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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 19, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I 5 Die In Canal Plunge q+ pe Millings Also Aquifted; J II


Flvo persons, two of. them.children 'I Simpson And HenrylOn! Trial 1'
were killed about 14 miles n tLC14
east of Pahokee Wednesday, morn Justice Dept. Enters 4. 1 lly KLLIOTT J. F1RZR find Millings, when each was ar. II
I inf when the in which _
ear they Seated and that he took state I
were riding plunged into a canal Mm. Eugenla D Thomas was I Il
i 4 nts from each of them. Ute
ot the side of U. S. 09, Hospital Racial FightJustice set free of a first degree murder addtd that Henry confessed to I
charge directed of
on a verdict I
Dead Were Roosevelt Wlngfield. Department attorneyswill not guilty by Circuit Judge the crime and Implicated Simp.
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29 of Deertleld and his wife the Federal ion< Simpson, when arrested Implicated .
and ask: District Court Robert L. Floyd Thursday after.
18-yeaf-oId daughter; Corene Me-(! in Greensboro N. C., again June noon at the Dade County Court. : : Mrs. Thomas and Mil.
Dell 19 of D Paul each, dnd her4yearold 10 for permission to intervene. in houl e. Mrs. Thomas had been Indicted lings. Mrs. Thomas, according to I
Utes first confeueed her
soil, a hospital integration suit by the Grand Jury along the, crime, but later when part .n
a
In February the suit was brought with three men Aubrey \V. statement was taken she dented
in behalf of nine Negro doctors a. I Henry Jr., son of Dr. Aubrey W. the whole thing
and demists\ and two Negro patients Henry, Miami phyelclan; Clar.
Civil SentencesBoy who hold that the separate- ence S'mpson and Joseph Mil. -----
but-ediial\ claUse of the Hill-Burton I'ngs Jr.,' in the killing of
hospital construction act is uncon Mrs. Deatrlce "Tiny" Dunaway
IS, to Death stitUtional. of 895 NW 60th' St., which occurred .

ATLANTA The Georgia Su- Judge Edwin M. Stanley heard I on Oct. 28, 1961 at 1661
preme Court upheld the death the case on May 8, but postponed NW 5th place.

penalty conviction Monday of Preston action to intervene to June 19. Also set tree at the time was
Cobb Jr, a 16-year-old Negro when he would also hear argu- Kale S. Dean Milling, Henry and Simpson, ,
in the slaying of his elderly white ments on a motion to dismiss the Day however continue on trial which
employer last August. suit by Wesley Long and Moses went Into its firth day Friday ,
The unanimous decision rejected Cone Hospitals by the Negro plaintiffs Tho e Washington Carver
a contention of lawyers for the asking for summary judg jlilb. School Family will observe Former Circuit Judge VincentC.
National Association for the Ad. ment. Koto S. Dean Day on Friday May GIblin defended Mr*.. Thomas;
vancement of Colored People thata Tho department is asking the* t.5,., in the school's auditorium.Mr Millings was defended by Attor. I II
new trial was mandatory becauseof court to find the hospitals guiltyof Kate S, Dean second dean of neys Lewis M. Jepewny and Joe ; II
systematic exclusion of Negroes violating the 14th Amendmentby girls in Dade County Negro schools Ga!Bn, Henry it being represent I
from juries for the past half century discriminating against Negroes and now Assistant Principal for ed .by Atty. Henry Carr, Simp I
in the county where Cobb was while accepting 2.8 million dollars Guidance will retire after thirty- :on'a counsel U Bernard Welder.
tried. in Hill-Burton funds. five years in the Dade County I MltS. KUCJKMA THOMAS p
The etate Is being representedby
School System.
Dawklnu,
Officer Ernest W. ai
Ai:Blatant Atty. Hugh Wood
Mrs. Dean is the oldest child of .
and Negro member' of the Dade Po. ,
WQ; late E. W. F. Stirrups pioneer Jerry Kogam Men Safety Department and Da
residents and real estate owner TIlfAL OI'KMCI) lU ifld Anderson known as "Rab< *'
ND.nf'
rf Coconut Grove. She is the wife Jt' also testified Thursday, butt;
H tho late Fred Dean mother of The *trial opened .'. Monday their testimonies were not ad.
!Iwo/ daughters, Mrs. Charlotte morning and ran until late Thurs", milted In evidence on technical .
lackson, Librarian in the public day before any type of verdictwas 4 round.
library of Los Angeles, California reached, .
GUI Hogan of 103$ NW 2nd
tnd Dr, Dazelle Simpson, only woman
pediatrician in our communi- At the! trial went Into Its !live., ways called to the stand by .J
fourth day Thursday, Dot Hob. the State Thursday afternoon. '
ty.' Mrs. Dean was a member of the ert Utes, who had been on the Hogan told of a similar tries of
first Coconut Grove Elementary wltnero], stand when the court l Incidents to those told earlier Intie
School) whose enrollment began adjourned Wednesday afternoon tr til by Mrs. Catherine ,WI!.
.jUt 12' 'SheDeceived, returned I to the stand. Utes told ton wLo lives at the house where
students*,-
I the court that he had question. fit! killing occurred.

-t: C< ; ,<;' : ed. Mrs, Thomas,- n. nt)'', 81mpi.on hill
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Following! Hogan'a testimony

I r!!: ".. !!1/; :: Al.R: :w 1 .Ji find tttorneys cross Jammed.packed examination Atty, Wood. courtroom by surprLred defenses!!. ,I Ie I I

)y announcing "the StaWresta"
porno 26 to 30 other wttncMP:
had been subpoenaed by the
Tho selected students will be hate. and were present In the
A Search for the GiftedThe '
presented in a talent-studded program ri' obby of the courthouse; outside'
at the Northwestern Senior JIB room where the trial was
Greater Miami Chapter of High School Auditorium on Saturday being held. Dut for some reason
Links, Inc. Projects Committee is May 26 at 4 p.m.. ffirwo wltneimes. were never called
busy formulating plans locally for I Members of the Projects Committee : :iiJy to testify:
then National project, "Searchfor shown above, left to right,
the Gifted and Academically are: Maude K. Reid, Llnnie Fannin, After the ,State rested Us case,
Talented" youth in the junior and Bernice Kemp Chairman: Frances Q I Attyi. Welder Jepeway and
senior high schools of Dade Coun JoUivette Charlotte Clark Gussle psi llblln offered motions for dl.
ty. Dobbs and Gwendolyn Welters. ected verdict of not guilty for
heir respective clientele. Judgellblln
made a tremendous anru.'
lent and a most 'passionate

L. A. Court Rules Muslim repway notion behalf for of also' Mrs.a' directed argued Thomas verdict.on plean his .Nr'


I 1I :'or Milling directed strongly:

Following the counter argu. ,J

KillingJustifiable Homicide I nent announced by the his itate.Judge ruling. Floyd, r ". II"t

A Los Angeles coroner's jury Several Muslims were attacking (NEXT WEEK. A complete lit
this week said the police shootingof his partner, he said. lie told them ia story of the trial will appea.r. JA. r
a black Muslim in a riot on to1 stop, then fired. "I saw threeof ,
April 27 was justifiable homicide. them fall and then 1 was i

Ronald T. Stokes 29, was shot swamped," he said. t ,
by a police officer who testified The riot began other officers ? Seheels Win
that he fired the fatal bullet during said, when .they stopped two men
a melee in which another policeman question them as burglar suspects. il
was shot and other Muslims One of the men resisted, ) n 't r Virrick AwardsThe
and officers injured. others rushed to their aid, and the p I,
tenth annual Elizabeth Vir-
riot started, said the officers
Donald L. Weese said Stokes rick Awards for student-conducted l'l';
"put his hands as if he was
up
ommunity service projects
was
going to choke me. I ordered him 2! Bandits Gel hared by four high schools-South
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.-. to stop and then I fired." Vflami Booker T. Washington, Pal. f,
At a grand jury investigation St.580 ID 1 Hedu! :netto and North Dade.
into the riot on Tuesday Weese .
On May 23 the winning student .11,1
said that he wounded "three or Monday at 8:30: a.m. two Negro Mies Claudia Cooper, 1982 A week of fun and activities In organizations wilt be honored at a
four" of the six Muslims shot in bandits staged a holdup at Chesapeake Queen of the twin cities of West Miami In one of many awards of meeting of the Coconut Grove I'i
front of the Muslim temple at mid. Sea Food House. 3900 N.W. End and Freeport Jn Grand Da the contest Monday evealrur a Citizens Committee for Slum Clearance w
night.Answering 36th St., and took $6,500. haraas, along with John nolle, party Will given at the Knight which sponsors the competi 'II+
a radio call that of- Police reported that the armed president of the Holmes Rock Beat Club In her honor. The 1) tion in cooperation with the Na- '< I
fivers( needed help he said another m policeman pointed to 'a dozen fleeing Audrey Jarrette, in a private office event and Mlm Shirley. Harris of Miami by her mother. Theyare Jews.
men in business suits and said where she was going over ac Miami pone at the airport fol. reitldlnff at the Sir: J o h n Southwest' won first prize $60
eettheni.*_ JVeese overtook and counts. Manager'Joseph Bmichel lowingth; beauty:. ...queen'. ,arrI.vat. hotel l and wilt leave tor home for the 'work eec *npllslied! in *-' "
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I Five Negroes On Miami NEGROESNegro Intelligencehlfh students of unusuallyhigh


Intellectual promise may be
News All-Star Track TeamThe aided in their .iefforts to reach
advanced graduate training: bya
Miami News MetropolitanMiami program of interim supple.
( High school All-star track I mental education ;to be initially
team for 196?, picked the finest cupported in association with
trackmen fJom all the schools of others by the United States Steel h1p4 /.
the county on Thursday. Twelve Foundation according to that
white and five Negroes were unit' board of trustees.

elected. This special attention to Ne. ,
jrro gifted students, many of
TOoie selected from Negro 1 whom have been unable to Qtul-
Robinson of
schools
are Jeffrey because of
Ify for graduate work
:Northwestern, who ran the century serious deficiencies in under.
dash In 9.5 In the Attacks srraduate educational back.
Relays In Fort Lauderdale and
grounds, was announced as apart
has a pair of 8.7's and three
of the Foundation's over.
9.9's on his record; Anthony
all program of n'J to education
Jones of Booker T. Washington
tota'ing $2,825,000. This year
his the best time ever recorded f. grants marked the ninth in which
for the 220! with a 21.4
,
thd U S. Steel Foundation has
c'ocklng W'llie! Evans, North
; given aId to the country's col.
Dade; Theodore Taylor. Carver leges.In ii
Ronold Carey, North Dade.
4'i addition to the gifted student .
program, the Foundationalso 'Ttr
Wometco Theatres announced a new grant of
$41.000 to Negro Colleges, fn.
eluding all members of the United -
Integrate HereA Negro College Fund. Including
the current allotments the
yearlong campaign of Foundation has given a total of
ctand,'ns by the Miami affiliateof Uli:ses Jackson (known as $450,000 to Negro education.
the Congress of Racial Equal. Jackie,) eon of Mrs. Ethel J,
Ity (CORE) has ended with desegregation Lee, 1409 NW 65th St. enteredthe '
of the city's largest "A KIND OFHOMECOMING"
army April 1. He Is a gradu. !
movie chain Wometco Theatres
if of Northwestern Sr High
The policy change was announced
School, class of 1959 and la now
by Miami CORE after
training at Fort Gordon, Ga. He
't< test teams had gained ad.
will be home on furlough June "A Kind< of Homecoming" byE .
mission to these theatres with. +? is
8 for 14 day. R. Rralthwalte and publishedby
out !n !dent. One of he teeters,
Christian Fife, spent $9 in ad. Prentice-Hall, Inc., Engle.
missions testing the movies along : wood Cliffs N. J., price $3.95 was REV. C. 'FRANKLIN
"Flakier Street, the dity' mafa Odd Fellows i I published on April 27.
thoroughfare. I The Rev. C. L. Franklin, pastor of the New Bethel

Ending of discrimination at Close State MeetThe and The Is book"a compassionate contains 243 portray.pages Baptist Chuch in Detroit, Midi. will appear at the Bay-

the movies came shortly afterCORE's al of emerg'ng Africa by a non. front Park Auditorium, NE 5th St. and Biscayne Boulevard
announcement that
Howard Johnson's restaurants In Grand 74th session Lodge No.of the 27 District and. African Negro." It is a thrillingand Saturday, May 20 )at 2:30 p.m. Along with Rev. Frank.

Dade County are now serving District Grand Household of experiences illuminating recorded picture by of one the lin will be Miss Sammie Bryant;, The :Caravan Singers,

everybody regardless of color Ruth No. 16, QUO of Odd Fellows whose Journeying brought him The Gospelairs, Mr. Eugene Burke and Mrs. Maggie I

of Florida convened Mon In contact with scenes familiarto Ingram and the Ingramettes. Miss B. MBorton of WFAB
day, April 30 May 1 at Eben-
him during childhood.The .
Postal EmployeesBoost per Methodist Church. willi.be emcee. Tickets on sale at North's Travel Bureau,

author, a Negro born In Pratt's Cleaners, Community Ddugs and Toback's Grove
CareersThe The opening program was British Guiana, was educated In Pharmacy.
very Interesting. Vice Mayor New York City and England. In .
Henry Dalaban was on hand to this very Interest'ng tome, he
National Alliance of Pos. extend the key to the city. Re. recount what he saw, heard and still as a non-African he REDUCE E Z
tal Employees was Invited to spomse by Atty. D. W Perkins I and felt views the current African scene
during his first visit
Mays High School Career Day Loee 2O pounds weekly.
Grand Master. After closing to fs'orrn Leone, Guinea, Ghana objectively, and probes deep Into
program the Po>s! ment In the Post Office Depart. royally entertained.Tuesday. .V* he made his way from sponslbl titles. Ia1b1q.
ment. ,.'t t'es on the coat to the remote Throughout the book the 1545 SW lit St.
John L Fryar and Willie L. morning May 1 at 9 1 *country, Bralthwalte talked author views the Africans as
Redding represented the car. o'clock the Grand Lodge and the FR 3-2748
with government leaders, rim; Fred Martin, motor vehicle Household of Ruth opened for ". tribesmen, former colonial -experimenting, learning, build.
Dept.: Hagan Eason, sup. transaction of business House. officials and tradesmen, and At. ing and growing. Human Inter
,,"'bor'.. staff and Matthew hold of Ruth met at Ebenezer cleans of every rank and degree est abounds In every chapter In
Wi'llams. the mail handlers and Methodist Church and the Odd ,' development Associating with such a way as to hold the atten. Sunny Says:
vehicle operators.The Fellow at the Masonic building.
'he Africans as one of them ton of the reader.
lecture was on the duties
working condition, physical After business! meeting the Taste' the
condition Income. promotion. following officers were elected

furty and retirement. for the Brothers: Open Sunday 2 to 6 p.m.

They are well received by all Atty. D. W. Pf>r 'n.. Grand sunnymorning

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sum. That Just goes to how you
that you give; the people some- I SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1962 PAGE 3
thing to do, and some place to >,'
6 go and everybody In happy

Around Miami IIAiIPTON HOUSE W. H. Bethel Post Ebony Fashion Fair .

nude TUG a few changes which has are To Sponsor Dance I October 21 "

more appealing to the eye. They The Amerdcan Legion of Rich I MlamJana you have a date
By DAVE BONOU have taken out the big oval bar mood Heights, William Henry with the fabulous fashion The
and put in a new crazy bar In Bethel Post No. 81 and Auxiliary Miami chapter of Alpha Kappa.
one of the corners of the room. will sponaor a dance Saturday Alpha Sorority eagerly anticipates i
.
-.5 ..-- T -. -_ _- A tier of steps will coon be la. May 26, at 9 p.m. at the presenting the chic, excitngly -
stalled and wall to wall carpets Youth Center. They will cele. gowned models of thee!
I TOOK A short trip to #M. I I Icoakley? He' a true Bahamian, and to top it all off, Dig brate their 12th anniversaryThe bony Fashion Pair Interuation.
sau last weekend and as tuual that's who "him" I.. Name attractions for the long Is cordially Invited ale. October 21 Is, the date. October
I stayed. with my girl, Marietta public ,
weekends. This week the "Other affair of Legionnairesand 21 for eye catching Fash-
McFee, owner and operator of TIE GLASS, who wm& full Brothers' from Canada are to thin gala Ion Fair.
Admission free
Marietta's Quest\ Hoiis, Tfcla! of ideas good ones, that is there singing and swinging Auxiliary. This year's show will have a
summer, she eays, she id pre* about bringing entertain China Valles, the all nlte DJ on flair for style from the Orient. ,
seating' a savings of a dollar ment to our city had Johnny WMBM is doing hid show from NW rreidn DeKn'!ight. Ebony's fashion I
per day to her cilstomere. Hartman and James Ray ae a the Le Rendezvous Room from 8th st. noted for Its and food editor, is currently I 6,
Whenever you go to Nassau, double barrel attraction but "soul food", has new mangers,
in:dnite to 6 a.m. All of this at visiting the Hawaiian Isles and
stop at Marrietta's beautiful only one gun fired. The yoUng, the fabulous Hampton' House but the same cooks and taety Japan (Pet April 26)) selecting::
House (with three food. I'm wihat you could call a"digger"
Guest separate inexperienced James Ray was fashions/ for Ebony's Fash'on. I
). The ratea are of Evernenas. This la '
buildings
really overscored by Johnny Fair with an Oriental flair.
Till SIR JOHN Restaurant Is
$4.00 a day per ,person but you Hartman. I have kbown Johnnyfor under Mark one of the few places in town Those who witnessed the first
tell her you read about her the Miami Times, rate back cand'ed' yam, ribs, smothered will recall
your show with him some time ) the dazzling pace and
Detroit and has been here since !
Need I
1 II 3 J300 per day for every day and he is known around the' February, Fritz is fine gentle steaks and corn bread entrancing fashion of this professional -
a
are guest there. Marietta say more? Boy, that's food! The 1962
you West Coast and the Eastern Seaboard man who knows good food andIs group version -
makes it possible for you to en- lie is a big name attrac promises to be that much
stressing better service, which !KNOW I've been in Just
Joy an inexpensive vacation that tion in show business, but known YOU more dazzling and entrancing.
ha been at the Sir ,
a sore spot
won't hurt your pocketbook. little in Miami until last week- John under former about every Septa nlte pot on Star that date (*) Oct. 21. Ebony ''
The service is good and the end. Restaurant the East Const Including caba. Fashion Fair. !
nice and owners Now, service is expectedto rets, dance halls, lounges, bare, I
,
roonw are very very
He has recently returned from be better and faster Cause, beer parlors and clip Joints. I
comfortable.As Europe where he 'stayed almost the man Fritz does not "skylark" Through the years, aa a reporter,
for Nassau, it Is still Jump two years, doing a wonderfulJob They are open 24 hours now, too. entertainer, consultant, person
ing. That island 'Is really on the there in television and nel Mxr., disc Jockey.announc.er l
ball The Cat and Fiddle Is still CHINA [
stage. I've heard a lot of folk M.C., TV announcer and a
the most popular spot in town; around town who missed' him Till IMMACULATE Dozen Is ,piece of a comedian. I have had
Peanuts Taylor, at the Goombay but heard about him, say that really off to a fine start. Your the opportunity to observe these
has a new big band and Ch'ckle! they hope Clyde will bring him votes are helping! select the bestIremed spots The Sepia "drink houee" ,
Home as one of the star attrac- back again. I'm sure that the ( man in our Dade County that has clientele that has VALLES'
tions; Roy Dowe, a golf bug, Glass: will make some arrange- area. In fact, cards are com. 'balances' Itself off in personalities -
the Conch Shell andis Ing in the dozen. This
by
now owns ment to bring the thrilling voiceof is hard to find. As an ex-
doing Just great. One of the Johnny Hartman back to the week Nat Vaughn holds the lead ample In one ,place you find too
ma'n!' topics of discussion is the Knight, Beat However, the 'Beat by a narrow margin of 67 voters; many loud-mouths, wall flowers, JAZZWMBM
golf tournament at tho Bahama Is Lure to be 'packed this week David Dobbs stayed at 421 I lease drunks or too many non-drink.
Country Club where Errol end with the Five Royals and Nash moved up to 50; Hank Ar- era (non.buyers), Too many
Leach, chief engineer of Tele- the Royal Band, plus the Kingof r ngton 39; Doc Shirley 27; snobs, eelf.invited party Invad.
communications.! and Exotic the Chicken Scratch, Frank Rev Graham 24; Doc Chapman ers, or the such Miami, with its
Gardens owner, E. J, nolle are DuDolse. 32; Clyde Klllens 36; Steve Me. long record of being first, has
leading. The final playoff Is this Elmurry still at 15; Nick Tho. come up with the kind of club AM 1490 FM 93.9 :,
Sunday PllKTTY fllllL of the Week: mas 371 Robert Jackson 8; Doc that Is well-balanced. The many LIVE FROM THE '
Another ('place that I found Alice Clapp Pretty Boy of Ben Atkinson 7; Julius Simmons t'raes I have walked 4n this par
was the Amber Liquor Store on the Week. David Paschal 3; Robert 0. Lee 23; Carl Wll- ticular spot I always find some HAMPTONHOUSE
Wulff Road, owned by a native Man About Town: Quentin North dams 2; Albert Smith 2; new of the nicest people I know having
who is juet as nice as be can Happy Couple of the Week: names In the hopper this week a ball. A place where the
be lIe Is George W. McKinney, Daniel and Sue Francis, are Roy Portler, Leo Armbrlster. personalities never seem to 12 Midnite 5 am. I
and is also a good golfer. From and Isaac "Ike" Vaughn who got elnah Hats off to a wonderful Man thru Sat.
these eyes, looks' like a lot of Till \TEUIl SHOWS at 14. place to go the Satellite
native Daham'ans! are going out Baker's Famous Corner, Tuesday Just keep the cards comingto Lounge You'll never know aboutIt
for golf. All in all, I don't care nights are doing Just /great me and let'a find out whom until you've been there Take I
where you go, there will never and attract big crowds. Tuea you will select a* Miami's 10 1tip from me, you'll like it. Save a Life -
be another place like Nassau. If day usually the "dead night" in (Best Dressed Men. That's the place to live life,
you don't believe me, Just aek the Liberty City area, but Ba. every golden minute of It .
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JUST BROWSIN' w
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II) Paul ft. Henry
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K Iy1 oooo0 25 e ,

The University of Miami! has
cracked down on faculty and r
students releasing flows to the 0 e 0 '
-- According to a new rule
N.W. 15th Avenue Phone OX 1.0421 press
Main Office at 07-10 cleared throughthe
dune* at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami Florida-Phone FR 223ft all news must be Information of- I p
publication ,
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K. SIOISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher I"I"II. ffce The penalty .for breaking V V
: :
GARTH C. REEVKS, Managing Editor this rule can be expulsion or ,
schange. 1 1
>;;n1I'CtJ as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1027, at the Post Office
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 3, 1876 "I almost fainted 'when twas
_,
called," said Miss Rebecca Green
SUBSCRIPTION RATES a sophomore at Harris Teachers
oX.5 YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN f 6.00 School, st. Louis, Mo.

Member of the Associated Negro-Press'-' This 19-year-old young lady Your confidence In me expressed at the
has been selected for the St.
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association dancing polls on Tuesday, May 8, will always make n.4t
._._, Louis University Opera's
!. She is the first Negro to II IIchom humble and grateful.

GROVE SLUM COMMITTEEThe join the chorus. I hope that my distinguished' opponents

Citizens Committee on Slum In New Orleans tIle school oil of you who voted for us, and many more
Coconut Grovel
board carrying out the federal will give me your continued confidence and
Clearance will hold its annual meeting on May 23, at the court's order to desegregate its support through the general election in No
Pilgrim House, Coconut Grove. schools decided to drop all bars vember.
racially in the first grade in all
This committee under the guiding hand of Mrs. Eliz-
public schools beginning this
You be sure that I shall seek alwaysto
abeth Virrick, has accomplished much at Coconut Grove fall The court has ordered tho may
serve faithfully the people of the Third District

flixt six grades desegrated.
Mrs. Virrick is interested not only in Coconut Grove area
Dade County, our State and our Country
Roman Catholic Schools in
but in slum clearance throughout! Dade County.In .
New Orleans will\ be desegregatedwhen and everyone of you individually. In any way
the Grove this committee has been instrumental in schools open !n the fall I can.

increasing the list of registered voters, in getting improved -
conditions Andrew Smith an epileptic Again with deepest thanks I am
garbage collection, improved zoning and diabetic committed suicide!
better streets, police protection and improved educational I Tuesday in his apt., 160 NW 7th I
facilities. 'st. That's too bad However, I Always
Smith did a very kindly act; he l1rtr.trW
is Care Center
There Day
now ,an up-to-date $35,000 fore h's death Knowing that .
built on a tract of land 100x136 donated by the Dioceseof William (Bill) Sawyer Jr. had ,
the Episcopal Church of South Florida. defective eyes, he left a note au e r'r7F
willing his eye to Bill The apartment -
The St. Alban's Day Care Nursery is an agency of In which he lived is own
the United Fund. ed by Bill.
,'. pel. . At the annual meeting imaginative plans for Plaza :P'.
Park will be shown for the first time. I

lie Ijc IN JOINT

INTER-GROUP YOUTH COUNCILThe RECITALC. MY SINCERE THANKSIt

annual banquet of the Inter-Group Youth
{ C. Millar, dramatic baritone, is with a sense of pride that I acknowledge the
Council of the National Conference of Christian and Jews left and Mrs. Josephine Malloy,
took place on Monday evening at the Ocean Branch mezzo soprano, both of whom vote of confidence bestowed my candidacy in the
Hotelwith Miss Faye Williams, presiding.The will appear In a Joint recital on May 8th primary for the office of Metro Commissioner -
Sunday afternoon, May 20 at 4 in District 2.
purpose of the Council is education for brother- o'clock at St. Agnes' Parish Hall

hood or giving to others the same respect and the same I 1742 NW 3rd court. The overwhelming support of the voter In all of

opportunities you want for yourself. Ell'ott J. IMeze of the Miami the 73 precincts of the district, which obviated any

Speaker for the occasion was Dr. Rarold Bell, pastorof Times find station WMBM, willserve I run-off, has strengthened my resolve to implement '
< u master of ceremonies
the White Temple Methodist Church. for the occasion Both Mr. Miller the program of good government, which all of us

He was introduced by Richard Garcia; and delivereda and Mrs. Malloy are members of have campaigned for and which you, the people have

very interesting address from the subject, "One Familyof voted for.

Man." Both my wife Shirley anal I are deeply' grateful for
A delicious dinner was served.and the whole programwas the many kindnesses and courtesies extended to us

enjoyable. r ,g during the campaign and woe shall count them among ,
Karl.Adult advisors are Miss Marie Roberts and Max J. ; our most cherished and reassured experiences.

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JOLLIVETTE PLAZAThe GratefullyTOM
SASS.LET'S .

Jollivette Plaza homes for Senior Citizens, has

been completed and plans are being made for its dedica-

tion. Opening date has been set for May 27 at 3 p.m. ,

The Plaza was named after the late Cyrus Jollivette, fs NArF USE EXPERIENCE!

a well known business man and civic ,worker. VOTE TO PROMOTE
The Plazas' is located between NW 24th! and 25th
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avenues !end C3rd and 64th streets. Barbara ( 1 Vw
There are 66 units, 36 one-bedroom and 30 efficien- .:> V ,
cies on the four-acre tract. The Plaza waS! erected at a -. $V a

cost of $756,000.It MINER
is a beautiful place and we are sure it will be appreciated r'R

not only by our senior citizens but by the pub- \ : )
MRS. ( :i KI"IIM<: MILLOY I R
lic in general. ... from County to s'
The chairman for the Dedication Services will be '

Atty. Henry Arrington, member of the Housing Commis- State Democratic !
sion.

The principal speaker will ,be Hubert Jackson, Inter- Committeewoman -

group Housing Relations. Officer, PHA, with regional of-

fices in Atlanta r .
Housing Authority Chairman Martin Fine will also rz
be speaker. Any registered

Metro and City afficials are expected to be presentto
witness the occasion Democrat in Dade i

This will be an historic affair and the public is invited County can vote forGot .E'
to witness it.

*: BARBARA MINER ,
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Metro Commission this week decided to reduce park- a dedicated
ing violation fines from two dollars to one dollar providing Democrat, pledged to

violators pay it within 48 hours. After one week you y A state wide, vIgorous campaign to "get out" the Democratic
must pay three dollars; after issuing of :a bench warrant, '-ot e

you pay ten dollars, after service by a ,deputy you pay A strong unified 1 'nocratic Party.
fifteen dollars. The choice is yours, the law becomes ef- .1 A "young Voters of America"
training profiruin for oar
fective October 1. I IIR. future voters
) 0. C. MILLER A ballot machine
in every high school for school elections
.
Dade County Tuberculosis Association will conductan choir No. 2 of Mt. Zion Baptist\ Political science sourerr for those intcre ca in our
Alcoholism Workshop on Tuesday, May 29 at the 'Church'a the mln'aterf which Charles Rogers Kovernmpnt
of
Dade County Department of Health Auditorium, 1350 Leo Jenkins the director.music and L. Recognition f bona.tide Democratic clubs
NW 14th streetRegistration a Work to
brings the Nato,,
The recital Is being sponsored Democratic Convention to Dade
begins at 9 a.m. by thfPlnk Carnation Circle ( mny in 108;,
There is no charge for the all day workshop. A box Miami. Donations' are $1.00.of P L Pol. Air

' ;'lunch will be available at a cost of one dollar. Reservations The,public) Is invited to an even
lag of fine
must be made by May 25. Call FR 7-2369.. I ment. musical- entertain -
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!, Commercial THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA ;'
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c/Ct Gardeners Ass'n I SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1962 PAGE_5 jj

V Organized .

Labor Leader Expresses
BY ELUOTT J. PIEZE COMMERCIAL :


PEPPER STAGES 'Ished policy that of-honor. GARDENERS Views On Bus Vote '1 I

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the
ing parents of the year ASSOCIATION
POLITICAL COMEBACKFormer several sets of parents will be Expressing view'\ 'on' the recent how the High Court will rub. Such
honored and will receive thedistlnguJ'shed election, particularly with regardto
have been
Senator Claude Pepperfor cases ruled against employers ':
Certificate of the YES AND NO VOTE PER .glr'
12 of the most as well. There has been
years one Commendation: to the Parents of A I'AirilMU TO TilE BUS BOND no other Instance
outstanding members of the that we know of
the at the REFERENDUM
annual
year program. in the United
United States Senate, and who States where the
The names of the parents to be THE ADVICE GIVEN BY NE.
for the past 12 has been County Government took in
years over
honored will be announced later, GUU LEADERS WAS TO VOTE
out of the political life of the A Commercial Hardener 4s one the strike condition as it was done \
In order to receive this award NO IF THEY WANTED TO KEEP
in the business here in Dade I
nation, staged one of the most who Is engaged County. They are
parent must have minimum of THE NEGRO DRIVERS AND IF
a ,
of shrubs usually taken
temarkable comebacks in the of maintenance lawn over through the :
four children! and all must fin. THEY WANTED IT TOGO BACK
for hid principal option of '
history of this country 'n lastTutcday's and flowers City Franchise It
primary election, Des. !sh high school livelihood and Is licensed by the AS IT WAS BEFORE TilE could have been done here, and I'' .

pate the fact that Pepper did not state, county, and city in whichhe STRIKE' THEY SHOULD' VOTE many people believe could have
enjoy the support. and endorse. serve The emblem above ES. been done much cheaper. '

mcnt of Miami's two metropolitan reprrceuu. u trout; 01 nen who Tho above phrase should not -
A Word To ',
daily newspapers (which have enough\ faith dn the future have: been used by our leaders for Our Bus hiders',
It is
not
may well have been a point in '), I}l'e' Iti'ltn'rv to attempt: to tho YES.NO VOTE had no direct buses and stand necessary to get on the
his favor, in the case of the rae, I It level of uctiinance. bearing on insuring the keeping gazing at thj N:-

morning paper) he nevertheless, 'i'he lint step In that direction #*. N,,gro Bus Drivers. If the get gro on Drivers.the bU3cs We and need to l L-ar.i to II
ran well 4n front of the combined was taken when the argr! .oader wanted: to advise their fol be seated and pay oar fares, :
total of hid three formidable 'uituro department offered a 12- journey as though
lowers, as a matter of opinion to the Negro Driver is Just !V!
oppoiunta and thereby won the weeks coun under the assistant Vow NO was alright, without using Driver without : anollur
nomination in the primary i :ounty agent, Douglas Knapp, In ho tbovj phrase. It would be wise it is regard to hb race. !
the of run. phase of garden:ng. T h <6 thoroughly unnecessary for'I
without necessity a ; vcry if our Negro leaders would make us to stand and make ''I '
loud ;
second admira! ,
melt ,
association every
.11cl1ls.'lves available and become
off.So tions over the Drivers. Third i h j
bitter were some of the Thursday in each month. These noro! familiar with such contra too much excitement f
antl-Pepper forces over his victory .noetings are primarily to bring vtfsialissues, then they themselves mad about J
for few the jnembera the latest inforiiiatlon a very few Negro Bus Drivers, foi-
that days rumors 10 ould find better ways to advise getting about the
floated around that a recount on gardening from the the people on the offensive or of many thousand .
Negroes
would be demanded by eupp rt- agricu'ture department through ,defensive side of the issue involva. ployed. who' are still unem. I
ers of former State Senator W. the Unhenrty of Florida Th.fas i

C. "Cliff" Herrell, who was tops presented in the form of mot There is a question of whether (Signed)
among the los-Ing candidates in slides, tape recorded lectures iho County would take oor! the Judge Henderson, President ",
the race for new third congnscional ,lid literature ILA Local
buses in the middle of a strike. No. 1416,
district: seat, which Pepper l.i:(JAL AMI Whether it was legal or illegal Miami Florida.BATKLUTH .
won. However, after the dust be settled the -,
The oc.utlon retains a law. will; eventually by
all cleared away, the boys llnall # yer for the use of !Its members. U, S Supreme Court. If the National
into the realization c the NKWH
came o
Labor Relations Board rules
Last! a sum in excels of
year
fact that Claude Pept or Is no will Our Juke box it* unlike any
against the County, they probably
twenty-eight hundred $2,800)was )
) other In
novice at the game of politics town. Charlie I'nrkorN!
-- ... recovered take it all the v/rty to the
The Negro vote played a definiterole High Court. On the other hand, u.ru"'t1"111111" itn\\ "llollboil"are |
in helping Pepper to win ADOVE AND BEYOND THE .\lK\lUlmSIII" Ii! they rule against the Union, in jazz clawdc \ You'll findtlwtw
Wbat many of the local eo TALL The NAACP honor is I immortal cla/sslcs only at
The next: regular meeting all probability they will take it to
called political !prognosticators, Rev Fred D. Shuttleworth of June 12, 8 pan at 2696 NW the High Court. There have been the Satellite Jet in on the good l
who had picked Pepper to lose niimingham, Ala, at its fifth an. 7th ave. All gardeners are invlttil cases where the High Court ruledto (time. Mliuiil'n most unique
(on the basis of the fact that he nual national Freedom Fund to attend and share in this rehire all employees with retroactive
lost two senatorial races, within Onner May 20 in New York 8ATKLUTN LOUNGE
of the
effort to raise the level The only the Negro
pay -
the past 12 years,) failed to take city Gala $11 per couple fundraising gardening Industry, Drivers would be way affected isi1' 0223: NW 7th- Ave.
that while Pepper. did lose two affair will be held In the I
'.
Art cles will appear monthly such a ruling were made, which
Into crjnsiderat on, Js the fact Grand IJallroom of the Waldorf with Information regarding our would not only involve the Negro MIAMI TIMES ADS !
Astoria Hotel Rev. Shuttleworth
races, he did not lose them In progress.A Drivers, but the whites as well.
the southeast Florida Pep. Currently faces 27 legal counts'or
area.
C. Smith 1 fa the president.
per always ran well in front of : participating in protect dem. 1 am not an authority, nor is DON'T COST THEY PAY {
his oppot_Itions in Dade Countyas jnstratlons. His church was dy. any ono else in the position to say l

well as other parts of southeast namited and he and his wife Gifts - -
Flor'da. It was in thosse .vere mobbed, beaten and stabbed Display

small 'pork chop" counties In >y racists during: 1957. Newly Weds to FINEST SELECTION IN MIAMI
central and wet ,Florida where Father Theodore Gibson: pres. -
dent of the Miami branch will Mr and Mrs. William Carring.
PEPper lost those' two race '
not in Dade County. The third Attend the dinner ton Edwards of 1798 NW 57th Government Inspected and Approved
congressional district being whol I St., will hold a display and show.
ly within Dade County, a Pep. ---- --------- Jug of the many gifts receivedy
SUNDAY M.\TIXKI5:
per victory last Tuesday was a ; (them at their recent marriage, LOVELY HOMES OPENLow

v rtual certainty, to those really ...Sunday aftMiioon ftt them Hat el. on this Sunday, May 6 from 2
'':n the ":mow." And Pepper's lie( im+ a ball Lat wek'n w. to I fi; p.m. The showing will be
'election will do much for the iou Included some of Miami's at their homo Relatives and Low Down Payments
good of Florida as well as the lrt'rtt-f'St inuwlrlaiift Hill friends are Invited to view the I
nation as a whole. Congratulations 1'eeple on drum*; Eddie Cri. gifts EZ TERMS! LESS THAN RENT
to Claude Pepped upon his oplu-r on organ, Kddlo: on tram Mr. and Mrs. Edward were
significant victory and may ono! Jimmy Ileevm on vilK'W'| Joined in holy matrimony on Eas. -A--
he serve for a long, long time take It this Niuiday, from 8 p.m. tpr morning at St Agnes
to 7 i.m. ;lever admission 2p ncopal Church with the Yen. 1094 N.W. 41st Street
IT'S ALUMNI REUNION Ilrlct4. John 1S. Culmer, officiating I
Huge 3-bedroom on large corner. 2 garages. Lovely I
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Alumln reunion time at Have a Lifetime Profession'CoreCroft' qualifying. Owner hold tat mortgage at 6 par cent
Booker T. Washington High $85 month.
School on Tuesday, June 6 and I

time Friday it, Is June going 8 to- be.and what a School for Nurse's Aids 4220 N.W. 11th Ave.

In this year of 1962 the class Show place of ;the area. A bargain for $13,500 for
of 1952, 1962 and 1932 will re- SUMMER CLASSES NOW FORMINGFor the dicriminating
turn to school to celebrate their buyer. Huge room

first second and third reunions.: Ten Week Course Day or Evening
The annual reunion program 1441. N.W. 43rd Street

will noon, be June held 5, on at Tuesday 2 o'r'ock in after the REGISTER NOW I Nice CBS home for $12,000. Fla. room, front porch,

school' auditorium. Mrs Alber. tile roof, hardwood floor, aluminum awning,
tha Nedjon Carroils, a memberof 1711 W. Flagler St. 'Call FR 9.7357 $400 down and low, low payments-Wow!
the Class of 1952 will be th'
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principal speaker on program
Representatives of the 1409 N.W. 44th Street

Clauses of 1942 and 1932 will Special today. Move in with $295. No qualifying, no
also respond on the occasion.The ANNIVERSARY SALE
usual reunion tradilionaitems closing costs $70 per month pay everything.

will also to included on Rudy's Record and TV Center '
:
1344 N.W. 46th Street 3
the afternoon's agenda. All In.
6801 NW. 15th Avenue PH. OX 1-6821
dlcatlons point to the fact that Cleanest home in Miami.
You off
eat the floor
this year's reunion celebration I* Hour t) _m. N )t.m. 3fon. trim Fri, f) |Mn. Hat. can

going to be one of the greatest Owned and olM'rater) by Rudolph I-verlly with two qualified A real doll houe. 2 bath, garage, 'all this for $600

in the long (history of UTW. technician to noire jour television problem down.

PARENTS OF THE YEARIn SPECIAL BARGAIN 1475 N.W. 53rd Street ";1

keeping with a long cstab- 4/ Labor Charge wa $4.00, now $2.50 Best deal in town. CBS tluplex, 2-bedroonu' one side,
TUBES TESTED FREE
v 2 stoves and 2 refrigerator $400 down
))on'( forget to flop in Ilu month. Live for nothing. for this
Hurry .
HEART SUNDAY latest hi* In Jazz, lock 'n' toll I Hue,* amt Spirituals| ]

WORKERS TO fAa: 1112 N.W. 77th Street ,

Huge CBS duplex, bedrooms and porch each tide. I

BE HONOREDHeart Lovely landscaping. Large rear patio. Many fruit

Sunday Volunteer and NIGHTINGALE COLLEGE tree. $700 down and! live rent free.

their families In the area will be
honored at a Thank You Coffee 265 N.W. 5th Street FR 3-1675 -0-
at the Honey Plaza Hotel on
ENROLL NOW FOR
Sunday, May 27 from 2 to 4 p.m.
Awards will be presented to NEWS REALTYThe
the Heart Sunday volunteer who 51st Physician's A ssistant Class I

worked during the 1962 HeartI '
MONDAY 'MAY 21
BEGINNING ,
Drive.
Fund ( Broker That Works For You)
Scholarships will be awardedto for lifetime profession
fifteen Dade and Droward ..., ,Prepare a 4600 NW 7th Ave. PL 4.0655
school student who will ** } Conditioned Classroom
high Air
(Open Sunday"II )
work In local laboratories doing M10
research on heart disease this ,
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Opa Locka Chess THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

I SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1962 PAGE 7
TitleThe
Players Win ::

chess players of North participated In the competition! to attend one of their sales par. I
I for the Elizabeth VIrrick. Award. tiea or teas that they have plan
Dade travelled to Miami Jack.
The Center fourth place
won ned, please cooperate.
Bon High School on the 27th of and honorable mention. The

WALK SOFTLY and carry e puzzle or doing his Income tax April to compete in the Ninth award la for the best project Involving .
b'g stick." I like that phrase. II report. Both demand rapt sere- Dade County Interscholastic the community in someway
gasses metThat's Ity. chess tournament The North and for the good of the
Dade players did very well for : community. The project at North
just what the old veteran
Without looking up from his I IFtIJIRegular t
themselves in winning the 7th Dade was concerned with adult
his of many campaigns did in lings he summed up the whole grade championship Also, Sam. recreation in the Opa Locka-1 t
triuphant march back to
mesa In exactly six words
Dunche 1'arlc The Center
uel Bradehaw was named the area
I
the White House.. Yep Claude 'Coulda .
cause an accident, fifteen
Pepper the email town Alabama dollars" Seventh Grade County Champ ia very much concerned about I 15c Size
ion. Alonza Samuels was the top the adults In the area and the
boy, walked (not so softly) and
wielded a big stick in Going into ante room to pay winner with three wins out of manner In which they take partIn
bushes around Florida beatingthe In that cop's salary, we mopped our four matches. However this was the acttv.tlas'; of the Center ROYAL CROWNMEN'S
of brow and pondered an apueal. not enough to earn the Eighth The staff at the Center 4s very
quest votes to make h's
ond bid since tec. Our day In court was muffed Grade Championship anxious to work with the adults
leaving Capitol thru a weak and leaky defense! of the area and plan activitiesthat POMADEWhen
Hill,. a resounding success. On the 4th, 5th and 6th of they would want in a recre.
There is still a lot of rep in We were vexed with our wife May some of the the players ation program.
Mr Pepper! and ourself as we carefully back. partlc-lpnUd( in the Gold Coast You Buy i I
ed out of the parking lot. First Chess Tournament which was Thursday nights have been set
And now the time comes for with her whom we took along h"ld at the" Slrrrv Fronten aside as Adult Recreation night
the turncoats to, appear and to show her what a great lawyerwe Hotel on Miami Beach In the It 1/1 hoped that more adults S5e SIZE Ij
shake hands of the winners and could be, for ribbing us Boaster Division, Samuel Brad will come out and help the staff
cay "Great,, win old boy. I about how stupid w look in font thaw placed ninth Alonza Sam. give them the kind of program
know WE, could do It. WE really of the bench. And with ourself uels placed llth and Edward that the community would want. ROYALCROWN I
!licked 'em|" That's an old for not getting that judge's nameo Reed placed 17th. The D\nce Group under the
direction of Marie Floyd Is
Mrs
American: custom. we could vote against him
when he runs for an office In Earl King and Willie Lawrencewere busy planning for its summer
the future,, the winners in the Doubles rec tat Elva Evans Is the president HAIR DRESSING
WE WERE recently summonedto Table Ten Is Tournament held at and many wonderful ideas
appear in city court for What we laughingly call a the Center on the 6th of May.VIIUUCK are being suggested by the
moral to this story is: Always members.The .. j
violation of a traffic law. We
ir.r.
plead guilty and get the hell AWARD majorettes are in hopesof
backed our car out of a deadend-:
utta thereliT'S !
street which we had Inadvertently ) The Recreation Center along getting new uniform for the
drove up Mr. John Law waswatch'n with the Boy and Girl Coun.re10ra coming school year. When one
? our maneuvering from AMAZING what women go of North Dade High School approaches you with an Invite MI i I

a vantage point "hidden" in a through with for the sake of "
convenient dark spot. Hence we beauty; artificial or otherwise. 1
were a dejected possessor of said Ever since Cleopatra's time Have a Lifetime Profession'CareCraft'
summons. women have been daubing on I r i
The criminal mind is a'ways cosmetics, glueing on fake eye.
devising means of beating a rap. lashes putting on make ready School for Nurse's Aids -
So we prepared bulges :
our ca. e care here and there where
fully for the day of reckoning.On they are deemed most necessaryto I ,
a shapely body. Yeah, THEY I 1711 West Flagler Street
th's
'particular Friday we
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were artificial too! Even the f
nervously stalked Into the court most luscious and stunning FR 9.7357 r
room; our shiftly eyes cased the broad of those days resorted to Get your "perfect p ir for wn- i
joint and all possible avenues of the "make believe." New classes forming each week. Ten weeks course groomed hair Royal l Crown !
etcape. Pomade for men Royal Crown
There were hardened traffic Women are naturally adorned Day or evening classes Hair Drawing for women..at drug I
violators ,present. Three timers with beautiful tresses and there REGISTER NOW food variety and general' storitlTMIS
were no thought of wearing
with eyes equally as shifty as toupees.In cull oooo roe UHITIO TIM.*,. I
our with the unmistakable criminal the 20th century If milady __ i
high cheek bones and low had to resort to a wig for her -
forehead. We suddenly discard. pate it was done 1n complete
ed the idea of making a break
'ecrecy s'gned in blood between
for It when the Interlocutor (that her head dreeser. Things have Ii"i "
is the guy who is court interpre.
changed, the water runs uphill. ,
ter and sort of town-crier) said, .
"Lawrence Our chicks now, unabashed :'d ,
D. Cooper, you are J ;
hide the nappy coiffure with '
charged with backlngjnto an In. ;,
tersection. Guilty or not guilty?" store-bought, ready-made hair. r. \ _.
doa
at the corner drug .store -
We didn't know that calling of with green stamps, yet! I
one's name could drive stark ter. We would like to be an inn o"
ror in you as did ual! cent looker-on after le femme
"Guilty," we said with a def! haii trapped her man with these
ance. falcies led the unsuspectIng'
"Have you anything to say In fool to the altar and after the Ii'd
your defense reception gu'e' tB .Vhave departed
"You darn tootln' we thoughtas begin' to shed and We thinkwe
we rifled through our noteson have gone'' far enough with
traffic law "I'll show this this!

stupid Judge." -_-.NLMN_-._-UuUUuuu_.._--_.._-.._--...-LN i:
With legs wide apart and a
list rapping on the railing "Your BARRY MANORThe "
Honor, It was like this" They I:,)
were about the only audible Offer -' J "
words heard in the court. The
others were.just above a whisper Rent Reduced
as we lost all composure. 'e a. ,
knew we were sunk, "j
1-bedroom apt. only $12 NOW OUR HOMS'S .
The judge was very condescending 2-bedroom apt. only $14
about the whole thing A8 COOL AS
a* he kept looking Intently on
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today for full particulars absolutely GREGORY ROBERT I POLLY
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no
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r Harold Kubnnks, left, a recent '
graduate of the Radio Electron. ''
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is now employed at the RCA
plant in Riviera Beach, Fla Mr. I a MQtlui'T5OT1001gT1d1..allllMM.INTEI, .tlOllA&.l WII _
Eubanloj commuted daily as a I
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fact that he had this overwhelming ( '
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Corps: to allow interested Indi a
viduals to obtain detailed information the daring story of a teen age boy in love withan and aI

on Peace Corps projectsand experienced woman I ;;
to obtain, help In filling out last
Volunteer Que.Lonnalres will be i' thanctto
held from 6-11 p,m. at the Hotel Cold Wind In August t
Columbus make
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May 18.Three. PLUS
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cers, Mr. Jack Vaughn, Maurice The Ktrango and terrifying conflict between 2 men in a 1

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on Peace Corps programs "THE'SINGER NOT THE SONG"IN I
ready: under way. Question.
nalres and other Peace Corps COLOn !STARRING JOHN MILLS<
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entering training this summer.
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Northwestern Senior High School
Adult Education Center begin.. Y
.,' ning Tuesday, May 22 at 7 p.m :
I' The course will teach people ,t* VOTECONFIDENCE I
what to do In order to survive
and METROCOLOR
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n quea and addLJonat services are, : : .3Ia.j
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will be charged. The classes will : _
meet Tuesdays, and Thursdays: WARNERCOIORCOMING
Certificates will be awarded per. A ... ,
eons completing the three week LET'$ ELECT. .
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course. Tell your neighbors and
clubs. aASf
The emphasis Ls placed on
Individual Survival so no' one ...1
"Red"Christmas
can depend on another person or Marvin '
group to be responsible. for him .
or hla family. ,..
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State Beauticians 'Personal Mention send a big hello and farewell 1 THE MIAMI. TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA ,
to all of his many friends and
.Convention To Benjamin Brice, popularly adds that he'will return to Ml. II SATURDAY' MAY#.10, 1962 PAGE :9 }:
known as the "one and only Ben amt in September Relatives and ... C.. II I Ii
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Feature WorkshopAll Brice," left Miami Thursday I'i S J;
friends are hoping of Brice an.I t
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having hrr nieces TlsltMr.. } She ;
morning for Cold Springs Farm I CLASS OF 42 TO JIEET
other his
successful at sum
will not be work and. bus.; Inn at Etaintord, N.Y. on his stay reports their having a wonder ,tt,
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mer post.
iness at the 25th annual, con. ; annual summer junket. BrIce ful stay All graduates of the class of

ventlon Beauticians of the Association.Orange :Blossom:, Inc. Mrs. Raphu WillUma is in Mrs.Muriel WllKajna a: : left. this' 1942.are. asked, to meet: Tuesday, ..
will convene in tre Beautiful Dublin, Va. attending the fun. week for New York to spend a May 22, 8 p'm. at lfutcheson'sRealty
that
City of Sarasota, May 24. that inspires creating high fah- eral of her mother, Mrs. Rosa two weeks vacation with her Build.ng, 5178 NW 17th.
ion coiffeurs. Morrison who died Sunday, .May daughter, Mrs, IIa .el Smothers i
Is the social side of It to ave.
There
Walter C. Black Is the guest 13. of Brooklyn. I
complete a well 'planned convene artist for the two.day workshop. .
tion. I Registration and all business: Mrs. Loralne Jenkins and '
Excitement Is always right in meet.nga: are at the Elka home niece, Miss Doralne Woods of 1
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0. B A. contest.
Miss A
newfeature
the
Spevy and 27th St. Mrs. Ola M. 712 Thomas St., Key West werevisit :
for the state is the pa.rade '
Williams, president, and mem. ng their aunt, Mrs Mary
of tjnlts. Tuesday after
T. Black of 1430 NW 5th Ct.
bers of
unit 18 hosts
are Mrs.
22, each
noon May unit willdret.s Mrs. Black ta the well known
Alaine S. Waldon, West Palm
or represent something of now retired kindergarten teach.
their the two-day workshop What couldthe I
Mrs. Opal King of Miami, will
wear, demonstdate and teach the *
latest in allover wigs, the car HENDRIE stands for: English
and hair weaving.';j-Mrs. King r4 .11
completed a course In wig mak ,3 J rIK'otuat1uanll/ strength I .
Ing in 1948 and la elated In. the lining the American way of possibly mean'Ij t
rising trend in wigs and hair life.ll .
weaving the world over. It is quite the rage, a must in MI. m tJc. Cordon .&
lady's wardrobe. llu'ldlng stronger 1n tl a .
Each year the stylist of the healthier boys and girls "
association attended advanced Vocational training oppor. T'd splash?
scools. Workshops and clinics to unities. .
learn the latest, newest: methods r + A full program for except!' 1
chemicals and techniques in applications i.f tionallv able and handicapped
to bring to the stay.at. s' children. ?
homes, so that they can etlll Adequate salaries for all plash" is the English way of saying.''soda
compete In' this -ever-growing 'fir' school personnel. S water" Mixing i Itjwith Gordon's Gin is
ever-expanding industry. The Adequate authority!raspon.Mlbility other side of the
the ,
beauty culture profession., for principals and a popular pastime oq I
The workshop staff are welt 1 touchers. Atlantic. Most Americans prefer "tonic andice" : .
trained beauty stylists and consultant Sound economy in all school But the ; ..
and the trend is usually DISTRICT 1 bu.lnf'M.SCHOOL as a mixer on
towards the most modern work choice of gin-complete ac

cord. Gordon's. Its distinctive ,

BOARD dryness and flavour

seem to tip the balance. '
CHINAVALLES
You'll find these qualities #
Vote May 29th '
wherever you call for GOB

(COUNTY WIDE ELECTION) Gordon's by name; for .fft 4

JIM HENDRIE hal been engaged in business in every bottle Is still basedonAlexanderGordon'sorig

Northwest Dade for more than 15 ')"ear.. His familiarity DISTILLEDlONDONDRY
JAZZWNBH with the problem educational, fiscal and pro- Inal 1769 formula Could

gresswise are thorough. His election is your surety i this be why Gordon's is thebiggestselling GIN I

of adequate intelligent representation. gin in Eng- ;

Jimmy Hendrie is an Edison and Tech High graduate land, America, the world? _
AM 1490 FM 93.9 and hold a. Bachelor of Science degree from
LIVE FROM THE Unversity of Florida. He i il a family man with two

HAMPTONHOUSE children : DUrillf LONDON DM GIN,IOOX NtUTMl IMITt OlWUO ftOU CIAIIN MOOT.
ENDORSED BY THE MIAMI HERALD AND oorooNsotronco ITO?IINOH. .J.M09UCT Of It,I i

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After the votes are cast and people prefer and demand true
talked, it appears to be a good democratic principles and not
American custom to d.scuw at an intolerant segregated way of
f the "whys" angwuerefores" ute. '

cant of the Any way political the And Mr. Cliff Herrell I Whata f4\\t WAti ____________
were
ballots Interest, but mistake he made when be t
generates
campaign candidates running for the thought that his words and actions .
tae on the Florida Legislative i
Congressional
Democratic
recent in the Third and Investigating Committee would
nomination act rise up and defeat him when
certainly arous.
ourth DLtrtcU Dade .le wanted to be a repre&enta-
than
LIJ
td Countians more interest have seen in many ...ve of the Dade County votersIn IL
Washington. It was not an
years. easy thing for members of the ,

TilE! VOTES ARE COUNTEDThe Dade County NAACP to be sm 1$1_
of Claude Pepperand wrought before the Investigating _. r .- -
victory
Committee; It was a harrowing St. Luke Baptist
Dante Fascell certainly upset and terrific experience., For !: :: On .Thursday Dillard Play
a good many political commentator some ground played host to Sunland
Fascell had been wt us this experience Is over, but Church Signs ,
Mr. to kick off the City-wide Softball .
for the
waging a good fight, but some not cant Father courageous and' mill ContractOn League for this season. The
Theodore R. Gibson
people felt that Mr. Eldredga BROWAR01 game wag exciting from the beginning .

had a slight edge on him. And But as Father Gibson awaits Tuesday night, May 8th the to end. Sunland broke
Cliff Herrell was the favorite via: > hearing before the U. S. Supreme St. Luke Baptist, Church held a the ice with the first four runs;
over Claude Pepper, according to Court sometime In the very Impressive service the COUNTY i It was until the last Inning when
most of the newspapers. Per. oming months, I know it will gnlng of the contract to erect I Dillard found themselves, they
liapa the most interesting and )9 a comfort and a great re. its new building on the cornerof exploded with three big runs; of
revealing facts about the primary Assurance to him to know why 18th ave. and 55th St. Pastor NEWS I course they should have scored
voting was the defeat of re. cliff Herrel was defeated and P. W. Wllllama and ContractorJack I five but due to minor mistakes
act.onary forces and the triumph :hat this militant fighter for Binkley are seen sitting at they were unable to capture the
of liberalism. reedom has not been in vain. the table signing the document. -II- I victory I
Kneeling beside them The final score was 53.
are two WALTKIl VI1
According to many sources, members of the building com ............... By .:
the Negro vote was largely Instrumental SUNLAND AND WALKERSWIN
Loyal 59'ersE'ashion mittee, Plenty Whitehead and
In changing ,the face lehmel Fennell. Mr, and Mrs1. John Thomas OPENERSIn
of the picture. The figures given Standing In back of pastor wish to announce the marriage opening day games In the
out by the Miami Times last TeaThe Williams and Mr. Binkley are of their daughter, Mary Alice City.wide softball league Sun-
week prove that this time the other members of the building ,Walker to Frederick S. Slark, land edged Dlllard 4.3 while
Negro vote was a mighty factor Loyal 59'ers will have committee. Reading!' from left to son of Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Clark Walker edged North Fork 240.
in the end result, and that more heir third musical fashion tea I right: Henry Snells, Johnn'le' ill of West Hollywood. Walker went on a 24.hit ram.
Negroes voted at that time than at the Masonic Hall, 1744 NW Pool Floyd Davis, Thelma Williams page while scoring 24 runs. Willie .
ever before. ird ave., on Sunday, May 27, ( William COvington, cen. Mobley and Charles' Mortonhit
Mrs. E. J, Clark Is happy to
from 4 to 7 four baggers.
p.m. ter, chairman Hubert
TilE MIGHTY BALLOT Ammon, thank her many friends and
It is a source of great satisfaction .' Models appearing on the program Mallsea Fields, William Nor. children of Central Baptist
to me, aa I am euro it include: Talmadge Er. wood Harris, Harris Mlzpah, Bertha Church for the memory of Two hundred and forty boys
must be to this paper, and to the rngton; Miss Lillian Kearson, and Josh Green. Mother's, Day Special thanks to will engage In Sunland Little

many workers for the cause, of Mlas, Belle FluEllen, Miss Madly The pastor taken this methodto the Missionary Society and the League Baseball program this
freedom that Dade County Ne. n Carter, iMre* Emma Grace, thanlc the building commit. Centrallte: Chorus. summer. The program will consist
groes finally aware to the mighty Miss Floajie Roberts, Miss Eve tee and the faithful members of of four leagues, with four
power of the ballot, and used Carter, Mr. Emma! Grace, Mrs. our church for the Job they The Star Llgtht Command / y teams constituting a league. The
this power wisely and well to Mrs M. Ellen Redd< Miss Bessie have done thus tar' Also thanksto No. 38 will meet Sunday, May Knee-high League begins its
nom nate two men of liberal and Harris. the public for, its- support and 20 at the Masonic Temple on Bummer schedule Wednesday,
democratic thinking. It has long goodwill In helping us to come Pembroke Road at 3 p.m. June 13 at 9:30 am. and will
been the contention of those of I Hair Styles will be modelledby this far in our building ,program.We r play there after on Wednesdayand
us d Dade County who are con. Louis Robinson, Shirley further wish to state that The Carver Ranches Cham, Saturday.1' Boys 8 through
cerned with civil rights and I Green, Vera Bettareon, Louise' anyone desiring to give a dona. ber of Commerce will meet May 10 years of age will make up
democratic principles that the Ranson, Dorothy Spechpy, Eve. tion can mall at to 1780 NW 21. 8:30 p.m. All members are this league.: Fifth Avenue 8.
Negro vote In this area, could yn Louis 55th St. in the name of the St. asking to be present Bailers, Sevi\n-3Iour Laundry,
accomplish many and great Mrs. Thelma McDonald will Luke Baptist Church. Thankingyou Burger King and Certified Loan
things. The May primary and its Introduce Mrs. Lona Brown for any and all donationsthat DILLARD IN CITY.WIDESOFTBALL are the team sponsors for the
result was certainly a classic Simmons aa mistress of ceremony you might give., league.

example of this. and L. BerrieD will fur. Rev. P. W. Williams __ -"'" -O----Y -""'
nish music. ::;1:"'='<:: '::;'::;'::;'::; -" '::;'S ':'::;':'=7 "!"' "!r

factors There that were influenced probably the many Negro Florence Allen Is chairman Mrs. Buresba Green, reporter |3 PEOPLES DRUG STORE BARBECUE

vote, bat I like to think that ZION HILL MISSIONARY S AND LUNCHEONETTE
perhaps two were the most important McGHANEY *

One curely must be the Rev. James Pickett, pastor I 402_ __ and____ dOfi_ N.W... 8th_ Street_ FR. 4.. A7.4.
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Dade Negro voters that the bat- are preparing for our | Drug Store Bar-B-Que
lot Is a powerful 'Instrument and I am home again. Tues. Woman's Day program which
added to other ballots can bea day evening, May 15, I attendedthe will be held on May 27 In the | Specializing in prescription. Featuring breakfast luncha.
great force for good. The other North Dade Junior and Sen. auditorium of the Brownsville \S (intent medicines and sundries ., dinner Old Hickory Barbecue ,
must most certainly be the Junior High School la
tor Hligh School concert. It was Everyone from 5 p.m.
determined awakening by Ne. really great and those who were I I Invited. X Open| daily 0:30 a.m. 12 p.m.
groes In .this area to the fact that absent missed a fine affair.I >K PH., Sat to 1:80 a.m. Open Fri. & Sat. to 2:80 a.m.
the strong exercise of their votes have heard a lot of mus-ic
for the cause of freedom and democratic In a lot of placed. In my day, butI SEE THE SOUTH'S Satisfaction Guaranteed Free Delivery
principles will be one of did not expect on Tuesday 1
the most vital instruments in LEADING COLORED << ? i::: :::
night' to hear such a treat right
the obtaining of first class citizenship here, given by our children. It PSYCHIC READER
for them was the most wonderful that I
A VINDICATION1There ever heard.Just -CONSULT HER- Bobby Marshall does it again I

can be no doubt at all a short time ago, not one EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHTAT
of the etudenta !
that the defeat of David Eld. taking part could
redge and Cliff Herrell was a play an instrumc it. God bless THE
Mr. McCall and all of Nor hDade'll
rndicatlon of the NAACP, its
freedom lighters and the mill faculty.
iMore later. Thanks. LIBERTY THEATREANOTHER
tant Father Theodore R. Gibson R.J.M.

David Eldredge appeared certain -
that the majority of the votersin
Dade County wanted to returnto i f', RUPTURE RECTAL
slavery day thinking; he was DISEASES
confident that the people wanted 1:* Office Treatment, Low I AMATEUR' : NIGHT
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Mrs. Corene Watts To Speak



f; to Cf trdiI At Mount Olivette May 20 I


me r The theme for this observanceIs

: d l "Findlug New Frontiers With i
.= PN I Christ Am Our Leader" :I

Mr. Corene Watts will be
guest speaker at the 11 a.m.
To My MotherI { service and a musical program,
Mt. Moriah Women's Day under the direction of Mrs.
was mother thinking of you dear Miriam Taylor will be presented I

at the 7 service.
p.m.
And (the grief that I made
Our guest speaker lIS Southern
TEMPLE BAPTIST you bear Director of the Young People'sDept.
It took the Holy Gospel, Mother, of the National Baptist
Rev. L. A. Thompson pastor To make me really care.
Convention, Inc., and is at pres
It took the truths I learned '
'bi The auxiliaries many
members and ent working with the Baptist
friends are observing the 30th Women of Florida with headquarters I
Tomake me see the light,
anniversary of the church and at Florida Normal Col.
pastor this week. The celebration Oh how your lovely heart did lege. I

Qrt terminates Sunday night whena burn.
memorial service will be held Those many sleepless nights. Mrs. Watts ha devoted her
G for all the departed member When I was young and foolish, life's wort: to missions and re.1,1glous .
c
.4 Evangelist H. Roll from the My thoughts were all for Joy, ,x rY rf education and has traveled
Bahamas will be the speaker But now I'm on a mission, extensively in America and

The Rev. I,. Hepburn will deliver Of some poor son some abroad.
the i Anniversary message at little boy. She comes to us with a rich I
11 a.m., My Ideas are now changing, background of knowledge that
.I think I've found /the Joy, will guide and
The Red Circle, Mrs. M. He0. -- -- -- -- ----- -- strengthen the
burn, director, will sponsor That comes from rightful living, MRS com -'E WATTS Christian women in meeting the
,, 'Talent Unlimited" Sunday at 3 Taught by Mother to her boy. Guest SpeakerTo challenge which ta ours today
kA ;>.m. Some of the leading musical: On this! your day, dear mother The public 4s invited to share
talent of the county will be partlclpanjts .- My thoughts all wonder home, 12th annual Woman's Day with us this observance, and a
,. r. :! / and this program Thinking of you dear, Mother- Day will be observed at Mt special Invitation is hereby ex
promisee to be an outstanding While far away from home, Olivette Baptist Church 1450 tended to leaders of women'schurch
'ultural affair. The public is In.I I Thank God I have a Mother, I NW 1st court of which the Rev.I groups and organiations
vited. To honor on this day, I C. Mlcklns fa utor, All day Mrs. Isaac C, Mlcklns, general
Duo by letter only I I .
Saturday evening the my way. Sunday May 20.PUN chairman
men organized Not with flowers gifts or tokensI I
Ins, NAOMI SYMONETTB for Men's Day, with ss appreciation
e\pr. my ,
. I Deacon A. J, Hanna as chairman,
For
the many things you'redone
Mr. George Hepburn cu chair- Choraleers at

nan, S. Damn, secretary E. For ail .those comforting itiutruc.tlona. I PHUN
!"hompson! treasurer They will .
PHIL
liy OR90PUK
Mt. Zion
leet this Saturday at 7:30 p.m. I'roiu my Mother to her son ........... SundaySunday
"'
make further .
H arrangements.All
of the men are urged to be With love- See where some. "rightist" haauggeuted morning at 11 o'clockthe
irerent Your son, Kelly that Red Road be re Choraleers of the D a. d e
Mother's Day honora went to By Kelly Calvin Bradshawto named John Birch Boulevard County Children's Home at
Irs. Florence Hepburn, oldest his Mother Well, I'm a liberal myself, butI Kendall will be guest ringers at I
Mrs. Bradshaw
nother Mra. R. Benson young. Mary can BOO that in one way '(a Mt. Zion Baptist! Church, 301
'st, and Mm. Hester Grey, moth. one way street) it could be an NW 9th street Rev. E. T. Graham
3r with largest family present BAHA'I ASSEMBLY .mprovN fnt. Traffic would be pastor, They will be un.
smoother If there were no der the direction of Mr and Mrs
The Baha'is will hold a pub. "left" turns, which there Robert Bryant, staff member at
I
Church of The Open Door He meetl.ig 8 p.m, Tuesday, May shouldn't be on a 'rightist Kendall They will be assisted by
2.:, at the Baha'l Center, 137 street. '. the Junior Group of Kendall
Rev H. C. McDowell pastor NW 11th ave., to observe the As liberal as I am,, I'm a con. who will be directed by Mrs
A. E. McNeal, reporter 1 ,\/th\/ Anniversary of the Decla. servatlve while driving I always Mattie Brown a staff member.
Mother's Day was Indeed a ration of the Bab. Mrs. Lucille keep to tho light.. Tills businue On the afternoon at 4 o'clock,
:led Letter Day at the Church of Bjffln will peak on "The Age of terminology in one philosophy Mr*. Carrie ll.ggt will be the
The Open Door. DaWea. baptized of Fulfillment." (Phil Ossofer speaking is confusing speaker The mlatreaa, of cere-
vvere Nina Elayne Anders, daugli. The extreme leftists are monlesMrs.\ Janet Moore will be
ter of Mr. and Mrs, Walter An.reI's Observed by Baha'is through not right, and the extreme right presented by Mrs Mattie Brown,
and James Randolph II, son out the world this event stems ists will get left. The middle'of. recognition will be conducted by
of Mr. and Mrs. Jamee> B. Ran. from May 23, 1844, when a the roaders are right, Mrs Robert Byrant. Mr. Albon.Williams .
MRS. ELIZABETH POTMAN dolph. young man of Shlraz, Iran, Now this works out different Is the superintendent
10 my surprise the orchid for known as the Dab (Gate) announced on the street, whether it be Red of Division "B."
Women' Day will be observed our mother of the year was given that he had come to Road or John Birch Boulevard
Sunday, May 27 at Mt )[0. to your most humble servanttor I herald the beginning of a new Those on the left or in tho
rlah Baptist, Church, corner 14th the many services she has universal cycle and a new age of middle of the road are danger. Friendship M. B. Church
ave and; 67th st. tried to render to the youth of mankind. He declared that the oiw drivers. On the right, o n ole
our community. principles and new laws of this a safe driver But here, too, Rev. W. E. Sims pastor
Mra. Naomi W. Symonette has Eight boys and girl who( haTe age would be revealed by o n e even a leftist makes right turns Mm. Ruth Lee Carr, reporter
been chosen as morning speaker, been in a class with Rev McDowell greater than himself who would and a lightest make )left turns Sunday the order of service
She Is a dynamic epeaker, active were baptized and con. usher in the age of mankind's Let's keep all the extremistsout wad handled in a very special
church worker and an Instructor Armed. maturity and unleash a cycle of of the driver seat. way with the Deaconess taking
at Bethune Elementary The Women Fellowship Is pre. spiritual power greater than man Ilmmm: I'm just wondering. charge Sic Lily Ross presidentof
School. renting: Paul Lapierce in a piano had ever experienced In the Do you suppose the extreme the Deaconess Board Is to be
recital next Sunday afternoon at past. rightists got that way from drlv commended for the 'wonderful
We are proud to be honoredby 4 o'clock. Refreshments will be 'n? I see a lot of signs on the way our Mother's Day programwas
Mrs. Symonette's presence as served. All friends are invited.It This promised one, Baha'isbelieve street that say, Keep to the carried out, The Deaconess
our speaker.At will be a garden party on our is Baha'u'llah, Founderof right" Board was ably assisted by the
the Daha'i World Faith, Mothers Doard.
3 to I 6) p.m. a musical pro. church grounds You cannot afford whose appearance, teachings and I Sis. Elizabeth Jackson M
gram will be held by the Juniors to mla it. power to attract the hearts of mistress of ceremonies and SLat I

of the church. men are fulfilling the prophesies Agnes Smart brought the occa.

Our final program for Women's NEW BETHEL BAPTIST I of the world's great relig sion. Then our ,pastor delivered.
ions a powerful sermon
..Y
Day will be held during 1671 N. W. 68th Terr. Sunday, May 20 we will hare
the evening services. At this time Rev. Ernest Williams pastor The public b cordially invited baptism at Virginia Beach, lear.
Mrs. Elizabeth N. Pittman, Deacon Fred Williams, reporterOn to attend this observance. :ng the church at 7:30: a.m. Andat
principal of Poinciana Park Elementary last Sunday morning and Refreshments will be served : 3 p.m. Rev. 8. A. Thomas and
School will be the mod. night our pastor delivered a most congr egatlon of Mt, Sinai will
erator of an ..interesting panel. Inspiring Mother's Day message. preach for the Mothers Board.
The will be PROVIDENCE M. B.
subject of the panel This Sunday the Junior choir NEW You are always welcome to

Women"The Obligation "of Christian will render the music. Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor theft and any of our services
to Youth. There will be a sale at the Claudia Wlson reporterWe

Our theme for the day will be church on Saturday with Sister will celebrate our pastor's MT. CALVARY BAPTIST
'The Challenge ot Chrpfitlaji( Darr in charge. anniversary Monday, May 21.
Women." The pubic is always welcome Rev Graham of Mt. Zion will I Rev. E. M, Thomas, pastor
to attend all of our cervices. deliver the message. You and you ; Phyllis Mysrs, reporter
You are Invited to worship Don't forget to visit the sick are welcome to' belo us prove our I Next Sunday at 3:30: the No.
with us In all three ,services. and the shut-ins, love for him and his companion. ,.', 1 choir will celebrate Its 26th

Mrs. Dorothy Baldwin, Junior 1.-, 1 anniversary.
chairman; Mrs. Thelma Jamer- ST. MARY'S W. M. \\jt, I.... .... p We are praying for all the
son, chairman of (program; Mrs. MT. CARMEL M. BAPTIST ': ;I"r" lick to have speedy recoveries.
H. V. Stuart, pastor :: : SII. <.
Versle P. Turner, secretary and : Brooks still sick at home
Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor ,.
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Rev. A. ,L. Shipp, pastor. Miss Dorothy Major, reporter Mrs. Christine Cherry, reporter ..,' : .: :\ and we send all our "get well"
fittingly ob. ..,. wishes to her.
Mother's Day was of Mothers : / : '
last The three types "'L .... .J.". i
served at the above church --
abouton
GRACE PRESBYTERIANWe Sunday. The youth of the church that Mother's our pastor Day were preached something 'I ILY. cformTIJ.COOK ST. BARNABAS W. M.
their best. Mice, Patricia General chairman ;for Woman'sDay
to bare were at
are very happy that should take heed too.
we activities Greater New Rer. E. A. Culmer
at pastor
delivered a very timely ,
the Rev. J. C. Kelly is still
Thompson/ The month of May our
Bethel Baptist Church, 1981 Inspiring services
to speech. were con.
brt.ng: the message
morning well Men Drive. Lincoln St., Opa Locka, Sunday, ducted by the pastor Sun-
us this Sunday. Rev. ,Savoy NIght service was equally; on
coming Prayer meeting Tuesday night.
continue to Mar %0.The day and everyone was blessed
will deliver the l sermon at rendered, let us sup. Remember the sick and shut-in.
the port the youth of the church; guest speaker at the 11 by his message and the singing
service.
evening they are doing a wonderful Job. a.m, service will be Mrs. Jose. of the choirs. Visitors are always
We are eagerly looking for Sunday. May 20 our Sunday GREATER ST. MARK P.B. phlns D. Mackey, and Mr. Helen welcome
ward to our Women's Day pro- School will open with John Bul-- Troy will be the evening tpaaksr.Mm. You are cordially invited to a
gram on May 27. lard, superintendent, in charge. 1455 NW 53rd St. Laura C. Thurman is co. ale! sponsored by Mrs. Aremta.a .
Morning and night service will Rev F. L. Johnson, pastor chairman. Walker Saturday, May 19, I
The morning speaker will be be conducted by the pastor SU. S. Williams, secretary pm at her home.
the very well known and admir Sunday at 3:30 p.m. usher On Sunday. May 20 following CORIIKCTIO.V'
ed. Mrs. Mamie GUI. In the af board No. 1 will celebrate Its morning service a dinner special The .Mother' Day poem eo. -
ternoon from four to six we 38th annfrersary. Please come will be held In the kitchen. All titled "Almost" appearing In
will hare a program "that extraordinaire" and celebrate with us. Retresh. are welcome. Plan to attend last week's issue was erroneous. Please Take Note!

with Mrs. Spero meats will be served at the morning service with us. A pro. ly listed AS being written by Mrs. All Church new most be in
Coklne presiding.Let church' hall after the program.We tram honoring our pastor, alone Youella Brown. The poem WAI : Tuesday evening Mart be typewritten i
regular are praying for our licit and with a special singing service composed by MRS. LOUELLA and double' spaced.
17. us attend church shut-in will be held. DRUTON of 1303 NW 64th 81






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tHE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLr''D' CARD OF THANKS IN I MEMORIAL.1 I r two uncles,

I ;3IRS.\ SUSIE G. LOVE died at
PAGE 12 SATURDAY M / : "' 1C'52 In Loving Memory of Our 5th Pl.
_..._ t The Family of the Late horns, 1927 N.W. May 12.
----------- --- Grandfather '
t ....,:''' Dear Father and tie,* survivors are husband, Mr.
'
'.?;; i,....., GEORGE A. HOMER James Love'; two sons, James T.
,',.,p.1. .. ,' who departed this life May 18, 195-1 and Frank M. Love; four sisters
I : .", (;i Gone but not forgotten three brothers and three grand
'i>
CAOS ... MEMORALm : .r THE FAMILY children. Services will be held
!! E't., Friday at 2 pm in the Chapel
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._ d with burial in Evergreen.
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i: ii E3: E f.10 RIA I M I CARD OF TCS! DE A its EDWARD home; 760 N.W.DARDEN 65th also St.. on died May at

I I 13. His survivors include two
of The Family of tho Late h 4,'h I' ,
In Sad but Loving Memory P''f --'T.ir. "-l iI1r daughters, Mesdames Eddie Mae
Our Dsar Mother MRS. ESTHER MELVIN with whom he lived, and Catherine

wishes to express its many thanks Range I Riley; three sons, Joe, Willie James
and appreciations to its many and Edward; two step-sons, Henry
:MRS. SADIE IICADSPETII, of I Smith and Robinson
:riends, neighbors and relativesor Irving ; two
Y : their kind gestures of sympathy : 1200 NW 67th St. 'died May 10 brothers and 14 grandchildren. Fu-
a and kindness shown them during it Jackson Memorial Hospital. Her neral services will be conducted
a. heir hours of bereavement. : .urvivors include 3 son, Seymour Saturday; 1 pm, at Mt. Carmel
Thanks for the many cards, flow.'rs ifa lamilton Requiem mass was cele Baptist Church, Rev. A. D. Brad.
t cars and telegrams. Special a rated at Holy Redeemer Roman: Icy. Pastor. He will be in reposeat
,hanks to Rev. Aaron D Hall, \ "atholic:: Church Saturday, Father home from 7 p.m Friday.
Kiernan Celebrant. Interment
,
pastor of Ebenezer Methodist .'
t ;hurth, Mr Willie Gibson, Mrs, : '. followed in Evergreen Memorial Watch this da.te
:
Cemetery.
Alma Gilcort and the Francis Fu < ; Sunday, July 29th
neral Home <<'f CORMILUS WOODS, of 1545 N.W.
a Rluau. TilE FAMILY. -- -..-..-._-- :' !"" -..... jlh Place, died May 9 at Jackson Atlas Lodge and Temple

AiU PhitCY J. SHARPE, Sr Memorial Hospital. lie is survived Elks' Day
I IN MEMORIAM 1 I who died April 30, 1962 by two sons, Cormilus
akcs this method of expressing Woods, Jr. and Calvin; three JOIN! JOIN!
In Sad but Loving Memory of Air thanks and appreciation to out laughters, Mesdames Marion Moor. DID YOU SEKVJS IN TilE
Our Beloved Son friends and neighbors whc nan, Maxine Woods and Verna FIRST WORLD WAn
nany ?
.. ... ..
--- ----------- ---- Thorton several grandchildren
vere so kind during our hours of ;
You can count the
on
icreavement We thank you for funeral services were held Mon
tour cards, letters, telegrams. lay in the Range Memorial Chapel, VETERANS OF WORLD

loral pieces, cars, and other kind lev S. L. Gay officiating. Inter.nent WAR I, U.S.A. 1
was in Evergreen Memorial
estures of sympathy.Our .
4s, ,. Cemetery. To care about jou! \

special thanks to Rev. S. A Forming now
ousin: Usher Board No. 3 and JIARLES HOLMES\ of 6257'N.W
; L.L.L.A. B. KNOWS: various other organizations, of. 18th Ave, died May 13 at Mercy FRANK L. THOMPSON
who departed this life ucers and members of Bethel Hospital. He is survived by his 2406 N.W. 67th Street

May 17, 1958 Al.E.. Church, Lane Bryant, Dr. wife, Magdeline; a sister,. Mrs. Liberty City Barracks
"Precious memories, how they Hogan, Nurse Hicks, Nurse WiliJmena Eudora Straughteri': three brothers, Are 05
you of
Joe, aude Marquess. years age or over?
linger. : Johnson Range Funeral
IDELLA LOVE, Daughter; Homo and Ivey Brothers Funeral Funeral services were held Thursday Are you receiving any Veterans
CLARKEE, Grandson. lome of Atlanta, GA. for their in the Range: Memorial Chapel, Benefits? Send for appl'cation
oyal services. with Rev. M. J. Fayson officiating.
MEMORIAMIn Interment was in Lincoln Memorial and brochure. It contains Impor.
IN
May the Lord's richest blessings Cemetery. tant information for you' and

Loving Memory of Our rest upon each of you. your dependents.
HERBERT ROSS, of 4712 N.W.
Dear Mother and Grandmother LiFELTON MRS. EVA J. SHARPE, Wife; 24th Ct., died May 14 at Jackson
MRS EMMA LOUISE JOHNSON REV. PERCY J. SHARPE, Jr, Memorial Hospital. His survivors SEE THE WORLD'S
who departed this life May 17, 1961 Son; include Harold Jones, nephew, anda GREAT
SPIRITUALAND
Byond! the: gate your loved ones CAROLYN and MICHELLE niece, Josephine Reid. Funeral
find rest and happiness and thereis SHARPE, Grandchildren. arrangements are incomplete.Bishop.Jordan PSYCHIC READER
comfort in the thought that a BISHOP
loving God knows best. HUNTER
I CARD OF THANKS
.
MRS EDITH POLLARD, i If yon are sick or worried, den't
Daughter; and FAMILY.Ill NICKERSON I The Family of the DELLA ATKINS died in Palo I fall to see me today. Office hours

EEMORIAM I who departed this life May 17, 1960 Alto, California, May 14, 1962. dally 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Thursday
I '; Sweet are the memories that She was the widow of the late 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m.

never fade of one we love, but Thomas Atkins; mother of Tommy to 8 .
In Sad but Loving Memory of could A loving smile Lee, Bernice, and Christine Atkins, p.m.READINGS
never save.
Our Dear Husband and Father ind face broken link we "'> all of East Palo Alto; Sister of 4
a happy J
MR.\ JESSIE LEE GREEN in George Vickers, Jr., of Menlo Park,
:an never replace. Always our
win: departed this life May 17, 1961 hearts. U t California, Fred Vickers of Stock.ton >d1,00'up
Let us test and examine our FELTON NICKERSON, John Vickers of Mt. View,
ways, and return to the Lord. May Father; Late'I Mrs. Minnie Lee Smith of Miami
"' rst in puce and light perpetual MINNIE NICKERSON, and :Miss Essie Mae Vickers of 5117 8\V 17 St.
t upon him. Mother Atherton. A member of Poinsettia ,
::KS, L1LLIE MAE GREEN, BROTHER; SISTERS, Chapter No. 125, OES. of \VI<;B'r +s" x

Wife: GRANDMOTHER and Miami and a native of Ocilla, Ga. flOU.VOUUFLA.
MR. CHARLES GREEN, Son.iii GRANDFATHER. Age 53 years Funeral services'
4 will be held Friday May 18 1962

HEMORIAM f 1 I CARD OF THANKSThe neral at 2 pm.Chapel.Francis.at the. Bisnop-Jordan Fu. PROF. HUNTER

In Loving Memory of Our Family of the Late CBS Nome For Sale

Dear Father and Son ---.-----.....-. _.- -- # AA I !
the Late Large corner lot. 3-bedroom
MR EDWIN ALEXANDER LORD 3 FRED LEWIS, of 1257 N.W. 72nd ,
who departed this life May 1, 1961 ;rv;a St., died at Jackson Memorial Hospital 2 bath, utility room, car
There is comfort in the thought on May 12. Funeral services'I ]portes, sprinkler, well and

that a loving God knows best. May will be held on Saturday, May 19, pump, glass door to patio.
shine 2 pm at St. Matthews Baptist
light perpetual upon him. .
MRS.: M. E. STEVENS, : Church with Rev. N. F. Clark pastor Full price $14,700
Mother; officiating.; Remains will lie valued at $16,000
MISS EDWINA A. LORD, ELDER JOSEPH E RAHMING, Sr. In repose at Francis Funeral Home No qualifying. Upper claw
Daughter; of 2976 N.W. 50th St. Chapel beginning 6 p.m. on Friday I
MR. JOHN A. LORD, Brother. who departed this life until 9 p.m Friday and remains neighborhood
April 24, 1962 will be on view at his home beginning 3001 N.W. 70th Terr.
I iiJ J KEHORIAM I t ; d wish to take this opportunity to 10 p.m. Friday until funeral
thank and to express our sincere time Saturday afternoon. Survivors OX 1-8427

In Loving Memory of Our appreciation to all our many Include his wife, Geraldine;
Mother and Grandmother friends and well wishers who wereso ... kind and considerate during 1 lace; one son, James; three brothers -
r a our hour of bereavement. Thanks Shederack Prince and Davis;
tk for the flowers, cards, letters, telegrams -I I 'ono son-In-law, Charlie Wallace. Beautiful Home oo
cars and all other gesturesof !
sympathy. Special thanks to 'BABY BOY FRANCIS, son of Mr. Your Lot

f the House of Albert for its kind and Mrs. Harold Francis, Jr., of ,
courteous and very efficient service 6317 N.W. 13th Pl., died at Christian .
i and to the Church of God, Memorial Hospital on May 14
A ay N.W. 2nd Ct. and 19th St, its Graveside services were held on
z pastor Elder Woodside and ex-I Thursday, May 17.

pastor Elder Wallace for their untiring -I
s :MRS. JOSEPHINE WALKER service. Thanks to the New Albert e .

wishes to take this method of Mt. Moriah Baptist Ch'irch, Rev. CATHERINE INEZ
\
banking those many friends, Shipp, pastor Special thanks to infant McDUFFIE,
icighbors and relatives for the 1h-> neighbors of 50th St and all Mrs. daughter of Deacon and Complete Building 8 srvlos
Henry McDuffie, of 1560 N.W
kind. the many Wonderful friends and
many acts of sympathy and
62nd
to the of Ten, died in Christian Hospital PLANNING
tess shown during its hours of: neighbors 02d: and 64th
bereavement. Special thanks to St!. of Liberty City May God in May 10, and was laid to rest BUILDING

; 'he neighbors of Marler Avenue bless you all.EDITH Evergreen Cemetery May 16. FINANCING

ind Hibiscus Street; Mrs. Ellen ALBERTHA ALONZO WATSON, of 1958 Lin-
Sturrup, to Father Theo. R. Gib- RAHMING Wife; coin Ave., Opalocka, died at his Your New Hem
ion, Rector of Christ Episcopal IRENE BEVERLY, Daughter; home May 10. He is survived by a
Church: : to the Bethell-Williams VERA H WARD. Daughter; son. Lonnie; daughter, Mrs. Edna No Down
lii Funeral Home and many others DOROTHY COOPER, Mae Gaines; and his mother. Services .
4 who helped to lighten our burden. Daughter! ; will be conducted Saturday, Payment
TIlE FAMILY. ISABELL ROMES, Daughter; 2 p.m., at Little Rock Primitive

-. ........ _-- JOSEPH Son E. RAHMING, Jr, Baptist Church. Elder C. D. Kil Over Twenty Year of
IN) MEMORIAMIn ; lens Pastor. He will be In
repose Construction
;d .ag.1ms.. VICTORIA WARD EMANUEL RAHMING, Son; in the Opa-locka Chapel from 5 kxpertlnc.<
I i
who passed from labor to reward Sad but Loving Memory of JEREMIAH RAHMING, Son; pm. Friday. Guaranteed Sat'tfactlon!
.
." May 22. 1959 Our Dear Husband and Father NEHEMIAH RAHMING, Son;
ti Her" voice Is stilled, her presence JOSH McCULLOUGHwho RINAII SMITH Sister; WILLIE LEWIS SMITH. 18-year 'V L tJL L3 7aoaoca4.
missed, but sweet memory lingers departed this life May 14,,, 1941 BENJAMIN RAHMING, old son of Mrs. Alberta Smith, of
,on. Sadly missed by Gone but not forgotten. Sadly Brother; 1381 N.W. 56th St., was. a drown 9rc
MRS MABLE I. DANIELS, missed byMRS. SAMUEL RAHMING, Brother; ing victim in Ft. Myers, Florida,
rsiIADDIE WARD, MAUDE McCULLOUGH, REMILDA FERGUSON Aunt; May 8. Chapel services were con
I 4 Daughters.Law, 4 Sons-in- ducted with PL 1-3604
Tuesday
\MRS CLEOMI BLOOMFIELD. ; Rev. W. M.
MRsfCMARY!
MRC3.. MARGUERITE DAVIS, BOWLES, Law. 18 Grandchildren 9 Daniels officiating. Other survivors p4 lam
I MISS LOTrIE WARD, Daughter, of Teaneck N.J'i Great.Grandchildren and a include one sister grandmother 888 N.E. 79th St.
Children. Grandchildren and J. C. McCULLOUGH, Son, 01 host of other relatives and and grandfather, Rev. and
other Relatives. New York City. friends. Mrs. George Dove; two aunts and


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RENT : large p.m.
beautiful APARTMENT Time, Saturday May 26, day Sunday
1242- Florid 8:30 ..............,............ ...................r
room. N.W. 51st Ter. Near p.m.
HOUSE, bedroom, 2-bath, $2! Grandway. Adults only. To see CARPENTERS UNION ANDREWS' JEWELERS
weekly. Also 1-bedroom apts call 6332051. ,
Suitable for rooming house. Adult: HALL For Sale or Rent KXI'KIIT WATCH AND
only. 137 N.W. 25th St. Phones: REFINED couple to share mj 2939 NW 46th St. CLOCK ItEI'Alim:

Day FR 7-2196 Eves. Ml:, May 9-3530 IS homo MODERN in 0pa furnished-locka. room NA 18180.with 'a11 To enter contest contact 2 family, 3 bedroom 2% 40 Years In Huslne

conveniences in clean quiet place Opa Locka Health Club baths, garage, larg corner All work guaranteedFP

BEDROOM Duplex. .;Kitchen, Call OX 14864.I.BEDROOM 1995 NW 152nd St. lot. '. "\..:" ..: 3.0152 I
living room, large hall hot water .' I
:
Or call MU 1.3667 : /
Cottage Apt. furnish ter 303 N.W 2nd Ave.
building. 418 N.W 8th St '
Reasonable CBS rent. Call Carey's Ren :d. $16.50. 1012 NW. 75th St Come see Florida's strong. your ,..-'')'\ ........,........................,.............
No resonable offer refused
FR 48398. Phone PL 8.4925.ONEBEDROOM .
,
tal Agency I est man bench press over I BARRON UPHOLSTERY
May 181 All day Sat. and Sun.
Apt. Yard anc 300 Ibs. Also Miss Body I WORKS
S-ROOM APT. Unfurnished porch. Reasonable Call OX, 1-2426 Beautiful, Sylvia Poitier, Week days after 6 p.m. UNIt upholstery for less

$11.50 per week. Call E. Picard MODERN furnished for : for 1961 NE 4-6819 and delIver
Rental Agency FR 7-2902.;: room man andl 1962 present Wo pick up
5531 N.W. 24th Ave NE 46955. trophies to the winners. Call FR 4.2320

FURNISHED efficiencies. All NICE large furnished rooms with) Tickets on sale and trophieson .
utilities included. $12.50 per
week. 620 NW 8th. St. FH cooking privileges for couples 01 display at North's Travel .
single, upstairs or downstairs ,
7.2902. $12.50 per week. 7125 N.W.. 13tt) ) Bureau, 1104 NW 3rd

ROOM Cottages, water furnish.! Ave. Ave. You can. purchase a MANY THANKS. .
ed. $10 week. 669 NW 8th St. ticket to any part of the I
FR 7.2902. FOR SALE world from North.

E. PICARO M26 To all my fine supporters for your vote in the primary
Rental Agency 1459 N.W. 41st STREET. $69.X(( f
npnth pays all. Nice CBS, 'car-
ftehtal collections; property jorte.: $350.00 down $10,200 total '' Let's Complete The Job By 1
management, real estate See:; today. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, FaR SALE
?644 N.W. 62nd St.. Nites PI
569 NW 8th St. FR 7.2902 7-5533r Days OX 19372. 1 $13.50 Monthly Voting' On May 29
1 BEDROOM furnished apt. All
utilities. Downtown area. $18. 1150 N.W. C3th STREET. 2-bed- FIIHK; DKLlVimY:
NE 4.0500. Indf 'nom frame house, rentvlth purchase :3 ROOMS NEW
option, only $40.00 monthly.
FURNITUREComplete
OPA LOCKA area. 1 bedroom, I 1
,rice $5,300.00. Owner 1120 S.W Ray Bradley
newly decorated irst Street. with accessories
lift. Furbished $2i;.ubfurbished'i Allied Hotel Supply
ttfifurn. $18 turn. ?-BEDROOM CBS. 1811 N.W. 43r<3
NE 4.0500 Indf Street. $400.00 down, $65.00 mo 1334 NW 54th ST.
I "rice $10,400.00. Owner 1120 S.W.l'irst I 1M. Pol. Adv.
NEWLY Renovated furnished or Street.9USINESS.BLDG.
unfurnished apt,. in the Opa I
Locka area near church, school and lot. Well
and shopping center. Call Mick iuilt. Deeds, abstract all clear, Its .' Kl'WJ"_ ....-. .=
Ins Rental Agency NE 40500. '\ now renting. 6530 N.W. 18th>
belt !\vc. Call A. Kelly, Ph. OX 1-0547 LARGE LOTS CLOSE BY PALMETTO

NICE QUIET PLACE. 1 bedroom 1467 N.W.41st STREET. See In EXPRESSWAYZoned
, art. Stove and refrigerator. 6306 aide nice CBS., $10,000 total, $300< (! 833 NW 75th St.

NW. 15th Ave. Ph. FR 1.9797 or town, $75 month. A. Den-Korl, $395 down $74 Mo.
NE 41886. May12 1 altor. 2644 N.W. 62nd St., NitCJ"I residential. Builds' your home on it
5533, Days OX 1-9372. New 3 bedroom CBS. Tile
LOVELY houses $18, $20 and $22 roof and floors. Newly dec
per week. Will sell to high class MUST SELL my bedroom home, $200 DOWN $20 MONTHLY
people, $50 down balance week 'lying room dining room, kitchen,, orated''. No closing costs.
Can piv the down payment week.b' bath, front and back porch. $350
NE M5G8. 'own.\ve. Phone Cor. 47th NE St.54940.and N.W, 23rd!i NW 16th Ave. Chas. H. Pyke, Realtor TU 5-1589

AIR COOLED auditorium include $795 down $90 Mo. ruo
ing lights janitorial service etc. PIIILCO Refrigerator with..top)
,
Available for church use. Call 'reezer and '53: Bulck. 2351 N.W,II New custom :built 3 bedroom -----1 -

OX 64231, tndf. "6th St OX 6-0758.: 4 ; CBS. Large .screened

S-'BEDltoOM 'Diiplex Apartment MODERN CBS: near Manor Park, Florida room No qualifying
First Time Offered .
Fla. 3 baths
tile
Electric state, pleasing surroundin "ro lot. room no closing costs.
Slftd near bus stops. 3057 N.W. 'potential income), heating and HOME WITH INCOME

61st St. Phone NE 4-6170. -ooling"ul1\tornge.oak $17.500 floors, by ample owner.closets No 1925 NW 49th St. 2 sparkling cleAn CBS houses on large lot. Florida

BEDROOM HOUSE' < with stove 'qualifying $2,500 cash. 1350 N.Wth down $75 Mo. room. Payments run you about $32 per month-with
"nil located In pleasing surroundings. \!) St $495 rear house rented. You must see, to believe. $500
Reasonable tent. 3059 N.W. Completely furnished 2-
61st St. Phone NE 46179. BEAUTIFUL ESTATE at. 4001 down. Full price $12,000. Lovely 45th street area.
v.W,11th Ave. A 3-bedoom, bath bedroom, separate living appointment
Shown
CONDITIONED luxury small "BS with oversized rooms plus room. No closings. Furni by

Apts. All electric, furn. or unfurn. -ottade, garage, fence bar-b-Q pit. ture is worth $1,000. LEGAL REALTYPL
Adults. Must be seen to'spptect -.1,500 down.! A; Ben-Kori Realor. MC 8.3923
tt". 1231 N.W. 77th Ter.. just off 2644 N.W. 62nd St., Nites PL 8.0290
79th St. and 12th Ave. PL 8-0115. ,)- 533, Days OX '19372. We have many homes to Evenings Sunday weekdays
choose from. Call or visit
QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD In Liberty FOUR-UNIT bv builder, air-condi
city. 2-bedroom unit, fum.or tinned all-electric kitchen partly 283 NW 79th St. -.} k.&J ,&& liLyiii L1i111 .l
unfurn., hot water electricity 'urnishcd. Tha best built and best PL 7.8456
Ira". Suitable for sharing. Adults location in city. Just off 79th St.
rnly. Call OX 64492 after 6 p.m. fan' bo used as a 3-bedroom bath You Can Buy These HomesWith
lor appointment. home plus 2 rental ants that bring
'" nics take palH-up ADULT PROGRAM
'EFFICIENCY furn., free utilities, '(ts or frame house in trade. Fine
;near bus and stores. 1168 N.W. "ir Investment. Call UN 64236 or TRAVEL CLUB a Small Down PaymentLow
Slit St. PL 13360. 'Jr. 5-2029. WEST BROAD STREET

BEDROOM furn, cottage. 7648 2 APARTMENTS quiet residential Y.M.C.A. Monthly InstallmentsNO
5N.W. .nth PI. III W524 MO 'I.'i hborhood. Two bedrooms, llv'n 714 West Broad Street
; :sOO\. room kitchen and bath; stove, Georgia
Savannah
refrigerator and water furnished. CLOSING COSTS
J'=E extra large furnished room Also furnished 1-hedroom, kitchen Offers the following sum

.or nice couple 1 or 2 children "nd bath hot and cold water. Ph.NE mer tours for credit No down payment
accepted or a single man. 1831 4-3259 weekdays 4 to 6 p.m., WEST Veterans --
N.W. 49th St. Phone 6338746. TOUR TO THE FAR
AND OLD MEXICO .
LARGE Ideal place for barber 1040! N.W.; 43rd STREET. See to- 28 days $265
fhop, shoe shine parlor etc. at 4 ny. Beautiful CBS air condi- Jaclotouvlllr, ..,'".
Grove Pool Room 3307 Douglas +Inner, Florida room, garage.Just KWMM leatlnjf July i<> 3 bedrooms, Florida room, carporte, deluxe kitchen
Juno an:
month. down, $12.000
Rd.
$400
Coconut Grove. $100 rn a month.
Good location and business year total. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor. 2644 TOUR TO THE EAST large utility room. .
round. HI 6-9614 or III 49671. N.W. 62nd St Nites PL 95533, Three Provinces in Canada

LOVELY 2-bedroom house at 1303 Days OX 1-9372.. and the Middle West, $239 -

N.W. 45th St. Call III 39915. NEWLY PAINTED two-bedroom June 21 July 8 I Open daily 1 to 6 p.m.
duplex. Kitchen ,,completely furn. 'wi-i. 'ormuontjwr U..Anal HrtitI ,
:2 NICE ROOMS in private home at 'Uhed. Hot'and' cold water 2750 Dewirno date for pujnurnU In +'
16015 N.W. 22nd Ave. with cook N.W.[ 60th St. Call owner OA. rn11, June 12. 1003. No meals I 2221 N.W. 151st Street
ing privileges. ,Call NA 16465. 6-2392., Included In round trip tour price I

LARGE furnished room private 2-BEDROOM CBS house, furn., $25 No nl'odmrt"fl111 night rldJmc.) be rent to those OPA LOCKA
family. Single man preferred.. per week. Unfurn. $20 per we k. who wlh them
Call PL 7-9770. 16435 N.W. 23rd Ct. Opa-locka. Contact Dr. Joseph IUExmitlre Jenkins. l4lJkl IAA ii11i11 atteisaisasisassititt
N.W. 73rdSt. Call OX 1-5706 evenings. Secretary tJ.l
8-ROOM. Call HOUSE.FR 1-1137 1484 or OX 15554. FURNISHED 3-J edroom house all bOnMAn) 3.1011: or AD 3.0103 Got $netting To Sell Rent Trade? ? .
"tIITEV ... '
TOCRS'AUf: NOT .1. '.....1.,
$16.00'w lv.rfelt *' '
2-BEDROOM unfurn. Apt; 1980 >Jt.itles furnished $ .FR .TO TF ACHEItb'Ir128 c 'fry i 'AMianii Times'ClarifiedFOR Ads' #
N.W: 55th St. Also 4-bedroom. E. Picard fftrttaj Agepqr\ ,
r' 39. 72902.



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PAGE 14 SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1962 Washington The 1st World War? service
News Many more benefits. and ser.
By MRS, It. CASTELOW .Ar you unaware of the en. vices are now underway. Write
n titlements now being awarded to far your 1962 Bulletin and Bro.
chure, it contains vital Information
Washington Park in North Ml you, such a* Pension HospitalJiation of Interest to yoUI ,
soclatlon will hold its regular Burial Benefits, etc
meeting May 22 a the home of
Do know the entitlement
Mr. and Mrs. George Smith 1638 you
NW 162nd Terr. All members to your wife should she outlive I Drive Carefully!
asked to be present. Mrs. yout
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urday, May 19. Supervisor will
be Mrs. Ruby Castelow T.V.

Faihful' Few Chapter No. 93 WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS
will hold it'ti regular meeting on
May 21 at Oak Grove Baptist RADIOS, HI-FI AND STEREO REPAIRSWe
Church All members are asked
Sell Used TV. on Credit
to be ,present Sla' Annie Holmes,
W. M 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-8024

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IN OUR SCHOOLS I SATURDAY' MAY. ... 19, 1962 PAGE 15 ;.,

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Miamian Heads FLORAL HEIGHTS ,)(
BETHUNE ELEMENTARY WMBM NEWS Miss Naomi Johnson, who In ,\

\ Floral Heights held its annual Thursday, May 10, was Color attending' University of Miami
Lincoln Student spelling bee on a WMBM echolarsh1!! award, '1
contest a few days Day at our school. During ouraSl5'fmbly i .. ..
ago and these were the winners: program a King and has a part In the drama "Street ,
BodyCome First grade, Willie Lee Ducke Queen of Color Day were chosen Let's welcome the Crown car Named Desire," which: Is be ,
worth; 2nd grade, Avis White were Phyllis Lee of Mra. DorLs Prince to the disc Jockey' staff : lag presented at the Ring Thea
September of this 3rd, Cassandra Elaine Johnson] Farmer Blount's elMs and Larry of WMBM McKinley Williams is ; tre this week. It will be the final ,
the student Government year. 4th, Marilyn Monroe Edwards; Wlllams: of Mrs. Viola Hlggs' a graduate of Midwestern ; production of the season by theUniversity ,;i,
Assoclatlbn
will bd headed by 6th, Gladys Hart; 6th Ruth class Broadcasting School, Chicago. I of M'.ami'; drama de. ,\ ,
Sylvester Elyse Stubbe. While' at Midwestern he studied partment. ,1
Murray, a Mstory major from The court radio and television "',
announcing
School comprised of An
Miami. He was elected by the champion and represen
: thony Jennings Marian lIe furthered his studies by at.
tative to the Alexan.
Countywide
Lincoln Spell.
students of
University Sam Oysin's interview with
: der, Julius Neals and Stephanie tending RCA Institute of Radio
ng Contest is
Gladys
to guide them from three Delores Gabriel Heather classic.
among was a
Hart. Smith. These young peoplereigned and TV In New York City, For.
other candidates. Rudolph Leverlty, teacher merly with United Broadcasting In fact all his guests are Inter.
over out Color Day 'I
The activities {
following pupils were during the afternoon, To top! it all, he wa born in eating and informative.: Have 1
Murray, a 1959 graduate of winners in our Rock Pit Rangers Fort Lauderdale. you heard his show! Every Sun :.
Northwestern Senior High Schoolin Slogan Contest: Valencia Trice, We extend our deepest apprec. day and Monday night at 9 p.m. \}
Miami, has proved himselfa Beatrice Dean, James Lee Jones, atlon'; to the following ladles Sam Oysln can be heard over ;
very capable leader. During his Hazel Moultrie, Dorothy Dullard, who came to serve as judges :in FREE., FREE. FREE. Every WMBM's AM and FM facilities. I
three years at Lincoln he h a ,s These five slogans will repre. selecting our King and Queen! Saturday morning all childrenare That Is 1490 on your AM dial jp \
served as rice president of the sent U'3 In the finals for the Mrs. Sadie Flowers, Mrs. Harold invited to attend the Center and 93.9 meg on your FM radio. !
YMCA, the International Rela. county. Kemp, Mrs. Ruby Mizell and Theatre, 61st street and 7th ave. '
tions Club and the Alpha Phi ALpha Roland Rolle and Mrs. Janie Mrs. Wynn of Floral Heights to see a movie, plus three cartoons ; t
Fraternity. lie Ed Cook (the Nassau Daddy) i
was elected Florence really their Elementary.The as the (guests of Radio 1
by this fraternity to be ltd ,president terns a nice send.off gave In. Station WMBM This is one way will surely be missed': by his "
for next year also. He has Mrs. Charlene Lopez recently.interned final meeting of the PTA we thank you for listening.' Oh, many ,friends ,and co-workers at .I
been treasurer of his class for under Mrs. Florence and Mrs. was held Tuesday In the cafe. yes, the time is 9:30: a.m. WMBM. He has gone to Atlanta
two years and he is presently Grace Griffin under Mr. Rolle. torium. The following persons to take over operational man. i
editor in chief of The Lincoln. Mrs. were Installed as officers for the agement of radio station WAOK.
ian, the official student Albert and the entire 1962.63 school Milton Smith (Butterball) was We wish him much success. He i
Lincoln. organof Floral Heights family wish to year: the guest speaker at ,North Dade Is a hard working, energetic I
commend these dedicated teach. Mrs Perkins! president; Mrs. High School on last Thursday.\ young man and deserves "the y
Besides these varied extra ers and Interns for a Job well Melton, vice: Mrs. Gwendolyn lIe spoke to Mrs. Detty Sutton big break." !

curriculum activities, Murray lone. Welters, secretary; Mrs Laura Smiley's class. His topic was
maintains: a "B" average, which J. R. Dovereporter Davis assistant; Mr. Anderson, "How Radio Stations Are Operated ac9a1 I
makes! secure Ms': $600 per year Grace Albert, principal treasurer; Mrs. Bernice T. Johnson ." After spending one hour The Pre-Moth.
scholastic scholarship chairman of the program and forty-five minutes' explain. era. Day dinner'! was most suc
committee; and Elliott J. Sca. ing operational procedures such cessful.. Eight mothers from the
YOUNG ELEMENTARYThe vella, host. as, sales, advertising, traffic, Golden I Age Club were the guestsOf
ORCHARD VILLAThe culminating activities for public relations, program direct. radio station WMBM. The
he Nathan Young Congratulation) and orchids to ing and public service he con. two mothers selected this year
staff presented its culminating 'ractlcum climaxed Tuesday Elementary' af. the former Doris Farmer who eludedwith: question and Answer are 'Mr. Mae Dell Braynon and
activities May 7 of its ternoon. The theme for became the bride of Officer period, and did he get some Mrs, Ruth Greenfield Mrs.
language arts self-study. The I Practlcum was "The Improve.the I I I Illount of the local police force. questions. But you can be sure Marion Muldrow is to be complimented .
theme of the activity was "Let's i ment of Instruction in the Sentential Artise Wright, sixth grade he knew most of the answers.Oh 'for chairing such a
Orbit into space with good Ian Teaching of Reading represented Bethune in the Spel. yes Butterball is quite a I lovely affair.
"
guage skillls. 'Ing Bee held
Skills." The theme was carried Dupont recently at the Ms.. s' e. d' d' If' If' a 51 5 m .I.A I
The program rocketed Into out by exploring the universe as Plaza Hotel. 4' 'P 'P .p p 4r 'P W w w ..pP .p .p-v.
Walter Cogdell, principal
!astronauts
space with the presentation made
by the following grade groups: Greetings were extended, by NEED CASH ? "
First ".Rostering Good Listening Astronaut C. Dorsey Other As. Dugie's Guest HouseThe
Habits," narrated by Thel. tronauts on the program Included 4& ofIt
ma Wilson; second grade "Be Mrs. G. Coachman, L. Ivy, 1st and 2nd Mortgage Loans
ginning Sounds," narrated by Mrs G. Leverlty, Mrs. P. Sutton, house of clean rooms WGet $1,000 $1,500 $2,000 or more today'I
,
Mrs. Ida Turner. Third, "De Mrs. F. Scott, the narrator, and Open 24 hours NE 4.3851 )
veloping Good Listening ,Habits," the Practicum chairman, Mrs. W WE BUY LOTS AND HOMESCALL

Mrs. Beatrice Gilbert. Fourth, Fuller.Dr. Seeing is Believing Ronald I. Baron *>
"Spelling," Mrs. Helen Everett. M. Murfln, our consultant, See us for clean rooms JIT 2-4343
Fifth complimented the entire facultyon
"Vocabulary Develop yx Mortgage Broker
ment," Mrs. Lucille Gamble. an excellent Job. 2941 NW 47th St. Miami 220 SUNNY 1SLK m.\'D. 3566ofIt
S'xth, "Correction in the use of Other activities we have experienced Jamaica MIAMI nuAcii WI 7.
subject and verb agreement in include the following: Dugie, always a 10. -En
written and A few weeks ago the sixth grade friend
oral skill
Kennedy. Lawrence groups witnessed the natural!, CI >> INDF I 0 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 5 $ $ $ ..fnI
Among distinguished guests atlon of more than 200 foreign
era at Bayfront Park Auditorium.We .
present for the program was -
Mls Callle Severs, assistant! sup Invite you to attend our I
ervisor of Elementary EducationDr. last PTA meeting for the school For The Finest Apartmerts at Moderate Rates-Call
Richard Chambers, associated year on Monday at 8 p.m. in the
professor of Elementary Edu. cafetorlum.
caltion, University of Miami, and Josephine Mackey, principal
consultant of the language. arts Mary A. Jenkins, reporterTOOTHACHE

self-study. Miss Eleanor Flen- BONDEDRENTAL
berg, zone two supervisor
Principals and faculties were
invited and many attended. Miss
Edna DeVeaux, steering commIt. Ton't itifftr ittodlosily. Cot ipitdr rojlif .
tee ,chairman, presided over the from throbbing coin of toothache
with flit actlnt ORA-JEL. Pain
self.study and culmination acti coos In tteondt. Guorintoodr jt1:
vities.Don ,monty bock.All drill..tor... M--o
Strachan, reporterC. .
M. Pearsall, principal


Choral ConcertThe AGENCY INC.

public is cordially Invited Mincy's Lawn Service ,
to attend the Booker T
Washington High School Junior FULLY EQUIPPED ,
Chorus Annual Spring Concert. PItUM.NO AM 8P11AYINO A ek The largest collection and rental

Thursday, May 4 at 8 p.m. In Something new Let IM
the auditorium. Mrs: Mane D.
Glover directress. Donation: Vacuum your lawn agency in the South; operating in

Adults 50 cents, students 25c. 7410 NW 15th Ave
PL 1.9982 Dade and Broward Counties'I

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high schools will be held Sunday
May 20, 4 to 6 p.m. at Dixie AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
Park Auditorium; 401 NW 12th PALM BEACH
St.. 10,000 HOUSING UNITS


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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Pulpit Aid BoardAnniversary _____________._______.____..__..04

PAGE 16 SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1962 CAPITOL '{ ; ,.1 ,
r I NTHEATRE
The Pulpit Aid Board of St :
Matthew's Baptist Church will

Excelsior league Closes observe day, May its 12th 20 anniversary at 3:30 Sun p.m. ',';4:, ';On The Stage Wed. 9 p.m.

Speaker for the occasion wJll be .
Mrs. Mary Cox, missionary and ; JIMMY (Salt Pork) REEVES
evangelist of the Church of God
j With A Big Bang of Prophecy. The ''public la In. AND HIS
vl>ted to hear this dynamic aS
speaker PARADE OF STARS
I I Dozens of Arophies cult 461.10 spare, Tim wn'l Mrs. Lillian Clark, presJdent.Announcement T .
I lams was the proud of.. And Talent Show
an award.

Awarded The league also rememberedits You are cordially invited to $40 '''IN CASH PRIZES
sponsors' and gave each en.
attend
the Little Folks play
By LEO ARMBRISTER\ graved plaques to .show. dts gratitude school, promotion day exercises! flub Regular Double Feaiufe Mori*

The Excelsior League bowled for having their sponsorship May 26, 6:30 p.m. at the First .........__."4U-----. ...........o iU ......h.............. "
three strikes last Thursday nightin MEMORIAL\ DAY WEEKEND Baptist Church of Brownsville, .. .. ..-. -
closing out its '61-'62 season WILL UK FUN AT MI 4600 NW 22nd ave. M26 0
with a gala Trophy Ball at the The Evcelslor League's season.
Ml Lounge, which Is the enter, ending did not bring an end to I Kate S. DeanContinued
talnment co-part of the Ml Bowl bowling. The ingenuous manager
ing Lanes. of Ml Bowling Carl Weiss, has I fr6tt .page 1 Sir John RestaurantOpen
her high school
several tournaments and other education at St.
For the bowlers it was a welcome bowling events slated to give I Augustine's College her A.B. Degree
change from the 33 weeksof you bowling pleasure during the from Florida A.&M. University
strenuous competition that entire summer; next on the and the Masters Degree from
preceded for their guests It big Memorial Day Tournament I Boston University. She has done 24 Hours Everyday
was an evening of fun, pride and beginning 12 noon Tuesday, May further study at the University of
admiration for their favorite 29. Entry dOGes 12 midnight Southern California.Mrs. .
bowlers who paraded In seemingly Thursday, May 31. Women Dean will culminate 40 WE: CATER TO PARTIES ORGANIZATIONS\
line to of teaching. The first five
never ending receive Should enquire concerning this years
the awards for their bowling tournament and fJnd out what' years were spent at the Oberiin BUSINESS
MEN'S LUNCHES BIRTHDAY
achievements happens in the 3.6.9 frames. It'' School in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Is' a big ,pleasant surprise for the The remaining thirty-five years
Mr. Goldstein, ex-president of ladles. Remember the 3-6-9 I have been spent at the G, W. PARTIES SOCIAL CLUBS FRATERNAL
the Greater Miami Bowling Association finals. Carver High School where she
was again very gener. served twenty-one years as a teacher ORGANIZATIONS
ous with his valuable time in :.I.MAN SCRATCII LEAGUE and 14 years as Dean of
being present to personally pre. FORMING Girls and Assistant Principal for
sent each winner his trophy; The formation of a three-man Guidance.On Fine Food Cooked by Expert Chef*
and had pleasing comments for scratch league is well on Its way Friday morning, 6:45 a.m.,
the conduct and spirit of the ind will have ito first meeting the student body will honor" Mrs.
league. Special note was made of Tuesday, May 22 at 7:30: p.m. Dean. The Future teachers of BEFORE AND AFfEJl YOUR EVENING
the wide range of events for, All those who have not made America, which she founded and
which trophies were given. jersonal contact with Carl Weiss, chartered, will be in charge of the AT THE KNIGHT BEAT TRY OUR SPECIALTIES
Not enough praise could be ;the organizer, are asked to do so program. All organizations and
:.mmedlately that grade will participate l in
; eo Tuesday'smeetings groups
given to the executive body of
FASTER SERVICE
will be devoted moreto making this day a memorable one.
the league, Ernest Hayes
dEnt. pres\ the business, of getting the At 8 p.m. the faculty will honor
icague rolling. Mrs. Dean with a public program Under new management
Clyde Young, secretary and and reception. The public is invited
Charles Bridges, treasurer for to join in honoring an individual
the mammoth Job that they did Principal Now who has so wonderfully exemplified .
as well, to show the confidencethe her ability in the class
league baa in their ability, FAMU students and graduates room and her service to the com,
they were unanimously voted to 'vho have missed seeing F. A. munity. Brand New Homes !
retain their offices for the com. \rmstad in the business officeon
Ing season. : The lUll or seeing him trav Fellow Educators .
elling over the state with Ed. 3-BEDROOMS 2 BATHS FLA. ROOM
Trophies were given to each ward Norwood, director of FAMU For professional progress
member of the top three finish. ixtenslon cervices, will be happytq VOTE FOR Marian H. Open Sunday 2.5 p.m.
ing teams which were 12th know that he is presently Shannon president of DadeCounty Owner at 1430 N.W. 59th St.
Frame HI Hatters, News Realtyand principal of the O'Brien High
Teachers Associa Lot 140 feet at 2161 N.W. 59th St.
llagan Donda Terr azzo. School, O'Brien, Fla.Congratulations .
couldn't have tion. Shannon TheC Home, good income, duplex, 811 N.W. 57th St.
The bowlers with the high happened to a finer person. I Lots for sale. Corner. T3xl40 and lOpxlOO{
average on each team received
for 12th Frame Hi Hat atrophy : li Many others In Liberty City. ,Save money. Build to order

Dennis Peak 172; News\ Realty, o S. BARON JE 8-1340 -JE 2-4343
Wilton Cox, 171; Haran and ,
Fonda, Colin James 150, Ho. DESOTO CLEANERS
Shoppe, Sam M. Danlel148| WK1. ..
son Rental, James M.ltchum
1731! Olympics, Darden Baker ...',. 1515 N.W. 62nd Street
166; American Furniture and' '
TV, James Blackman 160} St. .V 4220 N.W. 32nd ,Avenue *' BUY A HQME TO-DAY?
Cla'rs Cafeteria, H. Green163; ;.:: : .
The EAL Independents Lince, Eddie Willie Thorpe164; .: ; ;. ?: >'gf > *f ;- ,,. ', i: '

160. Lozier FREE WITH THIS AD AND $1.00 DRY CLEANINGOne BUY A HOME TODAY! -

Trophies for outstanding per. Pair of Pants Cleaned and Pressed C .
formances Jn the high ,,slngl
game event: James Terry 2401 See these assortment_ of. good buys

Wilton 236. Cox 236; Sam McDaniel 1-THIS IS ITi 1742 NW :49th St. bedroom CBS,

In the high 3-game went; 2 PANTS 79CCLEANED Forida room and a beauty of an efficiency.

Denni.3. Peak 628; Wilton Cox $350 down $66.28 plus tax,and interest
611 and Eddie Thorpe 611. AND PRESSED
For Improving. his bowling 28 2-1351 NW 45th St. $600 Down
pins over last season: Darden
Baker was tops in this department Beautiful corner duplex
and received a trophy. 5 SHIRTS 99CLAUNDERED
For picking up the very diffl. 3-1353 NW 41st St. Cozy bedroom home with

I large Florida room. $350 down-$65 monthly

9AV 101. AVN BSCOGLLITIHIVB L 1 1 4-2941 NW 65th St. Immediate occupancy. 2-bedroom
loMao'i ;
'Iul 2ftrp.I" ',tlo" CBS on largo lot. $500 down. No qualifying
.111 uoqn.t: via OUU.QtI; asroll
osnoq jdqjaito) jo3 jvpukxl ISQUIuooaiojju LOVELY 5-2997'NW 64th St. Buy,,pay like rent.. $300 down
8JWUJI JOAO 9.\1"1| HOMES MOVE RIGHT IN
OM 8AVOJ3; sip| 9JN O| IIQsJ.ltI.ansoct 6-1947 ''NW 48th St. Duplex. Live. .rent free. $495
oct R.not down
3ilP3 all
'SIlOUI11D NO QUALIFYING NO RED TAPE

NO BALLOON MORTGAGE 7-1928 NW 59th St. A comfortable home for a

couple. $195 down $75 monthly.

CHINAVALLES $195 DOWN 8-1327 NW 43rd! St. A special bargain. 2-bedroom

.."' home, nicely landscaped $455 down. No closing
: SEE TODAY
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,costs. $63. monthly

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.y 9-1440 NW 44th St. See'this nice 2-bedroom CBS

} ,' home. $450 down with large Florida and
a room
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