ib I Another Service Has Been Added At McIntosh
Welters; Notary Public On Duty
Cherries 49o APPLES 350*
From Nine A.M. To Five P.M.
PET RITZPumpkin LB

3 for $1.00 Pies EGGS 3 doz. $1.00 BANANAS 10*

SILVER RIVER No.2 Can BORDEN'S-TALL CAN Plantain

Pineapples MILK 3 for 390 Bananas 5* lh
2 for 390
PILLSBURY-PLAIN OR SELF RISING 5 LBS. H Shurtine or Cedar Rock
Ice MANOR Cream HOUSE-Y GALLON 49* FLOUR 2 for $ Peaches 25'

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We Cash Payroll Check 0 Cold Beer At All Times $ Open 24 Hours A Day

HILL'S BROS.ALL GRINDS LB. SWEET
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SHURFIN&-QUART Biscuits 3 for 251

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA


r SOCIAL SECURITY I SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1962 PAGE tBROWARD I

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RSn S 11 1.CAMYx 'the footwwhlng ceremony as In'

,etltuted by Christ
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EEL.: I Good Friday veneration of the

Ant nI r.a.rr.r..sy uarr 1 Cross and Maes of the Pre-San
tlflcation with Communions 8p.m

FINDERT1IM OX changes Evensong prayer will be
Tliere've been some
COUNTYlly read by the layreader at 1:45
A made! i
t p.m. Holy Saturday: Sacrament
We live in a world of constant ; of Penance 12 noon; Easter day
"CANADIAN StJ S.T" change changes in the weath.er .
POLITICAL POT IS I NEWS 1 Feast of the Ressurectlon of Our
THE FlllST TIME I saw Dot in learning to use new pro. I Lord: Matins at 10 a.m. con.
BOILING!
If uncertain to ita Dudley at the organ this was ducts even in the changes In. ducted by the layreader,.
you are my request. She still remember. volved in the day to day pro. I I 1-
taste, don't fret, conditions are She and hubby Mop have con. cess of growing older. Many of WALTERUoWRThe Solemn Festal procession' and

looking drive good had That a recent lot of regls.tratlon spiceto tinued to flare up William l1arrla' the changes are for the better.In I =-I sung Eucharist with Incense 11
followed the and
Satellite a.m., by blessing
popular Lounge on some.
it. If don't think it did 1961, there were "
you is' her distribution of eggs at Easter
just look about you. Out here 7th ave. Your in request and hi changes In the social security law C. W J[. Fire Departmentmet
in Liberty City the fire ta really When pleasure.Earl Drop Grant thrilled say the< which mow hffcct :\'(\1and your last Monday night at the I .'
blazing. Just about every vacant show plans fur the futuie. These Chamber of Commerce Building FAMILY NIGHT AT
that attended Ms
store space is occupied with po. many the changes tend to make it easierf" President Blatch gave the Jun. WALKUll
at
weekends
here for two
l.tical campaign headquarters.The '' "p"\- > "'rn" "."oHa', security of a Junior fire
ed. The nucleus
Hampton House, Miami's most In this modern of .
age .pacewht'n
drive must have had more benefits. Among the changes department was organized. The
outstanding, I greeted Vick Cole man Is constantly being
than without credit these: at
were
expect
taste to candidates will have Its initiation
man of American Tobacco Co. group separted from his family' for numerous 1
ed. It really should be commend. of work the next meeting on April 30.
accompanying pretty Llllle Moore 1. The amount required reasons, the Walker Play
cd for the persons working in also the Raymond Heastles, Dr. to qualify for benefits is Pdesident Blatch gave the Jun. ground Directors find it necessary .

various headquarters not to men. and Mrs. Warren Welters, Catherine not as much as was needed before I lor firemen an interesting lee- to devote one night of rec
tlon the great contact it gives McCartney Mrs. Willie M.I the change in the law. There ture on fire fighting Business reatlon to the family. Games on

Ui3 with the parties seeking of. Roundtree, Louise Williams, the was no change, however, in the Manager O'Neal Johnson report., a competitive basis will allow
lice Personally, I am thrilled to Vernon Williams, Sonny Watkins, requirement that no one may I ed that progress is being made for father and son! and mother
know they have given it consid. Mr and Mrs. James Rutherford, draw social security benefits with, toward the purchase of a new and daughter to compete against

oration and are out here withinour The Stephens, Dr. and Mrs. Mil out credit for at least six quarters fire truck each other. There are lots of fun j

area. ton White, the Vaughn Jacobs, (about 1% years) of work to be had and children will thrill ..
You know, it's nothing like and Mr. and Mrs. William John. under social security. The South Broward VFW Poet to the excitement of watching the ',.,
knowing people seeing and chat. I son. 8195 will hold Its Installation on parents do things that make
tine with them. Now is the time. PB 2. Retired men may now April 26, 8 p.m. at the Masonic them seem like children again \"

We e-nthe-m-OD TV, on cards, choose to start drawing social "Temple on Pembroke Road but the most Important factor 1*
poaters and hear them on radio UOItSKY JUNIOR High& PTA I security benefits as early as age to devote one night each week
but to have them in person in Tea and Fashion Show in the 62 if they are willing to accepta Star Lodge No. 542 will aclvitles with the faintly
our midst is another thing. auditorium April 24 will start reduction in the amount of hold its regular meeting April
Surely, with such contact and its calendar of events for '62. the benefit. The amount of the I 20 at the Masonic Temple on
personal interest In our vote Willie Scott claims the event to reduction is five.ninth of one Pembroke Road.Worshipful Members of the Adult Sew'lng
should let you know they are be most colorful and expect coop. per cent for each month a benefit Craft and Millinery classes will
for you, by coming to you That's eratlon from all will be paid after he reaches age Master Clarence show off the creation made1in

good. Don't you agree? II PBCYNTHIA I 65. Persons between ages 62 Johnson, Deputy 11111 and her the classes during the pant: six.
PB liETHEL, Liberty and 65 who are not employed and husband of 20th et. and 60th teen weeks of Instructions at

Square Project clerk Is wearingan whose wages are low, may wantto av*., Carver Ranches, attendedthe Sunland Park Recreation Center (
THIS IS THE TIME of year engagement ring given her inquire about how this change Masonic Grand Lodge In Easter at 3 p.m. ";
Delta Sigma is busy planningand Jacksonville this week.Bowe'e ;t,
by Arthur Cole of Fincher Motors would affect them personally
the local.
from
select.ng And word is out that Judge
for classes of 1962 girls who Henderson, Longshoreman In. I I 3. Another Important changeis Barber Shop and All members of tko various

be presented as debutantes. len'l ternatlonal vice pres., and Glo. the method of considering a Eleanor's Beauty Salon wish clubs of Sunland Park will take ,
mating this affair is the ria Mazon, Dr. Dazelle Simpson's beneficiary's earnings that are everyone a very happy Easter a part In the Egg decorating ;
and Debutante Cotillion at Bay. over $1,200 for the taxable year. contest t. be conducted at the
have been married for
front Park auditorium May 4 three nurse,weeks The Carl Han- Under the law, $1 will be with. I I I Services St,Ann's Eplsco. center Friday, April 20 at 4 p.m. )

If you haven't attendedone nas (Mizl/e) celebrated their held in benefits for each $2 pal Church, Rev. Father John F. All eggs entered mint be blown "
of Dade County Young 15th anniversary Tuesday. earned from $1,200 to $1,700.1| Moore, vicar: Maundy Thursday, out. No boiled eggs will be Judg. I
Democrat Association Calendar PB This means that for more people Sacrament of Penance 6 a.m.: ed. Prizes will be given to the

Teas you'll have a chance come they can get more 'per> year in Sung Eucharist with lucerne and prettiest decorated egg, display
April 29, its their 9th at :Mary PITY THE Igor Negroes in combined earnings and social solemn procession to the Altar of that tolls the best story and the

Elizabeth Fiesta Room Sts. the Laundry and Dry Cleaning security benefits. Because this Repose 7:30: p.m, followed by most original design.
Union who are getting deposed
Ann.Margaret chapter of the relaxation in the law all per. I
bus union president W. O,
SCW had changed the date of sons who are 64, or older, shouldfile
Frailer for their new president.Frailer .
l' its "Fashions In Orbit" to May kept Negroes out of bus an application if they have Member of I Hal cult Miami Hjn-ingn Cluunbwr of OonUI1 ''
11. You'll also see MlamiTen done
not already .110. Ne''t
for 22
the driver jobs in his union
Best Dressed Women at
years. Only' Metro let them qualify The changes listed above are
House Villa
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PB Results From Junior plans. Visit your local social security .
office for accurate information \
A CARD in (the mull. invites
of on how the new provl. TOPS IN ROOF CLEANING
us' to. Sigma 'Alpha Chapter ;
Omega Psi Phi fraternity's an. Olympics at JESCA sions may affect you. ,

nual Cabaret Ball at the King AND PAINTING
0' Hearts Club Thursday, April Last Sunday's special! event at dropping marbles Into a small

26, benefit goes into their 'kitty the James E. Scott Community hole In top of a cigar box. "
funds Miami Center was the thrilling and exciting The toss made
for scholarship << ring was by PLASTICOTE WHITE is used exclusively by
Tuskegee Alumni chapter is Junior Olympics in this lowing deck tennis ring around

sponsoring a round trip to Nassau area. The boys and girls tested the legs of chairs. The bean bag WHITE TOP
affair. If you'll care to really : their locomotive abilities In! the throw was the throwing of beanbags I I f:

help this group In its scholarship I olympics Into small circles outlined

drive just contact any mem. i Altogether, about 76 of them on the ground, !I FREE ESTIMATES EASY TERMS

bet Bill Robinson and the took part in activities scheduled Bat-a-ball was keeping a softball
Quails after four weeks on Jazzy from 2:30 p.m. until 4:30p.m, in the air as long a possibleby MU 5.2543

Red's entertainment card are ;dun The purpose of these exceptional batting it and not allowing it A-21
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for road bookings under the activities was to teat how well to hit the ground. The eighth I

Claxton Tours those participating could do and final activity was plclc.a.
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THEY AIIE TALKING about tht Fapplaye Ltherof( folded and required to place his
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that grand Orchid Ball the Zeta were the discus throw performedby or her fore finger on the archery
Phi Beta Sorority and Phi Deta using a paper plate. The free target.
Work In New YorkMaids
Sigma fraternity bloomed at throw contest was done by bouncing
Bayfront Park audit last Friday a volley ball into a wastepaper The winning team was award.
Beau. basket The backward ed ribbons.! They were Lester
evening Dade County
ticlana Unit 49 Spring Fashion Jump was performed by Jumping Dell, Jimmy Willis, Robert lie, I
and Mother's Cooks
and Hair Style, April 29 along backward as far as possible. The burn Dobby Willis and George Helpers,

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
NAAOP Membership
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T = r I Dinner PostponedDue PAGE 8 SATURDAY APRIL 21, 1962(

to unforswn circumstances
the. Miami branch Membership

to have kt koCf'dInner been held on scheduUed Thursday Iti
night April 19. has been .TY
postponed to the evening. of May
10. I ... '-"ftI8.,..

The Membership committee Mul.I of OX 1.7959 22nd Ave and 69th
the ..branch, Mrs. Marian St
I drove, chairman, has annuonced THURSDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAYr
that the dinner will be held at
the same place as previously
H 1 I scheduled, Ebenezer Methodist
Church 1042 NW 3rd ave. Ser-
v res will start at 7 p.m., and
the donation will be $2.50. Further
details will be forthcomingIn ;
A\, r a later Issue of this paper.


... ... WEST HOMESTEADThe
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exhibit which
North Dade. DCTera Trainingat Many fine girls and boys are conservation
at the school on
Jackson Memorial Hospital is was displayed I
helped In through
many ways be rewardingfor
Feb. 19 proved to I
the theme of this picture takenon
the this program. Parents of 10th West Homestead. A fourth !
hospital lawn.
and 11th grade students should prize of $50 was given; to the
Left to right they are: Mae investigate the many possibilities school and Redland Junior High
that exist for their children I
Rene Taylor Nora Walker and who shared the honor. The contest
through membership in DCT. 7th
Doris Helm These young ladlesare was sponsored by the
training on-the-Job as mem. grade basic education classes,
ben of the Diverslged Coopera. Mr*. BrassfleW, Delores Hart and .
tire Trainglng Program at North See you Thursday, April i Mrs M. M. McHenry were the
Dade High School In Opa Lock. sponsors of thte group. Many i ? 0
Placement are made by DanielR. 26 at the Big Omega Cabaret projects were made by other
Francis who Is the teacher. classes to help make this contest I
Coordinator at the school. Ball. a succes.
Mrs. Yvonne Brae:'field! basic
education teacher, was WQAM's
"Teacher of the Day" March
on
Bobby Marshall does it again! 16. On April 11 Mrs. Barbara

STARTING WED. MAY 2 Thomas physical education
teacher also rnJoyed this honor.
AT THE Both ladles received beautiful
orch'ds! through the complimentsof
station WQAM and Exotic
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Newly elected officers for
PTA for the coming year are: I
Mrs Ida Robinson, president;
Mrs. Rebecca McKay vice; Mrs .. ----....

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A natural color photoscope (key chain) picture, than record al Cil'tUit Court Judge, having ruled on more

with every paid order of ; 1,100 cases without a reversal.

$4.50 or more-on EASTER PICTURES ATTORNEY had this GENERAL OF flORIDA RICHARD ElVIN
to lay about Judge Phillip Goldman ..
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Young Demos 9th THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

Calendar Tea I SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1962 AGE 9 I


April ..27 Personal Mention Phalanx. Teaf s ,

Tha Mule Datn.ocrntlc .t
County Young
Asociatipn will 8r-8 George L. Johnson The Phalanx Club iq having ;
Its 9th ,Annual. Calendar "sponsor'Tea' "t son of Mrs Matilda Johnson and Ilea at the Bethany' JuniorAcademy ,
tha 'fiesta Room of the the late. Joseph Johnson of 1440 Auditorium, 5001 NW 1
Elizabeth Hotel,' Sunday, Aptll Mary NW 56th' st., is currently assigned 25th aye,, April 20i'>>; 4.6 p.m.
29 to Co. B 63rd OM Bn (D3)), Kenneth Wllllama will be the
from 4, .to .6 p,m. j I"I"Tee .
speaker. The publ1cf Is'JnvJted.
public f ia, urged to bo Fort Lee, Yirgln'a, home of the
present to get ;.Jntorma lon d Quartermaster Training Com .
mand. W. O.
real estate investment and the PerryReelected
future of the community
Lester Pancoast,
outstand. '
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ing leader and qualified,'expert 'In W. 0. Perry state president of
,1 the attains of the city, will ad. 4. What you may get for your the Florida Association of Elks
dress the gathering. .'. property. was re-elected to succeed himself
'Get all of your answers onti: I I 6. Urban Renewal Planning by with a standing ovation from
1. Expressway South from Miami. and' Metro. the delegates present. The 1963
29th $t. i I 6. Your citizens participationin meeting will be held In March in
:4 2. When will you have to all these matters .Winter haven.L .
,move Mrs. Evelyn Carter is Tea I
S. Where you may want to; chairman! Samuel Moncur, pres. .-

:: I II I move. (relocation planning.) ident ,and Mtes Ruby Carter secretary .


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May at Twilight at Cassandra Barnett, daughter/ \
of Mrs. Charles Barnett; Lamont
Jackson's Toddle InnA Speight, eon of Mr. and Mrs. f Hour Service
Alton Speights; A nth 0 n y
king, a queen, a prince, a Shirley, son of Dr. and Mrs. Ed.
princess, crown bearers and win Shirley; Linda Robinson,
dancers will be dancing into daughter of Dr.
'and Mrs. Van
apace on the court of Jackson's Robinson: Gregory Evans, son of Beautiful Dry CleaningAnd
Toddle Inn Friday, May 1. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Evans;
The contestants for the May Fredne Speight, daughter of Mr. Pressing ,. A
King and Queen contest are: and Mrs. Isaac Spedghts
Vernell Edgecombe, son of Darwin Johnson, son of Mr ALL WORK GUARANTEED- -
Mr. and Mrs. Mlntez Reed; PrinceA. and Mrs. Joseph Johnson; Ed.
Williams, son of Mr. and ward Kearson, son of Mr. and *
Mrs. Prnlce A. Williams Sr; Mrs. Elwood Kearson; Willto
Angela Lynch, daughter of Mr. Wright, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. !Pops Cleaners .
and Mit. William Lynch; Otis W. Wright; Tyrone Prince, eon a
Tarpley Jr., son of Mr and Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Prince. 1412 Northwest Third Avenue
Otis Harpley; Theresa Brown, The public is cordially invited 1/.. "j-
daughter of Mrs. Mable Brown. to attend this fabulous affair, *
Debra Sanford, daughter of I and we. are asking that you sup NASSAU CLYDE KILLENS
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sanford; port your favorite contestant. Son Cleaners .
Catherine McKham, daughter of Says thanks a million to all t,
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert McKham; NOTICE I 1047 Northwest Third Avenue $ -, of the fine patrons who attended
Patricia: Moss, daughter of Mrs. The SATELIJK LOUNGE ha .1 and enjoyed his re-
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Primus Sr.; Arnold Joy- never A cover charge. Always a Strand Cleaners Killens says it was another
mr. son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold pleasant atmosphere. Nice successful affair and thanksall

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Jimmy Reeves, Herb Malloy Workers Victims
Garth Reeves, Red Harris and a Negro
PAGE'' 10 SATURDAY,..APRIL_ 21, 1962 I heap of fine chick.

..... -...- _. Of Union Discrimination
OVER IN THE Edison Center
makes the statement after seeing America's Negro worker is tices are Negroes. Detroit has
a sign on a post "I'm going to I deal.
getting a raw
that Moslem meeting". she sez not one Negro among 370 in an
Around Miami "If you do, you stay there cause I He's being excluled from many apprentice program conducted
Ii'i' I'm not gonna have you coming kinds of skilled Jobs, held downin Jointly by the Automotive Tool
home telling me White folks other kinds and by the very and Die :Manufacturers Association .
ain't no good." unions that should be doing the and the United Auto Work.
: By DAVE BONDU most to help him. Industries and ers Union.
government agencies too have Federal and state agenc'rs!
Want to know how Butterballlost joined what amounts to a three. help to promulgate the dlscrlml.
so much weight? Well, here's way conspiracy to keep Negroes nation by financial support of
-
a tip for fat men. Buy a boat with in the lowest Jobs at the poorestpay
\\HAi Aiiu WORDS? Words!: ie! Carr, who was eo great last vocational training programs,
me power. They sing, they hurt, yee't' that she was held over. 1\: trailer. Everytime you go fish- with the least chance of pro' now totaling more than 200 mil
the boat in
they teach, they canctlfy. They 'onight, Saturday and Sunday, ng ho you water.have to No dump don't lose motion. lion dollars.

me man's first immeasurable lot Papa Turner and hi* family Height by dumping you the boat These changes are made in the Federal officials estimate
liberated u. 1th Bobby Marshall as M. C.
of magic. They May Reader's Digest by veteran
feat .t's putting it back on the trailer some five million craftsmen will
and our barbaric 'rank DuBolso and his Playboys labor reporter Lester Velle, who
from ignorance .hat breaks your back and makesou be needed by 1970 say Velle.
past. For without these mar.vt'lous 1.11 supply the music. lose weight. cites a long list of unions that By barring Negroes from their
build sentences --
wh.ch
nibbles automatically exclude Negroes
fair share of these Jobs we are
PRETTY GIRL of the Week
sentences Into systems : from membership. Says Veli:
not only practicing rank discrimination
creed, man would be Louise Griffin (WMBM secre.iry MRS FLORENCE Markowitz,
icences, You'd look far and wide! be.
I but are depriving the na.
confined to the Bell- ) Pretty Boy of the owner of the Hampton House, is electricianor
forever fore finding a Negro
valuable
of
tion a potential
Prison of the Scuttle. tVeek: Crown Prince (WFAB) all excited about the new show
Isolated sheet-metal worker, stone of .skilled
source
manpower.
As the Man About Town: Attorney fine
ash of the chimpanzee. this weekend, featuring a cutter or steamfitter bricklayer
a, ing goes, "a picture 1 113 worth enry Arrlngton Happy house band for your dancing or 'printer. Negroes are equallyrare Federal action to cut off funds
a thousand words," but remember ouple of the Week: Mr. and Mrs. pleasure and a complete show in dozens of other skilled from defense contractors who
it even takes words to say Jarth Reeves. starring Jose Suarez, one of the crafts where hiring I l& done discriminate and enforcement of
that. We live by words, love finest dancers to enter any stage. through the unions and where anti-closed shop provisions of
truth, God. We fight for words, LAST THURSDAY, the public And that's where we can live the unions don't admit Negroes. the Labor Management Act can
freedom, country, fame. we at 'elatloro staff of Bonded Rental 'Ife, every golden minute of it. help to avoid this situation and
honor. had one of the finest par. Exclusion from unions Is a
for words liberty glory agency PEACE. to provide equal apportuntl! to
They bestow the priceless gift of es ever given in the state. This double-barrelled weapon againstthe which Negroes are ent'tled.''
to humans and ..hem.n esture was a real community Negro. It affects him now I
articulation: who truly shape our dfr-: enrlce. I Eaw Dante Fascell, Er. I because it slams doors leading to His article is entitled "Race
the giants who teach tu, lie Busker, Cliff Herrell, Claude better Jobs. It affects him for 'I Discrimination With a Union
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tiny '
Jim Ray the future because he can't get Label
Inspire us, lead u* to deeds o. epper, OeCoursey,
immortality are those' who 3radley, Red Christmas, Ralph E I into many of the 7800 register
end A. John I ed apprentice programs which act
words with clarity grandeur 'ullen, W. Meadows, I
passion: Socrates Jesus, Luther Gilbert: Francis Henderson, Dodd I as training grounds for tomor. Free Chest Xraysin
Lncoln: Churchill." Remember Johnson, Chuck Hall, Arthur r row's craftsmen. In a hangover
before you speak, think of the atten, James High, Walter j ja from medieval days apprectlce- South DadeChest
word) and use them wisely. A tuck, Joseph Pagllno and many ships are handed down by sponsors .
word already spoken can neverbe ther candidates, too numerouso often from father to son to x-rays will be available.
taken back. men Ion. grandson. Unsponsored outsidersare for all Dade County residents 18
Among our guests were Father not permitted. Because there
of and
years age over, Monday,
1IHKK nice word: "Eas. 3ulmer, Attorney Henry Arring- are so few Negroes in skilled! April 23 at Richmond Heights
ter." There will be a community I on, Dr. I. P. Davis, Joe Ker- craft unions, there are obviouslyno Shopping Center, Lincoln Boulevard .
Easter Egg Hunt On Sunday &t thaw Sam Moncur, Kenneth sponsors for Negro would-be-r from 1 to 4 p.m. and 5, to 8p.m.
3:30 p.m. at Manor Park, 50th Williams, C. C. North, Elliott J. apprentices. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs
at. and NW 13th ave sponsored Pieze, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Cox: Investigations have shown not day and Friday, April 24, 25,
by a citizens committee headed of Cox's Kindergarten. (They say one Negro in apprentice programs 26 and 27 at the Food Fair Store
by our Sep'a! Mayor, Charles they read this column but never In Fort Wayne, Milwaukee 223 Washington ave., Home-
Hadley, F'etcher Paschal and ';.(e a mention of Cox's Kindergarten 1 9 Minneapolis, Washington' stead Hours each day will be
Mrs. Marie Brown There will alto Jim Love, Dennis3m Baltimore and Atlanta, among 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 to 5 p.m.
be prizes for the kiddies and :th and many other persons other cities In Newark, N. J. only
Mrs. Dana Chapman will be who are cvic minded. However, two of 3500 apprentices were
guest speaker. Over 4,000 eggs :'or those who had other com.ailtments Negroes. Fewer than one per
will be hidden and the entire may I say that I am cent of Chicago's 2680 appren. Drive Carefully!
hat missed this affair because ,..,. ,
:affair is free. Charles Hadley r orry you -- -- .
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years try'jig to have an affair This party was sponsored by L. Eula B. Phillips recently returned
such as this, and finally his L. Brooks under the direction of home from a trip to Tam. Anniversary Sale and Repairs ,
dream has come true. This Easter Charles Lockhart and was historical pa where they attended meeting
Erg Hunt is a must on the first in the state of Fla. held by the Grand Inspector TV, RADIO AND HI-FI
kiddies Ust.UXITED where the people meet all of the General OES of the State of Fla.
"andidates in the coming election. FREE Pillow during sale

ARTIST represent iMrs. Zanders was elected
tlve and former recording star, president of the Matrons Coun. Reasonable Prices Free Delivery'
Joe Medlin, came to town last WHILE GEORGE WRIGHT cil and Mrs. Phillips was appointed House Service Calls $1.50
week to help promote Fran and his band are swinging at the organizer of ,the State
DuBolse's "Chicken Scratch" Famous Corner, you can see of Florida OES. They reported Installment payment No finance charge

wh'ch' la doing quite well over Chick Webb stomping his foot to having enjoyed the trip and Know your TV man and ave money
the U. S. A While Joe w a s the rhythm of this swinging meeting.
here, I had him listen to Bill band. I have had the pleasure of JOE SCOTT
Robinson and his Quails and he working with George and find
Immediately signed them to doa him to be a fine gentleman as Chicken 'Scratch t AUTHORIZED FACTORY TV REPAIR CO., Inc.
record date for United Artists: well as a fine musician. What I t 923 N.W. 62nd STREET PL 1.8381
The Ch'cken Scratch, as Joe puts can't seem to understand is how Winners ChosenSixteen i
it, will be the newest dance come the place stays so crowded n
craze all over the nation and aa every weekend. It's truly the exponents of the new
for Frank, here is a talent that most popular spot in the Lib. dance craze, the Chicken Scratch"
must be seen over the world. City area.NOVEIl were selected this past week
That makes Maya High school In from a contest held at the Sir
Goulds very lucky Easter Monday TIME Edison Center John's Knight Beat Club to appear FOR SALEOpen
i because Frank and his band will area, Dottie Dudley, that phe. as part of the entertain
play for a teenage dance there nomenal lady that makes the ment program for the Moon Over
called "Chicken Scratch Time." Hammond organ talk has a spec. Miami Ball finals, May 5, in the Sunday 2 to 6 p.m.
Money will go to help buy band lai Easter Sunday afternoon In Miami Beach Convention Hall.
uniforms and football uniforms. store' for you Satellites. The Eta- The dance contest finals, which
Teenager from Northwestern, B. ter Sunday party will feature an will be opened to the public will Brand New Luxury Homes
T, W., North Dade and Carverare outstanding array of musiciansto feature top l loyal and national
invited to attend. shake the Satellite orbit. talent. Tickets ahe now on sale PRICED RIGHTFOR
Along with the Easter Bunny, It at the Covention Hall or at Cor
SKATED AROUND the Knight Is the only spot in town that has delia's Stationery in Miami.
Beat's large stage digging the entertainment every night In the IMMEDIATE SALE
show were Dr. and Mrs. Edwin week. Usually sitting around 11s. Advertise It Pays!
Shirley, Disc Jockey Ed Cook, tenlng you'll find Harry Smith, 3-bedrooms 2 baths

Dutterball, Fred Hanna, China ..............------
Valles and that funny man, the

everybody Crown Prince went to Sunday a Night night in ELECT 1728 N.W. 51st Terr.

Narrau sponsored every year by
Clyde Klllens. This week end
Clyde has another bangup sboW.starring .

the Big Voice of Valer-- JIM DECOUOY .

Attention Ladies


Mary F. Dlx- CONSTABLE' 1752 N.W. 51st Terr.

talented
on a "
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and experienced $ ; FOR DISTRICT 1
beautician has
!I again added to The only candidate qualifiedby Oven and range with hood
her wide knowl.
edge of trend training and experience
In the beauty 0 Glass sliding door to patio
world. \'J TmtAN POLICE OFFICER 1. Served 8 years Dade Coun.
I in Homicide Liquor and Vice, Juvenile Dir. 0 Formica Kitchen Cabinet ,
I Just 1 a I t ty Sheriff office ,
,ummer she ison. TRAINING: 1. Federal Narcotics School, Washington, 0 Vanities in both bedroom .

...; I attended the D.O. 2. Homicide Seminar, University of Cincinnati. 8. Dade l 1.t
,.1 Hair Wcev; Convention that was I II Junior College, Police Administration Court 4 Dade Tub enclosure in bathroom
I : held In New York: City. While County
"4.: there she learned many new hair. County Police Academy. Instructor Dade County Police Acad. Large walkin closet
;(! tyles under the direction of the emy. PERSONAL STATISTICS: 1. Thirty.two years old, mar.

q ft"y School.Hollywood Academy Beauty red 3 children. 2. Veteran years U. S Army. 8. Member ..

For an up 'to date natural hair Young Democrats Club, Moose, Fraternal Order of Police HARMAR Inc.
Tel. 667-6984
or weev hair style, visit Mary Florida Peace Officers Association Immaculate Conception r
,I ,F. ,Dixon at the Christalee's Church. (IMP' l- Ady..)
',: Beauty Salon 805: NW 3rd ave. I
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GRACE PRESBYTERIANMembers a:0: :$

and friends are tusk PUN PHUN
ed to attend as many of our services
as possible this Sunday be. Or Pint OSSOFBR
to CftttrdiI ginning with the 6:30 sunrise
me service. Certainly this is a day n A

: for rejoicing In the triumph of With the return once more of
= Christ and Ills resurrection into Easter, I am reminded! of the
eternal life. power of the Resurrection of
Christ. While the physical resur.
This Sunday and Wednesday rectlon Is of importance, the spiritual .

Close FIRST BAPTIST Beach.Presbytery will meet at Vero resurrection is, to me, far
Baptists EightythirdState CHURCHRev. more impressive. I believe this

I W. M. Davis, pastor because I am conscious of those
ConventionThe Mrs. Delores Riley, reporter EBENEZER METHODIST many mansions which He wentto
; ,' prepare for us 1n a greater
E. Ingram, reporter world than this one
81st Annual Session of the :, Rev. Aaron D. Hall, pastor To me, the mystery of sacrl
The 83rd Annual Session of the
flees as exemplified by the crucifixion

Dr. J. A. F. Finlayson, resident, ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. The Easter sunrise service will is like the mystery of the
held at Tampa, April 4-8. begin at 5:30() a.m. Sunday with
was 0. W. tiny seed, which, when placedin
Foster, pastorA. choirs Nos, 1 and 2 .
singing together
The met at Greater
parent body
L. Johnson the earth, is transformed in.
reporter all day. We
Bethel Baptist Church, the Rev. are expecting to a fruitful tree. Thus, I accept
W. F. Tanner, Jr., pastor, and the Sunday to have a glorious Easter service the
April 22, will be a full & all power of Christ as being
day. A cordial
Women's Missionary and Educa and enjoyable day. welcome is I more potent to mankind through
tional Conventional, Mrs. Susie ,In our Easter sunrise service t extended to the public. Ills supreme sacrifice which caused -

Holley, president, was at Beulah Pastor Foster will bring the k The report of the Calendar the tree of humanity to pros
Baptist Church, Rev. A. Leon message, the male chorus will Rally was made Sunday, total per and bear heavenly fruit.
Lowery, minister. The Sunday render the music and usher amount reported $6,872, The We have seen how the discipleswere
School and BTU, Rev. C. F, Felder, board No. 2 will serve through month of August reporting the helpless until after the
president, met at New Salem, Rev. out the day and you our visiting highest amount of $575.10. Mrs. resurrection. Only then was the
H. W. Wilburn, pastor. friend will be our honor guest l India Donvnncaptain: co.cap. full power of the Christ Spirit
The morning and evening talns, Mrs\ manifested unto them enabling
Convalescing from a recent oper services $ Ella J. Smith, Mrs
ation, President Finlayson rested will be In charge of the Isabella Francis, Mrs. Etta Mae them to bring forth the wonder
while the assembly was carried on very capable young ministers. P4t 4I $ Anderson and Matthew Dixon ful fruits of Chr !t1anlty.
under the direction of Vice-Presi Music for these services will be I The power engendered by the
dents A. B. Coleman and J. E. rendred by our junior anl senior' We are expecting the members Resurrection and Ascension of
McCreary. rendered by our junior and No. rk : to continue making a contribu! Christ is echoed In this tribute,
Every session was filled with information 2 choirs, at 3 p.m. the directors Hon to the Calendar Rally penned _by Baha'u'llah Founder
and inspiration, and an of the Easter program will havea 1 I of the Balm'I Faith "Know thou I
unusual spirit of harmony and co very inspiring program with ST. LUKE that when the Son of Man yield. I
operation was manifested through our young people. The directorof MRS. W, M. DAVIS BAPTIST ?d up Ills breath to God, the :
out the meeting. BTU Rev. W. L. Strange Woman's Day Speaker Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor whole creation went with a
brns| to you a thought for the Easter Sunday morning at 4:30 great weeping. Dy sacrificing
Florida Normal Night (Friday), day. Mrs. W. M, Davis, wife of the there will be sunrise services Himself, however, a fresh capacity
was exceptionally good. The Rev.I pastor and daughter of Mrs. Es- held. Both choirs and both ush was infused In all created
Edward T. Graham, chairman of I,Oh teach me Lord, that I may telia Jordon and the late Rev.B. er boards will serve at this ser things. Its evidences, as wit.
the Board of Directors, represented teacjn J. Jordan will be the Wo vice The 'pastor will be looking nessed by all the peoples of the
Dr. R. W. Puryear who is ill, The precious things thou dost man's Day speaker at the First for you\ at 4:30, We Invite all of earth, are now manifest before
and 'introduced a senior studentMr. I Impart, Baptist Church on Sunday at 11 our friends to attend this thee
service.
George of Miami, who made And wing my word that I may a.m., April 22. Mrs. Davis re. I
an impressive appeal In behalf of reach celved her education at the I There will also be an Easter MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev.
thj school. The chorus sang very The hidden depths of many a public eqhools of Albany, Ga. program at 4 p.m. All partici
beautifully.: heart, She recently moved here from pants please be on time. E. M. Thomas, pastor
The large delegation convergedon You are Invited to remain withus Albany where she is making her Phyllis Myers, reporter
Tampa from every section of through our BTU hour and home with her husband and eon. BAHA'I ASSEMBLYThe Sunday morning Robert Wells
the state. Miami was well repre- enjoy the work we are doing ,as She serves In the No 1 choir was ordained as a deacon and
sented. The Rev. A. L. Shipp of we train our young people for and a noted musician and Gospel Baha'ls of Miami will Rev. Stephens preached the sermon
Mt. Moriah and the Rev. W. K. our church of tomorrow. singer. gather with their friends on Sun, for his ordination. Everyone
Smith of New Bethel Opa-locka, Please make yourself availableto day, April 21 at 3 p.m. 1n tho enjoyed Rev. Stephens' sermon.
were among others delivering challenging hear this speaker. The even. garden of the home of Mr. and Next Sunday there will be an
messages. The choirs and TRINITY C. M. E. ing message will be brought by Mrs. William Bethel, 646 NW Easter program presented by
ushers of both churches travelledby ne,. E. T. Brown Mrs. Rosa B. Canada. 26th st., to celebrate the 99th the children. Everyone is Invited .
pastor
buses to render service with I anniversary of the Veaat of RIlL..\_ to come.
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Mrs. Julia Hammock
reporter
their pastors. I van, which marks the public
The special sunrise service NEW PROVIDENCE M. B. declaration of he Mission' of
Mrs. Lula Moran, president of will at 6:15 Baha'u'llah, Founder of the NOTICEThe
open Sunday.
a.m.
the local City-wide Mission, was The Sunday School will serve Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor fiaha'l Faith, as God's Manifestation Ushers Union Associationwill
crowned Queen of the Conventionat breakfast after the service. Our Claudia Wlson, reporter for this day. hold Its fourth Sunday pro.

a banquet sponsored by thewomen's pastor will ,preach the Easter Sunrise services will be held the It was on this day in 1863 in gram Sunday, April 22 at 3 p.m.
department at the Kid sermon at 11 a.m. Easter Sunday morning at 5:30.: that Garden of RIdvan In Bagdad at Mt. Zion Church, 9th st. and
Mason Recreation Center Saturday.An Address, 760 NW 63rd St. We Ilaha'u'llah continuing Ills 3rd aye The program will be
unusual incident at the pre-I The Sunday School Easter welcome you. forced exile which ultimately sponsored between Mt. Zion and
convention program Tuesday eve- program will be presented at 6 took Him to the Holy Land, an. Friendship Seniors. The com.
ning was that the Chief of Police p.m. flounced to Ills followers that mittee has arranged a unique
offered the invocation, and the A. M. COHEN, TEMPLE the time of the end that Daniel program for our entertainment.
mayor also offered prayer at the The Miles College choir will had prophesied had now come The president .Is asking that
close of his welcome address. known phenomenon throughoutthe CIIUIICII OF GOD IN CHRIST and that lIe (Baha'u'Jlah) was/ all members be out and on time.
state of Alabama and one of 1747 N. W. 3rd Ave. the Promised One from God for The public Is Invited to come and
the most promising In the South Elder Jacob Cohen, pastor this Age. hear this wonderful program.
TEMPLE BAPTIST I today will appear at Trinity on A fish fry will culminate this David Hudson president
Easter at 7:30 p.m. The church The Mother's Board wishes to celebration The public is cor. -Miss Dorothy Major, reporter
Rev. L. A. Thompson pastor
takes this method to extend an thank each person who attendedIts dlally Invited to attend. Rev. E. T. Graham, pastor

Easter Sunrise services will b.. Invitation to all people of this 3rd annual "Spring: Tea." We .--- ----- -
gin at 6:30 a.m. The choirs willIng community to attend the services are sure that everyone delighted !! "
Jointly, during the worship and programs.Our In the affair for It was really a "Living Service for the Living"
grand occasion. Mrs. Annie Rid.
services and appropriate messages -
will be delivered. morningand minister also Invites the ley, from Delray Beach, was the-
people of the community to share guest speaker. Her address was
evening. with us in the special Prayer most Inspiring and fitting for the
The "young people will present Hour each Sunday at 11 a.m. occasion.

their Easter program at 6:30: We were very happy to have
p.m. They have been preparing visiting with u< on last Sunday
for weeks and are ready for the MT. ZION AME CHURCHOpa morning, Bishop Klnlaw from

occasion. Parents and all mem- Locka, Fla. Washington and Samuel Cohen
ber and friends are invited. Rev. H. E. Green, pastor and his son. Mr. Cohen Is the

On Sunday night, April 13 the principal of Northwestern High
During the evening service, School and Id the brother of our
after the choirs member of Mt. Zion gave our
a short sermon, pastor. L .
will of Easter pastor a surprise birthday party ..G'y'
present a program You are Invited to witness a
at the church. A number of pre
Anthem, Spirituals and Hymns. children's Easter Fashion Pa.
sentatlons were made to him 1
The Ministers and Deacons from members, church auzlllar. rade, at on the Monday church., April 23 at Sp.m Oscar L. Range Funeral Home
Union of Atlantic Coast Baptist lea and well wishers Rev.

Association will meet at Temple Greene expressed his appreciationto M. Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range Mgr.
April 27-29. The welcome pro. everyone that helped to make Church of The Open Door ,
gram will be held Thursdayat his birthday a happy one. 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue
8 The public is invited. sunrise Rev. H C. McDowell, pastor
p.m. On Easter Sunday service OX 1.0131 OX
begins at 4 a.m.. An Easter A. E. McNeal, reporter 1-4343
program will be held In the ev. LRXTI LBXTI LEJTTI' L: _
ST. MARY'S W. M. enlng. Both choirs will sing to. 'To search our souls to meditate, ,
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will not surflce for Lent -
all cervices. Love
.Rer. H. V. Stuart, pastor gether during To share the Cross, to sacrifice OX 1.9151
Feast! will be Friday night. 6701 NW 15th Ave. Nite 634-3198
Mils Dorothy Major, reporter Everyone Is welcome at Mt. These are the things God
meant. For Funerals You Can Afford Call
Easter Sunday will be observed Zion. Next week April 25, 26 and 27
with appropriate message the State Conference will meet
and music. Plan to spend the NEW BETHEL BAPTIST ot Miami Beach Community Manker Funeral HomeCloth
day at St. Mary' Church, and Bal Harbour Church.
Sunrise services at 4 a.m.. Immediately 1671 N. W 18th Terr. Open public meetings are sched.
after terrace breakfast Rer. Ernest Williams pastor ulel for Wednesday and Thurs Cover Caskets
will be served, donation 50 Deacon Fred Williams, reporterOn day evftnlnis.Sunday $126 up
cents Sunday School will beheld last Sunday morning and morning, if the weath. Metal Caskets $499
at 1U usual time with the night our pastor delivered a er permits, our regular service at up
superintendent in charge. powerful sermon and it was en- 11 a.m. will be held In the open 0 Nothing left to burden you

The Lord's Supper will be administered yeby all Sunday the No. 1 on the church grounds under One's Social Security Can Take all
at all services with and No. 2 choirs will render the one of our large, beautiful trees. care
the pastor in charge. mtuffe.Sanlsy. There will b. a special sermon funeral arrangements
Covenant service will be held Is Easter. The sunrise and music by the choir. Business Managers William Norwood
April 29 at 7 p.m. for all mem. service will begin at S a.m. The Young Peoples Fellowshipwill Willie Williams
be.... We are praying for o u r Let us not forget the sick and have vesper at ( p.m. Sun. .
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLOPIDA I IN MEMORIAMIn and operator of Mack's Clean..rs .

PAGE 12 SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1962 I Loving Memory of Our DEA THS and who resided at 5621 N.W.
Dear Daughter, Mother and Sister 19th Ave., died April 14 at the
__.. ......... ...-t VIOLA BETHEL r Veterans Administration' Hospitalin
..- who this life i

CARDS ... MEMORIALS II in April New departed 21 York, 1980 City Range I I Coral his wife Gables., Ellen He; ,a Is'daughter, survivedby ,

We loved her but Jesus loved JAMES REMBERT, Jr., of 1900 Lisa Ann ;his mother, Mrs. Willie
her best.
JOSEPH H. CULMER, Father; N.W. 3rd Ct., Apt. 16, was dead Mao Wright; his step-father,

IN I MEMORIAMIn 1 I ,. IN I MEMORIAM I r rIn CHARLES BETHEL, Hospital upon arrival April at 12.Jackson lie is Memorial survivedby George; a brother, Johnny Wright.;
Husband; a sister, Delores Wright; two stepsons
i Sad but Loving Memorly of Loving Memory of My THELMA ADDERLEY, his parents, Mr., and Mrs. Arnold and Benjamin Heidt.
Our Wonderful Mother, Dear HusbandLUTHER Daughter; James Rembert, Sr., two brothers, Funeral services were held Wednesday

Grandmother, Sister ,and Aunt U"'JIA.me:, 't's. ':-::"" TWO GRANDCHILDREN; two sisters; three grandparents, ,.at Mt. Zion Baptist Church,
Y .Ip' MERINA KERR, Sister; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rembert and Pat with Rev. Edward T. Graham officiating
LILLIAN BURROWS, Sister; fuller; two aunts, three uncles, Interment followed in
JOSEPH and JAMES and friends. Funeral serviceswere Evergreen Memorial Cemetery.
CULMER, Brothers; held Tuesday at Mt. Sinai
And a host of other relatives. Baptist Church, and remains were
.3 t sent to Ocala for final rites' and

IN MEMORIAMIn I II interment. Albert I I I
CHARLES: JAMES RHODES, of
I 1791 N.W. 23rd Ave., died April WAYMAN'RILEY' CAREY, son of
Sad but Loving Memoryof 14 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Margaret Carey, of 1938 N.W.
Our Dear Mother Ho is survived, by his wife, Lottie; 3rd Ave., 'died April 9 in New
MARTHA DAVIS a son, Cecil James; his grand. York City where he had lived for
who died on April 23, 1961 I mother, Mamie; a cousin, Mrs. the past seven years. Serviceswere
And may she rest in peace. And Paulino Steve; two uncles, Lonnie conducted Thursday at
may light perpetual shine upon and Marion. Remains were sent Greater Bethel A.M.E. Church,
her. co Oglethorpe, Georgia Thursdayfor Rev. S. A. Cousins, Pastor, with
M From her final rites and burial. burial in Evergreen. He is also
J BELOVED SUNS and survived by his wife, Marjory;
DAUGHTERS. JAMES BLOWE, of 3025 N.W three aunts and one uncle.
50th St., died April 14 at Para
villa Convalescent {Nome. His WILLIAM TYSON died at his
9'.E IN MEMORIAMIn survivors include four sisters, Mes- home, 2020 N.W. 3rd Ave., April
James Viola Hill, Sophie Ingram, 15. He will be sent to Ridgeland,
Cora Johnson and Estella Brown; S. C. Friday where services and
Sad but Loving Memory of and: other relatives and friends. burial will take place. His survivors

4' Np ilr'i0t'PEARL S funeral services will be held on are his wife, six .children,
WHITTAKER Saturday, April 21, in the Chapel mother, three brothers and five
CLINCH who departed this life oi: t! the Range Funeral Home. Mr. sisters.
who departed this life April 9, 1961 Blowe will then be sent to Waynes
April 23, 1961 ".There's an open gate vine, Georgia for final rites and
Mother, it has been one year At the end of the road burial. ,
since you left us, but it seems like Through which each must go Francis I.
yesterday. We miss you so. alone;

Servant of God well done! There is a light we cannot see, mv f MRS. MARY LOU JACKSON, of
The battle is fought, the victorywon Jur Father claims his own." IN MEMORIAM I 15730 N.W. 157th St. Rd., in Opa-

; I still love you. locka, was DOA at Jackson Hospital
Enter thy Master's Joy. MRS. DORIS WHITTAKER, In lorlns"memory of our dear on April 14. Remains were
SYLVIA BUTLER and Wife. I nother, shipped to Americus, Ga. on April
DORTHEA LAMPKIN, q, TtU"lt-- __..-..- 17 for final rites and burial on

Daughters; IN I r filEHlORIAM I 1 1In Thursday. Survivors include two
L. C. CLINCH, WESLEY ,, Yw '' daughters, Mrs. Magnolia Davy
CLINCH and JAMES ) /?;; I
"lSi'it'T and Mrs. Priscilla Thompson one
Loving Memory of Our ;
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CLINCH, Sons; ... ; ,dU''f'i' Jackson of Valjosta
HENRY BUTLER and Dear Mother (.$; son, Rev. J. E. -
MRS. ELLEN LOUISE CLEARE Ga.WILLIAM.
CROSBY LAMPKIN, Y
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who 'departed this life(
Son in-Laws ?
; C. COLE, of 1722 N.W.
April 20 1958
< DAUGIITERS-IN-LAW; Gone but forgotten. '4 5th Ct., died at his home on Wednesday
ROSA B. GOING, Sister not '
; : April 18. Funeral arrangements
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MRS. QUAVEADIES t3L -
ADA CLINCH :. '
Sister-tn-Law
Survivors
;
are incomplete.
McPHEE "'
BROTHERS, GRANDS, /.1" .include his wife, Mrs.
: NIECE and NEPHEW. MRS. ALMA FINLEY, t : .
Daughters _' j VTaude Cole; one sister Mrs. Dru-
HARRISON ;CLEARE, Son. I Illa Woodside of Nassau; one
MELVIN JENKINS 'brother, Austin of Nassau; three
Ill I MEMORIAMIn I founder of Railroaders, Inc.,, ipphews. Arthur, Eugene an-'

Sad but Loving Memory of Iii MEMORIAMIn who died April 20, 1953 Christopher Cole.
Our Dear Father Mother and at Dillon, S. C., while in ,
; Memory of the Late
Sister performance of his duty
MR. OTIS CRUMBSEYwho with the Atlantic Coast
JAMES SMITH
MRS. MIRIAM SMITH entered the great: beyond Line Railroad Manker .
April 19, 1961 I Gone but not forgotten.RAILROADERS .
MRS. BLANCHE ROBERTSwho
May: he rest in -r ibit.
passed to the Great Beyonc'Easter peace Inc. IRS JETTER EVERETT, of
God
Monday April 2 195t granted you the rest yoi R. W Donaldson, Pres.; 11390 S.W. 222nd st., Goulds, died
.
nighti rayed for but with it's lik y
us D. W. Wilson, Secy.;
"Aslep;; in essed SJeep.'rom fresh April 15 at Kendall. Funeral will
esterday, and sad. You wir):
S. Smith, Treas.; ,
which none ever wakes to .Iways live in be held Saturday 2 at Mt.
weep; you much.our hearts. Wtniss W. C. Thompson, Bus. Mgr. Pleasant Baptist Church in Goulds.

A calm and undisturbed repose, very THE FAMILY.\ She is survived by three children,
Unbroken:: by the last of foes." MRS. ELLEN LOUISE CLEARS' Eula Dorsett, Therious'Everett,
THE FAMILY. CARD OF THANKSThe :'I who departed this life April 29, Isaac Everett; two sisters, Lillie

CARD OF THANKSThe of the LateMRS. I I 195 Bell Daniel of Pelham, Ga. and
Family Gone but not forgotten. Bertha Norwood of Palatka, Fla.;
IN I MEMORIAMIn I Family of the Late MARY LOU PITTMAN Mr.Quoveadlfk McPhee one granddaughter, Rosictta Rolle.
..
I vhose life expired April 6, 1962, Mrs. Alma Fin ley,,
Loving and Sad Remembranceof oke this as one of the methods to daughters MRS. DORIA MAE WRIGIITf of
our Loving Husband and Father 'xpress to the many Ministers Harrison Cleare, son 140 N.W. 10th St., 17

...,....... .-..... .. 'hurches neighbors and faithful'dends at Jackson. She is survived by a
nggn uH t H? for their cards, flowers husband, Hurbert; four children,

'tiers, telegrams donations, and CARD OF THANKSThanks Joan, Albert Lee, Elfleth, Hurbert
kU 11 other appreciative gestures of I Lee Jr.; six sisters, Alma Natson
indness shown during their hours Elizabeth Gray, Louise Natson,
'i bereavement. Special thankso to the many friends for Edith Hunter, Laura Tovil Rosa
Rev. H. B. Collins and the Housef their kindness shown. during the Venter; four brothers, Holly: ,
Albert for their efficient ser loss of my sister. Special thanks Spencer, Leroy and Lemuel Hunter
vices. May God bless each of you. '.o the Pastor, officers and friendsof Jr.; one play sister, Mrs. A. H.
THE FAMILY. A.M.E. Zion Church, Key West, Belton, owner of Maecanna's Beauty
'- f.'t and the Key West Johnson Funeral Salon. Funeral arrangements
'0, Home, -,' ete.
: ;" are incorp!.
I't't CARD OF THANKSThe MRS. CAROLINE WARD.
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\. INFANT BOY BASS, of 271 N.W.
Family of the Late 10th St., died April 15 at Jackson ...
:.::; MR. HERBERT L. TAYLOR, Sr. IN MEMORIAMIn Memorial Hospital He is survived'
I
'" .;., vishes to express its sincere thanks by Mr. and Mrs. Bass.

wd appreciation to its many .
: +
.: : 'riends for their expressions of Memory of Our Dear
.; kindness during its r"ant be- Husband. Son and BrotherMR.
': : ...:,:" GRANT JACKSONwho
: 1: avcment.. Thanks for v-mr cards
\. letters flowers and died on April 22, 1956 WANTEDExperienced
elegrams, ,
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I. .,..,., 'r: 'ars. Special thanks to Rev. S.'A. May he rest in peace and may
> light perpetual shine upon him.
..
I -wit.-: Cousin and the Richardson Fu-
feral Home. I MRS. CATHEREN JACKSON, Female Seam-
II WILLIAM II. LESTER MRS. ADDIE TAYLOR and Wife;

I .........,...,,,..on ...,,. ,,... .,............._..... __ _'"..._'".,,__._ }f 1961 N.W. 166th St., Opa-locka FAMILY MRS.. HATTIE JACKSON,
wishes to take this method of P> Mother; stress. Part-time. Steady
REV. EDWARD RICHARDSONwho pressing their "thanks to their MRS. IDA MAE HOPKINS,
passed to his rest many friends :for all -acts a"r CARD OF THANKSThe Sister.
April 17, 1960 deeds of kindness during his Illness work. good pay. Southland
Sleep on and take your rest; and death. Children of the Late
{ We love you and miss you so, but We are grateful to our friends MR. DAVE COX CARD OF THANKS Cleaners 627 NW 2nd Ave.
+{ God loves you best. who remembered us with sincere who passed away on April 6. in .
1 GUSSJE. RICHARDSON, Wife I :and kind thoughffulncss! ; in th/ Bradenton Florida, wish to take The family of the late.
and CHILDREN. gassing of our loved one. Th his opportunity to express sincere MRS. MABEL GOLDEN
who died March 16, wish! to e'(.
.
flowers, telegrams, condobrce 'hanks and appreciation to their
and other personal I nnny friends, neighbors and rclaMves tend thanks to those who tent
expressions
I :SIN r MEMORIAM cards flowers Don't be a Freeloader!
were comforting and will lingerIn for expressIons and acts of telegrams, care,
and donations. Special thanks to
,11.-
shown
sympathy and kindness to
hearts.
In Sad but Loving Memory of our
Fr. John E. Culmer, personnel of
God bless and keep 'hem during the recent loss of
Our Dear Husband and Father May you
'heir father. Special thanks to Jackson Memorial Hospital, Rich. Support the Fight for
MR. JAMES DEAN, Sr. you MRS. ROSA P. LESTER. Wife; Elder J. C. Jackson and nmher mond Ileijrhts neighbor, Pal
who on
passed away
MRS. OLLIE REEDER )f the'Church of God In Christ. Bearers Lodge and sick commit. '
,,1 April 18, 1958 MRS. BEATRICE JORDAN, tee No. IS and the Francis Fun. Freedom '
May he rest in peace and may HEPBURN. Daughter; eral Home.
J light perpetual shine unon him. MR. BALDWIN P. Daughter: COX i Mrs. Mary Hudson, daughter
''i HEPBURN. n-in-Law; MR. ARCHIE C. Son; -
Wife
ELLEN DEAN
MRS. ;
h MR. LUTHER COX, Son; And Family Join Your
NAACP
ROSE J. REEDER,
.J pry.j MR.: JAMES DEAN, Jr., Son; Granddaughter. and FAMILY,
and FAMILY.
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fJ IJ DtOQM cBS value at 1&10 Baptist Women; THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA ,; i
!"tIW. 42nd St. Big inside, very
!Ilic! ('. $84.00! month pays all, no SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1962 PAGE. 13 I
but hied Enlarge Committee
qualifying :Ben-Kofi Realtor soMe cash ----- ..........

: ,.. .. ._"'........ "......,- N.W. 62nd St Ntea PL .5533 Mm. Susie Honey, president
W* Days OX....1-8372" "' ,. of the Woman's State Convrn- Sunrise ServiceNon.denominatinnal THANKS
I
-
lon of Florida, increased the
FOB RENT 2 BtodRi (?B? ito s& al*' conditioning umber of ladies working to Easter n...'. my special thanks..,. to
and heat Filtered (tfbo.1.' combat ,Juvenile i delinquency an* unr se Service will be held on members of the Christian Service
3-ROOM APT. Unfurnished $850.00 down and $71.00 a month.' set up ah efficiency program for the Swectlnsr B tate, 2148 NW Prayer PellowBh'p, for not forgetting -
$11.50 per week. Call E. Plcard 6441 S.W. 57th Pl., South Miami. hS yofeth iri Florida. This is th ,..street, Fort Lauderdale. me on my birthdAY.'"
Rental Agency, FR 7-2902. Call MO 1-3630 after 6 p.m. quite a strefluovfl Job, :Mrs. ttol Easter Message will be givenby
ley said. Aside froni lending Pastor P. A. Allen! pro'id'ng: : Thanks to Shirley and Gloria
FURNISHED efficiencies. All TRUE VALUE at 1431 N.W. 42ndSt. hlldren to camps, Bch6lafihlpehould Miami District of the South Fla. I Adams, the Boyklni Patricia
utilities included. $12.60 per New built-in kitchen, like new be awarded eldeh of the AME Church, North Payne, Mrs. Ola Spencer, David
@f+o NW sth 8t. rn furniture. $13..000 value for only Conference. The public la Inv't- I Rolle, the Whltelow: family. and
wwto. $10, OO with '$ 7:2981.3RQOMCoUages. ,. ., Kori, Realtoiv.2.844 N.W. 62nd St., general chairman and reported cervices. R.chard McQhaney
*al r. furfliahiel : Nites PL fl-5533,.Days OX. 1-9372. $290. Individuals, regardless I I
? to race or creed, will be Invitedto
lLW. tit
569 NW 8 St.
$ : LARGE LOT 79Xi39. Good buy. become sponsors by giving
FR 7-2902.; a -NI ,Victory Gardens Goulds, Fla. $100. atanually. This was recog-
E. PICARD' Call 8S8- 287. n'zed when & local financier $195.00 Down.
gave: $100. The Miami Police
:
Rental AgencyRental TRULY a lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath Department expressed its appro.val .
collections property)
management, real; estate home with extra cottage. Com- with n contribution of $20 1303 N.W. 45th Street '
pletely fenced corner. See 4001 Mrs. Lillian Clark, wife of the
669 NW 8th St. FR 7.2902 N.W. 11th Ave. Terms arranged./ Rev. F. Clark contributed $41. AREA OF FINE HOMES
Ben-Kori, Realtor 2644 N.W. 62ndSt.
There less
were others who gave
utilities.1 BEDROOM Downtown furnished area.apt.$18.All: .; Nites PL 9-5533, Days OX which accounted for the largest 2-bedroom home on lovely corner. One block from

NE 4.0500. Indf 19372. contrIbution since the commit, shopping bus, school and beautiful Manor Park.
tee was organized.
; Beauty Shop fully equipped, Priced right; at $6995. Move in today. Easy paymentsCall
Oj- 1 bedroom,
LOCKA area. good lease, very reasonable rent. Mrs. Fannie Mae Moton of St.
newly decorated, unfurnished. Parking.. $600 total. 6010. NW John Baptist Church, Mrs. Ad Mr. Evans HI 5.3525HAPPY
$1S. Furnished $21. 2 bedroom 7th ave. PL 1.47U.Mortgage die Pierce, Mrs. Bertha Brooks
unfurn. $18, furn. 2 bedroom and Mrs. Rhoda Culmer of Mt
40600. Indf 2'on! Mrs. Myrtle Stevens of
Sacrifice Temple Baptist are among those
NEWLY Renovated furnished or placed on the committee.

unfurnished ttpta. in the Opa -I _______._ EASTER
Locka aria near church, school I 3090 N.W. 70th Terr.
and shopping center. Call Mick

Inn Rental Agency. NE 40500.Indf ,2 hUg bedroom CDS, en. FOR SALE Call Action Realty

._ .closed; (garage on large
I
BEDROOM house hot find told ftfnced; Corner' lot Muck
2 > ) 2-h drOom CBS house, large .
foate. $14.X( pet week Call & closet space. Built In
heard.. ...Rental. Agency. FR 72902.. .kitchen. Move right In with filter swimming; pool, com
NlC&LQtfllSf- PLActi i bedfodrd I$t,oO d6wh. No closing) pletely furnished. Heat and For nice 2 and 3-bedroom CBS homes. Best location.
,
air condition, worth $17-
apt. Stove1 arid efrl eratUr. .6306IfW. | coils. Nb cjuAllfylng, Call Near everything. From $200 down payment. Terms
sacrifice
15ttt Ave. Ph. FR owner, OX 1.7403.FOR 000.) A by owner,
NE 4-1886. l'91f1yfiROOM. $13,900. Near Edison Cen. like rent. Call .

ter. Call for ap onttnent.; ,
Retired.couple or single
I man, wb 1)art to live in my home. SALE FR 36526. HARRY DENNY
NE 5-7543. 2645 N.WS 60th St.
HOUSE. 4 J-dofttet lo d..ctinditldn.i ... ,
FR Ili ,tyefcfc. 450 N.W. 8th St. $12.50 monthly -- f'l MU 5-2652 Office always open
92110.H

LOVELY O BEDROOM duplex!I 3 FURNITUREComplete ROOMS NEW FOR SALE

Completely furnished kitchen.
.
Storm shutters, extra large yard with accessoriesAllied" $400 down $69 Mo.. "- "* -11"S"IL1.1- -VV-V Ew's.';
with patio. Hot and cold water.
Suitable for discriminating. fanijily( ; 2-bedroom tbs hOMe Government Inspected and Approved
2752 N.W,. BOA St. $22.W per Hotel Supply
\vPefc for .$ $.OO per month. Call Large Fla. room
owner at OX 6-2392. 1334 NW .64th ST. YOUR NEW HOMES
LOOKING Mayl2 1296 NW gist TERRACE
for a furnished room
with all modern conveniences in Open all day Satrday FOR EASTERCute
clean, quiet place? Call OX 14864.

Contest Time 4 4 -
HOVBE., 4 Jbedropm, 2 baths, $25 as BunniesEZ
weekjy. Also 1 bedroom apts. A beautiful home on large
Adults clay\ Who will be Jr. Mr. Miamiphy.ique
137 N.W. 25th St. LESS THAN RENT
Phones: Day FR 7.2196 Eves: winner for 1962? corner lot. City water, side TERMS!

FR 9-2530. May12 Time, Saturday, May 26, walks, 2 drive ways, very ,

APTS. Adulti. Beautiful hardwood 8:30 p.m. large utility ,And laundry
fWofs, beautiful kitchen and bath. Barbecue pit and : '1409 N.W. 44th Street
Landscaped clean and quiet loca CARPENTERS UNION rooms.
tion. Phone III 4-3673, HI 5-7207. HALL fruit trees, solar water Move right in, no waiting no red _tape. Carporte and

6511 N.W. 12th Ave. 2939 NW 46th St. heater. porch. $695 down, $11,500 total.

FOUR BEDROOM frame house. '-- "-,
contact Beautifully I "-' ----
To enter contest Clean inside.
Electric hot water, fenced in property
1821 N.W. 5th CU PhoneFR Opa Locka Health Club furnished and decorated 4220 N.W. 11th Avenue
19958. Reasonable. 1995 NW '152nd St. I
Or call MU 1.3667 large ,rooms, dining room, I Mansion type. Must see this beauty. Magnificent inside -
2 BEDROOM HOUSE. Water Fla. room. Total total.
large in town. $13,500
Loveliest
nished. Call E. Picard fur'l and out. area
Agency. FR 72902. price only 12000. You

OUSE. week.. will love this property and -- "
LOVE
Will sell to high class$22 people.per $50 location. See Mr. Chris Sat- I 2033 N.W. llth Avenue

small down, house balance$20.$22 per NE week.,55566.Leave urday and let him help you I bedroom, fully furnished, 2 Fla. rooms, extra

to own, this home. large lot. $3,000.

. FOR''SAL broker I .
Brooks --
M FHA R. M. ,

'WISHING YOU WELL at Easter. $995 down $90Mo. MU 1-6031 929 N.W. 45th StreetReal
Time. Call Saturday or Monday
us
, .
for the Best in home buys. A. 4711 NW 16th Ave.No sharp beat area. Fla. room, ,garage. $400 down.
Ben-Korl, Realtor, 2644 N.W. 62nd closing cost No quali Nights: MU 1.7740 ,
'St. Nites PL W533, Days OX J I Owner pays closing coati.I .

19372._ fying.3-bedroom CBS screened S _
New
1
$450 DOWN balance F.H.A. Beautiful porch. Oak floors, awning I
colonial home, 4 bedrooms No closing 1960 N.W. 51st TerraceMove
windows. vi'DOLLARS
2 baths garage 742 N.W. 50th St. TA
decorated.
PL 0058.. apr21 costs. No qualifying. right in. Large lot, porch, freshly

$495 down $76 per month.
ONLY $400 DOWN FHA. Balance down $74 Mo.
$77 mo. Beautiful ranch home 2 $395 -0----
bedrooms Fla. room carporte, No closing costs

large garden.lot with Many outdoor fruit terrace and shade and 833 NW 75th St. 1069 N.W. 76th Street

trees. Near everything. 749 N.W. 3-bedroom jalousied porch, Lovely newly decorated, large rooms and huge kit-
50th St. P [9.0058. (Apr.28) roof. floors.REALTY.
tile hardwood
floors buy
oak Before you chen, garage, Fla. room,

775 AND 777 N.W. 47th ST. A Any new or used
Family Special, very large rooms. $995 DownNo
Live one free rent one. Sl.000.00 Korl. closing costs no qualifying. Car call j NEWS
Ben-
down no qualifying. 2
3-bedroom,
Realtor. 2644 N.W. 62nd St Nites New
PL,:0-5533, Days OX 19372. bath CBS. Built-in oren and JIMCHRISTMAS

LARGE 3-bedroom home. $11.300. range, walk-in closets. (The Broker That Works For You)

FHA. $76.16 monthly, $650 down PL 4-0655
40th St. 4600 NW 7th Ave.
Corner lot 1331 N.W. others.. CB
ROIVO Colored. Liquor Bar and We hare many (Open Sunday)

Package property. Store Same including owner 16 sale yeus.,9F of. or visit PL. 7-8456 JE 1-0057 "- -::. "- ,",," 'L'" "'L......."" "" "" "" "'!:. .... .... .......... ........,.

f1ails phone OX 1.9 Apr.21, ZS NW 7941, St.



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: -.... :- .. .... ,, THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
I PAGE 14 SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1W2

HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS
l1tirda
activities. Trophies were ;
.. .. ICIIC' North DadeRecreation ed to ONt, second an4 third
place winners. The first place
HOLMES ELEMENTARYThe winner of the tetherball tourna.
fifth and sixth grade M. ment was Edward Reed. Secondwas
The scene around the North Robert Helm and third was
W
source class (Mrs. R. Bryant
Dade Recreation Center wa in Edwin Norrls.
"
:- ;
: teacher, presented an open
i.'" house spring festival on Wednei. full swing for the Junior High First place in the archery
day, April 11 at 7 p.m. at the School boys. It was archery and tournament was Sanford Brad.
Q, school. tetherball time.Tournamenta. shaw., second, Wesley Williamsand
MI The exhibit was well attendedby were held in both Robert Helm, third.
many parents, pupils, supei- The center Is holding an Easter
visors, teachers and principals Monday party with lots of refreshments .
from several schools in the coun ver, Dade County TV supervisor; games and dancing.
'1 ty. The exhibit was presented as Senorita Sue Kerr, Spanish The time is from 1 p.m. t o I 5
a result of some of the many teacher ETV studio. p.m.Softball
1 activities' and projects that the Also we were fortunate in hav. league play for Junior
.: pupils engaged in during the ing Mr and Mr*. Voslosh visit high boys and girLs will beginon
Tuesday, April 24 and eon.
,' year. with at last PTA meet
our
-,1 us I
Untie the end of the term. There
i k t 4 1 There were many interestingand ing. I I will be three games each day
'" ..\ meaningful features such as: Teachers and pupils are get ;, full of thrills for the players as
j':1\ : Hansel and Gretel scene. ting to school earlier and stay well as the spectators. Come out
'
') : New step in arithmetic. fug later to engage in an extra and enjoy the fun. the stars Of
t :7' : Original stories and poem, I hour reading program. The gen. tomorrow are being developed
I:1-:1::1I Biographies Autobiographies. ieral concensus among pupil, today*
i' I Book reports. and principal Is that to spend a
Original drawings of myths. few hours on reading would be
I Subject area skits. of great benefit to all.
Junior Beautiful Home
on
Booker T. Washington
Scenes from the "Nut Crack. The members of the Holmes
Your Lot
er's Suite.
I
still about
family are talking
Wins Oratorical Contest We say congratulations to their Anna Bethel the little
these pupils their work speaksa second grader who found and
language of progress. Our aims returned the wallet of money.
Anthony Sweeting, a Junior at I
here at Holmes are "More I
Booker T. Washington High We are proud to learn of the
Resource Classes and
More
School, was named winner ; pubiclity, the many letters of
Pupils in Resource Classes.
Elks' State-wide recognition and praise as well 1.1
te-'t in Jacksonville last We were happy to have the the gifts she ha received for
night. following persons visit our school having performed nuch a noble
From here Sweeting and express a special Interest In need. It .U our hope that peoplenot Complete Building IsrvlM
pete in the Regional the TV and skills programs: merely children> allover
July against Misses Mary E. Pera and the world would imitate PLANNING
Georgia, South Carolina Aleen Dress, Philadelphia; Mrs. her act of honesty.( BUILDING
hamas and the West Arleen Williams, Douglas Elementary T. C. Crowder, principal .
The winner In that school; Misa Kittle Cul. V. R. Williams, reporter FINANCINGYour
I
will compete with other New Home
In August. Pr'ze for the t I
is a $4,000( scholarship. No Down
The Grand Lodge STAR MEAT MARKET
Education Department PaymentOver
ganized in Richmond Va.
under the Twenty Years .f
Grand Exaltel Ruler 1520 N.W. 62nd Street Construction kxperleno

son.Since the organization Guaranteed Satisfaction

department, more than o '
]Ion dollars have been C lmmv t aZ7

college in scholarships students.to THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE (!)f(2(

are 42 students in 38
Other deferring PL 1-3604

contest addlt'on winners to the, have Elks Fresh Meat-Low Prices MUm+ ,a
en aid in the pursuit of 888 N.&: 79th St.
co'leffe education.
Several winners of the +
State contest have won
gional and grand .',.. I

test mour, the Whitfleld lat of of which Ele- For The Finest Apartmerts at Moderate RatesCallAllUDED

won the highest honors \
and is now enrolled in the
houe College in Atlanta.
The citation were e
the current education
s'oner' Maxwell W. I
Dayona Beach
Looking on while Grand

w'nning gratulates ed Ruler theElks Hobeon Anthony I I I RENTAL

torical contest are W. O. &'
stats president and Today'd
D. Smith, Grand
,
ofY.
f
SUGGESTION? AGENCY INC.

Vl SATELLITE"e poonle scene are more ,

more. Why don't you.

itt Satellite Lounge The largest collection and rental

0223 N.W. 7th I 1 agency in the South; operating in

1
EVERBODY'S I Dade and Broward Counties'

TO EUROPE rww .wL.
Negro Housing areas.MANAGING .
Make Reservations L. BROOKS

Pay $99 Owner
And Spend
21 days guide AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
9 countriesENGIJAND
life
ships 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
.
busl
Bonded also has FREE employment service for
FRANCE : GET
GERMANY OF 4150 NW 7th Ave.
AUSTRIA B tided's' Tenants, at main office,
Include' Transportation
hotels, sightseeing, etc. .

11 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU

Leaving N.Y. July 1168 N.W. Srd AVE. FR 8.8416 17825 HOMESTEAD AVE.

Return Aug. 5 1675 N.W. 2nd 8T. M,,...._ OX I.... Perrte CB 8.8558

Friendship tour to 8801 GRAND AVE. ___ HI d-13411 1019 !f.W.8th ST.
Sponsored by : Ft. LauderdAle JA 4.8857
North's Travel 4240 N.W. 27th AVE. __ KB S4M09 830 HAMMONDVILLK RD.

And Pompano ..... ,,. WE 8-8285
The Pittsburgh 2060 N.W. 70th ST. .....?.M PL 8.097 ?? ?
14255 N.W. 22nd AVE.
Total cost $969 2060 N.W. 8rd cr. ,,,,,,, FR 1-8095 Op Lock MU 80617
Bal. in 24 monthly
1104 N.W. 3rd MAIN OFFICE

Phone FR 4150 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 98733p
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Sunlight Alumni THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

AROUND THE I SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1962 PAGE 15
BAHAMAS
The Sunlight Alumni Associa ....... ..

t_ .........:.... J!! !!'!!' .. ... __ tion met la tha conference room '
-- -- of the Sunlight School of Beau t"N""' ''' ''!-
Edward Barr, 16-month the Bahamas by the Bahamas ty Culture April 9 at 830! p.m. a s A rk
old son of Mr.. and Mrs. Dencle Synod on March 29 at Christ The very informative meeting WtABfA NEWS
Dar of Chlpp'ngham" was kill. Church Cathedral. The nomina. was enjoyed by the members.
ed in a truck accident on Wil. tion ..-
was confirmed by the Laity Allen Bain, president, presided sWSWS .. '
off East
Street
Hams Lape at but will not be final until The of the .
purpose associa.
It is Those who have won prizes so
March
31. T h
on
8130 P.tn e accepted by the Bishop of the tlon is to promote a closer social far playing the WMBM 1490
delivery track was driven byLlvihtstoa
Province
of the and
West cultural
Hepburn.. Thn father Indies. If relationship among Jack Pot Game will receive their "
the prelates the
; give it their a\>pro. graduates. prizes 011 Saturday morning 9:30at ,
wa& at work i and the mother itg6he val, Father We
'
Markham will bl were happy to see Mrs. :
fchbppihg dnfl left the child the Center Theatre, 61st St.
come the tenth BIshop Agnes Frazier of Belle Glade
of the and and 7th ave. Winners bring
his your
charge of grandmother
ih 100.year.bld Mrs.
blbces
Claudine!
of Newkirk of Pa.
Nauatt
inendis and childien. There will
whthe tragedy occurred, this
and
the Ddiam hokee at ha nu ting. Next meet.
be a lioj movie "Time Machine
the fourth traffic fatality of
was ing at 8:30
p.m. April 30 at the "
sponsored by WMDM.
the year. The police are making Bchobl.
David S. Arms 18, and Crelg1t I
loh.
invqptlga<<
._ tQn R
> Harvey 19, two Am rl: .
can college students Look, whose jealous "01. r {
Race fans at Hobby Horse Hall( their vacation In Nassau, by spoiled Births at Christian rlght" It.t'. welcome to the r

on March 30, staged a noisy pro. moving a scooter without the re. staff M1& Ronnie Roberts, a very

test! .and ,alniost became urigov: knowledge of the owner. In court Hospital capable socittary, sttoio-typiat, ,
t erhable :when Louis Mus rove'* they were tined $U each ft aI,
Royal Crown (No.1)) finished alternative with
-
of three
months. Florence Stanley, girl, April 9.
first in the race but was dls. The
Judge
told "
qualified by the stewards for because you are them beyond, Jus t 12 Leatha Mae Perry, boy, April Did you know that Fred Hanna .

Leonard Dames Tarzan (Uo._ 4)) ( the attended University of Wisconsin .
spanking stage UVera ''' -
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The officials penalized the riderof riot. This kind you cannot run B. Hodge, boy April 12. ??? lie has been in radio I ; :; :;;
of Barbara
i behavior Watson April
Royal Crown for Jostling not funny You acted like I is 13. girl, about four years. Began his caitcr China", which Ishe
Tempers flew sky-high and the fpols" young in Miami and la one of the : Monday through Saturday from
Betty E. Spence, boy 1 G.
April
Riot Squad of the Bahamas Po. Lessle Mae newest members of WMBM. Dls 12 mldnite to 5 as he is
Maloyd, girl
lice Force was called but the April his "Rocket Show at tf.
Miss Faith Rahming, daughterof 14. dally popularly called, has: already be.
demonstartion was over when it 7 p.m. and 9.12 mldnite. Lest
Mr and Mrs. Samuel T. Rah. come a top favorite with radio
arrived. suing of Clarence Town you forget, WMBM is on the air fans throughout southeast Florl.
Long
:24! hours a day. da and the Bahama Islands Ills
Island
has
passed her different
final a flag, came to Nassauon
The winner of the Hlllman nursing exams at Poole General March 31 and 2,740 show can be heard on both AM\
Minx de luxe ealoon in the Red Hospital, Dorsett England She disembarked. This passengers was a The Interracial Mothers Club and FM radio. OM\ Is the popular

Crows raffle at the Cat and I has been away for three years record for the year for seaborne sent Blanche: Calloway to Birmingham 1490 spot and FM at 93.9.!

Fiddle on the night of March ind expects to enter a hospital arrivals. Ala. to attend a conftrcnco Posse&'ed with a wealth of
30, was ,Ingrid Davis of Blue Edinburgh, Scotland on the Deep South: Ways background in radio broadcast

Hill Road. Other ,prizewinnerswere The government under au. : and Means to Integration. The lug, having worked on such well
: A. Carey, Cast St. round Captain Louis Williamson re. thorlty of the Lands Acquisition! I wetk and conference will be heldon known station as WUST Wash.

trip for two to West End, Grand cently bought the 196-foot long Act, Is taking over several arras Friday and Saturday, April iKton, DC., WOV, New York
Bahama: John Oleason original 'Frecll" from an American de. of land at Cat Island for de. 13 and 14.Something. C'ty, WADK Newport, R. I.,
painting; Kathleen Dean, case of veloper at Abaco. The ship, velopment as pastures. This and WBSM, New Bedford Mass.
Dacardi Rum. powered by two Gray Marine might cause many people to find new has been added China has been In the radio field
engines with a total of 450 out that what they called geuer.l.// to the programming of WMBM for more than 12 years and Is
Earl Grant, popular Decca re. horsepower, will be used in the Ion actually belong Discussions! and interviews with well verred n the finest of jazz
cording artist and movie star, Wayaguana\ mail service, and Crown. I Sam Gysln every Sunday and music. He comes from the na.
visited Nassau! recently tie was replace the Mayaguan Queen Monday night from 9.12 midnite. tion's capital and hn already
accompanied by his brother, which sank about two months This program will also be heardon made his new home In Miami.
Dill. Ho thrilled night club fans ago. It la one of the largest and When you leave the horses WMDM.FM-93,9 Me. The staff of WMBM\ welcomes
with his singing: and dancing, finest vessels ih the Out bland' China Val las to its family.
and was delighted with the service. Capt. Williams is a native at Gulfstream Park WMDM'S NEWEST Personall.ty .
reception he received He said of MayaguanaFive Stop in at the -China Valles, the newest addition

that ho loved the place and cruise ships, each under to the broadcasting staff MUSIC LOVEIl?
people Paradise Club of Radio Station WMBM the
1490 spot on your dial. Conductor Have you ever heard the
BARBER SPECIAL of the popular "House of inimical 'score from !Mr, Wonder
The IteV. Bernard Markham, Special price for children 751 1515 S.W. 12th Ave. Till? For thorn who love nnulo,
Wear of St. Margaret's Parish, 3 barbers to at all times -- Bottle will
serve
you .. ,- .. .... andlop Dudley
Park se :
Toxteph: Liverpool, 1!ng. :: -:
7th Street Barber Shop play any munlcvU score lint was
la dvas Dominated for the of. Rev. Amos Hall, proprietor Dania TOOTHACHE'Don't written In the last decade, Phe.nomennl .
ficft fit BJtfiop of Nassau and Guaranteed treatment for nimbly out of this '
dandruff u'y lufltr netdlmly. Get ipitdy rJlaf world.
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WA
from throbbing I pain of toothichlwith
630 N.W. 3rd Ave. fad acting ORA.III. Pain
? Shoo shH Wovs to serve you I goes In seconds, Guannttid I"f' Satellite Lounge
Pridgen or money bah All drug itorai. o" :'i'AlhNTI 0222 NW 7th Ave.T .
"Why send children to bootleg bar. ,
11/4 ACRESPALM w ...
"'ers and take a chance of impair Bartender -!nJrne-, -..wYe-....-.-------- -tIM
"" their heady by use of unsanitary .

BEACH equipment? Always use II : ..F Bonnie Watson Save a Life -
censed, modern barber for the best 4
Barmaid

375 self.interest" of your children and your. ---- Times' Ads Pay Off! I Drive Carefully!

Barber wanted. Male or female. .: Kill ..um; Manager _. ..
I -- ----
-
Good opportunity. -
110 down and 110 mwtHi. Only .
S375 full prk. Sg! Itt acra [
tract hi film' Such County his \du' MIAMlfft
than 54 mllM from Miami.' Discount THE YOUNG MEN'S PROGRESSIVECLUB Fto HA I PTO NIfI2oQH.It, ) 't nu.H .
I for 'larger piretli." 2 ra :'h ,It, Itfwft'" 1.1"II, '
ctntly compltttd had toads <
within 1000 yards show how close v 'y OUSE MOTEL and VILLAS
this' It to progrni.) Set It,
I I walk, Ion'It, go 'In your own ear. PRESENTS ITS FIRST ANNUAL
o Clear ground with native gr...... 't4; IwlmmlegPelt' mad/atla. UtlMut win*!* *TIle.
No Interest no doting cttti, Bath! Ctcktall IMHI Calls tkaa M< liitauraalCagmtlM

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MAKE FAMU PACE 16 SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1962

Jazzy- Red On The Spot- I 115, I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA "

By Clinton Moses, Jr. HALL OF FAME .. .

Hampton House took over the Open House at I TALLAHASEB Florida A
Entertainment Spot-lite last week- and M University' bestowed the $650,000 Offered By N.Y. )+,
end. Earl Grant's four-day stay Christian Hospital highest honor a university can I
at the Hampton House was en. award its graduates and former
hanced with a 10-plece local band administrators when it induct. Mets For Mays RefusedThe
of fine:. musicians, headed by Sunday, May 13 ed 15 into the initial Hall of
Charles L. Austin, Jr., whose entertainment Fame Series here during: con. San Francisco Giants
made the weekend at Because National Hospital Day vocation last week. April is won't trade Willt Maya, not
the Hampton House fabulous Earl \will fall on Saturday, May 12, "Hall of Fame" Month during, even for their own ball club. Miles College Choir
will return this weekend by popu this year, the Board of :Management the Diamond Anniversary cele. This paradoxical otter andIts
lar demand Earl is taking will observe the day on bratlon of FAMU. ret.u.salfU revealed Mon.
lessons in the Chicken Scratch and Sunday with an open house from day by Giant President Horace Here SundayThe
guess who is the teacher Jaz 3 to 7 p.m. at which time the The candidates were presented ; Stoneham. Early this year, San
zyRcd. public is invited to Inspect the by Attorney Charles F. Wil. Francisco refused 800 units of
.
.Institution :and ,note the won. eon, president, FAMU General Giants stock for the Say Hey boy. Miles College Choir of
Phillis Branch is still doing a derful progress that has been Alumni Association' to Dr. G. W. The stock, worth an estimat. Birmingham Alabama, will appear
wonderful job at the Thunderbirdand made, and meet the new admin Gore Jr.,, university president, ed $650,000, had been donatedto at Trinity C.M.E. Church, 511
I have a hunch that she is istrator and the personnel of the who presented the certificates a hospital grant by Mrs. N.W. 4th St., Sunday, April 22, at
headed for the Ed Sullivan Show institution, symbolic of the zenith of recog. Charles Shlpman Payson, owner 7:30 pjn. Come hear the Forty-
for her great Voice Choir, one of the most
sometime this year nition of outstanding achieve of the New York Mets. If the deal
The entire nursing profes. promising in the South today.
appearance menta by the recipient. had
gone through, Mrs
,
Payson
+
I sion is invited to visit the in- would have Robert Brewster Is the Conductor.
Barry Sinco, year-old comedian tution B6 a tribute to their hero. Rev. W. W. Weatherspool, pas. (stock and the ')repurchased have the ,
from California, was on the bill ic founder, Florence Nightingale. tor of Mt. Olive Baptist Churchin sent it west In return for
with Earl Grant. Barry was featured Several young ladies will serve'n Atlanta, was' the guest apeak Mays.
comic at the FontainebleauHotel guiding visitors throughoutthe er and one of the honorees Iii position Stoneham, .summed\ the Giant's TEEN AGE HOP
with the "Saucy Seandal9"show institution, where they may. told his audience' that we are up In one sentence:
lie has been in concert with pause in the spacious dining confronted with the "problemsof "Maya The Isn't Mets for sale I or trade." Every Friday Night
Chico Hamilton and Buddy De room and be refreshed.The the boundary of reality and Six needn't feel alone.
in California and soon to years ago, Stoneham con.
are being pushed out into space Dancing Entertainment
play the Playboy in Chicago. Billy committee is hoping that whether we want it or not. firmed Monday, the St. Louie
Grant, Earl's brother, and Barry: the people of Dade County will Cardinals fruitlessly offered $1
Theatre
Sinco were guests of honor at the open their hearts and contribute He said man's function In this million for Willie Mays. Liberty ,
Entertainer's Club Blue Monday generously to the institution that world of changing ideologies is to -.. ---
.IIIIIIIIIIII: : : te cKKat +
eCa catKKe'c'tenC e c e cacatxecatr 'ce !tat'c((' :
Party Is dedicated to suffering humani become the shock trooper of
000 ty.. destiny and the,
vanguard of Welcome
I
Dizzy Jones is what's happeningon a new eoclal order. He Is an
the Beach. lie has worked Christian Memorial Hospitalcan
agent of experiment, and the
wonders at Harry's Bar at the Eden only strive by the way you thrust of the ages, declaredthe FLA. STATE TEACHERS ASS'N
Roc. Take a tip from me, if you help It.Returns. speaker.

want to see Dizzy at his best, dig Entered on the Hall of Fame SIGMA ALPHA CHAPTER OF OMEGA PSI PHI
.
him the Beach
on
High For plaque were: education, the late FRATERNITY
Thomas D. Tucker, the late
Listen who's doing wonders on American Cancer Thomas Vann Gibbs, the late .'
Invites
wonderful you to attend! its .
Beach and having a
the .
Nathan B. Young, and the late __ .
time-Eloise Foreman and one of Society Crusade J. R. E. Lee Sr.; business Noah
the top singers found anywhere. "The American Cancer Society H. Dennett Jr. and Dr. EdwardA. ANNUAL. CABARETBALL
best known as
Reed
Napoleon" the residential fund drive, held April Welters; science, the late '
also working on Thursday 26
"Nat is I IBeacn. April
10, appears to be a wonderful Booker Jones; healing arts, Dr. ,
00Don't success," stated Mns. Milton M. L. H. B. Foote Dr. Daniel T. '
forget to catch that great Gettinger, residential chairman Rolfe, and Dr. Jack E. White; AT. THE KING O HEARTS CLUB
for the 1962 religion, Thomas A, Harris and **
show at the King of Hearts featuring campaign. "There
DANCING
Phil Harris were over 9,000 volunteers work. W. W. Weath repool; aortal AND SHOW
The man that shook the M. Club ing In Dade County." work, Samuel M. Jenkins, humanities -
entertainers this week was a comic, Planning for several of the Mrs. Jessie Bennett Advance $1.25 Door $1.50
Flash Wilson who is departingthe Dade County districts, Mrs. Nathaniel Sams; and government, Frank
city to f Join the Brook Benton Colston said, "On the E. Plnder. Time:' 10 p.m. until Breakfast
Show. My departing words to whole, it appears that the totals
Flash were "Good luck, but the will be higher this year. We bad t I17 1 1t1a1r>llta f -..>tlt7 kf hfo l>ri7 .tlalo.AAl f so..I Al 1
show must go on." some areas that did much better on the whole, cooperation this
.
than last year, and a few that year has been the finest ever. A
Take a tip from a man who did not do as well, but the final good deal of this cooperation cat
knows, a man who is always on figures are not in yet. We hope be traced to the fact that peopleare Brand $New Homes !
the spot. Have no fear, Jazzy that many of the envelopes that becoming increasingly aware
Red will let you know what !is volunteers left where residentswere of the importance of the work
here not at home will be return done by the American Cancer 3-BEDROOMS 2 BATHS FLA. ROOM
ed to us." Society. Open Sunday 2-5 p.m.
Bill Robinson and The Quailsare The amount callected thus far Owner at 1430 N.W. 59th 'St.
throwing a whale of a party In Dade County Is $60,017, which
Saturday night at the Entertainer'sClub. I is approximately $3,000 over the SWIM DON'T DRIVE! Lot 140 feet at 2161 N.W. 59th St.

It's their going-away party, total this time last yurt If you drink like a fish Home, good income, duplex, 811 N.W. 57th St.
they have bookings for places up Mrs. Colston remarked that, JUotd for sale Corner. 75x140 and 100x105
state. Good .
luckaBill I Many other in.Liberty City. Save.money. Build to order

Notes Harold whose Ferguson.headquarters and his are High at ''Ml BOWLING S. BARON JE 8-1340 -JE 2-4343
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the Ml Club, appeared on :file : ,
"Big Break"" on Sunday,-.. Earl: i %< r 'fift&
Grant ea'd ,that .t'Ilig.M"a* .and .. -"- .. .
Debris are the Jazziest barmaids :ENTERTAINERS: CLUB:


found TREAT anywhere.r''YOURSELF i < i 1900 N.W. 75th Street Better Homes For Sale!


Wives. are bringing husbands to FUN AND ENTERTAINMENT FOR ALL AGES

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makes what
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You'll never know what our F FREE
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THE Extra largo 3-bedroom home, 2 baths, Florida
FAMILY
room. A e.utifullarge lot. No qualifying.
Guest HouseThe

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Seeing! is BelievingSee RED air conc5tioning.S. I .

us for clean,rooms j .: "
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5123"NW'ISth Avenue \ downBeeuulifitl"2
2941 NW 47th St., Miami Gives:Away 'f $900

Jamaica Dugie, always'. a" 4: See what you get on each side.; Duptex like'new
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INDF '* 4. 1930 NW 51st Terrace $995 down

2 homes on lot that is extra large. Perfect income

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SERVICEEASY ;. ( ', ;: The little one
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TERMS WEEKLY JoAnn Jazzy Red BIG VOICE '
SAVE! We have many others to choose from
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