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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 30, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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39TH PEAR No. 44 MIAMI, FLORIDA SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1962 16 PAGES -,TEN CENTS, : .

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I Federal Court Orders University Of Action To :Be Taken In ,




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U. S. District Judge Sidney Mize The Congress of Racial Equality opened many of its highway restaurants ,
was ordered by the Fifth U. S. (CORE) is now holding its national I to Negroes." I I i iI' "I

: Circuit Court of Appeals on Mon- convention at Bayfront Park Audi
torium.At i
lay to issue an injunction directingho the opening session on Thurs
University of Mississippi to adult day it was announced that CORE
a Negro. will stage a national drive this
summerto win jobs for Negroes in
The appellate court at New Or Sears, Penney's, National Food, A.
leans ruled that MizeJurned down &' P., and other major retail stores.
Charles R. Oldham, leader of the
1 the application of James II. Mere
TI>ya + +"tfa. dith solely because he was a Negro: 44,000 member organization said:
The 'year-old also an M.U. "This is'our year of action in the
grad, denied th jurist areas employment, transportation -
and housing"JAMES 1
The;:suit was\ brought, by Mere* 1. 1 { el f
dlth<.17 .months ago. At a hearing 4rI
in February, Mize ruled that he
was,rejected Oil non.racial grounds;

Iri \\rjilng the decision, Circuit \ '
Judge ,John Minor' Wisdom said: .
"We see no valid* nondiscriminatory \
r reason for.the university's not
accepting Meredith." From the moment ; i
the I institution discoveredthat
Meredith was a Negro it engaged 'f fP
"in a carefully calculated I'I'Tho

campaign of delay harrassment, ., '., ', ,: ,,,
-- and masterly inactivity." ,' rl ,;

Runners-up in the third annual City of Miami vehicle Meredith has six more credit, ; Dick Gregory, famous TV com
: < edian, will speak at the convention I
hours[ before he graduates from :: ; !
Road-E-O were presented with portable radios by Mayor j Jackson State (Negro) College. and also give a benefit Performance \
Robert Kind Uiffh,"AWrd:from Mt,Winners, are 'EarnestL. : University officials, ,.ald\tMt"1the at tho Knight Beat Sunday -

Kirkland, sedan; 'Charles W: Roberts( ; motorcycle;'Mar transfer,would cost, him half of his I n1gM'' ( AHarry" i ,, ,. ....
vin GarWood, Tighe truck; and Oscar ITendrkks, waste : credits benefits.A .and his GI educational tio'tden/Mlami; ? News. columnist -

truck. Not shown is Nelson E. McNair, heavy truck. -. author, lecturer and pub- J,.
Usher of The Carolina Israelite
Miami-Metro native: of Kosciusko in Central
News .Bureau Photo. Mississippi, where he owns three will be the speaker at 8 o'clock tonight
farms, has a wife and a three year. (Friday) at the big public
old son, Meredith says he is financially meeting' The "Freedom Riders"
able and does not mind M M film will be shown to the audlenre.
Publishers Ask the delay. FARMER Dr. Martin Luther Klna! militant
Immediate The officials of the universityand CORE National Director I integration leader, will be the
state will appeal the decisionto CORE National Director James main speaker at a luncheon at the
the U. S. Supreme Court. Farmer said "Florida is not a great Hampton House Saturday afternoon -
problem because it has already .

Confirmation Of MarshallThe -- ,
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lishers' Association, Saturday, called American, W 0. Walker, Cleve- .) .;. '' ,,,' :
on the U. S.. Senate Judiciary hnd Call and Post, and Carlton V; "4' ,'"' 1I" ,:: ." :' ]" ",,
Committee to confirm the appointment Goodlett, San Francisco Sun-Re. L" ;:

of Thurgood Marshall as I porter, were elected to one-year :', ,,,,,
federal court judge Immediately terns on the board directors.' <111i'"i \
Condemning the long bold up o! '
Mr. Marshall's'appointment to the Elected to two-year ttrnis were
Or\C. B. Powell ,New:'YorkAmsterdam
Second Circuit of the Federal
Court of Appeals, the publishers News Emory' D.. Jackson, An ff
World J
declared Birmingham and ThomasW.
: !Young Norfolk Journal and
"Mr. Marshall is eminently qualified Guide." S e 1 K ''IW
and this of justice
travesty
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should not be allowed to continue." John H. SengstackeChicago De < ,
fender,;Frank L. Stanley,' Garth C. ,
The resolution was adopted at 'V;
Reeves,'Miami Times were picked : '.; \\j.Y'
the final session of the 2nd annual 1 :
convention of NNPA held at Morgan to serve,three-yearterms! ;/>n the ,!Iv1'i; i ,.,, M
board.
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TO'. MEET :MIAMI
The publishers agreed to send IN -
copies of Ch0'rwohJHon I'to President ,The association's ml4-winter ..
John F." Kennedy, who appointed workshop will be held in Miami ,
Mr. Marshall while the Fla.,'January 25-20, with'the1 Miami
Senate wu in 'adjournment and to Times as hostIU1D63 ', ( -'I"_: iI ::
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Sen. James O., Eastland (D?.){ &), convention will)move to GRADUATES Mar.,
FAMU LAW -
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Michigan, +
left ; of -
will;',be,,host. ry A Cellln ( ) MtmpblVTWM.
executives also voted to ., am* Henry Thompson of. Greater Miami Chapter of I I
urge other members of the com The AFRO-American hosted this I yibrmt were warded bachelors oflaws I f
Links Inc climaxed its search for Court Te
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mittee to take action' and pledgedto session where more than j 56 executives ; d 0rew from Florida A 'and the Gifted and Svpram* ,
ask congressmen from ,their participated. M University recently. Academically
areas to push for confirmation. with Talented an interview Minority on Youth the air.program This finis! OR Sit-in DasH

CENTENNIAL CELEBRATIONIn recent broadcast was over Radio The U. S. Supreme Court agreed

other business publishers took Finder Loses Plea Owes Station WMBM. The chapter's Monday to rule on appeals,by .....
under consideration plans fur its ; president, Mrs Nathaniel Colston in demonstrators convicted under
centennial celebration marking the gave a resume of the project and the trespass laws, and to look into
106th anniversary of the association Mrs. Charles/ L. Williams interview the case of racial demonstrators
Uncle
Sam TaxesA
next year. $331,503 ed the Miami Herald's Silver convicted on charges of disturbing
Knight Negro Runner-ups: Louise the in
It unanimously agreed that peace a segregated amusement \
all members was would cooperate in Federal"court,juiy.of il men Aug. 31. 1D51 to Oct. 31, 1958 and Coleman Mays High School, in the park that Is privately owned. ,
1 the'celebration.. and,one trojBea'on' ",Wednesday after took in $t.m.8I. field of Mathematics; James ,Bow Before closing Its term Monday,
defers ,fer tame ;ate a The JBS-aald &u. meet aa ex- ens, Northwestern High School in the court announced that iUwouM
John IL-)IarpIeo, ;HI ptcaUeat half hours,*held Stan**,G.Ttoder die tax of .$187,389 plus fraud dtteenship;'Loretta Hill Booker T. hear the cases in its new term in <.,..
AFRO-Ameelcan, was tee tee uv and his'sea owe ?fcbe'yeveroment penalties and interest. Washington High School In Science October., v
officer elected. He was named vice $331,503 in taxes on,their,,gambling, ; Otis Armstrong, Mays High Trespass cases Involve the asserted
Pinder, who is serving five-year School, In 'Athletics Laurattlne ,
president returning to office were operations,; a ; right of a proprietor to re
E. Washington Rhodes. PbiladelpbU term for gambling while under asuspended Mason, Booker T. Washington High fuse to serve anyone he does net "
Tribune, presidentj Harry The PJnder claimed' that they sentence was led to a School, in Foreign Language and wish to do business with and the '
Alexander, Cleveland Call and made only |66.. on. jMtbUng. cettin l Uw U. S, Marshal's office Julius L e, Jr., Booker T. Wash contention the proprietor may afc
Post. secretary; and Mrs. Naaaie from July J9 to Get .. 1166;' but after the verdict His son, who ngton High School, the Silver? the state to arrest and prosecute 1
Mitchell Turner. ,. St. Louis Argus, the Internal Revenue"Sendee said owns a ranch in Okeechobee, had .Speech winner in the field persons who refuse to leave hIs I Ij
treasurer. that they were ioibustoefs. from no comment. of and Drama. premises.
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Federal Jury Indicts Perry Constable ,. PAGE 2 SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1962

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I for Death Of Youth J Florida To Get IntegratedPro \

FootballMiami Bombers, served as Master of Ceremonies .

TALLAHASSEE. FJa. The President of the branch is the for the occasion.

death of Perry, youth Rev. J. C. Bentley, Miss Juanitaj Bombers IntroducedAt An Interesting film of ,
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young ;fla. \t. Bell is secretary and GetirgQ/ I the Bomb
Trilled by a Florida Constable last I Evans is chairman of the political Press Luncheon ers in spring training was shown.
r May 5, has resulted in the suspension action program. They are calling I The film pictured a number of
: of Henry Sauls, the Constableand on Negroes throughout the state to\ Members of the Miami Bombers.Miami's I local young men who will be seen
his indictment by a Federal them in making Florida free newly organized professional i in action with the Bombers during
'Grand Jury which convened_ to join citizens. I football team were formally the coming season. Among these
Var" evidence last Tuesday (June introduced on Wednesday after were: Elvin Dean, James Muttl-
:19)). -- noon at a press luncheon held for more, Rudolph Sweeting and Tex
the team at the Sky Room of the Ferguson.
Sauls was suspended by Florida's Personal Mention i upont Plaza Hotel in downtown
Governor Farris Bryant who stated Miami. Representatives of local The Bombers' Coaching Staff is
Willdam E. Wade, Jr., a graduate
that the Constable has lost the pub of the Class of 1962 North newspapers, radio statoins and television Toronto composed of Chuck Klein, of the
lic confidence and was guilty of in. stations attended the affair. Argonauts, Carl Mosso of
Dade School also
High and an
the
competency in office. An earlier University of Miami, Thomas
Grand Jury called in Taylor Coun- apprentice printed of the Miami All teams in the league are integrated Stewart of the University of Miami
tv by the state refused to indict Times stationed. at LacklandAir and seating at all league and Frank Vitale of Cornell Uni
the Constable for the shooting. Force Base, San Antonio, ,: Q games will be without segregation. versity. Nathaniel "Traz" Powellof
Texas. Also two ltin Intends. Fred
W9' Responding on the occasion Carver High School is the
However, officials of the Perry Ford Jr., and John) Jryor of were: Miami City''' CommissionerDave team's player agent.
Branch of NAACP and state officials North Dade. j
Kennedy, who represented The Bombers will
Association continuedto play a 10 game
of the
city and Dean Russell A Has-
the, schedule starting September 8, in
Also for the
press for an investigation byFederal leaving Army on i
co, Commissioner of the Florida Jacksonville.
Other
games
of another former Miami away
Authorities because a Tuesday was -
belief that the Taylor County Times newsboy, Fredi Clark. SPEC. 4 JOHNNIE J. COLLIER, Football League, of which the from home will include: October 6,
Grand Jury would not indict Sauls. Clarke .goes to Fort Jackson, S.C. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Collier Public Bombers Relations are a part.Herb Lowe at Key West; November 3, at Day.
Director for the
tona Beach; November 10, at Or-
Souls claimed at that hearing that of 16421 N.W. 18th Ct. in Opa-
h) killed young Joseph Dumas accidentally Just about the coolest thing you is lando, and November 24 at Ft.
locks, who now a member of the Lauderdale.
while stopping the Dumas can do on a hot summer night Is
Truck to make an investiga stop by the Satellite. Always Paratroopers, will soon return western High School, Collier is tember 15, Jacksonville; September -
tion. lively house 7 niter a week. Music a home on furlough to visit his now in training at Ft. Lee, Vir. 22, Ft. Laudardale; October 20,
and atmosphere out of this world. parents and other relatives and ginia, assigned to Company "C" Orlando; October 27, Key West,
Constable Hospitalized SATELLITE LOUNGE friends. A I960 graduate of North- Airborne. and November 17, Daytona Beach.
At Tuesday's session of the
6222 NW 7th Avenue
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Grand Jury meeting Sauls was conspicuously -
absent. It was reported .
that he had been confined in a

Perry hospital as result of a heart '&t'"
attack. '
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Dumas, who asked Sauls "why '''''
did you shoot me, I didn't do any. brewed .I
thing" while he lay on the ground ;11. 1

following the shooting, was a pass. t .. i. 5'
enger with his brothers Charles F.
and Jerry Dumas. Also riding In

the pirk-up truck was a niece, 11- for that J ::. lea .
year-old Joann D. Williams They i.
were returning from delivering a
used television' set at the home of 4

their aged grandmother.Sauls .

stopped the truck and ordered wonderfulworld
Charles, the driver to Ret
out. Charles showed Sauls his
drivers license and was ordered to
write his name. Joseph got out of
the truck and was standing behindhis r
brother when Sauls remarked
some sense." Ha ordered Josephto "'
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get back into the truck :
ceased to pet back into the truck '
but stopped him, pulled his pistol : of leisure"Satisfy
search from his Dumas.holster and began to : : :


Saul removed a small: knife I
from Joseph's pocket an-I{ according your leisure thirst <;'

"Ndon't to the brothers move. If told you do Joseph, I'll with Old Milwaukee, the one beer a a Yk s ,

kill you." "It wa at this time that brewed with a special lightness

the gun went off," Charles said. that never sacrifices flavor

The dead youth tried to make it Ask for Old Milwaukee! 4 'r ,
to the Constable's car but fell.
Sauls called on the two brothers to ,9 4:
nick their brother up and put him
n for car. lift rarHoert for an am- .
butane and told the dispatcher to
send "Burns, I Just' shot a N-." f1M .
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Young Dumas died in the Doc >
tor's Memorial Hospital in Perry.I
Perry Negro Citizens In Drive
To( Register 1,000 i iA

Since Dumas' death, the NAACP
his organized a branch in
Th ir main project for the years
to increase the number of registered
Negro voters in the County from'
210 to 1,000 by General Election. 't tt:4t'ft
Thus far they have added more t '
than 200 persons to tha books to
swell the number of Nrgro voters
in Taylor County to an all time \ :
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA: '

SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1962 ,.PAGE 3 Grady Hospital In Atlanta Sued ,: \

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Florida NAACP Branches To Desegregrate facilities' 'i t


\ Off To Atlanta Convention Atlanta's largest medical facility Committee. Such exclusion, the/protection clauses ot the Fourteenth
" Grady Memorial Hospital, was I complaint charges, denies Negroes], Amendment the. due
"A record attendance from Agency, will receive !she Spingarn sued by NAACP Legal Defense the right "to participate in choosing process clause of the Fifth Amend.* J I
Florida is expected: at the Nation- Metdal. Others //Who will be Fund attorneys this week to de- governmental officials ot the ment to The U. S. Constitution. I
al] convention of the National segregate its facilities. State of Georgia. !
Association for the Advacementof heard and seen are Dr. JamesNabrit No date has been set for a hearing .
president of Howard The Atlanta complaint asks foi I The desegregation action Is '
Colored People it convenes
in Atlanta, July"" stated University and former Dean of. desegregation of the hospital's I based on the due process and equalPlaymakers
Rev. A. Leon Lowry, Florida the law school where most Negro dical and dental staffs, its me-I I -
State NAACP president. lawyers have graduated; Bishop and nursing( programs, psychiatricward
Stephen G. Spot wood, chairmanof and X-Ray program and the FAMU To Tour
'Tor he first time since the the Board; Eexecutlve Secretary local and state medical and dental I I
early 50's the NAACP is meeting i (Roy Wilkins, Dr. Ralph J. associations.: Director-Counsel Jack
in, the deep south, an area where i Bunche and many others. Greenberg called it "the broadest Europe For State Department ;
more than two thirds of its medical desegregation action we've
branches. are chartered," be said Rice Florida delegation will include filed." TALLAHASSEE-Florida A.&M'I) by Langston Hughes has been tentatively ..
the Rev. C. K. Steele, Tal- The suit also asks that the sepa- University Playmakers have been selected for production. I
"We are urging every branchto lahassee; Fr. T. R. Gibson, Miami; ra'e but-equal provision of the fed. selected by the American Educa. As alternate entertainment for I
send at least two delegates to Fr. David H. Brooks, Tallahassee; eral Hill-Burton Act, under which tional Theater Association and the small halls or out of doors, the ,
to Atlanta. There will be a large Leonard Shiver, Clearwater; Grady has received $l,78 719.00, USO to present its shows to American groups will have in readiness a I
number of youth also present," Mrs. Eula Johnson, Ft. Lauder- be declared unconstitutional.The GI's stationed in Europe, university variety show where the musical
he continued. The NAACP has dale; Neal Humphries, Saratota; action, filed by Atlanta At. officials have been inform. would be impracticable, it was said.
branches in all key Florida cities I Rutlege Pearson< Jacksonville! ; Donald L. Hollowell, will be ed by the USO. Bell of the
Professor
from Key West o Pensacola. Lewis Thomas, Live Oak; HoraCe hear in the U. S. District Court Compton
Delegates will be traveling by : Reed and Mrs. Flossie Curia for the Northern District of The invitation to the Playmakerswas University of Colorado who is
chairman of the American Educa-
bus, automobile, train and air. ton, extended through Dr. GeorgeW.
iDayona Beach; Rev. F. D. Georgia. The plaintiffs are seven
tional Theater Association's
Gore Jr. of the uni over
president
Lewis, Winter Haven and Negroes, dentist R. C. Bell, physician
many
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committee has writ.
Other Florida organizationsare and he reported that the seas touring
expected to. send delegates. others from other branches. dent Clinton Doris Warner Smith I nursing stu Florida State Board of Control has ten Dr. Gore that "selection for
Ruby and Alice
These may nglster! as observers". Banks Smith. Edwina M. Smith given approval for the group to such a tour reflects credit on the
the State president stated. John make the trip. work of your theater departmentand
A.
Middleton Dorothy F. Cot.
FOR HUSBANDS ONLY on your university since only
DR. WEAVER TO RECEIVE Bring the wife out. She'll love ton and Septima P. Clark. The European tour of the A.&M. nine colleges are selected each
AWARD you more If you treat her to an The complaint alleges that the Playmakers will start next February year for these tours."
evening at the Satellite.I Music/ total operating cost for Grady Hospital .and will include stops in
Dr. Robert C. Weaver, fonner and atm ph.NII. Out of this in 1060 was seven million dol. France, Germany and Italy, where The projected European tour of
chairman} of the National Board world. Jars. Grady maintains Jlughes shows will be given for membersof the FAMU Playmakers is the second
of the INAACP and now director SATELLITE LOUNGE Spaulding Pavilion for Negro pay. the American armed forces and time the group has been Invited
of the Housing. Homes Finance 6222 NW 7th Ave. Ing patients, and segregates' Negro their families stationed in these to perform overseas. In 1955,
and white non-paying patients in countries. The tour is expected to the Playmakers were selected to
its main division. Negro physicians last for seven weeks and a musical perform in several African nations
and dentists may only be admittedto drama, "Simply Heavenly," written and proved highly successful.
STAR staff privileges to treat Negro .
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A segregated nursing school is "THE IMMACULATE DOZEN"
maintained by the hospital. The BONUS COUPON WORTH 2 VOTES
\ / 1520 N.W. 62nd Street emergency treatment service determines DADE COUNTY'S BEST DRESSED MEN
I the race of a prospective
9fl pTHE patient bulance before dispatching an am. I VOTJO FOR
the complaint alleges.

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Fresh Meat-Low Prices these organizations nominate members Mall to nave 110nch care Miami Time., ono NW 13th Ave. I
of the State Board of Health Contest Clo..f'8 June 30
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This week the Supreme Constitution

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Almighty God. a pity, but If the. court" rules: against'lt';. then the \
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Lord's 1s said andve hi>
JL B. BICHSMUND 1XKT5VKS, Editor and PubllbherGAKTH Dade County schools the Prayer
O. REEVES, Managing Editor Bible reading. Let us hope the n W'ruUng Mil tot t Supply id our

:Enteral as Second Class Matter, August 0, 1027, at the Post Office Florida_schools. .'
at M4.m\, Florida, under tbe at of March 3, 187QSUnSClUPTION The Congress of the United States Severely Criticized. the ruling 1 '
and has introduced proposed constitutional amendment

ONE YISAU $. .oo SIX MONTHS RATES'$3.00 FOREIGN $0.00 Locally, on Tuesday the Greater Miami Cornell Churches!
---- --' decided to ask for a national campaign of prayed.tosave the country
Member of the Associated Negro Press result of the CO '' : '
"damnation" sting
Member of tIle National Newspaper Publishers Association from as a rt T:
"(;IEfO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" Says the Council: "We find in the decision\ a.trend toward godlessness -
THE NECSRO PRESS belletos that America can best lead the world that can mean nothing but damnation for our country."
''from racial and national antagonisms; when It accords to every man
am-the Press'strlvert' to help every mann
Ana man. .ft'flrlnJt.no Negro
the firth belief that all men are hurt as long as anyone Is heldaback. First Graders Top ReadersThe
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Frances Tucker Elementary School at Coconut Grove is
doing a very good job in instructing first grade children in-reading.

Discrimination al') Jackson HospitalLast i According to Louise Blanchard, when 150 of ,them, finished, the 6f ..o.... L ..,.o...
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week a about discrimination against Negroes at the first grade this year, most of them could'read better than the average
Jackson Memorial story Hospital made headlines. The story reached the first grader of any race throughout.the nation? NEWLYWED S--Ja mes L. Gay
and Eddye C. Sheppard \vere j loin
press following circulation of a booklet by Dr. Tom Brewer en- Mrs. Josie Sheuer is supervisor of Tucker, ;Mrs.. Dorothy Hale is cd In holy matrimony on M AM.L',
titled "Joe Saunders." Dr. Brewer was a resident physician on the assistant, Isaac J. Meares, principal. First grade.teachers are: Mrs. 1962 at Brown Chapel }.
medical staff of the hospital, and certainly the discriminatory Church in Fort Games, Georgia,
Maedon Bullard, chairman of the reading-writing project for the with Rev. Benjamin Gay, the uncle
practices he mentioned must be authentic. school; Mrs. Irene Williams, Mrs. Juanita Farrington-Morley, Mrs. of the groom, officiating. Following .

Furthermore, several employees put their stamp of approval on Elzema Ransom and Miss Susie Clyde Mitchell.Dr. reception the Wedding Which. was was held elaborate in the\

what Dr. Brewer had to say. Walter Manning from the University ,of Miami was the gymnasium Of Speight High School.

The dining halls are segregated. So is practically everythingelse school's consultant. In a special report to the Miami i Daily Newshe The beautifully church and decorated gymnasium with Were htht

pertaining to Negroes. wrote: .: .colors of pink and green w

Jackson has no Negro technicians, and while they accept ap- "It is commonplace to find half of the'Negro children achieving were' also,and WOrn el by Waitresses.the two bridesMaids The-

plications, none have ever been admitted for training. The hospital less than the ]lower one-tenth of ,the white chddrenr"However ,. gown was hen by the bride.

wards are segregated ,except for cancer victims. These are but in five classes, of 30'ach, only nine ended the .:year end Eddye Mrs. is G. A. Sheppard daughter of of Fort Rev.
soma of the charges made. not reading as well as first graders should. These classes as a Gaines, Ga., and James is the son
Dr Kermit Gates, director of the hospital, denied that Negro whole scored 1.9 in national standard tests in'vocabulary 2.0 in of Rev. and Mrs. S. L. Gay of
comprehension. The national median based On tests Miami. They are both graduatesof
throughout,
employees and patients are treated as second class citizens.It Tuskegee Institute.
the nation the white is I.S'ln'
majority being both vocabulary and Rev. and Mrs. Gay motored 'out
'
seems to us that this expose calls for an investigation by the comprehension. to Ft. Gaines, Georgia to witness
County Commissioners, and we hope County Manager McNayr that most beautiful affair. .
will take the matter before that board. Commissioner Jack Beck- Congratulations to the Frances Tucker Elementary School and
with is chairman of the hospital committee.It faculty. FOR RENT

lie *" lie 2 BEDROOM .NEW
seems further that Negroes are receiving better treatment in
private: institutions than they are in the public one where they are Home Economics Association at 1.Miami BeachThe DUPLEXAcross
from school
:shareholders. A change should be made.
American Home Economics Association this week held its 1426 NW 46th Street
Here are some excerpts from Dr. Brewer's booklet that should 53rd Annual Convention at Miami Beach Convention Hall with '
:appeal to the county commissioners: more than 5,000 in attendance. Open Sat. and Sun. 1 to \5

"What has to be done to bring American democracy to Jackson Home Economics teachers from Dade County attending the- con- FOR RENT
Memorial Hospital in 1962, 150 years late? vention reported interesting and enjoyable sessions. bedroom Apt. Lower floor
The main speaker at the openin session Tuesday .morning, was
"1. It is necessary to abolish racial segregation of patients on Dr. Ralph W. Tyler of Sanford, California. Porch hot water and elec-

the wards. Mrs. Alena Zelayeta, a San Francisco blind'food tric furnitedl
"2. It is necessary to abolish separate admitting offices. has authored several cook books and owns a five-figure consultant frozen,food who $12 Weekly

"3. It is necessary to abolish separate eating places, washrooms, business with her son, was also] a very interesting speaker. 2345 NW 56th STREET
dressing rooms, toilets, and lounges.
On
Wednesday evening a public session was held in Convention
"4. It is to jobs to Negro at aU Hall with Dr. ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL
necessary open qualified persons George Grant, director of South and Southeast Asia
levels; to accept Negro interns, residents, administrators, X-ray Overseas Program of Ford Foundation as speaker. QUADS
technicians, lab technicians, mechanics, plumbers, carpenters, clerks, More than 230 exhibits from business firms attraction EARN $125 A. WEEK
were
secretaries, bookkeepers, etc. for the delegates and visitors an Train: now with ,RETS

"5. It is necessaryrto admit qualified Negro students to the ....,.,....., ,. ,_ ,._ ,. Call PL 79332
School of Medicine, to the School'of Nursing, and to the medical .7' laboratory and X-ray technician schools." i ; .

Joe Saunders was a -year-old Bahamian sent to Jackson Me-
morial as a patient in July, '1959. He died' in' December thafefyear.
One of the white nurses, on her day off, took Joe .gut" ,over a DREAMLAND ESTATESt
threat of being fired, and was'fired, *" .

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'Dr. Brewer'with
The following personal letter was received from ,
M
the booklet: invites you to

"Dear Editor:

Be sure that the statements I have expressed in 'Joe Saunders'are
true. I have worked as a resident physician here for four years. SEE FOR YOURSELF S
Democracy dawns late among men; there are still thousands living '
in our city who have not felt lt$ full light and warmth. If you care ,.
to support the cause of democracy, are sympathetic to this point"'bf What
view expressed in 'Joe Saunders; you are welcome to reproduce it so many of its customers have already seen ?
, thereof in context. Joe Saunders much H
or any part proper was as a J.
martyr to hate as was John Birch-even more so-for he was weak
and overcome with a deadly disease. A $10.00 DOWN-$10.00 MONTHLYWise

John Birch has been taken as a symbol for those who would fight .
hato with hate, fear with fear; Joe Saunders might become a symbolfor investment in growing Dade County.
those who would fight hate with creative intelligence, compas- "
sion and love. Call 691.5611 and tell us.how'many in your party

Sincerely,
TOM BREWER, M.D." FREE TRANSPORTATION FREE LUNCHES

Flagrant discrimination against Negroes in job opportunities, Any Saturday or Sunday ( other convenientto
equal medical facilities, and technician and nurse training at Jack- or any day
son Hospital has long been well known to Miami Negroes.
)
you
The community owes the courageous Dr. Brewer a debt of gratitude -
for his timely exposure of these inequities in our tax supported !
hospital. Call $91-5611

Now it is up to us to.see that they are immediately corrected. > .

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"Almighty God, we acknowledge our dependence upon Thee,
and we, beg Thy blessings upon us, our parents, our teachers and
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our country.
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state of Florida.A ,, Mrs. Mildred S. Allen, owner of
who held their 38th "inual special breakfast forum the the M. S. Allen Funeral Home) Lovely landscaping Large rear patio. Many fruit
convention in Miami, June 19!, 20 Ladies' Auxiliary was held on by the of, Miami, was fittingly spotlighted trees. $700 down and! live rent free.
and 21 at the Hampton House: and during' the convention when she I'
morning of June 20 in the cock. ..
Villas, 4200 N.W. 27th Ave. The tail lounge at Hampton House. The was presented a special plaque for *
opening public meeting was heldon distinguished services in the fieldof
June 19 at St. Mary's Baptist educational 11 o'clock program the was presentedat Mortuary Science. In point of 741 NW 77th Terrace
on same morning.
Church in Coconut Grove Rev.'W. service, Mrs. Allen is one of the Lovely CBS doll house. Fully furnished from A t Z
F. Tanner, pastor. Miami's[ Mayor The President's Banquet was oldest active morticians in the city
Robert King High, brought greet held that evening at 9:30: in the of Miami. At the present time she Only $10,500 $83 per month pays everything. No,
ings to the group in behalf of the I dining room of the motel. Another is rapidly recuperating from a scri. t| waiting, no qualifying, no 'ted tape. Move in to
city at the opening program. Busi I breakfast forum was held Thursday ous illness, which has had her inactive morrow. ,
ness sessions were held at the morning, June 21, The convention for the past few months. ..
Hampton, House All were largely adjourned on Thursday afternoon *

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Negro Must Change Hs( W.ys.ol tilt MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLOP/DA

SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1902 PAGE 7

Crime\ Deterioration
Neighborhood
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7 Elks Present Citations
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f Civic Apathy, Morals Maria Taylor Wins And Scholarshins'J


If the Negro wants to take his Franklin Federal #
place In the white
he
I community,
will have to change many of his '" Essay Contest On Sunday evening on the 'ting WBOT the pnewnlflifof6fe ,I
ways of living urges John Fischer, lawn of the Range Funeral j,plaque to Dr. W. O/BrownTpres-
Editor of Harper Magazine. \ i Miss Maria A. Taylor, a graduating Home with trees providing shade i J ident of CORE, who graciously
j Writing in the July issue, Mr. ,'V., ., Senior at Booker T Washington with everhanglng boughs, the accepted.. Then followed more citations -
Fischer cites four areas in which : :'"!L"" : High School, won the essay perfect setting! for the "Educa- and honors as various
,ft he believes white people have valid ontest: sponsored by the Franklin tional Committee of the Elks of members <# the Elks family were
reasons for distrusting and fearing : _! 'i Tedoral Savings and Loan Associa- South Florda to ,present this qsi. culled for their outstanding work
Negroes. ion of Miami. nual in.. Elkdotn..
.., First prize is for scholarship and citations
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.
Crime-Mr. Fischer cites statis .
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hundred .
one dollars. The other \Musical selections offered by
tics "q
which show that the
as
proportion ., wo prizes are fifty and twenty. A varied program with the Mr. and Mrs. Harold Higgs add-
of in
Increases, Negroes the crime a rate community usually !<< ; : five dollars) : resp:ctlvely Miss Tay Junior Elks oi Liberty and Antlers I ed to this Hour of Fine! Arts with\
rises sharply.Neighborhood. tI., .IE. h lor resides at 1464 N.W. 6th Ct. Temples, with their rendi- Mrs. Eloise Johnson as mistressof
deterioration :., Second prize went to Miss Barbara tions of spirituals, readings and ceremonies and Deputy Chas.
WulLms, also of D poker: A. Higg the citations.As .
Many areas become slums after 11Studying \.'":' : < T musical selections got the pro- presenting
Negroes move in. "In part this is ?7 v dungeonvho; lives at 430 N.W oil to a ijvonderful start. a Mtlng climax to a de-
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due to overcrowding and to ins '...' )th St. To keep alive the adage Next In order was' the presen, Ightful evening the Rev. W. F.
comes so low that the owners can't ,hat "this is a man's world," Ker- tation! oif a scholarship to Anthony Savoy of Grace Presbyterian I .
afford to keep their places up nit Nelson, of George Washington Sweeting, winner of the Elk Church gave encouraging romaks
properly. But it is also partly due :arver High School, walked away local and state oratorical contest, to the group and the !benediction.
to plain old don't-care" writes Mr. : -- with third honors. Kermit lives at Our thanks to the Ranges for
''Who expressed himself as being
;10711 S.W 152nd St. their hospitality.
Fischer I t"JII:
appreciative of all that the Elks '
Civic apathy "Few Negroesseem family have done for him, and is Harold Wigs, chairmanEVERBODY'S )

willing to Invest time and .twM anxiously awaiting the day' whenhe ., 11,. nJf, "
effort in the web of civic, political, too will be a Brother Elk. Ills 1!"<4 4+1

and voluntary organizations. which mother shared the honor with GOING '. ,
hold every American community thIS summer at Illinois him. As a contribution' to the TO
together," says Mr. Fischer. State Normal University !Is evening's' program Anthony dra- EUROPE
Moral Irresponsibility White Miss Barbara Seymour daughterof matted three poems, one of which Make Reservations Now!
people are bothered by the casual Mr. and Mrs James Seymour. (Was Ws own composition. Pay $99 DownAnd
attitude of many Negroes about Miss Seymour is a first grade Another/ highlight of the even-
sex and their family responsibilities. teacher in the Kankakee County Spend
Mr. Fischer says that such Illinois school system. A grad- 21 days vacationing in
worries have some statistical justi uate of Kentucky State College Op-nlng July 14 I 9 countries '
fication. and an Alpha Katfipa Alpha soror Plans for the Grand Opening of .
"To all these complaints, the tra. she Is studying toward a master's .. the Franklin Federal are ahead of ENGLAND- -. HOLLAND
ditional Negro leaders have a ready degree in education and psychology schedule for July 14th. the target FRANCH .
answer," says Mr. Fischer "The date. Tha temporary headquartersat GERMANY 111CLUIUM.
1001 N.W. 3rd Ave. have already ITAY
Negro's shortcomings, they argue AUSTRIA .
are the inevitable consequence of begun to take on the looks LUXRMNORQ
three hundred of slavery and which would make the community Inrhulea' Transportation, meals,
years
You Can Graduate r hotels, sightseeing, etc. ,
discrimination. When you hold a proud of their institution. I j
man down for that long he can't -

spring upright is removed.overnight" when the From FAMU In have"All confidence we ask is for in what the people we ore to' Leaving N.Y. July 13

pressure trying to do in accordance with Return Aug. 5
Although Mr. Fischer believes the rules laid down by the Federal Friendship tour
to
Europe
that these are valid explanations, Less Than 3 Years Homo Loan Bank Roard. The Bankof Sponsored by I'
ha also thinks they are dangerousones
Dad County U receiving our
North's
Travel
because they are so easy to TALLAHASSEE-Beginning this Honorable mentions are: Vorry funds; there is Federal insurance1' BureauAnd '.
use* as excuses for doing nothing. fall, Florida A.&M. University students C. Moon Patricia Page and Katrina on all accounts up to ten thousand ,
"So long as the Negro blames. : may complete requirements Gibbs, of Northwestern High; dollars; and everyone who has to The Pittsburgh Courier ,
his plight entirely on circumstances for the bachelor's degree in two Cathryn Brown represents Mays do with the management of the Total cost $969
history, and the white and two-thirds High, and Charles Daniels of Association is bonded. Letuswoiktogether Hal. in 21
man, he is going to stay in that years. George Washington Carver High. for the growth of this, monthly a.vniont
of it only Institution of the trimester 1104 NW. 3rd Ave.
when.heibegiins totchan or The subject suggested for the compositions our community" was the statement
cir year-round system of education will was "Thrift Habits of the of Billy Miller, President of Phone FR 9.8451
cumstances, make new history, and be launched in Florida's state.supported Negro. the Association. I I Write for Tour Folder Today
shoulder a bigger share of responsibility system of higher education l : ...
for the fix he, is in," hev by legislative mandate.

The Legislature in its 1961 I
says.To session
the normal help the stream Negro integrate of American into expressed its interest In and For The Finest Apartmerts at Moderate Rates-Call
desire of
year-round operation
life, Mr. Fischer proposes a new _
the state universities by providing "
Negro calls organization.the organization "The for them supplementary appropria
lie tions for 1962-63 with the 1
stipulation -
"
First Class Citizens' Council. He
that they (a) "undertake full BONDED
its motto "Let's Make
suggests as ;
of trimester
implementation a
or
First Class' Citi
Every Negro a
four-quarter plan" and (b "take
)
zen. He believes that its goal
whatever be
should be not merely to win the steps may necessary
to uniform level of
full rights which belong to every enrollment encourage throughout a each of the
American, but to make sure that "
instructional
these rights are used, that the periods. RENTALi
average Negro Is both willing and Two principal reasons for year-
able to carry the full responsibilities round operation are (a) to make .
greater use of university facilitiesand ,
of good citizenship. r 44 1' fn
"Once he does he may be surprised resources and (b) to give stu / Y
to see how fast white prejudice dents the opportunity to completethe AGENCY INC.
begins to melt away" saysMr. requirements for a degree in ,
Fischer. fewer calendar years.

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA' Griffin, Mr. Benny Moon, Mr.,
West, Miss Mary Holly,Mrs.
PAGES_ __ _.________ SATURDAY JUNE 30, 1962 I Betty Rogers Smith Mr Terrell and Miss I1'I.iIIIII"iIIi "
Wilcox. Not shown Jot; the Pictureare
: Mr RoOsevfclt George and Miss
Jessie Larry Standing the back.ground .
-L is Knight BeaCa host, Clyde
Killeiw ,
his show to
Dee Clark dedicated .
Miss. Wilcox and her party.A .
popular Miami model and one
of the city's ten best dressed young
women Miss Wilcox was howered .
with congratulations and best wish.
es on the occasion. '
-Photo by Bobby Marshall. H

Our Sunday Matinee are always'
entertaining. Start at 3 p.m. tll !
7 p.m. A perfect way to end your
week-Music continuous.
SATELLITE LOUNGE _
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GRADS WEEK ''JUNE 29 & 30
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY Some of the Lee Dorsey I'r"j '
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guests who enjoyed the special ",
surprise birthday party given for, Cru
the fabulous Mrs. Dorothy'Wilcox Y '"" "' ,
of 2750 N.W. 44th St. last Saturday -, 'i''i' ',
night at Clyde Killen's( Knight, "Y A Y A" plus ,. .i'-:.' ',",:
Beat Club, at which time the in.. "
comp-rable Dee Clark was the
featured attraction. Mrs. Wilcox "
is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs.'
George( Whitehead, owners of the
,' Tumbb Inn Restaurant, 2274, Ali
Baba Ave. in Opa-locka. The party E. LoisForeman
l. was given for Mrs. Wilcox by Mr.
Robert Terrell, a longtime friend.
Shown in the picture are front
row, left to right: Mr. and Mrs.
Alex Lewis, Miss Mayola Smith, FREE DELIVERY DRUG
Mrs. Irene Wright and Mr. Williams t
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With Bobby Marshall

Miami's Most Popular M.C.'

H HOUSE ROOM Admission: Fri. $1.25 Sat. $1.50All

Tables FREE Except Ringside: and 2nd Row



5 STAR STARRINGGHIGKIE SHOW Sunday Nite July 1st



Special CORE;Benefit
HORNEWith H

DANCE AND SHOW


H Featuring


JO Ann Coreey (Little Girl with the Big Voice) ; DICK



o Satch Robinson (Your M. C.) GREGORYStar


Pop Taylor's FIVE HAMPTONES -

of Jack

'''Chester Washington, Tenor

Parr's T V Show
o Arthur Johnson, Trumpet

First time in Miami
Joe Watson, Piano .

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e Bud Fisher, Bass PLUS 1Many-
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o Pop Taylor, .... ', :Other StanD

ors open 9 p.m.-Show Time.9:30 & 12:30
China: Valles' "House of Cliina"Live Show Benefit Congress of Racial Equality

WMBM Radio.. 12:00 Midnite to B a.m. Donation: Adv. $2.50 Door '$3.00


IT'S FOR YOUR PLEASURE
COMING ATTRACTIONS
COME HAVE FUN 'DINE AND DANCE

NO 'DISCRIMINATION BIG MAYBELLEJULY

Admission $1.25 Fri. and Sat. ONLY
No Cover
Friday and Saturday Show Time 6. 7
No! Minimum -,8
((3 shows) 10:30 1:00.2:00 a.m.
(First show sold out Friday) No Table ChargeReservations The One and Only .

Sunday (2 shows) Early how 9:30 and 11:30 t

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 10:00 and 1:00 :
h Sam Cooke

4200 0.W. 27th AVE. NE 3-0611


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Cards and coupons have been and official count will be an- ,

counted as of Wednesday, past} nouncd. I d .- 4 .

and the person leading In today's ..,, FRIDAY- SATURDAY

paper is in first place as of that .
Girl of the Week Christine
Pretty :
date. After press time cards and Turner. THREE BIG HATS.

coupons will come in on Thursday! Pretty Boy of the Week: Dr. Ben
Friday, Saturday and Monday from
o. Atkinson. .
a 1
the deadline mailing. The winners[
will be notified from the final Man About Town: Sammie Wright
count on Tuesday. ,All cards with Happy Haze le of the Week: Bob New Idea InN'air'Weaying
coupons attached must be postmarked and Wright.
no later than 'midnight, 1S

Saturday, June 30, to be counted. ...
Little Willie John threw a press '''-' -
The winners will gather at the partyTuesday night at his home on Mr. A. D. Ceasor of i Miami has A a
Hampton House on WednesdaY 53rd St.. This was also a sort of invented and patented a hair weav: '
July 4, at 9 p.m., where we wilt iarewell ,party Jle has gone to ing machine, whereby the average
'present the "Immaculate Dozen" N. y; to do a week at the Appollo weave job can be done'in about 45
award trophies, prizes and have a Theatre, then on the road for a min Heretofore it has taken the
nice time. Admission to the public tour. Little Willie John, I must weave technician 2 to four hours*
will be $l.bb and all tables 8r .' say, did the party up in style with, with the Ceasor weaving,, machine, '
free. ''For the ladies attending this i bartender and waiter to serve the time saved means more patron? t edtdu Urddktldt' ,
affair, we will have something spelcial ;ood and beverages. His wife was; will be served which means more 4
and my good friend, Austin the perfect hostess and everyon money for the beautician, Classes y
Burke, will be there to present the had a fine time. Archie Pinderj In weaving arc continuing at Ceaj Shown nt 7:40
prizes donated by our various com Mr. and Mrs. Nat Vaughn, Monaj son's University .of'' Cosmetology .. .. .
munity-minded men and women. I Lisa, Jimmy Salt Pork Reeves;, and the weave machine can be purchased i
I (Continue on 'page 16) at the school. 1 1 NTlteMart

Now let's look at our standing; t -
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as of today:
HOME FOR SALE
Ike Vaughn .________________482
Prince Farrington .._________444 3-bedroom, 2 bath CBS 'coShot
Sgt. Jesse Nash ___________,_.432 ''
Nat Vaughn _________________280 $450 DOWN, $80.54 PER MONTHNo .T ber

Robert G. Lee .____________253: closing cost, carporte and garage,
Nick Thomas _______________207 ,, Valonce
Julius Simmons ______..____149 845 NV(' 77th. Street

Robert Paul..Young _:________105 Open 1 to 5 Sept and Sun. Large rooms furnished. .:.VCAJI tEE 1btOtI
David pobbs...____.___.____ 93 p.m. 110'1' MDI
Robert-Jacksgn ....._:_:..:... 84 See Mr: .Chris I S: flV '. R 'OEVNiE'11 11'ai Wow : !B"M01"'t.' I

Steve McElmurry .._.______. 82 Shown at 9tl5
Henry Arrington ______.__... 69 R. M. BROOKS, Realtor

Clyde Killens ___________;; ____ 66
Dr. William Chapman ________ 65 Phone MU 6031' Nights MU 1-7740 SIN-PORYS OF THE CARIB SEA...

Dr. Edwin Shirley ___________ 61 Th. lIory ofsxrtfnm'.nfmod "nfu 8"'ooMng "-
R:v. Edward T. Graham ??._. 55 ., "KICKS"I "" /
Ernest Hayes _..'........_____. 39 ':" ,: "
Carl Williams _________.____.. 24 The International florists/ ; ssotia; ion "'",; {'fa; ,;' ."

Albert Smith ____:.._______ 18 :
Roy Porter __.________t_____. 17 invites the public to attend f } ,
Cordially
Leo Armbrister .______.._____ 17 aFlower t;
Dr.. Ben Atkinson ..._...._... 11 I
Sammie Wright _::_.._...____, 10
Benny O'Berry .............. 8 and Fashion ,

A special thanks to our donors:
North Travel Bureau, Austin
Burne, Marietta's Guest House, ?WINDSOR VINCE EDWARDS
Sharpe's Cities Service, Ceisor'aUniversity Show
Band Box Barber Shop, UARILEE EARLE .......IImDMT1STI, ,
Sir John Conch Shell !in Nassau
Uoteli a Company, Hampton Tuesday July 10, 1962 Shown at 11100
House, Satellite Lounge, Sweet ,

ing and Lamar, Inc. Royal Drive At The Hampton House Motel
in, King 0' Hearts, Williams Clean SUN. MON. TUES.
ers, Neal Adams, O'Berry's Driving 1,000 CARNATIONS GIVEN AWAY ,
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School and Dolphin Motel, For further information call W. O. Perry, Presidentat .r-- _
Jekyll Island, Ga. u".m.'e 11k':,, {
Perry's Florist, FR 4.1205
We are now on the last leg of the -
Ju7
Immaculate Dozen Contest and iMrWC
you still have time to vote for
your favorite dresser. Please put WED., JULY 4TH HAPPY HOLIDAY HITS ,,
the full name of the contestantfor AT' WOMETCO'S FRIENDLY FAMILY THEAREA -

ballots whom you are voting on the. KITZ ; OT'M 1M5 p.m. "G'I'onlmo" and "ftamar" >T1a .

THEATRE Plus. "Mr. Saldonlcu ll. ,
I During the past week and a haU, I :
I I have been out of the city, and CAPITOL Opt" 12:45 p.m. 'Hill !w For HtroM" at : :

when I returned I found that many THEATRE Sttvo .
had Ike McQult"I ,
I things changed. Vaughn I /MNMLgM j
I had grabbed the lead and Sgt. t.:qs .
Jesse Nash had moved into second CtlNTLK: Th. 3 Stooges

place. Popular Nat Vaughn had THEATRE Open 1:45: pm. "Stop, Look and Laugh" I ..._.. I
moved into third Place and Clyde
Shown 7i40
Killens made the 'cut-0t"and was Plus "Solomon & 8hotw'rACE at

in 12th place. In the last days of 1:44 Audi Murphy In -
Open pm.
the contest, there has been one ." r.WI=;;:m I
unforseen complication in that, THEATRE "Six Black Her** .
we have two contestants with the All Theatr Air' Conditioned Plus "Tim Machlnt" "
same last name. That is why we I'("""HEPBURNl

are asking that you do not just I l.." "VlAoLAin.E
state on your votes that "I vote forVaughn. AIR CONDITIONED Wed., July 4th """BARRIER t
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but the full name. Wereceived '
CAPITOL
cards that had only the OPEN 1:45 P.M. illerenl.\J
last name which we could not !' HIATUS HOLIDAY' H'T. THE' '" I'

count, because we did not know r OHfLDREftTBHOUR \ 'fFIUTRtf
which person to credit for them. ACTION AMD ,HRILLSFint I1 ,
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I We regret this, because you have HEROES"Miami I
taken the time and money to write "HELL IS FOR r tlsrasat tl,!alpljn,W.!"b paehlM--Oidw'1' II J.nI. ?Nr t;
these cards, but we try to be fair STARRING 8EVE McQUEEN NICK _ADAMS. '
SHOWN AT 9t20
and honest. DARIN
ZOBBY FESS> PARKIR'Sbow rD

All cards that have been sent in D, Plus Peter Loire in "Mr. Sardonicus"
are available for inspection any y1ICKJ.ItI1U1Omi
one who would like to see them or 'All show
'new on
EVERY .
count them. We mean
card and ballot has been saved so The Stage P It
that there would be no doubt about

another.our favoring You may any see candidate them at your over Every W d. 9 p.m. biimllEPB il ',

request. There will be 12 winners, JIMMY REEVESand t ,
and the number 12 man It Just as 'IIJ t
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the number 1 man. Keep the cards
STARS :\
PARADE OF
with the coupons attached coming ".JJDUmTON
in for your favorite, and rememberthat With the Rocketeers
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they must be postmarked no TSCHKtCOtA :\ y
later than Saturday, June 30, at and sensational Shown lllOO "" ''
midnight. Remember, only the of Little Cora at "

facial ballot counts; postcards are .
no good unless a ballot is pastedthereon. TALENT CONTEST!
plus ''BIG NEXT ATTRACTION -
The affair .iJ July 4, at r

I 0 Pops p.m.Taylor at the and Hampton his group House.will $ $ $ CASH PRIZES $ $ $ "LOVER COME BACK" 1 1J 1I,

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PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1962 Program at N. B. RecreationHolmes and local all the preachers pastors, lay You pastors are

Young SchoolJune hereby notified that the 29th an-
I ;;1': Elementary oilers this School Conventionof
nual Sunday
Red
High School PUN PH UN 18th was the beginning summer a well rounded recreation the Christian W. M. Church
of recreation at the children. St. Barnabas W
summer program for your will convene at
Cross: Leadership fry' PUlL OMSOFKR new Nahan B. Young Elementary Under the guidance oi capable W. M. Church, July 24-30.
." ," I School in the East Apalockaarea.
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ConferenceAttending Registration 1* dally for teacher Jn the various fields, Pastors are asked to notify all
Within/ 81 period 0< 19 days two the program and there are notes Mr. H. Sterwart, librarian, Mr. officers and members of their
the annual high Air France Jets crashed wath a lor anything: in the program Powell fih ysical education, Mr. churches. The opening Will be on
school Jed Cross aestorn ,areaJeadeJ'tlbr.p otal loss of X42 lived The question lor any of the children in Al>bury, juiy&ical education Mrs the 24th./ Because we had no
onference. atHood raised ,by come is "Why did tendance. inference this year, we are having
c O J. Billiard, art. There ia alsoa
krederick, Maryland tills cod allow such tragedies to hap. isle program ;IS geared by Mrs. | carried on by this, with opening session on
teas. Am y Phillips, 1UMxles .en?" Owners mignt say "it there Josephine Maokey, principal, T. J, reading program the 25th The Rev. J. R. Evans
Wee-K are Mrs. A. Gill, i'r.iik, ana Wilrierviurrdy
Ave., Coconut Grove whoa vas a juoct, He would not let ter l suipervwbor, Chester Trost, activities will preach the conference sermon -
and various(
senior George Washington such things occur.: assistant supervisor, Harry Wai- The Sunday Schools are
School and Roserioorman ton, zone coordinator\ and the In- going on oaiiy, txucn as sofuxiu, asked to see the program.
carver High \ To me such questions and state- l'. KicK IDa 11, tether, ibaii, wasketoas
ivianon Al-
who Tuctors Mrs. ; A Gen.
5 NW 5Qtn St. are Rev, E Culmer, Supt.
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Wash ments come from a misunder- ii-art Dames and Robert Wilcox vouey bail, stop! scotch rapt
Booker T. en, !
., a senior Bit ritanaing, oi me (ibasic purpose oi I I pmgi am unogumpang arts n at
.ugtoa.fliSh Scb OL'! ...tievnioa.. is to prepare our jumping, arts ana crafts, ana LOST AND FOUND

An intensive course in both .>eves lor eternity When we Special activities for the week lnaJ'Jy indoor ,Barnes 'l A e boys Have you found the Satellite?
j Junior and senior Red Cross ac- were an the womio/ we aevelop-> include a Uve Pet Show, a ana gins uotvoail team lost oat_ It's located on NW 7th Ave.
uVtJ4eswi'be given by ,a, proisonal .a me live physical senses (seejfltg Poster Contest, Story> fTelling. and lame ana wOn one 'l'ney.lost totrty next to Jackson Byrons, 6222 to
staff from the .National nearzu>*, feeling, tasting) ; Arts and Crafts on Television l:. jwans ana won from J be exact. You'll love this intimate
,LU' .' :uea lor existence in thi and fOlk Banc recently ItS Doll Show
ingwn,"' D.C.. over 223 carefully our consists of square preseniea music from 0 to 1 every nlte.
sewacurd teenagers from the en'U.I. world. ing social dancing such as the .u tine &uncoi caletorium. Thert Make It-out of this world. You'll
section of the lox Trot, Swing and Waltz. were many happy faces as
\, juastern Area like itl!
iTnis
.toorld is the womb of the
Red ,Cross will partlci, :Planned daily devotions are apart awards anu guuvvere/ giveu
twnesucan uq p9\l1; aq' tU.h1iI11S1ItaWIi: 'ar3ct eternal! ,wend. ana the re&ponsibii( of line !program and participation .,te smallest, runniest, largest,
.ty ,
ot
1 crainlug for leadership, uevelopmg tne spiritualauauties in, our oaUy devotions are prettiest lest dressed, most ooiisvVeanesoay ANDREWS' JEWELERS
neeoeu in tne next woriu.a jif to a very good start. of the week we _wiu EXPERT WATCH AM
Amy has been active in her placed upon us as individuals tdKe on urcnaru Vm m a soft
school's Red Cross' Council and Anus\ the beloved Jesus preached I pro-ram I\ oall game at their home fiela.me CLOCK REPAIRS
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walt president this past year and ,erronal] salvation. had we been very child and we should havea livurs for rtoimes Summer 40 Years in Business
secretary of the Secondary County Burn tiOh.0 this world without tut child for every activity. Sena Recreation< Program are from b All work guaranteedFR
Council Rose Moorman' was uve physical senses, we would all of the children out to our pro -.m, 10 4:30 pan
of her high school iave no way 01 knowing .werea 3-0152
also president I gram and they will have wholesome -
Council and the inconyng president ; It. Doesut it seem reasonable, fun.constructed. I 303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
'of toe secondary council.' nen, that it we oo' not develop I AnnounceentThe
ale spiritual qualities, such as I -
Enroute home the girls will aim, love ana justice, we will
with the best Sunshine Club of Dade JanitorialMaintenance
have a day's sightseeing :at our Late no way oi knofjvwig we have vessel
nation's capitol.JESCA 4itered into the eternal world and most skillful navigator may County is sponsoring a Benefit ServiceSince
,\ .* m mt er of recognizing the not survive a danger such as was Dance at they King '0 Hearts
Kingdom '
the The Hearts i.l| ( 1050)
Jt tteaveu. present on ocean. purpose
This is
Cook-Outs a state which is that the people of the Clue: NW 7th ave., corner 60thst. Complete service for offices,
would Describe
hell.
.. as ,Aorld may turn to God, the one Friday, July 13 from 9:30: Factories, clinics, home
Jesus said, "It 4s the spirit Protector; that human souls may until 5 a.m. Advance tickets Homes: Moors cleaned, polished
A Favorite [Camp .ha quiickenetih; the flesh profit- rely upon His preservation and $1.20, seating reservations $1.00. and waxed
*th nothing.' In Colos&ians 3-2 know that He is the real safety. The public is invited OTIS L. SAMPLE, Mffr.

Activity I t/e are told, "Set your affectionsn These events happen in order Phone NE 4-7700
) things above, not on things on that man's. faith may be increased 5818 NW 19th Ave.
Cook-outs are wonderful! the earth." and strengthened. Therefore, Times'
Ads Pay Off! Call or write for free estimates!
Whether they are carried on in A although we feel sad and disheartened indf
backyard, a park area or out in Believing en Christ, we need !we must suplicate to
the, woods. nave 'no fear of sudden death If God to turn our hearts to the
He have prepared ourselves to Kingdom, and pray for these departed -
Full meal cook-outs are eager, emerge from the womb of this souls with faith in His
ly awaited by the Day Campers world into the eternal Kingdomof ifinite| mercy, SO that ;although
erf James E. Scott Commuity" Heaven, and |we will have no they have been deprived of this H

Association. fear of flying, having placed ourselves earthly}, life they may enjoy anew I fi !

Under the leadership of an old in, God's hands. existence in the supreme
mansions of the heavenly Father.
and outdoor man, E. M. ,
scout When Abdul Baha, son of "Let no one imagine, that these
Taylor] each! camper participates and Baha'u'llah, Founder of theRaha'd words imjply that man should not Hampton House Three Day
preparation
tn the discussion, Faith, was questioned be through and careful in his
cooking of the lunch. A real"caonipinwoods" about the Titanic disaster of 1912 undertakings. God has endowedman Honeymoon Special
site is specialty I
in ""which 1,517' lives
were lost, he with intelligence so that he
set up for this favorite camping replied "These events :have deeper may safeguard and protect himself JUST MARRIED???
activity. 'reasons. Their object is to
Therefore he must
tach man certain lessons. We provideand Then why not spend four nights and three "I
are surround himself
with
acid Spanish games in is conversation an exciting, songs new living in a day of reliance upon that scientific' skill! can produce.all days of unequaled bliss in one of our beautiful ?

feature in the Day Camp program material conditions. Men imagine He must be deliberate, thoughtful (bridal suites _
that
the great size and strengthof and thorough Imi his I
purposes, Call NEwton 3-0611 for information
a ship's perfection of machinery build the best ship and provide i ;.
Are your Iboys and girls learnIng : or the skill of a navdgator the most experienced captain, yet Mrs. Driscoll or Mrs. Crue
'to enjoy the water safety ,by willinsure safety, but, ,these disasters ,....'Ithal let Mm rely upon God and 1
learning to, swim? JESCA'sswemnng sometimes take\ place that consider God as the one keeper." I

$ [program is at nearbyMxiorPark men may know that ,God is the So, let us prepare ourselves and II / .
: Pool-under certified real protector. If it be the will of knowing God Is our protector

guard .d*instructors. God to, protect man, little ship fear not,. for the flesh ;profiteth
(" ;\', '.. may escape destruction whereas not, and the soul ia ever in the w-J $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
MIDGET' CAMP FOR 3-6 YEAR. the ;(greatest and most perfectly (''lands I of God.BARKJEY'S .

OLDS- NEED CASH?
T1h.ts'setttDi is ideal for yourpresciboolersr :
;. : during the! hot CUT-RATE
summer 'days*' A special camping STOREThe 1st and 2nd Mortgage Loans

program*featuring all of the fun Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome Vo Get $1,000, $1,500, $2,000 or more today {/>
is
relaxation and! learning a part
of the'daily. routine. 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376 WE BUY LOTS AND, HOMESCALL

For: your. ,' covenlenoe the Mid- SPRING CLEANING SALE W- Ronald I. Baron if PmATtA *% **

get Camp operates from 7:30: a.m. Wo Mortgage Broker HA & & &+ ofn

to 5:30 pjn. daily Monday thru Deluze Nadinola. 1.00 Dtmft fortt"t Jour films 220 SUNNY ISLE BLVD, ||f| j Aft t
Friday 1'olarold and picture rolls
Incense Candles AIM] Xmnqull 1.08 w. MIAMI BEACH ff I /"

mhese are only a few of t h e Po.KeiNo 'Sets'' flair Goods and Ribbons

many Camp.highlights See:*!that of your JESCA's,youngsters Day Bleach Cream and h. "Glow,I "4 75e Straightening combs Combs 79 79} W. $ $ $ $. $ $, $,$, $ $ $ $ $ $4a|

are creatively engaged in'>whole* ,
some, meaningful activities: for,' A Variety of Card for all {)cC'ulonsGifts
the mummer.,,Enroll now at Liberty -
of all descriptions. Use
our layawayOPEN
Square Auditorium, 6306 DAILY & SUNDAYS A.M. to 10 1.M. If you can't make both
NW 14th ave.. For:.further Information -
call the Camp Director, JOHN A., MrMINN Owner
PL 4-2326.

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SEE THE WORLD'S

,GREAT SPIRITUAL WE WILL BUILD ON YOUR LOT Make Fish
one From

AND PSYCHIC. READER. NO REQUIRED
I '\ CASH

BISHOP HUNTER 20 different plans to choose from

If you are sick or worried, don't ALSO LARGE 3-BEDROOM HOMES FOR SALEIN Park
fall to see me today. Office hours HEIGHTS Midway .:

dally 1 p.m. to 9 | .m. ,Thursday RICHMOND
1 |itn. ,toO. p.m. Sunday 11 jnut VERY LOW DOWN PAYMENTS

dfifev ,ta 8, p.m., 1 and 2 bedroom apts. for rent

READINGS. IN CARVER RANCHESFor
1 1' FISH MARKET
'too information call .
t
tip r JOE BURTON 4221 Hallandale Blvd.

5417 SW St. HIGHVIEW HOMES, Inc.
17
Hollywood, Fla. Near Carver Ranches N.W.' 62nd StreetTHE

WESTHOLLYWOOD (just east of Home Federal Bank) 2230

.. Phones: Miami WI 5.0661Hollywood YU 9-0113 ,

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me On Sunday, June 17, His Eminence Moat Rev. "11.

Francis Wilkie, D.D.' celebrated his second year en-

__. I thronment anniversary as Archbishop Metropolitan and

Primate of the American Catholic Church with a solemn

Nui roman's Day: ai St. James ChoirCelebrates high Mass and sermon at 9 a.m. At 3 p.m. vespers withA

: special anniversary program, closing with benedictionof

Jordan{ Grove ir the Most Blessed Sacrament was held. Both services

K were well attended, in spite of the rain which: fell in the
Choir No. 2 of St. James AME afternoon.
[SuccessfulThe Church !will celebrate !its anniver*

nary Sunday, July 1, at 4 p.m.
(Many outstanding citizens of THE INCARNATION
members of Jordan Grove
Hall of
The Rev. J, S. formerly
our community: and friends of
Church wish to thank
Baptist Miami and presently at Triumph]
the Urimate ttndanc
their many friends who helped Church, Jacksonville, will be the were in' 1835 NW 54th St
to make their fourth Annual guest speaker. The program also l After the veser service the com. ltv H. E S, Reeves. Asst.

Woma's Day a successful one. 'includes music, by choirs from various M + mittoe on arrangements, headedby Our (summer schedule of cervices
Laban G of
: Bode, ohairm n
churches in the to: as follows:
city.
The
Our grand total was $3,408.41j the trustee board, invited the
public is oordailly invited to joins Low Mass 7:30: a.jti.
We invite you to come and wor- guests, members and the friends
in the celebration. Refreshments Solemn Sung Mass 8 a.m.
slhL'i!; with us any time. to attend the banquet for the occ ;
will' be served Sunday School 10
following
:immediately : a.m.
Mrs. Mae West Smikel, the sion at Dunbar cafetorhun. EYC 8
program. p.m.
general chairman t, Everyone spent an enjoyable
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4' n + Rev. Eltaiha Clark>, minister
Mrs. Inez Thomas, secretary evening. Rev. H. E. S. Reeves, assistant

>Rev. C. B. Smith, pastor GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. Congratulatory telegrams, letters I NEW BETHEL BAPTIST

W. F. Savoy 'pastor and cards
,
were re d. Some I 1671 N. W. 88th Terr.
BAHA'I ASSEMBLY An enjoyable time was had came from the following friendsof Rev Ernest Williams
pastor
last Tuesdy evening as our I' the Primate: lion: Robert F, Deacon Fred Williams
Mrs. Michael StaM member of church worshipped with the Wagner, mayor of Now York; (Sunday reporter
I morning after
the Baha'i Assembly of Miami Metropolitan AME Church, Rev fi Hon Joseph A. Cox, judge surrogate morning service there will the be

will Jpeak at the Baha'i Center, J. J, Williams, host pastor. 4'.'. court, NY Hon. P
    137 NW 11th ave., 8 Sunday Judge United States Customs
    pjm. Thanks to all who that get to visit the rick and the
    helped
    July 1. His subject will be "Re ELECTED PASTOR-Rev. Otis Court, NY; Rev. John H. Johnson stout-Ins
    ligion Must be in Accord with evening occasion! successful. Mundy, well known Miami Min DD.: St. Martina P. E,

    Science and !Reason. The housctwarming at the the ister,newly who was organized elected Mt.pastor Olivet of Church, NY.Felicitations. I NEW PROVIDENCE M. B.

    The public to cordially Invitedto Manse last Sunday was enjoyedby M. B. Church of Opa-Iocka. The from His Eminence Rev C. J, Burney, pasts
    attend. Phone secretary FR all who participated. The pastor I Most Rev. Richard
    Church was founded on the 25th of Grant, Mrs. Claudia Wilson, reporter
    15420 for further informaton. and his family are !
    very crate June and Rev. Mundy was immediately Archbishop of the African Orthodox Our revival meeting !was' a
    ful for this lovely residence which called to the pastorage. At !I Church. were given by great success, it came top close

    Church of God in Christ the church Is now purchasing the present time services will beheld Canon Charles Coopers; and many Friday' night with a total l0f 52

    Attention! There will be an important at the Nathan B. Young Ele>,J others too numerous to mentin,, the church. There
    1809 NW 5th Ave. meeting of the congrega mentarv School in East Opa-Iocka,1 I The primate wishes to than( 12 connected with Christan experience

    Elder J. C. Jdhnson' pastorIra Lion alter the morning service I until a building is constructed. The the committee members of tb< and 40 candidates for

    McCall Jr., reporterOur this Sunday.. Initial! plans will be public is always invited to worshipat congregation and friends for th< baptism.,
    Olivet M. B. Churchn
    church would like to congratulate presented as we begin our fund the new locka Mt. fine showing they made and u We were blessed to have a
    the following members raising for our church anniversary Opa: grateful for the enthusiasm an spirit filled baptism service Sun.

    to r attending the International cooperation shown. day morning and the church was
    Youth Convention that was heldin BETHEL APOSTOLIC filled with witnesses. Thanks to
    WalkeJ E
    At the 9 o'clock Mass
    The >
    Detroit: Elder Dan Coats, Mrs pastor and congregation all of friends
    our vlsltng your
    Sis. mhelma Wallace, reporter Holmes Jr. admitted
    express heartfelt sympathy tor was as a
    Rose and
    Washington our presi- the Rev. Doris L. AMoens! pastor server in the Cathedral as A presence was a great help in Ule.ucces.s
    family and relatives of the .
    dent of the YPWW George Wash. of this revival.
    late Rev. O. E. Sands, 1425 NW 2310 NW 58th St members of the Acolyte staff.
    Jngton. They enjoyed their stay; You '
    welcome
    are always in
    our
    1st place The funeral will be ,There will be a special serviceIn The memibera of the Cathedra
    (rrhe pastor and membersWOUld( held this Saturday at 2 p.m. at behalf of the pastor, Doris R, are indeed grateful to services. Come again

    like to extend our welcome to the Trinity Wesleyan Methodist L. Aikens at Bethel A. Temple lowing committee for their untiring ST. BARNABAS W. M.
    you to visit our church at all church the Rev. Geonge Johnson, 2310 NW 58th tSt. on July 1. efforts in making the al-
    times. Our prayers .go out to the officiating All arc cordially welcome to air a success neVe E. A. Culmer, pastor

    sidk! and to the sh.ut'in who were attend. Sunday School was opened by
    not able to worship with us. Mrs Elene Matthews, Miss) Miss Theresa Lows After devotion -

    ST. LUKE BAPTIST ZION HOPE M. B. Blonova Moss, Mrs. Loleta Dean, the classes took their ,places
    Mrs. Lillian Moss, Mrs, .w ih their teachers
    ST. PAUL A.M.E. CHURCH Rev p. W. Williams, pastor Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor son, !Mrs. Marble Daniels, George, !The lesson was reviewed by

    Mrs Lee Gray, reporter There will be a dinner sale SiSter Vera Johnson, secretaryLast Naomi Chain Mrs. Estrla! Peter-\ the pastor.
    27th St. Saturday. June Sunday morning's message Cooper, Jacob Dean,, Mrs Eliza
    SW 30 at
    3627 the home of The.
    Buliard Mrs. Miriam Johnsos morning worship was led
    Deacon was delivered /with power ,
    Rev. M. J. Fayson' pastor and Mm. McCloud, 3057 service was Mr. Violet Farrington, Mn by the pastor He preached from
    NW 55th St. by our pastor. Song
    beginning 12
    ,
    Our service started Sunday noon the Junior Choir Mondca Rahming, Miss Ella Mae First Corinthians/ : 6:21.: Everyone
    until. Phone NE rendered by
    with the youth in charge of Sunday delivery. Sponsored 42889 for free The Junior ushers served at the Dean, Mrs. Gladys Davis wa blessed; Th<, No 1 choir
    by the Men's
    School. Paul Wilson furnished music
    with Mrs. Lilian
    Day Committee morning: worehJp. The e venlngmessage !
    superintendent. acted Davis, cbaJ.nnan.There ., Deacon Floyd was delivered by Rev. On Thursday, June 20, the Knowlea at the piano,
    happy to have the pastor Gallon. Song service was rendered members of St. Peter's Cathedral Evening devotion was led by

    wile back. He brought us soul. .will be a musical program by the male chorus, with the attended an "At Home" for the the pastor lie preached on t h,e

    stirring sermon Sunday morning: Thursday, rips 8 pm.a senior ushers in charge Primate who was leaving the subject, "The Christlan as a Sojourner -
    male chorus closed their an. sorcd for his church in New YorkA "
    The t the church. by the (Next Sunday the Rev. J. E. city
    niversary Sunday afternoon at home mission Mrs. Annie B. McCreary, Ocala will deliver the delicious repast was served at Visitors are always welcome
    3:30. They wish to thank every Sullivan president The public is message The public is invited to the home of Mrs Lilian Moss We are praying for the speedy,
    one (Who participated. Invited. attend services and to continue and sister. The members are sad- recovery of our organist, Mrs.
    sPOnsored dened by his departure and hope Rosa Roberts School
    If you missed the tea ruin ,otnnnn our Sunday
    by the Usher Board No. 1 you 'in prayer for the sick and shut- for an early return. secretary, Mum Maxine Major,
    missed a treat at the home of MT. HERMON A. M. E. ins.

    Mrs. Grady Lee featuring tlwTwilight r
    Rev. S. L. Gay
    of St. Paul. They] pastor
    Stars boards, It's Never Too Late
    !
    represented the various Mt. Hermon AME Church of TEMPLE BAPTIST

    closed of the with church.a Tom The Thumb program Wed-wad* third the North Miami District held' its Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor To get your graduation picture mad.
    quarterly conference beginning
    fThe choirs will sing jointly on
    ding Friday with Presiding Sunday, and the Lord's Supper WE.FURNSH, CAPS AND GOWNS
    Our guest minister, Rev. Dan.! Elder F. A. Allen in charge The I will be administered during the

    leis, brought us the evening messajge service was beautifully. opened morning! and evening service Kindergarten, High School, College
    with the singing of choir No. 1.
    M J ,'e day obsevance' is Just
    Our sick members are: Mr. E, Following the Scripture which four weeks away, and the chairman --4JOHNSON -
    Saunders, Mrs. A. Grice, Mrs. R. was read from the first Epistle of Deacon A J. Hanna, and
    h John, the business leSion was co-chairman Brother George I
    L. Williams. Visit them wit OF MIAMIFR
    a word of cheer Please visit us la begun. All boards and clubs reported Hc&burn wish to remind the men
    our Sunday service. ( bringing a sum of $109 of Temple that no one can accomplish

    A memorial service was held great things unless he 7-2294
    for two members who passed aims at great things. They say,
    ST. MARY'S W. M. during this quarter Anthony "Let's go to the moon this time"The

    Iter. H. Y. Stuart, pastor Rolle and William Lester. Rev. .Herbert Ferguson,
    of our associate ministers,
    Miss Dorothy Major, reporterOn one "Living Service for the Living"
    The quarter ended Sunday returned from the Bahamas this
    the
    last Sunday morning .
    morning with a soul stirring service week. Welcome
    inspir-
    pastor delivered a very
    and a most inspiring sermon
    he'waS
    Sunday night
    ing message.
    equally as iwel 1 as the by the Presiding Elder. MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev.
    rrotal raised during the quarter

    morning four message.At o'clock the Pulpit celebrated was $40.Mt. E. M. Thomas, pastor
    Phyllis Myers, reporter
    its 18th anlversary. It ww
    Sunday was a wonderful day.It .
    well attended and I am sure Henna I II still extendingan
    was Woman's Day, a d ay
    those who were not there missed invitation to all of its friends which the women of the church
    a wonderful treat. and well wishers to come and
    had long awaited and prepared
    Sunday School will begin Its worship with us at the biggest' I

    usual hour with the superintendent little church in town. for.Mrs Beatrice Weldon of West !
    Bullard In charge,
    John
    Palm Beach was the morning '
    11 o'clock evening 1
    morning service :
    speaker She was not a stranger
    service 7:30. Sunday the first St. Matthew's Freewill --
    she his
    stranger to us because

    be Sunday administered the Lord's Our morning Supper pastor (will and Rer.2014 J. B.NW Woodley Eth Court, pastor been Day for our a number speaker of on years.Woman's Oscar [.!\Range\]Funeral'\ HomeM.

    service.
    evening Nathaniel Thomas, reporter Mrs. Claudia Wilson, a member Athalie Range Owner N. Patrick
    be In charge all day. We are Range, Mgr
    .butinspray IWe extend our prayers to the of New Providence Church, wa
    and .
    praying for our sick 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue
    for Sister sick and those who are shut- the speaker.Deacon+ .
    en are asked Nelson is in Jackson
    members and in. OX 1-0131 OX 1-4343
    Lambert by all
    this week. HospUl. We are praying for him
    friends. She is at Kendall Hospital Worship' together:
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    THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA IN I MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKS CARD Family OF of THANKS the Late

    PAGE 12 SATURDAY JUNE 30 1962 The Family of The EDITIITREMBLE
    Sad but Loving Memory of Our
    .
    '," MRS.LILLIE ML eLate ON.\.f atwish
    Dear Wife, Mother and : who died Gag
    Grandmother who departed 1! LouisVille,
    '>Iii .' their thanks andKelghbSrMn
    May zr.: to express
    :ma ykfcyM'f : .,.. '!& I wishes to thank the m rie : an their friends!
    ,' bARDS' :_ 1 NEjiOflIALSI' t '. "" : ana neighbors for their,.numerous,' the area of Char-

    ; I,I .: expressions of sympathy, antt deed* % Susie's Bar, 6515 N.W. 22nd
    .
    : thefLQUr, of sympathy
    kindness during Oi &
    J< t'1< I' jot for expressions
    ."
    :" t< \
    ..: ""J: !oere vement Thanks to'ftU) who shown them during their recentJereVement.

    I IN MEMORIAMIn J :,'US. :,MEMORfAM' sent.heir llowerr cars, Special, cards,thanks-to,anddpnatea the.rtange CHARLIE. TREMBLE- ._. _, /_Son;

    of Our Dear funeral? Home. MI.. very' .
    Loving Memory otDEACON \ In Loving Memory SUSIE TREMBLE,
    \ Mother and Sister special>> thanks to Elder Myers, Efaer Daughter-in-Law

    IRS. LEONIA MINGO ROBERTSwho gy'r' Atkins Walkers Temple Mem abide EI.IZA JOHNSON, Daughter;
    jers. May God's blessing
    Nieces and
    departed this life I with all. Three one Nephew.

    June 30, 1953 HENRY ROBINSON, __ L _-",""' ''''
    Key West Florida I I Husband;
    i per 'here is a land ot pure delight i ALiCb AWARDS, DELORES
    Vhere saints immortal reign; ROBINSON; Daughters;. /DEATHS
    ntinite days exclude the night, ju WALTER ROBINSON,' Son;
    ind banishes :' elk ......._-t.Aoc l ,
    pleasure pain.
    4 I 11 Grandchildren and a hostof
    We all love you but God loves e Relatives: and Friends.
    's IOU best.

    \4\ MERVERT Daughter;ROBERTS, CARD OF THANKS#\ ,

    4 MARY ROBERTS, Daughter; 4 The Family',of the Lat 'i 1
    V\ LOUISE DeVEAUX, Sister; N .. .
    -,-. -
    MIRIAM RUSSELL, Sister; c'
    CLIFFORD MINGO\ ,. Brother; :' :: .:
    OLIVE MAYO Sister -'--'-. "" ""-"""" -" "" "-.yr.-"r. '
    ;
    ? r! .It : ,.
    RUBY THORPE, Sister, MRS. MARY E., SEYMOURwho : eM1'
    died on June 30,1959
    IN MEMORIAL Gone, but not forgotten '
    I Nearest mother, thou hast left us; ''
    In Loving Memory of Our Here thy loss,we deeply feel; .r N W gR
    I Dear Son, Brother, Uncle I I But 'tis God that has bereft us,
    and Father He can all our sorrows heal.C. .

    SEYMOUR, Husband;
    N '
    '- .". .." ..,.. A .:: P. SEYMOUR, Son;
    !?NrRq' ., .. MRS. C. THOMAS, Daughter; 6 i
    .
    A. MOBLEY ( THE FAMILY. a. ,S 5c, X
    who died June 14, 1953 ,. ,,' )
    ,. 'Gone but not forgotten a IN MEMORIAMIn
    .. 4 U" M. MOBLEY Wife; :

    ..;WALTER MOBLEY, Son;, 'i't Jf. Loving Memory of Our
    ETTA'J. MOBLEY, Daughter' Dear Mother, Grandmother and
    Sister
    'I.K MEMORIAM I MRS. LILLIAN McKENZIEwho
    : ; departed this life uneral Services for the Late
    Isi-dad but Loving Memory of Our
    4y June 25, 1941 REV. THOMAS OSBORNE SANDS
    Dm Daughter and Granddaughter .M 'She always leaned to watch for us, will be held at the Trinity Wesleyan -

    N ,"M......I.abnMfrp'wa,, ,,'"..3'x w ,? E In_winter by the window, ( A4W 2 p.m.' House'of Albert is in
    .. 4, .
    in charge
    summer by the gate. -- -

    d6 farT i' Her thoughts were all so full of us, MRS. ANNIE MAE GREEN ,
    She could forget!
    21 never who died on' Friday, June 15, 1962 Range .
    And think that
    so we where she I Is
    ., ,.
    wishes to sincere thanksto .
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    She must be watching yet. friends 7 ::
    Waiting till we come home to her, the many and neighborswho :. .. "'.,
    '1
    Anxious if we are late- were so kind during our hour '" "

    Watching from Heaven's window of bereavement. <, }.. ",;; I
    "
    Loaning from Heaven's gate." Special gratitude to the Range .,1'A':
    THE FAMILY Funeral Home, Rev S. A. Cousin, d !' !
    : :
    the stewardesses of Bethel A.M.E.
    .
    CARD OF THANKSThe I Church and all others who were so '. ", '. i I
    '
    URIAH ANDRE DELEVEAUXwho attentive in their time of sorrow Y .
    God bless all of ..1
    May you.
    "crossed the bar
    on Family of the Later :
    June 26, 1960 TIIH FAMILY': ti
    )
    Sunset and evening star, and one MKS. ANNIE L. MAPPS, ,
    clear call for me! Daughter; 'i .:j..t
    And may there be no moaning of .Mil. GEORGE SMITH
    the bar Brother;
    When I put out to sea MR. HENRY MAPPS,
    For tho' from out our bourne of a Son.in-Law; ,
    time and place MR. RICHARD MIMS, L' ; .
    The flood may bear me far, Grandson;
    I hope to see my pilot face to face E. nml other Relatives.
    When I have crossed the bar.
    .- -- Tennyson. a CARD OF THANKSThe
    \-MAElfoLL THE FAMILY ,
    who departed this life Family of the Later

    July 3, 1961 IN MEMORIAMIn
    y Gone, but not forgotten.
    ,Grant unto her, 0 Lord,.eternal Sad but Loving Memory of :;: i I
    rest and may light perpetual shine My Dear Husbandand $ : II I UIUMAS WILLIAMS, of 1429
    upQn her. Sadly missed by her Our Brother I N.W. 65th St., died June 20 at his
    'loved ones. FRANK L. PERKINSwho r residence. Ills survivors includehis
    HARRY and IVA ROLLE, departed this life wife, Katie; a brother; Issaih
    Parents and FAMILY. of Turks Island Bahamas
    ; June 22, 1960 I Wynns ;
    at the end of : several cousins. Funeral services
    There's gate
    IN MEMORIAMIn the roadThrough an open will be held Saturday, June 30, 3
    which each must alone I om, at St. Matthews Baptist
    go ;
    Loving Memory of Our Church Rev. Clark
    officiating. Mr.
    There is a light we cannot see, E
    Dear Son and Brother Williams is in
    <4 Our Father claims his own. now repose at Range
    WALTER WILSON Gone but not forgotten. Funeral Home\ and will lie in re
    MRS. LOSSIE GARDNERwho pose at his residence beginning 10
    ""If who departed this life MRS. GLADYS PERKINS,
    July 4, 1958 Wife; departed this life p.m. tonight and will remain there
    You are not forgotten loved one MRS. BERNICE SCOTT, June 3. 1962 until 8 a.m. Saturday morning
    Nor will you ever be, I Sister: wishes to take thIs method of ex when he will be taken to the
    'i' As long as life and memory last, HAROLD and GRANVILLE pressing our sincere thanks and Church. Interment will be in Lincoln
    We will remember thee. PERKINS, Brothers; appreciation to our many friends aR .' Cemetery.

    JACK WILSON, Father; Key West, Florida. and neighbors for flowers, telegrams WILSON STOREY, of 3178 NW.
    MRS. CLAUDIA WILSON, cards letters, donations, <
    N.W. 43rd St., a resident of the
    MotherHAYWOID IN MEMORIAM calls, food and kindness Miami community for some 26
    during
    WILSON their hour of bereavement
    : years, was dead upon arrival at
    J I Brother; In Sad but Loving Memory of My Special thanks to Rev. C. J. Jackson Memorial Hospital June
    LAURA JONES, Sister Dear Husband Burney, officers; members and 26. He is survived by his wife,
    N ROBERT LAMBERTwho friends of New Provir Lucille; his mother, Lula; three
    I MEMORIAMIn departed this life sionary Baptist Church, the nurses, BROTHER WILLIE COLLIERwho daughters, Mesdames Mattie Oliver,
    June 30, 1957 Mrs. Harris, King, and Smith, Mrs. Creola Smith, and Ella Frances
    Memory of Gone, but not forgotten. May he Llllie Doles Mrs. Marie Johnson, June departed 4 1962 this life Mays; three sons, Willie James, Robert
    ')'CARROL SYMONETTE BRYANT rest in peace. Dr. G. W. Hawkins, and the Rich takes this method,of expressing its and Willie Wilson; three sis
    who expired June 29, 1960 MRS. MAMIE LAMBERT and ardson Funeral Home for its, cour sincere thanks and appreciation to ters, Mesdames Mattie Graham,

    1 "Asleep in Jesus! 0 for me, I....."FAMILY............- .... -I teous, kind and efficient service. its many friends and neighbors Rankins Eula Mae Storey, and Emma Jane
    May such a blissful refuge bel! May the Lord's richest blessingrest who were kind during its hoursof ; two brothers, Floyd of
    so
    Securely shall my ashes lie, |IN MEMORIAMIn upon each of you. bereavement. Thanks for your Buena Vista, Ga., and Sgt. Willie
    GARDNER ANDERSON and with the Armed Services in Cali-
    the summons from on
    Waiting telegrams, letters, cards, flowers
    Sad but Loving Memory of Our SCREEN FAMILY. fornia. Funeral arrangements are
    high. cars donations, food and all otherkind
    MILLIS SYMONETTE and Dear Mother incomplete at this time.
    gestures of sympathy.
    I MARY WIIYEMSwho DEATHThe
    FAMILY. departed this life Special thanks to the Rev. F. D MRS. IRENE GARDNER, of 1717

    June 29, 1957 Family of the Late Wright, Rev. Raymond Walker, N.W. 63rd St, a resident of Miami
    CARD OF THANKSThe In' Nassau Bahamas DENNIS WILLIAMS Rev. Elite King Rev. Milton Fay for more than 38 years, died June
    of the Late "Friends may think we have whose death notice appeared in lastweek's son, Rev. I. S. Clark and Presiding 26 at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
    ZENOBIA Family JEAN, SAWYER forgotten, > paper, would like to correct Elder Allen. Special thanks also to She is survived by her husband,
    MRS. smile the concerning Mr. Williams'survivors. the Richardson Funeral Home for Benson one Bertram Ramsey
    5 1962 When at times they see us error ; son ;
    whose life expired May ,
    their But they little know the aching i of Ills survivors are: its very fine and efficient service. five brothers, Charlie Ben, Chil-
    method to
    take this the express friends our hearts." MRS. STINA WILLIAMS. Mother; May God's richest blessings rest lian, George, and Hero es Seymour;
    sincere thanks to and to many those who Sadly missed by children: MRS. LOMMIE WILLIAMS, Wife; upon each of you. five sisters Mesdames Ilona Poit-
    and neighbors cards of sympathy ROSA WALLACE Daughter; MISS ROXIE WILLIAMS, MRS. ROSE COLLIER Wife; ier, Elizabeth Seymour Pearl Seymour
    sent telegrams,
    Daughter MME. LAURA Saviletta Ferguson, andOpheha'
    OLIVIA W. BULLARD, ;
    who JESSIE
    and those gave !
    flowers,
    arid' Daughter JURINE and JUANITA HATTIE ELAM Lightburn,' one grandchild.
    us the use of their cars. Special and GRACE MILLER, Daughter; WILLIAMS, Sisters; ADAMS, ANNIE DARLING, Funeral services will be held Mon
    thanks to Father R. J. Reece;Company VERA M. MONROE, ISIAH, WALTER, FRED, DAN, MAMIE REAVES and EVA day, 3:30: p.m. at Mt Tabor Baptist
    the Key West Undertaking services.- Daughter; ODIE DANNY, JAMES, LEROY, COFFIE, Sisters; Church, Rev. Purdy Brown officiat
    for their efficient JOSEPH WIIYEMS, Son; MANNIE, RANDOLPH, ELIJAH HENRY and JACK COWER, ing.Continued

    :'I.. May God blesTIIEcFAMILY. HEWITT MONROE, Son. and CHARLIE, Brothers. Brothers. on next pIle)

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    Rev. Fayson Dies f THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMi FLORIDASATURDAY .
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    ; Rev M. J. Fayson, pastor of I .JUICE'30 1962. '
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    'St Paul AME Church, NW 19th
    .
    At and ,4th Ct. died suddenly' a- w wa '.. '. .,' T .. '.. ."''I ....f-

    at tile home Friday morning. I Range :;; ; | to mourn ,fJv$.inters,"i frs. EllaWrlg.bt
    .
    The Funeral' arrangements are 'In .j 4
    charge, of Rene Funeral Horn. ) MMeps&fl2; Mamfe., J
    .---- -- ALBERT LEONARD {WLLIAMS,'1 f Blanche, and Erma Mean; four
    "-- of 7410 N.W. 17th '."Ct .be &/W'othtm. Wlll/e.Jferman,.Ji ,.Uitv.....
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    known as Ji-0 Williams died June t or and Clifford.Arlin :-1"
    24 at Jackson", Memorial/ Hospital t
    lIe came to Miami In 1015 from I ALEXANDER/ ;:?,?
    : his home in Nassau and has lived I N.W. 17th Ave., died at his homeon
    '1 June 22. lie leaves to
    here since that time. Mr. Williams mourn,
    I .., I_, -I .- ...... had been a faithful member of two daughters* Mrsine,
    Smith and' Mrs. Julia'
    Metropolitan A.M.E. Church for AnrtJ
    FOR RENT ofFOR : several years. lie is survived by Un;.'five sons, Murry,, ,Ma'{ 1'rg
    SALE his widow, Charlotte; six daugh pie; Tflnwrand RobeijL
    3-ROOM Cottages water furnish ters, Mesdames Rosetta Lowe Gen ,ters and one brother 'I'M1. rt
    ed. $10 week 669 NW. 8th ,St. bldg.WEST" fend HOLLYWOOD 3 lots 5110, CBS Pembroke store I eva Benson. Maxine Brown, Ophel was shipped to Dothanthe /:AlebamI.. D
    FR 72902.E. In Morley, Irene Tolliver, and Gen Halls ''Funeral Motu4ware: *
    PICARD .* Rd. (Carver Ranches) Res. for r neral ,services'
    ette ,and burial
    Must sell. YU 3.6214.6/31 Farrington, fmif\ Sons, Leonard '!1lt. t
    Rental Agency\ equity Jr., Osborne, Earl and Herbert; I' conducted .
    '
    Rental .eollectlotll'.PropertY.. CHECK 1021 N.W. 45th STRETcornerdwith one brother, Jerimiah Patton; one '
    management, real estate lovely CBS, fenced I sister, Mrs. Geneva Hunt of San MORTON L McNEIL, of FS.
    569 NW 8th ,St. FR 7-1902 huge Fla. room and 2 Salvadore, Bahamas; and 28 grand i''Lauderdale, died at the V A, Ho*
    pitrl in Gables
    1 BEDROOM furnished ap'W Al car garage for those who want the children.held tomorrow Funeral June services will be Ibis: survived Coral by his wife on JunQ,28.,.SuK t
    30, 4:30
    bestl Federal Mortgage Co., PL : p.m.
    utilities. Downtown area. 918NK at a sister Mrs. Diana HarrUfta
    4.0SOO l&df 8-6261 or PL 4-2605. 5909 N.W, Metropolitan A.M.E. Church brother Mr. Dan McNeil,
    2nd Ave.REPOSSESSED. R Rev. J. J, Williams officiating. Mr. :Jt,The
    body was shipped to ..the.Mt'RI' ,
    Williams is now in at Range
    OPA LOCKA area. 1 bedroom repose ,
    Funeral Home in St.
    Petersburg
    6 large room Funeral Home and will lie in stateat
    uwly, decorated, unfurnished
    '15. .Furnished $11, 2 bedroomunfurn. house, 1H years old. Low down his residence beginning at 7 p.m. where burial,rites' will be.( $18, turn 2 bedroom payment. 1581 N.E. 151st Ter. tonight, and will remain there until red! "". \!
    Nfi 4.0600 IfldfNEWLV Washington Park N. Miami Bch 7 TJ.m. Saturday'morning when he f
    Call NE 3-6187. Open Sunday 11-6, WHO WILL BE BEAUTICIANOF will be taken to Metropolitan Albert. .

    Renovated .furnished or DEATH in family, must sell today. THE YEAR? Miami Beautl- A.M.E.in Lincoln Church. Interment will be MR. SAM YOUNG of 2020*'N.85th .m
    tibfurnished apts. in the Opa 1962 apt. gas stove and refrigera clans Unit '/ is sponsoring Mrs. Cemetery, St., died in Jackson M rnoH of f
    Lbpka area near church, school tor. Stove 2 months old. OX 1-3691 Mildred Monroe as Beautician of RALPH JAMES FLOWERS, of June 23. Services will be'' held
    a.nel shopping center. Call Mick the year against units 55, 42, and 1440 N.W 72nd St., Apt. 4, died Monday p.m. at St James'A'.M.E.: :
    Ins Rental Agency. Nte! 789 N.W. 45th STREET. 4 bed 19. The winner will be crowned at June 27 at South Florida State Church. Rev. J. B. Blacknell, 'pas.
    Inflf rooms, 2 baths, Fla. room, garage the Coronation Ball to be held Sunday Hospital, Hollywood Fla. He Is tor. His survivors are his widow,
    $400 down. See today nice for July 15, 1962 at the Mary' survived by his wife, Mary; one Mrs. Essie Mae Young; one daughter
    Ant .COOLED auditorium includ big family. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, Elizabeth Fiesta Room, 9 'til 1 p.m. son, James Benjamin Flowers; two one brother, one niece and
    ing lights, .janitorial service, etc. 2644 N.W. 62nd St. Nites PL 9-5533, Elizabeth Fiesta Room, daughters, Mesdames Florence four nephews. lie will be on: view
    Available for church use. Call Days OX 19372. Stevenson and Christine Mims; two in the chapel from Sunday. .afternoon -
    OX 6-0231. Indf. 1051 N.W. 43rd STREET. Beauty, brothers, Bertram and Benjamin; until funeral time. : :
    794 N.W, 45th STREET.. See to-
    see today. 2-bedroom CBS, garage, four sisters, Mesdames Rowena Ad-
    decorated $8.50( '
    NEWLY rooms,
    lay. Lovely kitchen, terrific buy. MRS INDIA BRISBON, of L 2440
    fireplace, hardwood floors, air derley, Elizabeth Saunders, Bertha
    single, $10.00 double. Mae's Guest Fla. room, carports 2 bedrooms, conditioned, be cool. Total 12500. and Ruby;'eight N.W. 155th Ter., Opa-locka, die* inJackson
    House, 2170 Washington Ave., Oo- porch plus large patio.. $400 down MOO down, $78 month. A Ben- uncle and one grandchlldrenl one arrangements Memorial Hospital.
    locka, Fla. 6/30 578.00 month pays all. A. Ben- Kori Realtor. Nites PL 9-5533, are incomplete at this 15. Services were conducted June
    BUNCIIE PARK 3 bedroom Kori, Realtor. Nites PL. 9-5533, Days OX 1.9372.ATTENTION time. 23 at Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church, Rev
    area.
    Days OX 1-9372. If. E. Green, pastor. She Ujitft-.
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    furnished. yard
    house Large en
    \ vived her husband.. Jill l
    MRS GLADYS GOODEN, of 2263 by ,Mt "
    closed with fence. Quiet neigh 1807 N.W. 47th STREET. Furnl-! HIGH SCHOOL '
    Brisbon 80ntwo + ,
    daughter
    N.W. 64th St., died June 27 at ; one ?
    NA 16654. 6/30
    borhood. Phone ure worth $1,500 included In total GRADS Jackson Memorial Hospital. She mother, Mrs Azalee\ Robinspn'.ttf,
    EFFICIENCY, furnished, free utili once of $9,500. $300. down. See EARN $126 A WEEK is survived by her husband, Robert Jacksonville; four sisters, and three

    ties, quiet neighborhood 1168 low.V.W. 62nd A. Ben St.-Konl N tea Realtor PL 9-5533, 2644, Train now with RETS ; an adopted daughter Miss brothers. t J
    Rosa Mae Jones uncle RoberSlnguefield.
    an ,
    N.W. 51st St. PL 13360. 6/30 ; '
    Days OX 1-9372. Call PL 7.9332 Funeral services will MRS ANNIE LEE JAMES ol '427
    FURNISHED efficiencies, utilities be held Monday, 1:30: .m. in the N.W. 21st St., died June 20: in
    included, $12.50 a week. 620 N.W. Range Memorial Chapel,Rev. C. B Jackson Memorial. She is survived I. .
    8th St. FR 72902. FREENEW Preston, officiating. Interment by her husband, Ralph; three 'dt.
    will be In Evergreen Cemetery. ters and three brothers of Cordele,
    1 WEEK FREE. Lovely houses RADIO WITH YOUR TV PURCHASE Ga. Arrangements are IDtom let,.
    $15, $18 and $22 per week. Will' Richardson MRS\ ESSIE MAE THOMAS
    sell to high class people, $50 down TV SETS WOODS, died in Jackson Memorial
    balance weekly. Can pay the down! I Hospital June 24. She was'' sent to
    payment weekly. NE 5-5566., *. IS ROSCOE MACK, of 1729 N.W. 3rd I Moultrie Ga.'June 28 for; services
    I Ave., died at Jackson Memorial and burial. Her survivors includetwo
    3-ROOM. Apt. Reduced. $10.50 per. Hospital on June 10. lie is survived sisters, 'Mesdames Ruth' Crocs
    week. Call E. Picard Rental Agency 3500 by a brother. Thomas of wan wnom sne resided ac 10701
    FR 7.2902.TWOBEDROOM. 4 Columbia, South Carolina; three S.W; 149th St., Richmond Heights
    nieces, Mrs. Edith Johnson and and Juanita arris; two brothers,
    house, living ratherine: of Detroit, Mich., and Charlie and Willie Thomas.MR. .
    room, dining room, Fla. room, kit I SETS Marie Anton of Columbia, South ''
    then with Frlgidalre and stove plus Carolina Funeral services will beheld ANDERSON SALLY; of, 3034
    carporte. 6500 N.W. 8th Ave. Ph. HUNDREDS OF FLOOR SAMPLES, REBUILTS Saturday, June 30 at 11 a.m. N.W. 57th St., died at home June
    PL 80782. from Mt. Zion Baptist Church with 26 following a period of illness lie
    nice AND NEW TV SETS TO CHOOSE FROM Rev. E. T, Graham officiating. is survived by his widow, Mrs.
    ROOM In private home for HAROLD MEARS. of 311 N.W. Julia Sally; one daughter, Mrs.
    clean man. OX 1-0425. 60U TV Market 111 S.W.12th, Ave 10th St., Apt. 1, dyed at his home Dorothy Wright: two sons, M/Sgt.
    ROOM on bus line. 104 N.W. "n June 22. Funeral services will Erwin and Leroy; two brothers,
    St. PL 1.1113.TURNISIIED be held on Saturday, June 30, at two sisters and 10 grandchildren
    1-bedroom apartment I 2 p.m. from the Chapel with Rev. Funeral arrangements .are incom
    59th Street. S. A. Cousin officiating lie leaves plete. '
    744 N.W. DOLPHIN MOTEL & CLUB

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    furnished- $16.50tL1012apartment JEKYLL ISLAND, GEORGIA

    :St. PL,, 84925.
    America's Year Round Sepia Playground Sale I
    $13 PER WEEK, furnished, 1-bed Fjor :

    room water. apartment.6039 N.W.. 24th Free Ave.gas and Ph. Conventions Club Groups Families always welcome J

    I b e
    HI 61266.HOUSE Private, Beach Cocktail Lounge Beautiful Rooms
    beautiful 2-bedroom yartile 5 Brand New ModelsIn

    bath, electric kitchen, fenced For a, Terrific Vacation Call I

    buy Immediate. 1150 N.W.76th possession.! Street.Option To see to Mrs. ,.A. Robinson, Mgr. NE 5.2273 or !NE 59986SACRIFICE Beautiful Richmond Height .I'.;.:.:.

    call 6332051.: )/l: .11.I,

    FURNISHED APT. Yard and w F First Come First Served .'1:
    torch Rear. Call OX J2426. 1 I'' -

    NICE FURNISHED front bedroomin SACRIFICE!
    clean home, use of entire housfc; OPEN SUNDAY 2 TO 6 P.M.
    like home for nice single man 'c/r/ WANT ONLY CASH OFFERS
    couple. 1831 N.W. 49th St. .

    : IIELP helper.WANTEDMOTHER'S Live in. Young f Subject to ht Bank Mortgage Only 14970 thru 15100 Fillmore Street

    girl $25.00 monthly. FR 11905. ;if 0 3-bedooms with loge closet

    works nights. I
    YOUNG Looking for MOTHER someone to sleep In. -; 3044 NW 58th StreetNew 2 complete bathoom fully tiled!

    'PL 84554. '
    CHILD CARE 34>edroom, 1 bath, tile roof and partly I Ir with vanities and tub enclosure ,. ,..", '

    'WOULD LIKE to keep small child furnished :/
    ren for working mothers in my 0 All formica kitchen with oven and range '
    home. 1894 N.W 55th St. Ph. S .
    NE 5-0146. 0 Hood to take away cooking odor

    IN MY HOME, very cheap. 1622 3386.3392 NW 50th Street Beautifully landacaped'f.
    Phone 6964092. J
    N.W. 63rd St.

    2 duplex 2 bedroom each apt. on separate lot Many ,more wonderful feature ,,' .
    FOR SALE ,;.':'..
    I .- "" .'.
    MODERN CBS r ,'
    Park lot 3141 & 3153 NW 53rd StreetTwo ,
    Near Manor large ORA D. TAYLOR, Agent ,
    tile Fla. room, 3 baths, po
    heatinand 5-unit apartment houses on ,separate lot
    tential income
    I M. H. M. Inc Day 667-6984
    cooling, oak floors, ample WANT CASH OFFERS ONLY

    closets and storage, $17,500by I .
    owner. CALL OWNER UN 6-8098 Night: FR 9.6786

    No qualifying $2,500 cash July 4. "

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    MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Tiny Teens Traveling WMBM Creates Playground

    PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1962 Summer Clubs I
    Baseball League

    Girls and boys ago 8-13 years.
    Mays Halfback Accepts are Invited to join in. the YWCA iRoderick Silva supervisor ofborsey
    Summer Club for four weeks in J Park Recreation and Earl King Golden to
    Northwestern U Scholarship J July. The club/ will meet two days J. Carroll, Assistant supervisor ,
    a week tram 0 to 3 p.m. if ith to thank Mr. Kline, director Address CORE }:i!
    vAf' -- radio station WMBM for
    Otis Armstrong, stellar ; yIfi Club program will ootuitt of of
    h halfback and hurler for the Practical trips trips to :the Serpentarium 4 resting the WOMBM baseball Convention 55
    I past. two seasons, has accepted a Nursing Monkey Jungle Japanese Gardens league; for( little leaguers. Tho .t r
    grant- in-aid scholarship attend -\
    Northwestern University at Class at NHS swimming, Homestead pools the beach Air Base fish. sponsors in the league consist ofKing Martin Luther, King Jr., andHafrY

    Evanston, 111.Armstrong. I ing off causqN'ay. There will be The Tailor, Harlem Square Golden /will be m a I n

    Practical Nursing Is & Conservatory_ story hour At the: I flub Jolly Cholly' Car Inc., speakers at COKE'S 20th annual -
    has had a brilliantcareer ----- -
    at Mays i in both academicand wide program offered to prepare classes In dance nr arts at the Ideal Insurance Service First In ) convention to be held at
    TV Joe, Sir John' Hotel
    library: and other things aimed at surance
    athletics which have result adults to become competent Bayfront Auditorium: here June
    ed in his having had offers from members of the health and nurs- making worthwhile the Summer .Club a 4nd Hampton House. 28 through July 1.
    Illinois Wichita Tennessee A cultural experience
    The supervisors of the league
    ing teams. for the youth. The YWCA Yolks- In announfcdng |the ConventlQni -
    and I, FAMU and Talladega. At ''hope that the parents and citi-
    wagon will be the clubhouse In COKE National diaJy-;
    the recent Silver Knight Pro- '
    ions of our community express
    gram sponsored by the Miami The !program of Practical Nur- case of rain,, the YWCA auditor their gratitude by patronizingtheir man emphiszed that the year
    Herald he was runner-orp in the sing Education,, offered at North ium will be used.Membership stores. has seen the significant extension -
    athletic category and was alwardcd western Senior High School is a of CORE and of non-violent'
    a plaque and a cash donation. accredited by the Florida State Summer Club in will the Tiny Teens (Those sponsors feel that donating drect scion Into the deep south
    Board of Nursing and the Florida be limited toa .uniforms and prizes to states of Mississippi and Ala-
    This is the second Mays athleteto State Department of Education. ,in maximum each of 12 young people these kids will help' to occupy bama for the first time.
    receive a Big Ten athletic group. The fee is $4.50 their time and as a result, helpto
    scholarship; Cecil Young 60, a The next class will open in weekly which includes memfoer- prevent juvenile crime in our Since CORE presently has a
    junior halfbaoki at the University September 1962. Applicants are ship, insurance fees and trans community. A banquet will be record number tof chapters
    of Illinois, who broke the immortal being accepted now. Those inter- portation.' Club members will given at the end of the season throughout the country 67 -
    Red Grange's kickoff return ested in the program should re bring their own lunCh each day Any (pareno can send their child- this year's convention Is ex-
    record port to Northwestern High for an and milk will be furnished. pected to have an unusually
    as a sophomore last season I ran to the park! in their area to
    was the first interview Interviews are heldon For more information' call Mrs. participate on the large attendance.:
    Thursday and Friday 1:30: .team.'I
    Carolyry Holand
    direc Promotion on the agenda
    to 3:30: p.m. n room 249 tor.
    12 Adult CentersTo I iW Ilbe[ formulation' I'of plains
    Applicants must ,be citizens of Beautiful Home on project, Freedom Highways,
    the United States, at least 17 which Is aimed: at desegregating
    Offer ClassesThe years of age and have at least Support The NAACP Your lot for COKE'S: forthcoming major
    two years of high school educa- Howard Johnson's restaurants on
    adult Homemaking Education tion or its equivalent. ;(cwai a the main east coast hig waYI.
    Division of the Dade Coun-
    ty Board of Public Instruction is BROWNSVILLECORPORATION lack addition there will be full
    offering to all adults 12- !week KIDS TO PAINT discussion: of OOHE's action pro-
    courses in Plain Sewing, Ad- gram on housing and employmentin
    valnced SewUng, B&teic Women' the north. Three workshopswill
    ZOO' SCENES AT
    Tailoring,, ;,Home Decorations and We Finance Mortgagee be .held during the conven-
    Basic Foods and Furniture Re- .. tion: on employment, housing and
    upholstering I CRANDONYoung Buy and sell lots and homes - schools.
    I Complete Building Service
    in Real Estate
    Anything t'LONNINO
    Homemakng classes e
    will be Artist Day The day
    held in the follcdvlng centers be- animals and 'Ikiids get together and We also lend moneyJ. C BUILDING TrammelMemorial/
    ginning July 2 through September paints fly will be held Thurs- e FINANCING
    21 II. IIARKLEY Your New Home
    Jay 12
    July at Crandon Park

    J. E Scott Homes, Monday and Zoo. 3095 N.W. 52nd) St. Your New Horn Real Estate SchoolNow

    Thurday evening The zoo's giraffe might end up Phones NE 3-3198 No Down
    Orchard Villa School, Monday with a few more spots on his 691.5851 enrolling for classes
    Tuesday and Thursday hide but art must 'be served. Indf PaymentOver Dade County's and Florida's first
    From past events the animals ,t Race Real Estate School Compe.
    J. R. E Lee School. Monday. the zoo had as much fun as t h: e Twenty Years of teat instructors added according
    Liberty Square Project Mon- kids Construction experience; to employment' needs.
    day and Wednesday Medicines dispensed at low Guaranteed Satisfaction! Invest in a career for a life time.
    North Dade School, Monday Dade Park Recreation. Division Call 750.0221 for Information-
    thru Friday. announced the contest is open to cost 1364340 evening .
    TW School, Monday through all Dade County boys and girls Blood, urine tests for health CV'aaaaz7oaoa Mrs. Ora D. Taylor President.
    16 years and under The amateur and marriage I 4208 N.W. 7th Are.
    Thursday. ( Q
    artists will work between 10 a.m.
    Miami
    Fla.
    Frank C. Martin School, Mon- and 12 noon at which time a DR. LONG'S CLINICA ,
    line will made. Licensed by Florida Heal Estate
    'judging oe Any- PL 1-3604
    dayMay. High, Tuesday. one can enter and young artists General Health ServiceNon.surgical Commission. Our motto: Training
    Miami. for immediate and future ser.
    Bethel may choose oils, water colors,
    AME Church, Wednes- treatment of Rup ylce Rush application in
    crayons or any medium but must your
    day.J bring their own materials with ture, Rectal Diseases, Vsrlooo. 888 N.E. 79th St person.
    W. Johnson, Wednesday. them. Veins, Prostate Arthritic, Reducing or by telephone

    Thursday R. f" eveings.Moton< Tuesday and 1545 N.W. 1st Street Don't be a Freeloader! "ne a First" Jun30


    Northwestern Senior High, Advertise It Pays! I FR 3-2748 Parking In Res.rear HI S-0194 Support The NAACP ,

    Monday through Thursday days Drive Carefully" !-
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    evenings. yessg&g&e&g&ss&e&sss ;

    For further information I call ASK MR. SWEETING PEOPLES DRUG STORE BARBECUE
    Northwestern Sr. High School
    "THE MAN W BUSINESS
    PL
    45491. FAMOUS"A AND LUNCHEONETTE

    SEE Stanley Sweeting Says 402 and 406 N.W. 8th Street FR 4-5874
    THE
    SOUTH'SLEADING
    'r "I CAN ,DO ANYTHING"Public

    COLORED t,. Relations Promotion Tyjlno Drug Store J Bar-8-Quo
    Featuring breakfast, lunch
    Advertising News Writing Informs
    PSYCHIC READER tlon Income Tax Distribution Specializing. in prescription* I and dinner Old Hickory Bar.
    -CONSULT HER- Mimeographing Employment Conflden..lAtent medicine and sundries
    becne from ft p.m.
    tlal Notary Open dally 0:80 a.m. 12 PO'".
    Public-At-Large FrL, Sat. to 1180 .m. J Open Fri. & Sat. to 2:30 a.ni.
    1128 IN.W. 3rd (AvenVe FR 9.4961

    (Modern Theatre Building) Satisfaction Guaranteed Free Delivery

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    u. BUY SUMMER Special NOW Approved MOVIE AND CLUB Children's SAVE SEASON! Shows TICKETS TV Service Calls $! "


    Let her years,of experience guide Every Wednesday at 2 p.m. ALL MAKES-ALL MODELS
    and protect you throughout life CENTER THEATRESeason
    as! a lighthouse guides the shipsIn
    .a storm. For success in business tickets 60c (about 5c per show) LARRY'S T.V.

    DON'T and STAY love.IN TUB RUT GET Regular admission: Children IBc. Adults and WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS

    OUT NOW BY TilE HELP OF Students accompanied by children 3Sc RADIOS, HI-FI AND STEREO REPAIRS
    GOD SUB CAN HELP YOU. FREE Coupon for 2 Bottles of SQUIRT
    Office We Sell Used TVs on Credit
    Hours:
    0 a.m. 0 p.m. FREE Admissionnk caps 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-8024
    Thar. 0 a.m. to
    : 7 p.m. ..n IJI"IIIIIIII 1 11. 11 .fIr 1111. .

    DAILYSunday R ... ", ...<<.. ..ftPCIC'CICIC't"fCCIC'ot"1I(1W1! ( "ItIlt".c

    ., Have a Lifetime Profession GRAND OPENING

    lp a.m. 3 p.m.'READING .

    "Care-Croft' School for Nurse's Aids TASTY BAR B-CC/E


    1.00 UP 6209 N.W. 18th Avenue:
    SUMMER CLASSES NOW FORMING i
    FRIDAY JUNE 15 3
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    23 Years Experience p.m.
    'MADAMHUNTER For Ten Weeks Courses Day or Night '_ OPEN! 24 HOURS DAILY

    REGISTER NOW Owned and operated by

    Don't Write Call in Person Will and Harold Sharpe
    1657 N.W. 73rd ST. 1711 W. Flagler St. Call FR 9.7357 juxsSOTHE


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    St. John Tot Center Graduating Class Of 7962)

    The St. John Tot Center offers the best Pick Up and delivery service in the

    in year round care for the pre-echool age downtown and the Liberty City areas
    child.I 1 play On spacious For the services offered our prices are
    grounds, delicious warm meals, fruit juices the lowest in town. Call FR 1-3212 for These girls are enjoying the "Summer Adventuresat
    and milk served in an air-cooled area further! information or visit us at the St. the Fine Ants Conservatory," 615 NW 60th St. Classesin

    Each child is allowed to relax or sleep John Baptist Church, 1828 NW 3rd Ave. dance and piano ,are iheld Mondays and Thursday
    in an atmosphere of soft music and hospital The Tot Center is operated by the church. through ,July. (Phone 757-1351.) Clearly seen dancing
    cleanliness in individual beds under Rev. Thedford' Johnson is the minister with their Instructor, Miss Susan Stadler are Gail Powell
    and Juaihiita Deshaxior. All members of ballet-
    -Photo Johnson Miami are the
    the watchful eyes of certified personnel by of
    _._ _. ._ ._ jazz group.
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    1,435 WITNESSES ADULTS ONLY

    4190 N.W. 32nd Ave.Flnent .
    MEET HERE apartment house! In Miami
    i One bedroom Furnished or
    Jehovah's Witnesses of the unfurnished
    Miami West Unit returned from Ample parking One block from
    their three-day assembly held in Highway
    Miami Mr Dennie Crump statedAt GOOD TENANTS

    $ COREY APARTMENTS ..
    M *I 'ty@ the opening session 18 congregations
    + w .f embracing delegates f
    from Melbourne to Key West
    were present. Dugie Guest House

    Climaxing.! the three-day. The house of clean room
    Christian assembly was the feature Open 24 hours NE 4-3831
    address entitled "Who Will Seeing is Believing
    Rule The World?" delivered by
    the district supervisor Mr. H. L. See us for clean rooms
    Brlssett was heard by 1,435 en- Jamaica Dugie, always a
    thusiastic listeners Mr* Brissett friend
    Informed his listeners that today -
    2941 NW 47th St. Miami
    ., East and West are locked In ,
    ra a life and death struggle of world INDF
    it rr domination. The speaker pointed
    out that "unaware to these world
    cry rowers the issue has already been MASONIC AND
    decided! by Jehovah God in favorof
    ? Yqq a w HIS eternal son, Jesus Christ. EASTERN STARSUPPLIES

    R Thirty-five persons of various
    neB were baptized as ordained
    ministers of Jehovah God.
    NORTON'S RELIGIOUS
    M Times Ads SUPPLIES

    .l Get Fast Results 4421 NW 17th AVE.

    ._.__ .--_.._.... ..... .....- Phone 635.7913
    PROTECT YOUR HOME!
    Mrs. Florida Seymour; 2 granddaughters -
    'Thanks to All ,
    including Mrs Eloise KAPU ALARMS
    Near Orchard Villa School
    Service
    waiting at
    Parker King A grandson, Lt.
    "We the family of the late Wilbert Forbes and niece Mrs. $150 cash. $69 MO. Will IliirRlnr Proof your home JOHNSON'S AUTOTune
    MRS. MAMTE ELIZABETHGAY : Lucille Riou a nephew, itobertColston 2-bedroom with porch, large This low font burglar alarm
    THOMPSONwish 10 great ,rand children, lot awnings. Hvntein wfl| protect your home ups, transmission,
    to express our sincere five great great grand children find property while you are at motors and road service
    ''iaitlon'heartfelt to our thanks many and friends deep apprec., nei.zh''bol'l and a and large friends.number of other relatives 1355 NW 44th STREET "worTc'own.' or on vocation. No money 4924 S.W. 17th St.

    and acquaintances in Miami .. $300 down. $70 month pays For VHV.K Interview and ctJ. (Pembroke Road)
    West Hollywood Key West and West Hollywood, Fla.
    all. 2-bedroom porch car- mate with no obligation
    elsewhere for their many expressions Visit the new ,
    of kindness 'sytnpad DIXIE BAR porte, air-condition, stove Call NE 44831After Days YU 3.6664
    thy shown: to us during our recent -
    AND PACKAGE STORE and! refrigerator" newly Nights YU 9-0492
    bereavement.' 4:80: p.m.
    Special thanks to Fr. Elisha S. 1454 N.W. 7th Are. painted. juo>0 JonSOWW
    Clarke Jr., and the Sacred Heart Popular Prices Always 4 UNITS $2,500 down
    Chapter of the Church of the Bonnie and Arthur, your beets No more. 3 2-bedroom apia I'
    Incarnation, Rev. Ernest Williams
    of New Betel Baptist Church for Open dally 7 a.m. to 1...... for rental. A separate home Home Service Calls jjjlif
    his prayers. Special thanks to Fr. Sunday 1 to 7 p.m. for you. You may live rent 50

    Impressive Reece for his services consoling and to and his i free, plus a small income. PL 1.8381 JU

    congregation of St. Peters Epis. Excellent condition, all fur

    thhoought landy their West choir FOR RENT nished. See today. TV & Radio Repair Sales and TradeinWe
    for beautiful music rendered -0-
    1 bedroom
    apartment. We financing also
    during the service. arrange
    Lower floor. Porch, hot do not have a price reduction week or month.
    Thanks to all for beautiful water and electric Eum Jh- TRIO REALTY lowest
    always
    flowers cards telegrams use of Our prices on repairs and sales are
    cars and other numerous acts of ed. 801 NW 54th St. possible and carry full written guarantee.
    "kindness. $12 Weekly PL 9-8372 PL 9-5455
    Special thanks to Mrs. M. S. 2345 NW 56th STREET NE SALES AND REPAIRS ON PAYMENT PLAN
    Allen, our efficient and obliging "' .' 58745'T WITHOUT ANY FINANCE CHARGES
    mortician and her entire staff.

    The deceased leaves to mourn QUALITY TV SERVICE FREE DELIVERY & PICK UP
    her passing two daughters Mrs.
    Jennie Thompsoa Forbes and Most of our customers hare been recommended ,to
    I By Qualified Technician at and will Join
    us by satisfied customers. Try us you

    ANN'S GUEST EDSUN TV SERVICE the growing list of pleased patrons. Know your TV

    HOUSE 5508 NW 17th ,Avenue Phone 6965748E. man and save money.

    344 NW 10th St. JOE SCOTT
    T. KYLER AND SUNNY BERRIEUM, Prop"arlduatee
    A neatly furnished room,
    clean and quiet. Maid aer- of Radio Electronic Tslsvtolon Schools Authorized Factory TV Repair and Sales

    vic*, parking space for 923 N.W. 62nd Street PL 18381i
    cars. Weekly rates or over ALL WORK GUARANTEED 90 DAYS

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    THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA. Many Thanks I BONDUy 1R \, 'J' I. Dottie and Mop Dudley are

    PAGE' .126 SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1962eautician'S1 to the Officers and membersof (Continued from p& 8)) I Sge held, They OVet had at plans the to Satellite go,to
    -.'-, M I ,_.,*-; Second Supreme Chapter No. 4, Stanley Sweeting and.YJlMq'l 4. I tW'mountains, but'' decided against
    w.. of the Order of Eastern Star"of the mar and some ,: dn.' ( wanted to be Jute to
    Fashion Show International Free and Accepted know were present.. t J f "I"bVfttMiiml during the Winter
    Modern Masons
    ; Inc.: ) \l' .
    Popular W. 0. Perry, o"e"oIoW' months
    onight At.Hafti tcin I Kindly allow me the privilege! of finest,florists, and president of the 'People have been calling k10r
    ; 'HoQse ., thanking you for planning such a International Florists Association, .reservations and advance ti
    VK ft,1M' wonderful testimonial in behalf of Is working: hard on the conventionthat ;for, the Immaculate Dozen affair
    JCteasor's University. of Cosmetol- national hair stylist "ot N.Y.C.:: mY cousin, Mrs. Mary T. Black and la being held ,At the Hampton on,the Fourth of July at the'Hampton ,
    oty-aml Florida State Teachers; tttd>.:winner of many trophies in hair 1 .Irs. Anne Coleman, which wash House beginning July 8. special House, but we are sorry there .;
    ! Beauticians Workshop< presents ''ssigning, will create exciting hairstyles "Orbital Fashions, Around tbeWorld" In the latest trend of fahionable Church main attractions of convention\:are free just come and have a "i.:"" ; '
    _____u_.u_... U m.'..'_ $ coiffures. the I I good time..
    Thanks for the beautiful silver
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    N Fk :, $rs. Willie Mae Ceasor, rest- tray, the lovely corsage, and all Humorist QUICK Dick NOTE DEPARTMENT will :1, If you are going North for the -
    dent of Ceasor's University of Cos- ether kind gesturu of commendations Gregory ap holidays, take U. S. 17 and go
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    pear at the Knight Beat on Sunday through Jekyll Island. You'll love
    July 1st in a benefit show,':for' spending the night week-end or
    I ,wish to especially thank Mayor CORE. There will be shows'at even making that your vacation
    Robert King High of Miami, for 9-30: and 12:30: plus the regular spot. The Dolphin Motel is righton
    his very fine letter on the occa- show presented by Clyde Killens. the ocean with fine food, en-
    don;; Principal Anthony E. Gardinr Music DV Frank "Mr. GolfChickenScratch'1 tertainment and 3 one-armed ban i
    'of Booker T. Washington High DuBoise and a heap of dits. Ask for Mrs. Robinson or '. '-
    School and Mrs. Dorothy McClellan, guest stars. Mrs. Alexander when you stop.
    for their fine tributes, explaining Tony Forrest at the Royal Drive They are the;;tnanagers, and two of
    hat Mrs: Black was their first In on 15th Ave. at 68th St., is the pl I have ever meti
    teacher; Mrs. Cora Cummings, Miss making a collection for the YMCA and the prey aie'.' ,right, ;1'. .
    Marie White and Mrs. Myrtle Jones to send our kids to Summer Camp .' '
    lor their beautiful corsages. Over at the Hampton House, Nuff said, for this 'week. Till ,,
    Chickie Home is drawing the Ef- the next one, live life, every
    I' Thanks also to the Walkers, the fie Tbrockbottom lovers and Pops golden minute of. It%; t PEACE! t' ",
    larks the Franks Mr. Shaddle
    Ward, Rev. H, E. S. Reeves, Mr.
    Frank Johnson, and all other fine I '
    friends for their wonderful trib MAKE OFFER

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    behalf of Mrs. Black. Owner at 1440 NW,.59th Street !
    My best wishes to all.
    OPEN SUNDAY 3.5 P.M. ,
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    2312 Park Ave. 2161 NW 59th Street 3-bedVoom' '"
    Memphis, Tennessee., 2 BATHS, FLORIDA ROOM

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    W ..................., .. qA You'll always find a merry Build to order. For sale Lot 75 x 100, $1,050
    crowd at the Satellite Lounge 7
    A II BILL SIMMONS nlte a week. Friendly folks living S. Baron JE 8.1340 JE 2-4343
    ...".....,", .p-yat...m.s.:.e. .. "g ,. It up Out of this world.
    netology and director of the workshop SATELLITE LOUNQI
    featuring Vivian White, promises an exciting eveningof 1 L 'I -_ __
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    evening, June 29, starting at 7:30 There will be a dance and floor
    pm. at the Hampton House Motel show following the Fashion Review
    and Villas Lounge 4200 N.W. 27th featuring the dynamic Chick'o -
    Ave, ,,Miss'White, gifted and talented : Horne of N. Y. C. Johnny Lomelo's .
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