The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 12, 1962
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00316

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DunaW3Y's Mlui'tIet Trial CHRISTIAN. HOSPITAL I' Kennedy Names Negro /7: p

Chief Of U. S. Marshal*,*

To Begin Monday weeks .being National 1 Ilos!

pital Week, the Board of Trustees James P. McShane, 03, a retired Frederick Douglas, edu\.to of.
invites the public to visit Christlflil New York policeman, is the new ator and historian held Rfc
That celebrated first degree by Assistant State Attorney Jerry Hospital. between the hours of 1 head of d4putles.McShane U S. marshals sition from 1877 to 1881, aflL,.h N
murder trial of four defendantsfor Kogan. State Attorney Richard p.m. flfld fl p.m. Sunday afternoon and records show that he was theVj 1)1 \1
the killing of Mrs. Beatrice Gerstein, himself also expectedto May 13."Fully. was appointed as marshal Negro to serve as U. S. marshal.; i v
"Tiny" Dunaway, will open Mnn assist at the trial. of the District of Columbia In 1857, after 21 years with the'kew
day morning at 8:30 la Circuit equipped with moiiefh Ian year and was named thisweek York police department Mc-
Judge Robert L. Floyd's Court, on KILLING AT COUNTING HOUSE Streamlined facilities this new M tha $15,259 a year Job as Shane retired and worked for two
the fourth floor of the Dade County Mrs., Dunaway was shot and kill half Million dollar hospital is staffed chief of the Jtotice Department's years on the staff of the Senate
Courthouse ed' during a holdup and robberyof by an aftlve! .and courteous attending executive office of U. 0 Marshals, Rackets Committee' under Attorney
I Defendants in the case are: Mrs a suspected bouts counting staff of fiWfC than 70 by President Kennedy. General Robert F. Kennedy,
Eugenia D. Thomas, wife of former house. Henry was the first arrest physicians both Negro arid White, Thirty-eight.year.old Luke Chas. the then chief counsel of the com
Municipal Judge L. E. Thomas: ; ed in the case. Henry was initially providing the finest in surgery Moore, another Negro who had mittee.
Aubrey W Henry, Jr. clarence charged with first degree murder. medical care and attention; Well been an assistant U, S. attorney in McShane was sent to Montgomery -
Dim defendants Millings. All Henry named Simpson as his accomplice1 trained Nurses X-Ray Technicians Washington, D, C.. since 1959, has Ala, ten days after his ap
of the ; ate charged with In the robbery, and when Laboratory Technicians, fcervice been appointed to succeed Mc pointment last year, to head the
lite minder of ,Mrs. DunaWay di arrested Simpson admitted the and administrative personnel Shane in the post of marshal of 600 federal law enforcement 0(.
895 N.W.. 60th JSt, which occurred shooting And killing, and i turn make up the last October 28 at 1661 N.W. 5til implicated Mrs. Thomas and I Millings all. times to give top level care 730( a year, against freedom riders in the area.

Place. .. .
Former.Circuit.jddgc Vincent C. At a Justice df peace preliminary Now gctvfrig Indigent PatientsFor

Giblin will I defend Mrs. Thomas; hearing ana invest, Mrs. the fir&t time the hospitals
Attorney Henry Carr is defending Thomas .and Millings were set ( prepared 1 to service recipients Research Report Shows .
Henry, arid Simpson and tMill. free by Judge Ralph B Ferguson of public assistance from the'state
ings will be defended by court appointed -Stale Attorney Richard Gerstein OK: county also indigent patients Negro Children Betterr
attorneys.Assistant presented the case to the who cannot' afford for hospitalization -
State Attorney Roy Jury, which in turn indicted These patients acute111 )/
Lee Jones is expected to handle four Defendants on the charges. may either visit their doctor Adjusted Than White
I ho prosecution for the State The case is expected to attractan or(the emergency Loom at the hos
Jones is expected to be assisted overflow crowd of spectator pital.\ In both instances, the State!

and County will re-imburse we A research group reported on Participating in the tests were'
hospital after investigation proves I'ecfneffdaf in Toronto, Canada, 109 children in the 0-7 and 1315 1
I the need. that Armfkan'' Negro children of white and Negro''
Odd Fellows Close State Meet children
showed better emotional adjustthan in Albany, N Y., and Negro '
IIlpnt American White child_ children in Dahomey, West
The 74th anniversary pcaorj! I rem in a recent personality teJt. Africa They were evaluated by
of the District Grand Lodge we psychologists working Independ.
27 and District G ran NO'1 The researchers said the conclusions ently of each other. .
Household of Ruth No. contradict previous stud. American Negro children, in the
GUO of Odd Fellows of Florida (teN that painted the American Ne- study were rated first in such
convened Monday, April 30. gro a< suffering from a high degree things as feeling of adequacy and
t. I May 1 at Ebeneezr .MethodUt < of emotional distress richness of personality American .
-w Church, In a text prepared to be pre- white children were rated
1 Atty D. W. 1'erkln. ws reelected Tented, tA'the. 118th, annual meeting secondand'.'African,Negro I cb$ .... .'
dt1 ; as Grand Master Of the c of the American Psychiatric rem. third. ,,,; ,', .-* .
GUO of the Odd Fellows. Also Association an Albany (N.Y.) The psychologists( reached agree-
re-elected were T. Donivy AI Medical College research team reported mentIon ratings 83 per cent of the
state (supervisor and Robert its findings. time. 4J ,

Thomas as grand secretary. --. __..... _'- ,

Elected were William S. Star.
rup Sr., and also R. Fox, grand

d'rector, j'-.w. 10,000 Negro; Votes Get '

Presiding over the grand ses. ,
tioaqt the Household of Ruth J
,was Si*:*.H. A. Slke' and b.r C& t.-, .
net .Bister Edna:;Mapp9bl ;.- grad: Pepper and Fascell In 1
ctip tigbt .-* *, lovelnor; l ,rirat : .
.: teltnelt.;:grandapcretarp! w t" .
p and treasurers'' 'Sister' ''lATenta'A -- ---- & Pepper':and 'Dante Fas. i )
grand director; Sister FRANK POLONKO cell'IS amazing victory here Tues.
day for the Democratic Con.
L. Randall retar.trea.surer ,
:rAViNG FOH ATLANTA-El) Endowment Dept., and Sister Iinsldtal AdminlMtrator Rrexslonal nomination In the n.
COOK, Well known and popular Effie Rusaell, district granddeputy. The hospital has undergone a Third and Fourth D'!'.trlct were
brought about largely by t h e
Disc Jockey on Station WMBM, is .
complete reorganization under the record turnout of Negro voters,
leaving Miami this Sunday Atlanta direction of Frank S. Polonko, the
Georgia, where he will become Vice Mayor. Henry Dalaban newly appointed administrator. Mr. I Negroes cast more than 10,090 .
Operational Director of Station was on hand: to extend the key Polonko who was formerly associate i votes almost! solidly for tho d
WAOK of that city. Cook to the city. executive Director and Comp Kennedy.backed liberal Pepper
vi'l' do his farewell show on of' the of the trailer at Jackson Memorial Hospital State Sen. Cliff Herrell. whose ..
One highlights
W BM today ((Friday) and will sesrlon was the grand banquet has 13 years of hospital expericnce work with the Florida Legtsla.
I h's many friends good bye.rrLrds night when the dele- In finance and administra tive Investigating. Committee
: are wishing for Cook- W against Rev. Theodore Gibson
..Ut: Nassau Daddy," the best of gat on was royally entertained.Mrs and the NAACI', got practically

success in his new position. MI.. M. Johnson is reporter New visiting hours: Effective no Negro votei., His Negro sup.' :
ami's loss is Atlanta's gain. ,-. Sunday May. 13. 1962, the visiting porters reemed almost ....liameetto
hours shall be lOJU: a.m. to B pjn. ask .ethers ",to, vote 'for him. ,.. -
Faecell' 'Won.. fifth term toCooreae !
made '
hospital has great I
The ''
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wallop ug' race.
stride from the 20 bed frame
structure established in 1918, to Eldredge C1.915to
building with 50 2S,577 Pepper, ba :elx whsid
the present new M
a runoff with Herrell
A bed\ facilities equipped with modern 40,111 'getting.
I facilities as follows: ytuJ'
i nor Emergency room open 24 hours domlnantty Negro. precfnttslike
.... day to service patients- all If X66.< 73. 74, 75 and 18' fl"JAMES
hours staffed by three resident went for Pepper by better than .
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It 10 to J.Other'. I --
doctors. winners. getting hear W. EVERETT, Head Football
Two modem fully equipped op. bacldnr from Negro voters were/ Coach at Booker T Washington -

<.... erating rooms for general surgery Metro Commissioner' Tom Basso High School for the past twentyone .'
obstetrical and Judge years will be signally honored
Ultramodern depart Henry Balaban. and
Gene Williams by the Booker T. Washington ..
ment. family and other Interested community ..
1. Complete nursery facilities. It was the most Interest ever friends and organization,
w.r Laboratory services, under the shown by Negroes la a campaign Wednesday, May lit The occasion'
supervision of a Pathologist. and the largest Negro vote ever has been designated as COACIf ,
Diagnostic X-Ray Department. cast here. JAMES W EVERETT DAY and S-
Blood Bank service. r being designed as a day for special j
and significant tributes to-- 7 :
Modern stainless steel kitchen SILVER KNIGHTJulius Everett, popularlyAetlvltiesi Ho.......;: ''to, i: ,",* ,"'jta.. >1III..J.j J ','
tor dietary therapy, under the ''' .f'
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Blu. : :
,' !.",.. \\9 .. fi;
supervision of a registered die ,; T. Lee. brtlllint Booker I \ < '
.... -- tician. T; Washlogton! High dramatic,I for the, day wffl Ji"J. 1.J
Sharon Young, Margaret Jones the professional staff attended the student and son of Mr. and Mrs elude:'' a school ,salute '"it' ,
,....' .. and Rosalind Hepburn all memo luncheon. Modern accomodations for patients J. T. Lee won the coveted Silver school's public address,.system at .;"'t'1\
..0; \ bers of Troop 503. enjoy table talk Sharon's home is at 14621 Harrison with one, two or three beds Knight Award In Speech and 9,45: a.m., 'and an 'assembly pro 1tI1' A J, .
at the annual Girl Scout Senior St.; Margaret lives at 13847 Drama Thursday night. gram In the school's auditorium t I
Luncheon held Saturday at the Du- Jefferson St., and Rosalind at Piped oxygen Into all patients'rooms at 1.30: p.m. t
and service areas.Intercommunicatlotteystem. The much sought after awardsare
Eighth Graders 14661 Polk St., Richmond Heights.
Pont Plaza.In These Intermediate Troop,! They are members of the troop for given annually by the :Miami The Booker T. Washington Pa. y{*
now become are Seniors an in the FalL Three led by Mrs. Alma Crawford 14250 Immediate contact with all patients. Herald to the 12 outstanding mur, alumni former students x/
,1 hundred Scouts, leaders, parenta.. Madison St. and Mrs. Jessie Trib- seniors la the county's 20 high civic and community organization .J .

Council,officers and incomers of, ble, 1410 Monroe St. Television service in every room. schools.; arc being urged to send telegrams: < >.M!.. ,.;

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r ti r 1 fV 1 PEACE CORPS

Self-Styl1d! Bishop + TALLAHASSEE fr. Melvid

I 0. Alston, deab, bchbol bt tidtlicatloh
Florid A and M Unlversrlty

Ousted From Church ,, has been adVlsed by Riker(
i D. Finch, chief, biv' lon of..Unl.erslty .
\' Relations l U, S. Peace
Corps, bt bis recent Ap&olnu
Cook exjlalned that they mdnt ill: a nietriber of the Settee
TAMPA (ANP) A pros Joined the St. Peter's Temple Corp Advisory Committed: of
self. Brotherhood church for the American Association of Col
titutlon charge against purposesof
leges for Teacher Education: .
Mvled bishop and his wife and fellowship and communion un.
involving two college coeds in the til they could complete organtza. Among the principal function
stormy ouster of the couple from tlon in Tampa. Her husband was of this committee are the follow.
the church here last week. arrested white conducting a revival ing; assist the Peace Corps in
at St. Peter's for Father
S the selection of over eas projects
Bishop Charles Cook organiz- Anderson. best suited for the utilization of
ei of the :General Assembly' and competent professional teachers,
Kenneth Hennlg
Deputy ----.y
Church of the Fiat Born In Ten. assist the Peace Corps in Identifying .
nessee, Misslppi and Florida, Bishop Cook approached him and"proposlUoll'ed" at I OMEGAS HONOR ma Alpha Chapter serving ua members institutions qual.
the Oldemer Race Track
and his wife, State Mother host. The brothers are looking IfleG to prepare the selected
him for dates
Caldonla Cook were ousted from with Negro girls. The trap was 25-YEAR MENFour forward to another year of pro. trainees! for overseas service and
membersrlp' of the St. Peter's
last set the deputy said, with the grew undef the able leadershipof to supervise their professional
Brotherhood Church
Temple members of Sigma Alpha development, assist In providing
arrests following. Dr. Edward Braynon.Congratulations
month prostituton charges.The Chapter ot Omega Pet Phi fra contributions of volunteers upon

bishop and state mother ternity were honored last Sat. to the Omega their return to the American
were booked by sherif's deputies DR. THURMAN urday for 26 or more years of Men of this chapter and espec'al. educational system, and evaluate .
April 10, along with Gibbs Junior service and dedication to their ly Brothers Wych, ReevesHaleyand outcomes of Peace Corps
College students Cleo Belva fraternity. Because of their loyalty Martin for setting the pace experiences programs and patterns .
Brown 19, and Delores Blair BILL BAGGS, to the local chapted, Broth. for younger brothers of Omega and teachers who partici
22. ers Charles D, Wyche, William by living up to Its principles of pate.
FLA. NORMAL B. Haley Harold Martin and manhood, scholarship, perser-
Bishop Cook was charged Garth C. Reeves were awarded verance and uplift The committee to which Dean
with soliciting for the purposeof this recognition at the District Alston was named consists of
prostitution and Mother Cook SPEAKERS meeting at Savannah State Col. eight eminent American educi.
with operating a house for the lege. NE'GROESINVITED' tors representing most of the
purpose of prostitution.In ST. AUGUSTINE Dr. How. geographical areas of the coun.
ard Thurman, dean of Marsh Although several Omega Men try. Dean Alston is the only Ne.gro .
heated session held at the In the Miami area could have TO on the committee.TOOTHACHE.
Brotherhood Church of which Chapel of Boston University, qualified as members for more
Father B. Roosevelt Anderson is and William "Bill" Daggs, dynamic than 25 years, these four receiv. COAST GUARD
pastor, members voted to "re. liberal: editor of the MiamiNews ed special recognition from the ,
move and excommunicate" Bishop will deliver the 17th annual local chapter because of active
and Mrs Cook baccaulaureate sermon and and continued support of chap.
commencement address, have been offered appointments on't suffer niedliuly. tot speedy r.
respec. ter projects through the years.It groes lei from throibtn pile I of toothache
Mrs. B. Roosevelt Anderson, tively at Florida Normal and In. I was partly due to their sup. to the U. S. Coast Guard with fit acting ORk1El. Pain
wife of the told report. dustria] Memorial College. lOll III IIcondl. Gueriteedw
pastor a
port that the Miami chapter received .
Academy,. New London, Conn., 1II0111J Oaa.All drugtorn
er that !Mrs. Cook's duties as the highest\. rating of all ;;'i'T'i'
This announcement was made irovlded' they pass physical ex.
state mothor included' the re. of J
chapters Omega in the State.
eron':lb:llty for girls of the today by President R. W. Pur- aminations.
church during trips throughout year of FNIMC, who also an. Dr. Edward Braynon and Willie .
th<> state, and "it is now Impos. nounced that the 17th baccalau. Lewis were the official dele. The offers followed a nationwide .
sible for our mothers to trusth reate service will be held on Sun. gates to the meeting! and accepted recruitment drive at predominantly .
r with their daughters in the day, May 20 and beginning at the awards' for the chap. Negro high schools' Mincy's Lawn Service
light of the charges. currently 3 o'clock. The commencement ter.
facing her and her husband." exercises will take place on Mon. Miss Aurora Griffin was. the and junior colleges.A FULLY EQUIPPED
day, May 21, beginning at 10 I talent hunt representative from Coast Guard spokesman! said PRUNING AND SPRAYING
Mrs\ Cook, who was reading a a.m. The baccalaureate service Sigma Alpha Chapter and
]large Bible when, interviewed bya and commencement exercises will I immediately offered a scholar.was that the service made a special Something new Let tu
newsman called the charges be held ,In the lIe<:kscher Gym.. ship to Savannah State College recruiting effort after President Vacuum ytur lawn
against her and Bishop Cook un. however, she was not a winnerof Kennedy complained that he
true. She added that she testified Dr.In making the release about the district talent hunt saw no Negroes among academy 7410 NW 15th Ave.
to members of the church pearance, President forthcoming Puryear ap.recalled Next year the distract: meetingwill cadets marching, in hla 1961. inaugural PL 19982.
that she was still filled with the
convene in Miami with
Sig. parade. Indf
Holy Ghost" and completely the fact that this religious
free from sin !! outstanding leader .and edu.
cator attended' the Old Baptist
"I told them," Mrs. Cook said, Academy the predecessor of Fla.
"f I was renewing my vows to Normal and is listed as one of For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call
God, But, the Church Mothers the institution's most outstand.
refused tu hear me and put both ing former students.'
of us: out.
Dr. Thurman, also professor of
Bishop and Mrs. Cook came to Spiritual Resources and Disciples BONDEDRENTAL
Tampa six years ago from Mem. and co-founder of Fellow-
l l.hls, whero they organized the sh p Church, San Francisco, la a ,
General s&mbly and Church of native Floridian ,\
the First Born They also organ. '
uoi' jurisdictions in Mississippiand ,. ,r
were making plants to cora- .
pl affiliate organizatians in

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,. Mail. Air CMAttaM .nu iiRLINS agency in the South; operating in

; k r? = Dade and Broward Counties'Negro ,
Days only$119S ==. '

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Bonded's Tenants, at main office, 4150 NW 7th Ave.

Early and his Band /

.Eloise Foreman, Sensational Singer

ilea N.W. 8rd AVE. ........ FR 8.8416 17325 HOMESTEADVK.
O Hot Papa Turner and His Family rf'.n1no TK 5.331 1
1675 N.W. 62nd ST..,
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.. Phil Harris, Entertaining M. C., .. ." 8801 GRAND AVE. _..,_ HI 5-1881 1019 N.W. 8th ST.
) Ft. Laad tl.J ., .. % 4..1.UTNE '
0 Harry Presley, Gentleman of Song I 4240 N.W. 27th AVE. __ NB 5-3466 8:19 HA.M.MONDVTU ,t I.I,

9 E. Lois Foreman, Sensational Singer 2060 N.W. 78th ST. ?.._. PL 8.0827 Prnnri _?.... 812.13
14235 N.W. 22nd a .a::.
Terry Lewis, Singer and Dancer 2060 N.W. 8rd CT. FR 18005 Opa Locks __ MU 8-0617 I

May 17 King 0' Hearts Club MAIN OFFICE

4150 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 98733f


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Atlanta Police Now Have

I band and chorus of the SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1962 PAGE 3

Browm vile Junior High School
Authority To Arrest Whites
will be presented in a concert on
Thursday, May 17 at 8 p.m. Fourteen Howard Johnson
ATLANTA (ANP) Negro Negro police In 1947 are hereby
policemen in Atlanta can now removed." These groups have been rehear
be arrested outside Negro neigh Ing extensively in order to make
borhoods and have authority to These restrictions, imposed this performance an enjoyableone Restaurants Open Here
arrest whites as the result of a when Negroes were first hiredon for all. Plan now to attend.
ten order handed down last force and considered untriedas Tickets may be obtained from any All 14 Howard Johnson's res. Local CORD groups throughoutthe
week by Chief Herbert T JfD- policemen, mainly meant patrolling member of either organization, taurants In the Miami area are South are testing the policies .
kins. only in Negro areas and The band Is under the* direction .
Austin. Roscoe now open to everyone as the re. of the chain restaurant: In>>
orders not to arrest white of
At the same time, announce* people.At Speed is chorus director. suit of the first phase of CORE their areas.

meat was made of the elevation "Freedom Highways" project.A. -..................................?-.......
of the first N gro to the rank of the !came time the Officers
lieutenant.The were granted status as "full st'I ClALt!! D, Moore, CORE national
fledged' policemen][ the Chief Wo don't have Special Nltas treasurer anl I chairman of t h e
brief order, contained in : announced that the departmentnow at the Satellite Lounge Why' local group, revealed >that the
a routine bulletin, Bald"all o f has its first Negro lieutenant Very s'mple! every site Is the Howard Johnson area supervisor
the restrictions, imposed on the Sgt. Howard Daugh. sane, tho utmost<< in enjojinent. I agreed to open all 14 Dade Coun. Great
Nothing special could be added ty restaurants; ; on Ma2: after n Rent Reduced
Atmosphere atmosphere anaatmosphere. series of tests by members of
I comedy. Miami's most unique Miami CORE.
Northwestern The entire class has worked I lounge bedroom apt. only $1%
I hard to make this an enjoyable MTILLITICEMPLOYMENT< CORE has taken "Freedom
Drama Class to evening for all. I Highways" as a major national 2-bedroom apt. only $14
project. The aim la to open the

Present "Ah! Men!" chain's highways restaurants in the South on all major 3200 NW 47th St.

"Ah! Men!" a comedy In three
acts by Dana Thomas will be 1. Tellers
presented by the Northwestern 2. Secretaries
Dramatic class, Tuesday, May 15
at 8 p.m. in the auditorium.With 3. Receptionists
. a cast of 17 and Introduc. 4. Custodians We/ Want 2 Colored Real Estate
ing many new members of the
coming years Thespian troupe, WRITE FOR APPLICATION:
Ah Men! promised a laugh a
minute for all who come out to Franklin Federal P.O. Box 6066
see this play. Salesmen With LicenseMcNicholas
Station "B" Miami 36, Fla.
The play is set In the year
2050 and the women are ruling
the world. They are the ones
who are going to work; they
have all the responsibilities; we.
the men, are the stay.atlbomes.
If food needs cooking, babies
need sitting! with, and dishes
, need washing, see the men in the Realty
year 2050. What happens when v a=i
the men revolt makes for an in.
cresting comedy.
Dorothy, Elnora Harvey Pincher, Aurora, Dernadetto Griffin 7927 N. {W 7th AvenuePL

JUhmlng and Archie Pinder lead
the cast with Cletes Scooters,
Charles Taylor, Francis Bennett,
Patricia Neally, Vory Moon, An. 1-7592
nle Washington, O'Neil McQrew, Us.s FREE DELIVERY DRUG
Dorothy Speights, Willie Cook,
Mary Drown, and James Harvey ,
supporting to make a very good I '-



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I PAGE 4 SATURDAY.. MAY 12. l&62May: 12 this year. The doors will be open for inspection I I Congratulations. ,, I
--p and there are quite a number of: additional changes .l.Ah' Uevr. F.: W world was
tailed to' the pastorate of the
which have added' greatly to the improvement of this tih.loh M. B. Church, 2800 NW
hospital. Dth St., Fort Lauderdale. All
Several feminine' organizations will .assist,In making ate invited to attend each Sun
Open House a tremendous, success, and the public is in- extending day. Relatives congratulation and friends are to
vited to" particip l 'Refreshments will be served to all liev. World upon his new ap.
attending by members of the Pink, Ladles and several polntment.
!Main\ Off tie At 0740 N.W., fifth t\vMue-Phone OX 1.0421 other religious groups.,
Branch At 1112 N.W. third Are.,. Miami Florida-Phone FR'32230II. North' Dado .'
All men, women and children who were born in this
K. SlOlrt.MUXD: KEKVES, Editor and Publisher nstitutlon in years gone by until now, are required to PTA Ito M it
UAIITII C. REEVES Managing Editor 'sign the special register. The entire community. should 'ihe PTA of. North Dade High'

iinteir4l'' as Second Class Matter, August 0, 1027, at the Post Office blend its forces with Dr. Wv A. Chapman and the Boardof School will hold Us last monthly
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 Trustees in showing 'appreciation l to a worthwhile winner meeting' of Thursday the Agnes May I'iae McCoy

SUBSCRIPTION RATES institution Scholarship Fund will be an.
ONE YEAR $5.00 <_ SIX MONTHS $ .oo FOREIGN '6.00 nounced at ths meeting. Parents
'- uun.ois are encouraged to be
M *tlber; of the Associated Negro Prf'M" Who Will he Miami's Announcement of in attendant at this meeting.
Member t>t the National Newspaper Publishers AssociationMOTHER'S All'ftoutkiubs of the' year will be
Ten Best Dressed Contest WinnersThe finalized and tentative plans for
next year discussed
DAY Women? following were winnersat Support your PTA. Attend
Sunday will be Mother's Day. The usual Mother's The Saints Ann.Margaret the annual bazaar at St. meetings regularly.
chapter of the Episcopal Church Francis Xavier: Catholic Parish,
Day services and,programs will be held In many of our
women of the Incarnation is NW 16th St. and 4th ave. Sun
churches and special sermons will be preached. sponsoring their fourth annual day evening May 6.
The founder of Mother's Day is Miss Anna Jarvis of show, and the presentaton! of First prize, 304, went to
first Miami's Ten Beet Dressed Women Eukert Sam, 1765 NW 66th St.
the movement the
Pennsylvania She inaugurated
and Queen for 1962 at the Second prize, 290 to Geneva
:anniversary of !her own mother's death in 1906. Hampton House Villa Pool patio Harrison, 1914' NW 6th Are.
The day has been dedicated by the late President 4200 NW 27th ave. on Friday, Third prize, 3149 to Louise Ber-
833 NW 75th St.
May 11 at 8:30 I plan, fourth An
who dead p.m. 16121NW
Woodrow Wilson to the memory of mothers are thony Bennett, 61st
The above picture is 1961
;and to the thought of mothers who are alive. Ten Beat Dressed Women and Terr. $395 down $74 Mo.
The observance is national in this country and is Queen: Mrs. Daisy Neal chairman: New 3 bedroom CBS. Tile
Dr. E. A. Ward, co-chairman.
(observed in more than 40 other countries.It Queen Geraldine Arrlngton roof and floors. Newly dec
has become a custom to send flowers and cards, Joycelyn Burroughs, Lona Sim. oratedl 'INo closing cost.
mons, Sybil Johncon, Gussie Er. Alphas to Meet
:and to carnation other flower in honor of
wear a red or I v'n, Isabelle Young, Georgia
your mother if she lives or if she is deiad, to wear a white I Clark, Carmen Jackson, Alice Beta Saturday Beta, Lambda May 12 chapter at 8 p.m.of, 4711 NW 16th Ave.

:flower. not Harrison shown.and Josephine: White Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity will $795 down $90 Mo.
MEMORIES meet In the Propellar Room of
The women, who have been the International Hotel. Coffee New custom built 3 bed.
Memories:: ? Mother 1 How can I forget? nominated iflor; three succenHve and Danish pastries will be serv. room CBS. Large screened
Your smiling eyes with sad mystery tinged: of years Fash'on will be this going/ to the Hall ed. Florida room. No qualify
Your helping hands, though labor wrought with tasks; year are: Mesdames Brothers and guests are invited
Portia Bannister Joyce. at $1.25 per person. The contestants ing, no closing costs
Mother! Your clear high laughter had a depth lyn Burroughs, and Alice Harrison. who are running for
That thrilled my heart and. lifted silence winged Congratulations! You are i I Miss Alpha Phi Alpha will be 1925 NW 49th St.
With boundless) joy. Thank' God I Memories last! still Dressed considered among the Best present. The final plan for culminating !.
Women of this area. the contest' will be discussed $495 down $75 Mo.
-Hilda A.
at this meeting.
lie lie Completely furnished 2-
NoticeThe bedroom, separate living
1962 PRIMARYNow American Legion, William May by TwilightAT room. No closings. Furniture
that the Primary is over, we have been check- Henry Bethel Post No. 281 and is worth $1,000.We .
ing to see just }how many winners were among the sew Auxiliary will sponsor a dance JACKSON'S TODDLEINN
Saturday, May 26 at 9
p.m. at have homes
enteen candidates we recommended. Here is a list of the Youth Center::: at Richmond many to
them: Heights. Pleare come out and choose from. Call or visit
Dante Fascell, U. S. Congressman, 3rd district. tnjoy You fie fun with the Legion. I Tonight 283 NW 79th St.
a-e invited Admission free.
Claude Pepper, U. S. Congressman, 4thf,district.; 04 PL 7.8456
.Henry Balaban, Judge of the Circut: Cuurt., '--.: .; : ...--..'.v.
Gene Williams, Judge of the Criminal,Court. i
Carey Matthev/r. Morida House of Representatives.Joseph I Store Hours:

Boyd, l' .'tro Commissioner. Dally 0 a.m. to 0 p.m. FOR THE
Tom Sasso, Ilctro Commissioner.Helen t Sunday 0 a.m. to 0 p.m. SHOES FAMILYSNAPPY'
Voaloh, Dade County School Board At the S.'RII! of the A&r .
J. C. Parker, Civil Court of Records. tower
James' High, top man, will go into runoff with incumbent -
Arthur Pattern for Metro Commissioner.Jim SNAPPYS Iona' tr
Hendrie, will go into a runoff with George Har- '
for the School Board. ; DISCOUNT SHOES

Hay Bradley, top against' Ernest Allen
man goes : ,
May\ 29 for Constable in district 2. NW 37th. St ,at NW 27fh Ave NEAR: N.w l: = '"

So we had nine winners and three runners-up, and

three top men. MEN'S LEATHER WOMEN'S
A record vote of 188,740 was cast on Tuesday, from
11,352 more than was cast in the 1960 Primary. DRESS & 97 DRESS & 1 97ZORi
Naturally we supported Metro and the NO's on the CASUALS from FLATS

bus question. There were 80,940 and 46,209 YES votes. j Values to $8.95 Choose from a
The general election will be held in November at wide variety of styles and colors _
which time Senator George Smathers' U. S. Representatives -'
Dante Fascell and Claude Pepper will run against
Republican nominees. J. C. McGlon opposes Fascell and
Robert Peterson or Paul McNeill opposes Pepper.

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On Saturday! May ISth seven hundred or more representatives /Values to $8.95

of community leadership from civic, religious, -
labor, management, fraternal and educational groups INFANTS
will go to Washington, D. C. to attend a> national meet- I S 27C
ing sponsored by the President's Committee on Equal I WALlitKb J 57C
Employment. The invitation comes from Vice President CHILDREN'S
Lyndon Johnson, chairman of the Equal Employment MEN'S WOMEN'S sizes 0 to

Committee. The purpose is to promote and insure for all -
Americans equal opportunity in employment with the

Federal Government and with contractors.The Sensational Values!
one-day conference will be held in the State
Department building.
There will be a workshop with outstanding chairmenand

t After studying equal opportunity problems and pro

grams Committee.recommendations will be made to the President's 97

Among Miamians attending the Conference will be
Dr. I. P. Davis, chairman of the Greater Miami Urban
League, and H. E. S. Reeves.
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public will have the pleasure of being guided PLAID STAMPS With Your Shoe PurchaseI

through the spacious and up-to-date Christian Hospitalon
Sunday May 13, since National Hospital l Day comes

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8ROWARDCOUNTY club competed for the titleof s' the "grufrid prize. A special
Miss Pre.Teen of Sunland event Is conducted each Friday
Park Center Mias Denise Bentley afternoon as a special treat to
the youngsters who attend the'
was honored to be crowned.
The other two competitors for playground aside from tlid, reg-
NEWS the crown and title wee Char. ular program routine on porto,
lotte Taylor and Loretta Cur. ring and singing games and
tis. .tol1.telling.Scotty's.

% The Star LJrfht .Comma.ndery -" -- --- '-
% .. WALTER"1iOWID.- will meet Sunday, 'May 13 at
the Masonic Temple on Pembroke.
--- Road.
Sometimes It is not possible The Carver Ranches fire De. r

for us to express ourselves or' Oriental TeaThe I partmcixt will hold Its regular Happy and cheerful Mothers' Bargain StoreCOME

our feelings by merely using meeting Monday night, May 14, Day to all mothers everyyhere.
words. We must then either use Phil os of Sigma Gamma it the Chamber of Commerce Yours Truly. '
Rho Sorority request the honor ONE, COME ALL
some other means or find I Building. All members, please be .
some :>f your presence at their Musical A wide
present. County. swim meet will 6124 NW 22nd Ave.
way. Tea Sunday May 13, 4 p.m. ILmR----r-i i be conducted at Sunland duringthe

When I find myself in this position it Liberty Square Center. Mrs. The Ebenizer' Baptist ChurchIn latter 'part of May. The meet Single Beds 8.50
Frankle Glover .
will be to and up
sometimes I sing, I dance Hallandale will observe open boy girl
and sometimes I cry within. At uitfih.ra D-y on May 13. All 10 through 17 years of age. Par. Double Beds 12.50 up
present I find it more practicalto W. Carver PTAThe members and friends are asked t.clpants are eligible to enter Chest 12.50
let someone else say in his .0 attend these services. Rev. 0. from ijurroundlmg counties.' Val. up
words the thins, or feeling last meeting of the G'eo.' W. Foster, pastor. uable awards will, be given to Dressers 4.50 up
which I, though aware of, can. W. Carver High School will be first: ..second,and third pjace'win.
not put into words.A Hid on Monday, May 14, 8 p.m. Sunday w.ll be Mother's Day ners These awards will be sup Refrigerators 25.00 up
a the School's auditorium. phed; by a local organization to
it Central Baptist Church: 600 Washers 25.00
MOTHER'S DAY ROSARY Guest speaker will be Judge SW ( th St., Wast Hollywood. be announced at a later date.A .
I am grateful for the divine 3coi J. Shepard of the Juvenile All women and friend are asked Rebuilt 29.95 up
mysteries of motherhood. Court. Judge Shepard will speak o be pres.tat\ at 3 p.m., Mrs. E. clock golf contest, comfit- Lamps 1.50
Whereby a human soul Is ere. on "Problems of Juvenile Delln- J. Clark in charge. Rev. E. J, Ing of approximately' 40 participants up
ated and sent out on Jta eternal 4 uency. Clark, pastor; Z. Newbold. re. was conducted at Walker Fans 4.50 up
pilgrimage". All parents and friends Inter. porter. Playground Friday afternoon '
:sted in the welfare of our child. from 4 to 6 p.m. Nathaniel Radios 5.50 up
I am grateful for the mother ren are asked to be pr '::ent.I Mobley was declared the champ. Cribs 7.50 up
who bore me and built my life I Roy Bentley, president; Mana. Participating gJrh in the ion of the event and was award-
out of hers; who nourished me tee Bannerman, principal., Little Homemakers Flash Lights 69c each
with her own body and walkedto Cooking
Class of Sunland Park I Shirts SOc
the brink of the grave that 1 I will re. up
might live.I Men's DayThe celve certificates Sunday after. I May by Twilight I Work Pants 60c each
noon, May 6, at 3 p.m. Different I
am grateful for the lovely Salter's Chapel AME skills, procedures, and methods AT JACKSON'S TODDLEINN Good Men's Shoes 1.50 up
nights when she wrestled with Church 27th ave. and 47th St. ''earned during the clans.will be I '
God, dreaming of the person she will celebrate I it* Men's Day demonstrated. The general pub. I Many. other odds and end's
would have me be. I am gratefulfor program Sunday, May 20 at 11 lie Is Invited to attend this won.
the warm bosom In which she o'clock. dertul event. I Tonight "
hushed me to sleep.: and for ten. I __ w .
der hands that caressed my 1 = .
cheeks. I am grateful for the FOR SALE -
volcfckts the unfailing
toll tude that prayers followed my child. LARGE HOME ON 1 ACRE

ish waywardness and her suffering Close to school and'! bus,
that brought me back to 3 big bedrooms, 2 baths, ANNOUNCING THE. OPENING OF THE
the path of rectitude. I am
grateful for the nameless out. big garage. Lots of extras
pourings of love that have rurnished or unfurnished!
guided my steps through dark. NE 4-4117
ness to light, over' high and low
54th St. Cut-Rate Store
$300 down
ways,' over smooth and roughp Drug
ace In .sorrow and Joy, In
failure and success. I am grate.

ful linger sacred for the for lIce: golden alteranal a benediction memories, too dxep,that too I, M usicians Wanted 1201 N.W. 54TH STREET PH. 7546401Owned

for analysis, too high for com.
prehension. FR 9.9430 :

I am grateful for all the and operated! by Irv Lampert, Fla Reg. Pharmacist and Joe Vessey,

mothers of men, whether of fleshor Rock and roll and
spirit, whose divine mission rhythm well known in Liberty City-formerly with J & J Drug Store.

to praise, yet
the world forgets
without whom life would haveno blues combo at the

I loveliness.am grateful for the faith Starlight Lounge :

abiding force of which these 20 SW 17th Ave.
mothers of oura are the lovllest
Author Unknown
,May God bless and keep you, Northwest Home o LIGHT BILLS o HAIR & HAIR GOODS

your boy Cousin.Musical .

Near Manor Park, modern HOURS 8 A.M. TO 11 P.M. EVERY DAY

MothersThe CBS, large lot, 3 baths, tiled

Mt. Zion Baptist Church Fla. room, heating-cooking Free fast Delivery Call 754-6401

Choir No. 2 Is sponsoring Us oak floors, ample closets,
fourth annual Musical Tributeto
$2,500 down
Mothers and fashion parade
on Mother's Day at 4 p.m. at $17,500 total, 1350 NW
Dixie Park auditorium 340 NW j
45th St.THANKS.
13th It. The public Is Invited.


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Chitterlings 10 lbs $1.69 Roll Sausage Ib Z30

Bacon.lb 350GRADE LB.
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Spare Ribs Ib 350 NECK BONES lb 15*

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Biscuits PILLSBURY OR BALLARD 3-250 6 for $1.00 McINTOSH

2 BUNCHES Real nice CBS home.Hardwood FOR SALE floor,tile bath,3 bedroom.. Apples
Good location. Reasonable down and monthly payment
Carrots 25C .. Call NE 4-0500 or' inquire. at store..: -:' 3 Ib bag 35*

I We,.' '. Cash Payroll. Checks- "- I- Cold- Beer At All -Times.. '.. -Open---. 24-. Hours A.-- Day I

CARRIAGE CLUBBREAD' Jewel Shortening 31bs 490
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Post Corn To sties ?12 oz ,)
Private Stock 2 oz jar 6 oz Grape Nut flakes 12 oz

Instant Coffee 25 59 Post Tens 39!

Towels while 2 for 350
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U.4'.I. ..T J.n.JI.iJJf.JrJ.YJ wt\&fiimtieif\. \&&<..i THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA I. :., ;,

I People Places Things COMMENTS HEADLINES: IN TILE NEWS, I SATURDAY. MAY 12, 1962.----. _. _.. ._._ ._ PAGE_ 7 :at''{j

"Bishop and wife ousted from It would have been nicer" to ten I am a&tisfitd with what I :, '
BV LAWRENCE BERT COOPERWE church on prostitution charge." prosecute wed and unwed fath. I
write, yet I know I'm far from
___ .r... .rrr ___or___.r_.r.r'Nr.Nr.. ., ... ,., I t tTh'e ers! Selah!
--------A'&' &'&'&'A' .A.'AU.\ A' .Ir '4 Jrr.J'Z perfection. ,
good "bishop" of Tampa .
WERE very much crarpris. because we remembered how un. and his State Mother wife should In Los Angeles Mrs Eunice Grab that pencil, and get the ,I
ed to learn that more than 76 unfairly, even to the point of not find it hard to get in business Driver came home and found lead out! You have a delightful .'
Negroes were operating or In the brutality many Negro patrons after, all, it's the oldest pro. her front door had, been atolen. style. You may think it's a pas. .0
process of operating Miami's were treated years ago. fusion in the world! A< neighbor dd: it. sins fancy, but I don't fancy
Metropolitan buses on routes oth. Drivers, especially on route 14 v Comment: Open bouts at the passing up your column In other .
or than those predominantly Ne. used to carry pistols and black Given One way Uc. Drivers tonight! words, I think it's all.write! a
gro. That's as it should have Jacks to gee that "Cullud folks kets to the North" George Savitt, press represent '
Sincerely, ;
been. We also laughed up our staid in dere place." So help me* Dy George, !it's strange what a ve for Baha'l Assembly of George Savitt
sleeves at the Bus Drivers Union Folk were beaten, pistol whip. crackpot, mentally unbalanced Miami and conductor of the col.
because they struck and left ped, pregnant women included. racist's mind can think of againsthis umns PUN PHUN and PHIL OS. Hot riffgltyj! That's, by George!
hundreds of buses idle and And then they were arrested and fellowman. SOFER, had this to gay: (Not a pun, Just an expression)
thousands of riders stranded chunked in )Jail for disturbing ..
Somone should -- -- -
Then Metro took over and hired the peace. start a fund to Dear Bert:
I its own drivers and many N!. The great hand of Providence relocate eta to South all crackpot Africa!segregation We'come back to the pages of CIIKAPKR MONEY\
groes applied and were acceptedas reached out and erased all that the Miami Times" I can't see why Not at tho Satellite With live
operators. Yeah, we laughedat and prophesied things to come. The Illinois Public Aid Com. yau get cold sweat on reading music every mite, our prices are
the striking drivers, and did your words. The the lowest
We think the changing mission! dropped only reasonable in town. Your money
not have any pity for them. It plexlon is healthy and the contact com. cute unwed mothers to prose. answer id that all intelligent and l'wta longer when you enjoy oiiirflXJiiosiwric
that's a sin, I'll on Sunday.We these driv should the j 1'!an have gone thru Is always a little bit of space And MIYO' some money,
ers make should
help to cement then, lawdy the detention
homes between them and
didn't feel any remorse I better race relations. We know would have perfection. BATKMJTK LOUNGH
been loaded,
worries me because so of. 0:::::. NW '7lh sire



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PAGE 8. '.,:. :,_,j' '. SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1962 The Pink Carnation Circle Any''oJ' knowing the whereabouts com Th r"'tu Gold of a 'group Coast of Secretaries local
v ,r \. will present Mrs. Josephine of HOWARD WILLIAM, retaiies and was formed sec.
a few
County Home GroupTo -Special MeetingThe Mallory and C. C. Miller In a Negro, 6> ft., about 30 years old, years ago tor the purpose of
Sung/ Recital May 20 at 4 p.m. flattop haircut works cleaning raising' funds fcr charity,
Sing .. Tuokegee Alumni at St. Agnes Parish Hall, 1740 yards. Kindly have him contact This group this. ,year decided
chapterof NW 3rd court. Plenty of park. Sirs.
f Miami meets JojAnne Whitfield, 263 Bron- to sponsor! a rummage sale In or
Next Sunday evening the 12 ar., 8 p.m. in Saturday the beautiful May ing. son. Ave.,, Rochester, New York. der to raise the necessary funds"Previouly ,
choia.eera and Junior Group of
FA 81180. A
25.00 reward will the
lounge of Ora proceeds from
D. Taylor Realty, the
the Dade County Children'sHome be given.
4208 NW 7th annual Hamet Mo ave have
will be singing at St. John You been .donated in the P.1t.l.aChlldren
Baptist Church, 1328 NW 3rd Reports and, future businessare Society.-- --- --'lflf'"''
avRev.. Tnedford Johnson on the agenda, also plans Mrs. Harriette Gordon of Personal Mention The sale wjll be held May 12
pa'u.or.' The same evening at will b MOM'S KITCHEN 6551 SW ,
;arranged for a free trip at 59th' place South
8:30: they will be guest lingers to Nassau for some deserving wish to thank her many, many ,Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fleming Miami.
at St. Paul AME Church, Rev. member These' plans will be dls. friends for their cards and get. were visitors here for ten daysas
M. J. Faison, pastor. The churchis cussed fully at this meeting.A well wishes extended due ng her guests at the Fontainebleau
located on 19th St. and 4th report Js anticipated from recent operation. May God continue Hotel. They are cousins of Misses May by TwilightAT
court. to bless all. Eloutee and JACKSON'S
you Evelyn Gardner, TODDLEINN
our members who
recently at.
They will be directed by Mr. tended 2046 NW 69th St. She Is chief
and Mrs. Robert Bryant who are Institute.clacs reunion at Tuskegee clerk for Adam Clayton Powellat
staff members at Kendall. Mrs. BEAT THE HEAT the White House. He Is an
Mattie Brown, will be In charge Refreshments and entertain !Meet your friends at the engineer In Washington, D. C. Tonight
of the junior singers. merit after the business session. SATELLITE. Day timers enjoy:
Alfonso Williams, supervisorof Mrs Ora D. Taylor is president. air conditioning anywhere. Don't, -- __-C ___ ::.
Division "B" at Kendall will our atmosphere with the coolest
represent the' institution. lay round the house with noth.
Save a Life Ing to do, come to the .

Bulls MeetThe Win Track 1- Drive Carefully! 0222 a ,SATELLITE NW 7th Ave. r-P1l1Jr.: .

Northwestern High School I ox 1-7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St.
Bulls won a district track and' DOROTHY NOW SHOWING
field meet held last Friday at DANDRIDGEIs
Moore Park. The Bulls scoreda
total of 60 joints to carry off dynamite in this strange story of a relationship
top honons. The North Dade \
Thunderbirds were second with that explodes in passion and violence in
55y2 points, the Carver Hornets
were third with 53. The Mays
Rams had 43 and the Booker T. I I
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recall that some years ago
I while taking a course in sales.

aanch.p, our instructor informed ALONG ROAD
I ARCHIE us that a signed contract
r was actually a "meeting of
FINDER ] minds;" a satisfactory agree. By RUTH PERRY
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fF people. ._ I
I c; t-rv and Since that time, in my dally This week marks the beginningof trated mainly on Its fight for
AS Till ALPHAS Launch their day, May 9 about the 1962 membership drive of
work and in my thoughts flirt-class citizenship for Negro
scholarship fund contest you'll his Calypso All.stars, featuring world conditions the idea of a the Miami branch of the NAACP.
Lord America the
Lord Sivkie Staten Association has
ba seeing these young ladles meeting of minds has become Many volunteer workers have
Robert along with Calypso Wes- already shown their Interest in always recognized that the test
more clear to me. I realize that
6ekng: support. Here's a the All-Star
your ey are planning whatever is accomplished In this the campaign, but it any of the: of minorities. whether these
attle data on the future "Miss Florida tour They closed a 3- minorities be racial
world is done through cooperation readers of this column would religious or
Alphas," meet:* I week engagement at last St. week.Petersburg and agreement. like to Jo.n in the drive, please of a democracy is its treatment

Colypso Room Perhaps the most importantarea contact the NAACP office 809 foreign.bora. This Is why the
PB in which agreement is nec. NW 3rd ave., or Mrs. Marian NAACP has fought through the

UP lUG JAX way, Archie Pop canny (and undoubtedly moat Muldrow, membership chairman. courts to see that justice was
Trio Duke brought not only to Negroes, but
Taylor's former human being throughout the
Jenkins. drummer) is at the world will agree on this,) is In to other minority groups as well.
there. ILt has Perhaps some of you think the
Lounge Thisof
Edgewood the field of universal peace.
work of the NAACP is over, because .
he styling of our Hampton course will come only after a
.louse and Jacksonville only meeting of minds on our local we have come such a distance the years since the issuance
in the Freedom.It of Abraham Lincoln's .
PB and federal level, for we cannotbe Fight for Emancipation
at peace with the world whilewe ia true that many things have Proclamation great progress
CAROLYN EADY, the little lady are not at peace with our happened s.nce the National As. has been made toward the ful.
r.'th' the boss voice Is now appearing fellowmen locally, )Uatewlde or sociatlon for the Advancement fillment of the American dreamof
> on Miami Beach nits club. nation-wide. (Racial segregation. .:>f Colored People was started in the equality of mankind For
r Jarolyn: got her first start at tots please: note. 1909. During the years that fol. this progress, the NAACP has
Porter 2640 NW Clyde Killens Knight Beat lowed the devotion and fortitude been largest responsible With.
Alfredia !
,::tub Mi in the Entertainment Over 50 years ago Abdul Baha, jf many Americans who were out its unrelenting, uncompromising .
156th St.. Alfredia is employedas .Gunge, Bobby Marchan and Phil noted Persian sage, emphasizedthe dedicated to the ideal of de. and insistent struggle for
secretary to Atty. James W Harris along with Jo Ann and importance of a meeting of aiocrucy, has overturned many full constitutional rights all citizens .
Matthews in Opa Locka. She la A 'wo bands will pay special trib- minds on a universal seal*. He (obstacles in the path of racial and its consistent adher.
graduate of Northwestern High ate to mothers on .this speical said, There is not one soul. justice. All of us are especially ence to the nation's highest
and is a freshman at Dade Coun- lay This stellar attraction is a' whose conscience does not testify aware of the past few years, as Ideals, far less. would have been
Junior College Her field Is 2 weekend affair at the House of that in this day there la no carrier after barrier has fallen accomplished.The .
year sp. degree legal secretary. Jntertainera: as my friend K. C. more Important matter in the before the determination of free
Alfredia is a Dade County real, jmith says: There's always world than that of Universal dom fighters throughout Ameri NAACP has won victory
dent. jomething, happening at Club Mi Peace but the wise souls who cat after victory accomplishing the
L Ed Cook, the Nassau Daddyf are aware of the essential relationships seemingly impossible in Its un.
Station WMBM is again leav. emanating from the But we must not become too relenting struggle against race
y 3 ng the Miami scene and will be realities of things consider the complacent, nor must we forget h'atq. bigot and violence. Con.
I aeard on WAOK in Atlanta start, one single matter cannot, by it. that prejudice is always with us sider how you live today, even
4 h ng next week. self, influence the human real and can take many forms. Incur granting that much remains to
;ty as it ougrt and should own area here in Miami, be done, and how your parents
for until the mind of men become i codltions are perhaps good as or grandparents lived. We have
HATTIE FERGUSON" a n d united, no Important mat. any area In the South regardingrace come a long way along the roadto
Joe Louis Paul evchanged nup. ter can be accomplished. At relations. But prejudice canetrike freedom. But the strength of
tlal vows April 28 Hazel piesentunlversal peace Isa any time, 'any place, or the NAACP lies in its member.
Williams and Reuben Miller had present, universal peace is a anyone. I am sure most of my ship, and the devotion of these
theirs the same day Mrs. matter of great importance, but readers have noticed TV and members to the Ideals of our
Eliza Austin, wife of William unity of conscience Is essential news accounts of the put few country. That is why Member.
.Bill Austin (the barber) died so that the foundation of this days telling of the apprehensionof ship Drives are important. Thatis
!In Key West. Funeral services matter may become secure, Us several men who had been fol. why your membership Is Im.
Alvilda Marie Ferguson FloydIs Sunday at Zion AME Church. establishment firm and its edifice lowing a pattern of hate -"'In portant. If you are not alreadya
te daughter of Mr. and Mrs Her son, Bill Austin has been in strong." this Instance, against Jews and member, plan to join during
Harold C. Ferguson of 1814 NW Key West for some time due to Some people, saying that human their place of worship the current Drive. Remember
67th St., She graduated from ala mother Illness. My sympa.to nature cannot be changed, PREJUDICE IS DANGEROUSIt that the Fight for Freedom Ls
>Jt' Dorsey High School where she. the family. dout the ability of man to reach is the responsibility of every
< was very popular as a leading much a high goal. Abdul Baha a peculiar thing about American. Freedom is assured
? 1' majorette for six years. She at. GRAND WAY, the 54th St. dispels these doubts, saying, is bigotry filled or with prejudice hate ; If a person only when It is shared by every.
tended Dethune Cookman Col. Discount Shopping Center, has "A few unaware of the power taro against a cer. one.Dugie's.
Icge ':'n Daytona Beach to win a ust about every request for latent in human endeavor, con. race, or people of foreign
B. S, degree In physical education .hoppers convenience. The centrally alder this matter as highly impracticable origin it Is almost certain that
in 1957. located chopping eented, nay, even beyondthe sooner be or later this prejudice will
She teaches at North Dade lot so long ago was one of our scope of man's utmost ef. used skin against colors different creedsor Guest House
H'fh!'. and the sponsor of the eadlng advertiser. T am deeply forts. Such is not the case bow. words also. In other
majorettes and the modern rateful for many pages of ad. erer. On the contrary, thanks to a smoke, bigotry is something like The house of clean rooms
dance /ertisement along with their the unfailing grace of God, theloving screen that permeatesa
group.PB air practice of employment. As kindness ot Ills favored heart person's is filled whole with being! if one Open 24 hoars NE 4-3851
shopper (regular customers) as ones, (Hid Prophets) the un. not hatred, It is
KNIGhT LIFE ours truly, continue to make rivalled endeavors of wise and involved long, before and the, emotions are Seeing is Believing

CARL BIUCE, the popular this 12th ave. site the answer to capable souls (His disciple) ance are lost in reason and' totor. See us for clean rooms
Nassau crooner, la seen about heir every day need and savings, and the thoughts and ideas of and prejudice.The a maze' of tear

I the spots in the company of (ou can rest assued for qualityind the peerless leaders of this age, NAACP has long known 2941+ NW 47th St., Miami
another vocalist, and at nothing whatever can be regard.
a favorite economy your request at these facts and this Is
tongbird of mine E. Lois Fore. Grand Way. ed as unattainable." one of the Jamaica Dugie
reasons tor dts long and contlu- always a
As the beloved Jesus II a i d,
Enter-tainment'Lounge ous fight throughout the friend
\ "Wise men thia is Impossible; While years.
i Satch Robinson la known as Drive I but with God all things are pos.sible. NAACP baa concen INDF
outstanding when it cornea to I Carefully! ." (Matt. 19:26)

!emceeing When Satch opened the _._
Entertainers Club (formerly the
Jim Jam and Mi) his mastery of MEAT MARKET

the affa'rs was highly applaud. WE WILL BUILD ON YOUR lOTNO
ed .. The James E. Scott Com.

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.I' May 17 at 6:46 at its central of. .
flee, 1133 NW 66th St. Dinner .
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May 20 They say 1t should
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r be good, that presentation of
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Day will be held Sun. 1747 N W. 3rd Are.

day May 27. Our morning: speaker Our Sunday School is continuously .
I will be Mrs Mamie Gill. Mr*. progressing under the
'Gill is active in the James E. new eot-up, having a different
I'J Cf Scott Community Association.She superintendent each month, that
to Id a teacher at Youth Hall, Is In effect Sips Annie William
e trdi and is a participant in many civic very successfully completed her
groups of note. term as superintendent for the
We are proud to be honoredby month of April. We bad a totalof
Mrs. Gill in th's' manner. On 400 people to attend Sunday
: the afternoon of May 27 between School during the month of
4.6 pm. the final program for April. A gold pin was given to &
MT. ZION AME CHURCHOpa Woman's Day will be held. Mrs. the clam who brought in t bit
Spero Cokine will chair: the pro. largest amount of offering: duringthe
Men Raise
SaintlPaul Locks Ffe. gram of "Hats Extraordlnalre." month. This is one of the
Rev. H. E. Green pastor On Wednesday May 9 the several programs that have been
There will be a tea given at Senior Choir sponsored a mui-: !- designed to create Interest and
6379.31 For Men's Day the parsonage on Mother's Day cal program with guest choirs Inspiration in our Sunday School.
from 4 to 6 .in by Sister 'ReesleBamberg'a participating' on behalf of the The monthly chorus revival

auxiliary in honor of Woman's Day program We ex. will be held Sunday, May 6, at
our pastor's mother. tend our thanks especially to the
ST. LUKE BAPTISTRev. Choir No. 1 and usher board Mrs. Ursula Higgs, director of Temple.ALMOST

P. W. Williams pastor No. 1 will sponsor a baby con. our choir, Mrs. Louis! Faniel.
test the fourth Sunday. Everyone president of the senior choir of
Usher board No. 1 invites you is asked to cooperate. Grace, and to all participating U)' MRS YOUKLLA DROWN
x to a "Secret Teenage Wedding." guests. I The seat that my mother used to
4ty ea Sunday May 13 at 3 p.m. at the This Saturday beginning' at G occupy
home of Sister Bertha Harris St. Matthew' FreewillLast pm. the Youth Fellowship will Is vacant for evermore.

2927 NW 55th St. Donation 50c. Sunday Rev. W. W. have a sale to Increase the Youth She's taken another seat In a
I The pulic is Invited 2014 NW 5th Court treasury at the home of Jackie home on high
Rev. J. B. Woodley pastor Faniel, president 2106 NW 73rdSt. On a very distant shore.
Nathaniel Thomas, reporter Etopl Please don't sit In that
MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. There will be a party at the Congratulations to Mrs. Spero chair

E. M. Thomas, pastor home of Joe A. McNeil Saturday Parker Cokine for receiving the It's Mother', don't you see?
Phyllis Myers, reporter night at 2103 NW 76th St.. Each honor of "Senior Citizen of the I can almost smell the sweet
and everyone are welcome to Month" also to Mrs. Hershel smell of her hair,
Sunday May 13 the deaconess attend. Sponsored by choir No. 2. Peterson for receiving a gold And almost feel the touch of her
board will sponsor a Mother's Worship together this week, watch and citation from the knee.
Day program at 3 p.m. Anyone you need not walk alone. Daryl Industries, Inc. Both pore Her sweet bright voice I hear
I wishing, to come to this program isons are pictured In the May no more,
may do so, our doors are always issue, Unlimited Magazine I miss the touch of her hand
open to anyone BAHA'I ASSEMBLY She now lives with children on
another shore
Sis. Brooks Is still sick but M.ss: Lorraine Busted memberof NEW BETHEL BAPTIST As they play on the golden sand
she la at home now. We are pray. the Baha'i Assembly of Miami
J ing for her to have a speedy re. 1571 N. W. 68th Terr
---- will speak at the Baha'i Center, Rev Erneet Williams Shhhl DonTt shout too loudly
GRADY LEE, Chairman' covery. 137 NW 11th ave., 8 p.m. Sun. Deacon Fred Williams pastor reporterOn Maybe Mother wants to peak,

The 6th Sunday marked the day May 13. Her subject "will be"God's last Sunday our pastor delivered I can almost hear her voice

closing of another Men's Dayat TEMPLE BAPTIST Legacy to Man. The a most inspiring sermon talking proudly
public is cordially invited to at.
And almost feel her hand on my
and It
was enjoyed by all.
St, Paul. The men went be. Rev. L. A. Thompson pastorMother's tend. Phone Secretary, FR This Sunday morning after cheek
yond expectation raising a totalof 1-5420 for further information.! )
the service there will be baptism. Her footsteps are forever stilled,
$6,379.31. Our Men's Day Day will be fittingly There will be a sale on Sat. I hear them no more on the
chalrmna Lee wishes to observed with timely messages
Grady stairs
thank tre members who worked and music. The oldest mother ...Church of God in Christ urday at the home of Sister The void she left cannot be fill.
Brannon, 1531 NW 67th St. The
will be
and the Queen
so cooperatively and our many 1809 NW 5th Avenue public is invited to worship withus. ed,
friends who helped to make this and Princess for the day, the world
Elder J. C. Jackson pastor And I am here with a of
mother having the largest num.
the It Without
Day success was.
McCall cares
Ira Jr
., reporter
your help, we would not have ber of children and grandchildren Mother's Day is to be observed 0, please walk 'ever co lightly
reached our goal. present will also receive GET AWAY Mother's
at our church on Sunday. Let us I can almost hear my
then all motherswill
special honors
Happy chatter eager; voice step,
come out and honor our moth.
I Iera.
We will expect you to worship be tagged by their children. There will be a special treat t'lprcNMlitg things that make life I know she walks where the
with the
us The young people, under
for all mothers. living. Beautiful music stars shine rightly,
sick members are Mrs. direction of Mrs. A. Newbold' You and yours are always welcome that make conversation a plena And the streets are nicely kept.
Strachan will
and V.
Mrs. prei -
Carrie Bradswell and Mrs. Inez to attend our church. ant outlet at the end of a hectic
Sheffield. i Ient their Mother's Day program day. Thatb our act, up at tho Yes, I can almost hear her
at 5 p.m. SATELLITE. Decor voice
And atmosphere today
The 30th anniversary of t h ,. ST. MARY'S W. M. tltat' surely out of this Tho' it's stilled forevermore
church and pastor will be ob. world. Because she' waiting for her
Mother's Day at uerved next week. Various pas Sunday is Mother' Day. The Every nits Satellite Lounge, children on the milky way
tors and their congregations will youth of the church will be in 02215 NW 7th Ave. In her home on the distant shore
Greater services. I charge. They are sponsoring a
BethelThe be in charge of the .
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Monday night through Thurs program morning night. Theyare ----1 iWJ .ij'Il"iiI"; "
Mothers and daughters of day and the celebration will close asking the public to come "Living Service for the
Greater Bethel will be In chargeof on Sunday May 20. and worship with them.
the morning service which will The Red Circle, Mrs. Miriam Usher board No. 1 will cele.
began at 11 a.m. They are plan. Hepburn director will present brate its 38th anniversary May
nlng an enjoyable get-together "Talent Unlimited" on Sunday, 20 at 3 p.m. The public is Invited .
fellowship for you. May 20 at 3 p.m. Some of the to come and celebrate with
moot. outstanding talent of the us. Refreshments will be served Living".t
Rev. S. A. Cousin the pastor county are listed to appear on after the program at the church
will preach. Music, wilt be fur. this program. The public Is In. hall.We
nished by the Gospel Choir. vlted. are praying for our sick
Mothers and daughters are I and shut-in

kindly asked to occupy the same
pews. The public Is invited to Church of The Open Door
be present ST. BARNABAS W. M.
Rev. II. C. McDowell pastor
A. E. McNeal, reporter Rev. E. A. Culmer pastor
Mrs. S. Dawkins reporter
r Mother's Tea AtSalter's Rev H. C. McDowell, pastorA. Sunday School 9:30
E. McNeal, reporter Morning service 11:00 Oscar L. Range funeral Home
Sunday, May 12, a "Red Let Evening service 7:00
Chapel ter Day". Quite a few things Sunday School was opened by M. Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range, "' ,r.

There will be a special pro. will be happening. An orchid to Mr. Helen Bethel. Devotional 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue
the Church of the Door's mother classes took their respective
gram and Tea at Sailer's Chapel
jt the OX 1-0131 OX 1-4343
AME Church Mother's Day Sun. year.Infants places with their teacher
will be b:1: tlzJ. A
Morning worship was led by
4 until
day. May 13 from p.m.
group of young people who have the lie
I pasted lectured for elht
6 A fabulous has
p.m. program
been in the pastor' training minutes we then went' into tu.
been planned especially for your class will be confirmed. New tlmofclal' service
entertainment featuring the Remarkable members will be taken into the Everyone was spiritually blessed .
Reuben Mitchell as our church and the Sacrament of and one member joined the Central Life Insurance Co. of florida
guest artist, along with many Holy Communion will be given. Christian family.

other talented artists Your presence is a must. Evening devotion was led by "VOUH FRIENDLY CO'IPANY"MODERN
Mrs. Walton Robinson will be Circle II of the Fellowship will the pastor Holy Communion was
the principal ..peaker.'We're meet at 10 a.m. Sunday at the administered morning and even. AND ATTRACTIVE POLICIES FROM
church. All members are urgedto
hoping that all husbands ing.
and sons will escort their moth. attend. Sunday, May 13 let us pay $1,000.00 UP TO $50,000.00
Last Sunday everyone enjoyedthe homage to our mothers Those
ers and wives out to enjoy this
feast as It baa been planned ea. report coming from Laymen who are with us and those who Whole Life Endowment Educational
pecially for them. Hurd, McCall Sims and Crowder are far away from us, may God
who attended a weekend meeting bless everyone. Mortgage Redemption

This tea 1. sponsored In the at Avon I'ark.ANTIOCH. Visitors are always welcomeLet
interest of our forth coming us visit the sick and Bhuttos. Retirement Combination HospitalAnd
Men's Day drive by group 17 .
captain, Johnnie Mocley. BAPTIST Home

+ Rev J. W. Stepherson, pastor BETHTEL BAPTIST

MT. CARMEL M. BAPTIST M, T. Copeland, reporter Richmond HeightsRev. _
Sunday, May U, 2 to 5 p.m. L. R. Boas, pastor Family Group Plan
Rev. D. A. Bradley pastor at the church the Missionary So. Bettye )Melton reporterA
Mrs. Christine Cherry reporter ciety will sponsor a Mother' Mother' Day Musical will Father, Mother and all Children Under 21 Years of

The month of May Is known M Day Tea. Special guest will bth be held at the church Sunday, Age Insured Under One Policy
Men Month here at the church Brownsville Junior High May 13 at 3 p.m. This event Is
and we are asking our friends to School chorus, under the direc. sponsored by member of Circle New-Borns Automatically Insured After 15 Days
come out and see our brothers in t.on of L. Speed. All member No. J.All persons desirous of
action. Sunday being Mother's and friend are !invited. purchasing tickets may do so REPRESENTATIVES AND BRANCH OFFICES

Day we are aslkng everyone to Baptism will be held on Saturday through donations. Everyone 1* STATEWIDE IN FLORIDA AND ALABAMACall
wear your flowers for your May 12 at 5 p.m. You invited to attend
mother. are more than welcome to witness For a day of great spiritual ea.llgbtment for representative In your city for additional

this service attend our Sunday iaforaatieaI
Tuesday night prayer Pray ,for and visit our sick servlcei. An open Invitation 1*
to still re.
We would like for you extended to you.
and hut-In
member the sick and shut-ins.


THE MIAMI TIMES __ MIAMI, FLORlbA 1 IN MEMORIAM, ... pm Perrine, Mt., with Moriah Rev.Baptist W. C.Church Edcar,

PAGE 12 SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1962 In Loving Memory of Our DEATHS officiating. Interment will be in
Mother and Grandmother Lincoln Memorial Cemetery.

r:<' ,- 'jf\l A -.J .... SISTER LULA WALKER, of 1879
N.W. 70th St., died May 9 in
Francis Brooksville, Florida. She is survived -
CARDS MEMORIALS by her mother\ Mrs. Lizzie 1
EBENEZER EDWARD HAMILTON Edwards; two sisters, Mrs Haftta
pt pf 1514 N.W. 73rd; $t., diedat Freeman and Mrs. Irean Edwards; .
Jackson Memorial Hospital on two brothers, Henry Lloyd and Elmer :
May 6th. ,Funeral services will Edwards a brother.in.law,
I IN MEMORIAMIn I I'N MEMORIAM be held at New Bethel Baptist James Freeman; one niece, one ]
I Church in Liberty City on Sat.;
nephew and one cousin. Funeral
Loving Memory fo In Sad but Loving Memory of My
May 12, at 2 p.m. with Rev. Ernest services will be held Tuesday 1
T>"'Ar :Mother Dear HusbandMR.
Williams Remains are
... officiating. Walker Temple Elder Edward ]
> N now in repose in the chapel and Myers officiating (
will remain until funeral /time
Saturday afternoon. Survlors Include MRS. EMILY FLYNN, of 1849 1
his wife, Lillian; two daugh N.W 66th St., died May 6 at Jackson
ters, Beatrice and Rosena; two Memorial Hospital. She is
n'u sons, Edward and Charles: four survived by her husband, Robert, :
sisters, including Mrs. Elsada father Hezekiah Mahone; four Y
Green; three brothers:; ''L sister.. Mesdames Ola Mae Griffin ]

r Viola Summersett, Susie Mae
rye I1 !1 MRS. ESTHER MACKEY\ (Better Street and Lonnie Lee Jones; three 1
4 t known as JACKIE MELVEN), of brothers, Isaih and Sidney Ma- I
N 1339.A N.W. 5th Ave., died at her hone; several nieces and nephews.
f home on May 7th. Funeral ser "
f Funeral services will be held Sat
+ 3 4 vices will be held at Francis Funeral
Mc urday May 12, 12 noon at Antioch ,
--...,"lir ,Y--F Home Chapel on Friday May Baptist Church, Rev. Foster officiating .
11, at 2 p.m. with Rev. Aaron D. Interment will be in
ESSIE McKELVINwho Hall, pastor of Ebenezer Method Evergreen Cemetery. 1
departed this life May 6, 1961 *st Church, officiating. Survivors
You are gone but not forgotten. include her mother, Mrs. Rachel ARMOND ROLLE, of 2340 N.W
Sleep on and rest in peace; we Mackey; one sister, Mrs. Mary J53rd St., Opalocka, died May 4
love you dear mother, but God Foulkes of Brooklyn N. Y.; one at the Veterans Administration
loves you best. You will always orother, Lawrence. Hospital in Coral Gables He is
remain in our hearts. survived by his mother, Mrs. Hen I
e i Daughters: tIRS.\ ELLAREE SCOTT, of 5850
rietta Burrows of New York: 'four 1
V NANCY WILLIS, N.W 15th Ave., Apt. 5, died at sisters and two brothers of New
? LESSIE LYNCH, Jackson Memorial Hospital on York; two uncles Oratio Johnson I'
-'_.titd3i .6_. ,r LAVERNE ROUNDTREE, Sunday April 29. Remains were and Rev. J. L. Johnson of Miami: '
: SOLOMON DOSTER I ESSIE MAE McKELVIN. hipped to Ideal, Georgia on Thurs two aunts, Mrs. Lillian Curtis and i
MRS. REATHER Jay, May 3 at 10 pm for final
who departed this life May 13,196C who passed away May 15, 1960 I! lil I r MEMORIAMIn I rites and burial. Survivors include Mrs. Fredericka Sutherland of J
Miami. Funeral services held
May she rest in peace and light Gone but not forgotten. I miss her husband, onesister were
perpetual shine upon her. you very much. Sad but Loving Memory of I Mrs. Allie lIezekiahr'e of Wednesday in the Range Funeral 1
Home Memorial
Chapel Rev. L.
CLARENCE Macon, Ga.; two nieces, Mrs. Dora A.. officiating. Inter
thy Solomon and Mrs. Mary Gol-- ment was in Evergreen Cemetery. :
phin; and a Nephew, Willie Wil-

of 15955 N.W. 27th Ave, Opa- II
Loving Memory of Our The family of the Late locka died May 5 at Mt. Sinai Hos I

Dear Daughter and GranddaughterMRS. .....____._ ......__..uu..u..u. _'. 3ange pital. She is survived l fy:; her
FLOSSIE MAE HODGE 1 husband. Henry; two daughters
who departed this life May,10,1953 ,ABON WILSON, formerly of Mimi Mrs. Alice Edwards and Miss De- !
Sleep on dear daughter and take : died May 3 in DannemoraState loris Robinson; a son, Walter; two ;;
your rest; We loved you but Jesus jt g Hospital Dannemora, N. Y sisters Mrs. Gladys Goodwin of '
loved you best. a :fe is survived by his mother, Ma New York and Mrs. Lucille Rosen-! :
MRS. NETTIE SMITH, ff'P K )le of Opa-locka; his father Gus: blum of New York?' one brother,
Your Mother: hree brothers, Willie, Samuel and Edward of Jacksonville, Fla.; one I
MRS. LILLIE bAYS;' ;harles; three uncles, one aunt, niece, 11 grandchildren. Funeral I
Grandmother; and FAMILY ,wo nephews. Funeral servicesvill services will be held Saturday, 1
f be, held Saturday, May 12, 10 May. 12 4 p.m., Walker's Temple I
., im. in the Range Funeral Home 1789 .N.W.. 69th Ter Elder Edward -
3 CARD OF THANKS r Memorial Chapel. Interment will Meyers officiating. Inter
;. follow in Evergreen Memorial Ce- ment will be in Evergreen Cemetery
The Family of the Late netery. .
takes this method of expressing its Y .WILLIAM ALONZA SMITH, of BEVERLY WIMMS, the daughterof
thanks to the many friends, neigh H6 N.W. 11th St., died May 4 at Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Wimms,
bors and relatives for the many 4 Jackson Memorial Hospital. He of 5063 N.W. 27th Ave. died May
acts of kindness and sympathy: Y Is survived by his wife, Vercilla; 9 at Jackson Memorial HospitalOther ,

shown during its hours of bereavement .! ",..._._ ,._-.,,,,,,-...-,,,-- ..--- a sister, Emmie Anderson of N. Y.; survivors include her grandparents
Special thanks to the neigh. one niece Mrs. Mildred Austin; Mr. and Mrs. Early Strick
bors of 14th Terrace, 14th Street, MRS. IDA MAE LEMON five nephews, Alfonzo Austin, land and Mrs. Nancy Mae Wimms;
and N.W. 1st Avenue; to the Rich who departed this life May 14, 1957 James Austin, Herton Brown, Les. two brothers and four sisters. Fu
ardson Funeral Home, and also Gone, but will never be forgot :er Johnson and Robert Parks Fu neral services will be held Monday

many thanks to New Hope Primi, 4 ten. neral services are being held Friday 10:30: a.m. in the Range Funeral -
tive Church and auxiliaries r S 'BQ 'A Loving and kind in all her ways Home Chapel
Baptist _. May 11, 2 p.m., Church of the I
________+ __ 'n Upright and just to the end of her
Rev. II, C. Samuels, Pastor, Rev. Incarnation Father Elisha Clark,
Brown Rev. Aaron D. Hall and STEVENSON BATTONwho days; Celebrant. Interment will be in !
Rev. P D. Brantley Thanks to passed April 2, and Sincere and true in her heart and Evergreen Cemetery Albert .

many others that space will not was laid to rest April 10 mind; MRS MARTHA BRYANT, of 1704
allow us to mention. takes this method of expressing A beautiful memory she left be LETCIIER BRUTON, of 18025 N.W. 1st PI, died in Jackson Memorial
THE FAMILY thanks and appreciation to the hind. Homestead Ave., Perrine, died
I many friends and neighbors who And in silent sorrow It's nothing May 4 at his residence. lie is May 9 May at 3. Friendship Services were held
were so kind during their hour of I can do, survived by four sisters, Mesdames
MEMORIAM I I to live better life Church Rev. W. E. Sims pastor.
bereavement. Thanks for your Except a ) Bernice Allen, Stella Johnson, Es- Her survivors include husband
cards, flowers, letters, telegramsand In memory of you. sie Brown and Eaula Dye; two one
and in
In Loving Memory of Our son daughter law, mother
brothers Fletcher and Wardell
Beloved Mother all kind of gestures of sym ; two sisters, one brother and two
pathy. Special thanks to the Daughter; one niece. Funeral services will
(, rf.. ,''.-.' '1i .-1tJP'f': ""'''''' Marker Funeral Home and Rev. MRS. OZULA WRIGHT LANE, be held Saturday, May 12, 2:30: grandchildren.
.fU: .,1 ..r' t 1 P. W. Williams and members of Sister. MRS OLIVIA E. BRACEFUL, who

''!'(,!, the St. Luke Baptist Church. Again CARD OF THANKSThe resided at 16530 N.W. 18th PI.,

;,:t ,) thanks to every one for everything.MRS. Opalocka, died in Jackson Ilospl-
F MARY LEE BATTON, Family of gal May 4 following a brief illness.

and FAMILY. Mrs. Margaret Carey, of 1938 N.W Surviving are husband, Vandy; one-
r : 3rd Ave., wishes to acknowledge on, three daughters three sisters
and one brother. Services will be
rc,1 the sympathy and many kind deeds
I CARD OF THANKSThe rendered during the recent loss of -onducted Saturday 2 pm. at the'
her beloved son hurch of God Elder Earl Wallace -
Family of the Late pastor. She will be on view
MRS. MARIA G. BROWN WAYMAN CAREY in the chapel from' Friday after
who departed this life April 26 Namely, the American Legion noon. ,
: wishes to thank the many friends Post No. 165 and its Auxiliary, i
and neighbors for their numerous Eastern Star Chapter 174, Hero MRS. LARLIE BELL SCOTT, of
expressions of sympathy and of >nes of Jericho, Lilly Whites Crusaders 1453 N.W, 54th St., died suddenly -
kindness during their hour of be and neighbors of 3rd Ave. May 5 at home. She is survived .
reavement. Thanks to all who and 3rd Court. These kindnesseswill by seven daughters, twO'
tent flowers, cards, telegrams, and ever linger in her memory asa sons two sisters and numerous
lonated their cars. Special thanksto 0.a testimonial to true friendship.MRS. other relatives. Funeral services:
the House of Albert for their MARGARET CAREY, will be conducted Friday at 3 p.m.
!' \ untiring service. A very special Mother. at New Providence Baptist Church.
thanks to the New Hope Baptist Rev. C. J. Burney pastor, follow-
11 Church and to Rev. P, W. Wil- ing which she will be sent to
Mams and, to all other ministers CARD OF THANKS Americus Ga. for final rites.

iL R. who rendered service. May God ALPIIONSO WITIIERSPOON died
"" .----- bless each of you. We the Family of the Late in Jackson Memorial May 7. A
who departed this life May 5, 1961 DEACON JESSE BROWN, would like to thank our many N'.W. 5th Ct. ,and Is survived by
in Gainesville, Florida REV. WILLIAM LEWIS friends for their expressions of his widow Mrs. Jessie Mae Wither-
You are gone but not forgotten.Sleep BROWN, sympathy shown during our hourr spoon; mother; five sisters and two
\ on and rest in peace; we OPIIILDIA SMITH, -...,---...- ... of bereavement. Special thanksto brothers. lie will be sent to Talla
i 4 love you dear mother, but God ATHIA MAY.PEARLIE MRS. CARRIE B. MILLER the House of Albert Choir, hassee, Fla. Friday night where
loves you best. You will always SIMON, deceased members and Rev. I. C. Mickins of services and burial will be conducted
remain in our hearts. and FAMILY 'wishes to express their sincere Mt. Olivette Baptist Church. To on Tuesday.

MRS. CLAUDIA I. JASPER, thanks and appreciation for the our former neighbors on 15th St. ARTHUR G. MAYES, Jr.
11'1Dau hter; IN MEMORIAMIn kind words thoughts, deeds and for cash contributions and our 9th month.old son of Mr. and, seven-Mrs.
GEORGE JASPER, any and all kindnesses exhibited St. neighbors for floral contribu-
Arthur of 1802
Mayes, N.W. 53rd
during their grieved hours. Re- tions. Again thanks to
Son-in-law; Loving Memory of Our everyonefor St., expired May 2. Chapel services -
8. 'MISS ELOUISE THOMPSON, Dpar Parents member us in prayer. May God everything. conducted 4
were May with
,' Daughter; MRS. BEATRICE K. MONCUR bless and keep each and every MR. ARTHUR JACKSON, burial in Evergreen.
LAWRENCE THOMPSON, Rnd one of you. Husband;
JAMES C, BURROUGHS, passed away May 5, 1958: IRENE DUKES Sister; Daughter; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton
I, Grandson; and July 7; 1960 respectivelyMay SYREATHA STRONG Sister; MRS. ESSIE MAE HODGE, Noble of 836 N.W. 65th: St., died
PATRICIA ANNBURROUGHS they rest in pears and light ROBERT DAVIS Brother; Sister; in Jackson May 8. Graveside ser
1 f Great perpetual shine upon them. GEORGE DAVIS Brother; MR. CLAYTON HILL, vices at Evergreen Memorial Cemetery
_.Th Granddaughter THE CHILDREN. and TWO NIECES. Son-in-law. were held Friday at 11 a.m.

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8 ROOM HOUSE. 1484 NW. 73rd feoiftti otr THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA ;I
St. Call FR 1.1137 or OX 1-5554., Before you go to (hM danceor '
.. party, stop by the. Satellite SATURDAY. MAY 12, 1062 PAGE.. 13
ClassifiedFOR ---
FOR SALE and Ret primed for a wonderful
eiening. Let our "Out of this
SACRIFICE CBS house with; 3 world" music and atmosphere
bedrooms: 2'' baths," firepla&cffruittrees : put you in the nigh t frame.
and close to shopping cen m.ery nlte.
RENT ters. 1012 N.W. 74th St; By SATELLITE>; LOUNGE SALE or RENT :
owner. Open Fri., Sat., Sun. 0222 NW 7th Ave. 2
HOUSE, 4-bedroom, 2-bath, $23
weekly!' Also bedroom apts. 1459 N.W. 41st STREET. See to- .'c : ,
tot rooming ho se. Adults day, very nice 2 bedroom CBS ADULT 1 '
Suitable 31 KtW. 25th 3t Phones: garage, very good buy. Total $10- BEDROOM' CBS i..,. f;
Day FR 7-2196 Eves. FR 9-3530. 200, $350.00 down, $6900 month I TRAVEL CLUB I\
May 19 pays all. Ben-Kori, Realtor 2644 I FLORIDA ROOM ;:
N.W. 62nd St., Nites PL 9-553"3, WEST BROAD STREET
4-BEDROOM Duplex. Kitchen, Days OX 19372.; YM.C.A. ,'
living room, large hall, hot water GOOD TERMS. '., I, .,
CBS building. 418 N.W. 8th St. TOTAL PRICE $9,000. Approx. $69 714 West Broad Street .:

Reasonable rent. Call Carey's Rental mo. 3 bedrooms, fence, newly Savannah, Georgia ---o4- ,
Agency, FR 4-B398. painted, convenient to everything. Offers the following: shimmer r' .1\"
1855 ;
May 18 N.W. 48th St.

3.ROOM APT. Unfurnished 4200 N.W. 11th AVENUE. See to- TOUR TO tours THE for FAR credit WEST H15.3524 h -- MO 55004FOR ':;

J11.50 per week. Call E. 'Picard lay beautiful spacious 2 bedroom '.,.tI ,
Rental Agency, FR 72902. CBS, Florida room, garage, barbeque AND OLD MEXICO ';'
pit, sprinkler system. $450.00 28 days, $265 ,
FURNISHED efficiencies. All sown, $85.00 month pays all. Ben- I{uses leaving! Jacksonville, Flo.
utilities included. $12.60 per Kori, Realtor, 2644 N.W. 62nd St., Juno 28 July It)
week.7.2002. 620 NW 8th St. FR Nites PL 95533, Days OX 1-9372. TOUR TO THE EAST RENT .

LARGE ,2 bedroom home on corner Three Provinces in Canada ;9. I.I I.
3RObCotta.gtis, water furnished lot, large ground ,center of and the Middle Went $239 1 "
$10 week. 669 NW 8th St. :schools: church} and business $350 FURNISHED' DUPLEX
FR 72902. town Corner of N.W. 23rd Ave. g .emt t; eunt"VI.t
and 47th St., N.W. NE 5-4940. '91U.\Uw P\lf' ...11..""1 Nat.nt'Dvuil'nu BEDROOM APARTMENT
E. PICARD date for iviytiientfl in
Reatal Agency '807 N.W. 47th STREET See to. full, June 12, li)02. No meads *I"*
Rental collections; property lay sure. Large 2 bedroom, beau included in round trip tour price MANOR PARK
management, real estate Mfully[ furnished, real bargain \o night riding.
Total $9,500, only $300 down. Ben- llroohiires will be sent to those
669 1 foW 8th St. FR 7.2902 rCori, Realtor 2644 N.W. 62nd St., who wish them NA 4-1605 NA 1-7653
1 BEDROOM furnished apt. All I' Yates PL 95533, Days OX 19372. Contact Pr. Joseph It. Jenkins
utilities. Downtown area. $18 Executive Secretary
NE 4.0500. indf NICE CBS HOUSE, 4 bedrooms. rhone AD :.1.1051 or AD 8.0103
Buy like rent, small down payment TOURS A un] NOT LIMITED _IIIL a ".IFiiiMl
OPA LOCKA area. 1 bedroom, 1238 NW 71st St. UN 6.7379 TO
newly decorated, unfurnished. 3-BEDROOM CBS Carver house. TIJACHERSM20 Q CROWN Fence
$15. $2i 2 bedroom
Save $2,000 on the deal buying
Uhfurh. $18, turn ,,2 bedroom
4.0500. indf .67th"onventional.St., OX 1-0290.FHA. 3001 N.W. Contest: Time U HURST Aluminum Awnings

NEWLY Renovated Who will be Jr. Mr. Miami ..
furnished or < "
HOUSE, very clean. Newly paint. A e, Rigid Vinyl AwningsL _
ubfurnished .
apt* in the Opa "d, hot and cold water. Low rates physique winner for 1962?
Locka area near church, school inquire 634-3177, 1805 N.W. 5th Ct. II Time, Saturday, May 26, '
and shopping center. Call Mick Patio RoofsI
T.OT, Carver Ranches, bus. section. 8:30 'i
Ins Rental Agency. NE 40500. lallandalc Blvd Sacrifice owner, p.m.CARPENTERS
Indf \E 4-8317. UNION Screen Rooms
NICE QUIET PLACE, 1 bedroomapt. 1-BEDROOM HOUSE, formica kit- I
Stove and refrigerator. 6306 hen, tile bath, many extras. 5220 2939 NW 46th St. T Hurricane Shutters I :
N.W. 15th Ave. Ph. FR 1-9797 or ;.w. 16th St., W. Hollywood. Call To enter contest contact I

NE 41886. May12 OX 15453. Opa Loeka Health Club Y Doorway Awnings R. I

LOVED houses $18, $20 and $22 lUST $395 DOWN, no qualifying. 1995 NW 152nd St.
Will sell to high class Move in, 2 bedroom home. Call Or call MU 1-3667 O Car and Boat Ports
people, $50 dqwrt, balance weekly, 534-9845. Ethel Reinart, Broker, fI
Can bay the Q6\vn\ payment week. 1769 N.W. 17th Ave. Visit ,the new Marquees
)y, NE S.$566. ,
1001 N.W. 11th AVENUE. See to- DIXIE BAR
DUPLEX, upstairs, 2 bedrooms, lay. Professional people will want And Package Store FREE ESTIMATESNO, MONEY DOWN
partly furnished. 1275 N.W. 55th 'his 3 bedroom. 2 bath CBS plus
NW .7th Ave.
Ter. For information call 888-5684 "Ottatje, beautiful grounds, andv FHA FINANCEDUp
M.500 down, terms. Ben.Kori, I'oimlar Trices always
to.60 Months to Pay"You
TWO BEDROOM duplex apartment Nites Itoiuilo and Arthur hosts
Realtor. 2644 N.W. 62nd St., your
Modern, clean, tile kitchen PL 9-5533 OX 1.9372. will be pleased with our price and our product"Res.
end bath. Near schools, swimming Open| dally 7 am. to 1 am.
pool stores, churches. Big yard, FOR SALE OR LEASE Sunday 1 to 7 p.m. Phone: PL 4-7929 F. W. ReynoldsSales
in Coconut Grove. For appoint. BARBER SHOP and Beauty Shop. Representative
ment, call HI 6-0656.. 900 N.W. 17th Ave. Mayll
((13 Years Experience)

3 BEDROOM HOUSE. Electric FOR SALET I, in' ..in i ..I_imimiMTiMnMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiBi__ 111 rrttrrrTfK -***
stove and pleasing surroundings. FOR SALE n
Reasonable 3059 61st
rent. N.W.
St. Phone NE 4-6179. 4300 N.W.; 11th AVE.CHOICESBEDROOM. ji$13.50 Monthly

y : Open Sunday 2 to 6 p.m.
2-BEDROOM APARTMENT. Electric CBS Corner Lot -, *>. FIIKM IMCLIVEHY, ., .. y. wrJ. '
stovo and surroundings "
3057 N.W.pleasing Gist St. Phone Near schools i 1.i gnd ,Jackson4 'iI; 3 fli'oaMs NEWS ",' I ? 4-,. -f. 1355 NW 44th Street .

NE 46179.LOVELY : Memorial. Mixed neighbor-
$300 DOWN $70 MONTH

TWO BEDROOM unfurnished hood. FURNITURE Pays all. 2 bedroom CBS with porch, carporte, hard-

which is duplex completely except furnished.for kitchen Hot $1,000 Down Complete with accessories wood floors, air condition, stove and refrigerator.

and cold water. The master bed-- By appointment only Call to see.
room has seven windows and the Onen Sun. 1 to 5 p.m. I, Allied Hotel Supply
extra bedroom has six. Storm KEY REALTY -0-
:shutters and extra large yard with I I 1334 NW 54th ST. M .
and 47th St.
fruit trees and patio. House newly EM 1.5500 NW 8th Ave.

decorated. Jail 'owner OX __ ..- -(". .v-....- .-.-.-_.'...._... -->r _."".""".....-'"-Y..Y.....<:Y..._.......-_ .y..J-.......- -_ $490 DOWN $85 MONTHPAYSALL !
'6-2392. Open for inspection at i
2750 N.W. 60th St. between 5 and Large 2 bedroom CBS. Open porch, carporte and

'5 p.m. Sunday. SIDE BY SIDE ,uage. A-t condition, no qualifying- no closingcosts.

'2 ROOMS for nice couples in private .
home with cooking privilege 831 N.W. 47th Terrace -0
at 16015 N.W. 22nd Ave. $14.00
a week. NA 1-6463. ;, I, HUGE CBS $600 DOWN New! New! New! .

NEW CBS HOUSE, 4-5 bedrooms. $12,600. FHA mortgage loan. If you make $65 a $700 DOWN -' $99 MONTH

furnished, $30 weekly. 1929 N.W week and your wife makes $30 you qualify for this 3 bedroom CBS, 2 tile baths, built-in range and'' oven,
6th Ct. Open Saturday and Sunday
1 to 3 pjn. for inspection.Call beautiful custom built house. large rooms, no qualifying, no closing costs. Move r

JE 1-3184 or CA 14833. right in today.
841 N.W. 47th Terrace
1 BEDROOM furnished cottage and -o4 !;
furnished efficiency 7648 N.W. .
37th PI. HI 5-3524, MO 5-5004. Biggest bedroom CBS in Manor Park 14050. UNITS, $2,500 DOWN

FHA loan. Only $650 down if you make $75 a LIVE RENT FREE '
AIR includ
COOLED auditorium
.ing lights janitorial service, etc week and your wife makes $32.50 you can qualify. 1318 NW 45th Street t:
Available for church use. Ca'1 This is the best.
OX 6=0231. Indf 3 two bedroom furnished apts. With a separate 2
bedroom home for you. This property is in tip top
4941 NW 15th Avenue
BEAUTIFUL 2 and 3 bedroom :
ants, in Liberty City area. Call condition.
NE 4-0500. $600 down includes everything. 88" x 145" lot, full ---o- I

FURNISHED room heart of Liberty one-third acre, charming CBS, UU roof, carport RETIREE'S SPECIAL

City 1554 N.W. 68th Ter.' :Shown by appointment only .
Phone home.

$14 PER WEEK. Large 6-room Federal Mortgage Co. We arrange financing also I .. I

unfurnished duplex. 1367 N.W .
58th Ter. III 6-1266. : Trio Realty. ;:

2-BEDROOM CBS completely furnished 5909 N.W. 2nd Ave. PL 4-2605
utilities paid no children. 801 N.W. 54th Street
$22 week. 2258 N.W. 58th St. PL 8.6261

NE 43759. PL 9.8372 PL 9.5455

WILL PAY cash to heir for their ASK FOR JOHN MURRAYvaz&sssa NE 5.8745
interest in any estate; Also will

buy tots or condemned building. ; ,. .., ,
f J U A 1-4833 or JE 13184. ? 4.


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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA land W. Eneas, the non GeraldC. ony for about three months.In night. In responte to a broad.
Cash, Mrs. Merle BIbeon of cast for information by the police .

: PAGE 14 SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1962 Miami and Warren Lerarlty. his message No. 50 to the an American visiting and student
told police that he seven
Wallace Roosevelt Allen 40, House of Assembly on' April 16, victors had hired Brown on Wed.
the Governor recommended theraising
r of Tarpum Bay, Eleuthera, told nesday evening and had been
the Nassau Daily Tribune recent orf a loan of $12,384,000 put ashore at Western Beach
IN AND) AROUND THE BAHAMAS for a new system in
ly that be will run on an independent New Providence. No is The others had left the colony
'-<;:0'-- _......._................ r ----- -----. -. -....-...-.-....-..._-"-"' _... eral election tickets for in Eleuthera.the 1963 gen.Mr. available from the Colonial Do. Brown's boat, with full sail,
velopment and Welfare Fund forthl.a anchored the
Magistrate James Liddell, on from Injuries sustained: when a Allen ds the youngest eon of project and It fg was in
stream. A poat mortem was performed *
kerosene refrigerator exploded, Mrs. Jane Allen and the late E.
17, dismissed tbe
i April case that the funds will come from at the Princess Margaret
tnd his clothes caught fire P. Allen. He also owns and man.
\ aga'nst Walter (Hutch) Hudson private. Investors' Hospital.RUPTURE' 1 1.
who was charged with smuggling ages Allen's Department Store, +
276 boxes of chickens. Tire mag. Nassau listed its sixth' traffic one of the largest on that Is. The body of Enoch "Snowball'l''

Istrate said that Ire was not aat. fatality for the year on April land. Brown, 38, Of Kemp Road, Was RECTAL
Idled with the evidence given by 14 whan Tony George, 22, died Rolle 48 found on Saturday Antll! 21 in DISEASES
Clarence a bone
r tbe defendent but that he the .
u was it Princess Margaret Hog.ital a rock hole below Western Office Treatment Low
entitled to convict from :fisherman of Roll Town Emma,
head he
not on BUB.t Injuries re. Beach Brown
operated a for hire Cost. Free Examination
ost a leg Thursday night, Aprh
, picion. Dismissing the case, he e'ved in a fall from a truck on boat from the British Colonial DR. LONG'S CLINIC
told Hudson, "Don't do It again." 'nterfleld Road. Driven by Fred. 26 when he was struck by a''' Hotel and had been
missing 1545 SW 1st St.
' truck while home
Hudson replied, "I never did It 'rick Stubbs the truck reported.'y he was riding since the previous
Wednesday FR 8.2748
on a bicycle from the regatta.,
In my life. hit a log and George was I
, '1 roW'D to the ground. Joseph Dr. Steven George, who was at. -
ending the' regatta, removed the :
Dayton, another
passenger on
Thomas William Talbot
! 'Stokes' '
the back of mangled leg, treated other in.
, Thompson was convicted In the the truck, was treat.3d
Juries. and arranged for him to ,
I Supreme Court on April 17 on for slight injuries. be flown to Princess Margaret I Reduced New Home

i lottery.charge of conspiring to run I ,'a Miriam Juanlta Olivia, daugh.er Hospital More than $1,000 was ([
for him
by visitors
He was flned$2,800, sentencedto of Mr. and Mrs. Gaspar E.
2 years In prison. 0. Cash Weir of Meeting St. and Aubrey 4-BED OOM .
Ellis A. R. Braynon, M1IA, l lfft Nas. 2 BATH $18,000 FULL PRICE
and Ortflta TurnQueet, defense Curling, son of Mr. and
counsels, were dismissed by Mrs. Ellis Curling of Ragged Is. sau where on he April will 17 attend for the London llth, $1,000 DOWN $105 MONTH
Magistrate Liddell on their re. 'and, were married Easter Sun-
lay at Wesley Methodist Churchy Parliamentary Counee. He ex.
quest follow after their Thompson advice.> refused to I \ the Rev. E. L. Taylor. In the pests to be absent from the Col.EVERBODY'S Corner 8th Ave. at 56th StreetFor

Thompson Is doing five years : Tidal party were Miss Sheila
for manslaughter for the killingof I Weir, Mr. Hiram Loclthart, Little appointment call PL 7.6663 or JE 1.5973
Alton Best who was alleged ,Teannle' Cartwright and Randy
to be his handyman.The Carey. The bride was given in GOING
narriage by her father. TO EUROPE

Bahamas Chamber of Among the guests attending the Make Reservations Now I

Commerce Association, the Trans-Canada Bahamas Hotel Air) rlde's eceptlon parents at the were home__Dr. Cleve-of l the I Pay $99 DownAnd Have a Lifetime Profession

Lines and
ten entertainers from Spend

Tailor Nassau, and Including George Symonette"Peanuts", 21 days vacationing in 'Care-Craft' School for Nurse's Aids

w'll tour the principal tourist 1'/4' ACRES 9 countries

area of Canada from coast to -e- 1711 West Flagler Street
roast from May 22 to June 6.
The purpose I is to promote Increased PALM BEACH ENGLAND HOLLAND FR 9.7357
Canadian visitors during FRANCE BELGIUM
the spring and summer.Twentv.thre GERMANY ITAY New classes forming each week. Ten weeks course
$375 AUSTRIA e LUXEMBORG Day or evening classes
police recruits includes: Transportation, meals,
wore inducted by the Comml $10 down sad 110 montt! Only hotels, sightseeing, etc. REGISTER NOW
sinner of Pol'ce on' April 27. $375 full .. Big 1V t aces
when the Bahamas tact ''n Palm tech County Ins 0-
Police Force thin 54 mile from Mllml. Die
held Its Passing Out Parade at count for larger ,parcel 2 No IIIIIIIIIIIIOJI nl JULILlllL llLI4111 l 11
th' Barrack ..ground In addrei curtly completed hard roads, Leaving N.Y. July 13
within 1000 yards show how clouANDREWS'
nine the new policemen, the this land It to progr"l. Sea It, Return Aug. 6 $
eommi.afoner toW them to be walk In It, go ''n your own CIr. TV Service Calls 150ALL
s'ou'l''nits. polite \end Voyal to Clop around with native ""1"1. Friendship tour to Europe
the Force. > No 'Interest, no closing COltl, Sponsored by
Iris Warranty Deed, no hidden
charges, titis Inlurebl. Higher North's Travel BureauAnd MAKES-ALL MODELS PLUS PARTS
Maxwell S. .Ivltlon thin Miami leech or
Turner, head
Miami R.f.r.nclt Miami' Reich
secretary of the Bahamas Civil Chamber of Comm.rc. M.1. The Pittsburgh Courier LARRY'S T.V.
Service Un'on. left Nassau Board 0' .IIon. Come te our
CMUlv re. office for full information, maps Total cost $969
London where he will and color tildes or w. can mail WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS
Bali in 21
tie thq Ministry of Labor's In. Informltlon to you, ll you pr.f. monthly payments
dm-trta! Relations Course. He de.Money,.. 25 beck years If not In satisfied M.1. In 30 1104 N.W. 3rd Ave. RADIOS, HI.FI AND STEREO REPAIRSWe

will NJ away for about three Net Phone FR 98451Write Sell Died TV. on Credit
months. The course Is Realtor for
sponsored Tour Folders
bv the Secretary of States for the M.B. Federal l Bldg. Today 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 18024Second
Colonies. Corner
JE 8.5664 Till I ITrr11IrlllI'I a.lp.llll11rnrl 111...

Alfred Frazer, charged with Miami Beach, Florid
the murder of Charles Clarke on
last December 22, was convictedby

a Supreme Court Jury on .-.......................................... ,F BIG WEEK
April 25, A native! of Mayaguana,
Frazer cut Clark with a broken JEWELERS
bottle during a fight. The chargewas
the changed defendant to manslaughterand was sentenc. EXPERT CLOCK WATCI1 tlEPAIRS AND WHEN WILL THE DEVIL

ed to four years In prison. 40 Years in Business

Henry Witter, Jamaican elec. All work guaranteed TAKE HIS VACATION ?

trician employed by the Eleu- FP 3-0152
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April 25 aft Palm tto Point ............................................... HOW LONG WILL IT BE? WILL ANY NEGROESIN

Bobby Marshall does it again! I IS THE BIG SUBJECT AT


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Every TO WINNERS Contestant Sunday May 13

Gets a Prize :

Don't forget Bobby 7:30: P.M.

is at the ;

MODERN Big Nightly HeadlinesE.

THEATRE h' C. Ward, Speaker MAY 14 18-7:30 p.m.
MON Who made the Devil and why doesn't God destroy him?

Every Thursdaywith LS TUES: Four ways you'll know your friends in Heaven, and will any

Negroes be there?
hIs Amateur Show
WED: The fish that caught a man. Who was he?

featuring THURS: Dry Bones in The Valley. Are there any in Miami?

James Williams FRI: Who was the man that lived 4,000 years before his mother?

)' and the Twisters : ? Ministers: C. B. Rock, Calvin Robinson

YA'LL COME1! BOBBY Sunday listen to "The Spoken WordT' -WMBW-. .10 lI.m..Lw .

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Ave., and he it a dog specialist. ,''h ,
I He takes care of your K.9 pet. \i.t, ./.' Musical
(dog to you.) With the approach ;::1:.\.' ,
of summer, your dot' ExtravaganzaMusic
Around Miami should be clipped, de.wormed,
bathed, manicured, de.flead so .:" lovers I It Is that time of
that he can be comfortable and "' : year a*aln. The North Dade Jr
cool. Therefore, Sam Is present. High School band and orcheetr.
ing a special for next week only, under the dlrect'on'! of James H<
By DAVE eoNDU where you can cut your dog't "" McCall, will present its fourth '.'
hair for 3.50. Normally the :/. annual musical extravaganza
charge f is $6.00, 10 here la a Tuesday, May 16 at 8:15: p.m.
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>> _H +.....- ... bargain that you should take ad. in the auditorium. Donation

SPECIAL FLASH from .the, any records" as yet but he can vantage of. Their motto Is "We V v 5 $1.00 adults. Fifty cent child
"Glass", He threw a party at I sing. This is a handsome, clip your dog, not you" I ren.
the Knight Beat for Pittsburgh man, you won't want to miss young A@A I ':> >"
Courier's Enterta'nment Editor, Ing and hearing. Charlie -Austin I stopped in to see What WAS
Georeg Pitts, Frank "Chicken and his wonderful band cupply happening,. at ,the precinct. last NoticeUnited
Scratch" DuBois had Invited the music.PHETTY. Friday night A Robert L. Chap. Homeowners of Dade
George to come to Miami to see man of 325 NW 9th et. claims County will hold their meeting
first hand: with his own eyes! GIRL that he was approached by the home of Mr and Mrs. J. R.
of The
the new dance craze that Is Bea Moton (WFAB Week: Johnny Hall of 268 NW 11th St., Johnson, 2283 NW 65th St., May
) .
sweeping the United States. Believe Boy of the Weeks Pretty who pulled a MI rifle on him: 16. Time will be 8 p.m. All
It, the Chicken Scratch is (Capital Auto Sales Johnny Ware with no less than a bayonet at. members are asked to be pres.
moving In and the record is sell About Town ) Rutland Man tached to it. As Robert claims, ent and on time. All homeownersin
William he didn't know ..... the area of 62nd St
ing In every major city in the Happy Couple of the why Johnny did to 69th
U. S.A. This weekend the Glass and Mrs. Edward T. Week Graham.: Rev. this and Johnny stated that he.li1d'll't KENTERTAINING M, C. Bobby St. and 22nd to 27th ave. are In.
will present the man, with the have a rifle and that it Marshall, well known and well vlted.
voice, the' ewingest balladeerin was just a mistake on somebody'spart. dressed J. G, Smith, reporter
entertaining master of
the world, Johnny Hartman. DID YOU KNOW. that the Sir Police held both men for -eremonles: at Clyde Killens'
johnny has the type of 'voice He John Hotel has a new manager further investigation. They both Knight Beat and the popular All of the shows are always
that makes the women swoon. As : is Edward, VJncent Gill of claim that they did not know Thursday night amateur show at clean In good taste and the type
an added attraction, James Ray, : New ed from York,the Gill was Just discharge each other before this mishap. the Modern Theatre, who Is gift that the entire family can we
a fabulous entertalniner with U S. Army after The arresting officer was Myles ed with that "something" that and enjoy)
Frank DuBolse and his chicken serving 20 years lie was a Cap. Wells .and as I see Itthat'sthe keeps him always popular with Spec'al features of the shown, .
scratchers supply the music for tain and Is a very fine gentla- way NOT to live life, every his audiences. Include-1 audience participation, to
the entire show, man with a pleasant personality. golden minute of it, cause we naming of the guest' of the week,
Whenever we have newcomers want PEACE! Marshall has succeeded In presentation of special gifts to
CONNIE FARMER, at Baker's to the South Florida' area, we bringing back to the theatre various guests, etc.
like to welcome them and make stage In Miami first class live
Famous Corner, sei that the Gifts for the occasion are do.
main topic at hs* bar is "The Immaculate them feel at home. So from this : Summer Movie entertainment, which has long naated by various! community
Dozen" So he Is going nd of the pen, may I say wel. Plans have been completed by been wanted by the public. Ills minded local merchants, including .
to donate a prize for one of the come to Miami Mr. Gill We wish the management of the Ace and shows at ,the theatre, are aomo- Sands Hosiery, Perry Depart.
winners. you much success In whateveryou I Center Theatres for a summer th'ng new to the young peopleof ment Store, Gonzalez Cuban Mar.
endeavor to do. l\fove Club fnr rhllrlron. .. today, and also good entertainment ket, the Modern Credit Store,
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SPEAKING OF THE Immacn. -- Twelve special two-hour child for the grownups. Ernest TV and Radio Shop,
late Dozen, the post cards are ED COOK is said to be leaving rm's shows have been scheduledto So well reseived were hU Faulette'a Kiddie Shop, RIch.
coming by the dozens. Donation W1fD1and is going to WAOK'n run every Wednesday during shows at the Modern Theatre, mond's Men Shop and a num.
of prizes are being offered by Atlant. Meanwhile' back at the summer vacation. Season that the management recently her of others
S'r' John owner, Sam Rabin. WFAB, th: Crown Prince had vickets are now on sale at the began a similar show at Its Lib. Marshall's shows have, become
Kn'ght Beat Manager, Garth C. followed China Valles to WMDM Ace and Center theatres ot 60 orty Theatre on Wednesday' revolutionary in the local enter.
Reeves and our content ends on to fill Ed's spot. WFAD has gone ;onts and are good for on* child'sadmission :! night with the flame Bobby talnment field. De sure to attend
June 30 at which time we will ill Spanish which means we now for all 12 weekday Marshall as the M. C. one at your earliest convenience.V3$4 .
announce the winner and the 11 have only one radio station with shows Since single admissions
rUnn ra.up in the order of their an all-Negro staff are 15 cents, a savings of $1.20 Jft rr
votes We can be maed by purchasing sea
expect! by that timeto
have a barrel of prizes for the LAUGH OF THE WEEK Dr. son tickets. "
winners at an affair that will be Ben Atkinson paid his check at First showing of this Sum. : NEED CASH ?
held' on July 4 at a club we'll Baker's Famous Corner for two mer movie club will be on Wed.
announce later. Send all cardsto I' ham sandwiches to Dewey John. nesday, June 13 at 2 p.m, in 1st and 2nd Mortgage Loans CIA

,me at the Miami Times!, 6740 son. lie gave him $1.25 and both the Ace and Center. fI) Get $1,000, $1,500, $2,000 or more today
NW 16th ave. At present Nat Dewey told him to wait for his Adults and students will be CACA
Vaughn fc leading with 55 Totes. nenny change. Doc told Dewey admitted for 35 cents on each WE BUY LOTS AND HOMESCALL
David Dobbs has 42: Sgt. Je*. to keep it and buy a Cadillac, show; but they must be accom. f ft Ronald I. Baron
fie Nash 40; Atty. Il-nry Arrlng. then laughed like Hades. panted by children. JE 4343
ton 31: Dr. Edwin Shirley 22; Pictures on these club show. fIo Mortgage Broker
Rev. Edward T. Graham 22; Dr. MANAGER RILL HARRIS of Ings Include two giant technlcol. .. 220 SUNNY ISLE ln \'D. Ill I
Chapman 20; Clyde Killens 191 the Satellite Lounge on NW 7th carnivals, Battle in MIAMI HEACil VfI"JjUO
Steve Outer Space, D.'nosaurus: Ala. fI; ..
McElmurry 16; Nick ive., is making plans for biff kazam

Thomas Doctor Ben 11; Atkinson Robert Jackson 6; Julius 7; tomers.things for As his Bill many told, me many, people cu!. X.15 Miles and to The Earth other Great, Kelly, 20 And Million Me, (* $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

Simmons 2; Robert G. Lee 4; 'have to have variety and that I is illy for selected especi.
Carl A. Williams 2; Albert Smith what he Intends to give them children SftftS#
2. Come on y'all get these 'votes a different program very night.' Sale
Anniversary and
In. The race is starting to get This lounge/ Is becoming/ more RepairsTV
hot. popular every day and you just REDUCE E Z
gotta give the people something Lose 2(1 pounds weekly. RADIO AND HI.FI
Patrons of the Hampton Houne for their money.
"will be highly entertained this *. IMijsidan medication, InJectlon FREE Pillows during sale
weekend by Bobby Lucas, a hard'Work'nt SAM spec
ROBINSON has been In Inllzlng.
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA that we have waited very long for I,
Take advantage of this tremendous'opportunity '
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1962 by getting the right,;
training, but above all, get that I Capitol
raining now! Do not delay, do it ,
:oday. Train with the world's "\J. '
THE BIG BREAKTHROUGHBy ng argest Organization-Radio Resident Electronics Electronics Train--,I' : THEATREON

Television Schools in Miami

Melvin R. Knowles tion and many more are in contention Day and night classes are held THEWEDI
R.E.TJ5. Counselor for the county and state. I bnce a week for your convenience.
i. Since the era of electronics, and Courses are offered in Radio and
We boast of having little more automation has arrived, do not be Television servicing, Color Television STAGE
than a million people in our metropolitan -; surprised if you are rejected in Industrial Electronics, Eleatronic \\f V A BA'fll
area. ithisiIndicativeof your endeavor to secure a posit drafting, missilonics, also
good, because tion at many of the already established F.C.C. licensing. For free information -
what we have to offer in the way and forthcoming elec. write: ALL NEW SHOW
of attracting more and more Ironies; plants in Dade County and
people. The climatic vicissitudes, throughout the state, because you MELVIN R. KNOWLES,
fishing and industry, Counselor JIMMY (Salt Pork) REEVES
the sporting would need, as a prerequisite, the Guidance ,
and especially Miami Beach, the ,educational background and the Radio Electronics Television
playground of the world-have qualifications for such jobs. You School,
prompted maoueyle to secure rlpAY: easily acquire the necessary 761 N.W. 62nd St., Miami 47, AH Parade Of Stars
residence !training; for positions in electronics Fla.Phone.
Because of this favorable outlook *right now at the Radio Electronics PL 7.9332 between 1 p.m.
we can expect our city's Television Schools here in and 10:30: p.m. any day except AND TALENT SHOW
population to almost double with Miami. Sunday, or call in person.
in the next five years. Should The development, manufacture '.,.' Mime by FRANK WILLIAMS
this become an actuality, how can ''and maintenance of electronic
we provide for this vast numberof ,equipment is not accomplished bya May by TwilightAT And:! His ROCKETEERS ti
people? Certainly we cannot : few "geniuses." On the contrary .
depend solely upon the tourist most areas. in civilian and JACKSON'S TODDLE Featuring,Sensational LITTLE CORA
trade, as we have done for so long military electronics are staffed by
for economic support. Then, whatis :high school educated people with INN Plus Guest Stars and Outstanding Local
needed? Why the answer
really additional training. Here is a big
is an obvious one. We need break for you. In short, this is Entertainers
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trades. Not industry that $40 in cash prizes-Regular dlouble feature movie
would create smoke and smog but
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