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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: June 2, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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39TH YEAR, No. 40 MIAMI. FLORIDA;-SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1962 16 PAGES TEN CENTS. f

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Kennedy Expected To 17 To Ge! Junior Three Win Democratic .


I College DiplomasDado


Name Weaver To Cabinet passes another County milestone Junior College in its Committee Posts Here.'I

young history when its

Robert d ,Weaver; administrator ltd first graduates with diplomas History was made at the polls In 1 1
; on. Monday, June 11 at 10 a.m. in
of the Federal Housing and
Dado
County Tuesday when
l Washington,I Dade County Auditorium
Financing
Agency Mia itaM WiNsOpportunity
three Negroes won posts as committeemen !I
D.C., will be appointed by President -! The class of 147 includes 17 and committeewomanin
Kencdy as the first Negro I members from the Northwestern the Democratic
Party.
member of the cabinet in history. I Center. d._._____ _"__._ ..._.___ FeHowshty
Tho appointment will precede the ,
celebration of the 100th anniversary The keynote speaker will be Dr
of the Emancipation Proclamation Edmund J. Gleazer, Executive Director Twenty-three Negroes have been '11
signed by Abraham Lincoln !awarded Opportunity Fellowships
January 1, 1863, and which of the American Associationof for 1962, the John Hay Whitney
ndcd slavery in the United States. Junior Colleges. Foundation anounced this week. .1
This year the Foundation has
According to plans, Weaver'sname A highlight of the program will warded Fellowships to forty-five
will be sent to the Senateon bo the presentation of the Alma orsons in twenty-three states, I
the day Abraham Ribicoff tenders Mater, written and scored by Mrs. Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands II,
his resignation as Secretary of I Maxine Randall of. the Northwest- Eastern Carolines and Marshal
,4 Health, Education and Welfare to, irrt Center. Islands. These awards are granted
run for the Senate in Connecticut Northwestern to young men and women who
Students from the
I show superior who
promise apd
Center listed among the propec haw been cultural ,
"prevented
by
race
53-year-.: tivo graduating sophomores are"HQslyn '
A Harvard graduate, the background or region of
old Weaver has spent most of'his Clark, Carolyn Daniel William residence from fully developing I
life in the service of the govern Dennis, Catherine Gipson, their potentialities.
ment. He started as adviser on Willie Mao Golden, Jacquelyn Har-, I I'I
Negro affairs under Secretary of cell, Brenda L. Jackson, Mary In the thirteen years the pro-
tho Interior Harold Ickes; servedas Alice Johnson, Mildred Johnson, tram has been in operation, awards
special assistant on housing under Ollio McQueen,'Thelma Jones, Mel. have been made to two hundred
President Roosevelt, and filled ba' Outlci', Alfronia Peacock, Bennie and ninety-seven Negroes. 'I
REUNION DAY SPEAKER various wartime posts with the Leo Pearson, Dorothy Pearson, J
War Production Board and Office MaxiM Randall, and Dorothy C: Among the winners this year la I
Mrs. Albertha Nelson Carroll, well of Production Management. Snyder, David Robinson, Jr., of 1312 N.W. I J
known member of the graduatingclass i ___ 58th Ter., Miami, Florida, graduate I"
of 1952 of Booker T. Wash Weaver's most important work of Howard University to continue II

ington High School, and now a prior to his appointment in the .. _... .. ." .c<.,. ... Nathaniel Dean study toward the Bachelor
teacher in central Florida, will be Kenedy administration was as ., Nathaniel Dean defeated former of Laws degree at the Duke University I II
tho principal speaker at the Alum deputy housing commissioner of I r tade)) Democratic Chairman Holmes School of Law While ad '
ni's annual reunion program Tues New York State and rent administrator C Allen in District 17, and Dodd undergraduate, Mr Robinson was
day, June 3 at 2 p.m. The classes for NeW York, : \ <. ," Johnson, another Negro who, It Editor of Uweollege literary Journal
r of '52, '42 and '32 will be-In reunion .' :,.J .. was presumed, might have split and Chairman of the Political ''II
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t the occasion. .
on the votes and lessened Dean's Science. 'Society and World Affair*
reunion ball will be .'' ;," \t' chance of winning. Arelia Frances Club. This fall he will ben the' i
annual
The '
held on Friday evening, June 8 at "Big Nick"Suspension ,,, ,, :., ; r Henderson won the committeewoman second year of his program toWard

10 o'clock at the Harlem Square ,,; seat in the same District unopposed the law degree,
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Ballroom Lifted '. '., "< .. ;;;' : <,\>, ,,.'. I i
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Policeman Willie "Big Nick" \ Sumner Ilutcheson Jr., won in I

Nicholson\ was found guilty on '.,'I'i" District 20. .
Baseball Gels First Monday by Civil Service Board, of ,', .,....".." .-.. ,""'f.r ,, I II I
conduct unbecoming an officer, "" di f.r f. I II II II
but his suspension, which began ''f L: t' :" Dade Schools Give
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Negro CoachThe April 30, was brought to an abrupt I I

end.Nicholson reportedly threw a !
To UHCF
wall in major league baseball stapler on April 24 at Officer William 4t" $604
another breech Tuesday when B. Jackson in the Negro Pre.
Jot (Buck) O'Nell was signed as a cinct Station, inflicting a slight Contributions made to United
Chicago Cub coach He is the first cut on Jackson's arm. The Board i--s--- .\ A' Nfgr" College Fund by local

Negro to hold such a position. decided that Nicholson was under FOR OUTSTANDING COMMUNITY school amounted to $60420, according 1q
Fifty-year-old Q'Neil has been a "unusual stress" when he hurled SERVICE-Nathaniel "Traz" to a report made by I q .r
scout in the cubs outfit for six tho stapler at his fellow officer, Powell, Preside of the CollegiansClub Fletcher Paschal, chairman of the 1rWp
years, and has been instrumentalin and called off his suspension.An of Miami, presents a plaqueto school committee. I

signing most of the Negro players attorney stated that Nicholson Fr. Theodore R. Gibson, Rector Following of the
are names ii&i
on the team Ho helped both was upset principally becauseof of Christ Episcopal Church of schools and the amount contributed .
Ernie Banks and George Altman an investigation in which he Coconut Grove, and President of I
get their start toward the majors. played a major role and resultedIn the Miami Branch of NAACP, in : _

John Holland, vice-president, a murder charge against his recognition of Gibson's outstand North Dade High ........$10300 /
said, "Buck will serve as instructor sister Mrs Eugenia Thomas, who ing community service "above and Brownsville Jr. High ...__ 104.00 ,
and will not be considered a has since been found Innocent by beyond the call of duty," especially I
Northwestern High ...____ 101.00
potential head coach or manager the court. I in race and human relations. I I
under the club's rotation plan." Nicholson was also woried about Orchard Villa .____....... 70.00J.

The present chief coach of the his health, and had warned Jackson Tho plaque was presented during W. Johnson ___.__....... 24.00

Cubs is Lou Klein, with Charlie i to stop heckling him, the lawyer the recent Calendar tea, sponsored Floral Heights _........._ 5.00 Capt. Jerry A. Simmons) grad. '
by the Dade County ,Young ,
Metro as his assistant. I said. Democratic Association, at the pine Villa Elementary'1..,., ,18.75plays urta Of an 16'week-eourse at the'

-- \ Fiesta Room' of the :Mary Eliza _..::...:_:...::!.:... tt.73 Filth Safety Division, University ''
beth, hotel Homestead Elcm. Jr 'High &00 of Southern California ha l. I'
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II .. ., ? taken over at tit Cavalry Dlv. '
: .:.: ':.. -Photo by Johnson. I Dorsey Jr, High ......... 34.20 Plight 'aaf 4y' office w I

,. .... .... ,, Dunbar ,,....,....,.,...,.. {:5.00 apt t. Simmons, assigned to>
I. j.Ji I Jim Brown To Goulds Elem. ____..___.__ fl.OO the* 16th Aviation Co., studied\ '

'\f: If Frank C. Martin ......... 10.00 aviation psychology, aeronautical. "I
.? endneerlnf, structural *naly.la,
The money has been depositedin and accident, investigation and I
A J Gel $42,000The the Industrial National Dank of prevention .at the Los Angeles,,
Miami. Schools not listed above Cal UnJrartity.; -
Cleveland Browns' fullback, are urged to make their report In,
Jim Brown, signed this week a Mr. Paschal before Uw final re \he In the coarse j>.r bls rtttttoa-;
"to InrattgMe.
contract which make port meeting Tuesday 12:30 was required ,
one-year may : ,.p.m. '
him the highest paid player in at the Hampton House. three, 'actual;: aircraft \erf,sAe*.. 'I i
professional football, the Browns Capt. Simmons cam to Korea',
f fronvith ftltb. Any :Brf .d.,.'t
said.At Baston' N.... The ...,......w.,:.
a news conference, Arthur UNCF CommitteeTo pilot has nine yrrice. "': ..4.

Modell, the Browns' front-office He Is a 4a4A. sr;. J'letMa'I".
bow, said, "Let's Just cay it was a Meet .and M Ualtowtty, ... e..
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substantial Increase over what he Hla wit. aM their three child. ..
got in the last contract" ran. lint att 14_> .KW .bitty 8t. 7
Members of the Dade
Uotraty .
,r,
Last year Brown was paid $32- Committee of the United College '"
000. Reports said that he had Fund will hold a luncheon .2 Women :Skett .:
signed for $42,000, but Modell said t
meeting at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday Two women were shot by aa
this not correct, adding, "We
was
unknown
at the Hampton House. person) Monday nfht.
believe it is the highest in professional -
apparently with tit aim bullet
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[ football. The contract All members of the committee+ aa they walked on NW ,Uth. St..
is for one year with a one-year urged to make their reports and 6th court. '
The winners of major Air Force Fine Arts. The cadets are (1. to r.) I option. His former contract was are Nettl" !
awards during last week's annual Cadet Col. Edward R. Batten of i for two years. at this time. Mr*. MUeael L1, ,'2'oU
Hit NW Kb plies, was'shot to
Atlantic City, two Cadet
ROTC Day
Joint Army-Air Howard Force Universityare Col. James E. Lee,awardJi' Wash Brown is said to have the unprecedented James linear of the Betntint the ankle and Lola Proadaez. 11
exercises at their queen, ington, D.C., five awards; and Ca' record of leading the Cookman College, associate state was shot In the right thlch. .
congratulated by
Miss Sandra J. Smith of Miami. det Lt. Jerome A. Atkins of New I I National Football league in rushing director of UNCP' will be In the Both were treaty at Jnekion

Fla., a junior in the college of, port News, Va., four awards. for five consecutive seasons. city to wind up the campaign, hospital -I


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Tiny Teen Traveling tHE MIAMI tiMES MiAMi FLoRibA

PAGE 2 SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1962
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Summer ClubsGirls _

k and boys agd 8.13 are
Inv.ted to Join the YWCA 6um-
mer Club for four weeks In July

beginning Monday, July 1 The p-
club will,l meet three days ft week
from 9 a.m. to 3 pVnt.

Club programs will l consist

mainly of trips trips to the
it 1 Serp'entarlum! Monkey Jungle,
Japanese Gardens, HomesteadAir
Bare, swimming pools, bowl. V
,.._. Ing lanes, the beaches, fishing off 45- ,
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the causeway, etc. There will be
JESCA Day Care Eric Farrtngton. classes In dance and art, cultural
Day Care No.2: King Wil- films, ctory hour at the library,
King and QueenThe lington Moss. Queen Felice and other things aimed at mak.
Holmes. Runner Jimmy Bee. Z "fi g tia
up, Summer Clubs worth. .,
ing the !! a 1 .,
Day Care Committee( of cham. while cultural experience for the ;,
the James E. Scott Community Thankfl to patrons and friends youth. The YMCA Volkswagen
Association held its annual who helped to make this affair I will be the clubhouse In case
Coronation of the King and a success. of ran, facilities at the YWCA V
QueEn of the Day Care Centers Total amount of money raised at 114 SE 4th st. will be used.! a t
on Tuesday, April 24 in the $696. I
:Liberty Square Auditorium at 8 Reading from left to right: Membership In the "Tiny Teens
Anthony Roker, Chenita Gibson, Travelling Clubs" will be Hm.t! __.._n__ ___ _.n_..__..________.,..__. _W'---> ._---,-- _. -
ip.iruBy Care Center No ed to a maximum of 20 young
oneKing : I Willlngton Moss and Felice Michael's Kindergarten cele.
Anthony Roker: Queen, Holmes people in each group. The fee is
$5.00 weekly, which includes brated its second annual Fash.
membership, insurance, all en. ion show and tea Sunday, April Mincy's Lawn ServiceFULLY
trance few, transportation and
AAUW IN ACTIONAT I Sunlight Alumni'sSpectacular craft materials. Medicals are re. 29. There also was a baby con. EQUIPPED
I I quired of all participants Cluo test. along with tea and fashion
HOLMESMembers members will bring their own show for our building fund. PRUNING AND SPRAYING
lunch each day and milk will be
Shown on furnished.
of the Miami Branch Something new Let
us
Mrs. Lillian Robinson, eminent
of the American Association for Joy Stephens, daughter of Mr.
University Women have contributed I coiffeur lecturer and hair Girls and boys age 8.10 will I and Mrs. Stephens.
both their time and ex. stylist of Chattanooga. Tenn., participate In Summer Club No. Vacuum your lawn
terten.ce to the Holmes Elemen- will give. demonstrations! and 1 I, which will meet Monday, Second prize, Hattie Bethel,
tory School library during th'Ie etyles to reflect the current Wednesday and Friday. Club No. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wll- 7410 NW 15th Ave.
PUt school term. trends in cosmetology June 13 2 for youth 11.13 years will lard Bethel and, first prize,
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m All cos.!! meet on Tuesdays, Thursday and William J. Sands, eon of Mr. and PL 1.9982
;Mesdames Erma Beth Hill metologists are Invited to a lov. Friday. Fridays will be major Mrs. Robert Sande, sponsored by
Bennett, Esther Richards Char. Her portrait In weaving, styling trip; days. Deadline date for reg Erina Skyles. Indf
'cL'n!' Virginia Miller Lepper and shaving and color about glamourm istration Is June 25. For Infor.
:Laura Mc Caughan White !have a k e u p. Do not miss this matlon, call Mrs. Carolyn B. Mc.Donaldtl .
:given: many man-hours in as. great affair. Your calendar will [ program director, FR
Hating the librarian to accom. not be complete until you include 7.2571. STAR MEAT MARKET
plish some of the numerous tasks June 13, alumni day. Come see
Involved in preparing books for and learn the latest, free. '
use by some boys and girls Dugie's Guest HouseThe
The students will serve re. 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
It can well be said that these freahments to all guests from 12 I
AAUW members have used their to 2 p.m. Wednesday climaxes house of clean rooms
reouroea of education and ex.'perience the event with a dance and hair
to assist this communityand tyle fashion show at the Knight Open 24 hours NE 4.3851
: particularly this school Beat Club from 9 to 2 a.m. All
'family in Its efforts to serve Sunlight graduates!! are asked to Seeing is Believing THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
children more adequately.At ,participate in giving creative See us for clean rooms
style of their own choice. For
those who have met Jamaica .
Holmes further Information call Sunlight Dugie, always a
:and worked with these ,women
friend
Ifcnow that they will continue to Beauty School. Fresh Meat-Low Prices

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA FSA Award '
Local Authors Feted ,'v" ,c-
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SATURDAY JUNE 2, 1962 PAGE 3I Gwendolyn Cherry Ruby Presented to

Thomas and Pauline Willis,
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authors of the just published Mays Sophomore't

"Portrait In Color" recently con
,
gratulations from Miss Betty Mays Junior-Senior H 1 g ,

Lunnon superv:sor of Library School in Goulds held Its an*;,"' M

Services!: Dade County Public y nual Awards Day Program re-
School, Jack Kassewltz Sunday cently in the auditorium at which
editor of the Miami News and time Eloise Laverne Cowart, a-
,
t representatives of WTVJ and 1 t' sophomore and the daughter oC
many others at a Press Party I Mr. and Mrs Enoch Cowart
1 last week when the staffers of 11491 Pinkston Drive was presented ''i
""I Northwestern High School be !: the ,Future Scientists of
gan celebrating their authorshipof America award for 1962. The
R, t: the booc."Portrait: presentation was made by Edward .
MoCray assistant prinlcpal
yof in Color' is about
The award is a plague with the
t m 50 famous Negro
womenThere insignia of Future Scientists of
Is similar book written about
no America; The recipient' name
Negrot'women. I Composes Jr. College I and grade are engraved IB galeS

Several Book Review Parties on the base of the ,plaque.

have been arranged for Cherry I Alma Mater I 1
Thomas and Willis to autograph!
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f copies. I Maxine Randall has found time i li lir lit
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4 W Dr. Den Atkinson! purchasedthe in her busy schedule as mother I,
first copy of the book. of two young children and a so. I!

phomore at Dade County Junior
College to contribute her talentsin
1 tt' n's: being ,given official recognl. several phases of the college
T@1 Urr tlon as the undisputed leader of program.
the House of Prayer by the Federal .
$ a \ & t Court. Just last week Maxine won
cheers for her moving portrayalof
$ Crowds of loyal followers be. Bearnlco, one of the leading
q 5 gan to gather outside the lux characters in Carson McCuller'a
; urloua Grace1 Mansion, located class'c: play, "Member of The
p qay4d the excl:Ive .residence s.cHoAt Wedding."
,
;: Q of West Victory Drive in Savan.
And now an additional honor
nah a.s early as 9 am. on last
Tuesday when word was circulated has come to Maxine. The college
Sweet Daddy McCulloughHeads that Dlshop McCullough has just announced that her {,fl-
was enroue to Savannah from try in the Alma Mater contest
I Columbia S C. has been adopted as the official
House Of school song. Maxine says she
PrayerSUCCESSOR A cordon of cars headed by 1 completed the song "after a ''S
uniformed members of the Grace week of hit or miss attempts."
TO GRACE. view here last week by Bishop Soldiers, commanded by Colonel She feels that this achievement

SAVANNAH Ga. Sweet McCullough. The first church to Willie McCoy motored to South fulfilled, at least in small measure
b-9 built according to Biehop Me. Carolina to meet the McCullough her desire to "contribute The FSA award was received as
.
Daddy McCullough come home-- Cullough is at Savannah where entourage and to escort it backto something good to society." The a result of entering a (written
Bishop Walter McCullough. head the late Bishop Grace founded Savannah. Alma Mater will be dedicated at report of a science project en
of the House of Prayer For All ; the popular religious movement. the Commencement ceremonies titled "Seed Extracts and Human
People makes a triumphant en. I Upon arriving at the Grace on June 11 Blood Typing The purpose of
try Into ,the Mother Church of Never before in the history of !Mansion Daddy MoCollough wad the project was to show that
Savannah where the movementwas Savannah have the people greeted greeted by ,hundreds of his faith. Maxine plans to transfer toa hemaaggluttnatlng! substancesare
started by the late Sweet a religious leader eo enthusiastically ful followers. AccompanyingDady senior Institution to study elementary contained In the seeds of
Daddy Grace. as they did Bishop McCollough to Savannah education after her certain ,plants
Walter McCullough. The occa. was his charming wife Madam graduation from Dade Junior
A three million dollar plus slon ''created widespread Inter. McCollough. Also along with tiio College in June.Advertise The Future Scientist program
gu:Idlng program, which will est because! this was the first of. McCollough entourage were two is conducted as ail activity of
embody the erection of new facial vi!&U of Daddy McCullough excellent groups of gospel elners *- -- the National Science Teachers
Houses of Prayer in eeveral cit. alnce his momentous victory over the Sons of Grace and the Association. Mrs. Nettle' E. Dove
lea was announced in an Inter. l unscrupulous opposition and McCollough Specials l It Pays! is the recipient's sponsor; II

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AGE t4 ,: { SATURDAY JUNE 2, 1962: Dorsey' Chorus in I LITTJILEAOUE; boys ervlsors makes to keep it difficult them for on sup.the

Concert parks and playgrounds.
June 1
TEAM 'NiEDUNfl ; Uniforms ,at Turner Sport
The Jr. echool
Dorcey High j 19.06
Shop Cost ea|J1 consisti
chorus will appear in concert ORM of 10c:11i: leiterlh: r aiats, l ixtabd
Friday night. June 1 at 8 pttu
,CaI kiich: teart.b ohsists (
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In the
school auditorium F &.
,tured guest, Mrs. Bertha Bhttr|) UrtlfbrWS. ar8t iieided the 15 "Pl .Y&rs. There ,are ,preseiitl
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'Jackson, soprano, Mrs. SylvJa HiHollo roth ah little &, \tty::'Participate in fourteen, 13.14 teams at !jor.
accompanist e League.;aseball tour- Sey park and two 15.17: teams
Main,OffHe At 0740': N.W. ISth Avenue-Phone OX 1.0421 As a te.Htttfil Branch at 1112 N.W. third Ave,. Miami Florida-Phone 1R 32230 thlrt"V1l premier a Jazz ar- months This program is design. At the end of each year a
'nn II. B. SUJISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher derley's "Sack 0' Woe." Admls. quenc* Many tyoys riot having The boys meet coaches from
GARTH 0. REKVKS, Managing Editotintened slon, adults $1.00, children GOd anything\ to occupy their time various colleges and universities
I fill ring the summer find them. who offer them
.s Second Class Matter, August 9 it 27 at the Post Office scholarships,
> selves getting trouble. Not ,
., to/to/ also the boys meet
,
.. scouts from
fet Miami, Florida, under Uifc act of March 3, 1870 "" having uniforms to give the
1M: major and minor league teams
SU11.'St:1UPTION: RATES : \ : The Orange State Association u
ONE YEAR $3 00 SIX MONTHS $3 t .00 FOREIGN $0.00 I .. the sponsor of the state tourna-
t<.Mb;. ,. tII but the
I Holmes Elementary men boys must help 'to
.. ; finance their trip. Last ,
rJ year the "
,
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK I ,, King and Queen Miami team! won the state char
piorishlp defeating! St. Peters',' ,
"We< kn<*v what we are but we know not what We may bef' ,, lAw! n. ntaltlIt and An. Jacks6n\fcle "
butS'\ ,, llaMandalS,
thonette, Turner 'were the iiicky
Shakespeare and Riviera Beach.
winners Who feWeSented HdlmeaElenientaty ;t
Let us help to( make this!
School\ Is yeara
Jollivette Plaza named for the late Dr. M. primary
Cyrus Kiilg. \lid.Queen: at (i heir annual successful one for the boys by
Jollivette, iai well known business, religious and civic May My FesllvaL: equipping them with the uniforms .
worker, was dedicated last Sunday afternoon with 400 ; i .
If you can help contact Earl
or more inn attendance.The '. Carroll at Dorsey, Leroy Cro .
program began with the National Anthem, followed : J : martle at Liberty City, Shorty1
aihan'1 .. ", ., I Holton at Coconut Grove Tbr ,
by invocation by the Rev. Elward, T. G idbh. ,I
1 r Percy flrowfl at Dixie
:pastor ,of Mt. Zion Baptist Church.

Commissioner Henry Arrington, vice chairman, 'Miami I ,

Housing Authority, welcomed the audience. r
'Guest speaker was Hubert Jackson, IRa Public Hous- IJ

ing Administration of Atlanta, Ga. He was introducedby +Ps aa xxs 4" gr. t zt i

Eugene Kemp, manager of the Liberty..Square Housing ----. -..,- --._- ,. '.

Project. Awarded Crisco A
The speaker expressed his pleasure at coming to
Trophy
Miami and seeing such a fine looking facility for our

Senior Citizens. He said the dedication was a milestone ina Booker Carolyn T. butler Washington, a senior School at,

new phase of the nation's. housing program. has been awarded the Crlscd
Other speakers,were Martin Fine, chairman of the Trophy for outstanding Work la

:Board ,of Commissioners, Miami Housing Authority; Vice' home The economics.COM ited gold trophy \vas I

Mayor: Henry Balaban and. Assistant County Manager, presented to Carolyn on ,Awards I ; {' r
Don Petit. Day. May 24, by the president 6f

Platform introduced E.' N. Taylor the Studeht Council. Jacquelyn i
guests by manager
W:lliams. In awarding the CrUu /. AE 7 6In
(executive director of housing; Commissioner Joseph G. gratulated Carolyn On the ex. '
celHence she, has shown In her I a spirited )fut friendly con.
.Moretti, Mrs. Esther A. Poppell, Wallace A. N. Maer, work and said that she "felt test which lrlV6>ed candidates
counsel for the Authority; Judge Milton A. Friedman, J. certain that her achievements. In from the first ,And, third grades
TUark Stanley Jr., ,Mrs. Alese Gill, principal of Liberty home economics would be ah S they were elected by a comfort .
Mialcolm Ross Rev. H. E. S. Inspiration to other etudeftta fdi" able margin to, reign' supreme
City Elementary School
; ,
many years to come." over the gala affair. Frank Baker
:Reeves, Architect Arnold A. Eckoff and Mrs. Eckoff and Carolyn, daughter of M*. and Orchids. should, be given to Howard University,
Mrs. Frances Jollivette, widow of Dr.,Jollivette.: Mrs Arelious Butler 6f 1804 NW, Mrs. Emerald /ftoberson, their D. C. with the A. D.
4th ave, plans to continue her second grade teacher for the astute June 8. Frank la the --t
Music was furnished by the Northwestern Senior studies at Port Valley State manner In'.'Vhlch she plan and Mrs. Lenzy Baker
High School Band and the ,James E. Scott Community College, Oa. ned and conducted;( the campaign. NW 19th ave., Opa

Chorus. .,,_..., ..-.... .'
The Rev. A. D. Hall, pastor Ebenezer, M. E.
Church pronounced the benediction. '

With Mrs. Jollivette in the semi-circle where the rib-

;bon cutting took place were her two children, Cyrus Jr.

:and Cleo, her :father H. E. S. Reeves, sisters, Mrs. HazelL.

Grant' Mrs. Doreen Young:and sons, Paul and Jeffrey;

Mr. and Mrs. William Littles, Mrs Alese Gill, Mr. Jack- -

:son and l Atty. Arrington... ,a

Cold drinks supplied )by the Pepsi Cola Co., were

enjoyed and an inspection of the 66 units made on) the

four-acre tract.

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',' THE RUNOFF
yy. Ks y
In the election OH Tuesday 94,503,Dade Countianscast

their votes; S03,325: didl\ not think it neccessary, or

perhaps some of that number had reasonable excuses, for

not going to the polls.

Of course some of the' important officials were elect-
,. ______ ________. I ; 474. ,
ed in the Primary.In '
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the commission race in district 1, Robert M. Drake

defeated Mrs. Mary Ann McKenzie He will serve a _

four-year term.Hug'hlan 'I 4L.

Long won over Commissioner Walter Weiss f..i' .
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in district 4. He too was elected for a four-year term. 'Lj '----" ------ -- .. :.;:....r.M .,.

In the Miiaimi District (3) James High who polled, so BTW CLASS OF '42 They don't look the same
heavily in the 8 defeated THE UNIVERSAL now but here's the Booker T. Washington graduat-
Primary! on May was by In-
ing class of '*942 who
cumbent Arthur ,Patten. AQUARIAN will have their 20th reunion,Tues
Spiritualist Temple No. 1 day. Can yoU)) recognize Eolyn Kimbro
Circuit Court Judge Ralph Cullen defeated his op- Tracy Farrington,
ponent Jack Turner. For he School Board, district 1, (State chartered) Stanley Robinson, Emanuel Hutcheson, Tug Coverson,
George Kershaw?
Know .
James H. Hendrie won over George Harris. In District 3 Thyrelt.St.
-- John 4:2414:12: miJJLUJUiUl: J,iiiMfiiyfrTii: '.. ..... ...JI".z..JrT.'T.lI", _.... ..
George Braddock defeated Mrs. Eunice Anderson. D'D'I".JI'-'I".JI.; &
Will be in \
Tampa Fla. fora
Ray Bradley.Constable for* District 1, is John Gilbert, District 2, short time only, That r rlWEbNESDAY

Jerry Garter who has served as Railroad Commis- Great Dynamic coast to JUNE 13th
sioner for 28 re-elected. coast Divine Spiritualist, ,
years was
Reader and Healer .
,. Three Metro amendments were passed. One called
for prohibiting county officials: from holding other elec- MISS P. A. BARNESA
native of South Carolina, Is ALUMNI
: .. tive offices or from seeking elective DAY
an postMetro here to help )'ou. Visit hf'-t-be :
'I ',,,, ; ,c Commission candidates must qualify for office can help y '
;., ;,} -. simultaneously with! other candidates for other county read you like an open book,
offices., solve any problem, make yon | AT THE
lucky wily, heal you of any
,The' third amendment requires competitive bids onpurchases sickness. Be sure to see thIM God Sunlight School of ,Beauty CultureAll
"mt
,of .$1,000 or more.. n woman.

f On the Republican side, Robert A. Peterson will Write her as follows gra4ates of Sunlight and other beauticians
contest'the third Congressional District seat against Miss P. A. BarnesP. /f. areInvited

Claude Pepper in November.In O. Box 2534 and urged to come to the school and seeThe

i '. Monroe\ ,County, Bernie Papy, a veteran Key West Tampa 2, Fla. latest in the beauty profession
legislator was upset. by Hilario Ramos, a'' 25-year-old Key Kindly send Mlf.addrffAed' en-
Ycloi\ and JO cents for hand, ,j
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ku GIRL SOpT: $ I
GET AWARDSSunday I :

MatfL-87Afa'i ?fcn exciting j
day ffir the' off Scours of !
Troop 503 It was theft* Second Unnual I It
Court of Awards and the many'
proficiency .badges the girls
3 received Indicated their abilities

nd skil's in this eleven program
.bI fields of Girl Scout:ng. Fwt r
A short'. and
; Impressive e'
Inspiring program, Including a w 1'C
play on the Importance of
knowing hw( to blaze a trail
and a medley- of Grl! Scout songs
were presented.Duiing .
the year there were
man persons who helped the .
troop. Theeb,' jeop'e were honor
ad at the program.The .
troop;,shod lie apprecia
ton! for having such a fine and
helpful year; in GIrl Scouting by
,,_ 'W__._ giving Mr., and Mrs. James .
Dr. McDowell Crawford the troop leader and ,, .'
tier husbandry; gift to
gratitude '',: I championship.The Gllllam Black, Eugene Garrison,
Commencement q: and L. Stokes, assistant coach.
team and the entire school
Police Academy I I wish to thank the persons who --- -- -- --
Speaker At N. D. made this tournament possible.
GraduateJames
|I
Attends Sister's
Those who contributed* are
The principal, faculty and sea Vaughan Page, House of Albert, Wellers A andO
lorg Invite friends of the com"munlty police recruit, was the ? Grocery, Amer'can Furnitureand Funeral in N. Y.
to witness a moat im. gro member (of the recent TV, Dr. A. Edwards, Dr. B.
presslve vesper service In honorof iticn! class at the Miami Atk!n>:on, Miss Barbara Wooten, Mrs. Myrtle Stevens of 1845
seniors at the North Dade o\cll ILgh School mas last Friday, May 25 I' Barber Shop, Sharpe's Service funeral of her sister, Mrs. Ida II
on Sunday June 3,
Kelly, who died in New York I
p.m. A native of Station, Downtown Barber Shop,
at 5:30
: pm. on the patio. In
City May 18. Funeral services I
finished .
Page high school Sportsman Barber Shop.
case of rain ,he service will be '
were held at the St Mark'sMethodist
hometown and was a We wish also to thank Coach I
held In the auditorium. .
the local Academy since Davis of Church, and Inter
Hay Thornton and Tot
Dr. Henry C. McDowell, minister ary of this, year Tw the Junior College who servedas ment In the Woodlawn Cemetery,
of the Church of the Open years of age and married i officials The late Mrs. Kelly lived in
Door (Congregational), a mis- also served< for two years' I| ; Key West many years ago. She I
slonary to Africa for many years Marine Corps. I I Kneeling, : Delores Ferline, also lived In Miami with her I;
will challenge the senior tlass t Jeanttn: Miller, Darnella Smith, two sisters. Mrs Ethel Sweeting
to highlights.The CLeddetta Bullard, Len o r a and Mrs. Stevens, before making ,
class them, New York her home. 'I
"Youth Moves Strong, Jan Thompson.
Upward in a Universe of New L : Standing L. S. Walker head She leaves- to mourn five sons,
Conquests" will serve as the conch; Julius Brown, Arthur two daughters, four sisters, nine
gocal' point for the message. McCarthy, John Cummings, Wll. grandchildren and a host of
The senior,> class wishes to Invite lIam Hutcheaon, Arnold Mobley, other relative and friends "
you to attend the following _____ I

activities Monday, June 4, Senior Class
Day 2:15 p.m.
Wednesday, June 6, Awards r $ GUARANTEED BLESSINGSi'
Day 2pm.Tuesday .
June 12, Commence. \
ment exercise 3 p.m., Dade ,

County Auditorium. b i FATHER JOHNBlessed

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students ScholarshipWhen maintain a high by Godl to minister to the wants of God's
scholastic average, exemplify 1
good conduct, and give service ( children. To pray for the sick, to ease the financial
I'
to the school and community ..; i :
______ burdens and mankind. The who
they are justly rewarded. SuchIs .. problems by man
the reward of Barbara Anita .t",li.
Drown, sophomore and the : : knows, know that he knows, and makes you know
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Lee M. .'
Brown, Sr. of 11400 Tyler St r, that he knows right away. Is now in the city of
who has been awarded summer
scholarships for high ability Miami, Fla., located] in his new permanent office at
secondary students at Morris!
Brown College in Atlanta, and 1144 NW 64th St. HU telephone number is PL 7.2802
Bennett College In Greensboro,
NC. I'I Office hours are, from 12 noon ,to 10 p.m. every dayto
Barbara) has accepted the
scholarships offered by Benett those who are in need of the treasure of God,
after weghing- values of bot h
programs. the help, thai .is from God. See this great and gifted)

man today. Be blessed tomorrow Remember the

telephone number i is PL 7.2802, office i i., at 1144 NW
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............... -- THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA ;
Junior American

IN AND AROUND I SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1962 PAGE 7 :
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Citizens Attend A

THE BAHAMAS April 30 to provide up to 100 Letter to the Editor 6
Law scholarships to Government IIi.
Day ProgramA ............... ............... School. The agreement was
--- High THE NEGRO AND TIlE (
large part of the audience. Dursel Albury was injured reached after the United Baha. TWO PAKIY SYSTEM I,
during naturalization proceed. mlan Party, a few weeks ago,
ings In court on Law Day, May n OIIIr111Y vm a NIYIMYIIf fatally and Bradley Newboldand received rejected a proposal of the Pro. It Js my opinion that in the
1, held In the Bayfront auditor. Lockwood Albury STtbsive Liberal Party to make future more Negroes. should. reg. !
mum, was composed. of. represent. Men! If you are 62 or older, serious injuries at Spanish Wellson tuition free of charge nt the ister and vote as Republicans. t
atives from. Junior American Cit. you may be entitled to social se_ May\ 4 when a huge cesspit cavedIn on school. The scholarships will be This Is both to the group's political f
i7ens clubs sponsored J o h n benefits which they were working divided evenly between Nassau advantage. The country lala
McDonald Chapter DAR. :urity now. and pinned them. Bursei was and the Out Islands. danger of losing the strong t
crushed to death under the de. two which is the I II
This reminder comes from Ed. I party system
Bunche Park and Nathan B. brie. The other two were given
backbone of form of
Young. elementary schools were ward P. Bloatton, manager of treatment by visiting Burgeon Clarence Dam, M. H. A., was I ment. If in our the South the govern.Re. I.' I
the Miami North District Office
\
represented by large numbers of and were sent to Nassau for hos. approved as a member of the
publican party was as strong as
their 6th children who explained that, as a resultof the next
grade accompanied pltallration day. Internal onal American Travel
the Democratic party, the Negro
the 1961 changes In the BO-
by teachers and parents, Agents recently. He Is qualified to
candidate would
have much
who. were their transportation.All security law, it is now possible a
represent airlines
operating
tor as well as women to Munroe 52 better chance of winning poll.
of three (were guests of the men Captain Josephus throughout. Nassau and around
Dade County. Bar Association. for draw reduced benefits at age 62. of George Town, Exuma; Mrs the world. Mr. tical office. Both parties wouldbe
the special program.S The effective date of this changewas Evelyn MrCutton and her ne. Damn gave a cock, vying for the Negro vote. The
tail at the official
August 19 61. phew, David, had a narrow escape party open. Democratic party, which has for
nee naturalization proceed. on May 4 when the engineon ing of his office on Blue Hill ao long taken his vote for grant
ings and governmental. functions When, asked If all men should the Lujcana exploded and Road on May 11. ed would be forced to support

of the U. S., the auditorium was tile for benefits at 62, Mr. Dion. the boat was set on fire near Negro candidates. Presently, Negro .
don pointed out that most Mary Ann Smith 11 the 7th
men ,
designated a Federal Courtroom Treasure Island. The trio fled In condidatea in the deep
.
for. this event. who are over 62 and &U1 work. a 'small dinghy. The sailboat. of ten children of Mr. and Mrs. South get very little support I
ing for high earnings would be Robert 0. Smith, underwent
; Horn the white when he
cruiser wo owned by Mrs. Me- group
The Honorable John. W. Hoi. better off to wait until they are Cutton and Insured.Sxty.two.year01d brain surgery at St. Luke's Hos-/ seeks office. I
land, Senior Judge, U. S. District 65 to file for full benefits. Hi was Jital In New York recently, She
Court' Southern District of explained that high earnings has returned to Nassau in per. It Is seldom if ever that 1>, II
Florida. presided. Judge Holland would prevent payment of re. !' Wllmoro feet condition. The Crippled is invited to state his. programfor it''I
spoke. to. the Junior. American reduce benefits. Moxey, local constable at Children' Committee handledher election to white civic organ
Citizens and as he Introducedthe The primary of this I Wemyss Bight Eleuthera, for case. izat.ons.: When the two party I
schools. by names, one by one new he purpose stated the past 20 years died from system exists democracy thrives I
provision, was .
their gunshot early on the morning of
representatives stood. The to enable workers who retire be.tw.fet and the aspirations of minority
printed programs listed the Jun. May 4. It is believed that he The 83,673.ton ocean liner groups are heard.
62 and 65 workers :
for American Citizens a sponsored this } or n committed suicide. Queen Elizabeth will make three i
by John Macdonald under age group whose earningsare five day cruises from New Yorkto Mrs. Lena IrvingA
low for number of
"Special Guests" I sons to start any receiving benefits rea. Nassau: had its seventh traffic Nassau next winter. The tripawill Miami Citizen

Immediately. This is In line with death for the year on May :3 be during: February and
Many of these
boys and girls March
When Felix Burroughs, 48, died
had basic social security philosophy
studied pamphlets provided at the Prince Margaret! Hoi.pltal. : Bahamian women will register
which is to partially replace loot
by John Macdonald of
Chapter detailing Income. as a result of retirementor He was run down on tho The ] Assembly on May to vote for the first time afterhe
the requirements. upon disability day before by a car driven by 10, passed two bills author. Act allowing them to do eo
ized foreign born to become natural. Rudolph Ferguson. Ing approximately. $2,763,6000 in becomes effective on June 30.
citizens. Mr. Blonston went on to say loans for the development of Registration begins on July 2.
The children and that once a man elect reduced Potter's Cay and improvementof
saw heard
238 foreign.born, payments his benefit rate will On May 7 the Houw of As. Rawson Square. The plan in-
These new citizens including had come one remaJn reduced even after be sembly adopted a committee report eludes the construction of an A recommendation for medical
from almost in reaches age 65. However, for for the construction of a Out Island Passenger and schoolsarhlp for Roger Leslie
every country the
world from all countries most men it will be many years $840,000 Government buildingand Freight Terminal, public market, Weir was made by a committeeIn
in
Europe, Including Russia the before they would lose money straw market on Rawfon and a Causeway connecting. the the House of. Assembly on May
Orient, from Canada and, from by filing early. Most men feel Square, to reverse the flow of Cay with Nassau. A new Govern 7, Weir entered St. Bartholo.
Latin America, the largest that the immediate Income out. traffic on Day and Shirley ment building is also to be erect.ed mew Medical College last year.
centage being In/ this last per weighs any possible loss. of bent'. I Streets, and provide 34 taxi in Rawson Square on the site
group. fits in the distant future. I I parking places !in the Square. of the old Customs-Treasury. Drive
I The over.all plan calls for an Carefully!
Each man had to make his own expenditure of $1,400,000. -
Births at ChristianThelma choice either to file early or to I

wait until he is 65. Blonston said All parties in the Hous of
Rosa, female, April 23. that the staff at the Miami North Assembly agreed tentatively onTOOTHACHE
Octavia Wayman, girl, April office will be able to give each 't '
24. man detailed Information on the
Juanita Cooper, boy, April 25. amount of benefit he would be
Alease Henderson, girl, April able to receive and give other.
25. facts to assist men in making rFAEE

Christabelle Ross, boy, April their decision lie urged all men Vent luffrr lII'dl'%" Cit tpttdy r*.
25. under 65 who feel that they may JM from roW lrti pain/ of tootluchi
Kelly Brown, girl, April 25. qualify for reduced benefits to foti with hit'In scents Mtlni, OM.JEI.Cuinntnd Pain/ .
Mary Davis, girl, April 24. come into the office. There he tt mon y bicfc.All(dmi itorti. -

Margaret Johnson. boy, April can discuss his individual care MR. _:%itBARKIEY'S
25. with an experienced member of
the social security staff I
Veda Johnson, boy, April 27.
Eloulse Moore, boy, April 29. (4l411
Geneva Smith, girl, April 30. DELIVERY
Janice Reese, boy, April 29. CUT-RATE STORE DRUG
Emily Hunt, boy, April 30.
Rubell Roberts girl May I,
,
Marie Bowens, boy, May 3. The Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome HA HOLD JOLUVBTTH, Manager

Cora Johnson, boy, May 2. 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376
Lola Smith, boy, May 5.
Grace Harris girt May 5. SPRING CLEANING SALE

Zora Finch, girl, May 5.
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Today I am happy I can begin been greatl>Y"lessened; Intimidation .
this column wth some very good and threats of violence to
news specially since( 'It comes "keep the Negro In lit place"have p
from Homestead Homestead >Us been greatly reduced! in
not like Miami, as many of us many parts of Jhe South housing .
know from past experiences. Be. health conditions and ser-
ing farm community, 'It is near. ViCES ,have greatly improved; the
er in I.plrit and customs to simi overall. picture of life for Ne. s
ar communities In upper Florl4t gioes in the South is much
Alabama or Otorga.: But brighter. We wont say it ia all..
progress and democracy can due to the NAACP, but we will
com to Homestead, too, because bay that it is due In large partto I
not too long ago the Howard the courage, the persistence, FRIDAY
Johnson restaurant in Home. the determination and the unswerving '
stead was da gregated. I was perserverance of the "The Glass''GetsCourier
told this by some Negroes who NAACP its officers and mem.
had already availed themselvesof bers to make a better life for "ChickenScratch"
the facilities offered by this Negroes in America.

here ru taurant.! A new era Is really SpreadLast 0 DAYS ONLY
"
week "The Glass, MI.
FREEDOM WAYS NORTH DADE ami's Clyde !Klllens, popular
I have recently come across a manager of the Knight Beat
copy of a new Negro publication SCHOOL GIVES Club, made big news in the JUNE 123COMPLETE
called Freedomways, a quarter- Pittsburgh Courier when he re
ty review of the Negro freedom' TO ceived almost two complete pagesof
UNCFThe
movement. It appears to be avery $105 stories and pictures on his

.nteresttng magazine, with new dance' craze, "The Chicken SHOW FEATURING
elections of poetry, short stories faculty and students became Scratch," which was originatedat
essays, book reviews, ,etc. But in jubilant on last Tuesday the Knight Beat Club, The
this particular Issue, the most when Clifford R. Matthews, Courier's Theatre Editor, GeorgeE
Interesting aricle I read was one chairman of the Un'ted College I Pitts published a total of six
ntltled Negro Leaders and Or Fund at North Dads announcedthat pictures on phases of 'the "Chicle.en .
ganlzatlons by Willie Callender, the drive had been succeed Scratch" !n addition to de. AdrJEE
a Brooklyn high school teacher ful to the tune of $105. voting most of his widely read kwF .
column to detailedlIs
a more -
Mr. Callender discusses many Moet Impressive was the or. cussion of the same.Pallbearers .
ganlzation of students who
Negro organizations, Including
CORE, the Black Muslims, the worked with the chairman In
NAACP, Negro children, and al making the college fund felt Hold
leaders. among; students throughout the
touches Negro
so upon
.
I cannot disagree with all Mr. .chool Their motto was,
Callender ha.s to say in his "Everyone Must ave: SomethingNo MeetingThe &
article, but his discussion of the One Can Afford to Say No."
No. 1 Pall Bearers As.
NAACP was so unfair and unjust For three these N
days students
sedation of America held Its {;?
that I really lost my temper worked in the cafeteria during
reading it. I find that It is very the lunch hour and f 29th cession May 16.20 at Trinity .
very ew, :
CME Church, 511 NW 4th
Ik criticism
hard for me to ten to tudents passed without
such as Mr. Callender writes. Another student stood giving ready St., Rev E. T, Brown, pastor

Because for someone In 1962to with information about the The No. 2 Society was hostessto
write that "a telling commentary
Negro College Fund for those this very successful cession
on the inefficiency of who asked question as to the The officers members wishto
the NAACP is the fact that the and :
meaning of the drive. :
thank all for the hearty' cooperation
position of the Negro today is given them. Bobby1Marchan ;
:
fundamentally no different from Cliff Matthews, a staunch sup. Bro Sterling Dixon, Pres. ;
what it was 50 years ago, is a porter of the drive refused to leta Sis Callie Beck,
Sec'yiOIt
misleading and inaccurate state. faculty member relffx until his
ment. contributions were made and ;,
,they contributed too Mr. Wyche RENT 1BEAUTirUL :_.
THE NEGRO the principal joined the chairman one bedroom Apt.
This is not the first blast of
in expressing gratitude and appreciation furnished' large rooms, shady
criticism I have heard leveledat
for a job well done lawn quiet. No children 1323
the NAACP will be the
nor it
for
a worthy cause. NW 58th Terr,
last, unfortunately. But for Mr. NEXT
Callender to discount as wasted JTMtjt.a.si...g.a if if IT.sr sr ir ST.ST.J a.ST.sr.sr.ir JT X JlJIZ.a.IL.II.JI.lYJTJI: JIJI..IT.z J..ITJC.'iI. TTCA
and lost the struggle ihe NAACP
has .waged for over 50 years, Is LADIES WANTEDMAKE
for him to be essentially uninformed WEEK
and unjust about the MONEY
alms and goals) of this assocla. INO LAY OFFS NO SLOW TIME MJ

tion. And when the writer of this Sell Rt 'tang Starlight of Miami Products from your .,ti et 5
article that
says "undue Impor.
tance has been attached to legal home to your friend and neighbors. We have always

decisions on civil rights," he., is prided (ourselves in offering only the best in cosmetics .
throwing out long years of courageous and home remedies at moderate prices
struggle against almost t.e t.
Immovable forces, wIth/ scarcelya Call Major Distributors

thought as to what hag gone 714 N.W. 62nd Streetor
into 50 of freedom fight.
Ip(. yean phone PL 44011 for an appointment :
<
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Now that we have reached r.l'f:1l'JT3f.IZJrr.1r: *JJIJIJ !f:1nI": ..I. 'JI..IIjy. '.lrJlII.ir II.IY;r.;r: .

the year 1962, some people are .
willing to climb onto the band ."l .> Ithe
wagon, along w.th: those who THIS.. is YOUR OPPORTUNITY! '
have been in the fight during the w ,
really tough, rough times Oth. ( V.L"" ;; PREPARE FOR
ers, It would appear, like Mr. : .J
Callender, ..now come forth with UP\\\Iq" (
CIVIL R
the harshest cltlctsm of the ( r1' $:. SERVICE
NAACP, saying It It InterestedIn
only legal decisions, and does JOBS
not understand the social and A "J

historical development of the Ne. 1'9 Q 1' :: Adm. Fri. and Sun. $1.50 ...... Sat. $1-75
gro at. all.. : AND ASSURE YOURSELF t if

MUCH am HAS assuming BEEN that DONEI Mr. Cal Ii ;: L :1 LIFETIME SECURITY THE, FRANK DUBOISENIGHTBEATS.

lender l is a Northerner, because : MEN WOMEN 18 To 50 &
4w.Z
be certainly writes: aa. a person
who has had no first-hand ex. tJ Grammar school sufficient fort
terience with life In the South. \,. many 'Jobs. Receive full Information LATEST RECORDING UNITED ARTISTS '

I think the NAACP has done a : on how to get a gov',. "CHICKEN SCRATCH"

magnificent Job during! the past 1.1. 1t- lob. Keep your present job
60 years. The past 50 yean were '. ,. '.. while training. .
not easy year for the Negro, .
but the NAACP .. MMKI MUM)tiOt tMMlH Of tOMM DANCING
gave hoped SAM
courage determination to :,....
.
hundreds and thousand of C'A.\ 2 SHOWS
10
Southern Negroes during the No Strlkes P.M.1 A.M.
years they needed tt wort. The Automattc Pay Rol" No layoff
e
and NAACP determination.gave more baD hop e Patd Sick leave Mot New Friend No Table Chargeexcept
Those 'legal Va cottons Pension
.! n'that Mr' CalJ4II1Id. e Paid wit h PaY liberal ringside
Nolidoys I
beltttlea
has An .
opened
schools,
c Kr Tralnlnjr of So. Fla.
segregation universities and colleges, ... Suite 84, 1110 NE. 103rd St. FOR RESERVATIONS CALL FR 33381SIR
transportation open North Miami
Beach FI*.
'd restaurants, aided and helped I'hone JOHN
I Wilson 5-M15MAIt SQUARE
the Negro voter so that now the .
Negro vote In most sections of I Name II NW. 6th ST. FROM 2nd TO 3rd AVE.
the South is something with
which to cope.Lynching COUPON Street iiiiniiiiiiiGot

has practically disappeared TODAY I city ..State.I ..._
t ; police b rut a lit y I OCCUPATION /
against defenseless Negroes baa --------------e Something to Sell? ? ? Try a Times Classed Ad

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I SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1962 .PE 9

Df Appreciation Dinner ,1
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Approximately! 100 persons ,
witnessed North Dade's first
"Appreciation Dinner" sponsored J
by the athletic association hon
"SOKRY BOSS that I got off course creating just the right oring the 1961.62 Thunderbird i. i-a r-t'y
course, and had jwi sitting., on tenseness to concern! to have his Athletes In the school's cafeteria

stered the edge seat of your leather uphol. flight more publicized. on May 18. '.W\It'! "'" ....

That was not the exact Quotation Being halfway in on thisamaz'ng The guest speaker for the occasion ,OX 1.7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St.'
: ride, we didn't think he i
but are words to that effect was Nathaniel "Trai"
spoken after the Man in The : would pull that stunt. We were Powell, head coach of the State \
White House got Scott Carpenter I concerned about his safety, too. Champions. Carver High School

on the phone after his' historic Well, only two Carpenters football team, who delivered a FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
havemade
flight into the ozone. I dynamic speech that kept the
the into the
trip heavens.
Some people just can't keep a athletes spellbound throughout. .r..r.t.
The
first
secret and we being inquisitiveand returned as promised Mr, Powell Imparted some of his i !,
A-OK-on the beam. Scott made
nosey as a result of rubbing his A-OK also but with philosophy ,that has kept Carver
elbows with members of the a little ahead in sports.

fourth estate (,that's newspaper showmanship. I Awards were given to the out.

work, Son) and its tributarieswe But seriously though, we were I standing, players in each sports
find ourselves gossiping fidgety when Mr. Carpenter was"lost" i area. Individual awards for
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detest folk who can't keep a se for 45 minutes and were ; "Best Player" of each field were
cret.l l relieved when it was announcedthat given ,to Eric Bain, bas'cctball: ) ;
he was safe. We really wish Freddie Kinebrew, football;
Don't tell anybody, but you see we knew Scott Carpenter al Eugene Bell, track; Leonard
we met "Scotty" (that's whatwe though, we don't dig these space Phillips, baseball. Thomas An
boys at the Prop Wash Bar expeditions in our race for the derson received the R. J, Stra-/
and Lounge call him at the Cape) moon.It chan "Coach of the Year" award

shortly after Glenn made his takes a lot of courage and Fifty-one athletes received let ? v5 4
remarkable orbit of the earth. He guts to be a human gunea pig, ters and twenty-two juniors and
confided to us that he'll have to hurled into apace riding piggy seniors, sweaters.In .

overshadow make a spectacular Glenn's We flight pumped to back not really knowing that you addition to the presentation AUDIE MURPHY-DAN DURYEA
will return relying on the space of awards, a film of the
second
him to get a scoop as to what experts surmise if x
everythinggoes annual SUSAN CABOTABBE.LANE
he was going to do but h, right. Years from now folk shown, featuring Homecoming Barbara Events WilY .
was silent as a clam with larvagltls. may, forget the names of these Miss Homecoming. Wright,

Astranouts but the outer space The menu included Hawaiian STARTS AT 7t35

Old Scottie was a sly one. He pioneering will 'never be forgot fruit cocktail, tossed salad, bait.
cut off all communications with ten ed chicken, buttered potatoes, r Ty a. '

tracking stations, pushed on, a Our hats off to Sheppard, chilled tea, apple pie, and Ice
knob and sailed 250 miles off Glenn and Carpenter I cream ) (

The waiters for the evening I

were a 'group bf energetic ninth!: MCoN
r
legs > graders directed by Mrs Nobel
Jonr I t Q
flBROWARD r I I a.Rlchaid
Miss Martha Craig, daughterof Strachan, athletic s
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Craig of manager of the Ath'etlc! Program I
SW 22nd et. and 54th ave., is served as toastmaster. ,'
graduating from Northwestern
High. Her mother is a beautician I I I 1 I I l
COUNTY at Eleanor's Salon of Beauty
MEET THE Y .NMMNMit1
AUTHORS
OF -
asa#,
NEWSA STARTS 9:1S

Washington Park
"Portraits in Color"
r 1- News A now NUNTM nMouenwlsiEt

-- It.. Cherry, Thomas Willisat
Hy WALT H liOWK: Ily MRS CASTELOW ,

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The Carver Ranches Fire Department It has been a very exciting
will hold Its annual week for the children In North LLOYD NOLAN&r.RAY WALSTON
ball at the Paradise Club in Miami Beach.
The swimmingpool
Jackson raw an MHHMMK. .::RICHARD BASEHARf .
Liberia Thursday night, June 7. opened In full blast with Byron Store -
Music by Roosevelt Parker and three experienced life guards in -
his Mannish Doys. charge. Willie McClennon of N.W. 62nd! St. & 7th Ave. STARTS AT 10:40
Opa Locka, Charles Braddox of
Miami Beach and Sam Henry of
Star Light Lodge No. 542 will North Miami Beach are the lifeguards Friday, June 1st SUNDAY TUESDAY
meet Friday" night, June 1, at -
the Masonic Temple on P.m.

broke Road. Washington Park Civic Improvement 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. I

Association held' its
The Star Light Command. ry, regular meeting, at the home of r J I I )
No. 38 meets the second and Mr and Mrs George Smith. A EU5EDIOVEL1KI.f
fourth Sunday in each month. very pleasant evening was had.A .
Kn'ght! Templar, watch your wonderful repast was served BROWNSVILLECORPORATION lT MEN USE MYNIIaI
date. Obediah Ferguson, com I
Harris i ( METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER presents
mender Ray ? very 111 in Jackson
Memorial Hosp'tal' We hope We Finance Mortgages
NEWMANGERALDINEPAGE
Mrs. Obediah Ferguson of he has a speedy recovery. PAUL
Day and sell lots aim homes
57th ave. and 15th St., West
Hollywood, was confined to Memorial Mrs. R.Dlxson, 1566 NB Anything In teal Estate ItTINNIMIlWIUMMI
Hospital last week. She 154th Terr., has returned home We Also lend money .
has been ill for sometime. from the hospital. She is recup. Provocitivt Adult
J. II. BARKLEY
s :
erating at. home I Guwssco/.A1riaoCO OR CnUrUlnmantlSTARTS

The Girl Scouts Troop 361 3095 N.W. 52nd St. i
and the Cub Scouts pack 18, Fred Allen and Faye, Alice Phone NE 3.3198 AT 9il5
Ca. telow celebrated their 10th
gave Mr*. J. Cambridge of 4028 691.5851 .
birthday Monday, June 4. Hap
SW 22nd St., West Hollywood,
a surprise birthday party on i py birthday from mother and Indf
May 28 at her home. She was dad. Mr. and Mrs. Olio Castelow, FROM. THE HILARIOUS BROADWAY STAGE SHOCKER!

overjoyed and expressed manythanks .. M.C.U ",..."n A JOSEPH FIELDS PRODUCTION sums
to the Scouts.

AIR CONDITIONED Doris Richard Widmark ds
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Seymourand Day
family left laet weekend to
attend the graduation of theirson \\J1
Freddie, who graduatesthis CAPlrOLTHEATRE r\Ff11 fi\Wl)
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week at Tennessee State. ,t il l1 c j \I
They will return after the affair,
i
The ,Carver Ranches Dears de. .:.) c.. GIG YOUNG.GIA SCALA CiImaScopI
feaed Hallandale Dodgers Sun. ON THE
day, May 27 at Dixie Park, with
a score of 6 to 2 which was!
a heart breaker for the Dodgers. STAGE WED. 9 P.M. SHOWN AT 11 tOO
The manager of the Dodgers
said if he owned a baseball cluba "SADDLE THE WIND"STARTS
hundred he won't play
years
aflalnst the Bears again. JIMMY (Salt Pork) !REEVES AT 7i32

Mrs. Winifred Cooper of West AND HIS NEXT ATTRACTION

Hollywood ig attending the PARADE OF STARSAND
graduation of her daughter, Jac.
queline, at Tennessee, State Col TALENT SHOW GER'o.llIol

Music by Frank Williams and r

Mondays 7 TIMES* TueWnys A WEEK, Wednesdays The Rocketeers CIIIItK INOO S KAMAlA llYj[

or Thursdays our house i* FEATURING SENSATIONAL LITTLE CORA -
never cold. Folks come from as __J.IIl.-

far as Richmond Height to en. Guest .tar and exceptional Miami Entertainer
Joy what we have AUnoa.ph COMING SOON!
Plus double* feature screen dhow
re!

ever Music heard that's and unlike hospitality any you've, that New Show Every WednesdayNO KING of KINGS

you'll tell your Wends about.
3IlamJ's moet Intimate lounge' ADVANCE IN ADMISSION
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA we need to know about a plscethat's "Music For YoungAmericans'
open 24 hours a day,

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1962 Y
Tim GLASS, in all his splen.

.... dor, is flouncing around like a
The music department of Mays
chlclsen with his head cut off.
Clyde snatched me by the arm High School is presenting Music
and said "Dave, the show this For Young: Americans, featuringthe
weekend is gonna be a pistol. 75-piece Mays concert band. .
Around Miami Besides having the King of the The 50-voice chorus, High Dance r
Chicken Scratch on the band. Orchestra, and special guest art
stand, the Hot Papa Turner Family ists, on Monday, June 4 at 8
'r
and Bobby "Call Me DarlingI've p.m. In the auditorium. Admission .
got two theatres with ama students, 35 cents, adults
By DAVE BONDU teur shows" Marshall (that's all 60 cents. The public Is invltted.Aldiif .

one name), I've got one of the Everette is director of
swlnglngest attractions in show bands and Elmo Sparks, director
..
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Dozen weekend. This is one show every.
IMMACULATE
TilE celebrated her 90th birthday.
body must see. And If you miss
race Js running like: wild fire. I'll write more about her for you it, well it Is not my fault. Causeas Friendship Garden

Cards are really coming in tor : after I have had my real long long as I'm at the Knight .

their candidates, and more talk with her that I have prom. Beat, I'm always gonna try to ClubThe
names are be.ng added. As we aed give my customers the beet kind WE MAKE YOUR
stated before, the Miami Times myself. of entertainment there is." Friendship Garden and
may make this an annual affair Civic Club held its annual picnicon PICTURE

and prizes will be given to the WHILE Iiiex Davis of 1281 ,Saturday, May 26 at Virginia While you wait

winners. We are in the process of HV 60th st. was ,talking on the SUMMER SWIM Beach. The affair was largely Only $1.00
setting up a program at the .hone at a service station onand. attended and was a day of fun DAVID JEWELERS

Hampton House to present the St., the attendant, Robert CLASSES SET AT and pleasure, which was enjoy. 1188 N.W. 3rd Avenue
w.nners their prizes and dance Jemps, told her not to talk too ed by all.
with their friends. To make this .ong because he'receives business FOUR PARKSSix Phone FR 4-1522

a gala evening July 4 In the Le -- -.
.: ison the pay station phone, summertime learn-to-swim
Rendezvous Supper Club at the ie reached over after) about an daises have been scheduled at

Hampton House. our and, hung up the phone. four Dade County Parks for beginners look at

The votes this week equal: nez got, the directory to look up preschool and adultsby f
j number, and Demps pulled a the Park's :Recreation Dlvls'on. .
Nat Vaughn! 216 ..un and shot her. She is listed : all the
David Dobbs 90 .a, serious condition. As of press The free two-week long classes

Hooert O. Lee 63 ..me, no charges had been plac. will begin in June and run
JUUUB Simmons 63 A aga.nst Demps. August teaching the basic rudiments 1

Ur. utiapuianjts&e 62 of swimming in an effort { wonderfullyeasy
60 I he didn't know that
Nash guess a.itizen
to remove the fear of water and
67 has the right to use a
NICK ThomasSteve make swimmers out of persons in
43 public phone all day ,long, if
McElmurry all age ''groups. Dade Park Rec.
Henry Arrington 89 ae wishes and that business calls reation Division conducts these ways to
>6 are made on private phones. I'm
Clyde Klllena popular classes' each year.
Rev. Ed Graham 28 iomg to follow up this story Parks involved in the programare :
Dr. Shirley 27 jot because of the phone, but Matheson Hammock, Homestead hair beautyand
Isaac Vaughn 22 jecause I'm still waging my pri- Bayfront, Homestead Bay'
Ernest Hayes 19 late war on people who carry front North and Virginia Beach.

Leo Armbrister ISIS un.s. Guns have got to got] I Qualified instructors will be on healff'

Robert Jackson hand to teach. Classes will be

Carl Whiams tRoy THE \'TON HOUSE con. J held dais Monday through Fri 1
PoitlerRobert I. day and registration dates and
tinues to
!
present new personall.
Paul Young class beginning as follows:'
T ties to our folk. Vince Federici is NULOX SUPERPREAPPLIED
Dr. Atk.nson in Registration for classes at
charge of the Cocktail Lounge
I IAlbert
Prince Farrington the various parks named are
vhlch
is
now called the "Le
SNAMPCJ
Smith June 9 for classes beginningJune
Rendezvous" Supper Club.
One of our winners will receive Vnce; started in the food and 11; June 22 classes June For Greaseless Hair .Styling. Just
26; July 6 for classes July 9
50 gallons of gasoline from beverage business back In 1943, July 20 for classes July 23;; Shampoo and Press. Conditions Hair.
Sharpe Cities Service station on After a hitch in the service, he August 17 for August 20.
62nd st. at 16th ave. That's just picked up where he left off and
August 3 for classes August 6
of the ,prizes. Another m 1946 directed a radio show ;
one many Registration may be made directly NULOX BASIC CREME
of the prizes Is a trip to Nassau /on WPEN in Philadelphia based at ,the parks on these
donated by Charlie North, also on the type of show that Is now date and further informationmay SHAMPOOFor
tree lodgings at' Marietta' oming out of the Hampton be obtained by phoning the
Quest House for three days plus House with China Valles behind Dade County Park and Recreation thoroughly cleansing the hair
many more other gifts. Come on the mike. Vince Is in the process Dept. FR| 3.6386. and scalp .1..N a.
ch.llun let's get those votes in. of bringing In big name attrac. I
tlons for the summer so that all rho" ########" '#' N

of our evenings may be enjoy. NULOX SHEEN CREME
Not Better Rut Best Homes
QUICK NOTE DEPT: Popular ible. As always we welcome all

Oliver Page is getting ready to new personalities In our town, ,
cut out for Michigan on a 13. and wish them much success. Ora D. TaylorRealty / i' PRESS (Water Repellent)

week gig as Ma'tre 'd at some Moisture Free. A pressing cream of f

classy hotel ., Plans are underway .
Will
for a $500 open statewide PRETTY GIIIL of The Week: superior quality. not dry out t

golf tournament in July ,to Rosetta Smith Pretty Boy of the hair 1
be sponsored by the Par and The Week: Bill McBride of Phones

Birdie Club. This will be a two- "Unlimited" Man About 759-522 Office ,
day affair and the Hampton Town: Nell Johnson (Adams NULOX SHEEN CURL. "

House has been selected as Photo Service Happy Couple 4208 NW 7th Ave.

headquarters. More details will of The Week: tAtty. and Mrs. Miami, Fla. CREME (Water Repellent)

be given at a later date Henry Arrrington. CE 5-4246 Home
Moisture Free. Will add longevityand
Sam and Dave, Roullette Record
Offering you the home in theIII't'a
ing artists, are due to make the stability to styles and will
LET'S TROT downtown to the that, you desire. Name it.
check reversion.
Nassau scene In the near futureat Sir John Restaurant where Mark We have it. Transportation furnished
the Cat and Fiddle ,M.G.
Fritz, the new manager of the to see home. Call now,
Dobby Marshall Is doing great at restaurant Is planning don't DELAY.
I special NULOX SHEENKRGAMOT
the Modern and Liberty theatres meals at special prices as an in. Beautiful homes, a.bedrooms, :a
with his amateur shows baths CBS. Tropical shrubbery
ducement
to you to come In BO
Same goes for Salt Pork Reeves he can meet you. Fritz is quite Price 10040. Terms FIIA. 970 conditionerWater
w.th his stage show at the Capitol to month. 030 NW 42nd; St.Fourteen .
new our town and la trying per ( Repellent) with genuine
Theatre barmaid
Popular ,
his level best j 1 I
to Improve
the ser.J Italian bergamot oil and silicone
Delores Coffee, was banged up
vice and the; menu. Every week. new homes, 8 bedrooms il6AMQ1
badly in an automobile accidentlast end, starting on Thursday nigat (large) 1 or 2 baths. Modern in Conditions Hair and Scalp. Protects
,
week Is now recuperat.ing : hair from the elemen" An
and and on Tuesday nights, he has cnryV4y.. Price $11,000. Down ,
at home.Expoliceman. opened his doors ,to you ,24, hoursa payment $:J-M, $23 per week. excellent groomer.
Archie Langfordis day. So before you go to the (monthly terms. if desired.)

working at the Miami Pious : Knight Beat, and after you leave Qualifications easy. Homes are
ing Authority. W. C. Bakor you know that right next door located In beautiful Richmond NULOX SCALP CREAM

r and his band finished.at the Club there is a restaurant where you Heights. These homes are built (Lanolated)

I Royal on 62nd st Dr. I, P. can always get something to oat.I lj Harmon and Armstrom.Jivt A Aids in
Davis and Atty Arrington wentto And believe me that's something light cream. eliminating
listed of the mot dandruff.
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near 7th Ave., Three large bed
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Anne: Edwards, and she just Real Estate SchoolNow A very modeduplex home
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MAP Organizes For THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

I SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1962 PAGE 11
ProductionA .
Theater --- -- -
of those who qualify both spirt
of Interested adult
group Mother'sDay
Gets tually and physically.
have organized as the
thespians
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"Today we focus attenton on
J Miami Associated Players (MAP) Citation
the p4rUrul! attributes of Moth.

., the for the Washington purpose Heights of bringing Liber to The following citation was erbood and pay homage to those
whoso hearts of love and con.
made to Mrs. Anette E McNeal
and
erty City, Brownsville Opa
have embraced hundreds cf
Locka areas outstanding enter.. by the Church of The Open Doorduring' cern
children as their own. We
very
tainment and to provide worth. Us observance of Moth.er's .
s'ngle out an outstanding representative
while outlets for people who are Day."Authentic. in citing Annette Ed.
interested In dramatic experl. Motherhood sterna
wards McNeal we, In fact embracea
from spiritual as well as physical
enoes. Edward' 1.
flamtly. 'Mother
r A special Invitation Is extended I roots. Some are Mothers I the Authentic Mother of bun. I
to interested adults to attendthe physically but not spiritually I
third meeing of the MAP Others are Mothers spiritually dreds and the attribute. shine
:;; Friday June 1 at 8:30 p.m. The but not bleat to be Mothers phy. through the daughters, who ad.
T 111 1y NR address is 1711 NW 52nd St. slcally. May the tribe Increase mirably carry on a cherished
? 1 h' + Miss Marjorie Martin 1 Is hosetess. radition. Thus in pinning this
/e At present the group la con. Orchid on Anette Edwards Me.
siderlng the night of January 16 Braynon Robinson, co-chairman; Neal we honor her as the Churchof
as the first play. Mr. James Ran. Mrs. Marian H. Shannon public The Open Door's AUTHENTIC
dolph of dramatics of North relations chairman; William MOTHER OF TUB YEAR. We
3d Dade High School will be the Sutton treasurer; Miss Marjorlo pray Ood's richest blessings upon
director. Martin secretary. Charles Baker her and the thousands of Spirt
Officers of MAP are: Thomas Is In charge of makeup. tual Mothere whose hearts of lore
Sutton, chairman; Mrs. Gloria Join the MAP'S. Theater is keep love alive from generation
MAPs business! to generation

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Butterball is skiing! Leave It high school: students for a the Radio Electronic Television
to the Butterball who takes Scholarship Loan to help fur.. Schools of Miami. Dy way of
time out from fishing on hid out I ther tl/elr education misfortune had to interrupt his
board motor boat to do some. The first request for "T h e training but with determinationcame
thing sensational. Like skiing. : Pick Hit of The Week" w a I back to; school to complete
He can be seen in action every received from Mrs. Elaine Bird his training and at present beholds
weeked at Virginia Beach. Freesport, grand baslleus, who a top position at RCA data
says she Is a constant listener Processing 'Division Plant In
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All work
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA


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r :rpt, ;,. Range aaa .J Mt. Moriah program a great success. The NEW BETHEL
r total amount raised wag $2,234.

MRS MARIAN\ RODGERS, of 2952 45. May God bless each of you.
!I N.W. 44th St., died May 28 at, Says ThanksThe Mrs. Thelma Jamerson, Sec'y WOMEN RAISE
Jackson Memorial Hospital. She Rev A. L. Shipp, pastor

is survived by her husband, Edgar; pastor, officers and lay $2,248

a son, Eddie; a daughter, Sherry; men of New Mt. Moriah Baptist 1 i ill II ,
'"Mla'
two brothers, Howard and James Church wish to express their ap. Pr+1a 1 l The 10th annual Woman's

Smith; a sister, Mrs. Pauline pieciaticmi for fine cooperation Day was observed at Greater
Samuel; and a nephew, Walter I I' received from our many friendsin New Bethel Sunday, May 20.
IERNEST Smith. Funeral arrangements are making our 8th Woman' Day Under the capable leadership of

incomplete. Mrs. Claxetha B. Cook, chairman

CHARLES E. HUNT, of 1773 N.W 1 'ind' Mrs. Laura C. Thurman, co.
70th St., died May 27 at Jackson and two aunts. Funeral services chairman, the occasion was asuclessful -
Memorial Hospital. He is survivedby will be held Saturday, June 2, 1:30: one Mrs. Josephine D.

his step-mother, Eva; his father, p.m., St.. Matthews Freewill Bap. Mackey, principal of Nathan B.
Alfred; four sisters, Mesdames tist Church, Rev. J. B. Woodley Young Elementary School was
Rena Baker, Alma Carter, Naomi Pastor, officiating. Interment will guest speaker at the morning ,
Wilson and Ruth White; seven be in Evergreen Memorial Cemetery service. Mrs. Mackey used as a
aunts. Funeral services will be topic, "A Faithful Woman,"

held Saturday, June 2, 430: pm, The evening program was an
St. Johns of the Nazarenes, Rev. Albert s a sInfants i enjoyable and beautiful pageant,
Reddicks officiating Intermentwill narrated by Mrs. Hazel Troy.

be in Evergreen Memorial I I : ,;1f' The church was darkened a,* the

1J1'J1t1'fR!'> ....... '- >I:' -] Cemetery. captains marched in carrying
i MICHELE L. GRAHAM, 10540 ,.. + .. ) lighted candles and, placed their
WILKERSON DAVIS MRS. ANNA B. JAMES, of 1325 S.W. 170th St., Perrine died in .. sacrificial offering at the foot of
who departed this life June 2, 1960 N.W. 5th Ct., died May 26 at I Kendall Hospital May 23. Grave- the altar. The captains marched
In the land beyond tomorrow Jackson Memorial Hospital. She \:
side services May 28. in groups of four represent'n/
There will surely be a day is survived by her husband, Wil- $ Lillies of the Valley( Bright
When you'll once more see your liam, Sr.; a son.t.William, Jr.; her BABY GIRL JONES was stillbornin """ ;, and Morning Stars, Roses of
loved one father, Primus Murray: a brother, Jackson Memorial May 25 and ::'*'
.,. J.oiI'IiI'! Sharon, Morning Glories and Sun
four .
Who has only gone away. Rev. Henry Murray; uncles, was laid to rest May 29. Her pa. << Glows. The entire day was enJoyed .
May\ you rest in peace. rents are Mr. and Mrs. Jessie L.' Rev. by all who attended.
ELEASE WILKERSON, Jones of 2479 N.W. 50th St. Burney
The sum of $2,2248.58 was

LEONARD Mother; E. DAVIS, Father IN MEMORIAMA BABY BOY BOYKINS, son of Mr. Celebrates FirstAnniversary raised. Mrs. Ella Cook receivedthe
;
John 1918 N.W. highest honor of being
I and Mrs. Boykins,
RELATIVES and FRIENDS.
Tribute of Love to the
Memory laid Mia Greater New
I 53rd St., died May 25 and was crowned
of Our Devoted Mother
IN MEMORIAMIn to rest May 29. Bethel and first prize for turn.
Ing in the highest amount of
The officers of the New Pro. $301.25. Mrs Wilene C. Robin.
Sad but of
Our Dear Loving Mother Memory and MRS\ EMMA ROBBINS passed vidence M. B. Church wish to son 2 nd prize with $178, and
Grandmother away in Jackson Memorial Hospi say thanks to the members and Mrs. Susie Waters, 3rd with.
tal 29. Her survivors includeone
May friends for making our pastor'sanniversary $174.
MRS. ALICE HUNTER brother and one niece, Mrs.
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a great success! on
The pastor Rev. Smith and
who this life June 2 1961 Zerlcin Coney with whom she livedat
departed I Monday night, May 20. The the entire membership wish to
Gone but not 2160 N.W. 72nd St. She will be
forgotten. I amount raised was $1,785. 10. than k all of their friends for
Asleep in Jesus, peaceful rest sent to Rockyford, Ga, where ser
Whose waking is supremely blest,. ) vices and burial will be conducted. Both ''Rev. and StetJer Burneyare their generous support and co.
operation In helping in our
No fear, no woe, shall dim that overjoyed. They want you to us
hour, J. C. CUMMINGS, well known know they thank you from h e efforts.
That manifests the Saviour's custorlan at B.T.W. High School, depths of their hearts
.
who resided at 543 N.W. 12th St.,
We power.love you but Jesus loves you i was found dead in bed May 24. He nE\'I\AL MEETING ST. BARNABAS W. M.
7
bost. will be sent to Midville, Ga., Fri All our friends and visitorsare Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor
MRS. NELLIE FERGUSON, day, June 8 for final rites. His invited to attend our city Sunday School was opened by
MRS. MIRIAM SPARROW, survivors are one daughter, Miss wide revival meeting. Prayer the superintendent, Miss Helen
MRS. REBECCA STUBBS, Mary Cummings; three sisters, meeting begins June 4 through' Trotman. The lesson was review.
MRS. ALICE M. JENKINS, Mesdames Ella M. McCrae, Winnie June 8, 8 to 9 p.m. I ed by Mrs. M. E. Culmer.
L. Chapman and Ella B. Hollo- '
Daughters Preaching services June 11'
;
The pastor preached at both
MR. JAMES W. HUNTER, wings; one brother, Mr. Benle through. June 22, 7:46 p.m. Rev.F the morning and evening wor.
MR. CLIFTON HUNTER, Cummings: two aunts and several C. Curvin of Dublin, Ga. will
nieces and nephews lIe will ben ship services, and one was added
Sons; conduct the meeting. You are to the Christian family, Mrs.
And All the Grandchildren. view in the chapel from 4 p.m. welcome.
Thursday. Rosa Roberts played the piano
r duMJng the morning and. Mrs.

IN MEMORIAMIn Richardson BAHA'I ASSEMBLY Lillian Knowles during the evenIng -
MRS. FLORENCE HOLMES a while No. 1 choir furnished
Memory of a Loving'
Husband and Father who departed this life May 30, 1959 LeDALLAS STOKES, better known Mr. George Savitt, chairman of music and the No. 1 ushers eerv.
May she rest in peace. ai Buster, of 334 N.W. 10th St. the Baha'l Assembly of Miami, ed.
LEONARD C. GILBERTwho THE FAMILY died at Jackson Memorial Hospital and Miami Times columnist, will Visitors are always welcome.
departed this life May 24, 1947 on May 25. lie leaves to mourn a speak at ,the Baha'i Center 137 Let us pray for the sick.

We loved you so, but we knew CARD OF THANKSThe wife, Edna; cousins including Mr. NW 11th ave., 8 p.m. Sunday,
you must go when Jesus called you and Mrs. Lovell L. Richardson, Sr. June 3. His subject will be:
home to rest in peace. Family of the Late and Jr. Services were held Fri "The"Oneness of Mankind." The MT. CALVARY BAPTIST

MARY GILBERT SMITH, MR. ALPHONSO WITHERSPOON day, June 1, at 1 p.m. from the public is cordially invited to 'at Rev E. M. Thomas pastor

LENIOX Wife who passed on May 7 Chapel with Rev. Emory Jackson tend. Phone secretary, FR I Phyllis Myers, reporter
C. GILBERT Son; officiating. Interment in Evergreen
1-420 for
further information.
,
BERTHALEE M. GILBBERT, takes this method of expressing its Cemetery. Sunday afternoon at 3:30: the
Daughter thanks to the many friends and I I junior church celebrated its 6th
neighbors for kindness shown dur MRS. FLORENCE SIIEPPARD, of TEMPLE anniversary. The anniversary program
BAPTIST
CARD OF THANKS ing its hours of bereavement. 3185 N.W. 43rd St., died on MaV I was successful and everyone "'
Thanks for your cards flowers, 26, at Jackson Memorial Hospital Rev. L. A. Thompson pastor enjoyed themselves very
The Family of the Late telegrams, donations, and all other She leaves to mourn a daughter, much. They wish to thank all
'OLIVIA (LIBBY) ESTELLE gestures of sympathy. Special Susan. The body was shipped to I First Sunday services will be the choirs that came to render
BRACEFULwish thanks to Rev. P. D. Brantley for the Pughsley Funeral Home in as usual. The Lord's Supper will services on its anniversary.
to express our sincere appreciation services rendered at tho funeral, I' Tampa, where funeral services will be administered during the morn We are praying for all sick
to the many friends for and,burial in Tallahassee, Florida. bo conducted. I ing and evening and the choirs members to have a speedy re.
kindnesses, donations, cards, telegrams May. the Lord bless all of you.> will sing jointly. covery. )1NEW',
and floral pieces during our THE FAMILY. MRS. BEATRICE BROWN, of Opa- The young people are prepare
recent bereavement. locks, died at Miami Sanatoriumon ing for Children's Day, June
Special thanks to the House of CARD OF THANKS May 24. She leaves to mourn 10. They will have charge of all BETHEL BAPTIST

Albert and Rev. Earl Wallace and four daughters, Mrs. Oliva Sim- services. 1671 N. W. 68th Terr.
members of the Church of God, Tho Family ,of the Late I mons Mrs. Gertrude Boodle, Mrs.I Rev Ernest Williams pastor
'. and the employees of Jackson Hospital MRS. LULA EDWARDS WALKER I Manml Vanderpool and Mrs. Ruth Cbas. Ambrose, director of Deacon Fred Williams, reporterOn
# where she was employed. wishes to express sincere thanks i I T. Coooer; one broth Bishop J. choir No. 2 returned to his post lat Sunday morning Mrs.
VANDY BRACEFUL, and appreciation to their many Williams; 16 grandchildren; and Sunday, after having spent more Walton Y. Robinson delivered
Husband; and FAMILY. friends who remembered them during 53; great-grandchildren.! Services than three months on a visit to most inspiring message for our a
I their recent' bereavement. wren! held at St. PhiP'o's! Missionin the Bahamas
Woman's
;. CARD, OF THANKSThe Special thanks to Walkers Opa.locks on Monday Mav 28 Mrs Roberta Jackson wag the Last Day program.
Sunday night there
Temple Church of God in Christ a* 11 a m. with Rev. Adam Bull'rd efficient M. C. for "Talent Un wonderful rendered was a
Family ofGod officiating. Interment In City limited" on May 20. program by
of the Late A. M. Cohen Temple Church the women of the church. The
MRS. ROSA ESTELLA GAINES in Christ, the Fort Pierce Cemetery. Woman' Day program was a
who this life District of the Church of
departed May 22, 1962 God in great
MRS. JANICE LEE LESLIE of success.
wishes to thank the J. A. Harrington Christ the neighbors of 70th ST. MARY'S W. M.
Rev. St. This Sun there will
45 N.W. 5th St.. died on May 21 at I day bo
Pastor of Mt. Olive Bap and 71st Ter., and the Range Funeral Rev H. V. baptism at the church.
353 N.W. 9th St. She is survived: Stuart, pastor The music
tist Church of South Miami, and Home. by an aunt, Mrs. Addie Joe Key of' Miss Dorothy Major, reporterAll on Sunday will b6 rendered by
all of the members, friends and May God ever bless and keep Covington, Ga. The body was shipped .I' who attended church were the No. 1 choir.

... well wishers, who were so kind you. to the Sandford Young Funeral spiritually blessed Our Love
and considerate during its hours THE FAMILY. Home in Covington, Ga., where funeral Feast was filled with the Holy
of ,bereavement. Thanks also to ZION HOPE
: M. B.
services will be conducted. Spirit and the Inspiring service
Rev.:0 W. Foster and the RangeFuneral CARD OF THANKSThe
was tape recorded by John Bui-
I Rev Paul Freeman pastor
Home for its courteous THOMAS SMITH. Graveside services
and efficient service. Again, Family of the Late for the infant son of Mr. and lard. Sunday School will begin Sis. Vera Johnson, Sec'y
thanks to everyone for, everything. ALONZO WATSONwho Mrs. Fred Smith were held in its usual hour with the .u erln. The public is cordially invitedto

If\HIJ .;THOMAS, GAINES, Husband; died May\ 10, 1962 Evergreen Cemetery on Tuesday, tendent. John Dullard, in charge. attend a Soul Stirring Revival
"CI\J :. MESDAMES KATE HILL- takes this method of expressing our May 29.INFANT. Morning service 11 o'clock, I meeting to be held on Monday
,.* t t. .' MAN,,:RUBY JOHNSON, thanks and appreciation to the evening service 7 p.m. Our pastor :. June 4 through Friday June 8
ferott lETIIEL, GRIFFIN and many friends and neighbors for DAVIS. Graveside ser will be in charge of boh services. at the church 5129 NW 17th
KATE TATE. Daughters; their kindness. Thanks to the vices for the son of Mr. and Mrs. Our men are going all out to ave. Our revival minister will be
.TMOtwr ROBERT FRED, FRANK, House of Albert, Elder C. D. Kit William O'Neal Davis were heldat make their Mea'g Day a big sue Rev. W. C. Edcar of Miami.
COLTON and WILLIE lens; may God bless all of you. the County Cemetery on Friday, I cess. We are praying for our Don't fall to bear this God sent
GAINES, Sons and Families. THE FAMILY. June 1, 1962. sick and ahutins..n man.THE .





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Awards Day was held May 24., I SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1962 ,- PAGE 13
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200 students received .

awards for scholarship, per_ Missing Person 40 years tugo, please contact his
feetaftendanca and service.
son, Willie Hall/ 1500 NE I
n ,the; area of sports, Richard Anyone knowing the whereabouts .
frown, .received a trophy for the of Enoch Hall, last seen 152nd at., North Miami Beach '
Mflst Valuable Lineman: of 1962; "u,
M1 Mack Laftlb" received the trophy
'tor the Most Valuable Back and
HOME FOR SALE
Frank Hartley received the tro. "
phy for being the Most gchfllaf-

=I- I ly Little Athlete.received Ellis letters Ayers In and football.Larty Perrino area. $250 down, $51 month. CBS 2bedroom.'.

FOR RENT '! 1221 N.W GOth STREET. Large Several seniors received echo Clean, modern, large lot. Total $7,500. Call Martin
'nodern deluxe duplex If you arships. They were Laurastlne
want something extra nice don't! Mason, the Zeta Phi Data Soror. Rosen.
.--IOOM Cottages, water furnish.J .' miss this, Directly across from Ity scholarship; Eunice Johnsonthe
et)? |10 week. 569 NW 8th St, Manor Park. EdisOrt Realty, 17* Alpha Kappa Sorority schol.

rn .tOOII, '/j N.W. 62nd St., l'L.1-2441, luMp; Loretta Hill, the Delta Greater Miami Realty, Inc.

? fi.Rental. filpAftfl 9. COMPL 't'V'> (drnished 002 Sigma Theta scholarship. June
Agency*' N.W.t"O 1F)1 t.x $b0Qdd, n Ictddcl DeGraff received aaan all-paid HI 4-6133 Nights 271.2041
scholarship to Ceaeor's Univer
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Rental collections .gproperfjf! very :
; spends Beautiful custom CBS with _'Itf.t1d< James Wilson a echo)
management, real estate mtttai
ship to Barber College.
Florida
and tile roof
569 NW 8th St. FR 7.2902 garage plus
room. Open Sunday. Call PL Robert Thomas to EJt< Angus'{!
BEDROOM furnished All 3:6261 or PL 42605.
apt. tine in North Carolina} Earl Sy"j
jtllltles. Downtown area. $18. monette Mack FOR SALE
NE 4.0500 Indt NO FIIA or qualifying. Just pay to Tuskegee;
$7,500 down and move in beautiful Lamb to Tennessee A and I; Julius I

OVA LOCKA area, 1 bedroom, modern 3 bedroom CBS $$87.00 t Lee to Talladega, Morehouse 3-BEDROOM 1 BATH HOME
newly dotted, unfurnished. month, only 18 years to .pay. To and Florida A and M. \ ,
15. Furnished $21. bedroom see call PL 6281 or PL 4-2003.
ubfurn. $18. turn. 2 bedroom Open Sutt AY. Federal Mortgage Hattie McDonald received a Carporte, Fla. room, large porch, stove, refrigerator,
Nti 4.0500 Jndf Co., 5900 N.W 2nd Ave, I scholarship to Howard Universityand and washing machine. Across the street from Manor
Spelman: Delores Higgs, Park
NEWLY Renovated furnished or 828 N.W 50th STREET. CB9. 3 Spaltnan; Anthony Jones, Florida pool.
Uhfufnished apts. Ib the. DpiLbfcka bedrooms plus dett, large dlnln4room A and M\ { Anthony Sweating, TOTAL
area near church, school carrJote1. ga 'nge. Walled Fisk Uiverslty and Florence PRICE $10,900
and shopping centef. Call Mick total. charming l home Berry, Florida A and M, I I
Ins Rental Agencr. Nti 4.0800. rear yard and patio. Edison Real I I $900 Down No Qualifying
IndtAtjl ty, 175 N.W. 62nd itt PL 12441. Special awards were given to ,
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Stanley Squire, the Harvard
.c88LfiD Z .fl ilsrldri. iiieiud.irig l l 5 ROOM, hqdse. large lot 2 bed Book from the Harvard Alumni;
.l 1lg) Hts; .janitorial., ServiSe f etc patH living t09ndining Andrea Woods the award to the Home and Income
Available for church use. Call room and, kitchen; Cau A. Kelly, sophomore girl most likely to
OX 6-0231. Indf. OX 1-0547. succeed from the Wellesley 2-BEDROOM CBS HOME
AlumfideJ j CarolYn Butler received
FURNISHED efficiency private $600 DOWN for beautiful CBS the Mist CrJieo Award and
Plus 2 stories CBS duplex completely furnished.
home 3 hue bedrooms, 2 baths ,
entrance free lights and water.. trophy( and, Alphonia F"iftny+
Ph. PL 84273 1054 N.W 41st St. No FHA, no ceived a |50 award for IIp re'l Total prlve, $20,900. $3,000 down. Now renting for
in at Call
Qualifying, move once.
1 BEDROOM noilsevfiirrilsned f } I |Hii PL, 8-6261 or PL 4-2605, open Sun Leord reporting Dean from was the cited Miami by Times.the' $223 monthly. '

thn rear), 2351: N.W. 58th St. PIt day. Federal,,Mortgage Co., 5909 Zeta Phi Beta Sorority for her
NE 5-1950. N.W 2nd Ave. qualities of "finer womanhood" FRED SCOTT, Jr.

FURNISHED room for nice couple. BEAUTY SHOP completely equipped and presented a gift and cert1 .
1 child accepted or single man. in good N.W. location. Ph. sate 1171 NW 47th Street NE 4.4286
1831 N.W. 49th! St. Ph. 633-8746. PL 9-5140, after 6 CE 6070.. Mrs Gloria Braynon Robinson;

1 BEDROOM house, adults only 3 BEDROOM CBS just the best of French Instructor received: a Na_ REAL ESTATE BROKER
Call WI 78739.FURNISHED everything. $79.00 month pays tlonal Defense Education Government ---
everything. 1,200 down, no closing scholarship for the
one bedroom apartment costs. Open Sunday. Call summer Institute In French at
couple, near Grandway. 1225 PL 8-6281 or PL 42605. Federal the University of Miami. During
N.W.156thSt. 7578228.: Mortgage Co., 5909 N.W. 2nd Ave. her eight weeks stay at the UM
she is required to speak French,
SELECTION IN MIAMI
FINEST
LOVELY houses, $18, $20 and $22 '>, BEDROOM> CBS only (June S.August 11)). She I
per week. Will sell to high class room and dining room combine will receive $76 par week stipend .
people $50 down, balance weekly, tiled bath, hot water heater. Less Government Inspected and Approved
Can pay the down payment weekly han 7 years old. Can be purchasedat
Mme Robinson will reside
J NE 6-5500. 1 week free. $6 800. Valued at 10000. Call on
5-1886 to 621 N.W the campus in a University apt. OPENLow
TU or come LOVELY HOMES
FURNISHED cottages and efficiencies f. ttnd St., Uia eah.SO Astrid K. Mack received' a
!. ffee tUlUes. 7648 1 N.W National Science Foundation
DOWN, .$ttf,a month charm stipend to attend a.1:< week Low Down Payments
321 Mo 5004.
itth WEEKLY- of ing CBS with tile roof and car"oorte cdufid at Earl ham College |
$10 tlnf rn. 1 bedroom# ,. Call to see PL &6261 or Richmond, Ind. The course willprovide EZ TERMS! LESS THAN RENT
cottage free, water and lights, 43M PL 42605Mortgage Open Su.\day. Federal Instruction In method
N.W. 33rd Ave. fear. III 6-1266. ; CO., 5909 N.W. 2nd Ave. ahd material of biology and field --0---

FRESHLY PAINTED two bedfOorrt biology.. Mr. Mack Is a BTW. In
627 N.W. 22nd STREET. 3 bed
duplex. 2750 N.W. 60th St. Completely room. C Blk., furn. Lot 7,000 sq. structor. 4220 N.W. 11th Ave. '
furnished kitchen. Hot and ft. Full price, 500000. ..... for for
rold water Extra large yard with III J WI Show 'place of the area. A bargain $13,500

fruit trees and patio. Storm shut 4801 N.W. 11th AVENUE. CornerCBS Visit the new the 'particular buyer. Huge (rooms. Garage
ters. Both bedrooms have six win. 2 bedrooms, dining room .
1 I
dows. Cool, clean, comfortable Fla. room. carporte sprinkler system DIXIE BAR
living for a nice family. Call own awnings, 2 air conditioners 1441 NW 42nd StreetNice
er at OX 6.2392 for inspection. 450 down FHA no closing costs. AND PACKAGE STORE CBS home for 012,000. Fla. room, front porch,
rlison Realty, 175: N.W. 62nd St.
FURNISHED two bedroom house, PL 12441. 1454 N.W. 7th Ave. .tile roof, hardwood floors, aluminum awnings, $400
living room dining room, kitchen Wow 1
down and low low payments-
Florida' room and car porte. 836 Rol N.W. 47th TERRACE. $450 Popular Prices Always ,
N.W. 65th St. Phone PL 8-0792. down ultra modern CBS all rm-
tom features. open Sunday. Call Ronnie and Arthur, your host. NW 45th Street
911
NICE quiet place. 1 bedroom apt., PL 8-6162 or PL 4-2603. Federal
:stove and refrigerator. 6306 N.W. Mortgage Co., 5909 N.W. 2nd Ave. Open dally 7 a.m. to 1 a.m. Lovely area and home. Fla. room, garage, nice lawn.
15th Ave. Ph. FR 1.9797 or NE Sunday 1 to 7 p.m.
4-1830. June22 $450 down
WANTED IT U
2-BEDROOM duplex apartment. GOOD'second hand barbells and
Near bus stops. Electric stove, hot lumbells or any-other gym equip 1475 N.W. 53rd StreetBest

:and ings.cold 3057 water.N.W. 61st Pleasing Street.surround Phone ment.Bullard.Call FR 9-8452, ask for Joan A friendly salesman will deal in town. CBS duplex, 2-bedrooms, one side,

NE 4-6179. J I .' show you these. 2 stoves and 2 refrigerators. $400 down $70 per
CHILD CARE month. Live free. No closing costs.
ONE BEDROOM apt. Large yard WILL KEEP children at home $150 CASH $59 MO.
and porch. Reasonable, call OX while mother works. Call OX 1-3375
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1-2428. $5,950 total, 2-bedroom,

TWO PRIVATE homes, one 2-bed- Howard. William awnings, fence, near NW HOMES WITH INCOME
room house. one 1-bedroom house:
17th Ave. and 46th St. No
both completely furn. In good Important! Please contact
locations. For additional information Jo-Anne Whitfield 263 oualifying, no closing cost, 737 NW 41.t Street

apply at 1867 N.W. 58th St. Call to see. Lovely CBS home with separate apartments, in rear.,
Bronson Ave. Rocester N.
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APARTMENTS. $8-$18 per week. Terrific deal-live rent free. Completely furnished.
Free utilities. 6332429. Dixie Y., FA 81180. You are under --

Rental Agency. ,June30 no obligation. Rewardfor OPEN SUN. 2 to 6 P.M.
1112 N.W. 77th Street
his whereabouts after
TAKE A LOOK at this 2 bedroom 1355 N.W. 44th St.
CBS completely furnished, with having contacted him. Huge CBS duplex, 2-bedrooms and porch each side.
lights and water free. No child. L bedroom CBS with porch, Lovely landscaping. Large rear patio. Many fruit

ren; $20. 2258 N.W. 58th St. Ph. carporte. hardwood floors, trees. $700 down and) live rent free.NEWSREALTY.
NE : fir condition, stove and re

43759.FOR SALE SALE REDUCEDEarly frigerator. Call to see. o

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910 N.W. 48th STREET. Very bird wins. Only $400
clean 2 bedroom CBS, dining room, down. Open. 1791 NW We arrange financing also

cool Fla. porch city sewers. Only 53rd St. A beauty, 2 bed.
FHA No closing TRIO REALTY
costs.$68.36 mo.Total, 11900. Edison room CBS. Tile roof, a i r (The Broker That Work For You)

12441.Realty, 173: N.W. 62nd St. PL cooled, electric kitchen, 801 NW 54th St. 4600 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655
jalousied front porch. 1 I
NICE 2 family house, low down PL 9-8372 PL 9-5455 (Open Sunday) 1 1I

t payment no closing cost near Fink Broker NE 5-8745 I I
' scho J, corner lot. 1331 N.W. 43th
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA May by Twilight 16P'


PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1962 I Jackson's Toddle Inn


The sounds of laughter, the

IPE-iL rhythm of dancing feet, and
gaily! colored costumes meant
that once again, parents, teach
ers and pupils of Jackson'
Toddle Inn were celebratingMay
Dy Twilight

The entrance of the royal
'family enhanced the beauty of
the entire program, THe nattd*
: soma king !BOh of Dr. and Mra.
$ Edwin Shirley, was John Anthony
Shrley.: The lovely and
t graceful queen was Catherine t11, r ifs
; + Demise McKham, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur McKham.

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Hundreds watched with antl.cipatlon .
and awe as the king, and
I I queen were crowned, and awards
were presented by they vice ,preai'dent
Mrs. Marie Drown.
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Our handsome prince was Ed*
the king and tlueeh's
ward Kearson, eon of Mr and carrying Richmond HeightsDemonstration
Mrs. Henry Kearson and our crowns on velvet pillows.A .
attractive princess was Deborah Club
consolation prize: award i
was
EVANS ELEMENTARYWo The first, second and third Sanford, daughter of .Mr. and thirdplace In, observance of Natibdal l
to Homer Primus Jr.
I Mrs. Joseph Banford who addedto ed ,
place winners were Lorraine Home Demonstration Week, June
were most impressed with the magnificence and splendorof winner up ,in the Kihg's
Ramsey (2) ; Llllle Manuel and 4 through June 8 the Richmond
the Third Annual Declama ton I ((3) Leola Parks I the coronation contest, son. df. :Mr.. and i tri< Heights Home DemonstrationClub
and the Second Reading Contests I The bearers Homer Primus Sr will hold "Open House" at
crown were
held recently. The six dynamic The judges for this occasion the Home Demonstration office,
McPhee. daughter of
I Muriel 1C.
were Marlon Johnson, Mrs. Glo. The pupils of Jackson's Toddle
personalities who spoke In the Mr. and Mrs. Whr 9d McPhee 19009 SW Coral Reef Drive,
Inn were outstanding in their
ria Learertty and Mrs. Pauline
declamation contest were Will during the entire week
and David A. Floyd Jr., son of performance of and dances.
song
hemenla Knight Llllle Manuel, Sutton I The public is invited to come
Mr. and Mrs. David A, Floyd Sr.,
The theme for
this occasion,
Leola Parks, Gwendolyn Phillips The judges for the reading who marched by th throne in and visit during open house
Lorraine Ramsey and ,contest. were Miss Eleanor Flen- "Dance Into Space" was climaxed from 9:30 a.m..to 11:30 a.m.,
George Sands. berg, supervisor cone 1; Jack as the space ship returned to and from 1:30 to,5 p.m. Canned
the planet earth and the
young. foods, hats, flowers arrange-
oters did the twist to the tune of
meats, fabric covered shoes and
"By The Light of the
Silvery garments made by the ,members
Moon
among other homemaking ,projects .

The supervisors, teachers, will be display\
g, pupils and Parents Club of Jack Refreshments will be 'served
son's Toddle Inn wish to thank from 7:30: to 9 p.m. on Tuesday,
the public for its cooperation In June S.Mrs. .
helping this to be a most successful Alice Taylor, presidentMrs.
8 \ 1n,7; h t' 'A r affair, Gladys Dawklns, reporter;
-Mrs. Donald Chapman, reporter Miss Victoria Simpson, home
1 demonstration agent.
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Donnell, special reading teach 'I Third grace: Gregory GUI, teats. LUNCHEONETTE

er; Mrs. Ql- ndena Edwards, Pamela Darvllle and Russel Congratulations are also In

Liberty City Elementary; Mrs. Bathel. order to Chartas! Weston and 402 and 406 N.W. 8th Street FR 4-5874 .
Josephine Rolle Poinciana Park I Fourth grade: Milton Dailey,
Larry Bostlck and Rufua WIl. Marlon Williams who reigned as
Elemen Mrs Rosetta Vick.
ary; i and of Day Drug Store Bar-B-Quo
liams.. king queen our May
en, Dunche Park Elementary; Featuring breakfast, lunch
took to
Activities. May Day us
Mra. Audrey Wynn, Floral HUj: Fifth grade: Cyril Thompson,
Specializing: In prescription .
dinner
Denmark), Germany Englandand and Old Hickory DAT.becne I
edu.
Mrs. Naomi Grant, special James Randle and Debra Rogers. other countries thru patent medicines and sundries
cati'on: .speech and hearing. The Sixth grade: Janette Sprag. many from 5
I dances depicting the theme, p.m.
first, second and third place gins, Howard Davis and Maggie "Dancea Around The World." \ Open dally 0:30 a.m. 12 p.m.
winner by grade groupe were: Cummings. ? FrI., Sat to 1:80 a.m. Open Frl. & Sat. to 3:80 a.m.

.. The judges found both contests t
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA ;;;;;;; tall; "reverse freedom rider"
4TH OF JULYCELEBRATION
SATURDAY JUNE ;; PUNPHUN Davis E. Harris, now at Hyannis "
2,1962 PAGE 15 I Mass., received six job of. AT
Dy PHIL O&SOFEtt
... fern, and two of Atlanta's four
large theatres on a quiet "two. ORANGE BOWLDade

AS 1963 approaches, the Indi- aweekp1andesegregated with.
out incident.On County will have the
dicatlons that It will be the
.. year
.St the dark aide, ,the' senate biggest Fourth sot July celebra.t .
of true emancipation for all voted 49.34 to forget about trying on in Us history this year.
Americans Is becoming more evi to pass civil rights legislationthis Sheriff Thomas J. Kelly told the
dent. I say "all" Americans b.. year. Even this dark cloud Miami Times today.
cause only through full liberty may have a silver lining It affords Sheriff Kelly Is chairman of n
for the enslaved can true liberty the possibility of accom. citizens committee staging a
for the enslaved become a : pushing our great goal of true Patriotic Extravaganza in the
1&CD reality. None Is so unsafe as the' liberty for all through our hearts Orange Bowl the night of July 4.
oppressor, whose dethronement rather than through legislation.We "There'll be a massive fire
is always just a matter of time, already have the laws. Let's works display and wo've ob
as history continuously reveals. obey them through our sense of tamed word from the Depart.

1......:;i. ; .......... ..............::}';. .. .,...r. ir 11'N air.'i....'r. riir:r. The idea of true liberty, in Justice and our love of Ood. ment of Defense that we'll have
this case full citizenship rights 1863 brought the Emancipa. large-scale military participation
GOD TOMORROW for all will tion Proclamation, ending slavery ," Sheriff said. "I've long
NOW ,
a few more papers before going soon come to fruition 1963 should ,
bring true felt that thl needs out.
overcoming the ? area an
powerless
to the
show.
Many questions arise concerning \ evil forces of prejudices and emancipation, ending racial segregation standing observance? of this Important
,
these. Who' s wise enough to THE 3IQ1UL OF TilE hate. As Victor,Hugo lard No tbe I'alavery of this en. day in' our country's his.
answer the questions raised lightened ago, tory '
by can withstand
STORY (Now) army the strength
both the young and the old about of an idea whose time has come. All proceeds from the event
God, Tomorrow and Now. Read Many of you dear cousins will will}go ,to the Dade County work
Eclesiastes all chapters one day come to regret because I Daily in our newspapers we SPECIAL!! of, 'thft Arthritis and Rheumatism
enlightening' Isn't It? Take for now while you are In the greentr'ou find bright, examples of the We don't have Special Nltos Foundation! Sheriff Kelly said.
example that part which says, are not saving. Now while growth of the flowers of true lib at the Satellite Lounge Why? ,<}enera| admission will be
"To everything there Is a aon" the money is rolling in it is also erty. Today I found four items: Very simple every nice Is the Jl.OO for adults and 50 cents
does It make sense to you? :rolling out. What about tomorrow a young Negro woman was chosen I same, the utmost in enjoyment. tor, children. Reserved seats are
Let's look at It. it seemed that for some for the St. Louis Municipal Nothing special could be added. 12.00 Special, sections of the
AN unknown reason some people Opera dancing chorus; the New .1 Atmosphere atmosphere and Orange Bowl will ,be set aside by
I EXPERIENCE remember IN MY LIFE disregard Tomorrow perhaps Orleans School Board voted to atmosphere. Miami's moat unique prior arrangement for large firms
.life, if a niortiing in my I It is because of the saying, "To. drop all racial bars in he first ,lounge. and civil organizations at ll.W
I
as never existed be of all
grade
morrow will take care of Itself." public schools) this SATELLITE apiece.
fore I had
a nickel somehow
Cousins
for the first time in life I there is another say. -
my and ng.. "To .
everything there is a
my nickel
were at the Miami
.
season etc.
Times
office The papers sold for
five cents to the general public The body can endure but so Are You Ready For
and for three cents to the news much. Life lasts but so long .
boys. Anyway there I was, about youth fades youth changes to
to move up in the world Yes jtge as day to night. Now you are Your Dream Home?
I was moving up. during the young strong healthy
week I was a "Bottle) Boy". Occasionally Now you are attractive. You are
I was a "Rag Boy" or m demand. You are beautiful. THEN CALLConstruction
a "Clothes Hanger Boy" Usually Life is sweet The world Is yours
I was an "Errand Boy". Now I what about companionship.,
was about to become a "News What about tomorrow. Will you
paper Boy," be happy? Will you be rich? D & H Co.
Will you be healthy or will you
With
my nickel and a penny be sick. The sound may be
given me I bought two papers. everything but the body Is not,
Before I could get out of the life Is not. You are not.
office good, I had sold out. My Inc.PHONE .
nickel was now a dime. Man, was To prepare or not to prepare
I happy? I went back to the that is the question, wheth HI 8-1119
newspaper office. This time I or It Is wise to constantly spendas
bought three papers and bad a others do, tir whether it is
penny left over t stepped put of wiser to live It Up today of Every: house t individually designed and built accordingto .

the office into the reet.. Before sacrifice and save a little for la. desires and needs
1 COUld say. 'Miami ter. Since your
Times' I had we will riot always be
bold out My nickel was how 16 young or able to wbrk and make
cents. Can you imagine me a boy money while we are let us D&H CONSTRUCTION CO., Inc., does NOT build
about ten years old receivingsuch save a little. OK. God.
thrills, t would never have project homes. ,
'May God bless cousins
easy.believed Imagine making sixteen money cents was and*o I give all of us understanding you and_ D&H CONSTRUCTION CO., Inc., builds only

had just gotten started Cousin.-- ._ DELUXE CUSTOM BUILT homes and can build youa
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t returned to the Miami, TimesOffice three bedroom house on your lot even if it is only
I
: And bought five papers.

bfttoTe long I was ,the proud 1 1114 ACRES forty fet wide.
owner of 26 cents. I was In the

big time. I was on my way up.I ALL D&H HOMES CONTAIN THE FOLLOWING
was in "Orbit". Then I noticed
the bright light neon sign PALM BEACH FEATURES WHETHER THE PRICE! IS $10,000 OR

urge(the Modern to spend.Theatre Why )not I got t was the 375 $20,000. TO OWN A D&H HOME IS TO HAVE a

making plenty of money. I figured THE BEST. )
I could go to the show en.
joy a flick then come back 'leawtt M/ sill swstA, Only -/ .
J7S full lit 1\4\ 1ft The following listed feature contained in D&H HOMES
on .the set and sell a few more tract h ,.11II INch ClUAtr .l stI.M are a
smIIM 1,1,5 MIMIL DitoIOU" kitchen cabinet in color choose I
a.penVhy not? 0 Factory built any you
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ftt ". ,
cently wnP l.... 5.td n.dsds 0 Oak hardwood or terrazzo floor with inlaid linoleum in kitchen
Suddenly
I no longer had the ...
''''111 1000 pre .hew haw c.
'Urge. The urge had me I filII IMM. t. 1r.gnss.. 1M N, 0 Large bedriom with sliding door closet
Vas fA the movie. My quarter walk III N. N III 1.waa car. Cuban tile front porch in color choose
CI.., tlnrnwIM, satin .,...... any you
was now 20 cents pop corns He "''''''', lie d.1II' lath. 0 Wrought iron railing on front porch
Why not..,Now I had only 'lit War,,,,,, DanM AIddssthNpt i
fifteen cents. Alter I had seen /Ia1NI/s; aria fM =".".:- r 0 Awning windows set in rust proof aluminum frame
the complete picture once. I bf.rsnt.s Miami/ 5..cIONmw NMI.ml 0 Tile or formica sink and drainboard !In large kitchens ,
should not leave I was ex- If CMIIMr, Mol. in kitchen
SONof ...".,., Ctmt Se eur 0 Built-in food cupboard :
cited .
Intermission candy sills for fun' WOI'IIII/oft./ mwnMd Tile bath with bathroom fixture in color chosen by Owner :
0
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Why not? Now I had only 10 .Ior slidM N we all mall'
cents Midway of seeing the pic "InfNewttom Ie pr..If,"Yw,'''pfsf II N.dm. ao, 0 25,000 B. T. U. Gas Heater installed
ture for the second time I decided 23yIN/wMt Mol. 0 Telephone Outlet

it was time for moe to Net Ratner Storage shed and wash
leave. On the way out I bought Realtor 0 room
a soda. Why not? Now I had exactly M.B. Federal Bldg. 0 Carporte or garage (optional) ,

what I started with' five c.w UnwteWnMnftME 0 Large linen closet, large coat closet, beside large bedroom closet

cents. 8.5664, 0 Barrel or shingle tile roof (optional)

1 was not worried. I could eas Miami; Beech Honda 0 'Interior if house plastered and all rooms painted colors chosen ,:

'ily start over again. Why not?, by 'Owners

'the'Why not? Why not? Because 0 Exterior of house painted color chosen by Owner
Miami Times office was
Miami Times Ads
'dosed. Then I stood full of re. 0 Overhang on roof to keep rain away from window :

:'grets. If only I had had insight. 0 Slump brick flower bins at front of house color of brick chosen
It only I had saved .or ,sold Get Fast Results by Owner '

I Circular walk from front I
-- ------- -w w 0 street to entrance

"Living Service for the 0 Concrete clothes poles with aluminum clothe lines-Garbidor set :

I! Living"w in ground \

0 Venetian blinds-Glass shower door enclosure double compart-
rw
ment sink in kitchen

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.. Oscar [. Range funeral Home to see that we can give you all the terms listed above.WE t

M. Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range Mgr. '
HAVE BEEN IN LIBERTY CITY, COCONUT GROVE AND
5727 N.W. 17th Avenue
BROWN SUB BUILDING HOMES FOR COLORED FOR 15 YEARS
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I",, THE MIAMITIMES -: MIAMI, FLORIDA Amateur> Nights. As a showman dying loyalty: to BTW and the Personal Mention
has long His association. Plez has built the
Bobby come a way.
f PAGE 16 SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1962 I entertainment chores have been alumni into- the! biggest high Mr. two and children Mrs. Phillip, Glenda Petersonand and
mainly with Clyde Klllens and school club'ln"Flbrlda.: ; .
hIs 6th St. spot.. Clyde ,promoter Every year at thin time students Phillip Jr., motored to Atlanta
" 'and :Bobby, entertainer and former' students of Ga. Friday to attend the gradu.
ation of their daughter and ais.Ur .
have stuck closer and longer BTW look forward to the festivi
,, than any others in (show business tied that attend these reunions Phyllis The Petersons ex.
in the local song and dance even sudenits:of the oher schools pect to visit their parents in Co.
' RE5Stl circle. loin In the gala times when old lumbia S. C. before returning
Clyde and Bobby! Each is classmates get together. It's a borne.
good ,for the other. Good luck! good time a darn swell time!
Leading off the celebration is Mrs. Marie Taylor a former
::1\I I KNOW MOST everyone 'in a program in ,the auditorium Miamian arrived here to vie. it,her
mother who L* ill. Mrs. Taylor lathe
:1r E'R show business has heard about where speeches are made old
PIN QX Dot and Mop Dudley (not the students slap each on the back daughter of Mr. d.Mu..
ClaIr of Miami I
I St. Hall n.
honors bctrtowid
r TV characters). The pair over at upon parents
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I Bill Harris hangout at t h e and fellowship prevails. Then a
Satellite Lounge are featured I few short beers and a party at understand this auditorium has
haven'tmet at 1398 NW 55th Terr., Is a
JUST IN CASE you : there Is Shaddie's Tavern the favorite No
lassies science teacher at Mays High.Joy's nightly. Sunday a special I another Jim Crow policy -
the other four young educational background be matinee ishow along with a after program get together spot. mired fights. I wonder what
seeking the crown of "MlleAlpha" Jacksonville where she going away party. It's too hot for Then the "hey nonny" climax! Citizens Committee operates thatgym
I present them herewith. gas In Dot have about two The cream of the
attended Haven High and they more four.day re. T ? ?
Boylan
to where weeks before that Manhattan en. union, The night Joe and Jane
I am sure ,your eagerness Bethune Cookman College
make the Scholarship Drive the she graduated with the 11. S. de. gagement.. Sneak out one night College and "Just finishing" fftu. DtVEA IJOXDU is talking,
I moat successful yet will lose no gree. and dig what's happening dents await! The grand exciting writing and selling the Idea, of
time and effort to contribute to My 'Mother lost an election! The Reunion ,Ball at the Harlem his "Immaculate Dozdn," the re
the recently extended drive to first time in 24 years! For those Square Hearts are light cent addition of Austin Burke
two dozen semesters she has Twisting everybody's twist- .
enable students to become more among the benefactors Is another
di 6t been an ardent supporter Of ing. That's Alumni fteunlon!
familiar with the effort stressedby d notch In Burkle's promotion .
the Alphas' aim of ,better Bernie C. Papy old man of the Yes sir it's really a grand Johnny Lomelo'a! King
Keys In the Florida House in time; However behind all this
scholarship and higher educa. O'Hearts home of,Sam and Dave
fact. I doubt It Bernie' could frivolity is the serious business popular Roullette Recording
tion I hib have found another faithfulas of making
as money. Money which stars are weekend headline
So meet the future Mlsa Alpha Rowena Finder. Times are is donated yearly In scholarship! Sweet Heart of the Club is E.
: changing Mom: and we must to'graduating students of the Lois Foreman who returned last
change with them. Incikntaly school. That is ,the main objec week to the popular stop, along
1i1 Mother visited here for Mother's tive of the Alumni Ball on June with the Sam Early Organ Band
Day and I drove her up West 8. So get your hat and coat and and the coming of Solomon
Palm to see "Red", her young. go collegiate with Pleze and his. Burke June 23 and 24 '
s est daughter where we had a co-workers. You won't regret It. Floyd Bethell Sr. and Luetta M.
; swell day. Frances!, that's the ,A YOUNG FIGHTER was of. plover are mailing wedding invites
Hb Mrs. Ella Mae Wyche 1817 eldest of the clan, had to take a fered a "break" in a certain dated for Saturday, June 15t
1 NW 69th terr., is a Bunche Park short way out at the close of the auditorium in Little Riven He St. Paul AME in the Grove
nki Elementary Instructor. She is a evening: (she's 111)), However called off the engagement when < A card from Hortenee and
Miamian having graduated from mother talked about how they he found out that Negro fighters Jimmle Lucas post marked
Allen University in South Caro. were going to win the runoff.It were not allowed to come down Saratoga Spring, N.Y. shows
Tina with the A. B. degree.FltANCF..s was very close Ole Girl O'mine the front aisle had to use the laces visited. Montreal Ndw-
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PRETTY YVONNE MASSEY, the lucky digits, but are the
of 2422 NW 77th Terrace is the
classes to reunite June I 5 and 8 1t&and
efficient secretary of the Adult at Booker T. Washington High New Homes I
Education program at Northwest. School.
cm High School. A native of a Elliott J. Pieze perennial prexyof BEDROOMS 2 BATHS FLA. ROOM
Thonwsvllle,. Oa., Yvonne
grad. I
the Alumni Association deserves
uate from Bethuee-Cookman Col. much credit for his un. Open Sunday 2-5 p.m.
lege with a bachelor of science Owner at 1430; N.W. 59th St.
degree' in business education. Lot 140 feet at 2161 N.W. 59th St.

Thanks For Your Home, good income, duplex, 811 N.W. 57th St.
lots for sale.:Corner. ,70x140 and 100x105

Many others in Liberty City. Save money. Build to order
S. SCOTT, 1837 Support 1 II
r?'; 1 NW 50th St. Is a Nathan Young S. BARON JE 8-1340 JE 24343
Elementary teacher. She graduated sincerely hope that I serve ,
: from Randolph High of
Cuthbert Ga., and received herB. wellA.
S. _degree from Morris Brown you

HOBBY MARSHALL Is one of Frances' Henderson We Have Moved !

the most active M.C.'s In town DemocraticCommitteewoman
\side from his main stand at the

; Knight Beat he paces the boardsof We have a new home. Let us help you buy your new
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CASSANDRA BYRON la a the Modern and Liberty I
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I: Daytona Beach cube who reside stages, in charge of their regular home today! Drive by these homes, then come by our

office. We 'will help you with your financing.

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5TH BIG WEEK
1-For the professional person. See this 3-bedroom,

1 I 2 bath home with Florida room, air conditioned,
The Father Didn't'Do It The Son city water, sprinkler system, car porte, wall to
wall carpeting-Only $800 down.

Wouldn't Do It, The Apostles Couldn't 2-1351 NW' 45th Street $600 down

Beautiful corner duplex

Do It Who Did It ? 3-5910 NW 7th Court $400 dOwn $72 month

Near Shell's Market-bedroom, 2 bath CBS
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w 'SUH. JUHE 3 7:30: P.M. I 4-1440 'NW 44th Street $450 down,
a 4
t 2-bedroom, Florida,. room

AT 5-819 NW 45th Street $83 month \

Beautiful bedroom home, large lot, Florida

4 THE BIG room, air conditioning Carpets and drapes

6-7753 NW 10th Avenue $450 down

I Beautiful home with an income

::t t GOSPEL TENT 7-900 NW 43rd Street $750 down

.",,; .. < I Brand new 3-bedroom home-Move right in
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($ j N.W. 2nd Court & 17th St. 8-2120 Huge NW 4-bedroom 50th Street house with an extra$395 lot. down Good

n (DOWNTOWN MIAMI) for a church or rooming house

A;, Man's Mind is Like a Parachute, It Is No Good 9-1928 NW fi9th Street $99 down

Unless its Open-Come hear an eye opening Good house for 2 people. Move right in

gospel.

e) Pictures About Christ on The Screen Every Night
We Still Have a Couple of ChurchesFor
Listen to "The Spoken Word" Sunday WMBM
E.C Ward, 'Speaker 10 a.m. Sale in Liberty City


BIG HEADLINE SUBJECTS 'r .(A) We have over '400 others to choose fromB

Mon (June 4)-Ghosts, Spooks and Haunts. Who are they? I ( ) We are open Saturday and Sunday, too

TUE '(June. 5)-Do The Dead Know What The Living are Doing?
(C) Call us and we, will come to pick you up to see
WED; (June ti)-What is The Soul of a Man?
THUR. (June 7)-The Joke That Tickled God. What Was It? I the homes we have for sale

FRI. (June 8)-The) Great Day of Judgment. How Near Are We to it?

,SAT. .(June 3)-Big Sabbath Celebration Service-9:30 11 a.m. Ford Realty Inc.

(Free Ice cold fruit! drink for all) ,

C. B. Rock *.- Ministers Calvin Robins*i 569 N.W. 54th Street PL 7.2559


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