The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 28, 1962
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
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issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00314

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Lawsuit To Contest 6)000 CQMMUNITY; .ATTEND 2,000 Here For State .. ."

Stormy Masonic Election EQG HUNT Teachers ConventionMore i'

'Tlje} program, first of Its kind
In what was called by many bert Jones of Tallahassee as Deputy Easter. Egg hunt and parade than 2,000 teachers from state held meetings,, the group,
oldtlmers, the most stormy meeting I Grand Mason, who, it was later last Sunday afternoon at Manor all over the state started pouringinto listened to an address by Dr. Nor
in the history of Florida Ne determined, was disqualified; his Park, NW 48th St. and llthare. Miami on Thursday to attend ris Haring, Educational Directot'Children'
groes-and perhaps in the United resurrection of a forgotten and .'was qplte a success. An eM.! the 72nd Annual Convention of
States-Rudolph Bradley of Miami I unused Masonic constitution said 8,000 children and adults the Florida State Teachers Asso Rehabilitation Center:
was elected as Grand Master of to have been adopted in 1916; his mated elation. The three-day meeting! is City officials and community'leaders
the Most Worshipful Union Grand insistence that the Jacksonville turned out. being held at Dinner Key Auditorium *
Lodge of Masons last week in lodges pay rent for use of the first of Its kind welcomed the:delegates at"
Jacksonville. Temple, while some claimed he program the Thursday night assembly. The
such scale, lponlot.e4
Bradley had 123 votes; Fred was too old to head the order. on by Dade a big County'was Commualtywtoe President Cato Roach. Jr., of keynote address was made by C. .
Alexander of Gainesville, 103;' and l Citizen Commute-,. Fort Lauderdale, presided{ over Bud Wilkinson, University of Ok
Dr. ILL Williams, who succeeded Dr. Williams' supporters pointto the:flrat general assembly at. 11o'clock.Thurday lahoma Director of Athletics
his incumbency Charles Hadley, our Sepia Major ;
the late Charles II.. Henry to that the fact that during morning. The
of less than ehalrraan. <---:-_' Sessions will be held all
office, had 72. .Alexander fainted a year ': pr&sUtat,gaygihis, annual message day .
when the results_',were announcedand 3,000 new members have been Dr.. James Hogan served"?aY "i lid"Executive'Secretary Gilbert Friday and election of officers
added, three new lodges organizedand will be held at the final ..esslonSaturdaY'
had to be taken to a hospital.The master of ceremonies. The Porter of Tallahassee made his re
two reinstated. farming 'Many of the
election was an all-night speaker, Mrs. Dana Chapmen,
session, lasting from about 6 election be port.After teachers win 'JoI -ihct educational
p.m. Bradley's : may contested was Introduced by Garth C,
the 10 districts of the tour to Nassatf.on Saturday.
Wednesday evening to 7 a.m. on in court on the groundsthat Reeves. Un address merited the
Thursday. It was noisy and dis for sixteen months he paidno applause she received.Plitforu t -- --
orderly. Demonstration "gangs" dues or burial to the Grand '
controlled the mikes of the loudspeakers Lodge, and it is alleged that he cuesta included:
in the Temple and carried reinstated April 17 when the dead City( CommlM10ners Henry Bala. Two Killed When Car
out the wishes of the "ma line by law Is April 15. It is also ban, Dave ,Kennedy and Alice
chine" with vengeance. claimed that Bradley is 50, and Wainwright, Mrs Helene Vos-
,. Opposition to Dr. Williams was the law says men can Join or be loh, "member School Board, For.
based on his appointment of El. reinstated up to 55. mar(Senator Claude: Pepper, Mrs.
Spear Harris. ''Rev. Edward '1'. Goes Into Tamiami Canal

Graham, H. E. S. Reeves, W. C. _
Cogdell, Henry Arrington, County
2 Negroes Finally Win Commissioner Allen Patten Two members of a Negro acrobatic -
I and John Johnson. .I team were killed and six Donny Hudson and'.R. L. Wood
were injured Wednesday night son, deputy sheriffs, ,\were on the'
Master Electricians License when their car plunged Into a scene within minutes after the
I Tamlami Trail canal near Naples. wreck. They dived into the canal
History was made in Miami on Davis Named ToOily and rescued the injured.
Dead are Sherlll Warren, 11,
Wednesday when two Negro electricians j and Mrs. Brenda Billing The group, one of the few Negro
were formally licensed as Supreme Court Disbars Committee The injured were Daisy Tucker, acrobatic teams in ,the country

Master Electricians in Dade County 21, the driver; Russell Nesbitt, 39, appeared at Miami Stadium -4,
{ after a long court fight. Diana Strong 17 Karen Freeman Tuesday night al a feature attract '
Ex-Judge Jak see/ Dr. I. P.; Davis, prominent .Miami I 11, Kim Wilson,*" 7, and' Barbara Uon'with the IndUnayoli Clown",.
The Rev. A.' D.'' oleman, of dentist has been appointed to the Butler, 16. 1" I '. I
17926 S.W 102nd Ave. in Perrine The State Supreme! Court ;Wed City'o/ Miami Beautification Committee '
and Andrew N Carey, 10201 S.W. nesday disbarred Miami Attorney, by the City Commission, it I The "Flying Nesbitts" were apparently Fort Mycrt >Negroes I
170th St, also in Perrine were John D. Johnson for unprofessional was ; announced on Wednesday going from Miami to St. ', '
issued Certificates of conduct. Davis' appointment was effective! Petersburg to perform police said, t I
as Master Electricians, by author April 18, according to the officeof when a rear wheel fell off their Battle SegregationNegro '
an order signed by Judge Johnson a former Miami judge, City Clerk, Frank Correll. E. nine-year-old car. The vehicle hit
Paul D. Barnes, retired Florida was charged with converting fees Albert Pallot is chairman of the two trees, lost its top and a door, citizens' of (Fort Myers)
Supreme Court Justice now sitting to his own use without perform.. Committee. and plunged into the water. I are pausing -th e | r protest

in Circuit Court while various incumbent ing the services paid for ._ --- -- --- ---- against rao.'al: fnjuitjce. They I
Judges are Campaigning asked the Lee County School '
for reelection, The ,disbarment followed a ternary i ." Board to make ;Iii '$ewEdisonJunior
O suspension of Johnson'sl '
The lav,fll'nof nd.Jt9lI; l ; r'liractice law, ; The court t fb school, 'CoU'l'e.'I Falling' Iii an: that'Integrated,they
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handled the legal lIeldaf :la.Tallahasseeevidence .
ct ar 'Ibbrwa : :, *,of his rei have beenprest.rlnft. t&*:Jtoardt .
olema; ; ;
; habtlttatJoh..I, '\ :'>' .;W; i % : tp-prpr'4.e; .utor4 1Sca1dM. .Jool'Slr.A '..r, .
Negroes have battled the city ;, tense of "equal" faclHtf... The
for many years in an effort to Two justices, *. K. Roberts and J board proposed to set up the>
crack the color bar in this field. E. Harris Drew, recommended an "4. yr r Negro college! In the. already
The city still refuses to license 15-month suspension instead. .of overcrowded Dunbar H 1 g'hi. .
disbarment School. *
Negro plumbers.Police "

Tf ; : Another protest was ma4r j
when the Dunbar .faculty voted'' ;
to keep the high school baud! Y ,
Sergeant IndictedIn from marching In, the, Pageant of; 'i\\ '
Light Parade, an annual spectacle i .
I In honor Thomas Edison, 4"
The Negro band has \traditionally
Of YouthRobert marched at the tall end of this '
Killing parade. A few years ago aa attempt .
was made to Jet the Na.
rON march at the end of
Linton 26, Florida City '
section Instead ef at, the ead of
police sergeant surrendered Wed- l the whole, line ,but this ..t. .
> placet +
t Associate j
Aes\ ? ivy* Accepts) '
In which he was.charged. with. :; them In"front oflb'i. band from* :
manslaughter. : : Arcadia, Arcadia, with,. Ma,Con. I '
Linton was charged with killing fiegre Cillegesr federate uniforms, could I not f fhear .
Rudolph Nathan Davis, 18. a Negro this So the Negroes were 1 '
he. tho.Yed. .Jjaclt to the 'end-'Pt. therine. .
friend ,with whom was. ,
) .F*the..lint-time. ,In its 29-year *- ,
.tusVingTat! a :carnival
The police Indicated at a pre- history, the Florida Association of Last year a telecast was made ,

vious trial that at one point during Colleges and Universities acceptedfour of the parade and the. band was i.
their tussling. Davis pulled -Negro institutions as members not shown In. It. '
away and said 'Walt, I'm goingto Wednesday.
get my .45," as he reached Inside SNATIONAL ;
his open sport shirt. The officer Becoming full-fledged members Alphas Launch Into useful tool for the shapingof '.
then pulled his gun and firedin are Florida A. and M. University, this. vast new frontier upon PlAY
self-defense. Tallahassee; Bethune Cookman Scholarship Fund which we are embarking; Alpha
Witnesses testified before Peace College, Daytona Beach; Florida I has granted financial aid to FESTIVALAT
Justice Sylvester Adair that Lin Normal and Memorial College, St; !Contest several graduate of local high fAMU:
ton bad been twirling the fancy- Augustine; and Gibba Junior College -I school in order to aid them la {
butted magnum pistol earlier and Tampa became 'an associate These six lovely young ladles, obtaining higher'' education. ;,
pulled it again in his "game" with member. officially launched tile "UJss, TALLAHASSEE The Fieri 4
b- Davis. They said that the gun Alpha Content" In grand style With a view toward continuing da A and II University stpeeebj
r fired and the bullet struck Davis All are accredited by the Southern by joining the Alpha BrothersIn Its policy of scholarship **.(,. department aad the FAMU ;
In the mouth. Association ,.of Colleges' and a cocktail alp atop the starlight lance the ")(1.. Alpha"* contest Playmakers will play,bests oa
Schools roof of the luxurious Bis.eayne >II being sponsored In aa,effortto May J.. to the 26th conference ;
Terrace Hotel. help finance the program. and play festival of the Nation '
M Man Arrested For ?,;..., "... ConiUtant with this belief, and al AsNOdatlon of Dramatic and
'The, FBI' identified- the man U As was the tradition of Al. In aid thereto, the fraternityhas Speech Arts. Scores of speech' I
Wife In 159 Isadore Harris, of 920 N.W. 7th pha's founding fathers Beta designated the week of May student, dramatists and play. '
KilKiig St and'said be had been living Beta Lambda chapter continue 8.10 u "Education for Qtls n. era from many colleges and. oalveraltlet -
A 47-yearold Georgia man was here for two yean under the name to hold high the aim of better ship Week:' During this time the will meet to bear lee.turd i
held in the Dade County Jail this of Ben Smith. He was indicted scholarship among young people. chapter's efforts and attentionsare on speech' and theatre; to > .
week on charges,of murdering his for murder in Fulton County Ga. Believing that many bright concentrated upon the high freeent plays, live readtnga anAl
wife in '1959 because she sat next after he allegedly shot and filledhIS minds could, but for the lack of school Junior and seniors of orations, and study;speech egrireetloa. :
to another man'In church wife financial ability, be cultivated I the county. ;"'"- a. I v! f '-fft j >> f. \ .
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"PAGE 2 SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1962 I Y;tl K 4 tI kd \ !i .Honored by
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,, II' ; Eastern Stars For
NAACP Seeks Rights Law In ;;/>fu.' .''i'-i". .t1t I ,.:..<
':f',' """ ,, 25 Years Service
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St. Petersburg Clearwater ;.' ".. ,t-/iaf1: : :, During the 69th Session of the
+ 's t r.b ;f f'' Bethlehem Grand ''Chapter Order .
,. of Eastern Stats Working
'The NAACP branches In this qther." Negotiations are under :,;;F under the protection of theM
city and: In nearby Cleanrater way for a conference with city ;' ". W. U. G. Lodge of Florida,
have petitioned their respective .. M W R. R. Williams, 33 degree
city councils to pass ordinances Leonard Shivers president of ':: Grand Mauler prince Hall Affll.
: discrimination in all 'the Clearwater NAACP branch lation. -
: ia
called the Councilto ", { ": ,
has City
;public accomodatlons. "eradicate upon segregation In +A; Mrs. Wilder was honored for
25 and 'over of serving in
In a letter to the St. Peters. every place licensed to cater to years Grand Jurisdictional
the A
lburg City| Councils, Leon /Cox, and do business with the public! 1' beautiful piece of Jewelry
president of the NAACP branch As a first step, the city has ordered wl r ; her was
ytKr r t given her by present Grand
called for enactment of a mea. removal of Jim Crow : ,;
Worthy Matron, Mrs. C. B. Nel.
:sure "assuring all citizens of St. signs from Courtney Campbell 3
son Daniels, who has as her
:Petersburg rights granted any causeway.
I motto, "Lifting as we move for.

r-iiIJ A4 \e I The Jewelry wads pinned oa
ForAged t the Grand Treasurer by the
Housimg Project Grand Worthy Patron Rev. T.
I A.Rolla.. Thjs: was> really the
_" grandest session ever experienc.
Nearly Completed 1tL ', !' ;: 1; ed and, with past oVer international 35 international gues'lafrom

(several Jurisdictions pres.
b t ent.Times'.
w f1i
Jollivette 'Plaza apartments, including 30 efficiencies jj .
and 36 one bedroom
units. Rader and Associates are
Opening in May the architects for Jollivette. Ads Pay Off!

Work is rapidly nearing
completion on the Miami Housing '
Authority newest projectsfor
the aged, the Abe Aronoxitz N
Villas and Jollivette Plaza.

Dedication of the villas at NW
13th Ave. and 28 St. and the 'J
plaza at NW 24th ave. and 65th! brewedfor '
st. are set for the latter part of .
May, according to Martin Fines, .
chairman of the authority.

These devolpments, with a that 4hr
total of 121 apartments and construction
costs of nearly a million .
dollars, bring to three the
number of city projects specially wonderfulworld
designed and built for Miami'seenlor

citizens. .s

With the completion of Donn
Gardens January, 1961, the
housing authority was the first s
In the Southeast to build low

rent aged."I- .housing exclusively r for the of leisure

think this is ;just the be.
ginning," said Fine. "We havea
waiting list of 1,200 who watnto I r g
live in these project whichare '
setting the pattern for thetyp F
| <1 of (development we oughtto
t # yyx
have for the aged. I .

We are going to strive\ to coor.
dinate our actions with those of ._._. ,
the city and county with 1m.
plementation of urban renewal,
and we need to act as a catalyst v rm arra +M' w"t S '' ? Jt r x r '
In this regard. Flue added. M

The Adonovitz Villa designe.
ed by Smith and Korach, are at. ) ;? f lA Y
tractive two-story buildings and I \
cost U 15,8 U. They are on a 't "t
two and one-half acre site and I 4. ;
house 66 apartments containing
39 efficiencies and 16 one-bed ', ,;
room unita.Jollivette.

Plaza, at a cost ofGuon
$ Is on four acres and .
has one story buildings with 66

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1 v 11r ,r A Weds W. C. Edwards i j ,

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s By ELLIOTT J. PIEZEIn flower girls. Little James Ar.
a very unique wedding, thur "Jimmy" Culmer, BOn of vM
Was Ardle Bell Knowlei, daugh.ter the Culmers was the ring bear.
of Mrs Gladys Knowlei of er and Little Jill Matthew, an.
1381 NW 71st Terr., became tht other cousin of the brides
bride of William Carrington Ed. the miniature bride In the wed.
wards of 1399 NW 56th at., son ding. The flower girls wore pret.
I 1 f of Mrs. Gloria Williams of Lon. ty yellow dresses and the mlnia.
don, England, in marriage cere ture bride was In white.!, !
monies held 7:30 Easter morn.
As the wedding procession be.
4 P "w l ing at St. Agnes Episcopal \ ,
ushers entered the
gan, the W1.
Church with the Vent John E.
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church first, marching to the ,
h Culmer officiating. 1\,i ,J.
'' traditional Wedding March by f
Gorgeously attired In a stun. .s -
Mende' 80h.n. As the bride en.
1 ping floor length white gown of tered the church, the immortal I want to take thk method of
tulle and chantilly lace with
Bridal Chorus from the Opera thanking all Heroines and He-
a a matching accessories, a whiteve'l Loengrln, was played. Miss Cassandra rot\ of District 15 for supporting
c\ white satin
slippers and
uI Hanna, one of the organ. me for the Deputy Grand
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carrying a white prayer book lets at St. Agnes' preaded at the Most Ancient Matron for the I
with two white orchids attached
d United Grand !
console of the giant Molar PipeOrgan. Most Worshipful
thereto, tho bride was given Court Heroines of Jericho.
away in marriage by her brother, Thanks to the following Heroines -
Melvin Knowles. Mrs Gladys Knowle, motherof :
The bride was attended by a the bride and a well known Carrie Lou Arnold, Ethel
z r matron of honor and six brides and long-time member of St. Johnson, Syble McPhee, Theo
II maids. Mrs Emily Priscilla Agnes was attired In a very at. Claire, Mae Monroe, Elvira Lester -
The entire evening is packed Lewis, sister of the bride was tractive gown of turquoise silk ; Lerlene Hepburn, VlnnloHargrett ''I
"Hawaiian (Cockt'ailExtravaganza" I I matron of honor, and bridges. with match.
with the highest calibre of en. organza applicade, Estella Beason, Ro.
tertalnment. You cannot beat I maids 'were MUses Omen Bay. lug accessories, with a bouquet I etta Sullivan, R. Q., Harriett
At activities such as: The hairstyles lor, Joy Bryon, Emerald Wilson, of orchids and a chain of pearls.A Bentley, Rose Flint, Dell Lowe,
Jean Thompson, Oletha Hall and. Evelyn Simpson and Ercella
hair creations and wigsof Joyce Robinson. special reception In honor'

Bayfront AuditoriumThe all descriptions that will be The matron of honor 'was dress of the newlyweds was held at 3 Major heroes: John Williams and
modeled for your enjoyment.Meet ed in an attractive gown of aprl. p.m. at St. Agnes .social hall. A C. D. Bentley.AMATEUR.
incomparable Pied Piperof your friends at this affair cot over yellow and carried a large crowd attended both af.
the piano, Remarkable Rubin bouquet of blue carnations The
and free
sip Hawaiian cock
(Swlnglngest Trio in Town) and tails< from 7 till 8 p.m. as you Us. I I bridesmaids were all attired In
other guest musicians providethe ten to the sweet strings of Ha.wallan ,gowns of aqua over yellow and fairs.TOOTHACHE NIGHT
music your dancing music. each carried a bouque of yellow
listening pleasure Sunday April carnations.

29 from 7 to 12 at the Bayront If you are lucky, you may win Air. Clement "Bill" Hinds, a font tufftr tlttdl'''''. Oil Wfty, ra* Liberty Theater
auditorium. free a trip to Nassau, A clock long.time friend of the bride. Jilt fan ttwDfctof/ Mhi" d IMtMcktwttt
Among guest celebrities is radio or a flash camera. groom, was the best man, and In' Mcwtn.Ktlni OM-JCU CiwriRUi f tin' ASMI Every Tuesday NiteIf
Mrs. Juanita Jeffries who for Members of the sorority thank ushers were Messrs!! Fred Mor. !'moiwy...All drvl Itonl. ,
through Japan, China Tahiti you very }kindly for supportingthis ley, Leroy Knowles, Donald Hall, you sing, dance or act
and Samoa. Appearing with Mrs. effort, wrlch will benefit John Blvins and Oarrington ,
Jeffries in their 'Interpretation their annual scholarship fund Thompson. The brldgegroom Register at Box OfficeBetter
of "The Tahaitlan Dance," 1 I. of Dethune Cookman College wore a dark outfit and beetman
Solomon Rankin Donation $:.00, and ushers were dreaded In
black and white tropical formal
i attires.

W. 0. Perry To SpeakjjOn of Little Pr. and Angela Mrs.Culmer John ,E.daughter Culmer A 9 C

I and Little Joyce Matthew*, a '
cousin of the bride, were the :

Elks Celebration Day Programfit. Attention LadiesMary

On Sunday April 29 the This promises to be the fln.
lion. W. O. Perry, president of eat parade held in our area in a : F. Dix. 1tREL
the Florida Association of Elk on, a taleaUd
long time. A very short but In.
and assistant Grand Exalted and ii trteaeecl.
terestlng program will be ren.
Ruler of the Improved Bene. dered after the parade, when r beautician ha-*
volent Protective Order of Elk you will be able to learn the again added to
of the World, will address what meaning of Elks Day and what her wide boY
ia xpected to be the largest edge of treat.
the Elks mean to our communi ((41
gathering of Elks and other or. In the beauty: DELIVERY DRUG
ty.You world.
ganlzed group. ever assembled in can't afford to miss this
South Florida in the past dec. grand affair. If you wish to Just 1 a".s t
ade. Liberty Lodge No. 1052 spend an hour or the whole day, summer a ,h .
and Liberty Temple 6525 NW you will not regret it. You attended t k.. HAROLD JOLLIVRTTK. Maaaw
18th Ave., wlll sponsor this should make your reservationnow. Hair Wee Convention that was
great event There will be no admteslon. held In New York City White

Aside from the address by Contact Elks 'Day committee: there she learned'many new ,hairstyles
there will bo full day Bills: Emmett Heywood Da. under the direction of the f
Perry a
of activities, starting with vid C. Tucker, Dewltt Johnson; Hollywood Academy Beauty Homes For Sale!
Daughters Frances
breakfast at 8 a.m. and luncheon Turner, Vic. School.
between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. after torla Johnson Gladys Smith. For an up to date'natural hairor
Telephones: MU 8.2119, Marie wee! hair style,' visit Mary
which colorful parade
a large, Donse.lt OX For those who have. little more to down i
will take place which will In ; 1-9928 Dorothy F. Dixon at the ChrUtalee's money pay
elude the Junior Herd of Liberty Williams; NA 4.2271, Cecil Beauty Salon, 805 NW 3rd ave.
Barr chairman. on home tee these before buy.
Lodge and Temple that won Phone FR 1-6354. a you

the Ida Register Trophy at the ,

Florida State Association of .
Elks Convention in Jacksonvillethree Sharp VoterELECT
reeks ago.
Also in line of march will be 1. 1030 NW 45th Street $1,000 own

the .t>Mt exalted ruler council Extra large bedroom home, 2 baths, Florida
in their colorful marching out.114 .
Sharp room. A beautiful large lot. No qualifying

for Constable 2. 721 NW 45th Street

A'beautiful' like new 3-bedroom, 2 bath home with
1 ACRES 'No. 1 ;in the
C air conditioning
May election.
PALM BEACH 3. 5123 NW 15th Avenue $900 down

I all the qualifi Beautiful 2.bedroom on each side. Duplex like new

375 to do a good 4. 1930 NW 51st Terrace $995 down

1 f 10 dews wrf $19 n***. Only ] this office. 2 homes on lot that I I. extra large. Perfect Income
1)75 full DTK*. lit! 114 tew
Tract hi film SMC Ctvnty tat 5. 7753 NW 10th Avenue $850 down
this. 54 mllM trim Miami tit-' 47-B;
taunt cen'ly for complete Uf9W Mrcek Mrtf.. 2 rwdi'n- 3.bedroom, 2 bath. ''No closing costs.

wltIIle 1000 v*<* *... fcf eAis 'Bill Sharp TI well acquainted in law enforcement ,BA I this ,lend, propm. =
wk! as It, : m you errs wr.Ctor a Bonded Special Officer, Department of Public Safety flptc- .
trowvd wild, MtM r*****. i
N* !Intwwt II diM l f M... lal Deputy Constable of the First District of Dade County,and
Wirrtnty Ottd. M aMdiidurgr. We have others to choose ,from )
frat many
of the National ebertfl's Association. In MdlUAS
Hit* lnti"* M*. HI0' .., a member -
.Iavltltlt). IjftrtMN Thai Mini Ml//ifili SMckMlm kid. ., 'Bill" Sharp has successfully operated the Federal Detective We are open Saturday and Sunday, tool w:

astnl* .( talen n. Mi.ee Agency( for 7 year in Dade County serving both. Retail and
effiCII d far of RMlton.full, WomttoB.etof Cwt. .to.u5isd wr wholesale Merchant of Dade and Broward Counties, in their Call us and we will come and pick you up to .sea tbs
elides'' w *. "" -II
"" ....MtloN to r.". N vfi r.,,,. business problem
MoM1. u bid tin If Nt hias.Nat Mltoflrf. .ta SOtin. W. E. "Bill" Sharp reside with his wife Marine, at 65 ,
Realtor N.W. 124th St. Tour vote for him will assur 700 good setwIS*( I
Ratner, Realty Inc.
M.B. Federal Bldg. Integrity and efficiency Ask any of his clients, put or print,- : ,


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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1962 dignity of the Individual/1 ,'
Wfe Way be certain that the Citizens Council's offerto TEEN AGE HOP

pay far tteporttog; Nfegrb'es to Northern cities is nothing
more than an effort to hurt rather than to help. Every Friday Night,

TBereVill*probably be some who will fall for it, Dancing Entertainment'
but right thinking Louisianans will ignore the offer and Theatre
remain at home still contending for rights which they Liberty

k' know are theirs. .
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Avenne-Phdn% OX 1.0421 -'u
Main Offlle At 6T4O N.W. ISth
Ilranch at 1112 NW. Third Ave., Miami FfttHda-Phone Fll 2230

GARTH 0. HBKYtS' Managing Editor :

tfotafc 0, 1027, at the Post Office
Kntml% as Second Matter, August
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 187e ?q Call Action Realty

ONB YEAR- $5 00 SIX KNTHS *3. FOREIGN $0.00 "---7 .. --

;Member of the Associated Negro Press
!shem4Petr tf tlie National Newspaper Publishers ,Association J ham Best ,
- -- ..- .A For nice 2 and 3-bedrodrA: CBS .. locatiSru

WELCOME TEACHERS Near everything From $200 down payment Terms
rr t Florida tate Teachers Association, Cato Roach> Y like ions. Call .
Clr* Resident, is in Miami this week for a three-day meet

Their 72nd annual convention opened on Thus': I 4 d HARRY DENNY
'day at ,the Dinner Key Auditorium and will close on Sat-

urday.The theme of ,the convention is: "New Frontiers in I" MU 5.2652 Office always open "

Education For The Changing "Times."

Speakers and consultants include: Dr. Norris Har-
Kansas Center Charles Bud ------- ----
of ---
ing, University Medical ;.
Wilkerson, University of Oklahoma; Dr. Samuel.'Shepherd $DEPUTY JOHNNIE MAE HILL
Jr., Kansas City; Miss Maim( Lahti. N. E.A. Department I want to take this method of WE Will BUILD/ ON 'YOUR LOT
Washington, D. C.; Dr John W. Davis, director of thanking all Heroines and Heroes
Teachers Information and Security, New York; E. D. of District 15 for supporting me. NO CASH REQUIREDAlso
for the Deputy Grand Most Ancient
Turner, president, National Education Association' Wash-
the Most Wo.r.shipful
Matron for

ington, D. C.; Dr. Robert Gates, State Department of Ed- United Grand Court, Large Beautiful Homes For Sale
ucation; Dr. Godfrey Hawkins, chairman of Dental Section Hero'nes! of Jericho.
of Florida Medical, Dental and Pharmaceutical Association Thanks to ,the, following Hero.. VERY LOW DOWN PAYMENTS

and Dr. Joe Hall, supervisor of Dade County Inea Carrie: Lou Arnold, Ethel Fully Guaranteed
Schools Johnson, Syble McPhee, Theo
There are more than 2,000 educators from over Clare, Mae Monroe, Elvira Lester 18 Years in business
Lerlene Hepburn, Vinnie
:Florida and many visitors Hargrett, Eatella Deason, Ro. For information call .
The Miami Times voices the sentiments of the com- Boetta Sullivan R. Q., Harriette JOE BURTON 4221 Hallandale Blvd
Bentley, Rose Flint, Dell Lowe, :
munity in extending to them greetings and a hope that
Evelyn' Smpson: and Ercella Fla. Carver Ranches
Hollywood Near ,,
their convention will be profitable and enjoyable. Also Major. Heroes John Williams
that they will return home looking forward to a 1963 and C. D. Bentley (just east of Home Federal Bank)

visit with us. Phones: Miami WI 5.0661-Hollywood YU !9-0113


From unemployment at home to a $100 a week job
in another city is something to Shout, about. So we can STAR MEAT MARKET
well understand Louis Boyd whose bus fare was paid
from New Orleans to New Jersey by a group of segrega
tionists. What is more, Boyd is iai, very lucky man, since he / 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
also received 50 shares of preferred stock which the ry, 4R
.. .
Medical; Developments, Inc., of New Jersey give each *
Boyd has a wife and eight children. The White Citi. THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
zens Council also paid their bus fares. Even though they .
might have had ulterior motives in so doing, give them -,
credit for doing something worthwhile in the Boyds' ,
+ Fresh Meat-Low Prices
case ,Iwk 4 iN ,
Some New Jersey folks 'are not at all pleased about 44 .:--:
this .'tter.\rhey claim that with 25,000 unemployed in ,4r 1, .. '
'their city (or state) there certainly could have been r .h.
found some one to fill that $100 a week j job. We can see
their point. It's a matter of charity begins at home, but The Florida East Coast Dla. ELECT
'those things happen. tract Association, at Its February
In our own county of Dade there is quite a bit of crowned meetng: in young Hollywood Miss. ,Arizona Fla.,
'unemployment, yet many Cuban/ refugees come here and Barley as the Junior. Matron JIM DECOURSEYCONSTABLE
find jobs. In fact we have heard of many cases where queen.
,they have displaced Miamians., We understand that they bed Mteg of Barley the First Is an Baptist active Churchof mem.
are satisfied with much lower wages. Opa Locka.

One can easily understand) such cases, whether we Mrs.Mrs.Fannie A. O. Parker, president;
T. Williams dlrec. FOR DISTRICT 1
agree or '''not. These folk are driven from Cuba becauseof tress of Young People Dept ,
unbearable conditions under' Fidel Castro's government and Mrs., Alberta Jones, assocU The only candidate qualifiedby
and since they have taken refuge here-they, too, ate directress
must live. .. ----. training and experienceThe
What seems to' us most uncharitable is the idea of NOTICEDO t''C' ConstaMeV Office District 1 to one, of Jlhe most lm
purchasing a train for exporting Negroes to the North Portent law enforcement agencies In the state{ It Is now
for the purpose of denying them their rights.If PROPERTY YOU HAVE IN LOTS MIAMI OR being operated by- an unqualified, inexperienced, incumbent .

Southerners, or rather those who_ are afraid of THAT YOU WOULD LIKE whose T'l"Conlor Inefficiency disclose that two thirds of
granting the Negro his franchise and other rights, would TO SELL FOR CASH? all warrants turned over to him for service since January 1
look",at the matter from an unprejudiced point of view, IF SO CALL NA 4.8625 1002: n-mflin unscncd; that a call to hb office after 6 o'clock
they 'might find in the end, there was no need for fear, pjii. on Saturday' or iftindajs received the following taped
,and. that the whole country would be better off. resixmse, "The office is closed in case of extreme emergency
We are' hoping that the administration's Civil Rights Mmcy's Lawn ServiceFULLY fall jour local police."
BUI will become law. .. EQUIPPED Jm! DtOoursey pledges:

We believe that' a man with even less than a sixth PRUNING AND SPRAYING 1. Return of the office to A 24.honr.a.day. seven.day
grade education should be allowed to 'vote Something new -' Let ,. .week operation. .

If a man is a decent' citizen, can.read,and.write, own Vacuum your lawn 2. Prompt service of warrant by experienced personnel.
his property and pays his taxes he should} be entitled to 7410 NW 15th Ave. VETERAN POLICE OFFICER: 1. Served 8 years'Dftde Coun.
vote without further educational requirements. Commonsense PL 1-9982 ty Sheriff office in Homicide, Liquor and Vice Juvenile Dlr.
will show him how to vote. ,and in most instanceshis Indf 180U.- TIUIXm>J 1. Federal Narcotic School, Washington,
vote will 'be cast 'in the right direction. 4* D.C. 2. Homicide Seminar, University of Cincinnati. 3. Dade

Then, too, there is TV, the press and the radio which BEAT THE HEAT County Junler College, Police Administration Court. 4 Dade
helps... Meet your friends at the County Police Academy Instructor Dade County Police Acadom -
Clarence Laws, NAACP field secretary, calls the SATELLITE.air conditioning Day anywhere.timers enjoy ,. PERSONAL STATISTICS: 1. Thlrty.two year old mar
Don'tour ried. 3
shipping. Negroes Idea, a "Cruel Hoax." atmosphere with the coolest Young:! children. 2. Ve4erana years U. 8 Army. 8. Member
; Nelson Rockefeller of New York. said the lay around the house with noth. Democrats Club, Moose, Fraternal Order of Police.
Governor ing to do, come to the Florida Peace Officers Association Immaculate
plan "violates every fundamental concept that we believe a SATELLITE .
as a people and it runs. counter ,to our belief, in the 6222 NW 7th Ave. (Pd. Pol. Adr.
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Reduced. New ,Home Spring Fashions. LEGAL NOTICE ,': i

Notice under fictitious name law
Hair Styles, DanceThe Notice Is hereby linn that
the undersigned desiring to en-
DOWN MONTH Dade County politicians the fictitious .
$1,000 $105 gage in business under
Unit No. 49 presents eta Spring
'; Corner 8th Ave. at 56th Street Fashions Hair Styles and name of Fleetwood Motors
842 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami, Fla.,
Dance, Sunday Acrll 29 atjthe intends to register the said name .
For appointment call PL 7.6663 or JE 1-5973 K'ng O' Hearts from ,i%to !fpm: with the Clerk of Circuit Courtof
Advance adnil'aslon' $115, odor Dade County,' Fla.
f $1.50. For tickets' call NE 5.3306 Clifford J. Sanders, owner
NE 3.3084 or NE 5-770. April 7, 14, 21, 28

Have a Lifetime Profession

'Care-Craft' School for Worse's Aids Law and Public Service

""" Practicing Attorney 32 Years '
1711 West Flagler Street
Worshipful Master of St. Nicholas Former Judge Miami Beach Municipal Court! ; .
Lodge No. 155 of the Interna County Commissioner '
tional Free And Accepted Modern New classes forming each week. Ten weeks course
Masons which will have the official .Vice Mayor Miami Beach
unveiling of its charter on Day or evening classes .
this Sunday April 29, at 3 p.m., REGISTER NOWEMPLOYMENT Councilman Miami Beach 1953.1960
at Zion Hope Baptist Church, 5129 Past President Florida league of Municipalities' a
N.W. 17th Avenue. The Rev. Paul I''
Freeman, the pastor will deliverthe Former President Dade County i I
sermon on the occasion and league of Municipalities
Brother Jasper Coswell will unveil 'J'L' '""' '" ;
the charter. A special pro 2, "*P4't President and Former Director(. '
gram will be rendered on the oc. .. j Jtwvr f":' ,Miami Beach Bar AssociationSD
casion. The entire Masonic family 1. Tellers -.>irhf" .. \,r "
including the Order of Eastern
Star, and the public In generalare 2. Secretaries :
invited. 3. Receptionists I II

4. Custodians II
Musical Program at T I
Brownsville BaptistA
Franklin Federal P.O. Box 6066 ipuflfever I
musical program In aid of
Woman's Day will be sponsoredby Station "B" Miami 36, Fla.
Mrs. Bernice Thompson wife e
of the pastor, at Brownsville
Baptist Church, Sunday April ] .zI
29 at 7:30 p.m. The public is I I II

cord'ally The church invited Is located at the "Hawaiian Cocktail Extravaganza I \
corner of NW 60th St. and 29th
ave. Rev. Randolph Thompson, SPONSORED BY THE (
Alpha Chi (Pi Omega Sorority ,

0 i '$ $ $ $ 'lit"NEED $ $ $ '$] $ $ $ $ $ 44*rv% ;

Sunday, April 29th
Sunny Says: 'J,!
1 **
Taste the I
*& TIme: 7 til IS Hawaiian Cbc taU 7 tU 8 and 2nd Mortgage Loans I

Guest Celebrities Dancing w. Get $1,000, $1,500, $2,000 or more today on
Hair and Hat Fashions Door Prizes o j
Ronald I. Baron IE 2-4343
Trip to Nassau Clock Radio Flash Camera p} Mortgage Broker -

220 SUNNY I8LB ISI.\')>)>' ||/| 7 [ I
flavor of. t.) MIAMI nocn fpf /- .... :i

-- We $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ fn f


Anniversary Sale and Repairs Ford Real! Estate Specials !


FREE Pillows during tale For the people with limited money to buy a home,
qNow Reasonable Price Free Delivery see these easy to buy bargains. We will help you to

House Service Calls $1.50 finance
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Installment payments No finance charges

Know your TV man and save money a A .

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drop of
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.v 4-bedroom large house with an extra lot '
Schenley IiI Jt'
agedorerS 3. 819 NW 45th St. $450 down
in run sill.1i1*
years andblended Nice, clean CBS home fi
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Scheme Ru.rve-Blend.1 y We have over 400 ; :
whisky,89 Proof 09*Grain N ujtr 1 Spot other.'i\
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SATELLITE NEWS L1- FREE Call us and we will pick you up to see the homes t '
Best wishes to Clem (our day
time barmaid). She tied the DOTTIE DUDLEY
knot Bandar. While she's honey Hammond Organ I No admission No cover
mooning in Na+41su. Hmttle' FORD REALTY Inc.
holding the fort. Delore Cattle ;
) will dispensethe ,
(the exotic one
taste at nlte. Perky Rosetta WELCOME EDUCATORS! I
(Miss Personality plus) still. 5524 ,NW 7th Ave. PL 7.2559 1
holds the world record for getting
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27th Ave. at 54th St.

NEVER 'CLOSED Good thru April 28th, Weller's AG Store Only
FLORIDA GRADE'A' POUND Hygrade Franks Ib' 451

Pork Chops '351

Hamburger 3 lbs 69C NECK BONES Ib 15e


Pork Chops 59C BAG SAUSAGE 250

Cube Steak lb 690 Plate Beef Stew 1b190

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LB. 3 Lb.Bag
Watch for our SECOND ANNIVERSARY' SALE,begin-
fling APRIL 30 THRU MAY 5.FREE Rich'Ice Cream,also Delicious
Pork Steak 39cPET Coffee and DonuU.We have many FINE GIFTS to be given
with $5.00 order or more, plus real bargain unheard of.
So stop and shop at Wellcr's and save double amounts. APPLES 290NEW
Pumpkin Pies Birds Eye Dinners 390 10 LOS.
PotatoesTEXAS 29
3 for $1.00GREEN Beef, Chicken i, TurkeyPOUND

3 LBS.
Cream Corn Rolled Butter 590 Onions 29 \''I

PeachestNo. ,'
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GREEN GIANT FLOUR 511bs 3ge .'2Va Can Sliced or Halves t\!..,'(."N::4,;:Y'
Peas 2 for 39* ,. 3 for 79C ';':'f"
I We Cash Payroll Checks Q Cold Beer At All Times Open 24 Hours A Day.


/' Orange Inice 6 for 99' ShutfreshBiscuits

Armour Vegetole 31bs 3 for 250

Shortening 49C Giant Tide 490

PLENTY Giant Energy39

(With$5.00 Order)


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I MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA -- dent Rocky Simmons, vice; The Vikings Bowe's Barber
I Theodore Blue, secretary-trea Shop and Three Bros. Grocery,
SATURDAY APRIL 28, 1962 PAGE 7 surer. Brad.
1 I Clover Leaf Sportsmen
ford Cleaners, (The New Breed,
In our meeting of April 19
Beauticians To MeetIn the league voted unanimously on The Unknowns
I the name Free Way Handicaps
II"n 7 also two more teams were add.'ed. .
4 The CommhnderyNo
Star Light
Sarasota !May 20 24The The summer league /will last
16 weeks. 38 /will meet Sunday, April

25th annual convention of King- of Miami, Gertrude Shipp, Here Li a list of the teams 29 at 2 p.m. All member* 'dare
the Orange Blossom Beauticians I West Palm Beach Edna Davis that will be at Bunche Lanes on :asked to be present at the' Masonic .
Atssoo'atlon will convene May I Thursday at 9 !vra. I I Temple.
2024 in Sarasota, with Unit St. Petersburg, and Mns. Bessie 1-
18 members and their president Dix, Tampa.Mr. I Uy WALTER liUWti i
Mrs. Ola Williams las host. Reg. .:. Member of Hialeah Miami '
Julius Springs Chamber of o.nunereeWhite
tetration. and all meetings will was fortunate in
be at the Elks home on Spivery obtaining the services of the The C. W U. Chamber of
Ave. and ((27th at. Scheduled ac. National and International guest Commerce will meet Monday,
tivtlea: artist and lecturer, Walter C. April 30 at 8:30 p.m. at the Top CompanyTOPS
Executive board meeting, 1:30 Black of New York City for the Chamber of Commerce build-
p.m.Service two-day workshop.A Ing. All members are asked to
7:30: p.m., Bethel be present IN ROOF CLEANING
Baptist Church, 717 Centralave. graduate of Apex Beauty I
College, attended Febbertelland The" No. 1
USher boar4 will AND PAINTING
May 21, crowning of "Miaa Robert Fiance Advanced hairstyling 'e'uljrate! : Its :20th: anniversary
0. B. D. A." Parade and oratorical !. school, studied in May 13 At 3 p.m. Speaker for
contest, isubjeit "The Negro France, Germany and Switzerland the occasion will be Rev. Shipp, PLASTICOTE WHITE is used exclusively by
and Beauty Culture," Bethel Exenezer Baptist Church 29 NW
AME Church, 1719 NW 22nd Bt. lIe la a member of the 9th et., Hallandale. Food will be WHITE TOP
Mrs. Kathlene Ross, Tampa, New York State Beauty Cultur. served after services W M,
chairman. ist Association, United Male Benaley, ,president; Beatrice
May 22, Workshop, parade Coiffeurs NAACP and chairmanof Roker, secretary; Rev. 0. W. FREE ESTIMATES EASY TERMS
of the educational committeesof Foster pastor.Central .
units, hair style show and
the New York trade show. All
dance Municipal Auditorium r MU 5.2543
members are urged to take aJ-
Tamlami Trail and 8th St. Ber Baptist Sunday School A-21
vantage of the experience of this
tha Perry, Miami, chairman. master craftsman. Come 9:30 a.m.: morning worship 11
May 23 workshop, BVC hour, pared to participate in the work.pre. a.m.; BTU 5:30 p.m.; eVe lpg I
,Mrs. Thomasena Dorrell, Jacksonville shop actlvitlee. Mrs. Alaine S. service 7:30: ; Rev. E. J. Clark
chairman. pastor; Bro. Z, Newbold, report., L L' L L '
Waldon of West /Palm Beach Is ee.
Banquet honoring state and the State president Mrs. Ola
local presidents, Booker High Williams, president of the en.tertalnlng I I Lincoln Fields Apartments
School lunch room, IN. Orange unit 18. I ;('OHTS
and 32nd et. Mrs. Louise Duprea Four bowling: teams were or.
of Cocoa, chairman. ganized Thursday night, April 2045 N.W. 62nd Street
May 24, business, election and TEEN AGE HOP 12 at Dunche Lanes In Opa
installation of officers, forming Locka. Walter A. Howe presi- e ..

the The Link. Liberty Theatre Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments
emphasis on ;modern tech. SEE
nlc sed in In the cosmetology two-day workshop will be stres un Every Friday Night GREAT SPIRITUAL WORLD'S Offering Many Features

under the chairmanship of D. A.> Dancing Entertainment AND PSYCHIC READER Refrigerator gas stove Tile bathroom

Julius -assisted by Mrs. Opal I BISHOP HUNTER Venetian Blinds Newly painted

If you are" sick or worried, don't Laundry Rooms
I taU to see me today Office hour Auto hot water heater Washing Machines
Central life of Florida I dally 1 p.m. to (I p.m. Thursday
Insurance Co.
1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Sunday 11 am. Filtered water Free Parking
toe.. I IJ p.m.
"YOUR FRIENDLY COMPANY" Free Garbage Disposal


$1,000.00 UP TO $50,000.00 up' '. .

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Mortgage Redemption WESTHOLLYWOOD $14.1 bedroom $18 2 bedroom apt.
Retirement Combination Hospital Renting Office open every day Phone OX 1-8862

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Age Insured Under One Policy ADULT EDUCATION CENTER

New.Borns Automatically Insured After 15 Days

REPRESENTATIVES AND BRANCH OFFICES, 7007 Northwest Twelfth Avenue Miami 38, Florida


for in city for additional
representative your
information Announces Schedule of Course Offerings ,}w '

For the Period May 1 August 17 ";! I ,

Register.April 27 May 4 from 2:00 to 9:30 p.m. / '' a',

Work In New- York Monday through Friday v ':
Call PL,4-5491 after 2:00 p.m. for further information \ ''- "

Maids, and Mother's Helpers, Cooks "
Elementary Education (18) Trigonometry *. ,,' '-

Housekeepers, Etc. English 1 2, 3, 4 General Mathematics t ..
-. American History General Science ', *W; **I,

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TRANSPORTATION ADVANCED! Typing for School Board and Civil .,,
Shorthand Service Exams {
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WORLDWIDEEMPLOYMENT 4 4 Automotive Mechanic Pewer Machine Operation

Custom Tailoring Radio-Television

Dry Cleaning Electronic
AGENCY COUNTY-WIDE CLASSES are available in various locations. Call
PL 4.5491 after 2:00 p.m. for information about*classes and location
,1307'N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 3.5755 S31


MIAMI FLORIDA Giambra ..andFernandez Time to 'Register

PAGE 8 SATURDAY APRIL 28, 1962 in> ; First Graders .

Beach FV ;But, ;
........ Spring registration of drat
; Q GC G aO OG Joey Olam hr meets. Flo-i
rentino Fernandei,'li) the telen graders will be held at all elementary EASY TERMS. WEEKLY
vision: mafnevent'talthe; ; Miami schools on April 30 and
LOOKING THE d .,. Beach Auditorium this Satur.. through the month of May from SAVE!
I; ,) .;,. day night, showed the talent 2:00: until 3:30 o'clock., Child.
,\ : '' that haskept him' among th* ran who will be siix' years old on I EASY TERMS
OVER' ; 1. ;}Ii.iUi'"." J top middleweights for the past or before January 1, 1963 maybe I
WOULD .""""" ..
': \ ten years. registered Parents of first Free estimates if broughtin
The 30-year-old contender graders! are asked to bring their
i displayed a pair of extremely l I children's birth certificates with
By LEO B. ARM BRISTER ,) ,..,.'!( fast hands and two good, solid them when they come to regis For home service
i. t't' legs that enabled him to move ter
-- .-- o ,, oa o r / 160 pounder ,in
O V --- - ----- as fast as any Call 696-3581

Marlins Field Flashy NEW MARLINS the fin Fernandez".ehed business.his physical In the contact meantime work;.I.:, ,Drive Carefully! 2636 N.W. 62nd St.

Squad OPEN WITH and will stick to bag work and r_
shadow-boxing for the rest of -
TUB MIAMI MARLINS (Class TWO WINSThe the week. ,
Promoted Chris Dundee has.
D version) may well prove to
be what the baseball prospectors new edition of the Miami finalized his preliminary card and rj: ITY"ftIe.
in Miami were searching,: for all Marlins opened their 1962 season for announced the Saturday that five program six-round

these years.Certainly. in the Class D Florida State bouts will be presented., "'- ii ...1t
the brand of ball League with two significant victories
that was displayed. Monday night I over the also new Fort OX 1.7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St.
in their initial effort to impressthe Lauderdale Yankees. The Marlins Mt. Olivette Presents
thousands of fans who invaded took the Yankees: into camp Choir NOW SHOWING
Junior College
the stadium to welcome Monday night at Miami Stadium
these young greats-to-be, was 1 with a 21-8 victory. The locals The Mt. Olivette Baptist I 11 .-- '.W' :r:. ,
as thrilling as major leaguers followed up the pattern on Tues.: Church, 1450 NW let court will
could have dished out. day night with a 11.8 win in present the Dade County Junior A HAPPY-GO-LAUGHTER I
These young players have no Ft. ''Lauderdale. j Collegechoir in concert Friday _!
place to go, but up, and they i May,rl4th at 7:30 p.m! Selections ENTERTAINMENT PARADE!
play with Just that kind of en. Highlights of 'Vkamewas ." by.'Jalestrlno, Dilasso, Bach,
thuslasm! with an eye on a ma. an unassisted .triple* playmade' { .Jiandel as' well as a selection 'of; <
Jor lague ''berth. Ths! factor can by Marlins' shortstop Ernie spirituals. Soloist for ths| performance .m /.
make for some thrilling, enjoy De La Oea! which was the first I will include Shlrtey: ', ", <..;.
ment of baseball from the Fla. such accomplishment in the history I Wallace, Betty Daniels, Marine f TOMMY PETE : :,..
State league; of which our Mar. of the league. The feat Randal, Julia! Clarke and Lem- ?
line seemed destined to be highup came Jn the 15th stanza when, 'm.ia Mlnnls. MANMARSHALLBARBARA :i;,..
in the standings with a runner' on first and sec This will be the final appearance : ,
and bases, the Yankees'. pinch. of the college choir this $}: :: j
Rookies Look for hitter Ed (Oracle hit a short school year. The choir has "per (
liner toward left center. 0 s a formed at several churches in,
grabbed the ball near second for our community as well as for 44EDEN4
Prominence one, stepped on the bag to other civic functions. .
double up the runner who had The most recent appearance /
Roolcies! never had it so good I break for third, for the second was for the Florida State Teach \
as they wit in baseball thisyear out and finally tagged the run. era Association meeting held in @
with the full expansion of ner coming from first, who was the Dinner Key Auditorium April ro@m t_
the major leagues to 20 teams also ..n a burst of speed for the 26-29. The choir is under the
it is expected that many rookies third out direction of Prof. Robert Tho."
:will be getting that long await. I mas. Admission Is free and the
shot to themselves in II I The -Marlins' -
ed ; prove third baseman public Is Invited; MB
the big tine. ;.it is.jrtill to be,seen. Dill.. Tomaeegi hit .the first;
ar whether the expansion weakenedthe grand slam homer of the !season, able fashion ,
majors or did it unearth ..In. the 7th inning. This new edition of the Mar.

..' some talent that otherwise ,would 'In' Tuesday's game the localswere llns are colorful, they can and
4 have been stymied in the majors; :forced to come from behind -' will hustle, they hit well ,and L I
but did so In a commend. will run on a spilt second's no
Fla. Trained Horses I tice.

::f. y

have made ALLEN CHAPEL A.M.E. CHURCH Hei:1t: ,Th 'Ro Rio.'SoQ"ds'An 'Songs,

their contribution: to thorough.. 430 N.W 22nd Terrace Miami Of, a.-Great,Guet Star$ ,
bred racing for this season now ,
the entire i world will sit backand"watch'to Under the successful leadership of
see what kind of
horseflesh were exercising their REV.O.E.TURNER
muscles and Improving their!
strides on the Florida soil for Will begin its Revival
the past 120 days.
The Kentucy Derby will be Monday April 30 May 4
the first stage of the'test with
such notables as Ridan .Sir Gay. At 8 o'clock
lord Decidedly and Crimson I
Satan, which ever sticks his nose The Nationally known Evangelist
under the wire first will be certainly ..
prompted by the speed of REV. W. M. DAJNIELSWill
a horse that has had some Florida =v
training. conduct the service >. :.,

Mi Bowling Gets The public is invited! r".4M Id. U .ty CINEM CCOPE ,

New, Improved Look, -

01IARLIB IIAYEK has very Bobby Marshall does it again 1 1t
wisely turned over the opera. '
tlonal department of the MI STARTING 'WED., MAY 2 TIlE/lOAD 7O'MJIArffA
Bowling: Lanes to a very' aggressive
and enthusiastic couple.
Carl and Fern Weiss.

Many noticeable Improvements LIBERTY THEATREANOTHER t a
have been made and they are '
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Ideas to promote
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of fun. This past weekend the TO WINNERS t ) \ / '
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which was won by Every' Contestant :AQGets
Sandford Slrama and' Archie, .
Prize .
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Brown with 789. Cash prizes ,' ;
arid trophies were given the Don't forget Bobby ,
winners Cyril Miller and Herbert
Green were runners .up pair with is at the 'fu a jgp\
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son and C. Miller, 751; Mac THEATRE ; S "imSiHAT
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The daily cash prize of. $5 for Every Thursday DranriI
the high scratch set during: the
tou !namte |t''' swan 'won ,by Cecil vrfyh his Amateur Show' .

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MiamiBy band. $f Hampton House 1. ,

Stl'te headqusrteris, l' tOt", the Florid this is the place where the .Fabulous LOST AND FOt tD. ',. ,
'I'eaohenAdsoc4atioa\ arid Dottie Dudley (The Foot) Have yon 'found the Sate Wie1
a special how\ will .start is Queen the
at of Hammond organ It's located on NW Tth' A"f f
DAVE BONDU Till tonight' '; ,with vocalist vKK, and Mop Is King of the trumpet. next to'Jackson Dyrons, 0222 to
a dance' (team
; and be
Yours exact You'Ulo"e this intimate
ate Truly"aa forget t6 C' However, don't WHEN IT COMES to ntt.o 8'' ot. All day long with
.. see Frankie LymOD Mterlnct.j music from 0 to 1 nite.
Lillian every
EVERY YEAR wJiile be Is here, Golden, you MAke
the it-out
10 of this I'
best world.
and dads do can please to the
Clyde closed you utmost We
dressed women are selected I the like ill!
announced In and bar and gave the kids candy and 1 KNOW THAT 'Easter Is welcome you, Lillian, to the I
our Mami Times. over,
money Hampton r
I'm wondering about the for prizes. Since the parents but I've just got to tell you who House and our neigh
men are eo nice about van parading in their boyhood She is formerly of the
They dress too. So I've new
been the
kiddies frocks Roney Plaza hotel and has come
come Clyde is Fiat, Thelma
looking around to .see what rewarding Vallea:
men them by came to town to to the "House" to manage the
presenting be
in Miami are dapper dressers I boy with the golden voice, Its the hUbby China of WMBM with her the ultra dining, room. She has
of then I
made ;
sort my own selection Highnses, Roy Hamilton tonight bumped into Willie Lamar a pleasing personality and is a
to start things rolling and they Saturday and Sunday. Again tha Martin, Stella Brown Ber fectionist Jn every sense of the
are: Atty. Henry Mar. I
Arrington, Dr. you'll have to call Clyde ion Martin, Pearl word
for Hawkins, LuU
Edwin :
reservations to nee Wilson, Edine I
a fine Simmons "'t
Jackson, Dr. W. A*. show very and her!
Chapman. ,wath Panic) hubby William Ii
( IDuDoise
and Marshall
Clyde Klllens, Educator David his band in the background Russell and Ronnie I I i THAT WRAPs It up for thin
Dobbs, Rev Edward T. Graham, too numerous 9000 other foiled 1 I I week, but till the next Live
Businessman NicH, Thomas, Po 1 believe: you, me to, mention. B u 11:i: life every golden minute of it.PEACi'3. x
lice Sgt. Jessie Nash Detective SAM MOORE and Dave I"'.. out for a grand everybody Easter was I' .
Ernest Hayes, Businessman Nat ter started on an amateur show
y Vaughn and another portsman, almost. two years ago at the
Steve McElmurry. King 0' Hearts Johnny Lomtla, WHILE I'M wondering I KILLENS THRILLS
The twelve men chosen shall be owner, put these two boys together wondtr why Miami club have
called the ,"Immaculate Dozen. and made a team of always limited themselves to tnd KIDDIES AT KNIGHT
If you have a choice, write the them. From there on it was work tnree or tour nights' of i :
names on a post card and mail I singing, swinging and practicing To me, as an observer the clubs -
to me at, the Muaml Times, 6740 Then they got a record date and and hotels on the Beach"'have ,tho Addition to regular weekly "I {
NW 16tH ave. After the jiomlna. you, their public bought their right idea about eoiuelhMii! [..o top entertainment a* his popularrKnigJttfbt I :' II
tions are all In, we'll vote on records Finally, Sam and Dave do every night. Their ah'waY. ( art Beat Club, 'ManaRer :
them and pick the dozen with will appear on the Dick Clark booked for a week or tdtf'klayi! Cl y'i1 'mmen" outdid himself! on
the order of the number of show with Frank DuBalse and and they make It. But Miami it. 'Master' 'afternoon when he dsr.
votes received for each one. We'll next month. We will let you know self has never had a consistent remained and tliriilled| :more!
announce your selection of "The the exact date so you won't miss nite life atmosphere Here lately than COO children at his Winsome M'ss Shirley Turn.
Immaculate Dozen" in this them however, the Savoy SitPlllto annual Easter\ I) rty At the MISS TUHNQUBST WINS
column, So come on, let's get Lounge has arrived with the type Knight: Heat. The children came FASHION PARADE
those post cards in now I mean PRETTY GIRL of The Week: of policy that seems to have early that. afternoon, and many Easter Day.
"rat now." Ruthle: Reeves Pretty Boy solved this problem It never along with their parent, and quest| attJiactively attired In a
of the Week: Charles Austin, has any special niter Every nice all vere<< thrilled to tho highest beautiful dregs was declared'the'
EASTER SUNDAY, 0 I d o Jr Man About Town: Dr. is the name. You'll find that with songs, games, dances and winner' of the first prize in the
y Gilbert Porter. other timely llleHtint$ on.. All adult Easter Parade
Killens played host to over 500 throughout the week the action ] $ at the
kids and they had a ball at the stays the same as the weekend received a variety of gifts, cash Knight Heat on Easter evening.
Knight:: Beat( just as their morals FHAXK1K LYMO.V, famous I action. And ylc, t't forget that priced, pirn a number of other Mew Turnquerit received a val.
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PAGE 10 SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1962 Annual TeaThe Christian Hospital

Sunday May 13
; . S. Ladles of the Golden ,

I Circle of Jackson's Cons'story: Because National Hospital Day
IN AND AROUND W BAHAMAS4 ,.,.. No. 10 cordially Invite you to will fall on Saturday, May 12,
I Q'I .- '' Board of
.. attend their 8th annual tea on this year, the Manage'
-" ,- ...,,- f- vJW. 29 4 to 6 at ment will observe the day on
p :::: ==;::J.0i. .r'" ..wrr w-S. Sunday, April p.m.
the Masonic Temple, 941 NW Sunday with an open house from
unanimous vote April Bethel and Rev. Carter
a on 3rd ave. Eliza Dullard, loyal 3 to 7 p.m. at which time the
of Assembly cut Mrs. George R. Ferguson died who is retiring
the House
6, "Any person
lady ruler; Rudolph Bradley, public Is invited to inspect the
The while attending the service. She
five his Form
its term to years from work should take the
from to five is survived by her husband, social I commander-in-chief institution and ,note won.
change seven years W-2 for 1961 to the security derful that has been
was agreeable to all parties.An George and a brother, Matthew office when he files h i s progress .
made, and meet the new administrator
Farrington who lives In Miami. I claim for payments. This is the
and the personnel of the
unoccupied seven-room advice of Edward P. Blonston, Guest Speaker at Tea institution.The .
wooden house in Meeting Street Miss Jacquelyn Corrall, laughter manager of the Miami North
was completely destroyed by of Mrs. Eugene Carrol, and Social Security office. The W-2 Kenneth Williams will be.. entire nursing profes.
fire early on April 6. Some of Lawrence Ash, son of Mr. and is the form a worker receives guest speaker on Sunday, April I ston la invited to visit the In-
the other homes were damagedand Mrs. Leak Moss of Freetown from his employer after the end 29, 4-$ p.m. at a tea given by I tution as a tribute to their hero.
the neighborhood was LAne, were married by the Rev.E. of each year. It !Shows the the Phalanx Men's Club. This la Ic founder, Florence Nightingale.
threatened. The owner, Mrs. J. Hudson at St. Luke Baptist amount of his earnings in the to be one of the big affairs of Several young ladles will serve
:Jhidred, Wood of Hospital Lane Church on April 4, The attendants previous year. the year for the club and the in guiding visitors throughoutthe
said the house had Inside more were Mrs. Helen institution, where they may
:Mr. Blonston stated that public is invited to come out and
than $1,120 worth of building Thompson, Miss Helen Johnson, pause in the spacious dining
be used
"The W-2 can often to enjoy yourself with us.
material to renovate It. The Messrs. Claudius Smith I. W. room and be refreshed.The .
bring the workers social security Bethany Junior Academy,
home of Miss Althea Mortimerand Rodgers and Cornelius Knowles. record up-to-date without de 5001 NW 25th Ave. committee Is hoping that
McD.egan and the of Dade will
Mr. Kenyon lay. Benefits are based on earn. people County
the bell tower of Dethel Baptist A charter plane brought the ings, and it's important that we open their hearts and contribute
Church were damaged by the body of Maude Moxey, 27, from have a complete record of these generously to the institution thatIs
fire. Police are Investigating the Freh Creek Andros on April 2. earnings of the worker who flies Men and Women dedicated to suffering humanity.

cause.A. An autopsy showed that she a claim for social security pay Agents to call on .
died suddenly from natural ments. Of he brings his Form Christian Memorial Hospitalcan
Loftus Roker returned to Causes.: W-2 to our office. when he files HOUSE TO HOUSE only strive by the way you
Nassau from London recentlyatttr his claim it will speed up the Perfume help it.Stop .
successfully passing his cosmetics and
Roker An old barracks building in payment of his first benefit check. 10
Mr. ,
law L. Oakes Field area is being renovated We, of course, want him to receive household necessities, customers -
Mr. and Mrs. Elkin
of in the
son at .
as a school for Retarded his check on the date Its
Roker of Delectable Bay, Ack-
due. for re-orders. Excel-
Children Many Nassau business.
line, was educated in the publlo
Ackllaa men have contributed financially Mr. Blonston pointed out that Paradise Club
school at Pompey Day,. lent items established firm
before going to England. to the building and the work is the worker's W-2 will be return.
expected to be completed next ed to him after it has been re. Fit working hours to your 1515 S.W. 12th Ave.

John Sweeting drew a four- month.At corded.
convenience. Easy to sell.)
year sentence ln the Supreme
Court on April 5, on a chargeof the closing of Hobby Horse Make lots of sellingto ., Dania
arson. Sweeting who lived Hall's racing season on April 13, Garden andBeautification money

with his sister, Naomi Sweeting Alfred (Uncle) Clinton was pre. your friends. WA 39255
allegedly burned all her personal I.ented with a check and a Club
belongings valued at $560 I i uronze trophy for being the best 1220 N.W. 79th St.
Court records showed that, he jockey of the season. He had to a ., ;! Aaron PridgenBartender
had ,,22 previous convictions( us credit 40 wins, 34 seconds OrganizedLast Tel. PL 8-1055 ?
rant/niS from manslaughter tto and 21 thirds. Other honored '

indecent. ,assault, since January were Perry Strachan and Char Tuesday evening Mrs. A. Bonnie Watson
1922. ..e Gibson. M. Coleman was Invited to Hollywood .
organize a Garden

Bahama Sound, a new subdlvl.s The title of James Maxwell Club. Mrs. Coleman was accom. DON'T COST THEY PAY
:on Is being developed at Bx. Mitchell Bowe to 3,763 acres of panied by Mrs. Lillian Balllou Gregg Ilamni, Manager
uma by Bahama Acres Limited land at the Forest, Exuma, was and Mrs. Ethel Blocker The
Situated about two miles south. upheld in court by the Chief club was given the name South.
tast of George Town, the development Justice on April 11. The title Broward Garden and Beautification .
started in January, was deputed by 28 adverse Club. THE DADE COUNTY YOUNG
and more than 1,000 people, claimants on the grounds that
men:tly Americans '!have' bought they occupied the land during The officers are: Mrs Claudia :DEMOCRATIC ASSOCIATIONPRESENTS
property on the easy terms of the past 40 years Bowe proved Adams Manning, president;
the company, Lots are being, to the court that they Mrs. Artie Williams, ,vice; Mrs.
were only
sold at $695 and up. tenants Goldia Beneby, recording secretary ITS
; Mrs. Laura Robinson, corresponding .
Installation services were heldon secretary; Mrs. .Edith
Sunday, April 8 at. Mt. Carey Cedric Williams, 35, broke Kilson, treasurer; Mrs. Gladys Ninth AnnualCalendar
I Baptist Church, Fox Hill, for into tre Take Me hotel at Eight. Marleth, chaplain.
the new pastor, the Rev. Leo. Mile Rock Grand Bahama, on The other officers and committees
pold Cox, who succeeds the late January 13, and "took" 240 pen. will be elected in a call TeaS
Rev. Pontius Adderley. Participating nies, some U. S. cents, liquor meeting in the next week and
in the services were Rev. and cigarettes. lie was convicted Mrs. Coleman will return to in-
Randolph Armbrister, Leroy by Supreme Court Jury on ,tall the officers. nday April 29 4:00 p.m.
Roker, Talmadge Sands, B. April 10, and sentence Jean de. The Interesting part about the ,
terred to a later date. club is that the

REDUCE E Z -...-....--......._.....N.NNN..I.. be 'mixed with both women and
men. The men seem to be interested 642 N.W. 2nd Avenue
Lose 20 pounds weekly. BARRY MANORThe as the women.

Infective medication In.iections. The club was organized at the: DON'T MISS THE TEA OF THE YEAR!
J Physician spec Great Offer home of Mr. and Mrs. (Edith)
l ializing. Wilson and will meet at the

1545 SW lit St. Rent Reduced same address the second Wed. . . . . & ,5'S&a"mil
FR 3.2748 nesday in each month.
1-bedroom apt. only $12 Mrs. Coleman Is very pleased
to fee so much Interest
SEE THE SOUTH'SLEADING 2-bedroom apt. only $14 fested Jn, civic work as it has ,
COLORED been recently. The club organized

3200 NW 47th St. at Hollywood makes the third

Primary Election May 8, 1962 4+4 ,''WV a,t r 'Y +pf t';F

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Fourth Annual Easter PUN PHUN

Parade sponsored by the Sacred By PULL OSSOFER

to Clturdi Heart Churchwomen Chapter will of be Episcopal held on I

me May 6, 4 p.m. at the Liberty Too bad my name Isn't Sam. If

: Square Auditorium, 14th ave. It was you would call MO "Mar.
= rying Sam after the characterin
63rd st. Anyone wishing to
"LIl Abner." How did this all
--- participate or have their child come about? Well one day my

ren participate in this affair boss decided that I should be.
W. M.
may contact Mrs. Louise Hunter, rime o notary public In order to

Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor Rev. II V. Stuart, pastor CD 5.4893, or Mrs Martha notarize legal papers, such as
BETHEL'S USHERS Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter Sunday was Indeed a day to Strachan, 696.2784 not later the many releases of lien he
1. The public is cor.
Sunday School was opened by be remembered at the church. than May MS signed.
SPONSOR the superintendent, Miss Helen Beginning with Sunrise service dlally Invited. Now a notary can do m o r ethan
Trotman. throughout the day the services this. He can also officiate at

Early morning worship was were filled with the spirit Of TEMPLE BAPTIST a wedding, and this Is what I
BREAKFASTThe led by the pastor, He adminls Easter. was called upon to do last week.A .

No. 3 ushers' board of tered Holy Communion Both the< Sunday, April 29, Sunday Rev. L. A. Thompson pastor young couple, members of
Bethel AME Church 1.1 a.m. and evening devotions School will be held its usual The Ministers and Deacons' the Baha'l Faith planned to get
Greater its fourth annual Eas. were led by him. All services hour with the superintendent in Union of Atlantic Coast Baptist married. The young man Is from
sponsored Sunrise breakfast at the were well attended, and the spi. charge. The pastor will be in Association Rev H. W. Moss, Iran (Persia) and Is a studentat

ter home of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. rit was high. charge of the morning and even. president, meets at Temple this the University of Miami. His
Ing worships. Covenant service bride Is an American of Irish
Visitors are always welcome weekend from Thursday night,
Sharpe, 794 NW 47th St. Hostosses ,
will be held 7:30. All membersare descent. It happens that jthe
were Mrs. Florence Wash, Let us visit and pray for he throughout Sunday; The publicis '
sick. asked to come out and wor. All churches of the Baha'l marriage ceremony is as
jngton, Mrs. Miriam Russell and ship with us. Subject for the district invited will have representativesat yet not legalized by the State of

Eva J. Sharpe. evening service, "Seeing Jeeus". this meeting. Florida, as it Is in many states,
Visiting guests were as fol. NEW BETHEL BAPTIST The Lord's Supper will be ad. so a civil ceremony also had to
lows: Rev. and Mrs. S. A. Cou. ministered. We are praying for Easter services were very in. be performed ("Render th"r<>.
sin, Rev. S. H. Hunter, our vis. 1671 N. W. 68th Terr. our sick and shut-ins. spiring. The young people and fore unto Ceasar the things whichare
fling minister; our assistant Rev. Ernest Williams pastor No. 1 choir exceeded themselves Ceasar's; and unto God the
pastor, Rev. and Mrs. Fred Hicks Deacon Fred Williams, reporterOn NEW PROVIDENCE M. B. In their presentation. things that are God's." Matt. 22:
Rev. and Mrs. 0. W. Foster of last Sunday morning at 6 21.)
Antloch Baptist' Church and many o'clock and also 11 o'clock our Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor So there I was notary seal at
others whose names are too pastor delivered a most dynamic Claudia Wlson, reporter EBENEZER METHODIST hand, performing a marriage

numerous to mention. sermon and !It was enjoyed by] Baptism services will be held Rev. Aaron D. Hall, pastor ceremony. It was a great thrill,
Everyone expressed having enjoyed all. The No. 1 and 2 choirs rendered In our regular 11 a.m. serviceon I E. Ingram, reporter not Just because I poaeesed the
a most) delicious break. the music and they sang the first Sunday morning in authority to bind this fine young
fast. The menu was as follows: out of their hearts May Welcome Is extended to you Love Feast will be administer couple In holy matrimony but
Assortment of juices, ham, sau. On this Sunday there will bea We have a number of sick ed at the 11 o'clock service SunK also because the knot I tied
sage, grits, eggs, hot rolls, an sale at the church, Sister Bur. members, let us 'pray and visit! day. Stewardess Board No. 3 helped to bind East and West
assortment of danish rolls, hot rows in charge. them. will serve. together, bringing our world a
tiny itep closer to the unity of
coffee and
Sister Green is asking the
The Atlantic District Convent mankind that
MT. BAPTISTRev. gateway to the
Thanks (to Mrtj. Mattle Mitchell prayers of all the church people lion and Church School Seminarof city of the Kingdom of heaven
for assisting with the cook to pray for her brother and to E. M. Thomas, pastor the Florida Conference Methodist on Earth.

ing, also Mrs. Nellie Frazier. visit him also. Phyllis Myers, reporter Church, began Wednes.
Again we say thanks to our The public is cordially invitedto Sunday morning our guest day night at Mt. Pleasant Meth Birth AtChristian
ushers for being loyal as wait- attend all of our services.St. speaker, Rev. Albert, renderedthe odist Church, Opa Locka. Rev

resses. Easter message, "All About Aaron D, Hall brought the HospitalBetty
Mrs Florence Washington, Je us. The church was tilled opening; sermon Thursday night, I
presidentMrs. Matthew's FreewillLast to its capacity. choir No. 1 and usher board No. H. Mean, girl, April Id, ;

Oretha Allen, reporter Sunday Rev. W. W Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clockthere 2 served.Dr. Betty Dawklns, girl, April 20. '
2014 NW 6th Court was an Easter program Flossie Mickens, boy April
Richard V. Moore, pre il. 22.
given by the children. Everyone
Rev. J. B. Woodley, pastor
THE HOUSE OF GOD Nathaniel Thomas, reporter waa showing off their Easter dent of Bethune Cookman Col. Anette Coleman, boy, April
loge will deliver an address to. S3.
their recitations
Re. finery and were
There will be a Singing
;PAINTS IN CHRIST NEW vive April 28 at St. Matthew'i very good. night. Music by the Bethune Thelma Mon, girl, April 23.
Cookman choir.Saturday .
JERUSALEM HOLINESS at 2 p.m.. Each and everyone 'ill We hope that everyone had a
1612 NW 62nd Street Invited to attend. Come out and most happy Easter 8 p.m. Youth night

Mother Eva Orange, pastor enjoy your favorite groups. The youth of the District will be RUPTUIIK DISEASES RECTAL
Deacon John Sawyer, reporter Worship together this week, TRIUMPHThe In charge of the program, Don't Office
need not walk walk along. miss teeing and hearing the Treatment, Low
There will be a two weeks revival you Church And Kingdom of youth program. I Coat Free Examination
meeting conducted by God In Christ Pit. LONG'S CLINIC
Bishop N Hightower of Jacksonville MT. ZION AME CHURCH Opa Locka The Poinciana Circle will have 1540 BW 1st St.
grand father of the You are more than welcome to charge of class meeting on Tues. PR 8.3748
Hightower Brothers, beginning Opa Locka, Fla. come out and Join in with us In day night.
the 30th of April. Rev H. E. GreeD, pastor our School of Wisdom which be. IIIN.._.......tt_.....__..

The public is cordially Invit Services at Mt. Zion on Easter gins at 8 a.m. The regular monthly meeting
ed to come and hear this great were well attended and Rev. Noonday service at 12 o'clock. of the official board will be held ANDREWS' JEWELERS .
man from Jacksonville preach the Greene preached two powerful We are looking to have a won Wednesday, May 2 at 8 p.m. All EXPERT WATCH AND .
gospel. Services start At 7:30: termons derful time In the Lord. members are urged to be pres. CLOCK REPAIRS

P.M. Sunday at 6:30: p.m. the Sun. Come out to our services and ent and on time. 40 Yearn in ......... .,1
r day School, Miss Jerry Woodard let's all have a grand time 1n our
superintendent, presented an service, the doors of welcome are All work guaranteedFR
ST. LUKE BAPTIST Easter program which wa well open to all.BETHEL. Save a Life 34)152

Rev. attended and enjoyed by all. 303 N.W. 2nd Are.
P. w. Williams, pastor Sunday, April 29 the Mission. BAPTIST Drive Carefully!
An outstanding day was en. arles are having a pew rally.
Joyed by all on Easter Sunday. Everyone is asked to come out Richmond HeightsRev. ; _- -w. w v a.Y.. or 44,. ... _
We thanked all members and and let's make the rally a sue. L. R. Ross, pastor "Living Service for the Living"
visitors who helped to make cess. See you at Mt. Zion Gun. Bettye Nolton, reporterA
Musical In its
these Mother's Day
enjoyable program! poe.slble day.
entirety will be held at the
: dawn communion ser.
vice, the morning worship, and church on May 13, at 3 p.m. ,r.
the evening Sunday School pro. MT. SINAI BAPTIST This event is sponsored by Cldcle I
gram. No. 2 Those who are delirious\
Christ died for the redemption of attending the affair may reg.
We were happy to have Pri.. of man that we might be eaved. Ister by donation. Everyone Is in.
Hersctali Peter'% on fworshlpplng To commemorate the death and vlted to attend.
with us on his furlough and resurrection of Christ the youth Our Easter program was heM
glad to see Elder Joseph Outen off the church presented a delightful Sunday at 6 p.m.. It was a com. r
with 118 too. Easter program Tbli plete success. The program was

Let's remember W man" Day. program was filled with recitation well organized and well attend-
May 27. and songs of praise and ed. The religious renditions and *'.' '' < ?*..
Appreciation 1s extended td I gladness for our Savior. pageantry were fascinating to

all who participating regularly Let us put forth effort to witness. Thanks go to the members .

iq the building fund cam show' love and compassion by of the Easter Planning Com., Oscar l.fflflngejfuncrol"! |; l Home
paign. Please do your bee t to worshipping a living, reigningand mlttee for their successful en. :

support this effort for our new triumphant Christ each day deavor. M. Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range, Mgr.
of the
educational year.
unit.BAHA'I .
The Pulpit Aid Club will *ponor ST. M.E. CHURCHRev. 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue

a Rainbow Tea Sunday, April and E. J. Fayfton, pastor OX 1-0131 OX 14343OX
ASSEMBLYMrs. 4 at 6 o'clocg. Please come
Lee reporter
Mrs. Gray.,
Alice Evans, teacher at give your support. 3627 SW 27th St.
Re*'. S. A. Thomas, pastor
service be.
Phyllis Wheatley Elementary Our Easter sunrise
Mrs. I. S. Walker, reporter
School, will speak at the Baha'l Ian with a powerful sermon by
6701 NW 15th Ave. Nile 634-3198
Center, 137 NW 11th Av.( 8 the pastor. At 11 a.m. the resur. 1-9151 -

P.m. Sunday, April 29. Her subject ....Church of God in Christ rectlon was unfolded by Rev. For Funerals You Can Afford Call
will be "The Foundation of Fayson, Sunday night the child
All Religions Is One." The public 1809 NW 5th Avenue ren brought us a lovely program.
is cordially Invited. Elder J. C. Jackson, pastorIra It[ was largely attended. The HomeCloth
Miss! Olive Alexander and McCall Jr., reporter Sunday School sponsored a picnic MankerFuneral

Mrs. Toby Emanuel of 43 Star Sunday Fifth Avenue was Exeter Monday on the
Island Miami Beach are attend. leased to have two Inspiring church grounds to close the Eas.
Cover Caskets $126
Ing the National Baba'l Con. nesaages that were delivered ter holiday. up
centlon at the Baha'l House of br our State Mother, O. Gamble Sunday Is Men's Day. Chair Metal Caskets $499 \
Grady Lee Is expecting up
Worship In Wilmette Illinois. and our visiting preacher from man I
Miss Alexander is a delegate. Tua. They were beautifully en. wholehearted support. The pas. 0 Nothing left to burden you
joyed by all. tor i. asking all boards and
The Miami Bahal' Community remember our superin- clubs to have their reports ready One's Social Security Can Take car all
Let us
held Its annual election, Friday, tend*'nt of the South Miami Dis. Rev Crowell Is still ill In Jack. funeral arrangement
officers are
April 20. The new Hospital. Please visit him
Wells'} family In ion
George Savltt, chairman: Mrs. tract, Elder hour of A.bereavement. May with a word of cheer and all the Dullness Manager!. William Norwood
Emily Bethel vice: chairman; their to realize that other sick members Willie Willlamar
and It
Mill Ida Solomon, secretary, then understand your loss and We will look for you at
er.A' Miss. Audrey Thompson, deeply sympathize. church Sunday -

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA IN MEMORIAM JAMES A. HAMILTON, better vivors include his wife, Maude;
PAGE 12 SATURDAY APRIL 28 1962 known at "Leroy," of 21700 Old one sister, Mrs. Drucilla Wood-
In loving memory of our be.loved Cutler Rd., Goulds, Fla., died side; one brother, Austin; three
mother and, grandmotrer, April 21 at Jackson Memorial Hospital nephews Arthur, Eugene and|
He is survived by his wife Christopher.CALVIN ,
Annie Mae; his mother Emma D.;
nine children brother Charles JOHNSON, seven-month-
; a ,
CARDS ... MEMORIALS W.: a sister Mrs. Lillian Knowles old son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam John.son. ,
Funeral services will be held on of 329 N.W 22nd St., Apt.
Saturday April 28 at 4 p.m., 203, was DOA at Jackson Me.
Temple Baptist Church with interment morial Hospital on April 21. Funeral .
IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSThe in Evergreen Cemetery services were held on Wed
April 25 at 10 a.m. in
I Sad but Loving Memoriesof Family of the Late MRS. IDELLA RUCKER, of 1727 Francs Funeral Home Chapel.
Our Wonderful .. N.W. 152nd Ter., Opalocka, died
Mother and Grandmother I April 25 at Cloverleaf Hospital, Albert .

.. _. _. _._ North Miami Beach. She is sur
-. --- ----- -
r".i' vived by her parents Mr. and Mrs. PORTER J. WALKER of 167 N.W.
I- Milton Coleman; five daughters 9th St., died in Jackson Memorial
',." ,; rommie Lee Sarah Jane Sophia Hospital April 20. He leaves his
Dell Lucille and Louise; eIght wife, four brothers sisters and
sisters, three brothers and sixrandchildren. two uncles. Services were con
; Funeral arrange ducted in the Chapel Thursday
;; ments are incomplete at this time. 3 ficiating.p.m. with Rev. F. L. Smith of

a 1't W. 6th Lane Hialeah, died April MRS. MARY J. DAVIS, who re-
i 4 I 25! at Jackson Memorial HospItal.. sided at 1228 N.W. 1st Ave. with
He is survived by his wife Lillian; her only son, A. II. Starks Fireman
two sons William Jr., and Ulysses for the FECRR, died in Jackson

; .: ; two daughters Cynthia and Hospital April 20. Other survivors -
; Phyllis; three sisters, Ella Lesene, are two granddaughters,
MRS. MARY DLAKELY Mary Elizabeth Jefferson and Rosa; four grandsons and 13 great-grand
Jordan; two brothers.in-law, and children. She was sent to Ft.
1 who departed" this life on April :one grandson. Funeral services Gaines Ga., Thursday night, where
24, 1961 will be held Saturday April 28, services and burial will take place.
You arc gone but not forgot 1030,: a.m., New Mt. Zion Baptist
ten. Sleep on and rest in peace, Church, Hialeah. ROBERT BRYANT, of 132 N.W.
We love you dear mother, but 11th Ter. died in Jackson April
God loves you best. MRS CARRIE B. MILLER, of 661 21 following an extended period of
'. You will always remain In our W. 22nd St., Hialeah died April illness. Funeral arrangements are
hearts.' 26 at Mt. Sinai Hospital. Mrs. incomplete.
:;i. MR. WILLIAM C. COLE + The Blakely Family10v'n Miller was a well known Miamian
.""" _; "....iAi.'1 w.,4.Pw9rMWiwaPnSAiYA rwaWW' and a long-time saleslady for Avor JOSEPH SELVEDGE died suddenly
who passed away on April 18, Cosmetics Co. She is survived by at his home 1728 N.W 6th Ct.,
MRS. ELIZABETH INGRAM wishes to express its sincere thanks IN her husband, Walter; three sisters April 22. Services will be held
and appreciation to its many Mesdames Syretha Strong Irene Saturday 3 p,m. at Royal Assembly
who died on April 28, 1961 friends neighbors and relatives Church of
God 1405 N.W.; 1st
of our hue. Dukes and Eleanor Brooks; two
she rest in memory
peace for their kind gestures of Ct. Elder R.
sympathy II. Faison Pastor.
band and father.EPHRAIM brothers Robert and George Davis.
Friends may think I have for.
and kindness shown them LEVI NEALY Funeral arrangements are incomplete He is survived by his widow Dora
gotten luring their hours of bereavement. and he will be on view in this
When at times they see me smile, Thanks for the many cards tele- who departed this life April 27, chapel from 4:30: p.m. Friday.
But they will never know the flowers. Special thanks 1960. MRS. MARY THOMPSON, of 1481.
heartaches :o Primate II. Francis Wilkie and Gone, but not forgotten. May N.W. 44th St., died April 21 at I SAM LEWIS, of 1330 N.W. 4th
That smile hides all the while. St. Peters Cathedral American he rest In peace. Jackson Memorial Hospital. Sheis Ave. died at home April 22. His

RACHEL INGRAM TOMLIN ::::atholic Church also to the Fran Wife and Children survived by her parents Mr. survivors include four brothers,
IRENE INGRAM WILLIAMS,, :is Funeral Home for services and Mrs. James Macon; five sons, Fred David, Prince and Rev..Shad-
rendered. Thanks to for rack Lewis. Funeral services will
ADDRANNA INGRAM everyone Ruben William Earl, Alden and
SMITH Daughters; everything CARD OF THANKSThe Jimmie; three daughters Mrs. be conducted Saturday at 2 p.m.
Nellie Nicholson, Gloria Jean and at Trinity W. M. Church, Rev.
GREAT GRANDS. MRS. MAUDE COLE, Wife; family of the late 'Connie; eight grandchildren. Funeral George E. Johnson, Pastor. He
and FAMILY.CARD AGNES TROY services will ,be held today will be in repose in the church ..

IN MEMORIAM .wish and appreciation to express sincere thanks April 27, 3 p.m., St. John ,Baptist' from 7 p.m. Friday. ,. "; ,
OF THANKS to their
I Church, with interment in Lincoln
friends,for expressions, and acts WELLS,
I In Loving Memory of Our The Family of the Late of klndtteas during their bereave.anent..The Memorial Cemetery Jr., pastor of Wells Temple Church

Dear Daughter Mother and Sister MRS. LULA LARK ; cards letters, tele. CLIFFORD SIIEPARD, of 2764 of God in ,Christ, Coconut Grove,
-- -'............ wishes to express their deep "appreciation I grams and flowers are too num I N.W. 60th St., died April 21 at who lived at 3201 Thomas Ave.,
; to the many friends and J! erous to mention We trank you his residence. He is survived by passed away at home April 23 after
j ; neighbors for expressions of sympathy one and all. his father, Willie; four brothers, an extended illness. His survivors -
8i' and kindness shown them The Family" Willie Thomas Ernest and Edward are his widow Rebecca;
juring their hours of bereave ; five sisters Ora Lee, Early, one daughter Mrs. Fannie Mo
ment. Thanks for the many telegrams Mrs. Barbara Jean Marquess Mrs. Pherson. Services will be con
i' cards flowers and consol OF THANKS Lillie Butler and Mrs. Odell Dell. ducted Monday 12 noon at A. M.
& ing words. Their special thanks Funeral services will be held today Cohen Temple Church of God
Tlje Daughter of
to all departments of Mt. Zion +j ) the Late April 27 12 noon in the 1747 N.W. 3rd Ave. He will be on
Baptist Church and to Rev. w.F.1 MRS. CLARA FERGUSON Range Funeral Home Chapel, with view at South Miami Church of
Tanner, Rev. T. C. Kelley, Rev. P. wishes to thank the many friends interment in Evergreen Cemetery God in Christ, which was founded
Cooper and the Bain Funeral and neighbors for kindness and by him from 2 to 4 p.m. on Sun
Home for its dignified and sympathetic sympathy shown during the loss JOSEPH VALDEZ, of 2460 N.W. day and at Wells Temple from :5 s
service. of her mother, who passed on 162nd Ter. died April 26 at Lincoln p.m. Sunday until funeral time
April 8, in Nassau Bahamas. Convalescent Home in Goulds. Monday.
MRS. VICTORIA WEBB, Thanks for the cards and other His survivors include his wife
Daughter; kind gestures. Gertrude. Funeral arrangementsarc JOSEPH E. RAMMING, pioneer
MR. EDWARD WEBB MRS. GLADYS C. JONES, incomplete at this time. of 2976 N.W. 50th St., expired at
Son-ln-Law; Daughter; and FAMILY his home April 24. Surviving are
MR. BENJAMIN W. SMITH Richardson his widow, Edith A.; four daugh
Grandson. ters, Mesdames Irene Beverly
ARTHUR VERONA, of 1218 N.W Dorothy Cooper Vera Ward and
IN MEMORIAMIn .DEA THS 3rd Ave., died at the V. A. Hospital Isabelle Rome; four sons Joseph
on April 20. He leaves to Jr., Jeremiah, Nehemiah and Rev.
Memory of Our Dearly Beloved. mourn an aunt, Mrs. Beatrice lien- Emanuel Rahming; two brothers
Husband and Father zie; a dear friend, Mrs. Daisy Mc. and one sister. Arrangements are

___.nnmn_ ___. .' MR. EDWIN O'NEAL Range Neal. Funeral services were heldat incomplete.
VIOLA BETHEL BAPTISTE, Sr. the chapel on Wednesday April In5 'iI'---f: ,';"
who departed this life on ROOSEVELT LESLIE, the six 25, at 10:30: a.m. The remains of .
who departed this life April 24, 1960 year-old ion of Mr: and Mrs. Herbert Verona will be shipped to McRae
April 21, 1960 Sadly missed by those who love Leslie of 1324 N.W. 67th St.. Funeral Home in St. Petersburg f
in New York City I him, may he rest in peace, and died April 21 at Jackson Memorial]' where final burial rites will be rt
R We loved her but Jesus loved light perpetual shine upon him. Hospital. His survivors include conducted.
her best. his parents one sister one brother
I MRS. ELAINE BAPTISTE ; three grandparents, Mrs. An. \HARK MARSHALL died on Tues
JOSEPH II. CULMER, Father; Wife; nle Lee Mazon and Mr. and Mrs. lay, April 24. He leaves to mourn .
CHARLES BETHEL Husband; Eleven Daughter, one son, Andrew Leslie; three aunts and i wife Earnestine, of Laural. Miss
/ THELMA ADDERLY, Nineteen Grandchildrenand nine uncles. Funeral services funeral arrangements are incom
Daughter; Family. were held Wednesday at the plete.

TWO GRANDCHILDREN; Church of Christ on 67th St., with DEWEY HODGES of 10441 S.W
I MERINA KERR, Sister; IN MEMORIAMThe Elder Thompson officiating. In. ,
184th St., Perrine, died at his
LILLIAN Sister terment followed
.. BURROWS ; In Evergreen home
1962. He leavesto
on April ,
JOSEPH and JAMES Family of the Late Cemetery. i
/ CULMER, Brothers; MR..JAMES E. THOMPSON mourn a devoted McClaln wife Maud'and
: And a host of other relatives, takes this method of thanking its CHESTER ARTHUR NELSON of two step-sons, Albert
many friends for kindnesses shown 4715: S.W. 25th St, WHolly, John L. Frazier; two stepdaughters 15
CARD OF THANKSThe luring its recent period of be wood, died April 21 i i- Memorial. Mrs. Margaret Bott and Mrs. Kf
reavement. Thanks for your chon e Hospital, Hollywood Fa He is Savannah Green; and grandchildren.
Family of the Late calls cards telegrams, flowers. survived by his wife Idella; seven Funeral services were helc
A/2c BARBARA PRINCE letters visits and all other kind daughters Mesdames Millie Jones on Thursday April 19, from the
takes this opportunity to gestures of sympathy. Your kindness Lillh Wilcox, Meriat Fain. Cynthia Chapel with Rev. Emory Jackson
appreciation to the many expressour relatives will never be forgotten. May Love Eleanor Riley Shirley officiating, at 2 o'clock p.m.
and friends for their many God keep and bless each of you. Davis and Joyce Green; two sons.

acts of kindness during our be Edison and Willie J.; 36 grand. Francis u_ ._ ._ ._ .
children one greatgrandchild and
reavement. Special thanks to our
Pastor Rev. Dell and con.gregatlon Wife; one great-grandchild. Funeral THOMAS FARRINGTON (also MRS. MISSOURI TOWNSEND
of Kelly Leroy Chapel Metho EDWARD S. THOMPSON, services will be held Saturday known as Big Tom), of 2106 N.W. a pioneer Miamian of 228 N.W.
dist Church. Also thanks to the Son, 731 W. Church St., April 28, 1 p.m.. in the Range 3rd Ct., Apt. 119 died suddenlyon 15th St. died on Tuesday at her
neighborhood of 70th St, friendsof Jacksonville, Florida Funeral Home Chapel Brother Tuesday, April '24. Survivors home Mrs. Townsend is survivedby
2nd Ave. and Range Funeralfor Chedle officiating. Interment will Include his wife; Elouise; one sister I two sisters, Mme. Allena John
their efficient service. May CARD OF THANKSThe I follow in Lincoln Memorial Ceme Mrs. Thelma Rahmings; two son and Margaret Ferrell a niece,
God guide tery. aunts Mrs. Eloise Rolle and Mrs. Mrs. Hortense Patterson a neahewinlaw -
you. Family of the Late Naomi Brown; four uncles, Harold Leroy Patterson, arotherinlaw
MR. and MRS. CARL PRINCE MRS. MARY LUE JACKSON CALVIN JORDAN, a groomsmanat and Bernard Johnson and Nathan > Eddie Somellian.
and FAMILY wishes to thank all friends and Gulfstream Race Track died I and Willard Rolle; and friends. as well as several other relatives.
', neighbors for flowers telegrams April 21st in the Hollywood Memorial Funeral arrangements at this time Funeral services for Mrs. Townsend -
CARD OF THANKS end cards during their hour of Hospital. Mr. Jordan is are incomplete. will be held on this Tuesday.
bereavement. survived by his mother, Ester May '1, at 2 p.m., at Mt. Carmel
9 I wish to take this method of and a daughter Mrs. E. Gibson WILLIAM. COLE, of 1722 N.W Baptist Church, under the direction
[expressing my sincere thanks to THE FAMILY: both of Pawtucket Rhode Island. 5th Ct., died at his home on April of the Bethel-Williams Fu
'my many relatives and friends for Prisdlla Thompson and Chapel services were held Monday 18. Funeral services were held neral Homes, with the Rev. D. A.
the calls, cards, Visitsl and flowers Magnolia Davy Daughters; at Range Funeral Home, and on Tuesday, April 24 at 10 a.m. at BradleYili pastor officiating. The-
sent me during .' May Rev. J. E. Jackson, Son; then the remains were, sent to St. Peters Cathedral American lie in repose at her home
God bless each of you. Homer Thompson, Son-in. Pawtucket, Rhode Island for final Catholic Church, with Primate H. from 7 p.m. on Monday until fu
MRS. VICTORIA HIGGS. Law; and Grandchildren rites. Francis Wilkie, officiating Sur-. neral time.I .

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LOVELY HOUS ;. $2 1i week.
Will sell to high class people. $30 M&soti Grand I SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1962 PAGE 13 //J;}
down, balance $22
per week Have _
Classified Lodgfe
small house $20. NE 5-5566. C6itiitig4 -.a--wa a.o+rasaa-a a. aaa aVw-aa-ava sa www..a a..aw..aa.-.

NICE 2-BEDROOM To MiamiThe .
Duplex. 2236 s
N.W. 50th St. For information grand lodge convention!
call TU 84296. ,of the International F and AM

FOR SALE 3-ROOM APT. Unfurnished 'Greater Masons and Israel OES Bethel will, convene P. D.at For Rent Or Sale .

1960 N.W. 81st TER. Owner desperate $11.60 per week. Call E. Picard Church basement, 160 NW 18th ,
See and buy today A-l Rental Agency, FR 72902. I St., Ukv. p. D. Brantley, pastor, ''.j '':''I':

shape, only $395 down And $75 per FURNISHED efficiencies. All May 4, 6. Friday, May 4 is Youth 2 BEDROOM CBS ., ,j
month, Sea today -call owner utilities included. $12.60 per Tom Night parade Exciting to see the I
l Monday 'L 45101 weeK.<< 620 NW 8th St. FR ing Of Thumb wedding and model. l ;
spring fashions. '
1487 1 H W. 41st df. See !lnsideTwobedroom 7.UU'. Saturday night Is the breathtaking Tile roof, fence, awnings, jalousied1' windows ,>

CBS very nice. Total 3-ROOM Cottag, Water furfiishi banquet with! plenty of .. .
$10,000, $300 down, $75.00 month Pd. $10 week. 669 NW 8th St. flood southern food and plenty ,' .' ;
pays all. A., I3en. dr1; ,2844 N.W FR 7.2902. I of enterialhraent. .JLr'A ,..' LIKE NEW '. J .'.A ;;
62nd SU Kites* PL 9-5533. Day Sunday of CdUrefl ia (hd Pad 1 "
OX 1-9372; ; B. PICARD rade at 2 p m. ;, : .:' ,
?S .Renj&l Agency Atty. W. M V. Banks, Salk{ J, !', ) ..:I.-
1069 NW. 76th ST. CBg beauty. Rental coll&tiqns; prdpefty! < Caswell, 0. M.; Dt. M. Williams, ;r See 1545 N.W. 73rd Street' ",: l' J
$400 down and $70 per month. management real estate ;A! Dt. W. Harris, W. M. ... ; ,',
Garage, Fla. room. See today 569 NW 8th St. FR 7-2302 and publicity h lrman. r "f, .}
Monday PL 445101. ... .,
call owner M4 '
DOLL HOUSE, small but In A-l 1 BEDROOM furnished apt. All LOW DOWN PAYMENT .. ..
chapt. $295 down. Move right in. I NE utilities.4.0500.Downtown area. indf$18. I i Personal Mention i ', N ..'
$65 per mo. Call owner Monday "

PL 4-5101 OPA LOCKA area. 1 bedroom, Dr.theslology Roy Dog at City s, head No. 1 of hospital anes-, OPEN SUNDAY 1-5 f.: ,

1326 N.W. 42nd ST. See inside to newly decorated unfurnished. St. Lout, Mo. was in Miami .
day. Beautifully furnished two. unfurn.Furnished $21. 2 bedroom Beach attending the convention p' v :: ,
bedroom, carporte, air conditioner.Total 40500. $18, turn. 2 bedroom of Anesthesiologist! at t he Call HI 53524MO 5-5004
$10,500. Only $350 down. A. iadf Americana Hotel.Accompanying'. I
Ben-Kori, Realtor, 2644 N.W. 62ndSt. NEWLY Renovated furnished or Dr. Bogga was
.. Nites PL 9-5533, Days OX unfurnished apt*. In the Mrs. Boggs and son, Glenn, who
19372. Locka area near church, school Opa took the opportunity to visit hlj .a#.## ] .#.......#.. #.1 1...###a 1 #.#' ... *......
and shopping center. Call mother and father here In Ml.
CBS HOME, large corner lot, 3- am!.
bedroom, 2-bath. Large Ins Rental Agency. NE 4.0500. .. I
room. Sprinkler system utility I Indf WANTED ," MADAM REBECCAGifted
I )I ::
Glass door to patio. Full ; I NICE QUIET PLACE, 1 bedroomapt. INVESTOR will buy lots andi ;
Value .
$14,800 $16 000. No quali Stoy and refrigerator. 6306 homes, regardless of condition in
Indian Reader and Spiritual Advisor will help
Address 3001 N.W.70th Ter.
fying. : I
N.W. 15th Ave. Ph. FH 19797 or downtown Miami. Also will be
1915 N.W. 43rd 0t. See inside. NE 4-1886. May12 interested for cash in estate from you in all problems of life A
heir. Call CA 1.4833 or JE 13814.
Nice two-bedroom CBS, plus one ONE ntDROOM: air conditioned
bedroom cottage Total $12,500. efficiency, furnished $16 a week. LOOKING for a place of com. PAST PRESENT FUTURE and ALWAYS
Only $500 down, no Qualifying. A
1019 NW 75th St. No chilrden fort and
rest? Visit us any time
good A. lien- on Realtor, PL 1-4761 Love BusinessThere's
hourly! Marriage -
2644 N.W. 62nd Sit, NiteS PL or over night. Aur
9-5533, Days OX 16372.: Apartment.: Beautiful hardwood. motto, cleanliness and courtesy
that she solve
extended to all. Northslde Hotel no problem so great cannot
USED RADI63 and TVs Alsb floors, beautiful kitchen and bath. 2601 All Baba Ave., Opa Locka, i
47th Landscaped clean and quiet loca for reservations call SHK'LL GIVE YOU LUCKY DAYS AND CIIAHM3\
radio tabes. 831 N.W. Ter manager,
tion. Phone HI 4-3673
6511 N.W. 12th Ave. Bbb, MU 8.9912, There's no pity for those who need help and would not come
1510 N.W. 42iid ST. See Inside .
Three-bedroom CBS.,Very nicer no JWI nY Nina to see this Gifted holy I
qualifying $1,000 down, no elds- I That's right Every nice
ing, $84.00 month pays all. A. eiB'g. KonicthiiiK buzzing at the 10920 Biscayne Blvd. PL 1-8551
Bt>Kori., Realtor, 2644 N.W. 62ndSt. H\TILMTI, Monday nlte our
.. _Nites PL 9-5533, Days OX knockwurst ftftut met with Ifouiwt
1(| am. to 11 p-nr. Dally oral Sunday
1-9372. evcrj one's approval. Entertain!
Bedroom mcnt that's out of this world _
LARGE 3- home, corner
Uam: !'. most unique loungti.
lot separate garage. FHA $350 Drive and call \
down, $76.16 per mo. 1351 N.W by 0222 NW 7th Ave.
40th St. $195 down $95 Mo. Government Inspected and Approved

FOR RENT 4711 N.W. 16th Ave. Contest Time j I

Custom built bedroom Who will be Jr. Mr. Miami LOVELY HOMES OPENLow

HOUSE, 4-bedroom, 2-bath, $23 CBS, plus screened porch. I physique winner for 1962?

weekly.Suitable for Also rooming bedroom house. Adults apts. Oak floors, no closing costs, Time, Saturday May 2.6, Low Down Payments j

only. 137 N.W, 25th St. Phones: no qualifying. 8:30 p.m.
Day FR 7-2196 Eves. FR 9-3530. EZ TERMS! LESS THAN RENT
$495 down $75 Mo. HALL -0---

FURNISHED Two-bedroom house. 1925 N.W. 49th St. 2939 NW 46th St.
Living room, dining room, kitchen: 1409 N.W. 44th 'Street
Fla. room. 811 N.W. 65th St. Completely furnished 2. To enter contest contact

Phone PL 80792.FURNISHED bedroom, large screened Opa Locka Health Club '
No red- tape. ,.Move right! in.;$495 down, no closing
ROOMS in private oorch. Total price only 1995 NW 152nd St.

home. Men only. 2114 N.W. 57th $8,495. No qualifying, no 'Or call MU 1-3667 costs.. or- extras."''' CBS,f.."carporte'e", -.....,..... ,,..hardwood... .. ....>> floors.' $79' "
St. NIt 5-0597. .0 ,' per month 'JO'--II'. '
closing costs. l
2-BEDROOM CBS completely! new
furniture, small, no children, $23 $395 down $74 Mo. FOR SALE e
week. Utilities free. $25 deposit.
NE 43759. 2258: N.W. 58th St. 833 N.W. 75th St. $13.50 Monthly> 4220 N.W. llth Avenue

$16 PER WEEK, 6-room, unfurnished Beautiful 3.bedroom CBS Lovely in respect. Finest In area. Please see
every ,
; house. 2229 N.W. 60th St., tile roof oak floors. ritKU DELIVERY '
rear. HI 9.1266.FURNISHED this before you do anything $13,800 and $1,500
closing costs. Must be seen. 3 ROOMS NEW I
Efficiency. 7648 FURNITUREComplete down payment.
N.W,, 17th PL $15 per week. Call
owner, MO 5-5004 wk. days HI We have many others. Callor with accessories -
:5.3524. I

1 BEDROOM furnished apt. 7648 visit Allied Hotel Supply 749 N.W. 50th Street

Call N.W.owner 17th PL MO 5-5004.$22.50 per Weekdays week. 283 PL NW 7.8456 79th St. 1334 NW 54th ST. I 4 huge bedrooms, 2 baths, living area."'Garage, hardwood .

HI 5-3524. -.-. floors, only $450 total down payment. No extra

FURNISHED ROOM with cooking : costs.
privileges and use of private home.
1986 N.W. 57th St. Call NET,41290. .-_ ... .

TWO BEDROOM BungaW' for 1 Hour ServiceBeautiful
955 N.W. 76th Street
rent at 1735 N.W. 57th St. Call :
after 5 p.m. PL 9-0001. .
Lovely large corner home. A-l shape. $12,800 total.
or couple. 696-2434. Call after 5 Dry Cleaning $400 down, $73 per month. See today I

p.m. .
3-BEDROOM.. 7791 23rd Ave. And PressingALL

OX 1-0175. WORK GUARANTEED 1043 N.W. 77th Street

APT. Beautiful hardwood floors,
beautiful kitchen and bath. Land- Home with many extra Fla. room, sprinkler system,

scaped, clean and quiet location. rear patio, fence, lovely landscaping. 10 fruit trees.
Phone HI 3673, HI 57207. 6511 Cleaners
N.W. Pops
12th Ave. $400

4BEDROOlDuplex.. Kitchen 1412 Northwest Third Avenue a
living room large hall, hot water. down.NEWS
CBS building. 418 N.W. 8th St. *
Reasonable rent. Call Carey's Ren- REALTYThe
tal Agency, FR 48398. May 18 Son Cleaners .

1047 Northwest Third Avenue
APT. St. PL 71089.
1382 N.W. 55th
DUPLEX. Nice neighborhood, '. 'r '* 5* *% ( Broker That Works For You)
near and buses. 1274
N.W. Grandway 55th St. Reasonable. Strand Cleaners .... t '.', I tf 4600 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655

LOVELY down, 175 2-bedroom per month.home 831 1400 NW 2108 Northwest Seventh Avenue FR 3.7575 (Open Sunday)

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Delta Debutante Charm

NHS Girl Win

Tennis ChampionshipOn Clinic A SuccessA

April 12 the Northwestern
: 1 V 1 in the group of teenagers boys the discussion.
'I i'N. girls team won first place
t HYa t J.dN KttN t'A (i k'r senior Mrs. Evelyn Tynea!! a v e: r y
the five
and girls, from
held at At.
+PF > tennis tournament successful charm school director
tucks High School In Danla. The high schools of the county dem. who presently conducts a charm
i6 competing schools were Attacks, onstrated a yen for the Information and self-Improvement center in

Blanche Ely, Booker T Wash on the subject they like Opa Locka, presented a fitting

ington and Northwestern. best clothes, rating, makeup, climax to the evening in her talk.
and demonstration of the importance
Members of the team are: charm and poise. Typically of having poise at all
Jeanette Miller, Delores Fer- spirited. average youth with no times, and the effectiveness of
line, Darnella Smith, Rosetta delusion pf grandeur engegadIn I I good posture In walking cor.
Hughes, Joan Bembry and Ched. frank questioning and rectly and in sitting erect.
dlta Dullard. thoughtful observations as they
listened attentively to and look 1 Also thEft factors are so imortant .
Outstanding players of the ed critically at well-planned > if one is to be charmingly -
va7 n pr team were Miller and Smith. presentations of what e v e r y graceful.

I I #7 r" This is the first year of high youth should know. With Miss Many elated debs remarked,
school competition in Dade Thelma Hart, dynamic chairmanof "Gosh, what an exciting even
school tennis competition in Dade the Enrichment Series pre. ngi"! However, Mrs. Dorothy
Couty Negro schools siding, a fashion show featuring Maxwell, chairman of debutantes
HBMIOMW H sport:\ wear, morning, afternoonand hurriedly answered, "There are
A district tennis tournament evening attire for the young many more Just as Important
Mays High Students.-Win will be held May 19 at Moore held each person literally spell. occasions scheduled for the remaining
I Park bound. The charming, well pois. two weeks.
ed models were Mrs. Qussle
State Science AwardsTALLAHASSEE Ervin and Misses Cora Culver, An opportunity to enjoy playat
Northwestern PTA Evelyn Davis (Deb of '66)) and the Coconut Grove Playhouse
Thelma Hart.It Is to be afforded the girls.
A There Is also a cherished enviable
old 11th grade high 16.yea.r.\\Carver Elementary Elects OfficersOn was makeup time next and desire of numerous adults
dent won the award Mrs Margaret lAdams, aclenoe rind 'almost fill youngsters. It
"best exhibit during the annual April 16 the PTA elected Instructor at Northwestern; Is that of meeting formally and
Florida Jun'or-Senlor! Fair hereat Registration the following officers: member of Zeta Phi Beta Soror. getting to know the pioneer citizen .
Florida A and M University ty and charm iteelf, instructed of Miami. Nevertheless the
reoently. RoundupSpring' President, Mrs. Gladys Hadley; I the girls at length in the art of I debs will enjoy a reception as
vice president, Mrs Annie Tlll- bringing out the natural beauty guests of honor with the Cwest
Lee Miller Brown of Mays is the time when we man, 2nd vice; Mrs. Hazel Wal. which all young people possess. Club and the Adelphlan Club a*
High, Goulds, was the winner of lace, recording secretary, Mrs The girls refreshingly pleasantand hostess and hosts. The invitee
first place in the overall exhibit begin to think! about another I I Agnes Thomas: financial secretary bubbling over with enthus to this affair will constitute pioneer .
and in the biology category. The school year. This is the time to Mrs Wilhelmina Sands; iasm, learned the right way to Mlamlans, or their Inherent
fair was sponsored by the roundup all the: little boys and treasurer, Lonnie Culpepper; style the hair to frame a perfect heirs.
FAMU biology department. girls who will be ready to enter chaplain, Lewis Stokes: parliamentarian face be it round, square, or
I Mrs. Eliza Bullard: Mrs Valencia Williams, chairman
Lee's project "Do Nerve Celt, the first. grade in Sept ember. oblong, and just the right kind of Invitations
historian, Mrs Agnes Bradehaw; and amount of makeup for that la busy with
)Multiply Involved. the makingof We know that parneite have budget and finance committees race. the invitations for the deb ball,
Purklnju cell counts in the been thinking about this and chairman, K. C. Wilson; publicity a culmination of week of prep.
brains of fish taken at various would like to make an early committee chairman, Leon. Leo Albert counselor at Dor. aratlon.At .
stages (ages) of development to start. ard Walker. sey Jr. High, member of Alpha the conclusion of the for.
determine whether any evidenceof Phi Alpha fraternity: and Mister mal cotillion ceremonies this
increasing numbers of cells The principal, teachers and The extravaganza held by the Esquire himself, gave the boysa year's affair promises to be a
existed in any given species. students at Carver are happy to PTA was a tremendous success lot to think about in acting, "real festive" occasion in which
extend a welcome to our pros in raising (564 for band uni. looking and being a gentleman. everyone present is expected to
Other prize winners from first graders by inviting farm. We wish to take this op.
second They charged him with pertinent make the night a very gala one
Mays prize, Sarah were Beal, John Vernon parents to register them now. portunlty to thank everyone who questions and displayed ready for all of the young people who
contributed to this eau ee.
Hawk biology, second prize, born during wit which greatly enlivened are com.'ng out.
; Children who were The PTA ___ __ __.__.._ __ __ L_
Rice fourth Olo. be president is desir - ------ ----- --- -
James D. prize, the 1964 are to registered
year 1""{'=' 1S 1S'='':I''!: <<::: '!!'1S::: '<:i
ria Payne. at the school on eitherof ous of making full report. On
the following dates: Monday night May 21, the last PEOPLES DRUG STORE BARBECUEAND
Members of the Mays Science meeting for the year will be held.
Department who served as epon April 24, 26, 26 or 27. If you Anyone who has not reported LUNCHEONETTE
sore of the winners were: Mrs. have a birth certificate fnr please do eo.
Nettle Dove for Borwn and Rice; your child, please bring it with 402 and 406 N.W. 8th Street FR 4-5874
Mr. Bennie Samuels for Deal you. If a birth certificate Is not Friday night, May 11 begin.
and Bryant; Mrs Margaret available come out and register fling at 8:30: p.m. parents along Drug Store Bar-B-Que
Wright for Payne and Mr. Alvin your child and we will be hap. with their children are invitedto
Bryant for Hawto. py to help you secure one. a barn dance in the school Specializing in prescription Featuring breakfast lunch
gym. Let's make this a grand patent medicines and sundries a- dinner. Old Hickory Bar
Be an early bird and register affair Come and Me who will beetle from 5 pjn.
0:80 12
now Open daily a.m. p.m.
Please Take Note! win the prizes. Fri., 8t. to ItSO ...... Open Fri. & Sat. to 2:80 *.m.
Rosa Hutchinson and
All Church new must be in
Satisfaction Guaranteed Free DeliveryDREAMLAND
Tuesday evening. Mont be trPe'wrltten Annie Jackson, reporterI.
and double Drive Carefully!
paced. r iiQ 2 ? 8 2 83! 3 : 21IIClJI
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Key WeSt America' Baby Contest at I SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1962 PAGE 15 I

Southernmost City Rainbow ParkThe
.- ttjr rllAfrCES fc, tALlKtt\ Fashion TeaSponsored Day Camp during the month of
---- I -. .H_ .. .. ,. 1111. School Rainbow and PTA Park will Elementary present its Please come out and enjoy the
nci annual Fashion Show and Baby by many spring fashion which will
ST. JAMES M. U. cn [
North be modeled by the Girl Scouta
DEDICATED DadeRecreaHon Contest Sunday, April 29 at 4
p.m. in the school's cafetorium. Girl ScoutsThe and their friends.
On Easter' Sunday St. JametlMJ.8slonary CenterThe

with Baptist Church :was. tournaments held this This event will feature the j P. E. S. Patrol of Girl Dugie's Guest House
dedicated a program. Mas. charming Jessie Smith and Mary
ter of ceremonies. was Rev. Jasper tennis and the archery.center The were table Johanesen. Guest models Will be Scout Troop 409 of the YMCA I I The house of clean rooms
Williams. After the programa winnersof Iona Allen, Ruby Ruild'ng' win have a Fashion
Curry Sylvia
talble tennis Open 24 hours NE 4.3851
tournamentwere -
edrroon was delivered by Rev. McFord, Vera Williams and Les. Tea on the patio of Mr. and Mrs.
W Henderson, moderator of the Clyde Murphy and Ritzier lie Margolis. Leon Armstrong 1371 NW 46th Seeing is Believing
NeshiUt: (Iboth ,winners received St., Sunday, April 29, 4
Great Union Daptist Church of trophies fold and silver for first Several beautiful babies will p.m. See us for clean rooms
Miami. All present enjoyed the and second places. Andrew Nes. 'vie for honors as the baby of the A unique program has been 2941 NW 47th St., Miami
program and sermon by Rev. bitt was first in the archery year. Prizes will be given to the planned with Joshua Dove as Jamaica Dugie, always a
Httodewom The collection wa' tournament, second went to first, second and third place win. the guest speaker. The patrol friend
raided for the grand openingwas Ronnie Williams and third wentto n ers. will use the proceeds to attend
$402. 26 INDP4MMiyafe
Sanford Bradshaw all three .
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After the service the mem. winners received awards. W\, J'rn 1tJ.lDt7rnJrn:1t:1atIUtl17rJOtI1UmClllraIIIOmnCOIlUmumt'7m. : : ] {7m'7m"1mt
bers served refreshment to the The Easter Monday party wasa
congregation.Easter big success. About 200 girls
Sunrise service was and boys enjoyed music, dancing,
well attended at Bethel AME games and refreshments. GRAND OPENING
Church. Rev. K. D. Hall, the The softball Round Robin
pastor, preached a wonderful Tournament begin (Tuesday,
eermon. April 23, 3:30 p.m. Four games I
r are scheduled to be played each

Mrs. Jessie Sawyer of Miami, afternoon.
was in the c'ty' on Sunday to attend THE NEGRO AND
the dedication of St. James FLORAL PARKMrs.

Missionary Baptist Church. Grace Albert, principal
Friends were happy to see her. at Floral Heights, recently at.
tended tre National Elementary
Lt. Alfred L. Saunders Jr., ar. Principal's Conference in De.
rived in the city from Korea to trolt. THE BATTLE ;
visit Ms wife and children, Mrs. Mils| Albert was recipient of a
Almoveto. Lt. Saunders is the surprise purse contributed by
son Of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred her staff to help make her stay
Saunders Sr., of 208 Olivia St. in Detroit a pleasant one. Upon OFARMAGEDDON
receipt of this token she said
Happy birthday to Mrs. Pola "This is one of the greatest sur.
Williams of 801 Emma St. who prises that I've ever received in '
celebrated another natal day on my life."
April 23. While attending the conferenceMrs.
Albert resided with her
the Easter Parade was a daughter and family, Mr. and
grand success on Monday April Mrs. Kenneth Washington
23. Three hundred children at. Teachers of the third and
tended the parade. This annual sixth grades shared experiencesIn
affa'r Ls sponsoied by St. Joseph the teaching of oral communi. Will The Black White Red
Aid Society of St. Mary Star of catldn, arithmetic;, reading so. v or
the Sea Catholic Church. cial studies, health, science, ,
spelling, phonetic analysis and
Gteen Kelly and grandson of remedial reading during their
Miami spent Eater here visiting last professional meeting. Teach. Race Rule the World?
his father Albert Kelly and ers participating were M. Dis.
family of 2062 Truman ave. mukes, H. Johnson, C. Roach, R. ,
Rolle, Perry, D. Hardie II

Carey. The will funeral be of conduced Mrs. Mary on ,The Dove school's Jr. spelling bee was FLA., ON WHAT BIBLE PROPHECY HAS PREDICTED FOR THESE

Sunday, April 29 from Trinity won by a little lassie of the 6th MODERN DAYS. t
Wesleyan Methodist Church, Rev. grade, Gladys Hart, sponsor, R. ATTHE
George W. Allen pastor Levwlty.
To the bereaved family till J. K. Dove, reporter '
column extends sympathy. Grace Albert, principal

''Mrs. Nellie Gonzales is Improv FOR SALE
ing nicely at Monroe General
Hospital. Friends wish her well $12.50 monthly
aga.'n soon.
.Mrs. Florence Allen a pa. FURNITUREComplete GOSPEL TENT
tlent at Dr. Depro Hospital, is with accessories ;
elck Friends wish her a speedy
recovery She is the Allied Hotel f
daughter of Supply

and Mr. wife and of Mrs.George William Allen.Carey, 1334 NW 64th ST.Mayl2 ---ij '2nd Ct. & 17th St. j jI

-'P- (Off 3rd Ave., Downtown Miami)
ELECT t tr
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I E. F. "Bob" a- ,.

sundiightMay ;

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PULL LEVER 44BTo 7t30 p.m.
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elect and serve the people of District 1 in a sincere SPECIAL FEATURES

efficient, dignified manner based on a capable E. C. WARD, Speaker Any Bible question answered

1 background, and a reputation of honesty and experi J Trained staff of 70 persons to serve you
I ence. Free gifts every nite Free Admission
Pictures on the screen every nite
I Long-time resident of Dade County
The best in gospel singing Free Bibles given away each nite

I Over 20 years experience in Law Enforcement
Big Headline Subjects May 7-11, 1962 7:30 p.m.
of the Constable's
i Experienced with the duties
MON Who made the Devil nd why doesn't God destroy him?

office. TUES Four ways you'll know your friends In Heaven, and will W y

Veteran of World War II, with service the Navy Negroes be there?

Member of Masonic Order WED; The fish that caught a man. Who was he?

THURS Dry Bones in The Valley. Are there any in Miami?
Florida Peace Officer Association
FRI Who was the man that lived 4,000 years before his mother?
Fraternal Order of Police Associate Lodge No. 6
Allied Gasoline Retailers Association
L *' Successful Businessman for 9 years

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I : I Pink Carnation Circle ,. CONTACT MAN !
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1962 will present Mrs. Josephine
-- Mallory and C. C. Miller la a Sons (
GET AWAY Recital May 20 at 4 p.m. at St. MAKE BIG MONEY
Teachers Entertain )Happy chatter eager voicesexpressing Agues Pariah Hall, 1740( NW .
things that make life 3rd court, Plenty of. parking, PART TIME OR FULL TIME ) w<
State President Worth living. Beautiful music "*, M4 TO QUALIFIED MAN .' :
that make conversation a pleas. .0-:" SALARY AND
Morul DuPree, president\ Mil outlet at the end of a hectic lIome
Mrs. involved,, Just contact
No to sell, no selling *
of the Department of Classroom day. ThatV our set up at the! Dorsey Jr. High PTAA product
Teachers SATELLITE.' Decor .And atmosphere
Teachers, Florida State : Phone Mass! ChandlerFit -
Tea and Fashion information only
Spring Owner for
was the guest ot that's surely out of this
Association Teachers Asaoclatlon world. Show 1a Sunday, April 29 at 4
the Dade on County Tuesday eveningfor Every nite. Satellite Lounge, to 6 in the school auditorium.Wd1lolie 2070, or apply 1707 Congress IHulldlng downtown MlAmi
a discussion meeting on the 60S52 NW 7th Ave. Scott president.Churches
organization:; and function of the I
Department of Classroom Tewh-
era I 1440 N.W. 42nd Street
Mr*. Annette McNeal, first vice .
For Sale
president of the DCTA gave the $400 DOWN $87 MONTH
of the meeting. Phillip '
chaplain for the DCTA
offered Cooper a prayor. Liberty City AreaWE Awnings,. fence, tile roof tile kitchen, carporte, air ,

personable Mrs. DuPree, Call'' to see
The fruit galore.
conditioned, tree
a first grade teacher wit h 19 (NOW' HAVE 4 LARGE CHURCHES FOR SALE.
years of experience In the Tampa SEATING' CAPACITY 250 TO 500 PEOPLE '\1355 N.W. 44th Street
toia of the organization
of'the DCTA as a part of PERFECT .LOCATIONS, SCHOOLROOMS, AND $300 DOWN $70 MONTH, ; .',:.
DSTA In f .
the' structure of the PLENTY OF PARKING AREA. ;
19 58. At that time FSTA

three Green,representatives Ohio to a National to Bowling DOT WE NOW HAVE 4 LARGE CHURCHES FOR SALE. Front porch, carporte, awnings, hardwood floors,'

Convention. air conditioned, stove and refrigerator.
The speaker was dinner guestof
DCTA the delegate executive assembly.board of Following the. FORD REALTY, Inc. 1408 N.W. 45th Street

the meeting candidatesfor .. ONLY $11,500 TOTAL $76 MONTH
offices In the forthcomingDCTA 5524 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 72559BARKIEY'S
elect'on were Introduced. 2-Bedroom CBS. Jalousied porch, carporte, fenced!
Dade County teachers were' given yard nicely' landscaped '
much light on the DOT as
against CTA types of teacher
Units 'Down
organizations 4 $2,500

Feminine EmphasisDay Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome 3 apartment for rental with a separate house for

1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4.2376SPRING you. All apt. furnished. Property in A-l condition.,

at St. JohnThe CLEANING SALE A must see.

pastor, Rev. T. Johnson, Deluze Nadinola 1.00 Don't forget your films 0 ,
officers and members of St. Polaroid and picture rolls it- \ t
John Institutional Baptist Churchare Incense Candles Ainu Tranquil 1J)8 1LWe arrange financing also
Inviting all members and Pp.Ke.No Sets hair Goods and Ribbons .
friends to worship with them OQ l Glow Straightening Combs '70* ?"
Sunday, Cream 715 c combs '70. Trio Realty

The chairman, Mrs. I. Foster A Variety of Cards for all Occasions
and co-chairman, Mrs. L. Fannln '
have organized the committee Gifts of All descriptions. Use our layaway ". 801 N.W. 54th Street
to make this a great dart OPEN DAILY & SUNDAY 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.
JOAN, A. McMINN, Owner 'PL' 9.8372 PL 9.5455
On Sunday night at 7:30 p.m. .
we will present Mrs Anna Brenner
Meyers 'as our speaker; 'The NE 5-8745
four choirs of our church under I
the direction of our minister of
murk! Mrs; P. Dunn, will reniir' Brand New Homes !
special music for the morning I
and evening services.
Open Sunday 25 p.m. l'l flt! MP$9N.HOtJS8:
Owner at 1430 N.W. 59th St. .
Sunny Says: Lot 140 feet at 2161 N.W. 59th St. JOt.. tFiSaflkie : UOp

Home, good income, duplex, 811 N.W. 57th St. .
Taste the Lots for sale. Corner. 75x140 and 100x105
& Many others'in.Liberty City. Save money. Build to order

sunnymorning ,. .; f '. BAR 9 1.]JE ,-1340 JE:2=4343.::- = Lymon

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IMMEDIATE SALE3bedrooms ....-.....-....

t 2 baths
Frankto is a new young Bam.
Davis act directed to
my Jrt
the hep ones Ooleman Npr.
1728 N.W. 51st Terr. Mirror. '

dY 4 1#
t All London flipped"-London
Now every fJlobe.
drop of

straightwhisky InSchenley FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY
'. } is 1752 N.W. 51st Terr.
s.f aged over 8 APRIL 27, 28, 29

Tears blended and with Oven and range with hood Show time FiIday,12 p.m.Saturday; 10:30 & 12.30

choice grain Sunday 10:30 p.m. .
peutralspirits. 0 Glass sliding doors to patio Austin'
Dine and Dance to music by .
Formica Kitchen Cabinets Orchestra

chen1 qqE 0 Vanities in both bedrooms
Delicious Food -, Fine Liquors
Tub enclosures in bathrooms

rz Large.walkin closets Catered by Mrs. Lillian Golden, formerly of the.
Roney Plaza ,.:

.' ( o No Discrimination Reservations NE 3-0611;

tartar KJOYf-IUWU kt,K MMf I HARMARhw.TeL 667-6984 ;Admission $1.50 plus taxI

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