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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 5, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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39TK YEAR No. 36, MIAMI FLORIDA SATURDAY MAY 5 1962
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80 Negroes ,Now Driving QUELL RIOT; 1.MUSLIM KILLED : j..r 'MAN AUTO DIES WRECKPercy IN .



Metro Buses In Miami'Whet ": *Aftgeles j yIn* a ,riot one on Black Friday Muslim In cult.Los Sharpe Sr., 59, of 794

lit was killed, four others I NW 47th f't., died Monday nightas
wounded; a policeman was shot a result of a traffic accident
used to be a lily-white' In an interview with Miami aid two other officers were bad. after his car was struck broad.
Job i in Miami before Metro took Transit Authority general man. 1* beaten. side as It approached the southern
over the operat'on of the struck ajgef Octavlo Cu vas this week, 'Investigator said that the terminal of the Norttt.S'outliExpressway )
business In February Is now a praise was heaped upon the No-/' fracas started ehortly after a on NW .6th ave ..
good thing for more than 80 gro Cuevas said and"'had;patrolman stopped to question a Struck by an eastbound ve'-.
Miami Negroes who nOw drive gotten; nume u. leU man who pas selling clothing hide, Sharpe's car was cent-
the buses throughout the cdunty. rJt5.t.h&-; ()urt caUSftJ' d onll'i.. out of his car near the. Muslim spinning across an empty 'lot--
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glen4 ; $ a headquarters on South. .Broadway. 4 ,
During the 23 years 'of 'W, .0; PV Into a parked car, Miami accl-1
Yr'zler'i: t"W" :J Jtt Two' m n' jumped him but d sir dent .
Bus Operators .a ad"Maintenance .. trJhGdteali1'1.a investigator :. Dick Welill&r'..
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Employees Union, : : ha managed 'to tlTe--a "shot that w 1 1v said. '" -<

Local 1267, Negroes could do I Cuevas was extremely pleased hit one of them 4
no more than keep the base with the very good working ',e. JTwo foot patrolmen arrived Y --
clean In their maintenance job latlons of the white and Negro oii the scene as Muslim stream. 1 which was Integrated' in Septem.ber. .
as porters. They were union drivers.I There Is no segregation ed/,/ from their' story building She will .compete with other .
members! ,with voting 'privileges' setup In the MTA and Negro atyd\ Joined In the fray Officers Dade Countian in. the county
driver are used on all rffutw/ ,Stanley V, Kenele tfnd Richard spelling'' bee to be held at the
VOTE Not.. and not Just in the predominant. T'1 Anderson were knocked down Du Pont Plaza Hotel May 9.
At the top of the ballot on ly Negro areas. andkicked and Officer Frank Willa Ramona West, daughter
Tuesday will be the question aa Top Imon was wounded in the of Mra. Lucille West of Glam. :Willa Is a fifth grade straight
to whether the ordinance auth. Metro .is operating on, aehibr] :: bask: Salon "A" student ,of Thomas A, Car"
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Beauty the
orlzlng the bonds for. Metro' Ity and all employee have an 'A riot call was made and 76 final qrama won rol at the school Runnersup
purchase of the bus system shouldbe equal chance for advancement, officers were rushed to the scene spelling bee for Earllngton were WJllle Dell Phillips and
rai>eaJe& The Miami Time All MTA employee will toon, be toj quell the disturbance :Heights Elementary School Warren .erguson, both Negroes'-

urge that yon vote NO! under civil service, where their r.p .. _
I jobs will be more fully protected,. -

all right, but still their em.ploynrent Besides the 80 drivers, there
was restricted and I are 52 Negroes employed in the
there was no hope for advance maintenance department, from J f
menu. porters to mechanic.
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; NAACP Steps Up Drive 1,0.; ,1 Ik'-V w ti k




: Against Job Discrimination i
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Branches of Jthe National Association to make a report of their
I for the Advancement of activities by June 13. ::
.Colored People throughout the Mr. Wilkins' communication OaF t
country have been called upon to lined the following steps for. i..c- t.
( step up their drive against discriminatory lion by the branches: } 4p ti
employment practicesin 1. Investigate) the employment
their respective communities. practices of local businesses retail >
Citing a recent resolution adopt. ;:establishments Industries, .
ed by the Association's Board of brew '2es and other manufacture j
Directors, NAACP Executye Secretary Ing,; erns to.doermlne. _2hiritf 1 : ?it ;, 4;
'Roy Wilkins this week sent Q.1)fact1ces.; ":;"fir' "' A:1
letters;to l,&localNAACP units 2., 'a'_keiin t vet ; '
them "to intensify their to determine the amount of Negro K 'I'
efforts to break down discrimina business enjoyed by these eon.
tion in employment" and to be corns .* ; '
3. Negotiate with the ownen 4:' ; ;::;:;
and managers of local 'com
which discriminate against Negro i9' '

workers. Insisting that a representative
number of non-white employees ; '
!be: hired. Include the (4 : r;
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representatives of organized labor I
and the unions which have agreements L

your negotiations.with these companies' in A .1 r b1i. ..

4. Publicize your protest and
state your intentions of withhold. :
ing patronage If these concerns
do not change their practices

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The Heart Association of) GreatJt .
Miami recently' held Its !''annual ,,. .
meeting in the Aladdin Room'! of ,
he Algiers Hotel. The outgoing ,; ryi 4
resident was honored, and the t" ,t. t
'ncoming president and all officers
'or 196263were saluted: after i
which numerous awards were'pregseated.
DROWNS IN' RMKPIT I. _... A l lovely Sunday afternoonand April Mrs. Mary Lou Oil. Insight Into the application of
Lee Miller Brown, Jr. a' m m. flower everywhere set the lags Urban Renewal in the downtown
ber of the junior class at Mays scene, for the Dade County May<< Mist Mary Long. Miami Negro district
Anthony Rolle '15. drowned la was recipient of a special t-awardIn Voting Democratic Association's June Mm. Sumner Hutch. Samuel Moncur. presided over
a rock-pit in the 1..w.block off recognition of distinguished 9th) annual' Calendar Tea at the son Jr the program planned by Mrs.
N.W.... tJ1..St., .,Friday aflernoon. service and.leadership in the fight fteita: Room of the Mary Elisabeth : I July -vogue Beauty Tt&r.August' .. Leila William .B. o o k e r. T.
4 The oY.wbo-Ue4. JJ\,Q,, against the Heart and blood vet Hotel from 5 to 6 p.m. Dr. Chart. ,William Washington chorni: rendered .,,(4e
with Ms parents, MfT a4: __. lei diseases. Brown was presented{ *. music and highlighted that .re.
Milton E. Rolle. went'to tiber pet I'Kurt fund Certificate of'.ap f Tpe county wide political, noa September _, Mfi.., Naomi, gram with, ."The 'BaUetah
with tome friends. He swjm'acrosi preciation and a Heart pin with profit self sustaining organization Steward;, """* Chorua" Handel' II.......
the water and was returning when the word. -SERVICE" Inscribed, once again experienced: a October Mrs )Marion Mai4row. Toe Collegian presented Father
he sank. Metro pollee were calledto The .Mays' High ,family. Is over.' successful event Mlatel.- thank to T: R. Gibson with a plaque' Mr
the scene and they recovered whelmed with joy for the recognition the' citizens of vember.- Mn. Marv} PH..e. outstanding" .service to the community
the body "given to Brown for hisout-, : Tables depicting 'each of the Mrs. E. Blotter. ,

Anthony was a ninth.grade'student standing.services, and openly congratulate j twelve months decorated of the year with were. .December M".: Caryl4'Ness.ry. The' general bhalrmao Hrt.
beaUtfulIy exquisite
North Dade High School him for community ,.service .' Bmlly Carter was a gorgeous
lat lace tablecloths: gleaming
/ Letter Paocoast architect and hostei
who fostered the'
and a member of.Mt. Hermon AME polished( silver. and lovely crystal "eflrit
guest speaker of
d '" ; expressed easy cooperation
Church Rev. S. U.Gay, pastor among pesoaeln
where funeral aervices will. beheld of the Implications and Innuendoes our community,, 'who are H.t.r.
: Be First
Saturday at 4 p.m. The House a The following persons sponsored Involved,, In Urban lUha.bllltatlon eated In equality: for the Kecro.
of Albert is fa charge. Class Citizen the tables: Program a r I t a 1 Dr. Blamer Ward '"Fathers;
O hersurvivtngrelatives besides Jnuary-In. Alberta flaw problem 'which face Dade Conn i the organisation" was the parson .
his parents are: one sister a'brother ,, Mrs. Bernice Sawyer. ty etttieai.,today.. saluted 'at tbe occasion:'.tb..
,'two grandmothers ten aunts VOTE TUESDAY, February Mrs Blllle Pitts. The'HrwetJea' wand answeran ninth annual ton, wa d.dlt :
and 11. .un.le$. :* .. .. I ",, March Mrs. Annette Love. rJ04..tMt d,>xlmil., ., .!<.J .his," honor 'di





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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA NKRUMAH GETS Jolly Friends Social My Personal Thank
)fine. HETTY P. XKWBOLD
SATURDAY MAY 5 1962 President of Unit No. 48
PAGE 2 SOVIET PEACE Club Meets
There Is none whom I more
I I The Jolly Friend drle and d llht to honor than my guests
AWARDMOSCOW Social Club met at the horn of t thank each and everyone of
19,329 Negroes AddedTo Mrs. Frankf Glover with the you for your presence, thanks to
Ghana President president, Mrs Bertha Lewis, the members of Unit No. 55,
Kwame Nkrumah wa awarded presiding. Report from various members of the Jolliette Social
Registered Voters List Russia's Lenin Peace Prize Mon. committees were received .The Club, to Mrs. Martha Lamar
day for his attacks on colonialism club is currently planning a from Ira's Beauty Shop, for
:Now Totals 182,456 and support for the principles Spring Tea for Jun*. Mrs D, your efforts in making the show
I of "peaceful coexistence." Jefferson, a visitor from Atlan. a success.
TALLAHASSEE The number I EX-SLAVE The Soviet Union also award ta, was a pleasant guest to the Thanks to those who did to
of Negroes registered to ed Lenin Peace Prizes to Spa>ttsh. club and spoke words of encour. excellently in modeling. Much of
vote In Florida chow an increase DIES AT 109 born artist Pablo Picasso. President agement to the group. Alter business the success was due to you. You
'of 19.329 over 1960 and now Istvan Dobl of Hungary, meeting Mrs. Glover served aave g.ven me a Joy that noth.
total 182,456. Florida Secretary Colo One of the Chilean Poetess Olga Poblete de a sumptuous dinner which lug can take from me. For it i
of State reported this week. BOLDER i was enjoyed by all. can only gay thank you with all
last ex-daves 109yearold Espinosa and Pakistani Poet Fats
nation's
Significant gains were made in Winn died in a Bould. Ahmad Falzu. The next meeting will be held my heart.
cities and counties where local James the third Saturday night 4n Thanks to the members of
units of the National Association er nursing home. The Lenin prizes were awardedfor May ,at the home of Mrs. De. Unit 49 for a beautiful job well
for the Advancement of Colored Wlnn, outlived two wives and 'promotion" of peace among ceaux Johnson 724 NW 44th st. done not to mention the decorA'
People conducted registration five children. nations tion committee, Mrs. Gladys
'drive. This include the cities of Nkrumah who guided his Young chairman, who with her
Tampa Jacksonville Miami, Orlando lie grew up a slave for Judge West African nation to independence RUPTURE RECTAL own hands made a tree of red
and West Palm Beach and George Wlnn In Boone County, from Britain in 1958 was DISEASES roses, which has been chosen ae
Pinellas and Lee Counties Mo. and adopted his master'sname hailed in the prize citation as Office Treatment, Low the club flower. It was a most
Negro registration In Pinellas as bin own. Winn never "one of the outstanding leaders Cost. Free Elimination beautiful affair
Countv. site of St. Petersburgand remembered his mother. She was II of the national liberation movement DR. LONG'S CLINIC ............. 4
Clearwater wa up 43 per sold when he was 13 months old. of Africa." 1345 SW Sat St. TEEN AGE HOP

rent from 4.955 to 7.000 didn't leave his servitude Nkrumah who once peddledand FR 3.2748
NAACP Field W:nn slept on a park bench in
Secretary Robert until 1873, 10 years after Every Friday Night
W. Sanders reports. In Tampa Philadelphia stepped out of a
where the NAACP also conduct. the emancipation proclamation. British jail in the old Gold Dancing Entertainment

ed an Intensive drIve there was When he arrived in the Rocky Coast colony to become the first Support The NAACP Liberty Theatre

also 11.277 a 43 to per 16175.cent increase The Increase from Mountain worked first region in a In sawmill 1901 and he Negro colony.prime minister of British ... a ..._ ........- ......... *40. >S2afcfeS RM >>-

In Lee County was more than 50 later as a railroad track walker. -.....-..-...............
per cent from 1,147 to 1,821 $ 5
Other significant increases ANDREWS' JEWELERS TV Service Calls .

were registered In Jacksonville N. Miami Beach
23.513 to 26,874: Miami 22. EXPERT WATCH AND
356 to 30.519: Orlando 3,26 to CLOCK REPAIRS ALL MAKES-ALL MODELS ILI IT9LARRY'S
4.328. and West Palm Beach, Civic Club .40 Years In Business
S,977 to 8,634.
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The gains were made Mr North Miami Beach Civic Association All work guaranteed
Sanders eaid! despite the loss o' of Washington Park FP 3-0152 WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS
Rome 2.000 held Its regular meeting at the
voters who forced 303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
RADIOS HI-FI AND STEREO REPAIRSWe
tailed tn move bjrj public Development. home of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Ross .........................................IMN ,
to register their new atf. 1536 NE 153rd Terr. Much btfc- Sell Used TVs on Credit
drpspe8. Also there Incas was transacted and a wonderful
due to failure to vote were In at losses least repast was served. Drive Carefully! 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-8024
one major election We want to thank Mrs. Ross
during a two. '!' TI"-r L : 11 !"n ..1TTIIjI11f L_
year per'od as required by lawT f.r a wonderful evening.
Rejrl'trMJon reopens In May Mrs Zola Crawford president; .
and the NAACP date organiza Mrs. B. Nelson, secretary, and
tion has formulated plans to In. Mrs. B. Castelow, reporter.TOOTHACHE.
v.'r ail Us local units In Intei. j
Taste the flavor
sifted dr'ves to add at least an sunny morning _
other 50.000 voters to the rolls I ._
by the end of the year. .-

Negro voters in the state now .....
't suffer MMlltMly. Ct speedy ra
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amount to more than 10 percent jltf fpm of toothache :
of all Florida voters. Of the with fut scthif J.Jlt.III .
182,456 Negro voters 14,664are EMI In iteondt. Cwrmttttfr .
monty bclu All drat ctertt. f .JJ" : Schenleq I .
registered as Republicans.There M. NT" 'i : na" : t _.-
k I a total of 1,458,618 : '
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Republicans white voters Including 329,077 5 I -: .1

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A DISTINGUISHED RECORD :, '
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In Law and Public Service friendship is always/ on the house/



Practicing"' Attorney 32 Years County Commissioner

.' Formerly Judge Miami Beach Municipal Court -
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Past President and Former Director M.B.Bar Association

Member, American Bar Assoc, Florida Bar Assoc., Dade County Bar,
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Viet Mayor,Miami Beach, 1953-195 and 195M959 ,tr' .,.t;, .

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.> Councilman,Miami Beach, 1953-1960 .. J"

Past President,Florida League of Municipalities J; \i h Ai

League of Municipalities "V ,
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Past Vice President,Florida State Elks Association, Inc. t

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Director,Children's Home Society of Southeastern Florida t J!

Member,Kiwanis,Elks,loyal Order of Moose,Odd Fellows

28 Years I Dade County resident,54 ysjrj old, married, two children ,M.,,



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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA OPERATION begin next week City ManagerM CHILD DROWNS,
I. Reese announced Tuesday.
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SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1962 PAGE 3 CLEANUP Patterned after last year'shighly
successful cleanup operation IN DANIA POOLDANIA
BEGINS MONDAYMiami's the project will divide Miami
U.S. Files In :.:, In to three districts-north, The 10.year.ol4 son
I Charges springtime Operation central and south for the attack of a minister was found drown
Cleanup-for all material not on trash ed on the bottom of a brand
Mississippi Vote Case acceptable In the city's regular This drive will give all city new swimming pool Monday
to dispose
waste disposal pickups vrlll I residents of unwanted an opportunity household fur. night
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WASHINGTON Tn8 JuStlcd nlshings and other items at littleor Police said a lifeguard, Bert
Department has been asked thata no expense to the city sinceit Whitney found Andrew Knight
voting: registrar be declared In has been planned to coincide afted clearing; about 75 other
contempt of court for refusing to with a normally relatively slack youngsters from the Wests:do
reg'ster Negro applicants in Mia, period" said J, Grady Phelps I'ark pool after the pool closedfor
eisfllppl. waste dlv.slon superintendent. the even'ng. The boy was
It was the first contempt action "Last year's cleanup drive the son of the Rev. and Mrs.
brought in some 1,200 truck
ever filed by the govern. Bruce Knight.
mint In connection with voting r toads of trash and rubbish from
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rights .case.Attorney. the city's 34 square-mile area,
Phelps said. "Not without Its
General Robert F.., humorous aspects the drive about collection in his area by
Kennedy announced the action brought In old stoves, water handbills distributed by garbage
was filed with the Fifth Circuit heaters washing machines and pickup crews just prior to that
Court of Appeals sitting in New stacks of Venetian blinds," he neighborhood's Operation Clean.
Orleans. added. up collection.

The suit accused Forrest County The complete trash) pickup Miami was named one of the
Regstrar Theron C. Lynd of scheduled Is as follows: nation's cleanup cities as a resultof
falling to obey April 10 and 16 North district: northeast and the 1961 Operation Cleanup
orders of the appelate court for. northwest 20th st to the north.
bidding him to discriminate ern cly limits, Monday and Tues.
against !Negroes. day. April 30 and May 1.
S'nce: the orders Central district: from the Mincy's Lawn ServiceFULLY
were issued south side of 20th st to the
the
government said KQU1ITKI)
Lynd has north side of SE-SW 8th at. (Ta.
refused to PRUNING AM Hl'UAYINO
permit at least 19
miami Trail Monday and Tues
Science Negroes, Including a National day May 7.8.) Something now Let u.
Foundation fellow and South District: from south Vacuum your lawn
three college graduates, to reg. side of SE-SW 8th St., (Tamla-
told.teter!! as voters, the court was -. _T'__ ml Trail( southward to the OUT 7410 NW 15th Ave.
limits, Monday and Tuesday,
Vivian White, popular Miami Key auditorium last week. May 14-16. PL 1.9982
TEENAGERSSWIM model and Miss Fashionetta of Many gallons of the popular \ Each resident will be notified l&df

1962, served as hostess for soft drink was consumed by tre ..--
Pepsi Cola at the Florida State 2,000 delegates who attended
ATDELRAY Teachers (Convention at Dinner I the three-day: meeting.

BEACHDELRAY I I I

Negro BEACH About 60 Primary Election May 8, 1962
teenagers: staged a ,wn .
tn at this city' usually aU.white
public b-each.
Police said PULL ... -
there was no vlo. .
se
lance
and '
most of the white
bathers moved farther up the I e .Wy.
by.beach. About 20 policemen stood LEVER

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Lt. ,James Grantham said Ne
groes have been using the beach A'
dally since April 20. NO. DELIVERY (, DRUG

About 20 young white, men
and the Negroes curved each
other but there were no fights I 44-A
police said.Tension ',. l1AI_ OLD JOLUVKTTR. Manager
between whites and
Negroes was high here in 1956
when Negro pressed for de. NIGHTINGALE COLLEGE
segregation of the public beach.

ELECTRAY 265 N.W. 5th Street FR 3.1675

Dugie's Guest House ENROLL NOW FOR

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The house of clean rooms I 51st Physician's Assistant Class

Open 24 hour NE 4.3851 BEGINNING MONDAY MAY 21

Seeing u Believing BRADLEYCONSTABLE Prepare for a lifetime professionAir

See us for clean rooms Conditioned Classroom
MID
2941 NW 47th St., Miami
DISTRICT 2
Jamaica Dugie,,,always a

friend Pd.Pol.AdT, ELECT

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JIM DECOURSEYCONSTABLE

ENDORSED THE MIAMI HERALD

The Miami Herald endorse Judge Phillip Gold.

mail for the Circuit Court by saying .

"Law}'era and laymen alike; agree that Judge
Goldman is one of the ablest jurists In Florida" FOR DISTRICT 1

\ THE MIAMI NEWS The only candidate qualified

1 The Miami New endorsed Judge Phillip Goldmanby by training and experience
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tt Known a* a student of the law, he is rated

j by professional observer to be one of the flnet
My pledge to the PeopleA
1 Jurist to sit on the circuit bench in this state"

i DADE COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION qualified Negro Deputy for the first
; In the recent Dade County Bar poll Judge Gold:

I. man polled the highest number of "well) quail. time in the history of District 1.
I. fl...P and "qualified TOW of any candidate
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while his opponent, Henry Bolaban received the

r. largest number of "not' qualified" vote ,1, Return of the office' to a :Zl.hour.a.day, seven.day

'f RICHARD IRVIN .week operation.

Attorney General Richard Ervtn of Florida hail
2. Prompt service of warrant by experienced personnel.
this to say about Judge Phillip Goldman .
I believe that you are the brightest and beat VETERAN POLICE OFFICER 1. Served 8 year Dade Conn
addition to tbe bench that ha occurred during ty Sheriff office In Homicide Liquor and Vice, Jnraitt Dlv.ton. .

l my memory. TRAINING 1. Federal Narcotic School, Washington,
O.O. 2. Homicide Seminar, University of Cincinnati. 8. Dade
ASX YOUI ATTOMffT- 08 ANY ATTORNEY ABOUT JUDGE County Junior College Police Administration Court. 4 Dade
PfflJJP MUMMn QUAUnCATOHS AS OKUIT COURT J066C County Police Academy. Instructor Dade County Police Acod

level Sri,. PERSONAL STATISTICS 1. Thlrty.two yean old, mar.
140 lied. 8 children. 2. Veteran yean' V. S Army 8. Member

Young Democrat Club, Moose, Fraternal Order of Police ,
Florid Peace Officers Association, Immaculate Conception

1 Chnrth.THE (I'd. Pct Adr.)

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CJAUTH C. KEEVKS, Managing Editor V
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Entered/ a. Setond Class Matter, August 0, 1027, at the Post Office i ....Xa+rr5d. _. _. ....
et Miami, Florida, under the act of March 3, 1876 .fi 1---- -.. ..- --.
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SU11SCHIITION RATES ,; ; International MIAMIANS STAR
t>M3 YEAR l WOO SIX: MONTIIS $3.00 FOREIGN '6.00 Inc., recently met with membersof
the local committee in order
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Member of the Associated Negro Press # to formulate plans for. the IQth 'At GRAMBUNS
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association hi 1i annual International Conv ntlon
of the group1 which will convene I IJ Tw& illanli .boys s starred for
ELECTION NEXT TUESDAYWe 'o J In Miami on July 81 i drambllng College .in a track
v AX Irvt and field meet recently when
Seated, left 16 right: Miss J,
have been listening to candidates, seeing many of : B. Dlac hell. tfurhqulst rfecrfctary! to who[ pe rY'11.i i...I itii their. a achobl won!peSt in with,Aye events

them and reading about them. Now we are nearing the Mrs.be ill flhirle-y charge of 'modeling for the ern University of BatoQ} J68gu,
end.. Tuesday is the day we go to the polls to cast our flower shbw of the convention; and Alcorn College of Missis!
votes in what we call the Primary. This is an important Miss Blanche Calloway, of radio sippi.
station WM&M, who will serveas I I Jesse Holt, a freshman: and
election, in fact most of them are important. Booker
ceremonies Wa h.
mktress: of graduate: of T.
There are many positions of importance to be filled. ihil i ington High! won ,the county
"We urge every qualified person who is able to do so, to drow'Mrs. Hbuse Marioh of Muldrew'of Beauty who will i I dash in 9.9 to give .the Tiger
first
their
thlhclads v ctorl.
''cast his or her vote. Your vote i ia( just as important as A be assisted. .by A. A. Julius,of the I I In the field events, Roosevelt
.any other person's, it matters not who he may be, MRS. VIOLA HILL Sunlight School of Beauty Cul- Richardson, a Northwesterngrad

There was a time when the Negro vote was so few, Interhatiohal QUeeh 6t r the of ture Ceasor's and Mm.University Augusta of Cosme Ceasor leaped 6'4" to win the
it really mattered little! to most candidates. That assistant OES wa* elected 16 the office of tology in preparing the hair high jump.Political.
grand matrph during
time has .past. We should be able to cast 30,000 votes on the 69th session of the Bethlehem styles for the show, and the Mrs.
lona Dukes, president of
.Tuo day. Will we? Grand Chapter Order of .Friendship Civic and Garden RallyA
We have been looking over the candidates and we Eastern Star. Club who has devised a unique
Mrs. C. D. Nelson Daniels,
are certain many others have been doing the same thing grand worthy matron, and the do-it-yourself venture for the political rally, open to all
.
Now we must make a choice. As usual we are letting you Rev T. A. Rolle, grand worthy convention.This registered voters will be held on
know those we choose. Here they are: patron, "working under the pro. Is expected to be the Saturday at 4 p.m at Neal's
tectlon of the Most Worshipful largest\ attended ,convention In Super Market. NW 48th St. and
u. S. House of Representatives: Claude Pepper, Dis- Union Grand Lodge Free and the history of the group 27th are. Plenty of refreshments
rict 3 ; Dante Fascell, District 4 Accepted Masons of Florida.
Florida/ House of Representatives: Lee Weissenborn, Rudolph Bradley, grand mas

Group 2 ; Carey Matthews, Group 3. ter.I want to take this method of

Metro Commission: 'fom Sasso, District. 2; Joe Boyd, thanking the matrons and pa Dade
District 3 ; James High. trans, past matrons and past Keep County
patrons for sponsoring
Judge of Circuit Court: Harold Spaet, Group 1 ; me.

Henry Balaban, Group 4. and Thanks friends to who the cent grand me officers cards And The Nation on

Judge of Criminal Court: Gene Williams, Group 1 ; of congratulations. I am grate
Paul Baker, Group 2. ful. May the conscientious spiritof the move !
Adah, the devotion of Ruth,
Judge of Civil Court of Record : Gwynn Parker.
the beauty of Esther ., .
the faithfulness --- ------ ----
Constable : Jim DeCoursey, District 1 ; Ray Bradley, of Martha and the dedt.
District 2.School. cation :iof Electa: fill-me with Jhe CONGRESSMAN DANtE B. FASCELL I IS

Board : Jim Hendrie, District 1 ; Helen Vosloh, wisdom Grand to serve as your assistant PERSONALLY ENDORSED BY
District ; Arthur Phillips, District 3. will all be proud.Matron of whom you PRESIDENT JOHN K KENNEDY

May I thank you again and
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKOn God bless each of you. Support President


Monday, Tuesday and, Wednesday Ye ,Editor was 7 TIMES A WEEK V A Kennedy's programs
In Palm Beach attending the 40th annual convention of Mondajg, TueMays Wednes-

the Episcopal Church in the Diocese of South Florida (never bays or cold.Thursdays Folks come our house from as is ..._, in a "Time for
and the 39th annual meeting of the Episcopal Church- for na Richmond Height. to:fin. ;i', >-; ,
women. Joy| what; we: hatei Atmos. '" GreatnessPAGE "e. '.
phere!
Services were held at the historic church of the Music that's unlike any you'veever
Bethesda-By-The-Sea .and at Holy Trinity, West Palm heard and hospitality, thatyou'll t
Reach tell jour friends about.

The Rt. Rev. Henry I. Louttit, D. D.,- bishop of the 4 Miami's SATELLITE most Intimate LOUNGE.lounge'

'Diocese, delivered the opening sermon to a capacity 0222 NW 7th Ave.
'congregation. Special seating and other arrangementswere
made 'to accommodate the hundreds who were notable -
to get in the church. It was a thrilling sight. An estimated Tropical Home FurnishersSell

2,000 were present.At I
the Holy Communion services on Tuesday morn- LADIES DRESSESon
ing Bishop Louttit was the Celebrant assisted by the
rector, the Rev. L. B. Williams and the Rev. James Hall time payments I

iof Daytona Beach. Call CA 6-0184

On Monday afternoon con o1Jl, mbers. were
guests of Mrs. Ricardo C. Gonzales, granddaughter( of the

late Henry M. Flagler at a buffet supper In the Henry M. ] SALESMANWANTED
Flagler Museum. This beautiful place Is.a.< major Palm
Beach attraction and Mrs.\ Gonzales an ideal hostess. a
Also addressing the convention were Bishops Henry i'i; (

Hargrave, STD, and James Duncan, M. A.,
Another highlight of the convention was the annual To contact Colored new and

banquet with 800 present. Guest speaker for the occa- I, used car prospects for 'one t
sion was the Right Reverend David E.' Richards, STD, of of the Smith's largest .
San Jose, Costa Rica, bishop of Central America who told AUTO DEALERS
of his mission work in his Diocese. The bishop said, "The Excellent (commission incentive: 0
church's fob in that area is the same as here, althoughthe weekly and monthly bonus plan
conditions there ere much different, such as in the Outstanding opportunity for man
culture and type of living of the people. Illiteracy **gr to greatly Increase his
amounts to 60 per cent in Central America whereas It earning. ZWALLY
totals three per cent In the United. States. s.

Bishop Richards is an interesting and eloquent NIMER 0 1

speaker.A Abraham Ford
report on the Cuban Refugee work was made by
1", the Rev. Canon Hay. There are more than 2,000 refugees 2700 S.W. 8th St.

r at the Latin-American Center, 800. of them are

r Episcopalians. CHEAPER MONEY 1
,. "The church continues to grow. Sot at the Satellite. With live:
g ?Since our convention nine new missions have beenopened. music the lowest every in' nite town.our Your prices money are

lasts longer when you enjoy our
f The next convention will be held at Miami Beach. fvtmosnroric room. Have a ball
I The people at the Biltmore Hotel, the taxi drivers and and nave SATELLITE some money.LOUNGE

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SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1362 PAGE 5 attitude. You should care be. Miami Springs would go higher I am sure our leaders wouldbe
coins: you Can readily see, now, because of this facility and the glad to help, but we need an

-. -'-. .. -.... what happened to Kenneth Wil City of Miami would lose this offlc.al representative In each
to
llama This: man came In third meeting who will be there
in the laet commissioners' race, moneymaking facility to another show our side when these matters .,4
and if we had not split ou r town This was built withM are brought up. Next timewe
Around Miami votes he could have won. If tho n ami taxes and we are losing have an election for County .
or us who didn't vote had done money In the exchange. What Commissioner, let's all stick !
.i- ...,. w so, he could ha '-won. will happen to those city em together and vote for the ONE
y 1y. .- V ployece who have been there for MAN. Don't istop to think of
... ,We needed, Negro ton our years. Three are the questions to how much money he will make,
By DAVP BONDU City commlsslonnor many differ be answered and with think of do
a Negro what he can for usa
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TUESDAY, )IAY 8th is elec had opened the golf c64i fses J lease; the Miami Springs Golf I you because you vote for a Negro .
lion time and you must go to | and publ facilities to the I Negroes Course to the City of Miami 'Right now, our tax mpney Is That's the advantage of having
the polls and vote Your vote Is of Jacksonville. Whert he Springs and to make the club being tossed around with no i ecret ballots, no o n e
really Important and to chow I pointed out that he was conservative I house the city hall Why De. rcbenation on the part of rep.//knows who you vote for when
you how Important It really h, i the Negro voters formed tause we fought\eo hard to ha Negro, who pays as much. 'as any. you step In that booth and
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think of all of the candidates a block the the club one else. I
across state again.t Chouse Integrated* It toh ycu don't have to tell them. So,
running for office and very few him. He did not realize how 1m.11)ortant Jieople of Miami allow 'su Mends, on Tuesday, May 8, get
have touched on the race ;IBSU, I the Negro vote was, and move our r'gbts: are being n'I I YOUR VOTB :s Important. I out and VOTE!
except David Eldmlge, why ""Is. ,"away from us. Miami Sprin boat:ts of being conservative J1' I Right now, the Republican 'does not have Negro residents done quite a few things\to help j
called Dante Fascell an ultra I Party in Washington Is trying to This, wouU wve: th m the right the: Negro In Miami, but feme-in. IT IS SO MCi to see our
moderate. All of 'the other figure a plan to woo the Negroes to, do what Miami Beach dose In .ber that he is only one man. The people progress In business. I
gentleman have stayed ,, in the U. S. If ttlng I frame goes:! for Commissioner
away to back the party only res dents rise the i own a Doberman Pincher who
from the race issue I|I ior the next Presidential elec. crap p'. Th enl" "outsiders" ail. Henry Balaban, Dave Kennedy, was sick and remembered see.
They remember Mayor Hayden I I I tion. That Is how Important guests of the hotels and apart.. Alice Washington. They are the ing a sign on 54th street Baying
Burns of Jacksonville, who might YOUR vote ta. We, in Miami, ments on the Beach ones with the right answers, but "The Pampered Poodle Mayme
have been Governor of Florida if I I teem to have that "I don't care" The who Is going to ask the questions .
I I taxes of persons living lq 1 Continued on page 16

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We wish we could convince, I I
Places parents to drop by and meet Mrs. SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1362 PAGE 7
People Things Greenfield and become friend of I I
this cultural Institution!
I keys and plan an early a.m. trip only because generally when ,we
DY LAWRENCI5 DEnT COOPER with frying pan next time read our words a week later a
Places I If we look for nice places to cold sweat breaks out all over, us
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trr M Ir nrjriririrn is js x FFE rFErrrrFEr K rE rEnEr
.. ..... _.- go in Miami they are to be found, and we wonder how can an in.
-- liveable Miami. WE AllE among thorn who 1 all right Crandon Park Zoo, the telllgent and brlllant composerlike
People Thanks for everything, Mayor complain of nothing to do and I I Seaquarium. Vizcaya, sightseeingthere us write such trivial trash
ROTUND Charlie Hartley In Hadley! nowhere to go when we have (I I- are many places to go, So help melJohnson I
our opinion es ONE (mind you) "weekend time" on our hands.A besides a stuffy lounge sipping
of .the hardest working individuals SINCE, WE ARE blowing our staunch believer that the sea rot gut as we once thought was
for civic betterment In our stack about a communlty.minded water is good medicine for the only places to gol! C. smith
community. "Mayor" Hadley, person we would like to tip our healing colds, cuts, etc.. we took
who Is employed by the State of hat to another In a different our wife, who incidentally, was Things Alumni MeetsThe
Florida In the Health Depart. phase of community Improve. recently slashed by surgeons at I Looking down our pencil we Johnson C, Smith Alumni
about his duties ment. That is Mt. Sinai Hospital out to Association of Southeast Florida
meat is up and person our good I see an end leas column without
when others are just turning over friend, Mrs. Ruth Greenfield a Virginia Beach to soak up some .any limit to quality. This is as held their monthly meeting at
in bed for that "last nap." Yet white instructor of the finer arts. of, this natural cure-all. Just for ''It should be since this is just a the borne of Mrs M, Stubbs of
he finds time to attend all kiuis The racial identity is only to ribs kicks we took along a slab of passing fancy, which folks pau Ft. Pierce on Saturday, April 21.
of meetings, especially those show the interest that others are and its accessories, a cam. up. The next meeting will be held
dealing wth community ahans; taking in our community.Mrs. fra. We chef-cooked the ribs on May 12.The .
fulfilling appointments with city one of the convenient pits and, We haven't appeared on the group discussed plans for
and county officials and cajoling Greenfield is director of by George they were delicious prpted: page for some weeks, raisIng funds for their school.
favors" from them, such as the Fine Arts Concervatory at beyond our expectations We hada
street Improvements, traffic NW 60th st. and 6th ave., in ba'l!. So 's.t'Bfylu was th ''I .
lights, street closing for kids Miami This intergrated conser. outing, we made our third trip I I 1-- -1 r. .
during the Christmas vatory strive to bring out the in as many weeks. We even
skating holidays. getting registrationbooks cultural side of the community squeezed in a fishing trip to the I eTA U R UPS ? iij, m
in the Negro areas, etc. specially among the youngsters.
Charlie was instrumental in Among the Arts at the conser.
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What we like about Hadley is
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and doesn't go around looking it has been able to purchase its Your health Stone-Petrified Dinosaur Bone.
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We think Charlie has a special Last week a three-day activitywas
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A king, a Q u in.a prince, a -
pnuctsd w.ll. be dancing into
spate oil cue court of Jackson's
lo ui. inn, Friday, May 11.
The contestants for the May I'
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f Kuig and Queen: contest are:
v t i bell Ldgecombe; son of P.j
M... Vtinell Ldgecombe Sr., and
HUB. Moiuez Keed; Prince A,
Vvuuuus, son of Mr and Mrs. _.
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*'mice 'A WalliamH Sr.; RugeJa f
nazi, daughter of Mr. and Our lady smackers of the Par Women of the D 'de'and
itS u" : William< Lynch; Ota Tarp. tin .t and Birdie, Club, seen relaxing Broward, County areas' : wart
fey Ji.. LOU: of Mi. and Mrs. Otisiaipley after a round of golf at the MI. would like to Join the Par and
'iheresa Drown, daugh ( ami Springs Country Club, erf. Birdie Club of Miami can 'rent
te. or Mrs. Mable Drown. Y ; tt tertaned! golfers of Tampa from a letter to the Club House, 1161
Debra Santordj daughter of .f the Rogers Park Club. President NW 57th st., care of Mavmi
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sanford; b.K Frank Rivers and Tournament Bondu. More women should take
cutheiine McKham. daught-er of Director Ernest > 'WWl' a fine, healthful, out.
trophies and prizes to the 'wlnjI door' f
Mr and Mrs. Wilbert McKhara; I. sport.
ljatiic.a Moss, daughter of Mrs.lletGl'tti I I ners. Left to right: Odessa Wells,
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lairlngtoa, Homer Primus I Members of the. Club will"'go t6 Miami; Mary Minor, Clevebn.1.: ., lfir p :.}
Jr., son of Mr and Mrs. t Tampa May 6 for a i>c -dai' Maymt :Bondu, Miami.; 'and 'Jean
homer Primus Sr.; Arnold Joy- .. tournament at Roger Park, Dran.DOD. Clearwater, Fla.: fn oattmotlz
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juyner.Cassandra' Barnett, daughter ... FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH,4nd the next highest was Bro } wo1owj: ;
of. Mrs. 'Charles Baruett; Lamont Hankerson. All captains were p
Spdglits, son of Mr and Mre. Miss Marie White, pioneer Mi- Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor thanked by'':, the chairman' for
Alton Speights; Anthony Shirley, man: active in religious and Mrs. Delores Riley, reporter I having worked'*** h'rd need! eke
bOn of Ur and Mrs. Edwin Shir. The men ,of First ,Baptist real. I the day a''suc essb.&tf b> 610 ,11 6tbxN
ley:- 'Ltyda Robinson, daughter fraternal be the speaker work in at Miami the Seventh will I'ly soared to success! Sunday on :i I ," Rev W.nJ9"-Ylfadifir'o J aMlotlT. {
th Mr and Mrs. Van Robinson; Annual Woman's Day at St.Peter's their day under the l leadershipof ; Sara AIcRae, "Rec*. Set ,./yI"i"
Gregory Evan!, son of Mr. and American Catholic Chairman Deacon Oscar and
Mrs. Alfred Evans Co-chairman Deacon! Edwin
; Fredine Church, 1811 NW 4th Court oa
byeights, daughter of Mr. and Sunday, tauy tr, 3 im All mem. Ramsey, Not only did they direct
ivi.s Isaac Speights. the operation of the men day
bers and friends are cordially 7
Darwin Johnson, son of Mr. I Invited to hear this eloquent but they went over the top In Cu fStarEVAGABOR
him Mm Joseph Johnson; Ed. speaker and enjoy the unique their Individual effort financially 7 k
n'-id Keaison, son of Mr. and program. The men chorus really render ;?
]Mib, la wood Kearson; Wllie ed fitting and proper songs f9r
\vil4ht .,j'", ton of Mr, and Mrs. Mrs. Esra: V. Peterson, sponsor the occasion. The speaker was
W. \Viight; Tyrone Prince, son ; Clarence Saunders, lay Rev. S. L. Gay who spoke from
u Mi\ and Mru. Henry Prince. reader; Dean N, A. DerrI n, the subject, "The Size of a Man's 1
TIle public is cordially Invitedto priest; Archbishop Wilkie, J'n- Hand."
u end this fabulous affair, mate. The evening speaker,. Rav
and we are asking that you support Simms of Friendship ,Baptist, 1 1
= your favor.te contestant. spoke from the subject, -"There
was a Man Sent From God
ST. MARY'S W. M.
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4L .Beauticians Contestl "tiTr.: H.. ,v.-": jut r. """ pastor: I Both=name sermons :wefe'thbst ji,*'

<::autlcian'Units 7, 42, and' 55 An outstanding' day was eniJoyed apirfngj'The <' c *<
captains worked whole.
art sponsorjng' contest to de. by all on Sunday. Our
-';,' .,...t.rn,3nUie.} "Beautician/ of the: covenant was ,well ''attended. The The heartedly with' their 'chairman:
.yC4f,: TherVonUat will,end:July; .cbur .lr'.was, filled, with the, !spirJL portediwtus highest Bm&unt being :Vie' .'
"b1-Dro""hf'Da1f'ri
!9), Watch th.s paper for more Our pastor was in charge of
details. morning: and evening service. We
were indeed happy to have Bernard WE MAKE YOimUUMPICTURE
TRIUMPH Johnson worship with us. GOING OUT?
Before you go to that dance
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The Church And Kingdom ot Sunday, May 6, Sunday School or., party, stop by the. Satelliteand 'While you waitOnly
God In Christ will begin its regular hour with get primed for a wonderful' $1.00
Opa Locka the superintendent in charge i evening. Let our "Out of this DAVID
Prince H Mobley, pastor Our pastor will be in charge of world" music and atmosphere JEWELERS
Sis. S. Dan.els, reporter the morning and eve lng worhip. rut you In the sigh t frame. 1188 N.W. 3rd Avenue
You are more than ,welcome to The Lord's Supper will) be Every nlte. Phone FR 4.1522 r
come out and Join Jn with us in administered both morning and SATELLITE: LOUNGE
our services, beginning with evening worship. We are pray. 6223 NW 7th Ave 1.. ..
School of Wisdom at 10 a.m. tng fod our sick and shut-ins.
through the night services which
we know you will enjoy. Come

Jtts lift up the name of the Ritz Starts Friday May 4th
Lord.
The doors hang on the
hinges of welcome for all, liRE: IE THEATRE

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JERRY W. CARTER Regular 15c Size Academy Awr* oi AWARDS

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Ir' Commissioner Jerry W. Carter ROYAL CROWl.

has.given generously, of \lid time -
and influence, 'as'. an:'. elected .
,''I)ub 1.C: :official: bf.:tn'Statftj.oPloridai /' E

.. :.tcKbeneflt; 'tht.peoplK ; ,

.' ,U on' th.. reouut. : of.* the late "
Mary, Dethune and others, he
planned and counselled with mmm AT.-..' MlJilC Stiff .
State Legislators and officials of N -MIAMI EACH:
A&M College, (now A&M University '.? : h me t uf' -
in establishing a Schoolof tint/ Murray.$1uli ,
Nursing. : >''f C;
He planned and counselled I MIAMI BEACH
with A&M University officiate, l 1 I
also many State and Federal of.
flcials, in providing the modern, I SATURDAY EVENING
" new A&M University Hospital, :
I where training and service will fIor'I l3QrVM. -
benefit many for years to come. ,

J 1MrsM.rtd.d hsssM sa I
:. Vote Jerry W. Carter '- I II
Cat your "Wrfwt pilrlfOOI'II.d for *#. -
Railroad and Public k 'Royal CrowII \ :: a tf;: j'
.. pomade for men .'.. RopI go al ; I L 1HE MIAMI
t' Utilities Commission Hair Drisslm for WOIMI...at dreg,,
food, vtritty and pnmI atom! I Tropical Home Furnisher

Group TNI.erm MOO rwi uwm.,.1...'. Soil
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CHURCHES OF Miss Alexander ST. PAUL A.M.E. ,CHURCH' L"' THE ISATURDAY MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA..i";' i I

GOD 'IN CHRIST k Rev E. J. Fayeon;factor MAY 5, 1062 PAEI79''
Returns From
.. I 1 .Mrs. .Lee Gray,, nporterStW '

END 41ST Baha'i Meet, r P\, '>"" SW:' J7tfc,St., r 'oVDENCt| M. B. j

CONVOCATIONThe ? :The men pf St. Paul celebrated Contest Winner ( 1\.,. c r. Buraey, 'tfakor e

Miss Olive AlexandevBtScu- their annual Men Pay Sunday Claudia Wlson reporter f
Churches of God laChr.st tlve director of JES A, haa Just !The rety fine support that was Bapti.m services will be hold .
: Western Florida has clos. returned from Wllmette( Illinois, : Sunday. All candidates are asktd'to
given them is evidence: of fc dad
where she participated in Sunday
Jibe 10:30
ed what la believed to be the be present at
most, successful Holy Convoca. 54th annual National Baha'l Con.vention of success\ spiritual and financial I morning. Baptism service will r
as a delegate. he reported R v.: Foster of 'Antioch Baptist 11 .
tion in the history of the church : take place In our regular a.m.
1n Florida. that the major victoriesof Church delivered the ttornlngmessage. I ervles. Friends and rlsitor art
the Baha'i ten year spiritual Jlte touching message welcome to be witnesses to the '
The Rt. Rev. Wales R. Nee. crusade, started In 1963;were. Inspired' the entire congregation. services \
bitt Sr., presiding prelate of the in Africa and among the Indigenous ;
the Clifford Matthews, an Instruc.
churchentered convocation
perod: by dedicating "The and peoples South America.in North, Central"Attica' I|o| at North Dade High School, BAHA'I ASSEMBLY: 1

Palms of Jacksonville" building leads all the other continent In Upokte" for the evening) aerv1ee.I George Saritt. chairman of the .
and grounds: known to Flor. the Bth services were well ,attend.edf Mlimi Will
establishment of Baha'r Cen. I Baha'l Assembly of :
ridians and fun lovers of the K4v. Crowell is still tick lathe
IS?
ters Baha'l
with a total of 1,850. The speak at the Center :
South as the Two ,Spot NightClUb United States Is second with I : Hospital, Please. visit him NW 11th Ave.. 8p.m.. Sunday it
and, .all' the' other shut-ins.
for religious purposes on 1,600." she stated. The steady and worship'with Come May 6. His subject will be "The t
Palm Sunday night consolidation and rapid expan us Sunday. Search For Truth." The public
Bishop Nesbitt then declared a sion taking place in Africa has T' Is cordially Invited to attend.
three day and night Convocationand brought the number of followersof Phone Miss Ida Solomon, secretary '

feast period in the building.April the. Faith" 1 there to 30,000. a MT. CARMEL M. BAPTIST for further. information _. ___
16 through April, 18 ter, gain of'e,1m.o.st. 10000'in; ( 0 n e -"--
urinating with Holy Communion( ',' year. More than 600 local Sprl- Rev. D. A, Bradley, pastor the baby contest suansoxed .by
being a Bishop tual Assmblie (administrative. Mrs. Christine Cherry reporterWe Trlnlty CM.Cbnrtti.. 411 ,TSVt'
and the ministers of the bodies) establishedthroughout 14, 14 .
are now would like to thank the 5th ave., Attll : .
church. the length and Shelia, wSTwa apoiworMtIVMrs.
Rev Dr.
Yaeger for
such
splen.
The re-decorated building of breadth of the continent and its did and timely message. Special -_...-...-- ----- E. T. Brown, wife of the
former worldly activities housed neighboring islands, a total far thanks and appreciation to our Little Sheila Cummings Mo. pastor reported la total of
exceeding that of other i I3S8.1 to capture the first prize
more than 1,000 worshippers any ma. benefit club for that beautifultea
during the April 16 to 25 re- Jor area in the Dahal World with and fashionette show. Tues. hone, granddaughter of Mrs. She and her sponsor wish to
lglous: assembly.tAttending 327 African tribes now repre. day night prayer meeting Re. Coda Mahone of 1412 NW Btfc thank all who helped her to win
the convocationfrom tented in the Baha'i community." member the sick and shut-in court, who was the winner ofi the top prise

this area as registered Miss Alexander also revealed I
delegates were: Fort Lauder. that well over 18.000 new be.
dale, Clarence Vaughn, Mrs Ber I lievershav' come: .into the Faith PEOPLE' ARE
tha Vaughn, Mrs Rosa Lee intfJndijM land\ Uat creat galas REELECTMrs.
Roberts, Mrs. B. M, Linton, had been mad$) 'Jnollg. the In TIRED
Johnnie Linton, Mrs. Pearl dian'pil| $Mr4ftMEVjlu and Chile, OF l ..
Vaughn Mrs. Maggie Lee Don. bringing the total of Indian PROMISESLET'S HELENE VOSLOH
aldson; Danla: Raymond Walk. tribe represented In the Faithto .
er, Lydia Ann Walker, Mary 62,
Lou Mobley, Mary Alice John. SCHOOL BOARD DIST. 2

eon, Mother R.' Roe and Elder ELECT (A County Wide Election)
TEMPLE BAPTIST
Bryan and Mrs. I. Inman of Ft.

Lauderdale Mrs. Estella Jack. Rev. L. A. Thompson pastor u.ypni; mew
eon, Mrs. P. Ward, MM. D. V. I The Ministers and Deacons'
Howard and Mrs. L. M, Tracy
Union of Atlantic Coast Baptist
HELPED SECURE 106
were registered delegates' from Association held its quarterly

the Hallandale area.Mother's meeting: last weekend at Temple.The NEW SCHOOLS AND JR.
opening\ program Thursday
evening? with Miss Edwina COLLEGE DURING LAST
Day atSalter's Lord as mistress of ceremonies ,
was a delightful affair. Melodious 8 YEARS
ChapelThere selections were rendered by
the choirs of New Bethel, Mt. APt
Olivette and the host church. ,
will be
a special pro.
"ijr. gram,,and Tea at 'Sailer's Chapel : '. The setfeiojis, especially on MY41P'ROMISEr'' : :
t-* AMB':-tlniron f Mothert Day Sunday '.Bandar, were well attended. 4J .
May 13 from 4 p.m. until Challenging messages were ,de- --- '
< pm. A fabulous ,program has livered by the: .R.v. Joseph Promise l to,work..for1!'_continued? J improvement ,in.,our '",
..' been' planned especially :for 'your.. Smith of St. Mark's; ReV.. "E. J,. school ;;,careful I, .useoi lax dollaraalat1; a..(or::era--?;.' .it ;
> entertainment featuring the Clark of Central, ,West *Hollywood ployees commensurate, with responsibilities; retain
Remalkabje Ruben Mitchell as accompanied by his choir
JACK R. MILLERA
our guest artist along with President II. W, Moss of N e w Bible reading in the schools per Florida law; and to

many other talented artists. Mt. Zion, Homestead, accompan.led stress Americanism in our system. :
We're hoping that all husbandsand by his choir, and Rev. Ernest man of action whose Named outstanding Woman of 1961 in Education by;
will their William of New Bethel, also
sons escort moth.
ers and wives out to enjoy this! accompanied by his choir. record speaks for itself Miami News listed in Marquis Who's Who Of
feast as it has been planned es. Candidates will be baptized American Women and immediate Past President
pecially for them. his Sunday during the 11 a.m. of Florida School Board Association. Honorary ,member
This tea is sponsored In the service, and the Lord's Supper CONST AnLEDISTRICT
interest of our forth coming will be administered both morn. of Alpha Delta Kappa Professional TeaohertiSororuty.
Men'a Day drive by group 17 Ing and evening. Spend the day 1 .
captain Johnnie M. Mosley. at Temple. ENDORSED BY THE MIAMI HERALDPaid

Please attend try and find it possibleto On Tuesday, May 8 ( Political Adv.)

NEW BETHEL BAPTIST
Endorsed by 17,000 voters
1571 N. W. 6th Terr.
Wei-'Groom Rev. Ernest Williams pastor in the 1960 primary election '"

Hair: ?Dresssing- Cap the Deacon The music No.Fred on 1 Sunday.choir Williams will There reporter rendet will PULL LEVER 46.B I HEN DR I E stands for:

be baptism Slater Oreen Is ask. Pd. PolAdv.. e Perpetuating and J"' < fng the prayers of the church (,ooIj oiling the American way, of >
for Bro. Green and to visit him. life. :;
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Elect tonally able and handicap.ped .' .,
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children
P e Adetpiata ..1arI for all,

School peifonHMJl. .
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,,j.., straightener or pressing 4,
oil. Then tie this,Wei-Groom Pull Lever 32-A
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Hair Pressing Cap on your DISTRICT 2 )

head. Fits like a. glove.Does (COUNTY WIDE ELECTION) \

wonders to keep your hair In The Primary Election ofTUESDAYMAY JIM HENDRIE has been engaged in business In

well groomed. For men and (Northwest Dade for more than 15 ,.ara. His familiarity .

women. Sold at your local 8 ; with the problems educational, fiscal and prore.awlse

drug store or variety.,store.If are thorough. HU election is your suretyof
not available send'! $1.00 ( ENDORSED BY THE FOLLOWING a adequate intelligent rtpresentation.

tot PROMINENT PEOPLE Jim Hendrie I* an Edison and Tech High graduate .

and holds a Bachelor of Science degree from

Palmetto SalesP.O. Robert King High Charles A. HadleyDr. University of Florida. He U a family man with two .

Norland ., I. P. Davit Dr. Charles H. WilliamsFr. children.'I

Box Branch 3067 Theodore R. Gibson Kenneth Williams ENDORSED BY THE MIAMI HERALD '

Miami 69, Fla. Rev. Edward T. Graham Zeke Brady (Paid Political Adv.) w \

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Kelly and Camilla Seymourcon. SEE THE WORLD'S
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA NHS CHOIR TO Bos-
-- traltos; Willie llutchlnjson GREAT SPIRITUALAND
I well Roberts and Clarence PSYCHIC. READER
MAY 5 1962 PERFORM
SATURDAY ,
PAGE 10 Woods, tenors; and Anthony
REQUIEM MASS Johnson, Milton Wright, Tyrone BISHOP HUNTER
vJ,* Seymour and Kenneth Johnson,
NAACP Membership baaes. If are sick or worried don't
yon
choir
PUN PHUN Dinner May 10 II I of The the Northwestern 160-volce concert Senior High As an added' feature the ohor. fall to see me today. Office hours
Schol l, under the direction of us of the Brownsville Jr. High dally 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Thursday
By PHIL OSSOPKltDid The 1962 Membership Drive Arthur L. Evans, will prerentthe School, under the direction of 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m.
M I- Klck-otf dinner of the M.'aml: Requiem Mass by Mozart as Roscoe Speed, will render varied to 3 p.m.
you hear about the railroad branch of the NAACP will be its featured work on its fifth and popular selections. READINGS
eng.neer who was late arriving The membership committee of annual Spring Concert
at his destination because the branch, Mrs. Marian Mul. : The concert will be held In 91.00 '
he stopped to help his wife with drow, chairman, has announcedthat the school auditorium Wednesday up
the laundry? He had a good excuse dinner will start being evening, May 9, at 8 p.m. TEEN AGE HOP
there was a wash lut served at 7 p.m. at Ebenezer The archestra for this work la B417 SW 17 St.
on the line. Methodist Church, 1041 NW 3rd composed of'leading local music Liberty Theatre
I You can't blame engneers for aver The donation will be $2.50 'fans with Mru. Berthenta Whiteat WESTHOLLYWOOD
!and the 'public 'a invited to joinn the
doing crazy things. After all, organ.
they have locomotives.I an evening of good food andi The soloists are Aurora Grit- Every Friday Night
urged my wife-to-be, who fine program. I fin. Alice Day, Dianne Reed, no.pranos .
worked for a railroad, to give All those who have tickets to ; Shirley Vail Janice Dancing Entertainment FLA. PROF. HUNTKIlOF
up her railroad ties for tamily sell are asked to report to the I --
NAACP office, 809 NW 3rd
ties. After 28 years, I'm convinced ave.
I was on the right track, at 8 p.m. Monday night, May
even though she gets steamed up J to check In their tickets. I
and rails at some of my actions.
Can't blame her. During those GRAND OPENING
years ,1 ,should:: have Improved, Legion to Sponsor
w, th all the train.ing she gave
I Anniversary DanceThe
me.After these years I ,ntlll love American Legion William
my ex-railroad wife In all that Henry Bethel Post No. 281 (and
time I haven't been dis-track. auxiliary) of Richmond Heightswill i THE NEGRO AND :,
ted by any other woman. sponsor a dance on their
Our older daughter, followingin 12th anniversary at the Youth ,
her mother's tracks, I Ls alsoin enter on May 26 at 9 p.m. I'I ;,
transportation. She is an air. The public is cordially Invitedto .
1'ne stewardess. You might say join us In this gala affair.
ehe has risen above her environ. Tome and have some fun. Ad. ) BATTLE
THE
ment. .nteslon free.BARRY. ,

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EASY TERMS WEEKLY The Great Offer
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EASY TERMS Rent Reduced ARMAGEDDONe '
Free estimates if ,
.1 brought 1-bedroom apt. only $12
'I i in
For home service 2-bedroom apt. only $14

2636' Call N.W.696.3581 62nd St. 3200 NW 47th St. Will The Black, or Red

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Lincoln Fields Apartments Race, Rule the World?


'2045 N.W. 62nd Street IS THE GRAND OPENING MESSAGE TO THE CITIZENS OF MIAMI;

I I I FLA., ON WHAT BIBLE PROPHECY HAS PREDICTED' FOR THESE
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1 MODERN DAYS.
Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments ATTHE

h Offering Many Features

Refrigerator gai stove Tile bathroom "' BIG

Venetian Blinds Newly painted

Laundry Rooms ,
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Auto hot water heater Washing Machines. '
Filtered water Free Parking I 7;,_ GOSPEL TENT

Free Garbage Disposal

CARETAKERS ON PREMISES \ '2nd Ct. & 17th St.

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Weekly Rates a (Off 3rd Ave., Downtown Miami)
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$14 -1 bedroom $18 2 bedroom apt. A -

Renting Office open every day Phone OX 1.8862

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$; Sunday Night

Bobby Marshall does it again 1

EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHTAT ke '

THE May 6,1962

LIBERTY THEATREANOTHER L
7:30 p.m.


: SPECIAL FEATURES
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,., ..... ,J.(> E. C. WARD, Speaker Any Bible question answered
.1,' ....-.---.... '! :.J1 .. 1 Trained staff of 70 persons to serve you

I ", CASH PRIZES ..,;# \ Free gifts every nite Free Admission
': TO WINNERS ;'flit\1i1J\ Pictures on the screen every nite

t Every Contestant. \" :ttl.; Ii. The best in gospel singing Free Bibles given away each nits
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t .r<
Gets a Prize \ y; ,. Big Headline Subjects, May 7-11, 1962. 7:30 p.m.

j I forget Bobby S ",fJ 4!SDon't :, u MON Who made the Devil and why doesn't God destroy him?
is at the bV! TUES Four ways you'll know your friends in Heaven, ant) will any
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9t1'v Negroes be there?
MODERN \f(
I' .. WED: The fish that caught a man. Who was he?
:' THEATRE THURS: Dry Bones in The Valley. Are there any in Miami?
1I 1\ FRI Who' was the man that lived 4,000 year' before his mother?

I Every Thursday ', REMEMBER -

wlth'his Amateur Showy BIBLE PROPHECY KNOWS THE ANSWERS:

..' featuring i IT DOES NOT GUESS!

James Williams Ministers: Calvin Robinson, C. B. Hock

f' an'd'. 'the Twisters Bible Instructors O.: M. Harris, A. Palmer, W. P. Pearson
;' YA'LL COME I BOBBY
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'' ''' THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA Loan institution He resigned

i I this position to accept the challenge .

ALONG nmm I ROADDy jN- SATURDAY MAY 5, 1962 PAGE. 11 ment offer which this present assign

"I am very pleased to get this


'*" #" ..,.#" ....." "RUTH" #"FERRY" ,.##,,,..,.,.,.- -a_ Franklin! Federal Savings And opportunity First I am a for family several man reasons And to
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1 W>ti ?I serve In my: city gives me more
the Primaries tend pavements, sewerage, lights
As May rapidly
and garbake collection Loan Names time with iny family Second, I
into all
approach, I have been thinking Manager
like the challenge which goes
sectons of town
your thus
a great deal about the casting of gr-
with establishments. To helpit
ballots not only here In Flor. lag you better protection of life July. ; new
and health. Your vote elect grow, and to grow with It give
da but all over the United can
- responsible and qualified Mr. Prather comes to the com. one a feeling of accomplishment;
I have also been think. mem.
States. bers of school mlttee exceedingly well quail of having achieved; and of bay
your board who
!ing about the meaning of the
will see to it that all children fled having been employed with ing met a much needed demand.
phrase, "the responsibility and regardless of I the Miami Beach Savings aid Finally: working in the Negro !
race, color
of citizen or re. I
an
privilege American
Hgion, will have the best edu. JV vy Loan Association as a mortgage community will do. something
casting his ballot at voting cation possible Teller. Later, '!he went to the for me. I pledge now a joyful
and all the
time. portunitles available for this op. Citizens Federal in Hlaleah, and experience for evedyone," Ls the

THE BALLOT ITS education, without setting up became head teller In that institution. sentiment made yesterday: by:
PRIVILEGE AND arbitrary standards that onlyserve His proven ability moved Mr. Prather.
to foster him up to assistant manager in
RESPONSIBILITYSome ? prejudice, discrim the Palm Springs branch. lie Is a Floridian by adoption;
times in the heat of political nation and bigotry. Mr. Prathers enrichment in a veteran of the armed fortes

campaigns, or the inconvenience Your vote can help to open this kind of experience came by service; a staff sergeant by:
we might suffer still farther public parks and when he was invited by: the Fed. promotion; a bank manager by:
getting out to vote on a rainy other recreational facilities eral Home Loan Bank Board it. selection, a family: man by:
day, or trying to remember what to you and your children so you self to join their staff as a field choice. His two children are
each candidate .stands for, :we can enjoy your leisure time as examiner. This experelence gave Laura Elaine 4; and, Charles
are likely to overlook the basic, do other tax-paying c1tID D.a. him an opportunity to learn all Marshall 2 years old. His wife
elemental fact concerning one of Your vote can help to get bet of the aspects in the administration Is the former Marcia Jane Byrd
our most cherished and funda. ter housing, better living con. of a Federal Savings and of Miami.
mental rights. We would surely ditlons, better renting and buy r
know that we had lost If we Ing opportunities for your
could not vote In free elections, I' homes. In other words, your t

but sometimes in the security of vote ils tremendously important .." "",, '," ,,, ,._ ..._..... -,'-
our freedom we become lax and but it Is only a potential. Your !

apathetic about exercising this vote must be cast in the voting Opens in June KPREScEN1EoY1
right. booth to become fully alive. I AC %

Now, what to d,) about this OUR VOTES CAN BE LOST The committee to organize a
precious right of ours? One thing Apathy and intertla exist Franklin Federal Savings and

is certain if we want to havea among many potential voters in Loan institution has, this week, PROGAMAGMUT1C '
say about how we are treatedas the United State*. This condition announced that Charles D. Pra-
citizens we must register and 1J not primarily one of ther has been selected as the ,
will race, color or creed. Unfortunately manager of the new association
vote, because public officers
not pay much attention to us many American citizens which is scheduled to be opened \ \-\\ITES.uii /
if we don't vote. But local, just won't take the time or the sometime during the end of Juneor
state and federal governmentslisten Inconvenience or the rebuffs encountered sometime during the first of
sometimes in the pro. I
to voter.
cess of regj/sterhig/ and votdng.

WHAT CAN OUR VOTES DOTA Many things still exist In certain FOR SALE
sections of our country to
vote can do many things.
Along with their votes, It can plague and harass! people wlahng PULL
to exercise their ballot And "
elect governers, o-eprasentatlvjoe $13.50 MonthlyFREE '
to the state legislature, the ma. many times it requires more
nerve than Inconvenience to getone' < LEVER
yor, justices of the peace, our DELIVERY :
judges, sheriffs and constables. name on the voting list.
Jut these time are becoming 3 ROOMS NEW M
Your vote could mean the dif-
fewer and fewer, except for ecat. 7- &
leience in the passage of laws to
tered Instances In a few parts of FURNITUREComplete
protect your rights or the lack
Borne Southern State.
j of your vote could mean a 1 a w
However, we must remember with accessories
against interests. Your vote ,j
| your
Always that U have faith in more-Jobs
we better salaries and
It elect a sheriff who will urlp bnng
can 1 1'I
democracy and in ourselves
i-give the equal protection Allied Hotel Supply '
you and hope for a better way of to North Dado through now space Industry
: under the law guaranteed by the
',i Constitution, or the absence of life the exercise of our ballot 1334 NW 54th ST.
will some day make It possible
vote could mean a sheriff
,your
for all of us to wake up each
,j who will participate In or over morning, knowing we can live Don't be a Freeloaderl 1 r ra
killings In
look brutality or
'cold blood, as has happened too through the day wlthout'Tear of. Support the Eight for
discrimination or persecution because
often in some section of the
of our race, color or Freedom
South in the past.
creed. Let each one of us pledge, .
Your vote can elect council.' then, to take our right to rote "join You: NAACP. : r- ::= I
[wen or commissioners of your seriously, for by doing so we are ..
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[.local mundpalty who could ex perpetuating freedom -


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Mr. Ray B. Bradley, .I"

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Dear Rays
FOR

Thank you for your letter advising He that you

have decided to offer yourself for publio office as a

Circuit Court JudgeHonor ,. candidate for Constable in District Mo. 2. "'I.i .

;,': I an very pleased to know that, you are so civic
minded. The need always exists in every community for
Public Service -
Dedicated
dedicated, zealous law enforcement.


0 Asst. State Attorney 1956-1962 Capital As your neighbor for over twelve years, I know

Crimes Division well your good work with the FIs garni Civic Associationand

your, untiring work in constructive'civic endeavors.
0 Chief of Capital Crimes Division t

I am satisfied that if you are elected to this
0 Twelve years Anal and Courtroom Experience important post that you will bring to bear your experience,

0 Recipient of "Good Government Award as Outstanding and that, you will give to the people of this District the '
kind of strict law enforcement they are entitled to and 'i
Public Official in Dade County for 1961 deaand.


0 District Chairman of Kiwanis Marianna Plan Very trul y e

0 1st Vice President North Miami Beach ,Kiwanis i 6

A. I .a .R ,. ,
0 Past-President of M. B. Junior Chamber of t 'f, -

,",' RXKiaiOTSi) --! bent lUag Bigb
Commerce ,"" ',',

0 World War II infantry veteran, earning 3 battle

stars and purple heart. tar s asU.ritia Bed smert .* .* **..u..7 If
for the .".... ef Catsuits I* District 1 ,wiltI ,
He Has Earned Promotion "'f be .". ........ K ;
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and two brothers-in-law. Local

MIAMI FLORIDA IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMLEST funeral services will be held Saturday .
TIMES
THE MIAMI :
FORGETIn May :5, 3:30: p.m., at GreaterBethel
SATURDAY MAY 5 1962 In Memory of Our Dear YE Mother AME Church, Rev. S. A.
PAGE 12 Loving SisterETHERLENE Memory of Our .. Cousins, Pastor, officiating. Mr.
"" sent to At.
I Sharpe will then be
lanta. Georgia on Saturday night
for final rites and burial.

CARDS '- MEMORIALS JUDY ANN LEWIS HILL, 'of113Vi

rm N.W. 1st Ct, died May 1 at

Rk' s YPxf Jackson Memorial Hospital. She
is survived by her mother, Helen! ;
IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn ,: her grandfather, N. L. Lewis;' a
I sister Diane; a brother, Lawrence,..
The Family of the Late j Loving Memory of Our :- Jr.; three' aunts, Mrs., Lenora 'Braden -
Dear Mother Dola and Mrs.
ass I Mrs. ,Pugh,
.... Ellen Dolomon; an uncle, Sullivan
It.
rt Pu h. Remains will be sent to

t. Columbus, Georgia Friday night
for final rites ;and burial. MiSs
A rPI Hill will be in' ,repose at Range

Funeral Home ,after:, 12 noon 'lo.
day.

,.id LARRY MASON, the son of Mr.
I /J .,( ;' lJ' : :and Mrs. Robert Mason, of 1281
N.W. 61st St. 3 died May 1
Apt. ,
} .W/ < ,.J' )
j. lIJ.. ::1''; Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Graveside" services will be held
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: JJ''yJ MRS. JESSICA SAWYER Albert
e At MORLEYBULLARD Who departed this life May 3, 1960 .

y. Life sweet life, so soon to pass, HERMAN\ SHAW, of 3456 Grand
9 tZ 1 lti ;Pn 4i; who departed this life As we are so was she, as she is so Ave., Coconut Grove, died in Jack.

April 23, 1943 shall we be, son Memorial Hospital April 23.
r The dearest idol I have known, May she rest in peace and light Arrangements are incomplete.MRS. .
: :, Whate'er that idol be, perpetual shine upon her.
MARIAH\ BROWN expiredat
to tear it from they
A w. ,; Help throne me, MRS. EUNICE CURRY and home, 709 N.W. 65th St., April

,., And worship only thee. MRS. ROSA DEMERRITT, 20. Survivors include four sons
iI"A'" ..---- Daughters; .T8'' Rev. J. E. Brown, Deacon J. D.,
MR. JAMES BLOWE j VIRGINIA MORLEY NEWBOLD, CAPT. ROBERTrtSAWYER, Benjamin and Rev. W. L. Brownof

take this method of thanking their, I Sister; Son'MERL4: irt vM't Columbus, Georgia; three daughters
friends for their kindness ROOSEVELT MORLEY, Brother MRS. : SAWYER;* Mesdames Ophelia Smith,
many Daughter-in-Law. Athia May and PearHie Simon.
shown during their recent periodof
Thanks for your S .,.}Y IN MEMORIAMIn Services were conducted Wednesday -
bereavement _...., .
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cards, telegrams, flowers, letters; IN MEMORIAM 2 p.m., at New Hope Baptist
IRENE NEWMAN of Our
MRS.
and all kind of gestures and Loving Memory Church with burial in Lincoln.
visits
Thanks to the officersand who departed this life May 7, 1958 Beloved MotherS In loving memory of,

sympathy.members of Progressive Chap- Four years have passed, mother u .... ,_, ... .. ,__ REV, JOSEPH E. RAIIMING, of '
I "" .i" ,..0,' ; 2970 N.W. 50th St.
t'IO> > : was funeralized
S $
ter No. 29-A, O.E.S, for the food 'ear, since God has called you I :.! 'i'. ..,,,f': > > .. "; Tuesday, 1:30: p.m., at the Church
to :
thanks ,4'
heaven.
with him in "
they served. Special tome' to be ,. :: > "','. ''f''I'lot
of God N.W. 19th St. and 2nd Ct
,, .
the Range Funeral Home and the Ve often sit and think of you ", /
.
Rev Samuel L. Gay for their won ,vhen we're alone, for memory is I. -" '" ::.. Elder J. II. Woodside, Pastor. Surviving
his widow, four -
are daughters
derful service, and a special thanks ho only thing that grief can calla '
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to the Rev. E. Ft Webbs, Pastor of own. four sons,' one sister. and two
brothers.
Church, ,
Monumental Baptist i s
the life is beautiful me- I ,
Your a
J Uiy, N. J., for his kindness 3 e ,MRS PURY ARLINE expired in
.rst.Y
absence a silent grief t,,
oi ;
,
bless each nory your v
., God ,
J*a wiay in Jackson Memorial April 26. Sha
on peace.
,; deep Sadly missed by your children: 14 survived by two sons, including
.u.THE FAMILY: y Willie Tucker with whom she livedat
Viola Hill, Miami, Fla., HAZEL C. SANDERS and 16501 N.W. 24th Ave., Opa-locka,
Sophia Ingraham, Jersey FRANK NEWMAN. and Jimmie Arline; three daughters

-' City N. J., Sisters; Mesdames Johnnie Finder,
A Johnson East Orange, CARD OF THANKS
7 Cora yf Valene Horn and Effie >McBur-
N. J.* roughs; and one brother. She" was
of the Late
The
: Esie'iu'iJrdwn, New York Family; sent to. St !Augustine, Florida

I. 'City, New York' ; ,.. April 28 for final rites,
BrotherIn'Law
Mr. L. K. Hill; ,
.
MRS.. LULA BARRETT, of 2055
J N.W. 162nd St., Opa-locka, died in
4 IN MEMORIAMIn H ;; Jackson Florida. She was sent to
: : Madison; April 28 for ser
Sad but Loving Memory of \ ; vices and burial. Her survivors
Our Dear Wife, Mother, iSA' ,-H.tIjI" are two sons, Brady and Willie
Sister and GrandmotherMRS. : James; one daughter, Mrs. Ruth

MATILDA RUSSELLwho .f P9, ANNIE BELL THOMPSON LEWIS, L. CHIPMAN Marie Washington; two sisters, one
passed on May 8, 1949 who departed this life May 7, 1961 brother and eight Fr ridchildren.
in and may in Gainesville, Florida who departed this life April 28,
May she rest peace ROBERT BRYANT, of 132 N.W,
light perpetual shine upon her. You are gone but not forgotten. 1961.\ 11th Ter., died. Funeral services

CLEVELAND RUSSELL, Sleep on and rest in peace; we tfo was a kind gentleman witha will be conducted Saturday, 4:30:
love dear mother but God
you him p.m., in the Chapel, Rev. F, L.,
; sweet spirit. We all loved
MA\miAdCLARK\ Daughter; loves you best. You will always but Jesus loves him best. Smith; officiating. He leaves two
CHARLES C. RUSSELL, Son; remain in our hearts. brothers and four sisters. lie will'

LOUIS and CYRIL FISHER, MRS. CLAUDIA I. JASPER, We extend special thanks to all bo on view in the Chapel from Fri..

Brothers; Daughter; our friends who have stayed byuq day afternoon..
DOllA Sister; GEORGE JASPER, Son-in- in this great bereavement
DOROTHY ALEXANDER, Law; May God bless you all. MRS. MILDRED MATIIIS, who re,
Granddaughter; LAWRENCE THOMPSON, sided at 17491 S.W. 102nd Ave.
VERA ANDERSON, ,f:': Son; Henrietta Chipman, wife Perrine. and who died in Kendallfospital
),,' April 27,' will be funeral-
Granddaughter. '" JAMES C. BURROUGHS, ,
'"tt./,: Grandson; ized Saturday at 2 p.m. at Mt..

IN MEMORIAMIn l"!.....,..:I,;.-.+' PATRICIA ANNBURROUGHS Sinai Baptist Church, Perrine Rev..
'Great- DEA THS J. E. Murray, Pastor., Surviving;
Loving Memory of Our MRS. MARY ARMBRISTER I Granddaughter. are husband, Mr. Lake Mathis; one
Mother and Grandmother who passed away on April 8 and I son, five daughters, three sisters,,
MRS. TILLIE DUNCOMBB was laid to rest April 14, 1962, IN MEMORIAMIn four brothers and mother, Mrs;;
BURNS takes this method of expressing Viola Woods. She will lie in repose
who entered into eternal rest on thanks and appreciation to the Loving Memory of Our Mange a In the Chapel from 4 p.m.

May 3, 1961 many friends, who were so kind, Husband, Son and Father MISS VIRGINIA MAE THURS- Friday and in the church from (tta.m. ;
We shall always remember her during its hours of bereavement. I TON formerly of 3095 N.W. 43rd Saturday.

kindness and sweetness Thanks for your flowers, cards, S.. Miami, died April 16 in New
MRS. VICTORIA HANNA, letters, ''telegrams, cars, donations York City. She is survived by her ANTHONY EUGENE ROLLE a
Daughter' and all other kind gestures of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R drowning victim. April 27, lived at
MR GEORGE BURNS, Son; sympathy., Thurston; six sisters, and four 2501 N.W. 158th St., Opa-locka,
and was a student at North Dade
KNOWLES, Son; brothers. Funeral services
Mil J. B. were
CLARK.Granddaughteri. Special thanks to the neighborsof High School. Beside his parents
held Church of
MILDRED Thursday, 1
,
MRS p.m.
N.W. 2nd Ave:, Antlers TempleNo. is
Milton
: 39 Daughter Elks, Pallbearers w God, 2nd Ct.,,,Rev. J. H. Woodside, survived by one .'
HANNA, one brother, sis
EDW Aim officiating. Interment in Ever
MR. Lodge No. 2, the Heroines of Jericho J was ter, both grandmothers and several
Grandson WILLIAMHOWELL; Dr., Kenneth Johnson, ill L. green Memorial Cemetery. aunts and uncles. Services will beheld

MASTER Grandson; Adams Boulevard' Cleaners, In MRS. AQUILLA JONES, of 11875 Saturday at 2 p.m. at Mt.
SHARON, STEVEN, DAVID dustrial Life Insurance Company, S.W. 222nd St., Goulds, died April Herman AME Church, Rev. S. L
and KEVEN, GreatGrandchildren Mar-Tan Vending, Jack's Market, 30 at Kendall Hospital. She is Gay, Pastor. lie will lie in repose -
St Mary's W. M. Church and its survived by her husband, Mr. in the Opa-locka Chapel from
Pastor Rev. H. V. Stuart, and the Isaac Henry Jones; six sisters, 10 a.m. Friday.
THANKS Rev. E. A. Culmer. Again, thanksto Mesdames Eunice Johnson, Doris
CARD OF everyone for everything. Higgins, Willie Sue Ziegler, Annie MRS. JOHNNIE MAE GARNER,
Late TilE FAMILY. Ruth Smith of 2020 N.W. 3rd Ave., died in
The Family of the Major, Zella B. and .
I' ( MRS LETITIA GIBSON Cora Higgs; three brothers, Robert Jackson: Memorial April 27. Surviving
< who departed this life March 16 CARD OF THANKSThe I Johnny and Rogers Martin. are husband, Rudolph; one
I to thank, the many friends Funeral services will be held Monday daughter, three brothersl three sisters -
):i_ wishes neighbors 'for their numerous Family of the Late May 7, 1:30: p.m., New Bethel an aunt : e. Chapel
and
,Ii1 MRS. LARLIE GUY services will be conducted Satur.
and deedsof AME Church, Rev. Dixon officiat
;: expressions of sympathy their hour .of wishes to express its sincere thanks ing.\ Interment will be in Para day, 11 am.. Rev. 'F. L. Smith officlatlng. .
kindness during Thanks to aU ,who and appreciation to the many r disc Memorial Cemetery. She will be on view,, in
bereavement. cards and donated friends, neighbors, and relatives ... the Chapel l from Friday afternoon.
sent flowers, ,thanks to the for kind gestures of sympathy PERCY J. SIIARPE, Sr., of 794 '
their cars. Special shown during its hours of bereave OSCAR RANGE N.W. 47th St., well-known Miami. COURTING?
Dade County Morticians. A very- ment. Thanks for the many cards an, was dead upon arrival at Jackson Our place U the Ideal spot for
S whose
E. passing: occurred
Father on Dot
special thanks to and kindthoughts. lovers to meet. Mop and
telegrams Memorial 30.
flowers, Hospital April
E. May 4, 1960
'U. .
Clarke, Jr., Vicar and Rev. thanks to Rev. lie is Dudley' musk make what yon.aay
church of the Special ""May his soul rest in peace"M. survived by his wife, Mrs. this
S. Reeves of the of Ebenezer Eva J. mean more. Come see
i A. D. Hall pastor Sharpe; a son, Percy, Jr.:
Incarnation. Thanks to the organist Methodist Church, and Choirs No. ATHALIE RANGE, Widow; a daughter Mrs Hazel Perry of phenomenal pair let n mn aleal
Mrs. Julie Clarke MayGod's 1 and 2. Also to the Range Funeral BESSIE McCLEARYMother;; Mobile, Alabama; two brothers Ed mood that's "out of this world"Every
blessings abide with aU. Hom Thanks to everyone MYRNA, PATRICK, OSCAR and William of Cleveland, Ohio; nits!

FENDERSON, for and GARY RANGE, three nieces,. two SATELLITE LOUNGE
MRS.Daughter MARY, and FAMILY. evel''th1Dz.TilE FAMILY Children. grandchildren, five sisters-in-law, 622p NW 7Ui Aver





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State
program of the Interracial Math
FOR RENT EXTRA LARGE furnished front ens Association will be held
room for nice couple or single Wftdnesday, May 9 at 6:30: p.m. RepresentativeVote
HOUSE, bedroom, :2-bath, $25 man. 1831 N.W 49th St Ph: at Ebenezer Methodist Church,
weekly Also 1-bedroom apta 633-8740. NW"'llth, St. and 3rd ave. The
Suitable) for rooming house. Adults
public is invited. I
only., 137 N.W. 28th St. Phones: 4200 N.W. 11th AVENUE. Drive For ya '
Day FR 72108. Eves m 9-3630. by, then call me; very large 2bed. ,
May 10 room CBS Florida room, closed 1S
4-DEDnOOM, Duplex Kitchen, garage, a beauty. Total $14,000, FOR SALE 1aA
living room, large hall, hot water $45000 Ben"Kori down Realtor month pays LEE .M
CBS building. ,418 NW. 8th St. all. 2644 N.W. '4300 N.W. llth AVE. ;
62nd St.J Nitea PL 9-5533
Reasonable tent. )Call Cares Rental Days
Agency Fit 4-8393. OX 1-9312. CHOICE 3BEDROOMCBS

1? i! WINDOWS, 2 mull, 3 single An. Corner Lot
:5J-66M APT. h tir te h
derson 5H cord, weights, Near schools and Jackson
$il.60 per *e.Ik'H; CaJl B. WeirdRfiiual glass size 80x3*, Some doors. Memorial. Mixed neighbor Weissenborn ,
45eftcy* *Tfr 7-2902.( 2500. CA 6-3& i.
F tfMSHfcfi eftlcleitet i ,**. Ail hood.
utI! Ids "t!,$clii' ei ii2.Bd tffer A two-bedrodrri honle.
LARGE
week. 620 NW 8th Si. FR l len ei.In center! : of $1,000 Down COUNTY WIDE DEMOCRATrTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTl

7.2902. schools and churcH and b sIQeM. By appointment only
3-ROOM Cottages, water furnish. $350 down, $30 per wk. Cor. N.W. Suit ,
ed. $10 week. 669 NW 8th St. 23rd Ave. and 47th St. Phone Open 1 to S p.m. --
FR NE 5-4940.(
7.2902.E.: PICARD KEY REALTYEM MOVE RIGHT IN-oPEN 1.5 SUNDAY'
Rental Agency TOTAL PRICE $9,000. Approx. $69
Ieftaj .collations; property mo. 3 bedrooms, fence, newly 1.5500
1950 N.W. 47th Street
real estate painted, convenient to everything
569 manaf"ement th St. FR 7.2902 1855 N.W. 48th St. ,

1 ,JJEDIlbojlf "furnished apt. All I! LARGE LOT 79x139. Good buy. Visit the new Lovely CBS home. $500 down No extras, no closing

; NJj utilities.) 4.0SvO.. 0powntown, area.,lndtOPA $18., Victory 388-0281.: Gardens." Goulds," Fla. Call DIXIE BAR costs, no qualifying. Payments less than rent. Also [

LIKE EW And Package Store lovely home and income .
LOCKA area. 1 bedroom, Play pen, carriage, see same area.LEGAL II
bathinettenwalker Msc} baby '
I newly decorated, unfurnished
; $15. Furnished $21, 2 bedroom md lady's clothes. PL 1-3360 eyes, 1454 NW 7th Ave.I'npulnr -0-
unturn. FURN. Efficiency, free uUliUeJi
$18, furn. 2 bedroom Prices
[ 4.0500. indfI for single person near bus and nhvnjsItoiuilo REALTY
stores 1168 N.W.? 51st St. Call I and Ariiiuf, your hosts

I NEWLY Renovated furnished or PL 1-3360 eves. Oxn| dally 7 n.m. to 1 a.nl. PL 8.0290 MU 8-3923
|unfurnished apt. in the
Locka Opa WE HAVE!: 3d HOMES for you to Sunday 1 to 7 pin.
| am near church, school Nights, Sundays, Weekdays
select from- all one mortgage,
land
tins Rental shopping A,center.ncy. NB Call 4.0500.Mick down payments from $300, monthly .... ...

payment 89 per month. ... .
IttAt all 1 federal Housing 4&eas&a&a&3Sg8e&SS&I.! Tii 2"c.i <
,NiCE QUIET PLACE, 1 bedroom Administration financed and ii Working Mothers IN THE BUILDING BUSINESS
Jt. StoV and ref/igerator. 6306 you will check find family income
.W. 15th Ave. Ph. FR 1-9797 plan you will how' easy it Iso
or :
Jfi 4-1880 : qualify. Federal Mortgage Co. Mr. Louisa S. Gillard a
May12
Call Mr. Murray, 5909 N.W. 2nd I Experience & HonestyMEAN
UfftfllL hot titlshed bed Ave., PL 4-2009 dr PL 8-6261. reliable, trained) and compe-
3m.. .apirthient.) 1390 N.W. 54tht. Member, Chamber Of COirinierce.
Adult drily.dm ; tent child leader will take :
NO QUALIFYING anyone tin QUALITY CONSTRUCTION,
"P (JNGi ; #pc A drnlshed buy beautiful CBS, ,tile rodf; $700 Ear of poor children while
with >iif[modern Convenience down included all casts. Federal For the best at the Lowest Price Call
clean quiet place? OX 14864.ZROOMS Mortgage Co. 5909 N.W. 2nd Ave. word.
PL 4-2605 or PL 86261. you ,
[ for nice couples In.,prltVate -
hbt nitala and
home at 16015 N.W. 22nd FOR RENT OR SALE She also serves C. J. TREMBLAY inc.

Ave. $14.00 a week. NA 1-6465. 7-ROOM HOUSE 1909 N.W. 1st lunch in ('clean wholesome I ,
S&BEDROOM apt., utilities furn- Ave. Call FR 44429. foundings. :

led: residential neighborhood I INVESTOR WILL BUY lots and > '".. f I t; Building Miami for 27, Years
\r w
NE 4-3259. homes, regardless of condition, in The rates are only;
FOR FREE ESTIMATES
downtown Miami. Also will
pay
LY houses $18, $20 and $22 cash to heirs for their interest in
child
per.week. Will sell to high class $1.00 per
Call PL
:an estate. Call CA 14833 or JE ;7-9761
people, $50 down balance weekly.
Cm the down 533 N.W. 10th St.
pay payment week' 1.3184.FOR
SALE OR LEASE 185 N.E. 65th Street
,. 1y* NE 5-5566.
I
Apt. 1
.,iI BARBER SHOP and Beauty Shop. .. .
:BEDROOM furnished apt. 7648 5900 N.W,17th Ave. Mayll *0fSi S 8&& "'M '-' .k :;# .; A.

N.W. 17th PL $22.50 per week. HELP WANTED .

[[HI Call 53324.fAPARTMENT.owner., MO 5-5004. Weekdays MAN a OR new WOMAN fully furnished wanted rooming to manage CBS Home for Safe l ; '

Better
Beautiful hard oqd house in downtown Miami", t call : Homes For Sale!

,floors beautiful l klttheA arid bit' JE 1-3184 or CA I.T4833.. lt Large cqrner: Idfo* 3Mepirdom' .
Landscape( feat 1) and :qdle loWtfori. BEAUTY operators; 1205 N.W.. 2 baths, utility room, cat- "
.Phone III 4-3673 III J. 3rd Ave. Call FR 1-2036 or 691-
f&60t, 65ll N.W 12th Av, 5851. porter prinkler, well and Drive by these beautiful homes today

Experienced shirt presser wanted pump, glass door to patio.
TWO J&etybedrodm houses. SOUTHLAND CLEANERS full price $14,000 We help, you with the financing
1S03 N.W. 45th St Reasonable 627 N.W 2nd Ave
tent Call HI 3-9915, valued at $16,000No
w *
REWARD qualifying Upper class
FOR SALE FOR THE RETURN of a black neighborhood 1. 1353 NW 41st Street $350 down65.09: Mo.
purse with keys and identification i
1501 N.W. 43rd STREET. 3-bedroom 'f Mrs. Mary A. Riopel, lost at 3001 N.W. 70th Terr. Nice 2-bedroom home with Fla room
2-bath furnished, very nice. Western Butchers Corp 2200 NW
Rent for 5 months at 25.00: week. 62nd St. Tuesday, April!! 24. Call OX 1.8427 2. 1053 NW 40th Street $450 Down

Ben-Kori, Realtor 2644 N.W. 62nd at same address for reward.. I 3-bedroom 2 bath home Florida room .

SL, Kites PL 9-5533, Day OX 1-0372 .--o j'.Y:::;,=,::;-=-o::::<:" .,...-..=...r.--r-Y---... ....-..-"..-'_'-'...-Y.J'J'.............. -S--_e ,.r. 1' ..ere-/--/--u' i ,
LOVELY 2bedfodn\ duple* at 273: 3. 1023 NW 42nd Street Terrific Buy

N W 60th St Kitchen fully turn.tsea. SIDE BY SIDE Beautiful home, on 'extra; lot $900 Down
Airy bedroom (six win.
slows). Beautifully furnished. Hot 831 N.W. 47th Terrace 4. 721 NW 45th Street $1,500 Down
fend cold tyftter. Call owner.
IC) HUGE CBS $400 DOWN 3-bedroom, 2 bath beauty '
1459 NW. 41st STREET. /.See inside ,
: lovely 2-bedroom CBS. garage, '$12,600. FHA mortgage loan. If you make $65 a Down
5. 820 NW 45th Street-A beauty $1,500
pofrh, a bargain. $10.200 total, week and your wife makes $30 you qualify for this

330 down, $69.00 month pays all. beautiful custom built house. \ .: 3-zedroom, 2 bath home-Florida room ,
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Ben-Kori, Realtor. 2644 N.W. 62nd
St. Nites PL 9-5533, Days OX 841 N.W. 47th Terrace 6. 7753 NW 10th Avenue $850 DownA

19372. real nice home that can be used for extra
HOME on large spacious lot, bear. Biggest bedroom CBS in Manor Park -' $14,050. income also. Including closing costs.
ing fruit trees. CBS, 2 bedrooms FHA loan. Only $450 dOwn if you make $75 a

tile bath, Fla. room living room, week and your wife makes $32.50 you can qualify. 7, 1030 NW 45th Street $995 Down,
dining and furnished kitchen.
room
This is the best. bath home beautiful lot. No
Suitable financing may be arranged. 3-beHroom, 2 on a
Phone NE 53137. qualifying.
1368 N.W. 47th TerraceCBS
SACRIFICE CBS house with 3 .
!bedrooms 2 baths, fireplace fruit doll house. $300 down. $59'per month. .

/itrees and close to shopping cen CHECK OUR FAMILY INCOME METHOD OF .
;ters. :1012 N.W. 74th' St. By
(owner. Open Fri., Sat, Sun. QUALIFYING FOR FEDERAL HOUSING ADMIN-' We have a couple of churches for sale
ISTRATION FINANCED HOMES.
4001 N.W. 11th AVENUE. See Inside
: this 3-bedroom. 2-bath CBS ONE 5 / MORTGAGE ONLY
'plus cottage. Beautiful home, huge We have over 350 others to choose from J

rous Ibarbeque grounds., complete$1,500.00 fence down, gorge-no We are open Saturday and Sunday, too! .'

aualifying.. Open Sunday 2 to 8. Federal Mortgage Co. Call us and we will pick you up to see these homer:
;'Ben-Korl, Realtor 2644 N.W. 62nd
;St, Nites PL 0533, Days OX

'19372. 5709 N.W. 2nd Ave., PL 4-2605 Ford Realty ncr"

'1467 N.W. 41st STREET. See inside PL 8.6261
very nice 2-bedroom CBS, car-
porte, nice yard. Total $10,000, BIEMBER CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
$300 down, $7 .OO month pays all. 5524 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 2.2559
Ben-Kost. Realtor 2644 N.W. 62nd ASK FOR JOHN MURRAY
St. Nnes PL 9-5533, Days OX

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!; lie v West America's Listen my children and you _
sh'all hear every Saturday
r; J Southernmost CityDy morning at 9:30: you are invited tional Contests and Activities brl Rev. Marcus Heads I
FRANCES E. PALMER to Bee a movie, plus three National Association on Sec.
the
cartoons at the Center Theater Mission Work
I*" t Afe'''- -M Y of
Principals, one
ondary School
! ** FREE, as the guest of radio sta.
. VF\V INSt.t1! ,OFFICERS vMr Mrs Sarah Roberts of 827 lion WMBM. Center Theater (a only seven COD tests approved from fo*' NEW YORK A Mississippi.born I.
located at 61st St. and 7th Ave 196162. The winners
4 Joint ln t&U..tto1.v'! rvJCfS. torofficergd4pe Emma St. is improving nicely at An all free show. Compliment of these. schools are! Negro has been named to
, her residence. Friends are happyto African
La.w.e.AuX1Uarr. WMBM. This is One ..1We supervise missionary
r. and ,Veterans of Foreign,..Wars see her out again. thank you for UBteni tg. North Dade : Paul Newbold, activities of the United Churchof
h' was held at the post home,.. 803 first; Hewitt Mathews, eeccfad( ; Christ.
St.. Sunday, April 21., Eugenia thtrd. The Rev. Chester L.
, Emma Rev. C. A. Knowles of Miami The charming wife of China Jon.ee. Marcuswas
. Oafcers installed in the Walter was in the city last Sunday at. Valles our midnite to 5 a.m. Northwestern: Jacqueline Culver selected for the post in recognition .
J Mickens Post were: Irving J. tending the funeral of Mrs. Mary disc jockey, visited him for the first; Lillie Jefferson, sec. of the new influence of
Carey, commander; Lang B. Carey. Easter holidays. They are plan. ond; Gloria Richardson, third. Negroes throughout the world
Melvin, senior vice commander; ning on moving the entire family Maria Alena
WMBM salutes
E. R. Roberts Junior vice com. (two lovely children) to Miami
Washington
T.
of Booker
Audley Cash, quarter DEATHS Taylor
mander
; in the near future By the
master; John E. Mounts, chap. Funeral services for Mrs Mary way Mrs. Valles, is a schoolmarm who In addition to winning
lain; L. J. Russel, trustee two E. Carey were held on Sunday, in Wahlngton. D. C. first ,prize for her school also
years; and J. E. Stalling, judge April 29 at 3 p.m. from Trinity won 'the 3rd prize. in the Countywide
advocate. C. J. Carey was the In. Wesleyan Church. The Rev. A. competition.
stalling officer. F. Hooper, pastor of Cornish The (Inter-racial "Mothers As
Memorial AME Church officiated sedation is holding their annual
Officers installed In the Waited Stephen Liedman, our direc
dies Auxiliary were: Eloise: The deceased is survived by Mother's Day Supper and Pro. tor of merchandising keeps buy S /
Brown, president; Rowena Pin. gram at Ebenezer Church, NW the Spotlight Productsof
promoting
four daughters, Mrs. Daisy Ed.
der, senior vice president; Flosele 11th St. and 3rd ave., on Wed. the week. Incidently this
wards, Mrs. Annie Ramsey, Mra. .
Sands, Junior vice president; Miriam Anderson, Key West nesday May 9 at. 6:30: p.m. The week product is "United Vit-
;
mothers
Geneva Walton, secretary; Al. Mrs. Mary Houston Washing. honored this year are ners" meaning Arriba, Silver
bertha Lopez, treasurer; Mary Mrs. Ruth Greenfield and Mrs. Satin and Golden Spur wines:
ton D. C.; a son George Perez Mae
Dell ,Braynon, chairman
Pearl Whitehead, chaplain; 15 grandchildren 39 ItlCTi
great Mrs.
Marian Muldrow.
Kennon, conductress;
Freddy
grandchildren
,
eight great
Marguerite Planas, guard; tru). grands; four brothers grand Did you hear the interviewSam
tee. Zerlina Readley. George W. Allen of Key West Rev.; I Blanche Galloway has been a Oysln had with Sammy
Color bearers: Laurette Tynes, Rev. Alexander: Allen and Chas busy Ittle beaver holding down Davis Jr.f Terrific.Do if
Mary Roberts, Arlean Besslllion, Allen of Miami and William Al. the office work while Louise listen to the Sam Oysin ;
and Marjorie Johnson; flag len, Nassau, Bahamas and num Griffin, traffic manager and Show Sunday and Mon.
bearer Dorothy Miller, historian, erous nieces and nephews.The I Ronnie Roberts, secretary, were day nights every at 9 p.m. Real good mm
out with the
Lenora Tynes; patriotic Instruc. virus. listening. An added feature of
tors. Leonora Stalling and mus. Allen Funeral Home was ,
iclan Mercedes WIl ,ooJe. In charge of arrangements WMBM sponsored Northwest WMBM programming/
Mrs. Stalling was the instal Burial was in the family plotof ern and North Dade Senior High "illl"SHARP
ling officer. Following the In. city: cemetery. School in the School Editorial Lest you forget. Help get the
stallation! services a delightful Contest entitled, "Advertisingand voters out to the polls and you
repast was served and enjoyedby The Free World" For 16 vote on election day.
everyone who was present. Elder R. H. Faison years this contest has been list Till next week.
ed on the approved list of Na- WMBM-BC
Mrs. Albertha White, wife of HonoredElder
our paator, Rev. K. D. White, I
was entertained with a surprise R. H. Faison, pastor of i
birthday party Saturday night, the Royal Assembly Church of I i
April 28 at their, residence, 907 The Living God of Miami was
Thomas St. A large number of highly honored on April 15 at I
member and friends attendedthis Union Chapel of Louisiana by i
grand affair. ,A repast of Bishop L. Roberts. Niagara Car Wash
ice cream and cake was served. 1
Elder Faison wa* given credentials
Mra. White wishes to thank all
for
a missionary
evange.
r the members and friends of this list and also divine healer by
community for the wonderful Bishop Roberto after he saw the
surprise party given her. power of God work through him o -; '

and a blind man was healed. .
Mrs. Eliza Austin is a patient Bishop Roberts bade him God.

In Friends Monroe Mrs General Vera Hospital.Butler speed. Only 99 cents y. :. s


are sorry to learn of her Illness, Drive
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HAS CAREFULLY INVESTIGATED THE QUALIFICATIONS, BACKGROUND, AND PLATFORM Of ALL CANDIDATES' FOR
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WE HAVE BEEN CONSCIENTIOUS IN OUR EFFORTS TO SEEK OUT THOSE CANDIDATES WHO CAN TRULY, HONESTLY
AND FEARLESSLY REPRESENT OUR INTERESTS.

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PHASES OF COMMUNITY LIFE: PROFESSIONAL, BUSINESS, LABOR, HOUSEWIVES, SCHOOLS, CHURCHES, PUBLIC SEnD
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

10 Best Dressed 11111111iti111111111111111i1111i11111i11L111111JHomes a

Women Coming Up Under $9,000 ,Duplexes! Duplexes! DuplexesSEE


"Fashions .In Orbit" and the OUR LARGE SELECTION OF DUPLEXES AND
presentation of Miami's Ten Beet $300 DOWN PAYMENTMove
Dressed Women sponsored by St.AnnMargaret OTHER INCOME PROPERTIES LIVE ON ONE
chapter of the Right in SIDE RENT FREE! OVER 60 TO CHOOSE FROM
ECW at the Hampton Villa pool 0(
patio: Friday, May 11 at 8:30 NO CLOSING COSTS NO BALLOON Down Payments From $300
pm. contact any chapter mem.
ber for your tickets. Also some 4-unit apartment buildings for sale
"Fashions on Parade" apon.
,) sored! by Sacred Heart chapter Sun.of 1960 N.W. 51st Terrace $8,900 CALL OR WRITE COME BY
the Episcopal Churchmen

I day, May 6, at the Community 1561 N.W. 51st Terrace 6,900 We .will pick to see these properties
Center NW, 14th ave. The public .,, '1' { ', you up ,.a
Is invited.St. .
7545 N.W. 16th Avenue 8,500 -.-

Mary of The Missions Open Saturday and Sunday!
(ROMAN CATHOLIC) News Realty PL 4-0655

4th ave. and 16th Terr. FORD REALTY Inc.
Annual Bazaar, Saturday and TT T TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT
Sunday May 5 and 6., Gifts to .I ._._._._. ..... ,
be purchased, also necessities 5524 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 72559"IMPORTANT
for the home.
Chances on four big prizes: FREE BARBQAND
First" $50 bill, second GE automatic '. I
toaster, third, doll, with
full wardrobe, fourth, sugar and
creamer with stand. ,
All proceeds to reduce school

debt. Political RallyRICHMOND I" I


DEATHS HEIGHTS SHOPPING CENTEROn

Lincoln Boulevard Remember these names and Lever

Hanker .
Saturday, May 5 7:30 until? Numbers Tuesday( May 8
!MRS. EDDIE MAE PRIDE JONES, r
of 1427.A N.W. 1st Ct., died April All Communities are Invited
25, 1962, at Jackson Memorial Hos '
pital. Funeral service will be Sponsored by DAN CHAPPELLE 1 F
held Saturday, 2pm. at Mt. Carmel .
Baptist Church with Rev. D. SOUTH DADE VOTERS LEAGUEKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK County Commission, District 2 \\1 Ir I
A. Bradley officiating. She is !r

survived by a husband, Henry; a T' l ... ._ ._ l WALTER RUCKI 4G
daughter, Willie Rosa Williams; j
nine brothers, four sisters_ and six 1I < ounty'CommAaalon, Miami
granddaughters. Burial in Evergreen

Cemetery. FOR YOUR GROCERY AND DAVID M. TURNER 28 B
LOUIS DANIEL, of 1829 N. W.' ". ..' ... .. 'r.. ..
64th St., died April 23, 1962, in Civil Court of Record
Paravilla Convalescent Home. Fu SUNDRY NEEDS TRY A ,
neral service was held Tuesday, I, "
1 p.m., in the chapel. He was HENRY BALABAN' 14 A
survived by a wife. The body is
shipped to Dawson, Georgia, for Circuit Court Judge
final rites.ANDERSON. I
YOUNG of 6530 N.W. HANDYMarket HAROLD SPAET 13 A

14th Ter., died April 30, 1962, at Joe's
Jackson Memorial Hospital He is Circuit Court: Judge I'
survived by a wife, Lee; a brother,
Richard. Funeral arrangementsare GENE WILLIAMS 29 B
incomplete at this time.
And Don't Forget Criminal Court Judge
BABY BOY BASS, of 271 N.W.
10th St., Apt. 208, died April 23,
1962, at Jackson Memorial Hospi GEORGE ONETT 20 B
tal. He is survived by his mother I
and Father, Mr. and Mrs. Willie WISEPotato Railroad! and Utilities
Marcus Bass. Graveside servicewas
held at Evergreen Memorial.
FOR RIDE TO POLLS CALL 691-0892


Richardson Chips I

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MRS.\ SOPHIA PERRY HICKS, of
736 N.W. 9th St.in Florida City, IN POPULAR SIZES
died at Kendall Hospital on April
28. She leaves to mourn four ft>vlalalai faD a )so oi I l mK ak>ti )ihK9 aIiMa) faloiil lolol X
daughters, Mrs. Willa Harris, Mrs. NORTHWEST
Odessa Dumas, Mrs. Dorrie Jean
Boswell and Miss Ada Hicks; five SMALL
sons, Roy, Morris, Ben, Forrest i
and Fred. The body of Mrs. Hicks ,,
was shipped to Camilla, Georgia THE SHRIMP BOX HOMEOWNERS
where funeral services and burialrites ,I
will be conducted on Sun LEAGUE ;. ,. I

day, May 6. I I Cor. 75th St. and 22nd Ave.

MARK MARSHALL, of 515 N.W. Northside & N.W. Dade _
8th St., died at Jackson Memorial
Hospital on April 20. He leavesto GRAND OPENINGTHRU County
mourn a wife, Earnestine of
Laurel Miss. Graveside services Miami, Florida "
were held at Paradise Memorial SUNDAY MAY 6
Gardens on Wednesday morning, Irving Allen
May 2, at 10 a.m.
A New Taste Thrill
MRS. GERTRUDE VIOLA BATTS, Dear Members and Friends, .
of 822 N.W. 1st Ct. died at Jack CHICKEN BOX
son Memorial Hospital on May 2. As your executive secretary of the "SMALL
She leaves to mourn two daughters SHRIMP BOXFISH 97 HOMEOWNERS LEAGUE," I am happy to send
Mrs. Lois Moore and Mrs.Willie election recommendations.
you my day
B. Jackson one son, Char BOX
; Each
lie James Devaux ,of Brooklyn,I PLEASE TAKE THIS LETTER WITH YOU
N. Y.; one sister, Mrs. Stella With All The Trimmings ''I TO THE POLLS.
Blount of Cuthbert, Georgia; PLEASE NOTE PRIMARY DAY-MAY 8 1962
nieces, nephews, grandchildren Chicken Livers or Gizzard Box 97c ,

and shipped great-grandchildren.to Cuthbert, Georgia Funeralbe BUY ONE GET ONE FREE 1. Harold Spaet for Circuit JudgeGroup
where burial rites will be conduc 1

ted. Giant Submarine Sandwich ....................,............. 67c
2. Tom Sasso for Metro Commissioner

Tropical Home Furnisher Jumbo Fish Sandwich (Snapper) ......................... 39c District 2

.'' SellELECTRIC Phone OX 6.3871 I 3, Claude Pepper for CongressmanPlease
IRONS
,r:, Call CA 6-0184 TAKE OUT OR EAT HERE remember to vote, and get your family,
I neighbors and friends to vote and support these 3

'::' WORRIER? FREE CANDY TO KIDS ACCOMPANIED BY canddates.i .

I Don't Bo at the Satellite ADULTS I Kindest regards.
"1. you completely forget the things
that make for a bad day. Get IRVING ALLEN
,outf Every nlte. The mule Open Week days to 10 p.m. Fri. & Sat. to 2 a.m. Executive Director
flows with the unique decor: of
our room. Miami'\ most Intimate
FREE SAMPLES OF CHICKEN 1
lounge.
SATELLITE LOUNGE Cot Something to Sell? ? ? Try a Times Classified Ad
0222 NW 7th Ave.






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HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS I I SATURDAY, MAY B, 1962 PAGE 15 .,J"


;;j : ----.L...,.... ...M..t3bOhi.JI .j 1.. FRANK C. MARTINThe Denis R. Thomas IV. Rep, 1
ing in the county wide spelling
annual Spell'ng Dee under bee on May 9. Here's hoping she >
Special Reading Program t Holmes May DayThe the chairmanship of Mrs. reaches even greater heights.
i Jlolrries Jean II. Young wa held duringthe These diligent and conscientious .
; Elementary School
week of April 16, through
Three Schools This SummerDuring Day invites program you to May attend 11 at2 the M p.id.a y the each 19th.grade The are. champions from students the'r achievements were commendedfor In the
area of spelling.Parents .
Theme "The Candy Co*.''
the si:,. weeks period Phyllis Wheatley in the fall, First grade, Vernal Ferguson; and friend of the
between June 18 and July 27, a and similar: programs may b second Detty Johnson; third, Frank C. Martin family are urg
special Reading Program will be established in other schools during eFRANCES S. TUCKERListen bebra Wright; fourth, Sharon ed to keep In mind our annual
conducted at three elementary succeeding summers. Stevens; fifth, Hezeklah Chllds; May festivities is scheduled for
schools for all 3rd, 3th and 5th Mrs. Charlotte Clarke Is principal carefully to the word- sixth, Roea Lee Jackson 'Thursday, May 3 at 4 p.m. Incase
and 6th grade students. Douglas, at Douglas; Nelson L. pronounce it, spell it and pro Rosa Lee Jackson will be of inclement weather on
Dunbar and Phyllis Wheatley Adams at Dunbar and Mrs Hazel nounce it again" These are Just among the contestants compel i Thursday afternoon the fe t'vl-
are the schools to the program. Troy at Phyllis Wheatley a few tips that were given to tiesflU be moved to Friday,
This program, especially planed our spelling contestants. As a May 4, at 6 p.m. The public Is
for raising the achievement result of ultimata elimination LIBERTY CITY cordially invited to witness this
leVelft 6t.High, average as :well Sunlight School to Martin Reynolds of the fifth colorful and gala affair.
a* .slow ability pupils, Is design. grade wo officially declared The Professional Committee' E. Doyle reporter
Cd; to strengthen reading ability, bur s hool'. champion. To Mar. was in charge of our faculty W. A. White, principal
deVei&p l btttiir study habits and. Hold Reunlori tin and all of bur principals and meeting again this week and as
skills, fencburage independent lunners-up we tip our hats to is characteristic of Mrs. Mary L.
reading, and create lasting Inter. The Sunlight School of Beauty their enthusiastic performers. Thomas' group, the faculty held Lost RewardTo
esta in books Culture will hold a special alum. captivated. A special thanks goes
A significant feature of this ni reunion at the school, 1011 On net)/ week wti wefe fortunate to Mrs. E. C. Johnson, grade 3, FinderOn
Reading Program will be the NW 2nd ave. on Wednesday, to have an informal visitor for her masterful demonstration Monday, April 30, betweenthe
partnership arrangement bb. June 13. Graduates from various on our campus, Lt. Col. fld on teaching arithmetic hours of, 2 and 3 p.m. I lost
tween the parents and schools Sunlight classes, will return to wards( retired) has a hobby of Our special' thanks are ex or left In the upstairs rest room
for getting children to school observe the occasion, which Is collecting marine life Col. Edwards tended to Mrs. Talley and Mrs. at Richard's Dept. Store a puree!
everyday providing a specified expected to be one of the finest dijplayed her collectionsand Julius Smith, parents In the containing much more than a
time and quiet place fbr study events Ih Sunlight fiiutbrr'. Imparted most Interesting community, who served as re. week's payroll In $10 bills andover
at }home and regularly checking All beauticians of the state information of the various marine source persons at the (school two dollars in change. Who.
ana helping with homework as. will have opportunities to learn Ipeclm nl. during the absence of Mrs Ruth ever picked It up, please be hon
ffignments. Rogers, and Miss est and give It up. Gladly g've
the latest modern techniques id The Florida Sara Cherry,
State Teachers
reward. Call OX
Unusual also, id the act that various phases of the beauty Assoc'atlon' convened in Miami delegates at the convention. 1.3119, giving.
your phone number
this program Is being offeredto profession, absolutely free on April 26-23. Our on.tHe.spot Future Teachers of America, eo I or your address
can contact
God
the pupils of these, three this occasion.As reporter (representatives) were Shirley Ryler, Judy Mahoney, bless you. Thanks.REDUCE. you.
schools, approximately 3,000, usual Sunlight with Its James Bethel and Freddie Mur. Gwendolyn Green, Estelle Al-
free of charge.'The Dade County pioneering efforts and high rat. ray. bury and :Mary Crumbley deservea
Board of Public Instruction is to ing always searches for round of applause for relieving .
the best E
be highly commended ,for grant. to give its students and On Wednesday, May :2 we had the fifth grade teachers on Z
Ing this privilege upon the re. public satisfactory eervlce. the our culminating exercises for our Monday, April 30, while they Lone<, 2 (1 pounds weekly
quest of the Negro principals In Sunlight has eelf study practicum in the area were attending the Dade Demon. Effective medication InJections
our school system. Lillian J. Robinson!secured Mrs.: of language arts.I. stration School. Physician perlalizintr. .
This pilot study f la planned to nation'a top stylists, ,one of the J. Meares, principal. Please remember that Mrs. E. I .
continue at Douglas, Dunbar and artist and consultant. Mrs.as guest Rob. Freddie Murray,. Wilkinson, special education 1545 SW lit, St.
teacher I Is still sick
''non is Helen Datsden. at home.
a member of the National reporters FR 3.2748
-- --- School Owners And Teachers' Mary F Williams, principal

Association. She will be assisted'
by several state and local hair NOTICEDO
W ACRES 8tyl'=h. A hair style and hat
fashion review will close the YOU HAVE LOTS OR Reduced New Home
PALM BEACH day's activities. PROPERTY I N NASSAU -

THAT YOU WOULD LIKE

$375 Drive TO SELL FOR CASH? BEDROOM 2 BATH $18,000 FULL PRICE
C'arcfullyl. IF SO CALL NA 4.8625
$1,000 DOWN $105 MONTH
M&' Iowa 'M tlO rfwnth. 6nl L.
ale Ml ",'Ica. ll"| IU acrl
frtct M Film' I.echoll t lath MARY LEE EMPLOYMENT Corner 8th Ave. at 56th Street
Huh M 5 ill from Mlimi, Dl*. .
C00M (tor l brgn.,.re.... 1, n-
with CllltI*'" 1000 compl.t.yard.chow hrd bo.,roads clost NEVV ADDRESS For appointment call PL 7-6663 or JE 1.5973
This" lend .M t. ,;oor.... 3n It,
Polk Oft It, eo In you own Clf'
tlnr ground with NtI" ....... 1711 W. -:
Flagler Street I
H.free Inatnst Wer'lfIty N Dod doting. fie' hiddntharot corn $ $ $[$ $ $ $ $ $ $

tltto "Itaurabl.. HIgher WNEED
Miami.WltlM' .f.IAC"than Miami MIIIIII Itch kids ii Couple, hotel employee (chefs, cooks,, maid, CASH ? "

hambtr Searat.llors.: of Convn.rce. Come,te M.L our houseman, housekeeper, cooks, live in. Nurse maids, C&

.l"lce color for 'lIdtt full Inhnn.tlon w w. can 11II".nd mall live in and out. Good laundresses and many other 1st and 2nd Mortgage Loans 4A

Manly Information back N not you.s.tl.tl.d N you, prof hi 70 r. jobs available. .40- Get $1,000, $1,500, $?OOO or more today o&t
days IS rim .M Mol. WE BUY LOTS AND HOMESCALL

Net Retn.r, Realtor ; II- -titro
Ronald I Baron
M.S. Federal BI.dq. IE 2,4343
terns Mortgage Broker
LIncoI..Wllhltlst. Have Lifetime Profession I .6*
JE a.S66; a 229 SUNNY ISLtt) ULVft

Miami Beach. RoridaSEE v MIAMI nCACIl WI x.356 6

"Care-Craft' School for Nurse's Aids ofn
$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ SSS S;

THE SOUTH'S 1711 West Flagler Street n

LEADING COLORED FR 9.7357 BARKLEY'S CUT-RATE STOREThe

PSYCHIC READER New classes forming each week. Ten weeks course Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome

-CONSULT IIERSandA Day or evening classes 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376

REGISTER NOW SPRING CLEANING SALE

Don't forget your film
&8&&fi& & / / Deluxe Nadlnola l.OO Polaroid and picture rolls
incense Candle AIna Tranquil 1.0tt
v i Fry t PEOPLES DRUG STORE BARBECUE | Po.Ke.No Sets Hair Goals and Illbbonn
AND LUNCHEONETTE 8 Hlr ch and Glow straightening Comb. 70f
Cream 73* combs TOO

402 and 406 N.W. 8th Street FR 4-5874 | A Variety of Cards for all Occasions

Drug Store Bar-B-Que # Gifts of all descriptions. Use our layaway
% her fears of experience guide OPIN DAILY A SUNDAY 8 A.M. to 10 I'.M.
and protect yon throughout life ,' BpecUllclnff In prescription* Kenhiring bwikfnut lamb JOHN A. McMINN, Owner
A* a lighthouse guides the .hip* \ patent medicine and undrfe a.. dinner OM Illrkory BrtNcue
In A storm. For success In trasltH'sn v from S .m. I j
and lovr. Open dally 0:80 a.m. 12 p.m#, >
DoT STAY I.V TUB RUT. GET Fri., Sat. to 180 swm. Open Fri. Rat. to 2:80 amSatisfaction I]
OUT Now BY TIIK HELP OF YOUR LOT
fc WE Will BUILD ON
OOD SUE CAN IIBLP YOU. Guaranteed Free DeliveryAnniversary ,

Office/ loan: &&szsa&af!& ?f / ......;r/
O a.m. 0 p.m.Than. --... :: NO CASH REQUIRED,
9 ft.m. to

DAILY 7 p.m. Sale and RepairsTV Also Large Beautiful Homes For Sale


RADIO AND HI-FI VERY LOW DOWN PAYMENTS

J0A.m. 3 p.m.1tEADINO FREE Pillows during sale Fully Guaranteed

Reasonable Prices Free Delivery 18 Years Jn businessFor
'1.00 UP House Service Calls $1.50

Installment payments __ No finance charges information call ,

23 Years Experience Know your TV man and save money JOE BURTON 4221 Hallandale .Blvd. :

MADAMHUNTER Hollywood, Fla. Near Carver Ranches.
JOE SCOTT -
;,.1
I (just east of Home Federal BMk '
, jDon't Writ Call In Person I AUTHORIZED FACTORY TV REPAIR CO., Inc.
J657 N.W. 73rd ST. 1923 l N.W. 62nd STREET PL 1-8381 Phones: Miami WI 5-0681-Hollywoodl2 : ,
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, at Baker's Famous Corner tte ot'n t'ost cAttbg an start nounce on June 30. 3ettd yttuf
'. More Bondu votes to me at 6740 NW 15th
:. t y h'M1 is the Hammond organist that ing:'':to come in on our Immacu*
1 Continued from page 5 swing the place 'George Wrightis laren.\? ; Attorney Henry Ar ave. '00-' i
on tenor and Ole Chick Webbon rlngton has 17 voted Her. Bd* MEMBERS of the jfrttf ud, Wrdib
remembered that it was at 15th
",'BROWAIIQ are at 54th at. So I took "Mr the drums The ,reason I call ward'., T, tiraham has 9; Doe Club will go to Ts4Qps'' tats '"
I,", ,'t: j i 1, ob1'- there and was pleasantly him :ole' it because I remeD1boet t Shirley 4; Robert Jackson: 2; weekend for a on$ day Weft'w,
him I first to Miamiand ,, Golf Tournament ,
\ that when came Doe C3apman 14; Clyde KillensIjjmDavld Coast Open
surprised to find out 'It
\ COUNTY' It )is owned by a fellow named he was playing drums', with 1 Dobbs 21: Nick The regular meeting' ,;has .'..been, '
Sam Robinson., He really has Alex Stephens down' on Second, Thomas 6; Sgt. Jessie Nash 23!, postponed until" after our
\""h the know bow and experience*, Ave. Say by the way, what Efn 8t Haynes 13; Nat Vaughn, monthly golf tournament on May
NEWS They clip, trim board teed and happened to Alex I havpyt; 26;; ;JSteve McElmurry 9; Two .13. All members\]"!. ,,\ineet a% the
seen him in Quite a while. have been added club house then. '
t take excellent care of your dog. ;f morel, names
.r t r- I Their motto ds: "We clip your and they are Dr. Ben Atkinsonand '
-- dog ,not, you" So next time you BEEN WONDERING what "Catfish" Simmons. So That's how I. say ,Live Life,
., B7 WAUrEn.-now humans with a pet you care happened to Barmaid DeloreA come on and let's keep those Every Golden Minute of, it.

about who needs some sort of Caffee Well, she played it coql cards! coming in. We will an. | PEACE! .' :..' .
'.r.y1ce. please) take your pet to for a much needed rest. Nowthat :
The regular meeting of t' h' eCarver the Pampered Poodle on the cor. the rest is over, you can
Ranches Fire Dept. was ner of 54th it and 15th ave find her serving the joy juice at
held Monday at the Chamber of the Satellite Lounge along with Bridiew H ones K
Commerce building. The presl. PRETTY GIRL Louise Hattie and Rosetta. De ,
of The Week:
Walter Blatcb has staged
dent is working in Clementine's place
a campaign to solicit funds this Louise DrLscol (Hampton House 3-BEDROOMS 2 BATHS FLA. ROOM
while she is on her honeymoonin
PBX ;
) Pretty of the
Boy
weekend to buy another fire
truck. Members of the department Week. : Bill Peeples M a nAbqut Opa Locka. (She is really in Open; Sunday 2-5 p. n.
Bermuda.)) Owner 1430 N.W. 59th St.
will be calling on the Town. Roger Williams. at
community Friday Saturday and Williams' Cleaners Hap N.W. 69th St.
Lot 140 feet at 2161
.THE. FALCONS. (I ..Found
py Couple of the .Week;. .
Sunday Two youngsters Roose* Mr
,
Love) and the Sensations will Home, good income duplex, 811 N.W.57thSt.
velt Parker and J. C. Jackson and Mrs. Sharpe, (Sharpe's :?:zit ,
have Joined the fire department.The lea: Service)," .: have a song battle In Clyde KII.len's Lots for sale. Corner. 75x140: and 100x109 '
Knight Beat this weekend. Many others in Liberty City. Save'money. Build to order
I
With Frank "Chicken Scratch"
Carver Ranches Chamberof THE HAMPTON House has : DuBoIse as referee. Incidental S. BARON JE> 8-1340. JE 24343

Commerce meets Monday, gone out for a name policy ly, Frank has added another ..' .. .
show.. Nothing but the best for
instrument to his band-a combo
May 7, 8:30: at Its building.
Charles Durden p.m. of 2450 SW our folk who come to the organists and ,guitarist named l t l \ ,,.
48th are has sent in his application Hampton Houce. This week, recording I I James Williams. Next week I '
to join the Chamber. artist Bobby Marcban, May 11 you girls get your smelling Government> Jaipected and Approved
'" will be the star attract'lon'and 1
:
gaits& ready cause Clyde is
Charles Austin and his' band bringing one of the finest voices
Th VFW Post No. 8196 of will share the spotlight. This you've ever heard. The voice belongs 1 LOVELY lOMES OPENLow
South Broward, will hold its Chow:; will be long rememberedfor to Balladier Johnny Hart-
regular meeting Sunday from 6 Bobby Is a flue entertainer. man. When he sings women
to 8 p.m. at the Chamber of faint. This I have seen with my Low Down Payments
,
Commerce building. Alfred,Wat.> I HAVE YOU heard Ray Miller own eyes. j,
kins Jr., Commander.The f EZ TERMS! LESS THAN RENT


commander, C. B. Blount, DESOTO CLEANERS o
R. R. Ferguson, chaplain and
other commanders from South 737 N.W. 41st Street

Broward attended the district 1515 N.W. 62nd Street '
meeting in Homestead last, Sun.\ Home and income. Fully furnished. Must ,see this
day. 4220 N.W. 32nd Avenue
today. Lovely in all respects. Move' right in.' No

closing costs. EZ terms. Low down payment.
;Personal Mention

A pleasant visitor. at the Ml u' SKIRTS 19C e e e ,

Mr.ml Times Nathan'office H. last Bowers: week pharmacist' 'was' 4220 N.W. llth Avenue .

:of Chicago enroute on,' a
1 O,,day.: visit to ,Jamaica, ,H 4tl I PLAIN CLEAN ,AND PRESSED Gorgeoua mansion type home.; Must see' this one.

San:... Puerto, St. Croix and St. Asking $13,500.

Thomas."l .n, 2 PANTS' 79C .
"Mr. Bowers is also twwrerof ; S e S -

the Smith.Bowers-Hlllard .In.
.
vest' Co., 166 W. Washington pt.. CLEANED AND PRESSED 4631 N.W. 15th AvenueCBS

Chicago.: : next to ,lovely Manor Park. $68 per month.
While In Miami he was ,th. SHIRTS I 99
guest of his cousins, Mr, and .. a--...., e e r
Mrt., Isaac launders 1868 NW, ,
LAUNDERED
"
nth" st.4 ,'. 766 N.W. 77th Street


>r D.birthday C. Hubert on Frl.celebrated, May ,4.snotte ;Jur.. F. )R EARLY BIRDS t 3-bcdroom for only '$12,000. What a ',deal!',$400

bert. M everyone calls.. him !U: Open 5t30 .n.m 1if1-; :30'. DallytoiedSunday. : ,I down"and*$74 per. month.- Hurry on thU.
<* .. ,
a popular figure around 17th t, Jy >.. ,. I / .

and"the first city eourLand'of Miaml, Is Beach"employedby ; *"': 0..1'" ,'.'._, 'd................ .... '-I>-, '. '.':"'. .. ,,' I <:_ ,:! E ,h .... :'r; :L'...;,..' 'e.. .

1069 N.W.76th Street


visitor M. P',from Sw eney Cincinnati, returnee* Ford Real ,Estate Specials! Quiet living. Lovely home, newly decorated. Garage,

home last, For 'the ,
on Monday Fla room, large kitchen. $400 down, $70 per month
pact 15 years since his rettCe.meat .
from business he has spent y Move right "i;in.* No,.qualifying, .no closing costs. See o .'
the season 'in Miami where he '.f! .
purchased a bome'for' the enjoy. i these home todlay.:We arrange, financing.
ment of hs( friends from\tnf i t .'
; ,d .. : v NEWSREALTY
Westland, ,
Middle : from hlt. ,,nut I', ." :'t.. r ,"
tivd Kentucky <- ," ,
.' '

entertained Last, Saturday.hU elementary afternoon schoolage he : ',1. 2131 NW 49th Street' $295'' Down (The Broker That, Works For You) .

neighbors with a pre.Hnstfr r 3-bcdrooms 2 baths ,
newly painted!
part;. home dozen children UT.tncJn.t..3000 4600 NW 7th Ave. ,PL 4-0655
: block of Und St.. 2.2146 NW 49th Street $295'Down
where ,he ,recently built a ipae.lous (Open Sunday). :....
new ,home, enjoyed danelng, Real nice, clean 2-bedroom home
refreshments I '
game and 'vied '
for the many'"prizes. 3. 2120 INW 50th Street $495 Down .:"

Extra large 4.bedroom'house.: Extra lotGoodfor

House, guest of Mr. and Mrs. church or, rooming house. Terrific site room Brand New Homes
Sylvester Stephens 1454 NW
,
,61th terr., were her deter, Deb 4. 2997 NW 64th Street $300 Down
bie Smith of Macon Oa., and MOVE RIGHT INI! NO QUALIFYING!
other/ ,friends wr Robert 3bedroomReal nice ,
Smith, Macon; Leon Smith \1
Newark: 'N..,.: Harrison Smith, 5. 3261 NW 48th Terrace' $495 Down EXPRESSWAY PEOPLE HURRY
New York; Frank Smith, Detro't
3-bedroom CBS home-1 year old
: Mabel Stoval, Belle
.
,
Glade. 6. 1928 NW 59th Street : $250 Down

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Flemingswere bedroom, Fla. room. 3-Bedroomi 2 Baths
visiting here for ten days -

stopped at.the Fontainebleau Ho* S'S'
*
,
tel. They are cousins of Misses ALL BEAUTIFUL BUILT-INS
'
:Eloise and Evelyn Garner. ,She t ,
'
is chef cook for D. C. Clayton We have over 350 others '

Powell at the White' House. He Open Sunday 2-6
p.m.
is an engineer In Washington Call us and we wjll come and pick you up to see ,

these homes. 1728 N.W. 51st Terrace

SUNDAY AFTERNOON! I Open Saturday and Sunday, tool
Every Bandar its matinee time I .
at the Satellite.: The music 1752 N.W. 51st Terrace ,

tarts early in the Afternoon I .
.
and continue to t pjn. Get out FORD REALTY Inc. .
of that
Sunday sun and enjoy our ,
Sunday matinee In air condition.
ed comfort. Make a date''..-
Don't ,be late. 5524 NW 7th Ave. PL 7-2559 'HAIMAR he. : Tel. 667-6984
We start early. ,
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SATELLITE LOUNGE I I

6222 NW 7th Ave. .- .. .





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