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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 26, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
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issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00318

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I.WEST PAIN BEACH SCHOOLS Henry And Simpson'. '"II'

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TO INTEGRATE Gel Life I In .> = I{


A federal jtotirt order Wednesday and other Negro families havKbe-'' Dunaway SlayingJudge hIt4$1I _
,.opened the d6ur til tdtal 'intygtotlon come parties to it,. Wt'
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of Paled BeacH Codnty's -zr -'-- Robert L. Floyd on Wednesday

'high schoolS. Christian i if l sentenced Aubrey
Emmett CHoate lifeterms
Federal Judge lips Jr., arid Cla/enefl Simpson to
ordered the County School Boardto 'I {W.prisqnat hard labor for .....
allow high school students., Holds Election the October. 196! ( .sl a; of Mrs. I
"either colored or white, to ,attend Beatrice "Tiny" Dian \ing. I A
.the schools nearest theirhomeS. Dr. W. H. Chapman Jr., has r 19 V VI Vra
r .. band reelected chairman of the The five-day sensational trial I
"If they're qualified for Uj board oi trustee of. the. Christian ended Friday evening. Mrs. Eu-
r school, then they're qualified to go Hospital OtherC1'trtlU!: itected jenla Thomas and Joseph Millings
to the one in their district," he this week were: Garth C. Reeves, were on directed verdicts of
told attorneys for the School Board first vice-chairman; Leo Robinson, not guilty last Thursday
and those representing Negro pupil second vice-chairman; Dr. James .-- .
*. Hogan, 'secretary; and Judge Hen. w a J' r
The order came during a heat' derson treasurer. I.
1 old} in .federal t coUrt; dn a s Boa& "; Elected!>d to Serve! on the board .. ...
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sdit against the School ;'d were: W. McCiellan. Earl Wells, :: '
originally filed bjr local Nerd Attorney Attorney fclark.MarW"hMt'J. Ida 3 MIAMI TEACHERS tonality prospects: ,background, per
William Holland. The suit Ratcliffg!, L. L. Brooks, Miss Grace i iYlll occupation and achievement
has since becdnie a1 class action, Higgs and Joseph Bertaloml.fr&Mr M $ PUBLISH BOOK Their lives share one dynamic
characteristic these women
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Tho publication date for PORTRAITS have worked and fought
bravely and in
again
worked o
IN COLOR a new book
world that often denied them fun.
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three Miami teachers at NorthWestern
;y "
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human right .
Senior High School, has 4amental They per.
severed with dignity and
bern set for July 22 Tho book is a strength
to bo published that will hereafter always givepride
Press
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i lot Fifth Ave, New York, N Y.Jand ." race--
will be priced at $4.00. world. ..,

h.In their comments the publishers Tho authors, Gwendolyn Cherry
a this to say: "PORTRAITS IN Paulino Willis and Ruby Thomas
"ttl sty e't COLOR is a collection of sparkling, work at Northwestern> Senior High
t Capsule biographies of famous Ne- their occupational coordination-
Y cro women. The people whose teaching, but AvxM.rs.. Willis, a librarian
y ffJ.d biographies grace the pages of thl -led ttarw' to collaborate
I nook provide diversity in almost on "Portrait .In Cqta. ,"

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I Franklin! FUlfil Officially Oreallz" II


"Miami" Gels 'Wedne.dI11' May 23, the offlciaJ When the final vote.. had been'
'countdown'" began for the taken, the 'following Indiyjdua14i.Jvrre :!.
formal organization of the Frank. elected to the Board of Directors '
New AttorneyAttorney lin Federal Savings and Loan Association as the responsible persons tovide '
of Miami. As early as the destiny of the new ship'
one o'clock in the afternoon, sub- launched Into. the ''orbit of thrift'
Harold L. Braynon, scribers began to file into the I find loans:
made before Metro agencies' and son' of Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. lower assembly room of the-:'Mount Henry ArrIngton, Dr. Nathaniel
; '&ktsn .I the'Courts. in the successful fight Dr ynon, of 1160 N.W. 55th Ten, Zion Baptist Church, in .keen ,anticipation I Colston*.Walter C. Cogdell,. Joseph! ,
against tfie establishment of a passed the Florida Bar examinations of the proud part which I". Curvy Loyal <1. Damning, Elf, 1
;: .s. \' held March 19-21, 1062 at' would in the "
tt&uaftjcm] f f\.it Dade they play organization Fruchtfr.; Rev; Edward ; "
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plaque' Miami.' ., of the first fiscal institutionto tames Miller&DLa 't
A silver plaque was presented to subdivision.I The was pre Otis D.', Wily E ; 1)
County Attorney Darrey Davis "in sented by James M. Reid, president !. Attorney Braynon received his be established in their community Norman Russ Ronald C. Shafer,

recognition of outstanding public of the group. Shown in the .DAand LLB. Degrees' from Howard ., and Philip Spier.
service" by the Richmond Heights photo left, to right, Samuel Arm. University lie is a veteranof Shortly after two-thirty o'clock, The' same serious note of beginning +
Citizens Committee. The award strong; Attorney Mark Marks, the Korean war and a member the hour when the launching was was also evinced at the
was given by the homeowners association counsel fbr the Citizens Com oil the Omega Psi Phi and Sigma to have taken place, Charles D. end, when. the group again rose to
of Richmond Heights for mittee; Mr. Davis, Mr. Reid, Rev.L. Delta Tau fraternities. lie resides I Prather; the hewly-elccted Manager their'feet, to to a prayer'of
the support and the personal appearances R. Brown, and Clarence Ed. with his wife, Hazel Anderson of the Association, announced benediction read by William Smith,
the County Attorney wards.-Johnson Photo. Braynon, and son, Harold Braynon, that the proxies had been certified one of the original organizers. A
Jr.,' ; and the subscribers present mood of satisfaction was evidenced
were all qualified for the election II. ai everyone gathered in the
. JOLLIVETTE PLAZA DEDICATION SUNDAYThe I After being sworn in as a Bar Tho crowd rose quietly, and the Church's Refectory to engage in
member in a ceremony June 1 be- Reverend Edward T. Graham, an the fellowship (of a light refresh
Miami Housing Authoritywill all civic and community projects. for) the Florida Supreme Courtin organizer and the Pastor of the I, ment.
dedicate Jolllvette Plaza, 6319 Guest speaker for this occasion !Tallahassee Florida, he will Church, invoked the blessings of Later In the afternoon the Board]
N.W. 24th Place, for Senior' Citizens will be Mr. Hubert M. Jackson, enter; practice here in Miami. God upon the new enterprise? of Directors met to elect officers.
on Sunday, May 27, 1962 at Intergroup Relations Officer, At. The officers elected-ares Billy E.
3 .PJQ3. lanta Regional office, ((8 South. ; The stage was now set. Various Miller, President; Dr.: 'Colston,
he.'Plaa contains thirty efficiency eastern States) Public Housing Ad VOTE TUESDAY members of the organizing group Chairman of the Board; Phil Spier,
units. and 36 onebedroomunits. ministration. read the requirements of the Home Vice Chairman; Joseph Curry, Secretary
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Then units ;are, adequately: ;'..Valqus.dty', and county ot.'fttts.1J' It's Your Loan Bank Board, and each was ; Otis Jamesr.Treasurer; and
equipped with the latest faclUtt<orkers will appear Voted on by ballot, in keeping with Kev. Edward T .Graham. Vice
Civic Duty the Board's strict regulations. President ,.
provide comfort for all tenants. I I on! the program.The4dedicatory activities. will. be I c r ,-" .f.' __ ; f" .... ..... L ,
The Plaza was named for: the I presided over by Commissioner
laic ,Cyrus AL Jolhvette, who.pwnrd I Henry H. Arringtoa vice chair -
aqd.operat: the Community f roan of the Miami Housingi. I :
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Drag ,Store at Northwest 88tbStreet thority, \ 1
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Holy Redeemer Catholic where he Church servedas y f d yin + f i_ _

President of I

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MArw.. ciety of of the Conference Sain So. e -. A ____


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lie held the office of treasarer of_ f More than 400; members of the tlon under sponsorship of the A. banquet>ajHt.floor; w '
the District,. International Lon sh remen'. Association Southeastern Dock and Maria held Wednesday nit at In '
tionaf DI dical, Dental and Pharrnaceutical and their wives closed Council. lin Rouge room of: the ;01 L \
Association, and at his out a four-day convention Thurs The Booker T Washington High William V. Bradley of ""'
death was President-elect, of that day at the DIIJdo Hotel on Miami Choral Society highlighted the Ii national prssjdent ol 1M '
organization. He was also a mem. Beach. opening session on Monday. Labor Cd.Q; Judge Is ... .,
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ber of the Frontiers of America Members of the South Atlantic leaders, shipping executive and :tl'matlonal vIe. roidee I
and life member of the NAACP. M. JACKSON 1 I and Gulf Coast District held ses- government officials were among i of the host on Local I'Un .
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lIe was a generous contributor to i guest speaker slons for their 52rid annual! convtn- those .addressing the group. l I I Miami' x 4


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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA I Letter to the EditorTo : Lt. Hunter Personal MentionSamuel
'Receives R Stewart H, son of
PAGE 2 SATURDAY MAY 26, 1062 the Ministerial Alliance Award Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Stewart of
Miami', Florida First Lieutenant Victor Hun. 6912 NW 14th ave won the
ter eon of Mrs. Iva Hunter, award for the Best Company
All Church Members: 1919 NW 69th terr., received a Commander during Howard
Metro Buses Show Certificate of Achievement from University's Annual Reserve officers
I I th'nk we ought to get a Maj.) Wyatt A. Arnoldcommand. Training Corps Day pro..
meeting calling all churches to- ing officer Officer Student Detachment .. Gram
gether to see 1f we can get the U. S. Army Signal --
Profit police to give ua courtesy when School, for evceptional performance 'Mr. Nathaniel Daridow of
$212.504 as assistant motion pic. D and H Construction Co. pioneer .
driving when we turn a cor
I ture director and previously as home bu.lder; of Liberty
ner, the cops stop us for nothingour 'editorial officer motion picture City and Brownsville, has:'iecov
The Metro Transit Authority earned I children are in school, our coordinating .officer and execu. ered from injuries received in an
reported today it has j jM. i live officer Troop Command, automobile accident two years
and
taxes are being paid we arec
of $212,504 in its operation ?R
prom Army Pictorial Center, Long Is. again.
,
of the unified transit I :Y 'tlzens. Please set a date when
land I
City, N.Y. Lieutenant ago and Is now build In; homes
:system since February' 9. \ this meeting can be held'' We are Hunter la a Booker T. graduate ------ -

In an April Profit Loss state. tired of getting tickets for entered the Army in 1957 after FOR SALE
merit to the Metro Commission, nothing. We want, action. Good I graduating from Florida A and
general manager Octavlo Cuevasreported I citizens. Jar\ M mathematics.University Hea with\ a presently degree in a $13.60 Monthly
revenue
systeml-wlde
student here in FttEB DELlVEttY
the Signal Officer
Charles Matthews
for the month were more than Elder
5606 00 with the Transit Authority 1541 NW 63rd St. Career Course, USASCS. 3 ROOMS NEW
carrying 3,673,067 pas. Miami, Fla. FURNITUkECo.mplete
ettgers a slight Increase over xr
: with accessories
: Save Life
the same period a year ago. PS. Please cooperate w'tnme a -
Net Income for the Transit Florida City to Micro! to Drive Carefully! Allied Hotel Supply
Authority: In April, including op. OJus. Meet me at Virginia Keyto 1334 NW 54th ST.
ertsb'on and ,miscellaneous rev.enne express our opinion.
tola's: $121,016.03. This r I.
nomunt follow deduction of Dear Reeves:
Debt Service payments of near-
927.000 .on the Transit Revenue I am deeply grateful for *2f
bonds. ''g support and endorsement of the
Miami Times in the recent cam. M A .
Cuevas also reported an increase paign t1.fAF1E
of employees for the
month including 11 bus opera Getting around the voting
tors and 14 maintenance person.. I booth, I was pleased to witnessthe
uel. At the end of April the Woman's Day large number of poor people
Transit Authority! had 744 employees who were expressing themselves
Including 474 bus opera. SpeakerMrs. politically. I think this! ia a good
tors 148 maintenance personneland omen and I congratulate your
124 other employees. Mamie Gill program di. leaders who took eueh a large
rector for the Adult Senior Citizens Interest in getting out the votes
of the James E. Scott Com.
Sigmas to Hold muntty Association and a teach My since apprecialon of your i3S
er in Special Education Department friendship jy > pg1.1Vlw1tY DRUG
Final MeetingThe of the Dade County Public
School System, who will be the Sincerely, >
members- the Beta Sigma Henry L. Balaban
Speaker at the morn.
Fraternity, Inc, will hold its Ing Principal eerv'ces: at the seventh an. I *RO .JQLUVET1'B. Manager
final meeting of the year Satur nual Woman's Day observance,
day May 26 at 8 p.m. The meet. at Grace Presbyterian Church,
Ing will be held in the home of 6895 NW 14th ave. on this Sunday .
Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Green 2260 May 27.
NW 50th st
entitled
A special program
All Sigma wives and sweet. "Hats ,Extraordinaire" will be # Taste the -moin.f1avoroL
: sunny
hearts are cordially invited to presented at 4 p.m. The public is f' ,
attend. cordially invited. Rev. W. F. {i .')" ':/;I
Ellis Adderley is president. Savoy Is the pastor J\.;;,

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI "FLORIDA Spring TeaThe Annual Spring To Sponsor Dance!


SATURDAY. MAY. .. 2fi. .. ,- .1663. ._ .i.LI PAGE Miami Hostess Club, cord Benefit BallThe On AnniversaryThe
-- 'ally invites you to attend Its Opa Locka Civic Club pre. American Legion William
First Spring Tea, on Sunday, sents its annual Spring Benefit
Gussie Ervin Is Queen :May 27 at 4 to 6 pm. at the Ball Tuesday, May 29 beginningat Henry Post and Auxiliary will 'I'
I home of Mrs. Rose Portier, 4931 10 pm. at the Harlem Gar. sponsor a dance on their 12th '
anniversary, Saturday May 26 .j
NW 15th Court.Frontiers
Of Ten Best Dressed Women dens.Music will be furnished by at the Youth Center at !9 p.U& j,
Sam Early and band. Support The public is invited to at.
The Saints Ann-Margaret Flor'da to MeetThe your civic organizations by at. tend. Please come out and en
.hapUr sponsored their fourth Mm: Ewell was introduced by tending. Advance tickets Jl.OO joy yourself. Admission tree.
annual fa,hlon show and presented Father EUsha S. Clarke, Jr., Miami Chapter, Frontiers at door $1.25. For table reserva. :
Miami's Ten Best Drees. ylsar of The-Church of The Incarnation Of America will meet at tile tions call MU 1.9364. Advertise It Pays!
.. Richard Bailey is president. I
ed Wom n and Qu en for 1962 v Howard Johnson's Restaurant,
oil Friday, May ll at the Hampton Thanks to everyone who mado 36th St. and 27th ave., Tuesday,
House Pool Patio. 'the fash. this affair &, success May 29 at 8 p.m. :

Ion"Fashions theme In for Orbit.tills" yeaf was, r Oscar Weaver president LET'S USE EXPERIENCE!

Mrs. Scott VOTE TO PROMOTE
The women whr had beeu Sunlight Alumni .
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chotf'n one of tne ten best Says ThanksWords -,..- + Mr-
dre&:ed for three consecutiveyears All members of the Sunlight! arbara''
were presented. They were alone cannot express Alumni Association{ are requested ii
Mesdames Portia Bannister my deep fee'lng: of gratitude to to be present at, 8)30) p.m. May
(IOCS); Joycelyn Burroughs the many, many trends: for the 28 In the conferences room of
(1960); and Mice Harrison. cards, flowers, thoughts, pray. the school. MINER
cent the Hall
to of
They were and
ars other kindnesses shown
fashion and still considered Business of vtal: importancein :
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me during ;
recent
my stay in :
among Miami's Ten Best Dressed rackson Memorial Hospital and reference to the alumni day I
Womed. during celebration. The first celebration from County to
my convalenscnce at i..
Miami's ten best dressed wb. home. I am humbly thaatfful will benefit all graduates and
I 4 rn.n for 1962 are: for the many blessings which I Ls well worth attending. State Democratic i
Queen Gussie Ervin, Geraldine have come to.'me through each' W Brooks, reporter ;
Arrington (1961) Queen), who of you. Allen ham president I
crowned ,this year's queen; Isa. Special thanks to the pastor Committeewoman i
belle Young:, Barbara Rogers, 'and membera of, Mt. Tabor Bap .
Josephine White, Carmen Jackson tilt Church, the principal, faculty friends throughout the conimun. .1 1
Janie Reeves, Georgia Clark, and entire personnel of Llllie C. ity. y' 1 1y
Shirley Moore and M.rcelle Ad. Evans School and to scores of Mrs Maggie I. Scott
detiy, Any registeredDemocrat t

The queen's plaque was pre. in Dade Idlyr -i i
sen tied/ by Mr. A. Travera
Ewell, president of the Episcopal WE Will BUILD ON YOUR LOT County can vote for ...
Churchwomen Diocese of South
NO CASH REQUIRED BARBARA MINER s'


( BARRON UPHOLSTERY ,(2Q different plans to choose from a dedicated Democrat, pledged to

Best upholstery WORKS for less ALSO,LARGE 3-BEDROOM HOMES FOR"SALE A state wide vigorous coiniNtljni to "gt.t out" the Democratic

We and W, ". IN RICHMOND HEIGHTS voleS (
pick up deliver ,
Call FR 4.2320 It VERY LOW DOWN PAYMENTS 1IItl'On unified IXiiUHrtitiic |Mirty,
A "''011111( voters of Ainerlen" training program/ for our
:h I 1 and 2 bedroom apts. for rent
future votersA
IN CARVER RANCHESFor
..;" ... ballot machine in,every high school for whool elections
TOOTHACHE.l.f'tfrom' information call s 1'olltluil science coum for those InternvUtl In our

*, Medlnily. tot of spud re JOE BURTON 4221 Hallandale Blvd governments
tootnachs
with fait scum :l.Jr.I'I m HIGHVIEW HOMES, Inc. KccoRnltiiMt of boiiA.fido Democratic clubs
toes III Mcoittft GlllfilltldIF
monty ktck.All,drat stem, Hollywood, Fla. Near Carver Ranches s Work to bring the National Democratic Contention to Dade

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SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1962 Dorsey BandIn


ConcertThe

Doteey uniof klgh '65.piece .
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concert band ,will ,presentIts
fifth annual Spring Concert
Friday/ May 25, at 8:16 p.m. In
the school auditorium.This .
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Main Off He at 6740 N.W. t5th Avtnoe l' one QX 1.0421 year's band consists of
Illranrh At tl2 N.W. Third Ave., Miami taoitlda-irhfltoe' PR 3,2236 many talented Gtud@nt, :Many.bf .
them are veterans front lastyear's "T
II. E. SIGISMUXD: UKlCVES Editor and Publisher '
band. At the recent, Cdlihty
.' OAKItt' \). REEVES, Managing Editor
Wide Hand Ffestltal! the bafld
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iKnteml as StttOtut Class Matter, August 9, 1027, at the Post I Office! I: was highly\ i congratulated by
: *t, Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 many muste critics for its oh't.raandimg .:
performance.Appearng 'I
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
ONE YEAR as s&o! flutists with
$0.00 FIX MONTHS 93.00 FOREIGN $6.00
r-- the band will be AugbsL Bollard,
Member of the Associated Negro Press Michele Will; )}n's", and Linda
Member of,the National Newspnpcr Publishers Association Adams. The selection, "Bugle's
Holiday," will feature Willie
"CREDO OF THK NKGim PRESS" Person Melton Jones and David
THE NEGRO PRESS believos that'Amer.lca.. onn best leach) l the world Permentcr: A duet, entitled "The -
from racial and national antagonisms when' H Acmnls to man
every Pals" will feature Melton Jones I Shown breaking for the
regardless.of race, color 01- creed, his human and legal rights. Hating: and James Clemons. George' I ground
no man, fearing no man-the Negro Press strUas to help every man len:hwin'o memorable compos!- new Church of Christ, ,which will ANN'S GUESTHOUSE
In the firm belief that all men are hurt as long as anyone is held ton, "An American In Paris" be located on NW' 152nd St.,
21st and 22nd In
back. between aves.
will also be performed.
Opa Locka are, left to right:
Guest artists will be "A Recorder Bro. and Sister Charles Pendle-
YE EDITOR'S NOTE BOOK .. Consort" directed by tone; "-and Rev and Mrs. 0. L.'Lamar 344 NW 10th St.
Rev. Lamar fa:the t
Robert Thomas, director of, pastor
Ye Editor attended a Community Leaders' Conference on music, Dade County Junior Col. of the Church: Thft jnew church,
Equal Employment Opportunity held on May 19, in the new legs. which' is expected!' to be com. A neatly furnished room,
State Department Building, Washington, D.C. Donations for the cretfert will pleted in four or :flYd 'months, .istoalhr
'clean and Maid
quiet. ser-
built
be: Adults $1.00, students /50c by ,Parfcriew Con.
At 9 a.m., more than 600 persons, representing practically structlon Co. ',I\::.t jl\:, vtca, parking space for
every state, responded to the call of Vice-President Lyndon t ,
Johnson, chairman of the committee on Equal Employment Op- For Rent1bedroom "" cars. Weekly raids 6r AVer
portunity. Mrs. Majorie McKenzie Lawson, Washington attorneyand Apt. Drive Carefully) night

: member of Equal Opportunity, was a very able chairman of Lower, cheaper, porch, y .. '" -. ,, ,. ......--......-..
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Electric, hot water furn. First Tim Offered}
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'The welcome address by the vice-president was very interesting. $13 week
:lie pointed out the progress made in Civil Rights during the 2345 N.W. 56th ST. .HOME. WITH INCOME:

Kennedy administration as compared with previous administra- 2 ap.rkUnr1 I 1CDS nt>\U"e. feh i large l Idi Florida
:tions.; He urged the conference to make sure that local schools 2-bedroom house room. PfcytntnU 1 run you about $32 per ttionlK=with l
in their drive to produce professional men, do not omit vocational $15 week rear house rented, You must: eta to Ullfive. $0d
Education be for those who do not wishto
training. must provided down.
5238 N.W. 24th Court Full price $12,006. Lbvely l 45kK
\
street area.
be teachers, dentists or doctors. He asked labor, industry and I Shown
See
Sat. by
local communities to go all out in fighting racial discriminationin owner morning or appointment*

employment, and pledged the administration's support. call LEGAL REALTY 1

He mentioned the failure of the Senate in not passing the discriminatory '' UN 6.7577 'PLa-0260. c MU 84923
literary voters' bill. Before 8 a.m. any morning Evening Sunday t Weekday

'The Ribi- ; ...... .
Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare, Abraham --.F.

for violations 1500 miles but them six blocks
rights away, ignore
1355 N.W. 44th St ,
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Sway., Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy told the conference that bedroom CBS with porch, ,. :I:1JIM DeCOURSEY

his four weeks' experience in a trip around the world brought to carporte, hardwood floors,
::him so vividly the need for the conference. Unless we make air condition, stove and re-
:major steps, our leadership Is going. We must move atiead. He frjgerator. Call to see s -" i. \vwiih to thank
'cited the progress made'' and action taken in desegregating buses, -
railroads, and said that some ai ports have been desegregated.He NEW! NEWS NEW my Friend ,and Workers, for their efforts

thought the clergy should be more active in fighting to end $700 down $95 Mo. : in helping: :me in the Constable Dist. 1

discrimination in all areas. 3'bedroom CBS, 2 tile baths, I
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I built-in ,ce., W9d| appreciate all their help
The Attorney General said "It is difficult to understand how range and oven,
the clergy can speak on the love.of man and the Ten Commandments large rooms, no qualifying, and support/they/ can render 'for. .'
and not do. anything on,,ciyjl ,ig !s.u no closing costs. Move rightin : : .' rMariif'a
j* : y .
today. .. '
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Hobart Taylor, Special Counsel for the Committee on Equal Open 7 Christmas
Employment Opportunity, spoke on progress in this department. Sown by appointment p.rn. only

Another' speaker Was John C. Field, Executive Director of -0- : wko',in
the committee. We arrange financing also my'opinion is the best and fairest

Workshops .were: held on apprenticeship nnd Training, Voca- TRIO REALTY candidate: Constable Dist. 1.
tional Education, Retraining, Opportunities for Minority ,Groupsin 801 NW 54th St.
and through higher education, High School Guidance and PL ."
9-8372
Counseling, Youth Guidance and Cultural Enrichment by private PL 9-5455
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organizations, Employment Services and Recruitment Practices, NE 5-8746
Community Resources for Expanding Equal Employment Opportunities
In-service Training and Promotion Practices and Man-
power Projections.At ELECTNATHANIEL
one o'clock the group lunched in the Department's Cafeteria. THANKS

At 2 p.m. a summary of the workshop discussion and recom-
mendations were made by John W. Macy chairman of the Civil L' :
Service Commission and member of the committee, and committee
officials answered questions submitted in writing from the floor. FOR YOUR

The speaker at this session was Secretary of Labor, Arthur JJ .

, !oldberg, vice-chairman p t the conjmittee. -: :f ?VOTE ,
Following the adiourrjmifnt' ,of the conference, we attended r :
reception given bv Vice- r sldent and Mrs. (Lady Bird) Johnsor l i 3 L
in the beautiful .:: :
State Department's Diplomatic area.' +,'- 2f' -' OF .

Hobart Taylor;Jr,', special counsel for the, committee was M.C i 1 i

Soloist Marg Dodson, with accompanist Coleman Perkinson, delighted ..-, ', ,'
us with' several selections. 'a\" .". Ar" CONFIDENCELET'S
\ .P I Il
"Lady Bird" was presented and made brief, appropriate remarks.Ye .

Editor was housed at the Washington Hotel for two days, "'' ELECT. .
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thence to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wars. Mrs. Wars l't\i
Is my niece. Then I had to divide my time with Brother Fred and < ,,rr M "
his wife, Jessie, at their northeast home. m','II.. Marvin Red

Also found !time to take my grand daughter, Gina, a studentat .... .
Howard University to dinner on Saturday afternoon.

. On Sunday ,worshipped at St. ,George's Church, the Rev. Birch. ''TANNIE" Christmas
,rector. It was St. George's Day and the men had their. annual] ',
dinner (very successful) ,during the afternoon. Dean f. .,

On Monday I went by bus to New York registered at the MAY
'Statler. Visited Rv H. Macy (it's not far away) in remembrance Committeeman 29

'of six grandchildren I hope to see in two or three days' time District 17 YOURnCONSTABLE: DIST.

The conference was interesting, the panels were informative, Lever
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: THESATURDAY. ilAi ..., Opportunity "*. -". I Wilson, a well ,known"
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:;A;,, ,\ ,', MA- "YJ' Z6,,-,. 1962- : PAGEStlV haven't time to build up sure fire; \ .Grocery Miamian,is owner 111 in M4. Siam, Hoi.pltal .
Vote
Tuesday
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cafe First $1,000
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|r II- : money making: '' and ha been for, the put
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l'" Medla nes d dispensed at Flow cost ; take it. 640 NW 2nd Ave. UN!! to
Is expecting
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two
'";: mood, urfne texts'P, Cott.health, OPENNEbAMINGO 6.6001. this week.
undergo surgery
/* and marriage. : v _I"l'I"T\Y'tnrW'TY._,,.'J IT tf'iSTf! SFTT'7.1: BT.Bt'BT.BC BT.M.....-
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A General Health 6efvicetuck .) v v ',f* DISTRICT 17 GET AWAY
Rooms by day or nftt voice
Non surgical treatment of Jtup' Happy chMtergel'
t 1, Rectal Diseases. 'Varicose 2167 NW 64th St\ .: expressing things that make life
i l'7 'Veins, Prostate, Arthritis, Reducing Floyd,). Prop.REFRESHMENTS. I A. Frances Henderson worth that make living.conversation Beautiful a pleaa music

I 1545 SW 1st Street I 'ant outlet at the end of a hectic
Parking in rear OX 6-3760 ''COMMITTEEWOMAN day. That'. our set up at the!
:, FR 3.2748 lies Ill 80104 I SATELLITE. Decor and atmosphere
1 '('1\\ VOTE MAY 29 that's surely out of this
LARGE LOTS CLOSE BY .PALMETTOEXPRESSWAY : :, world.Every nice Satellite Lounge,
0222: NW 7th Ave.
',,.:..", .,:<, : LEVER 3611M
'" ', Pol. Adv.
: Drive Carefully!
Zoned residential. Build! your h.ome on it : :I"rl 1"rn-.Jr'U1r.JrD.I'JrJ.L.IorJr..nrr z 'xrlaa: !" '
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AND THEN INVEST AS LITTLE AS
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$10 DOWN AND $10 PER MONTH

NORTHWEST "
In Growing Dade CountyWe
SMALL HOMEOWNERS'LEAGUE

Northside and N.W. Dadk."''County t!' invite your ,inspection ''of good Dade County Land

k; MIAMI, FLORIDA DRIVE BY TO. .

I. .Dear Member and Friends, '...., ..".,.'j*
As your Executive Director of ttva:' 'N rt1"'we.f' Small

r Home Owners League,". Thank you for; ,the:fins, turnout DREAMLAND ESTATES
on Primary( Day. We were ]electing our*:good i i
friends to office. '- :
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However),we still have a job to finish on May 29h.I I WJalk around and see what our satisfied customers have d'one'
I Some land is !'being farmed right NOW
One of our bet friends and, supporters is running
for the very important job of "Democratic State ,Com- See for yourself-for seeing is believing
mitteemen." There are six candidates for this job after '" X: :K*.,
Mr. S. Hutcheson Jr.
Call or
only one can be elected, so the results will be dose. ,

We need good representation in,the State Democratic c Mr. Alexander McKenzie

Party in Tallahassee ,and I personally.know Mr. Jimmy
James. I can recommend him as the most capable man Call 691.5611
for) this job. Therefore I want to see 'him elected. k

During the year, ,I am,always doing favors for our For an appointment to go to Rreamland:, EstatesAvenue
members and friends, now I want you all. to'return a favor
to me. '* 0 5178 N.W. 17th

We need an, open door in Tallahassee. And we can
get this door open by all of us voting. "

Tuesday, May 29th, for MR. JAMES JIMMY JAMES *yBRMM3RM2E&EHV5|

FOR DEMOCRATIC STATE COMMITTEEMAN: "

Please vote, get your family, friends and neighbors ANOTHER BIG WEEK
to vote. Remember you have a date this Tuesday to vote .
for our friend! Mr. James Jimmy Jtaes.

oil> Sincerely I ,_ ADAM'S MOTHER'SBIRTHDAY
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Pd. Pol. Adv.'
IRVING ALLEN, Executive Director


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r WANTEDI! ?; : WHO WAS SHE? AND 'WHEN WAS IT?


(AND NEEDED) IS THE BIG SUBJECT

IMK8 a man who will represent t' P.M.fiOSPH.TENT
SUNDAY 27 7:30:
,, ALL the Democrats of Dade County'SO ;, ; .


." BE ON THEOOOK OUT! '0': :; E1'F THE BIG ,

i MAY 29TH AT YOUR'.VOTING ODTH. ( .
1 FOR if f :'
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JAMES J. alias, ;
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0' ,: CANDIDATE FOR, THOUSANDS ARE COMING. WHY NOT YOU?

,a i DEMOCRATIC STATECOMMITEEMAN PICTURES ON THE SCREEN EVERY NIGHT
r.' "' 9 FREE GIFTSo
FOLLOW THE CROWDS. FILL THE BUSES)

K COUNTYWIDE ELECTION I E.C. Ward, Speaker SUBJECTS
BIG HEADLINE

:, HAS SERVED TIME> MAY 28 JUNE 1, 7130 P.M.
i : Tues. (May 29) _$1,000 if you can find the missing text. Where Is it?
8 years hard labor in the Dade County Democratic ; Powder Sprinklers. Are they from God
Executive CommitteeNow ., Wed. (May 30)) Marriage and Divorces Is that man your husband?
( serving Group Chairman) I Is that woman your wife?
Thur. (May 31) -' The 13 biggest reasons why marriages break up.,
REWARD What are they?
(< Fri. (June 1)The man whom God forgot. Who is he?
) of knowing you elected thejright man!II! LISTEN TO "THE SPOKEN WORD*'-SUNDAYS 10 A.M_WMBM
?BfcBs MINISTERS i-C. B. ROCK CALVIN ROBINsoN
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PURE LARD 2 ins 29CSWIFT Daisy Cheese: lb 45FRESH

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Peaches 5 for $1.00 LIBBY'S 303 CAN
HALVES OR SLICES MAZOLA CORN OIL LB. Cut Beefs 8 for $1.00
LIBBY'S 14 OZ.
LIBBY'S 303 CAN ;
Pears 4 for $1.00 Margarine 43 Catsup 5 for SLOP
GREEN 3 BUNCHB5
LIBBY'S 14 OZ. PILLSBURY'S PLAIN OR SELF RISING .."", Onions 251
Deep Brown Beans McINTOSH 3 LB BAG
10 for SLOPLIBBY'S Floor 5 Ibs49 : APPItS 35*
NEW RED BLISS 10 LBS
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Cream Corn 6 for$1.00 Fruit Cocktail 5 for $1.00 : ROYAL ARMS LB

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, THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Travel Directory e' :ai &: IJ hlUueU 1 iit on up with or without a college
degree? If know or practice
you
'4 SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1962 PAGE 1'f any trade, skill or craft, the
\ Tells You Where WM8M NEWS world needs your skiyll. .Write

hI ,:;iiIiii; to Peace Corps Washington
You Are WelcomeEdited iil&:: rf.= : D. C.The.
China Valles has his House of
'I""I China show emanating from the first request for this
with the minority
Lt Rendezvous Room in the week's UPoek; Hit" was Mrs. Lucy
traveler in mind, "Go-Guide to Adkins, 752 NW 69th St. Pick
I Hampton House From midnight
Pleasant Motoring" U designedto hit winners are announced every
until 5 a.m. Tuesday thru Sun. Friday morning on "Dutter.
class
assure him of first accommodations
day, "Ilia Show" wil be brought ball'j Show" at 10:30 a.m. Li 3-
I of the cold war to link with the wherever he goes to the community by remote te Jn, your name may be among
People. "eneI11YWe think he should goomewh.ere in the United States, Canada control. So, drop in at the the 26 names selected aswinners. ;
Mexico and the Caribbean.The Hampton House and say "helloto Hurry, hurry, and send
GOMETIMB AGO this column and catch himself.
China" who will be there in your name and addre&i to Pick
poked a little fun a'., women He' a foul ball I
Annlver.
current Tenth person .The management is lilt, WMBM, 814 lit St., Miami,
'I. and shorts!! and criticize some of sary Issue, list many travel sparing no expense in tryig to Beach, Fla.
them for wearing too short shorts Things facilities in cities: from coast to make the Hampton House a No.
coast. The listed hotel, motels, 1 show case for "Dig Names."
especially: buxom babes.!! Afte. a It missed "Street Car
JJSUUALL, tfce; grt Amert. resorts and other travel facilities Read the Miami Times for an. you .
and threats Named Desire at the Ring
verbal
beating against!! of
can >astlme tiaaeco'mo all welcom e guests regardless nouncement of coming attrac
'J i
, picketing this pillar of thoughts Theatre, University of Miami,
nationality. tions.
or
religion
race
,
we henceforth "chickened! out" i screwed up with tU' Introduction you missed a rare ,treat. It wad
and steered!! clear of arousing the :. of the u. .trtftfi ;agues. "Go" conta:.ns a calendar of delightful and we wish to com.
wrath of the sweet 111 tld bits. nation 1 conventions, pictorial Fred Hanna and his "Rocket pllment Miss Naomi Johnson, a
But rashness overcame our better Who's on :: .t t What's on highlights of out* judgement; and again we allow. second! ? and where'* Gil Ifodiges? I spot welcome measag.s: from the to 10'30: am. and 1 to 4 p.m. School graduate and now a fresh
ed our pen to silently drift We uHd to know all the num. governors of 36 states, information Be there for the count down, 10, man at the University of Miamion
across! our note pad with anotherpun of about National Park facili 8, 7 6 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 A-ok. Ha-ppy FMBM scholarship loan for
hers and
name* players the
on
at the ladles laSt week. We ties and lists the 29 states! (and flight, !! the impressive portrayal of the
jokingly wrote about their dainty Dodgers Yanks or, GJants., We District of Columbia) that have character she played.
particular method of falsa don't even know It Jackie RobIn statutes prohibiting discrimination .
beauty harping upon the fad of son U on first' for the Dodgers, In places of public accom. WMBM Community Service The "Spotlight Product of the
wig wearing. or If Roger Marts has broken a modations. The 1962.63 directory Foundation recommends the flue Week" is Old Milwaukee Deer
leg and when the Yanks ,gonna \ishowjs, a (decided ,.increase Arts Conservatory's Second An Until next week, WMBM-BO
Well sir, we almost caused a ,trade him? It's confoosln't nual "Summer Adventure in The
very good lady friend of ours'to in hotels the, motels number and and resorts variety that of Arts," beginning Monday, Junn .......................................-.....
be ku kluxed last Saturday while Did these new names: Mlnae. 18 and< running thru July 30. A
sot a Twins. They should be a are open on a non discriminatory BARRY
MANORThe
she was having her halrsuite baits seven weeks arts program, three
adornment singed at one of them sack full of Double The Los mornings a week. For further
gossip!! parlors. It happened like Angeles Arigels should be information listen to WMBM .Offer
this: DEMONS flying around the base Maimi Economic on Sundays at 5:45: p.m. to the
paths; even horses have hit the l''.ne Art Conservatory radio Rent Reduced
An irate madame had Just read majors. Take the Houston Colts program or contact Ruth Greon.

our column and exploded: for Instance. Metro has taken a Survey PrintedThe field, 615 NW 60th It. bedroom apt. only $12
Who is this d-n fool who hand in the game, too The New
writes this mess about wigs York Metropolitans Is guided 0' second edition of the 2-bedroom
1 sho' wear one and don't care Case deep Jn the cellar. Economic Survey of Metropolitan Did you know there are 6,000 apt. only $14

who knows lU"! I Miami, covering .every ,concelv opportunities In the Peace Corps
Just to isfhov you how the play 3200 NW 47th St.
for anybody of any age from 18
able Item of interest to the in.
Another customer In the'sec. ers have been switched around
ond chair piped up: via the auction block, take the dustriallists, had been completed "' aa. 1...... ...a. _
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"I wear one, but I care about New York Meta you'll recognise by the Dade County Develop.
people knowing it. Some hair I such familiar names u Richie ment Department and Is now
brains just don't know anything A hburn, former Philly star; Oil available. TV Service Calls *!.*>

sensible to write about." Hodges of the Dodgers; Ed Bou The book, with 31 different
chee of Phllly; Charlie Neal 01
sections and more than 400
The denunciation: of Ye Penman
bantered back and forth while Dodgers; Prank Thomas and pages in all, Is 25 per cent larg.er ALL MAKES-ALL MODELS PLUS l'AnTSLARRY'S
Bend
VJnegar Mlzell pitching
,
than the prize-winning first
my friend girl was busting her great of St.Louis. Minnesota
edition published in 1959, ac T.V.
.tides smothered an unburst of
the other liamesthe'
giggles. Had joined iri cording to Richard J. Welsh, dl.
she
of the WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS
rector department. -
the oral melee and owned up to other teams and picked up

knowing this' writer well, she Goodman, Ptfndlington. Lum Lar- This report should be Instru. RADIOS, HI-FI AND STEREO REPAIRSWe
might have been beaten find ker Llllls and Spanner.
mental in interesting many new
Sell Used TV. on Credit
scalped I
Industrial firms to locate inMetropolitan
And ,then my pun would hate Detroit got Dilly Bruton from
Miami" said Welsh. 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-8024
back.flred, 'cause We'd be' buy the Braves. The veteran GIno
ing a wig for our 01' Lady Clmoll went to Kansas. )I.iJ..1I1. ..11IHILllI.nrl. !)&Ill1l11nII1111 III j

Who's on first Who's Dugie's Guest HouseThe

HONEY! we've read about, 'n the outfield ,
heard of and know many men house of clean rooms BERKLEY'S CUJ-RM STORE
who have shirked their reftponjl.bllitles .
Musical ProgramThere Open 24 hours NE 4-3851
of home by deserting The
Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
their families and leaving themto
shift for themselves. But this will be a musical pro. Seeing is BelievingSee 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4.2376
dude we read about recentlyput gram sponsored by the II o m e us for clean rooms
M sslon of Mt Zion Dap. SPRING CLEANING SALE
Society
our last tooth on edge.
2941 NW 47th St. Miami
It:t Church, 301 NW frth'/.t. on ,
This goon, in 1959, deserted Friday, May 25 at 8 p.m.. Admission Jamaica Dugie always a helnze Nndlnola 1 I.oo Ifcm't forget your film
Its wife and two kids and took free Slater Arl l1i*foster, rnUrnld and picture roll
up residence In Russia to "avoid president; Rev, E. T. Graham, friend incense Candles A Inn Tmnull 1.98
reponsl: bIllUe.." pastor INDF I'o.Ke.No Sets ., hair Goals and Ilibbon" '
i .. --. ... liloofh and mow Straightening Combs 70|'
lIe said he was "temporarilyInsane" Cream 'Otf comb 70*.
when he deserted his '
family to live in. the Soviet Un. ANNIVERSARY: SALE A Variety of Curds for all Occasions

ion where he renounced his Rudy's, Record and TV Center Gifts of all descriptions. Use our layawayOPEN
American citizenship
6801 N.W.15lh Avenue PH. OX 1-6821 DAILY ft SUNDAY H A.M. to 10 I'JM.

Now he's seeking a visa at the Jlo riO striu: p.m. Mon. thru Pit., 0 p.m. Sat. JOHN A. Mc.MIMV. Owner
American embassy and other
technical papers to return to.bis1 Owned and operated by1 Hudolph r'verity with two qualified

family after three years of "tem technicians, to'_lye your television problem .

porarily What a insanity.louse! Not" only did he SPECIAL BARGAIN Bobby' Marshall does it again I

renounce his family, he also de. O Labor Charge was $4.00, now $2.50
serted his country In these time*' e TUBES TESTED FREE EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT ':.

I Don't forget to Mop In Rudy4. Record Room for all the AT THE .

latent Mia In Jazz, Rock *..' Roll Blue and Spirituals

Beautiful Your Home lot on 11 < MA20Liifc&n LIBERTY THEATREANOTHER

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New Horn* Offering Features Gets a Prize
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Voter N y Ham Ia.ara s4
Don't forget Bobby ,
Tile bathroom
Refrigerator gas' store
No Down is at the .' .
Venetian Blindi Newly painted

x Payment Laundry Rooms Washing Machines MODERN
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CARETAKERS PREMISES Every Thursday

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and Mr. Cotillion" were Miss THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMi FLORIDA
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DADE Mays Junior High Maml Pinder, C. Roberson, and I
THINCLADS'BREAK Mrs. Mamie Howard''' PAGE 8 SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1962
Has Cotillion .
STATE i Sylvia: and Walter were the ....
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TRACK RECORD ..
Bell reigned over the Junior Co. solos by Linda Ashley and Je- '
lly RHONDA SIMS tillion at Mays"High School Friday ,nell Hill with group singing by
Warren Matthews' ::Saxoys"
The all-conquenlng T-Blrds May 11 &t, 7730 p.m. and with dancing by the Mays
Thinclads broke two records as Thee Jazz band of the 6 a m e I ,Ballet Dancers.
they hammered into a second furn'shed the music. Allstudents Horsd'oeuvres, punch and cake
place. victory at the State Track schooL attending this gala affair .I I were served ,for refreshments.Mrs. .
and meet 11.Eugene at. Dillard High on May 10 promenaded'' around the Alma J. Moss English OX 1.7959 22nd Ave and 69th St.
cafeteria tor the Grand March.I ,teacher at Mays Coordinated the
Bell, who undefeated went thru in Serving as judge to select "Miss I. affair, an annual event. at Mays.
the whole season
the mile run, broke the state NOW SHOWING
record by running a 4:34.2. I ,
Eugene, one of the shortest boyson FIRST MIAMI SHOWING
the track team, ,will leave HENDRIE stands for:
North Dade in June. t' .'MSHOWDOWN
Frank Williams, Charles McCoy t.. r Perpetuating and strength.
George Bell and "William a ening the American way of IN THE HIGH! SIERRAW !
Evana broke ,the mile relay rec- life.
rod by 1.5 seconds.All Reading, writing and arith.

Evans during: Ronald track season Carey William and. dstw r' metic.Hut 1<11 OR stronger and ,. /t .4: %f 1[ \{ s.' .4'
George Bell usually ranked one, I healthier boys and girls. rJl..i.;,.... ,f' V3:{tl'
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two, three in the 440 yard dash. rfl : 'E Vocational training op|>or.unities. -:: r j
They went to the state meet and ( ,,, K.
retained their respective places. |I s. .' A full program for except-
These runners usually let their tionally able and handicap
opponent stay a few yards In l ed children. they
,r, front and when they hit the s &b Adequate salaries for all each rM.
curve to come in for the homestretch a y school personnel kt4
they "kick." Adequate authorityrespon.slbility | had
Help also came from Albert for principals ands .M. ,
Esslx, Lawrence Sweeting, Jerry teachers. 9 i iI
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Arline and Stanley Harris who __i Sound economy In all school ands
placed fourth in the 880 relay, DISTRICT business. '
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while Leonard Phillips, Johnny last '
Williams, Albert Esslx and Law. 1
chancetomake
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rence Sweeting placed second (n I
the 440 relay; The sprint med. ,} SCHOOL BOARD
ley team composed of. Johnny
William, .Ar)''ne", F. 'Williams e
and Carey placed third. ;J. Williams { I
placed fifth' In. the 100 Vote May 29th
I'' yard dtaiu I
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Thomas won second in the high .
)t. jump and Eric Ba'n placed 3rd. JIM HENDRIE has been engaged in business in *
,t This gave the Thunderbirds a Northwest Dade for more than 15 years. His familiarity sM
second place victory with 53 and with the problems educational fiscal and
pro.
a third points behind 77 prints
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I for Union Academy. gresswise are thorough. His election is your suretyof
I I adequate intelligent representation. 'r Yy

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New BethelThis SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1962 PAGE
: the Rev Harold -;, '
Meets Monday- j JOn last Sunday IC ',- .
Sunday is Woman's Day Btown delivered a most. IngpIrJng -, I }
6n Sunday, May 13 the Sphinx at the church and our guest !sermon." 'And, SundaY'
Civic Club members spent their speaker will be Mrs. Walton. Y. nlfiht our pastor preaclred a illinium .
annual Pilgrim's Day together Robinson. :
giving special attention to t be The music on Sunday morningwill wonderful !Sermon. II I
mothers. be rendered by the No. '1 I'lease don't forget to visit II I
5 The.,Sphinx started this won. I and No. & choirs, and Sunday the sick and shut-Ins.: .
derful Mother's,' Day by havingbreakfast I
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at the New Providence I t
Baptist Church dining room. The i ie !
menu wast ham sausage and ba- PROFESSIONAL MAN. .
can with grits and eggs, hot
scults: coffee, tea and orange
juice. .J.d J 3'bedrooms, 2 baths, 2 car garage with bath, oak :

This delicious torsakftvbH /was floors, solar, corner, 70x110, attic exhaust fan, tile
enjoyed by all the members and

their friends. I roof, Venetian blinds, awnings, wajkin pantry, 24 ft. iI '
After breakfast they attended
service at the church. Rev C. J. Florida room, zoned duplex, sprinkler. $2,500 down
Durney pastor.
A Mother's Day program' was 2nd mtg mthly, or 6mts intervals. No brokers, by
rendered by the mothers of the
appointment. NE 5455551.GUARANTEED.
church. After the program Rev.
Burney preached a wonderful ,
sermon that not only touchedtre 2 : e I !i e: 2: << A
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mother's hearts but also the '
fathers and children.
Sphinx and their guests had
dinner at their president home,
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Brooks BLESSINGS
The menu was: Prime roast 1A I '
beef, brocoll, sweet potato souffle,
hct roles and green; salad.
The wives and viators closed
the evening as usual by express 1t; FATHER JOHN MAY2S.26.27
sing their delight for the hospitality
of the club.


Royal 20 Club NewsThe
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Royal Twenty Woman's children..To pray for the" akk.**to "',thV financial
Club met. at the home of Mr .
and Mrs. George Tbu ton on mankind. The who .
Mother' Day. burdens and problems by" .. man S .

The president, Mrs. Earmatine I knows, knows that he.:knows. and makes you know .
Holton gave an Inspirationaltalk I
which concerned Itself with that he knows right away. Is now in the city of
ways and means of enriching
the club' program. Various mem. Miami, Fla., located] in his new permanent office at
bers expressed themselves to.
ward this end and many inter 1144 NW 64th St. His telephone number is PL 7.2802
&t.ng ideas evolved.
Office hours are, from 12 noon The club members were G e-
pee ally happy to find Mr. those who are in need of the treasures of God,
Thurston up and active once
again after a siege of illness. the help that is from God. See this great and gifted!

Mrs. Marie Allen
expressed .
the gratitude of the membtra t I man to4.,.,. Be blessed tomorrow. Remember the ,
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for the delightful repast. / I "
telephone number Is PL 7.2802, office h| at 1144 NW .
The next meeting will b. heldat
the home of Mr. and Mrs. 64th St., Miami, Fla. Call now for your; appointmentPL COMPLETE SHOW FEATURING
Roosevelt Bryant of 1060 NW
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MIAMI TIMES MiAMI. FLOfclDA i most talked of event Alumn "CRUSADE FOR We were out trying to get our

reunion time at Booker T. Wash people registered, many civic

PACE 10 SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1962 ington High School which VOTERS" PROUDOF leaders and good citizens pitchedIn
will be observed on Tuesday, to help. The min'iStel'\9 from
5 and Friday June 8.
June
their pulpJts did a magnificent
TURNOUTWe
I The Classes of 1962, 42 and job, plus meeting with us from
'32 will all be in reunion this of time to time.
are /proud our commun.
year. Everything has been prepared -
ith94 everyone Is ready for the ity and for the people that made The schools with their bands
/e annual event and all'Indications Operation BIg Vat a success. and different marching, unite
point to the fact that this :year's ,paraded up and down the streets
celebration will be one of t h egicatest and made the community award
otherb'1Atty.1 I in the history of the ANNUAL BALL JUNE 8 of their civic duties. Many organizations .
Swann, and the I
"PORK CHOPPERS"DEALT school. in town started to
Peter Sobel. The annual Reunion Ball will check their: membership list

"BODY BLOW" Thus the day is beginning to The annual reunion program be held on Friday evening, June seeking registered voters and
will be held on Tuesday after.
dawn when the of the 19 o'clock at the Harlem requesting that the entire mem.
people 8
be classed o'clock tie at
well as 2
What may noon, June 5 at at bership, be registered .The com
the Florida larger metropolitan: centers of Square Ballroom. This event Is
a "body blow, to DTW Auditorium. mittee In Crusade for voters
:he state of Florida, will a
ruling get always keenly anticipated by
"Pork Chop Gang" was a met twice a week formulating
handed down on Monday by :ong overdue fair representationin PARENTS TO BE graduates, both recent and of plans of what to do next with all
Federal Judge David W. Dyeron their state legislature. For years gone by, as well as many of this it was not the Crusadeas
the important matter of too long now, the small "porkhop" HONOREDTwo friends and visitors of this and much but
it was you, the
counties have formed
: an .
the state of other communities. The gradua.t
reapportionment for of Miamiparents
un-holy alliance them- very fine set people that went to the polls
brief but very important among ng classes of all of the local
Florida. In a
will be honored this that made Operation Vote a sue.
elves which has resulted in
a schools will be Invited along.
Judge Dyer high :
hearing,
relatively small minority of the year at the reunion program. cees. Now where do we go from
swept aside all objections and voters of the state controlling These parents will be presented with the alumni's many other here? Come out Sunday, May 20
put the state of Florida in that certificates of commendations to guests. Funds raised from the at 5:30 p.m. Cru.sade for Voters
he destiny of all of Florida.
group of states, where the mat. That unholy alliance Is beginning patents of the year for having sponsoring of the ball will go to I headquarters, 5182 NW 17th
I
I I ter of fair legislative apportion. to come to an end. The distinguished themselves in sucha the Alumnil's Scholarship! fund. ave., and let's decide on our
I ment will be decked at the fed spirit of fair play is beginningto manner as to have all of their Invitations for the Ball are next move. Please remember the
eral level. prevail and that is as it should children finish high schoolandin now being mailed. Anyone who eyes of Dade County are upon,
Judge Dyer proceded In such a l be. keeping with the rule, both has not received his Invite by you, and also remember we the
parents have more than the Negroes have made a name for
manner that assures all concern COMMUNITY AWAITS May 28, Is asked to kindly call
ed of the fastest possible actionon minimum number of four child the downtown office of the Miami ourselves, not the Crusade, or
ren. The names of the parentsto my other organization can take
the entire matter., The Judga REUNION TIMEThe Times, FR 3.2236.
be honored will be announced the credit but the Negroes of
said he will call on District the presiding Courtof entire Miami communitys at the progress. Be sure to It's Alumni Reunion Time at Dade County. If you live In
S.
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judge of the New Orleans to setup now anxiously awaiting the .: be there and witness the occa Booker T, Washington on Tues. Dade County won't you please
Appeals a thre-e.Judge in tribunal to heara coming of the current season's sion. I day, June 6 and Friday, June 8. come out!

combination of two pendingcases
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on the matter of reapport- ....
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I could move straight to the
U. S. Supreme Court and not
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arate but similar attacks on the
I, Florida apportionment system -
one tiled by Atty. Richard H. M. .
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300 Ibs. Also Miss Body

Beautiful, Sylvia Poitier,

for 1961 and! 1962 present

trophies to the winners.

Tickets on sale and trophieson

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Ave. You can purchase a

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Ushers Union Notice tI: I5t ;J:
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U.her'e Union will meet Sun By PUlL OSSOFER :1!

; day, May 27 af 3 p.m. at Friendship i 1 :
D. Church between 13th ;

/J ltre and Uth its, and 6th ave The Those of us who attended( the
program will be sponsored be. James E. Scott Community Association .

tween Friendship Juniors and Mt. Annual Meeting held

., Olivette Juniors last Thursday evening In the

_ The president is asking that spacious garden of the Central
Seniors please come and supportour office partook of a delightful ,

juniors. They have a. very experience. On that evening, upl.
TEMPLE BAPTISTRev. unjque program arranged. foi ritually, it was a Garden of "

Zion Hill To ObserveWoman's L. A. Thompson pastor your entertainment. Please be Eden, and materially, a gardenof and
out. eatln'. where fellowship

The celebration of the 30th David Hudson, president food were shared in abundance.

[ Day May 27th anniversary of the church and. Mies Dorothy Major Seo'y

pastor last week was quite a Rev, W E. Sims, pastor In the preparation of this out.
successful affair. Cordial thanksto standing meeting I was relieved

t the Rev J. A Poitier and when the refreshment committee
ST. MARY'S W. M. congregation of the NTLLSS MARTIN MEMORIAL', voted against serving chicken.

y Spiritual Science: Church, Rev. You see, I was concerned with
p H. V. Stuart pastor Rev L. P. Brown, pastor two unfavorable (though not un.
J. L Johnson and St. James
.. Miss Dorothy Major reporter'Last : ,
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Baptist Church, Rev H. V. MLs A. Marie Wilson, reporter flavorable) elements the

Sunday our pastor delivered Stuart and St. Mary's W M. Sunday, May 20 was a right wing and the left wing.

a most inspiring message Church for their splendid coop. grand day for members and Guess I'm a little confused about
morning and night. Ushers board eration and contributions; to friends of Martin Memorial poultry and politics. Well at any.

No. 1 anniversary was well attended Deacon A. J. Hanna. who represented AME Church. The pastor officers rate this year JESCA didn't do

by various auxiliary the "allent guest," and. and members and friends the cooking. Instead, we guests

f boards and the committee is saying Rev. I. Hepburn and Evangelist met at 6:15: pm. were catered to by an excel.
.M thanks to all who bad sup. P Rolle for the closing messages : lent caterer.

ported them so well. Sunday. Thanks to all the mem. Then followed a motorcade to Doing on the committee, I
bers and friends who helped. Homestead's Bayfront Park toy' a
served as a. greeter, and furniture .
Sunday School will begin its
baptism. The candidates for'
usual hour with the superintendent The program, "Talent Unlimited baptism were Aaron Perkins, mover, helping move the
'_ John Dullard In .charge.: : ," sponsored by the Red Yearby Webb, Tyrone Johnson piano Into the garden. Huh I
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carry a piano I can't even carrya
Glide and Sunshine Band at 3
caulk Following
Our will be in and Cleveland tune I Well I in
pastor chargeof p.m. Sunday was quite Inspiring. School went pitched thoughI
we
the morning and evening\ ser. All the participants did their I the Sunday service hour was off pitch, knowing that \ I Ii
into church
our with all strain I would D
vices that
part: creditably. Mrs. Mlr: The following were
Flat Wasn't that A Sharp-y.)
Hepburn and her group are to ( .
sebx'f We are asking that our friends baptized:
At least for the moment I WM
be commended for a Job well
Agatha Lane Panertla Jones,
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f come and partake In our Lor a key man.
Feast Sunday morning. We are. done. Ronnie Jones, Deborah Mitchell,
After the excellent dinner a
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The Aid Board Mrs. M.
Pulpit ,
Carolyn Jones Diane Cole and
praying for our sick and nhut.ins. tine program, jointing, up the
.* E. Stevens president will pon.
Mitchell.Mrs. .
Adenas
'1M: work JESCA Ls doing
-1 M1 5. WILLIAMS sor a dinner at the home Mrs. Verdell Long joined the important
Eva Gibson. 1838 NW 5th place was presented. JESCA was pic.
Morning church, to receive full mem.
Speaker
I tured AS a tree, with the tiny
Saturday from noon until?
B.I
NEW PROVIDENCE M. bershlp were Mrs Lucile Wheat.
Our church will observe its The No. 2 choir will sponsor Icy and Taylor Johnson. preschool children M the seeds;

Toman's Day program, May 27 Rev. C. J. Burney, ,pastor a tea Sunday, 3 p.m. at the the senior citizens, who gave us
;;at Brownsville Junior High Claudia Wlson, reporter homo of Its president Mrs. M. a''' humorous skit on travelling. I

[School Auditorium. Continue In prayer Tor the sick Hall, 1575 NW 67th St. All are THE INCARNATION as tho roots, our president, Garth \

;; Mrs. R. L. Williams will be and those who are greaved over Invited. Reeves, representing the boardof
(Episcopal) directors as the trunk; (where
fspinker for the morning. Mrs. their loved ones. Note the news
EW: Hams is the principal of on next week for the report of Sunday, the fifth Sunday after was your "bark" Garth?) the
Saunders Park Elementary the pastor's anniversary.MT. BAHA'I ASSEMBLY Easter, commonly called Rogation adults as the branches. person!.

[School, Pompano Deach. She'ls' Sunday. Low Mass at 7:30: tied by two charming young ma
[very act:.ve in Church and civic Miss Ida Solomon secretaryof am.; Church School, 9:30: a.m.; Irons who took us on a "Cook'sTour"
the Baha'l of Miami
[Affairs. Mrs.; Williams holds CALVARY BAPTIST Assembly Solemn High Mass and Sermon of their experiences at \
will speak the Baha'l Center
at with procession, 10:45: a.m. Jr. JESCA's homemaking classes! ; i I
in civic or.
[[fanizatlons.membership She many is president of Rev E. M. Thomas, pastor 127: NW 11th Ave., 8 p.m. Sun. and Sr. EYC I 5 p.m. the youth as the foliage, ant: the

Bella Sigma Theta andember Phyllis Myers reporter diy May 27 Her subject will be The Sacrament of Holy Con. gardener as. JESCA's hand
[ Sorority "
"II1u -prJnt for Happiness Tho flrmatlon and sermon at 7 p.m. working staff, headed by our
of
Mt.
Calvary Baptist: Sunday mornings a visiting public I is cordially invited to at. The Rt, nevI Henry I, Louttlt, tireless Olive Alexander, the tx.
urch of Pompano. olin"ter, Rer, MeO rift!, spokeon undo. Phone secretary, FR 1.6420 bishop of the diocese of South ecutive director. !

., .... ... "The Rejults of a. DivineTouch" for further Information. Florida will confirm 47 candidates Members of Booker T. WashIngton !
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', and preach the eerraon. High School' trio gave
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I Sunday at 3 p.m. the No. 1 'I
The public is Invited several fine renditions Includingthe .
holi celebrated its 26th annU BETHTEL BAPTIST appropriate song, "Trees."

rary. The program was a Richmond Heights With all this reference to the

big Jerful success and they had a won Rev L. R. Ross,. putor ST. PAUL AME CHURCH woody plant. I was sort of ev.pecting .
anniversary.
an announcement of the
Bettye Melton reporterOn Rev, Martin, our guest minister .
Sunday, May 27, our Junior
'
Sunday, May 27 we will openJg of a branch office. (Well,
hurch will have Its annlver. from Ocala brought us a very
what do from
expect the
observe our Homecoming Day you
w a;; 1rMRS. wry program at 3:30. Anyone A spiritually enlightened ,pro. timely message Sunday morning. sap of the family tree)
3 welcome to come to the Everyone was happy to see him.
pro.
gram !I. anticipated this day. Seriously, it was an exhlllrat-
to help make It The pastor and congregation
rram a success
lug experience. Those
There will of who
be sermons deliveredby you
observed house at fu.
Sis. Brootos .Is Btlll recovering open our
have not .
as yet participated in
a dynamic and well informedman
ture church at 19th and
From her lllnes. ave.
recent Everyone
the much.needed work and fellowship .
of the Gospel.
Is praying for her that she may Slat terr., Sunday at 3 pm JESCA U offering
Climaxing the program there Everyone was enthusod. aremll.llng
have compete recovery and will very
out on a good thing.
will be our gigantic fund rail. The members
turned out 1n
p soon be back with us.
Your .
participation will be of
I ing campaign. We hope it will be large numbers. Later In the
as successful as It bas been In evening the pastor met and. spoke great value to yourselves and

Church of The Open Door the previous years. Wa are so. briefly with the joint stewardess the community in which you
the live. JESCA I is an agency of the
Belting presence of all. board.
Rev H. C. McDowell, pastor' Monday night the pastor and United Fund where united fun
A. E. McNeal, reporter congregation Is enjoyed by all.
/ worshipped with
Sunday, May 27 will mark the METROPOLITAN A. M. E. Rev. Shtpp and his congregation Come in and find out what we
observance of the 45th anniversary who "pitch In" at JESCA have
at New
Mt. Morlah
,: .It' of our pastor's ordination to Rev. J. J. Williams, pastor Church Baptist learned. You, too, will have tfa.
.' In behalf of Womaa'j
I the Christian mlnUtry. Special I 0. W. Ruren, reporter I Day, wonderful experience which en.

music Is being prepared to high. The second Quarterly confer Please visit the sick and shut able us to rise above the drudg.;
JULIA A. SMITH light the services. lIe hopes to once for Metropolitan AME in. You ery of every day life by working
are always welcome to
Evening Speak/ share with us a few lessons Church ended Friday night with visit any and all of our service together for a better community
learned during this long period. our presiding elder, Rev. F. A. Detter communities make better

The evening speaker will be : Your will indicate Allen delivering a wonderful -................-..-...........- cities, better cities maKe
Mrs. Julia Smith, daughter of continued presence Interest. your message. We were honored better countries, and better

Mrs. Oussle Richardson and the Saturday from 8 am. to 12 I again at Sunday School by t h' e ANDREWS' JEWELERS counrles, will make better

late Rev. Edward Richardson. noon. tb r .Layout's Fellowshipwill .presence of our presiding elder KXPKIIT WATCH AND world the one we are seek.

She Is a. member of the Adult barf a glorified 'Lawn Party and his lovely wife. Our moroegworship CLOCK IIEPAIR8 tag and praying for.
Choir director of the Junior 1 service was enhancedby
: with lawn mowers and kindred
Church and Sunday Schoolteacher our honored guest who de. 40 Yean In Busmen
mpllments to spread a ton of
of Zion Hill. fert'liter! trim trees and other livered a thought provoking" me,. All work guaranteedFP Watch this dale
Mrs. Smith is the mother of sage on "Christianity. Visitorsat
two children and is obstetrical yard ,duties. All laymen are urg. our church for this service 34)152 Sunday, July 29th

nurse of Mt. Sinai Hospital have ed to beautiful be there grounds.and help us to Included the Idle Hour Art and 303 N.W. 2nd Ave. Atlas Lodge and TempleElk

For of great. splrltu&lenl'ghtment Social Club, of which Mrs. Geor. 1.. n.r ... r .r1.,.- '
a day Wo. Circle II Is perfecting plans for gin Rollins Is president. ,.......................-.............- Day
attend our
the observance of the Third An.
man's. Day services. We extendour niversary of the present pastorate A delicious reput was servedIn

deep appreciation and welcome .All members and friendsare the church's annex for all "Living Service for the Living"
visitors and friends.A .
those visitors and friends
asked to participate. It is ------
who will come and help make Calendar Tea was held at
scheduled for June 16 r-----
Saturday
this day a success. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mil. ji:
grounds. Last we had a
on year i
Mrs. Quisle Richardson 1.c.bal.rma.n Is ton Clayton, Sunday afternoon.
glorious family picnic. During the evening service a ?R I
; Mrs.. Hester ,JLlrlng- !
ston, co-chairman and Her. Jas. group of singers from Bebrlng I
Pickett pastor sited with us.
GRACE PRESBYTERIANWe
Do come to visit our church
grateful to the Metropolitan
are at Metropolitan the doors are
AME Church, Rer. J. J.
MT. CARMEL M. BAPTIST always open.
for the fine
Williams, pastor,
Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor devotional service they brought to

Mrs. Christine Cherry, reporter Grace last Wednesday Bight CORINTH BAPTIST
"Men Ought to Always Pray" Rev. Williams brought a fine .ro
and not to faint.." Sunday will message to us and the choir was 14SO NW CSta Street

close out our annual Men' Day also Inspiring. Rev. W. T. Thomas pastor

drive and. we are asking all of We are looking forward eag. B'*. A. L. Marshall, reporter
our friends to come out and erly to Women' Day this. Boa. The public la lavlted to attend re Oscar U\Kange\lFiineral'\ \; Home

Jon our men in their closing day. Mrs. Mamie Gill will be the the 3rd annual Woman's Day

drive. morning speaker, and in the celebration Sunday, Kay :17. M. Athalle Range, Owner N. Patrick Range Mgr.
Tuesday night is our prayer afternoon at 4 o'clock we will Theme: "0, Woman Great U
5727 N.W. 17th Avenue
meeting night and we are asking have the program entitled "Eats Thy Faith.
all meet Extraordinaire." There will be fils. A. L' Marshall Is chairman .
to come out to prayer OX 1-0131 OX 1-4343
ing. Remember the sick and no evening service this Sunday ; Sis. R. B. NelMB, eo.

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14th St., died in.Jackson Hospital '. '1 ':''

PAGE 12 SATURDAY. MAY 26, ((1962 DEATHS May 19 Monday Services'11 will. a.m.be'in,conducted the-,, v. .... .'

chapel. He is survived by two n
Miss Bertha Mae and .BRO .v
-- daughters. r,

I Albert. Mrs.view'Ruby in the Johnson., chapel' 'HaYttll from' Sunday be on 'cuji: i. '-' ,
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CARDS .- MEMORIALSU'I !% : MRS. MARY SMALL\ Of 932 N.W. afternoon. .' yA .

1st Ave,,died in Jackson Memorial 4flRS. ETllElr"JOHNSON, who resided NEWS ?
Hospital May 18. Her survivors include at 1370 N W: 61st St. and s
her husband, Herman. Ser who died in Jacks' Memorial Hospital -
\ IN I MEMORIAMIn GARD OF THANKSThe vices will be conducted Friday. 4 May 22, will be funeralized -' II J ,

'I Family of the Late p.m. in the chapel with burial in daturday at 2 ,p.M. at, New Mt. $ .-
Loving Memory of Our
' Dy WAIll'E to no ViD
L.
A.
Son and Brother EBENEZER E. HAMILTONwho Evergreen. Moriah Baptist' Church, Rev.
I died May 6, 1962 .r Shipp, pastor. Her survivors are
;akes this method of expressingur mother, Mrs, 'Henrietta Smith; The Carver Ranches Fire Department
thanks and appreciation to our (IN MEMORIAMfor !: Jiree sisters, and four brothers is planning Its annual
nany friends and neighbors who She will be in.repose in the,chapel' ttn .o.fin't-

/vere so kind during our hours ofereavement. the Late /rpnv Friday afternoon. ,;, ball) on June 7 at the Paradise

) We thank you for : s ,ic. l' Club ,tftlln Liberia! featuring
: ,our cards, letters, telegrams, flo- Ha"nge'', a.1? '!L, n II r'1 yR al pieces, cars and other kind : wood.pd his Mannish Boys

r ;estures of sympathy. Our special LEWIS HENRY .GREENE' Jr.: of, ,. 'adlb.The,
hanks to Rev Ernest Williams,
4324 N.W.aiUvAyeJttted-toay 20 of Commerce of
Chamber
.tev. J. J. Rolle, Rev. Thomas Tay- "
at his residence. lie"Is survived
Mon
Carver Ranches will meet
1a ,or and No. One Choir and various .)y his wife, Annie; three sons, day night, May 28 at 830. All
x ther organizations and officers
e
3 Lewis and Anthony, and Willie J.
1 nd members of New Bethel Bap. ,rwxr z zyp Jalsom; ''one 'daughter, *Mrs. Aim members, are asked .to, be pres
ist Church and Frances Funeral eat
Darby; a sister* 'Mrs.' Mable .
lome. May the Lord's richest .iolmes; a brother,' Samuel; two
p Blessings rest upon each of you. jaughters-in-law, one son-in-law, Howard 'Kid.Sewell of 641 SW
THE FAMILY, and ,hree nieces and three grandchild- 21st St., left for Philadelphiaby
# MRS. SADIE GREEN, ,'en, Remains were sent to Winter Northeastern Air Lines Tues.
L ; Dearest Sister. .faven, Fla. Thursday for final day, May 22 to attend the fun
rites and burial. eral of his father, Robert L.
CARD OF THANKSThe Sewell who died last week. Ser.vires .
-HIS. ROSA ESTELLA GAINES, were held May 24.
Family of the Late jf 8875 S.W. 128th St., South

v jfiami,' died May 22 at her resiuence. The beautician of W e B t

I'<'(.J(>.' _.__,,_ wrw t I .lusband. She Thomas is survived three by her Hollywood and Hallandale attended' .
; daughters,
the convention in Sararota
CONLEY WILLIAMS .
.rfesdames Kate Hillman, Ruby
who departed this life May 25, 1955 a Johnson, and. Ethel Griffin; six from May 20.24. Those at.

THE FAMILY. a a sons, Tom,. Robert, Fred, Frank, tending were Mrs. Eleanor V.
J Bowe, proprietor of Eleanor'sSalon'
Carlton and Willie; a granddaughter. -
,
of Beauty and Mrs. Mildred
IN MEMORIAM Kate: Tate; 23other; ,, grandchildren ;
f eight, great grandchildren ,, ,James, manager; Mrs.
: In Sad but Loving Memory cf) BESSIE DAVIS tIt ,. five daughters-in-law: two Juanlta Lamar, Mrs. Harry Lee
My Dear Godmother seems to have been just yes'terday sons-in-law and one sister-in-law. Edward, all of. West Holly
GEORGIANA VALDES I Funeral services will be held Saturday wood, and Miss Leteria Brown
who passed away May 22, 1961 'f', When God saw fit to take you i! May, 26,*.4 p.m, Mt. Olive of Hallandale.
and her ,Husband : ; Baptist Church, South Miami, Rev. _
I MANUEL VALDES The peasant memories of you wall jA.. Harrington officiating. Interment Woman's will observedat
,6 who passed away April 23, 1961 ; t6s\ linger on, will be in Paradise Memorial : New Macedonia! Baptist
They are sadly missed. May they Since it's true that you've really Cemetery. Mrs. Gaines will Church 2201 S.W. 48th ave.,
rest in peace. gone."Sleep. be in repose at the Church Satur
West Hollywood on Sunday,
MRS.Godchild ANNA; DELAVOE, \4 ,) rest, on our love and take your Jay morning at B a.m. May 27. Mrs. Aaron Lamar has

MRS. ELLEN SANCIIER; We'll always love you, but God MRS. LULA L. GIBSON, the wifeof been chosen for the morning
THE VALDES FAMILY. 'fI 4.e\\! loves you best. Father Theodore R. Gibson, of speaker. At 3 ,p.m.. a panel dis.
t IIOSEA DAVIS, Husband; 3401 Williams Ave, Coconut Grove, cusfllon will be the feature and
: CARD OF THANKSThe : JOHN H. DAVIS, Son: passed :May '23 at Mt. Sinai Hos- at 7 p.m. Mrs. Lee of Attucks
H.'k'$ 'VM1e ; ESTHER D. WALTHOUR, pital. Mrs. Gibson is also survivedby High School will be the speaker.
t: family of the Late Daughter; and the entire. ,. her .son, Theodore II; her Everyone is invited. Mr*. Maud
I _r -1 FAMILY, mother Mrs. Delia Lofton of Kin- James, chairman; Mrs. M. Mike,
I .ton, N. c*; a !)brother. William A. co-chairman; Revs N.- H. Phil.
IN MEMORIAM Lofton and her grandmother.. Requiem i lips, ,pastor.
.f +tt h ro d a Mass for Mrs. Gibson will
9' + In Sad but Loving Memory of' be celebrated Saturday, May 28, The YWCA f B ward Coun.

Our Dear Son and BrotherKENNETH 9 a.m., ,.Christ Episcopal Church, ty wishes to announce Its con.

....", .. ".". .!z... !'!lI ".. 3 Coconut Celebrant.Grove, Father Austin tlnuatlon with two different

g4 be in Evergreen!; en Memorial Interment Ceme will chapters.The .
IN'' n yaan main chapter was organized
tery. The family requests that in
= j lieu of flowers, monetary donations a year ago In Hallandaje, and
be made either to the churchor now branching off to separate
the family. These contributions communities. The West Holly
will be turned over to the Cancer wood chapter has been organized

MRS. LORLIE BELL SCOTT Research Society. If flowers must and the Y-Teens are doing well
who died May 5th I be sent, please send' them to the under the supervision of Miss
and was funeralized May 11th Altar Guild of Christ Episcopal Janie Holloway of 5601 SW 15th
it New Providence M. B. Church, Church. ; I| St. Membership Is open to girls
end buried May 13th at Americus, S 12 years and over.
aI Ga., takes this method of expressng ROBERT FULLARD.of 1964 N.W,
'
5th4 Pl., died May 20 at his real.
thanks and appreciation to the The
"!, dence. lie is survived by his wife Charity. Ladies Club cele.
nany friends and neighbors who brated Us first
; $ Here so kind during our hour of Addie; four sons James, Northern, May 3. Worship anniversary services on
1 bereavement. Walter and Willis; five daughters were
held at Greater
St.
Luke
Baptist
Mesdames Annie Pearl Green
AMOS SCOTT RIGGINS, ,
I CLIFFORD SCOTT RIGGINS, Freddie .Lee, Felton, Rutha Mae Church.. ,We enjoyed an Int re.t.
.,, Ing .programwith" Mrs. B. Rah.
Oliphant Mary Frances Fann and
""JIA ; mint, Dan la, as gueat'ePeaker.
ANTHONY E. ROLLE GEORGIA LEE HOWARD, Shirley; a sister, Artlsimus Yan- Unity' .
this life and three brother Remains was the subject of the
who departed MARY ALICE BRANNA, cey; '
t; I April 27, 1962 LOUISE SCOTT, were sent to Wrens,' Georgia, evening and many fine ,points
wish to take this opportunity to EDDIE MAE SCOTT, Thursday for final rite and burial. were er. Refreshments,brought out' by our speak
sincere were served at
l thank and to express our
Daughters; BYRON TRESVANT fcf 14260 the close .of program
a, to all our many
appreciation
JOHNNIE MAE CHAMPION, N.W. 21st Ct, 10-year-old son ofMr. We wWi to thank the pastor,
v friends and well wishers who were ----- ..
'r'so\ kind and considerate during Aunt. O. HAMILTON and Mrs. Albert Tresvant ofOpalocks I He,. E. King, choir congrega
at the Na. lion and visitors for making our
hour of bereavement. Special
i hour thanks to Mr. C. Wyche Principal IN MEMORIAM Who departed this life tional Inst. Hospital Washing anniversary successful.
May 21, 1959
ton, D.C. He" is also survived
'of North Dade Senior High School, In Loving Memory of Our There is an emptiness within four sisters, two> brothers two.by 9jRe '

J Music. McCall Department, Classmates, Director of 9-7 and Mr. v Dear., ,..Father...r+. our'ill. hearts Earth, which hath no only sorrow God,that can Wilkinson grandparents* iXA Mr. and Mrs George Estate
North Dade High School tw6'great' grand-
8.9, the
\ leaven cannot share. Brokers
4 family, mothers. Services will be held ; to MeetThe
Sadly missed by Saturday, May 25 1 First
t We thank you for your cars, MRS.. AURELIA 11. ADAMS,, Baptist Church 'of Opa-locka' p.m., with Board and Dade Auxiliary County Real will Estate meet
flowers, cards, telegrams, letters, Mother; Rev. Macon officiating.)
donations, food, and all other ges- MR. RALPH HUMES, Brother; Sunday, May 27 at the 'residence
tures of sympathy. A very special MR. KIRKWOOD FLOWERS Francis of J. A. Summons, 1899 NW
thanks to Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor of i Uncle: 83rd St., 4 o'clock p.m

:'; Mt. Hermon A.M.E. for the untie MR. CORNELIUS FLOWERS. f
MRS WiWCIITA'FOREESSHAWof
4 ing service, Rev. W Macon, Pastorof WEEKEND SPECIAL
{ MR.PTIMOTHEUS -15920 "N.W17th X In
First Baptist Church, House of FLOWERS'; Opa- Barnes Beauty Box
locks: died at Jackson Memorial
: Albert for its kind, ''courteous'findvery Uncle Hospital Reduction, all hairdosand
incomingand on May 20. Funeral services on
+, I: outgoing efficient servicethe mall departments of CARD OF THANKSWe will be held at 'Mt Ollivette scalp treatment

Annex Bikur Cholim Baptist Church on Saturday, May 1707 N.
W. 5&th St.
Biscayne '
Convalescent Home, to Classmates the. Family of the Late 26, at 2:30: p.m. with Rev. I. C.".
at Nursing School, to Mr. R. Fer- MR. W. C. COLE Mickens pastor, officiating. Re- Phone OX 1.2073
president of Young People E sn wish to express our sincere appre- mains will lie in state at her home Mrs; K. Hodges
guson Church of God, neighbors of 158t lation to the many neighbors ofV.W. beginning 8 p.ra. on Friday until Hours 9 until 9
t a.m.
St. and all the many wonderful 5th Ct.. 5th Ave., and 5th Pl., funeral time Saturday afternoon. p.m.
\ I r friends j and neighbors of 157th and 'or their floral pieces and for Survivors husband.
159lh Sts., and 2400 block of 151st 'cindness shown during our hoursf Leon; adopted daughter, Pamela
I; r Opa-locka. May the Lord' > bereavement Green; three sisters*including: Mrs. LAVY WILLIAMS daughter of
;". St-1 blessing rest each of k MRS MAUDE COLE, Wife; Flora Bella Green, )Irs. Virginia Mr., aad Mrs. Reggie Williams of
richest upon
and THE FAMILY. Wilson and' Mrs. Helen Smith; two 1330 N.W. 2nd Ct. Apt :5. died at
yOU* brothers Cecil and William and Jackson Memorial'lIospita on May
THE FAMILY "" 0" r........... IN MEMORIAM six aunts.ANDREW. 17. Funeral services were held at
HENRY ROLLE Francis Funeral Home Chapel on
'IN, MEMORIAM I who passed May 25, 1961 In Memory of L SMITH of 180 N.W. Tuesday May 22, at 11 a.m.; with
7th St. Apt. 20, did at his homeon
al! MR. ANTHONY WHITE Rev. Turner officiating.
of God when the footsteps
sees
but Loving Memory
,In"Sad ,vho departed this life'May 27, 19M May 15.: Funeral arrangementsat'
Our Beloved One falter memories this time are incomplete. Survivors BABY BOY YOUNG died at Jack-
loving
has too Sleep on, your
the pathway grown
When
GERALD CHARLES MINGO'
include Memorial Hospital on May 13.
in hearts his mother, Mrs. son
still linger our ; may you
who. departed this life May 21 1958 steep; Hattie Smith of Key West niece, Graveside services were held on
> rest in peace.: ;
** xtt West Florida Then he touches the weary eyelidsAnd -
Key LULA WHITE Wife; and Mrs. Vera Smith, and cousin, Mrs. May 22. Survivors include his
dear sleep.
his ones
--Sadly missed by gives Calmetha Jones. parents.THE .
CHILDREN.
THE FAMILY. THE ROLLE FAMILY.

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FOR SALE 704 N.Wt 45th STREET. Drive by, THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA :;
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then me.<- 2 bedroom CBS
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very nice Total $12,500, $400.00duwn I SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1962 PAGE 13 ,
ClassifieL. MUST SELL nib 2-2-bedroom horrid, < only $75.00 month pays all
living room, dining rooni, JUtcHert, Ben-Kori,,Realtor, 2644 N.W. 62ndSt. iq iqFURNITURE
.., Nltes PL 9-5533, Days OX 1.9372SOUTH' 1467 N.W. list STREET. See to- HELP WANTED
T bath, front aid:back, porcfl# -_ &5J( Canvassers, Solicitors
Nice droom CBS. Total .
(
ay. ?-
down. Cor.47th St and N.W: 23rdAve. '
$10,01)0 and Salesmen, commission. :
) only $300.00 down $75.00
FOB ; Phone NE' 54940. Apply In person. Atlantic Furniture I)
,.t month_pays ,all Bjn-Kori, Realtor,
'b' I QII A j ,to'' 785 tf.W. jiM(&ifJET. See to-, 2644 N.W. ,62nd SWhites PL Go.:* J233 N.W. 3rd Ave. I II
,1\\ .A." liD. day, Beautiful,,3-bedropni CBS, r 9.5533, Days"OX I937T "
.
till r .reek. 11 tIJ 1enikl ... CHEAPER MONEY ? ,1
.JtgRcy.,7h Tj..29it n t. closets Florida... 1954 CADILLAC.' $300 cash. New
nly$455big dokwn i
Not at the Sat.eJ1Ite.VJU. live t
..ROQM:,Cottages, water't garage*). motor, nw saint 'job. Inquire at
: $'0 'tefek, 669 jitf: ',8 I fit. Ben-Kori... Realtor.i644 NW. 62nd udy'. T.V Center 6801 N.W. 151.h music every mite, our prices are
R 7. 802.. tr St. Nltes PL. ,94533, Days OX Avg- or call OX 1-6821, OX 1-2811 the lowest in town. Your moneylaatM
our
1-9372. J". longer when yon enjoy:
OX \
E.'_PJCARD OF 69TH .StREEt or $.1. futiiKMikroric room. Have a ball v
Rentil.AgenC1 1449 N.wi 42nd STREET. Corner Mo. and save some money.SATELLITE ,
down $75
Nice, dean frame. $495 "
Rental collections;, property : $8,500 total ,
management,, real eatata : $400 cash down', $65 month no, Completely furnished large? iimest'Ads: Pay Off! C222 NW 7th LOUNGE Ave. ..1
"' qualifying 'Move right in. Edison :.
,
[ 569 NW 8th St. PR 7-2902 2-bedroom. Beautiful lot.
Realty 17bNW. 62nd Street.,J iPh. .
1 BEDROOM furnished apt. All PL 12441. No qualifying, no closing, 1
utilities. Downtown area $11. I'' costs. Move right in. .
NE, 4.0600. tad 1459 tt.W: 41t STREET. See to-' I d"tFOR ;
day Very nice 2-bedroom CBS.
OPA ,LOCKA area. 1 bedroom I Total $10,200, only $350.00 down. No QualifyingNo i SALE
newly decorated unfinishedii6. $7400 month pays ,all. Nltcs'PL:
Furnished $21. 2 "bedroom 9-5533: Days OX 19372. Closing Costs
unfurn. $18, turn. 2 bedroom;: '$995 down I
NK 4.0500 'o Indf, 4801;KMUh, ?AVENUE.; Corner. 7 UNIT APARTMENTIN
CBS, 2 bedrooms, full dining room :Custom built 3-bedroom.

1 NEWLY Kcftovated furnished Or, Fla. room, carporte. .sprinkler sys CBS., screened porch, oak I
unfurnished In tem. .2 air eonditloners.M5a .
apt* the Ova aAVmnfi. "'.
Locka area near church, nchool down. "HAt'{ 'no closing and shopping center. Call Mick Edison Realty, 178 N.W. 62nd St. This must be seen.
ins Rental 'ftttet. NB! ,4.0(00. PL 1-2441 I !
Building consists of 15 bedrooms
11141 1915' tf.W. 43rd STlLE'r. Drive I. NO CLOSING COSTS

LOVELY houses $19, $20 and $22 by. Nice CBS. !'; qualify. $395 down $75 Mo. 7 living 7 kitchens 8 baths
rooms, ,
perWeelc.. Will sell 1 to high class ing, you nay-MM a month, $500
people, $30 dafi, Baldrtfe Weekly ri own. A. :flen-Kqri t ; Realtor. 2644 Very nice ,:3-bedroom CBS,
,Knd.sL, Nites PL 1HJ'533, 1 motel room-on 2 lots
Can nay the ,town payment week Day ;. Pfofida room, large lot,
OX 8 .
u3.BEDROOi4
NE W568.
ly. :
Hardwood''' floors, close to II !
AIR COOLED ,,piiitoridh. including Price f"rn. tot 7.OOQ 7th Ave. Good Income Property
square1 feet. about $5,00000.:
lights, j e, etc.
,
Available for church use .Call 789 N.W. 45th. TREET' See to. Income Averages $485 per Month
UX -0231. ndf. 'fo We} have to choose
\r-bedroom.2-bath; for many
DUPLEX, 1 and 2bedfoofflr, ; ; lisd ,daY'biB1 C ht11Y. Total $1.2.000, only from. Call or visit Owner selling only because of bad health
1 bedroom house and $40000 <|own. A.bATKain BenKori
; light water 283 NW 79th St.
furnished $1850 and tlt.I Realtor': ,2! 4 N.W.,82pOL Located at 2219.2223 Forrest Street'
PL 78466Everlena's
2260,N.W. 84th St. $1J.50tW. I Nites--- ..PL g-3c.DIys\ OX 1-M72., Hollywood, FloridaPRICE

BUSINESS BLDG.. and lot Well
built. Deeds, abstract all clear, it
i Is now renting.. 6530 N.W. 18th $30,700 $2,700 DOWN
Ave Call A. KeUrl' Ph. OX 10547.A .
Cafe
Balance Easy Terms
house on
3 BEDROOM $22 a week.

for 1331 Bessie.N.W. 75th St. PL 92214. Ask For information write C Collie, 2222 Atlanta, St.

215 N.W. 8th Street
Fla. WA 27244FINEST
BEAUTIFUL furnished apartment. Hollywood, ,

No Large children.rooms,1323 quiet N.W., shady 58th lawn.Ter. The, Home of Soul Food"NOW

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,, AND 2 bedrooms furn. cottages. l l Q
.t UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Free utilities. 7648 N.W. 17th PL
III 3-3324 or MO 55004. ,
SELECTION IN MIAMI
cookins'
FURNISHED one bedroom apart.' 4i ',. Specializing. In home .
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I.. ment, couple near Gnndway. 1225 fc I': I 0 ( and .
Government Inspected Approved"LOVELY "
I N.W 56th St. 757-8228. Same 'cook, Same taste same' prices

..APARTMENT, quiet residential We cater to church groups and club organizationsOpen cy
neighborhood. Two bedrooms, living : =i
, room kitchen and bath, stove; 6 a.m. till '12 mtdnlte 7 days Sp Sp.Or ?.? ;r d; h
) refrigerator ,and ,water furnished. Down '"'," *

,,.N14-3259., vBEAUTIFULLY' You may order before you come"'for1 take out service Low, .Low. II e .. )1{

furn. ''large ei. E2ERMS1 LESS THAN RENT
fldency, exclusive neighborhood.: ':FK 9-9248 Always; ,3 vegetable l wifti yourorder"TRY I

References required no children, ,
no PL a757d, -0---
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LARQfi Ideal store for barbers II
a
:ho shoe uhlne p ttrf, etc. .at I I ,W$ fcttaraiitee pr&triptj t cftirlebui servlc I 1094 N.W. 41st Street
'Crove Pool RftonV Bdof DOUsta .

Rd., CdcenUt\ Ut0 rye,. 1155 month. ;._ _'C,, 0' _. .. .. _1...",,- 0 '
Good location) and business,year '. I Huge :3-bedroom on large' corner. 2 garages. Lovely
V nd.. Hi 4-9614 or HI 6-9471.
flowers and lawn. Beautiful large living room. No

LOVELY room apartment.corner duplex 796 N.W.pne'52ndSt. bed NO QUALIFYING ,qualifying. Owner holds lit mortgage at 6 per cent

Nicely furnish! Adults, no I $85 month. No waiting, move right in.
dogs. $2200 .ae0 iIy.. phone 757- 1054 NW 41st Street

W19 t) l\ds.after 3:30: pm. or anytime I I : 4-BEDROOM la. BATH, CBS 4220 N.W. 11th Ave.

ROOMS, Hills Rooming House,1 ('Lovely Mansion Type Home, exquisitely decorated, Show place of the area. A bargain for $13,500 for

1009h N.W. 2nd Ave. FR 94859,I r perfect for large family, or doctor.' may be handled the particular buyer. Huge rooms. Garage
400427 N.W. 22nd Ter., 928 N.W with modest down payment
47th St. Phone PL 18361. Cook
ing privileges. Mrs. Isabel Hill, 2-BEDROOMS -- CHECK 1310 NW 42nd StreetBy

Prop. 719 NW 49th Street
the bargain of the day Clean, neat home
far
FURNISHED
1-bedroom apart. CBS tile roof, carporte, ,city sewer, anyone can buy.Onl$6oo .
ment. Kitchen and bath, hot and No costs. for only $9,200. $300 down. Mutt see!II l
down; closing
cold water. Ph. NE 4-3259 week '" "
days 4 to 6 p.m. Sat. and Sun. T'CUSTOM! BUILT CBS
0 to 6 p.m.PRIVATE. !% MAWQR.PARK'S' BIGGEST AND BEST 1475 N.W. 53rd StreetBest

:'HOME 2 bedrooms furnished no or kids unfurnished 841 NW 47th Terrace deal in town. CBS duplex, 2-bedrooms, one side,

:Ph. OX; 1-3703, 2980 N.W. Wttj.St '"Only. $450 down for this beauty. One FHA mortgage 2 stoves and 2 refrigerators. $400 down $70 per

MODERN furnished ,room with Open Saturday and Sunday afternoon. month. Live for nothing. No closing costs.
kitchen privileges in a clean, quiet
:place Call OX 14864. 4941 NW 15th AvenUe

BEDROOM APT. newly painted. Full one-third acre with lovely modern CBS home- 1112 N.W. 77th Street

Built.in oven and range, free gas Only,$400 down. See Saturday or Sunday.
:and water. 3130 N.W. :56th St Huge CBS duplex, 2-bedrooms and porch each side.
:$18 per week. III 8-1119. LATE SPECAL
Lovely landzcaping. Large rear patio. Many fruit
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SMALL EFFICIENCY private 4432 NW llth Place
'bath and entrance. iior water trees. $700 down and! live rent free.
utilities. $16 per week.i Adults. 3-bedroom corner with huge Florida room. Only

5552 N.W. 9th Ave. PL'1-8842. $350 down. Don't miss seeing this. o

NICE"large furnished rooms with
cooking privileges for couples or
single upstairs or downstairs. Federal Mortgage Co. '

Ave.$12.50 PL per 1-0584.week. 7125 N.W. 13th NEWS REALTYThe


ROOM in private. home. Kitchen, 5909.N.W. 2nd Ave. PL 4-2605
privileges. Ph. ,OX 6-3103' or
X59.44771Iarrls.., ( Broker That Works For You)

WANTED PL 8-6261 4600 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655


GOOD second hand barbells sad Member. Chamber, of Commerce Pledged to' EthicalBus&ie (Open Sunday)
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Write to Miss Joan Bullard,

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Baby ContestThe 1

Maj. Susan F. Harris, USAFR Phyllis Wheatley
I was guest of honor at an Intl.
mate, informal party given by Social Club terminated
her foster mother Mrs. Annie Contest at the home of
Edwards and her foster elaters dred Monroe. 1464
:Mesdames Annette McNeal and I Monday night. May 14.
Hazel Wright.; The occasion wan'
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"'- Onty
Miss JIarrls' recent'' graduation, The winners were: \* ouo
from the Flight Nurse Course, len grandson of Mae .tot
School of Aerospace Medicin, first prize' of ItS and : \l ."' J Dlt.r*
Brooks 'Air Force Base Texas lyn Wimbney won the roaft
I The affair was held at the home prize. Baby Allen was close
of Principal and Mr*. Wright On' $*. It.
by Mrs. Eunice ... ca>.
14th are Baby Wimbney by Mrs.prealdent'r' II'......
cotta,
The guest of honor who Is Love. nlddtn
Chief Nurse of the 37th Aero The club wishes to ..Hlghar
Sometimes I feel like going in. one sent me a star (my wife, medical Evaluation Squadron parents of the Iud or
to "Orbit" to be with most of my Marjorie) heavenly light which stationed at the Miami International their untiring work and M.I.
friends who helped to find Airport, told the to our
are flyJng high out me my way group bers and friends who maps
in epace. Maybe I will orbit yet Earthbound! As I experienced about her experience at the success. ." mall
but if I do, you can be eure that difficulties In falling and suffered school, !Showed snapshots of the prtfaf.. ,
I'll be wearing a helmet and embarrassment my star various activities and also Refreshments were to tt
carrying that's: right extra (wife) stayed with me. As I fellI brought the plaque presented by the members and
ones you know too much lost sixteen tons and what did Washington Junior College, Pen. came out to participate
fresh air can make one sick. I get, another day older, less sacola. Miss Harris was speaker event. .
"Orbt"! ? ? ? Why not? I think worries, no frets. Now with hope, at the Annual Convocation of
it's a grand idea. For the love faith and love, I stand looking the Health and Physical Education Next meeting will be
of you cousins.: I am launching forward (to my wife) darling. f Department of the college. at the home of Mrs. A.,
a satellite equipped with plentyof you changed my life and my on 57th st. "
paper, tnany writing pens a way of living and all of my life! ,
bit of experience, topped off witha HI be loving you always. Drive Carefully! Mrs. W. B. Spark
little crumon sense.Who's Thanks to you I landed safely.
I am yours! forever. Back to my ..
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the new in ? .. -
man
space -ousins like I was saying to you
Me of course, yours truly, A. W. ,pace Man" If you find yourself
Cooke or simply your boy COU gaining; weight, like sixteen
SIN. What's the name of the 'ons and what do you get an. Are You Ready For
space vehicle? "Cousins" under other day older and deeper in
the Skin to be written and published lebt. :Man, (whether) you know
in your relative newspaper 't or not you're in "orbit" whichs Your Dream Home?
the Miami Times. Why go in or. '. alright providing you have a
bit? To carry helmets for my 'lelmet. Do you have a helmet
cousins who are way out In space TIey watch out for thoc meter. THEN CALLConstruction
1 flying without them showing orites, stars, plantts .mnd crazy
'/ them if possible how to become 'lying satellites, or you'll collide
earthbound, and avoiding, col. -crash! Earthbound contact.
Jisioa of course.: Dang. Yes. cousin is back. If you D & B Co.PHONE j
From where did you derive have read any of this you're sick .
creditability to do the Job? Man, -yes mad, crazy, .but since
like-I've been way out in space birds of a feather flock to.
myself, flying bigh: in the cool ether you will continue to read Inc.
breeze without 4 helmet, digging COUSIN.:
the set, enj&ying the scenes,
weJgMI sly drifting so in. AnnounceentRtoel H18.1119
toxicated by want and desire .
seem so blinded to be by UTOPIA what at that a glance I col. The| Rev.ewlwww Roscoe Jackson will Every house individually designed and built according

lided. I fell earthbound be guest speaker Sunday after. to desires and! need*
noon at 3 o'clock your
at Jordan
rapidly as I fell, I lost Quite
a few things like grove Missionary B apt I a t
radio and TV set a like hlgh.tI a lot, Church in behalf of the Willing D & H CONSTRUCTION ,CO., Int., does NOT build
of things that were ("me and Workers Club.
the Man's) including a great Rev C. H. Smith, pastor ptOjecthomes.
deal of credit. As I lost this Sis. Ella M. Coleman, Sec'y.. '
Inc.
weight In falling the better I D & H CONSTRUCTION CO., builds only

s'ower felt the I lighter approached I get .earth.. the SEE THE WORLD'S DELUXE CUSTOM ,BUILT homes and can build youa

Somewhere, somehow, out of GREAT SPIRITUAL three bedroom house on your lot even if it is only
nowhere appeared a bit of hope AND PSYCHIC READER
an idea a thing of joy BISHOP forty fet wide.
Utopia, man-like I ,grabbed HUNTER
hold of a star-we fell toward ff you are sick or'worried, don't ALL D & H HOMES CONTAIN THE FOLLOWING
earth still, but this time slower fail to see me today. Office boon
--seaward. We missed land by lally I p.m. to 0 p.m. Thursday FEATURES WHETHER THE PRICE IS $10,000 OR

in that a big much splash-yea Instead. thing of a ended bang t p.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday 11 nm. $20,000. TO ''OWN A D&H HOME IS TO HAVE

et'M! goir.g down this 'o 8 p.m. THE BEST.The .
.time there
was
no scorching sun READINGS
no stratosphere,
phere but rather a cool no atmos.reali '1.00 following) lilted features are contained In a O&H HOME*

zation a coming of age, an up o Factory built UlUhen Cabinet. in any w.W choose

the awakening surface and, I finally scuffled toward !5417 SW S Oak hardwood 6r terfazrt lI OPs With i Inlaid linoleum t ) m kitchen
!surfacedmy 17 St.
star and I, We saw a plank Large bedrioms with sliding d66r clfiseis '
(hope-an Idea a goal.) We WESTHOLLYWOOD 0 Cuban tile front porch Irt any-color l you choos )
clung to it, knowing that '' .
wheth. S Wrought Iron railing on front porch :, 'I.' :
er we sank ,
or swam with It, it ,, ,
was the beat we had. :Man, some Awning .Windows! 'set in Hut proof aluminum frames '
= FLA. PROF. litTNTKR S Tile formica sink and) drabhoard in large kitchens ,
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Ti/a both with bathroom fixture in color chosen by Owners,

Work In New .York 1 .S Telephone 23,000 B. Outlet T. U. Gas Heater installed / ,. J,,

Storage shed and wash room "

Maids, and Mother's Helpers, Cooks Carporte or' garage' (optional) :

S Large linen closet, large coat closet.-besides large bedroom closets
Housekeepers, Etc. Barrel or shingle tile roof (optional)

Interior house plastered1' and all rooms painted!, colors chosen
by Owners I

Excellent Live-in 'Positions, Year Round e. Exterior of house painted colors chosen by Owners
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S Overhang on roof to keep rain away from windows

p Private Homes Slump brick flower bins at front of house color of brick chosen
by Owners

TOP SALARIES O Circular walk from street to front entranceS

i .Concrete clothes poles with aluminum clothes lines-Garbidor set
l All Jobs Guaranteed in i(ground

,Venetian blinds--GIass shower' door 'enclosure-double compart
Free Medical! ment sink in kitchen

I NO DEPOSIT! WE FINANCE OUR FIRST MORTGAGES WITH FEDERAL BANKS

NO REGISTRATION! ONLY UBERAL TERMS

TRANSPORTATION ADVANCED! .

,, WE HAVE BEEN IN UBERTY CITY, COCONUT GROVE AND
I .. DROP IN PHONE OR WRITE. NO RED TAPE BROWN SUB BUILDING HOMES FOR'. COLORED FOR 15 YEARS


I CALL HI 8-1119 AND ASK FOR APPOINTMENTTear

WORLDWIDEEMPLOYMENT
I out this 'advertisement and'then check with


/ "r AGENCY Mr. Davidow of the D&H CONSTRUCTION CO., Inc. I


I 1307" N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 3-5755 I I III to see that we can give you all the terms listed above.THE I

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SCENES FROM THE MODERN THEATRE'S AMA and the audience; 2-Bobby with some of his children, ADULT PROGRAM

TEUR SHOW Pictured are a number of timely scene including Betty King, Hulda Knight, Udell Cox, Dolly
from one of the Thursday night Amateur Shows at the Wilcox and Jennifer Jones 3-This little twister goes TRAVEL CLUB

Modern Theatre, which has become the talk of the town. for herself; 4-Joe Hinton, vocalist with the Little Jun- WEST BROAD STREET
Y.M.C.A.
The well known Bobby Marshall, south Florida's ior Parker Band, gives his all for the kids; 5Bobby 714 West Broad Street

most veratile M.C. presents what he calls aj talent night Marfshall and Bobby Marchan and Betty Knight as she Savannah, Georgia

for the entertainment of children.!" A recent Thursday presents a centerpiece of flowers to Marchan; 6-Mar- Offers the following summer
that ..children lore the showas
night activities proved the chan and! dancersMrs.. Timmons, honored guest of tours for credit
well as their good friend, Bobby Marshall.
TOUR TO THE FAR WEST
the evening and her daughter, Veronica with Marhall; 8Marchan
In addition to' the ''young amateurs, Bobby also had', with Romer and Wesley of the famed! Inspirations AND OLD MEXICO
recently two well ,known profeuional entertainers, a.cue.ta 28 days, $265
show who also entertained the theatre full "turning on the heat".J Veronica and Sammy HUNCH leaving Jacksonville, F1a.
of the
i Timmons make with the twist; 10 Marshall who ap- Jane 28 July 10
of children. Bobby Marchan and Joe Hinton, vocalist pears at a popular night club six nights weekly, but TOUR TO THE EAST
'thrilled the set
Ji. with Little Junior Parker's Band young changes into a gentle, quiet voiced personality on Thurs- Three Provinces In Canada
5' as if they were in New York's Radio City. and the Middle West $239
S day nights, presenting a show for the kids because he ,
unknown talentin "I love children." Jane 21 Jnly 8
discover
to ,
ws The shows are designed says Itux* Ifwrtag JMluoQTlHe FU.Drwdllne .
the Miami area, and at the same time return the art look date for P"JDlen'- 3D
11 Betty Knight 12 Homer and Swight
of live entertainment back to the stages of theatres of ; full, June 13, 19ft:!. ICo meal
the the strut and twist with I
over gang as youngsters fnchutal round trip tour priceNo
Miami They are all clean and wholesome and the type Bobby Marchan; 13 The beloved Willena, Bobby MarIhaU' night riding
that the whole family can always enjoy. The grownupsgo friend as well as a friend of the Modern Theatre flrorlmrrff will be! Mat to those
for the shows as much as the children, and Bobbyis who wish them
N children. Willena can always be depended upon to fill in Contact Dr. Joseph It. JmldnaExecnUre
also a favorite of the grown-ups. when she is needed. She was presented a gift recently' at Secretary
the show 14 Bobby and the kids in the finals photos rhonnt AD 8.1001 or AD ft.0108
Shown in the picture are: } TOURS ARK NOT LIMITED
1The "little twister does her number for Bobby by Neil Johnson and A. C. Adams. TO TEACHERSI



THE MIAMI TIMES> SATURDAY, MAY 26' 1962 cuss Ion with three Negro boys at '
I the fairgrounds over who could hit ( I
f i the hardest.

White Officer Gets Six I with Linton Davis said, hitting he exchanged him in "licks"the el I \i I

I bow. He said he heard Davis remark AN OPEN
"I'm going to get my .45"
Months For Slaying YouthA I and run his hand in His shirt. S ,
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The officer testified that he
white Florida
City police
sergeant Criminal Court Judge Ben C.
found Willard, in finding Linton guilty, thought Davis had a gun and was
was guilty of man! going for it. lie said he pulled his I,
slaughter said the question was whether he P
Thursday in the death of own and shot Davis in self
gun
an iayeor-old of culpable negligence.
Negro and sentenced was guilty defense.
to six months in county jail, "It's just too bad that he was ever
made a police officer and it's too
Sgt. Robert Linton, 26, was bad the boy is dead
charged with killing Rudolph Da MIAMI TIMES ADS
vis in a windup of a friendly con Linton, who has been on the
test March 22 to see "who could force two years, testified that he DON'T COST THEY PAY
hit the hardest" and some friends got into a dis TO THE PEOPLEOF

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CIRCUIT JUDGE I '

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F.n; Ralph O. Cullen SA ''u Sfre
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.ii.It' James Blanton 7A ,,t.
". .: "My the incumbent, in
.. opponent an apparent
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effort to distract attention from his own record,
SCHOOL BOARD Jt"u" persists in a frantic attempt to becloud the issues of
.: next Tuesday's Run-off Election by insisting that the
.: Jim Hendrie r lOA ;ttg people who voted for James W. (Jimmy) High thought
;tt 1tIt they were voting for Miami Mayor Robert King High.
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EunIce Anderson 11 A
.,Jtni "In effect, my opponent says Miami voters and
taxpayers do not Know how to read," how to tell one
En! photograph from another, or for whom they are pullinga
CONSTABLE ..; ; voting booth lever when they go to the polls
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JJ Marvin "Red" Christmas .' .:.m. )(: 1 15A u "My opponent insults the intelligence of the very
sits: z1tc people he wishes to represent.

Jt c Ray Bradley 1 16A En3 There is no need to remind those of you who
: .".J,IIJt were on the Miami scene at the time that I was
: eu'JC. initially elected to the Miami City Commission by a
= ;. Commissioner of Florida Inland I Navigation ; huge majority, that I served, you, the people, well.
:ICIt I was a well-known public official two years before
; Stanley "Stan" Goldberg 14A uJC3 either my opponent or the Mayor entered politics.
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= I have never doubted your ability to exercise
; wisdom at the polls
COMMITTEEMAN 'Its ;ltfsn1 I have always been Independent of special
Nathaniel ccTannyrr Dean 32A j Interest groups on your behalf.

@ I am, and alweye have been, outspoken for
En3 Sumner Hutcheson Jr/ 31A I what "Is right end just, without regard for petty

f politics or my own political future.It ..

Elh COMMITEEWOMAN hoi always been my feeling that the
2C "J people, 'In recognition of obvious sincerity and
.., A Frances Henderson 36A strength of character, would return me to office
.u. St for their benefit

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LIBERTY CITY OX 1-0892 Samuel Moncur President '
u South of Flaglor Street
BROWN SUB 634-4438 ) ,
U DOWNTOWN MIAMI FR 3-5729 Sumner Hutche.on JrVice Pre. i; 448-7478

:fit,: COCONUT GROVE HI 3-6349 Mill. Ruby. Thomas Secretary :\; '
North of Street
Flagler
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'PERRINE CE 5")775 John Barkley Treasurer .1 J;, I 633.3551 633.3541
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I =HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS: I SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1962 PAGE 15


ver High School. Mr. Fuller gave
TBVVVMi&S>&&& OC Ji5 ?'i '" G. W. CARVERA
remarks telling of the many ac
::'. their de large and apprec'atlve! audience tlvltlew of this troop and partlci.
6th. attended the final moettn patlon. A short business meeting
of the George Washington Carver followed at which time reports
High School PTA for the from sunshine committee and
\ year. Music for the occasion was treasurer were given. Mrs. Kate
( whose
,, ,. F. rendered by the Choralettes of 8. Dean assistant principal for
,a a the Silver Oaks school with Mr. Guidan ce WILt given a standing
, .,. reed that and Mn, Bryant a* director and ovation for her untiring serviceto
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i r, ,'. .'" was the directress. Guest speaker w a I the school PTA and com.munlty. .
observed; the Honorable Judge Den Shep. The meeting adjourned
were herd of the juvenile court. Judge until next year.
States, Shepherd !Spoke! on "Problem of''
the Courts in Placing Del'n. .
tours quents." Various questions were Lawn ServiceFULLY
Mincy's
the asked regarding preventon and
beauti treatment for delinquents. He
with stressed the importance of the EQUIPPED
: of the parents encouraging their children PRUNING AND SPRAYING
tour in their school work and try
E ; a of the to prevent school dropouts A Something new Lot IM
; a tour of great ovation was given thu
at Sno-- Judge. Vacuum your lawn
CentuQ'I western The Boy Scouts Charter of
a : mountain Troop was presented by Mr. Ful. 7410 NW 15th Ave.
ler, executive Boy Scout Se re.
tary to the PTA president and PL 1-9982
enjoyed principal of the George W. Car indf
all the .1
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not; how.win Central Life Insurance Co. of Florida

thru
have "YOUR PRIKNDLY COMPANY"
that
:j They re MODERN AND ATTRAQTIVE POLICIES FROM

a .st and $1,000.00 UP TO $50,000.00
names
state en Whole Life Endowment Educational

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Mays High r 1st and resided at the I And Home

Participate In 1"* $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ *9 ALSO


National Scienc NEED CASH ? Family Group Plan
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Father, Mother and all Children Under 21 Years of

Two Mays High students, w. 1st and 2nd Mortgage Loans ofn Age Insured Under One Policy

Miller Brown, j?.. and They'r ft. Get $1,060, $1,600, $2,000" more today ohI Newborn Automatically Insured After 15 Days

Bryant, both members of ae I WE BUY LOtS AND HOMES CALL REPRESENTATIVES AND BRANCH OFFICES
four of the Junior Class,
Vi- ,
traveled to Seattle, Wash ,Ronald I. Baron 2.4343 STATEWIDE IN FLORIDA AND ALABAMACall

)Science participate Fair in-International the 13th yx Mortgage Broker *** for representative In your city for additional

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Brown and Bryant MIAMI DRACII If/"OjOO
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I For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call f 74 4 ?odf


| want to think ell the flood cltbeni
r .f Florid, eipeetelly tho Udlei and
y'.YP r4 their organisation, at well at them
BONDEDRENTAL n and thtlr. and also the'menv
bor of the Junior Chamber of Commerce
and Young Democrat for the ",.,nrftcl.n'
.5 f sup port th.y geve mo' In (ho first primary
; ..,.4 .ollclt Iheir activity and vote In mybehalf
In the coming runoff primary.

I. Iho first primary out of tho Stale
Jorry Carter LEAD In 60 61 Counlltil.

Counties each geve Jerry Carter
40 MORE VOTES than oil other eppon.
ants combined I
'.r n,: AGENCY INC. *%A Countloi each placed Jerry Carter
VII, FIRST with Counties.JERRY o big. majority In each ofthaia
vr

4' The largest collection and rental CARTER has saved tho

agency in the South; operating in ,Florida Residents nearly e


t Dade and Broward Counties' $200.000,000.ON .


Negro Housing areat ELECTRICITY, GAS and PHONE BILLS.A .

L. L. BROOKS

PROVEN RECORD NOT PROMISES
OwnerMANAGING -
TA1UHASSH UZA -J rry Carter w.i 1o for r.fun AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN to the customers of Soulht.if.rn T.l.ph M Company In North Centre!
and Northwest Florida of n..ffy $1 million. -
10,000 HOUSING UNITS SOUTH fLORIDA Four ((4)) wpw.f. r.f. raducffont Oil FlorId. Power
; and LJaM Co. were rd.r.d by the .ommlMlo, bi .I9S7 reducing
.lectrh"BgM refei $4.725.000WIu.lIy.. Another $200,000 In '60. ....
Bonded also has FREE employment service forBonded's other 6'A minion in .I960 end another for $2 mlffion. Tetet nary |ll
million .In this vast eree elone.riNSACOU .
4150 NW 7th Ave. The'Commlufon ordered rete reduction of $257,501
Tenants, at main office, annually went Into effect J.nu.ry (9St. (Gulf Power Co.)
I JACKSONYflU Refunds In 91 .mounted f. $105,727 (J.clwnvID.
---- G.Co.)
MADISON) Commissioner, Carter brought before the commlulwi' the
CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU phone company tervlna Madison,Into public taringionetei end miMdequetc
11 and Inelflcient tervlce.Oiergei were cut ONE HALFI This
HOMESTEAD AVE.Perrlne action spurred ether phone cempenlet in the ...t. to "buttO more
.
1103 N.W. 3rd AVE. FR A.8418 17825 end through
f. o rE 5.855 modern/ end efficient equipment' under the wpwvWon
1A73: X.VT. 62nd ST. MSftOl __ OX 1-4423 -- the cooperation of your Commissioner Jerry Certer and the Commif
N.W.8th ST. Jon
GRAND AVE. ?,.,._ ni 5-imt IOU Lwidertlale .... t M 4.88A7 All nOKIDA. R.duc.d ., for natural, get haw gone Into effect al
Ft. Cdrt,,', first act was
ever the it te by order of the CommJuJon.Jerry
42-to N.W. 27th AVE..NI lHUM 830 IIAMMONDVnAF flU. to urge investigation and It rewHed .In the first ",'ewrd. 10 percent
rnrnpauioVE 8823SJ4255 r.ductlon of change' phone ell",..; and aboEilted. a M. per month
000 N.W. 75th BT..PL 8-0827 chergo for detfc and hand phone
: N.W. :22nd AVB.Op .

2000 N.W. 8rd CT. ._,_, FR 1-800S !Loeb )10 8-0817 1.lIee' mn w.

MAIN OFFICE CAR T E R COMMISSIONER

PL 9-8733 FLORIDA RAILROAD & PUBLIC UTILITIES Group 2I
4150 N.W. 7th Ave.
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA aaatat! of a handicap six of the
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, MAY 26 1962 24.man league bowled 200 andover '
,
-.,.,.-.----- .- proof of the h1dd. n,,powerof ELECT ::
this league;
Your humble reporter w a a
given' the ticklish task of presi4ing .
LOOKING THE I over the Activities of l agu. ;
4i as president, to assist with the HARVEY H. :BAKER
many details that make a good .
SPORTS WORLD OVER organization better are Dennis ,
Peak vice president! ; Ted PotUr,
secretary and Timothy Williams,
.. ".: treasurer, YOUR
, By LEO B. ARMBRISTER: ,ap Frank Smith got the league off

... to a rolling etart with a blazing
--'Y- -#------' ----CiOCi- .t U8 three game set ((220)), 211, INLAND
1 187)),
DROUGHT HAMPERS Birdie Club is gong} full swing Other bowlers who Invaded the
GAME HUNTERSThe Nth a Five Hundred Dollar charmed 200 circle were P NAVIGATIONCOMMISSIONER
Florida Invitational tentatlve'y Caldwell 2141) Leo Arnibrlster.
record breaking droughtwe :cheduled for mid, July. 210; Sam McDanlels 203; John.
are experiencing here in Playing.\ the front nine in reg- ny White 201; ad Joe Sommer. '
South Florida Is playing havoc :'lation were Jackson With 36; sett 200.
with fishermen and hunters layes 36; McElmurray 37 and Getting 500 and better, three.' '
alike. )oerr 39. Thte! they feel would I game set to the great delightof i ALL DADE COUNTY
Hunters are suffering from yelp: them in contention with Carl, the master. of this af.
the uncomfortable fire that :Y Imost any company they may fair were Frank Smith 618; CAN VOTE
destroying hundreds of acres of Encounter. Herbert Green 552; Leo Arm.
hunting grounds. Fishermen find brister 538; Dennis Peak 618;
dried out canals and lakes and SCRATCH MAJOR Johnny White< 618; P. Caldwell Pull' Lever 13A '
thousands of fish out of water. 516; Timothy Williams 512|
LEAGUE OPENSA James Blackman 510 and Cook

HOT FOURSOME new concept of bowlingame er 'T. Hayes 502. EXPERI N E'
; to the famous Mi Bowling RICHBURG AND BONDU;
TOYS WITH PARA r.
apes Tuesday night; a dream
determined foursome wentto ,>f the far-sighted manager, Carl ,TOPS IN THEIR SPORTS 0 Boat Enthusiast and Dade County Resident .,"
the Miami?Brings Golf Course Weiss was to have a 3-man team Dessle ftlchburg, who bowls For 25 Years.PLATFORM. -,.
Monday with one intent, that is, cratch league, which will con above a 150 average and who*! is
to get even with par. This they tltutfl the hard core of bowling the very competent secretary of
came very near, doing, however tad necessitate the best form to the Birds< and Dees Bowling
there is much consolation to Maintain the high standard League; and Mayme Bondu who
Robert Jackson, Ernest Hayes, vhlch he has set for his dream has developed the knack for
Protect interest of All Small
eague. Quoting Mr Weiss: '"If 0 Boat Owners
Steve McElmurray and James I keeping her eye on the golf ball
Doerr, to be rounding out their I Bowlers are going to improve'heir and consequently is one of the
game in preparation for the big bowling they must bowl In better female bowlers of our 0 Expansion of Our Inland Water ,Ways For More
golfing events that are comingup. ml'mited competition." : town, get salutes from LookingThe Recreational Facilities and Commerce
Evidently the word has got This fact was quickly proven Sports World Over and much
ten around that the Par and ruesday night when without the plaudits for distinguishing id. Pol.,Adv.

themselves as outstanding sportswomen ". ..... .... or '. .' --, .
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Brand New Homes I .' -
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3-BEDROOMS 2 BATHS FLA. ROOM I

Open Sunday 2.5 p.m. Johnny Lomelo's .
Owner at 1430 N.W. 59th St.

Lot 140 feet at 2161 N.W. 59th St.

Home, good income, duplex, 811 N.W. 57th St. I KING 0' HEARTS CLUB
Lots for sale. Corner, 73x140 and 100x105 '

Many others in Liberty City, Save money. Build to order i
6000 N.W. 7th Avenue
S. BARON JE 8-1340 JE 24343We f fi

Presents
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AT THESE HOMES TODAY! WE, WILL

HELP YOU WITH THE FINANCING

RECORDING ARTISTS
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3-bedroom beauty 'with'' Florida room. We have

the ,key. $400- w '.'' $77.60 month. SAM EARLY His Hammond Organ

2-4500 N.W. 8th Ave. See ,this extra large 3.bed. Band
room CBS home. Gorgeous bathroom, large Fla.

room, air conditioning $450 down-FHA terms t
0 MONA LISA, M.C.
3-1010 ''N.W. 44th St. 2-bedroom' 1 bath with a
Florida room. Large lot. Easy terms JOHNNIE RED "Drums'


4-Look at thee duplexes. Invest today I STAN (The Man) "Quitar"VERGIE ,i\;\,, \ I
Live rent free: ) ,k.i '
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1521.23 NW 41st Street $1,000 down '\ otlt'
TILL Song Stylist 'vfSHAKE ')' ."
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1030-32 NW 53rd Street $700 down .

7753 NW 10th Avenue $450 down, Bimini Girl ,\ :.,.,, J\I':
) 5155 NW 12th ,Avenue Move right in .
WATUSIE MAMA
6-1353 NW 41st St. Large l lot, roomy 2-bedroom
2-bedrooms with Florida room. $350 down.
Returning By Popular Demand ,:
6-735 Ji.W. 41ht''St. Large lot, roomy bedroom .

house. $350 down '- $65 month

t 7 -1440 NW. 44th St. Big clean, beautiful 2-bedroom E. Lois Foreman"THE

home. $450 down.

', f 8-2120 N.W. 50th St. Large 5-bedroom home with

,\ I extra lot. Move right in. $450 down QUEEN OF SONGS" :>','

Ii 3-1928 ''N.W. 59th St. Clean 1-bedroom house. Move
Every Wednesday Show Original
Amateur
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r}ghA in.$100 '
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lOrr-2997.N.W.>64th(St.; 3-bedroom xilean' hfouie20Qk];,
: .. 50c Admission. t. ,. W dnesday..Niht .
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down.,,,Move right 'In' >* > '-'I''f/jo/ ',"" -n" %f\oL ; .
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us and we will come and pick you up to lee
these homes *

We are open iSafurday and Sunday
COMING JUNE 23 24
COME TO OUR NEW OFFICE! ,



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569 N.W. 54th Street 'PL 7-2559 I :

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