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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: July 21, 1962
Frequency: weekly
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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).
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39TH YEAR, No. 47 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY_ JULY 21, 1962 16 PAGES TEN CENTS .'
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End To Telephone Co. .tf ] i t'i Court To Hear Case In Fall


; District Judge Alexander Holtzoff Thursday enjoined

f the opening of Franklin Federal Savings and Loan, ,

Employment. Bias SoughtBy ; Association here after criticizing the association's gettingthe I

Rev. Martin Luther KJng to intercede with a Govern ;

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Rev. Edward T. Graham began get.Mr.. Krautheim told Rev.' Graham The Judge, in commenting on "behind the scenes" I
opening talks with an official of that the policy of the company I is influence, said he was not questioning the conduct of
the Southern Bell to
with
'telephone Com- go along the custom of the 1I1
pany, last week, concerning the community, and Rev. Graham Chairman Joseph McMurray of the Federal Home Loan
policy of the Company regarding promptly told him, "You are the Bank Board.

sitions.the hiring of Negroes In key po have employment no regard manager for your,. fellowmah and you He also said Dr. King, the militant leader, "may

The official, Mr. W. C. Kraut. and are not concerned about the have been a perfectly. innocent tool"
helm, employment manager for people who work with you, regard.
Southern Bell, stated,that the company less of color. You do not believe Most damaging to the Franklin group was the secret
does hire Negroes, and when in humanity. We are a'part of that amending of their application in which four Negroes were
asked by Rev. Graham if these,,Negroes community of which you speak, and of organizers.
added the
could be "upgraded," the that certainly is not our ,policy to original group
answer was yes. An appointment has been made Judge Holtzoff said if the Franklin Savings and
Rev. Graham then asked,, "How with Mr. C. A Nickols because its subscribers
the Personnel ... Loan Association suffers financially
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many Negroes do you have employed Manager of Southern Bell --- --- result of his injunction, it
I become disenchanted as a
and what is
the highest'position Telephone Company for Rev. Gra MAKES DEBUT Little Kim
held by a Negro?" The answer ham Is determined to see that will be a self-inflic'ted, wound.
was "I don't know." Rev. qualified Negroes are employed,by Royal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Franklin, with more than $1 million subscribed, was
Graham then asked, "Sir, do you one of America's largest companies Joseph Royal, of 1054 N.W. 61st It is forbidden to'do(
(July 20)) now
today
mean to tell me that a man in your which holds government St., who recently made her ,debutas :,ready to open \
position, as head of this depart. contracts and then denies the Ne, a ballet dancer with the Lois :'so until a trial on the issues is held probably in the fall.Franklin's ,
ment, do not know how fair charter pending be-
you many gro employment. Ponds School of Dance in New application for a was
Negroes are employed In your We believe that with the amountof the Board that of the Roosevelt. Savings and
company or how high their positions money Negroes have spent with York City. I fore ait, was;,
are?" Mr. Krautheim then the l.oan'"Association, also of Miami.
telephone company, there i is a
resides with her
made the statement, "I'm not in. place where our girls can be ems Kim grandparents I The Board eventually approved Franklin's applies
rested In how high a person goes ployed without being discriminated Mr. and Mrs. James B. lion and denied Roosevelts.
I'm only interested in how high I against. Nimmo of New York City. However .
at the present time she is ;, The judge, set a $30,000 bond. 'The Franklin group
spending the summer with her hiwl>! asked that the bond) be set at $250,000.CORErs .

parents, and will return to New ,
Washington Drama Group: York in August, where she will attend ,I

school at St. Thomas The J'II'
I Apostle. Mrs. Royal is the former
Miss Leona Nimmo of Miami.

Captures National Trophy, !I I I


For the play "The Sisters' Tragedy Mme' .OutstandingCitizens
," the Booker T. Washington Y ;
Thespian Troupe received a trophy S ,,
for Superior Theatre at the Ninth 4" To'' Be '
,4., National Dramatic Arts Conference r : j
7', held at Indiana University, Bloom-
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ington, Indiana, June 2530.
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%. of the eight superior drama groups WASHINGTON, D. c. Some .
.' lJ throughout the country by the National two dozen of the nation's outstanding '
iI % Thespian>Society to present citizens will be honored by th"
;j a play at this conference There
( were over thirteen hundred dele* National Association of Colored "pave'
gates from 32 states. Booker T. Women's Clubs,during the Assnch! '
l' Washington's Troupe was the only 1 lion's 33rd biennial convention at : h
1 Negro group present, and the only the Sheraton Park Hotel July 29-
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3.Heading
tho one-act plays to receive a standing August I __ -
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4 ovation. / the list of honorees, who 1962-63 OFFICERS: Treasurer A. D, Moore of f Miami,
Julius Lee past president of the will be cited at the NACWC
Troup, received the trophy for the Awards Night program Thursday, National Director James Farmer' of Slew York National Chairman
cast. 2. are Secretary of Labor Charles Oldham of St. Louis, Vice-Chairman Rudolph Lombard of I!I
Boarding the Southwind for; the Arthur Goldberg, Dr. Jonas Salk and
I Syracuse Secretary Ralph Rosenfeld of Detroit. ::1
.' conference were Miss Evelyn! .Ste ,.'tU'u ,..ue\> Mason, Lassie ttosj labor leaders Walter Reuther andA.
wart, chaperone Julius Lee, Clarence -I ,1.hhear, and Leroy Washington Philip Randolph, Bishop Joseph -- ,
11 Cull r, Sarah Maxwell, r director, Gomez of Cleveland Ohio Dean
o I i Tnagel B. Lindsay of the Howard I American Teachers Ass'n
University School,of-Social -Work I
and the four Negro V. S. Congm;
men-Charles C. Dtc g Jr. (D.::..
t, Mich.), William Dawton(D,.:lll.). Opens 59th Meet Here Wed.,
Robert N. C. Nix (D., Pa.), and
Adam Clayton Powell (D., N. Y). The American Teachers Association jects since 1050 and Director of
the organization of Negro I r Staff Studies of the National Man-
1 1w These and some one dozen other teachers, will hold its :50th annual Council 'fclnce 1031. Dr.
leaders yet to be named, will be I Horace Mann Bond, former president -
1I cited for their outstanding contributions convention in Miami, July 25, 20, f of Lincoln University, Pennsylvania .
In the area of human re 27 and 28 at Northwestern Senior i and currently Dean of the
I lations. The awards will be presented High School. Hampton House and School of Education, Atlanta University I
by NACWC President Rosa Villas will be the Headquarters : : Dr. Allison Davis, Professor
a f + L. Gragg of Detroit; Hotel but',delegate and visitor r 0'EdueatloD, University of
will be housed throughout Dade I Chicago' and Dr. John U. Monte
Some 1.500 delegates representing and Broward Counties also Convention :Dean of Harvard College Harvard1 I.
NACWC affiliates in 41 states Theme is "Equality in EduCation
-: University, DlmtorNatdorsai '
-7r and the District of Columbia arc for A Technical l A 4c; : : >P'uad ,
expected to':attend ibe- w wek-lon .... ,::6choltnblP.8eUj" /4 4
conventloh: Immedlaterr'pr cccP *'Amont''wi" "tveikefaftie' ? AD .
Ing the NACWC meeting will W Whitney M. Young, Jr. Executive tance Corporation will also
.m the biennial convention of iU youth Director of the National Urban I ax speakers and discussants. JamesC. serve ,
affiliate the National Associationof League?; Dr. Kenneth B. Clark, Evans, well known loealtZwillbe
Colored Girls which meets July psychologist Assistant ;
flr Director the speaker for the Friday fDe-
; 27 and 28 at Howard University Northside Center for Child Development
nine Mr. Evans Is
banquet. coun
More than 500 girls from 22 states New York City George
senor Office of the Assistant Sec ,
and the District of Columbia are L. P. Weaver Assistant Secretary of :* ;
rotary, Department Defense.
expected t to be on hand for the of Labor for international Affairs,
meeting which will be devoted toa who has been active with the Labor ATA officers are Dr. L. II. Pitts,
discussion of "The World of Movement for many yean; Dr. Eli president; Dr. R. V Moore Beth-
Work." The Women's Bureau of jinsburtf, Professor of Economics, une-Cookman College, Vice-presi
the P-partment of Labor an-1 How. Columbia University and among dent; George W. Jones Executive
ard University are Joining NACWCIn many other ports, Director of Costrvatlon Secretary and W. N. Ridley! 'Tm-
sponvrins th? ,Irb' conference.: .; of Human Resources Pro surer.

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA II Singer's Husband Issues


PACE 2 SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1962
,) Muhammad Debate Challenge


Committee On Equal NEY YORK N.Y Talib Ah- hammaa .bin. :Isa Tirmidhi; "Sunanof
I IJ mad Dawud husband of singer I Abu Dawai/* by Hafix SuUiman

Dakota Staton, ban challenged roe* I bin Ashath Abu Dawoud; "Sunanof
Employment Gets Results r>nt r Elijah Muhammad to a pub Ibn Mijah" bjr Mohammad bin
not
lic debate to prove whether or Yazld Abu AakdUh ibn Qarwimi
WASHINGTON D. C. The and DO cause being found in thr>? Mr Mahammad'i ideology Is based I I and "Muenad of Ahmd! ibn Han'
President's Onmittee on EquaEmployment The remaining 130 case, influx):" upon Islamic law. bat" by Imam Abu Abdulhh Ah
Ooportunitv reIOrtedtoU ,; 58 filed on June 21, still are un-lc, Earlier Mr. Dawud and MM! Sta- mad bin HanbaL

)' that rorrertive action has investigation. ton filed suit in the United Stat Mr. Dawud said he would further
bean efcfaiaed in 9 pr cent of the In government employment a District Court at Philadelphia to test whether or not Mr. Muhammad
t&atratt employment! dfoertaination! total of 1.413 complaints were filed enjoin Mr. Muhammad, from claiming is a true Muslim by including in
".*+ -* on Hrfrfi favecti tti been eMBpteted as of June 30. on 908 complaints. Final sctJo; 1 him from further use of the term and opinions of the four Imams:
has been completed on 663: car|'? ) Islam and Muslim, in connection I I Abu Haneef, Ahmad ibn HanbaL;;
At tine stmfirae. John G. Fend
with the sect which be heads.
vith 231 resulting in corrections Imam Malik and Imam Shaft
ecativ director rtf the Committe
being taken favorable to the complainant ,, ...
reo9rl corrwetive "(clan was "" -- -- "We seek no monetary gains in I 1 )fr. Dawud who was
a corrective action rateof converted
taken in 35 per cent of the e"*npleted i the suit" Dawud "We : to Islam 25 years ago. is a native
35 per centThe him that of
cases in government employment I Dr. Zelma George to be 1 just want to prove heis a Antigua In the West Indies. Nowa
corrective action rate for true Muslim. We want to make the United States citizen he said
'his Committee compare with rates I120L Banquet! Speaker t public aware of the differences between that as spiritual leader of the faith
Fend said that 819 comohintf of 20 per cent for the old 1'rri, what Elijah Pool (Muhammad he "has been subjected to ridicule
of denial of equal cmpJovmrnt OTVoortonity dent's Committee Government t ) teaches, and the actual tenets
on former United I,i and abuse by persons who are confused
Zelma George "
bv sewrnnwnf contra Contracts and 10 per cent for thvr.5fdp.nt's Dr. of of the faith in which we believe by Eliiah: Muhammad and
tors were filed with the President"Committee Nations delegate who is one i I
Committee Government
in it< first 15 months ff on the nation's most outstanding citizens Concerning his challenge to Mr. :I mistakenly believe"his dictrines to
Employment Policy.
operation Of these 105 were d'stn's a scholar, an artist and one Muhammad Mr Dawud said the be those of Islam.
+ l!ed as being outside the Conraittee's who is always in demand as a basis of the debate will be Islamic
,Jurisdiction in that the speaker will grace the platform of laws: (1) Quran; (2) Surrat; (3)I
companies complained of bavin no 100 Peace Corps the National Beauty Culturists' Haditb, and (4) Ijma and Ijtihad BARRON UPHOLSTERY
government contract Investi- League's "President's Banquet and I
lions have been comolel on 291cas Award Night" Monday night, August I The debate also would delve in. i WORKS
Trainees at Howard honors to the six authentic books of Ha-
*!'. Corrective ction: was takenin 6, 1962. when NBCL
183. and 108 were dismissed as its dynamic president Dr. Katie E.I dith: The Sahib of Bukkari" by Best upholstery for less
without cases still are under Investigation.Tb : Peace Corps training program at meritorious service over the )'ean.I mail Bukkari; The Sahib of Muslim We pick up and deliver
Howard University re'chd its full Those in attendance at the Banquetwill i ," by Hafiz Abu Husain Muslim -
nation office of the National complement today with the arrivalof be thoroughly refreshed as i bun Hajjaj al Quashiri; The Call FR 42320I
Association for the Advanr 31 trainees for health and medical well as delighted by this noted Jam of Tirmidhi- by Abu Isa Mu-
!2nfn of Colored People filed 437 services speaker about whom tie president
., projects in the African I
cf th* rc tract "nrloymerl ease*. nations of Sierre Leone and Touo. : of Colorado College once wrote: )I
Tend said. including 133 hkb' Included in the group are several "Dr. George is not only a rare individual I
wrtfi"*" the Committee's ..jrlrDiction. is event" And
mere ; she an
physicians a group of nurses, ana
Of 1h- ;04 eases vitwj I specialists in other areas of health there is no doubt that she will I .
the Committee's iumdiftkKJ, action 1 and medical care. electrify all who hear her discuss I
has been completed rn 174 with with authenticity the various ways
corrective action resulting in 171 I The new trainees begin their formal ,and means of growth of Cosmetologists
eight-week program at Ho'ardI
during this "Frontier" era,
Monday preparatory! to assignment coupled with education and the .
I abroad. A prouo of 21 Is training
Fine Arts both of which are amongDr.
AKA's Give $12,500For for service In Togo, while the remaining George's many assets.JOHN .
I 10
are being prepared to
work in Sierre Leone.

Sickle Cell Already on band at the University
and now in their third
week of training, are some 70 aspirants I WAYNE
Anemia ResearchThe for leaching: and technical
positions in Togo Niger. Senegal, I r

Arha Kappa Alpha Sorori- and Cyprus. The training program I I2bll FREE >,uivEaT DRUG
lv has iust released to Howard lit Howard, under the direction of
University. School of Medicine Department I Dr. Emmett 1:. Don ey. associate e .
of Pediatrics a check I professor of government, is one of
romnJetnr $1Z,503 for research on II four currently being conducted in HAROLD JOLLJYETTE. Maaaar v
Washington area universities under
Sickle Cell Anemia. Sin 1959 -- -
the Alpha Kapna Aloha S roritn I an inter-university consortium
: comprising Howard:, American,
the f
has been one of sup ort rs f
this research ronducted bv Dr Ro I Catholic, Georgetown and George! .
Universities the University
Washington ,
land Scott at Howard I versirj
I of Maryland, and the Schoolof
In Addition to suvonrJrq 1b. po Advanced International Studiesof !
search project Alpha Kat'pa Alpha Johns Hopkins University In Miami's Newest Club
has disseminated brochure to the addition to the program at Howard -
public Foonsored public\ programs trainees tart studying at .
and dindrred! a portable exhibit i" Georgetown, George Washington
mInT cities to help in the ceneral and Maryland The consortium's Now Open 7 Nights -
u"Imt ling of Sickle Cell Ana other member institutions are pr"-
miLIn tiding teachers and other re-
I sources. 1
roe"sing this check to Howard -

University, Mrs rrington D. I THE H
Parker, JCa nnal PrwddTnt rf A 1- ANDREWS' JEWELERS MAD HAT
.rha Kappa Alpha Sorority statedwe I err A'I'D' A20CLOCK >
are happy to be a part of the REPAIRS I
effort to learn more of the caus
4O Tear Ia hardness
live factors of Sickle Cell Anemia I
*nd our rfiapt T have been en- AU work guaranteedFP Biscayne Boulevard & N.F. 8th Street
thtni ;tic in their sponsoring designed to *H in the
nnderstacdisg of this disease..** 1 303 N.W. 2nd Are. Formerly Chateau Madrid

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA ..

Convention Cover SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1962 PAGE 3


Voting, Housing, EmploymentATLANTA -- CORE MembersOpen

Delegates attend- "to Issue immediately an executive' Carolina
ing the bard: annual NAACP convention order banning racial discriminationin I
here last week called for federally financed housing."

"a vastly extended and greatly ac Proposed the "appointment of .a Churches And Pool
celerated" program of voter registration special assistant United States At.

torney to spearhead the investigation -
HIGH POINT, N.C. CORE
The call for a stepped-up political of all police brutality cases moved three fronts
action program was one _of 86 and abuse of police authority." this members week in this on Carolina furniture Real Estate !

resolutions adopted by the convention Urged enactment of federal legislation city.
July 2-8. They encompassed to "accelerate school deseg Three CORE members broke the :
color bar at City Lake Park municipal Board to Meet
regation and to assist with technical
the full of the Associa-
scope The white
swimming pool.
advice and grants-in-aid to communities .
tion's wide and ranging interests school, desegregation activities that'wish to comply with .i. ...........--.---- ... ... I.swimmers continued to use the facilities The Dade County Real Estate
program: the law," I as the girls swam. There Board will meet July 22.
Sunday
.
legislation, employ. Airman Basic Robert W, Thompson
was no real difficulty. 1962, at the residence of Mr. anfMrs.
ment, court decisions selective Expressed support of the Su son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Two couples' attended services at Fritz Green, 1980 N.W. 55th
buying, constitutional rights, hous-- pre me Court decision banning 14520 Carver Dr., white churches for the first time. St.
ing, hospitals and health, foreign "group recital of an official prayer Richmond Heights, is being reassigned Again, there was no problem. The! I
,affairs, welfare, communism, "re in the classroom as a part of thE to the United States Air churches were the First Baptist' Delegates to the National Convention
verse freedom riders" and coopera- public school program." And further Force technical training course for and the Friends Meeting. at Dallas, Texas, August
tion with other groups .urged NAACP branches "tc ilrcraft maintenance specialists at Meanwhile, CORE field secretaryB. 10 to 15 will be elected at this
The convention called upon the refrain from participating in and Amarillo AFB, Texas. Elton Cox asked the school meeting. -
President of the United States "to effort to alter the Supreme Cour who has board to adopt a firm school integration .
Airman Thompson com
decision and to make affirmativeeffort ,
policy
give bold and diligent leadership pleted his basic military training
by sending strong civil rights pro to support it. sere, was selected for the advanced JOIN .
grams to Congress and rallying the Condemned "all hil] course on the basis of his in ADULTS ONLY ,,f
country sage." to help fight for their pas. white whether espouse bj; terests and aptitudes. 4190 N.W. 32nd Ave. t
supremacy groups such a d
the Klu Klux Klan, White Citizens He is a 1861 graduate of Mays Fineq! apartment honso }in Miami/
The Democratic
party was re- Junior-Senior High School, Goulds, '
bedroom Furnlahetl or
minded of its failure to live to Council, and the American Nar: One i4
up Fla.
election campaign promises. More Party, or by Black Muslims am unfurnished' \
black nationalists which Ample parking One block from
over, a resolution pointed out "un prebcl *
der Democratic party control, the I race supremacy of any kind Notice Highway
reins of power in the 87th Con- Deplored the "cynical efforts oi GOOD TENANTS
gress remain in the hands of foes southern-based Citizens Councils TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: COREY APARTMENTS to-DAY
of civil rights. Of the 16 standing which have financed so-called .1 Notice is hereby rendered to the
committees in the Senate, nine reverse freedom rides through one. various lodges and other organizations -
have chairmen who oppose civil 1' way transportation" of families and of Dade County, including:
rights. Of the 20 standing com- individuals in an effort to em Goulds, Perrine Homestead. STAR HEAT MARKET
mittees in the House, nine are barrass the North. Princeton, as well as BrowardCounty
directed by chairmen who support including: Carver Ranches,
racial segregation." Hallandale, Hollywood, Ft. Lauderdale .
and all other interested 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
The resolution
went on to
warn
Elks Celebration .
"the leaders of the Democratic Day groups-that Mr. Shedrick Bridgewater .
par- of 2944 N.W. 50th St., is no
that ,
ty we expect the same vigor By Zeke Brady .
in pressing for of civil longer affiliated with the St. Agnes
rights legislation passage that we saw in Banners will be flying, costumes Cornet Band, and has no authorityto
the fall of 1960 when they were will be colorful as the mammoth make an: engagements for said Jut MAKKLT: WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
pressing for votes of colored residents parade of the Elks gets underwayon band.
in the major urban areas of Sunday, July 29, 1962 in honorof RUDOLPII THOMPSON, .
Band Director.
our nation." Elks Day.

Similarly, the Republicans were An all-day celebration is plan.
warned "that the colored voters of ned, dinners will be on sale, and a Miami Times Ads Fresh Meat-Low Prices
the United States remarkable program for your enjoyment
with the hypocritical profession of with good singing and Get Fast Results I
love for civil rights on Lincoln' dynamic speakers, plus hours of
birthday and the betrayal of civil good fellowship at the Elks home II
rights in collaboration with obstructionists 329 N.W 16th Ter.
all other days when
on
All friends and fraternal
this type of legislation is before our organizations ,)dr
and the is in-
committees or on the floor of Con public
gress. We appreciate the men and vited. Open
women of vision representing the
Republican party In the House and t I)
Senate. Their records are 100 per i
cent for civil rights and they are I
fighting against desperate odds to Sunday
bring their party back to its traditional a e
to I
position rof; opposition
racial discrimination and" segrega ?6
tion. Til' 10 p.m.OPEN .

Other convention resolutions: )
Called for'establishment of a'Department WEEK DAYS
,'of Urban'.'Affairs with ALSO TIL 10 P.M
cabiuet' tatus for.its bead. Janitorial III

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Generoijrfy and jwttly, br GRACE PRESBYtERtAN
rthfa.
WAGE 4 SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1962 within the civil l rights Howard Upiver51ty Great plans are being formulated
James M. Nabritt Jr., present ( by the Anniversary Committee for
reminded the NAACP a f not ier significant our church and as a prelude to this

element in civil rights, "the vt>ke bf the silent, law.. grand affair an Old Folks Concert
'
I And he called upon will be presentetf"lat the church
abiding, tolerant white Southerners, 6895 N.W, 14th Ave.. on Monday,!
I Negro to join wholeheartedly In an all-out effort to August JB, 8 p.m. Among other feat

to halt juvenile delinquency and to ,makeufdtiefSfe tures will be the Old School Maser -

all citizens." This to the !language of and the Old Woman who lived
for
;o in Shoe for fun and laughter
also a ; do
it is
E Main Office at 740 N.W. 15th Avetineu-Pbon OX 1-041 l' progress made all the more'effective because lot miss It. You are always welt)

Urmncb at 1112 '. .\\. Third An... Miami F'lorida-Pbone FR 88836II. i the language of responsibility. come) to worship with us.

K. 8IG1SMVXD US&\'D8. Editor ud PnbUshrt- rl Church of The Open Door
UnTil C. REE1'ES. 5Uujagtng Kdlto I I'il5E.r'lQ'
Rev. II. a )McDowell PastofEarline
Kntrred as Second OAM Matter, Aognrt 9. 1&27, at the Post OHio I BROWSIN' I II :_ : D c lett Acting Hepcrter
at MUml Fk rW*, under tt* art of March 3. 1876 JUST ,. i.. The serrite last Sunday wjtsBeautifully
Dr R Henry ( 'I'',;: i carried out by the Wo-
sruscnirno.v RATES I : men's Fellowship. Mrs. Sarah Cherry .
f t
ONE TBAR $i..oo SIX )IOXTIIS 3.00 FOREIGN fg-00 (( presiding. Other participantswere
I
)umber of the A M>dated Xt" tro t'ft'M Fired because they were phyrically ; Mrs. Edith Washington and
afeedter of the National Xn Tp.fr Pnbllher Association unfit for work, four elderly, Marie\ Faulkner Brown.>Irs. Brown
I long-time city servants were provided T'4IT'S brought to us by the media of
Miami Commission slides Interesting events ot her
City -
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS pensions by
THE XEORO PRESS believes that America can best lead the world I Wednesday, after pressure ; ; [ather'and mother's 45th anniversary
i ,,: and retirement from the Park
from racial and national antagonism* when It accord to every IRAn I from the public. \ ,',,. '. .
rreardlrjM of race, color or cW 'd, his human and legal right Hating i Similar pensions will be provided ,,. ,"', I" f Manor Church, Chicago, Illinois.
no man. fearlnc DO man Uie Negro Puns strirm to help every roAD {1 for some 18 others who have: lost .. l"} -( (Rev. and Mrs. Faulkner are the
!. tor firm belief that all men are hurt as long as anyone Is held their jobs under similar rircum- : : ; parents of Mrs. Marie Brown.)
back. stances. : Sunday, July 22 our guest minister .
The original pension programwas ;( .will be Dr. John Charles

instituted about seven years '..; Mickles. The Dorsey Choral group,
SUNDAY CLOSING ago, but these unfortunate men under the direction of our own Mr
were not included because they William Johnson will furnish the
could not meet civil service re music. .
I quirements. Many of our young people have
include custodial workers returned from Lake Bird where
'more the law id backed by the Merchants' Association of I and They laborers, most of them Ne they attended Summer Camp. They

that city. It becomes effective on July 28 groes. erpressed themselves as having a

Sale of clothing, furnishings, appliances, hardwareand The four are: Smith Tiggs, 17 wonderful religious experience fill
CAPTAIN JOE CLARK
years of service $30 monthly retro ed with many recreational activi
many other items are on the prohibited list. active to January 1; Ben Beverly, NOW! Joseph N. Clark, son of ties.
The penalty for first offense is $100, for further of- 27 years of service, $40 monthly, Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Clark Sr.,

fenses fines go up to $500 and six months imprisonment. starting June 1; Sam Cox, 15 yearsof of 529 N.W. 11th Ter., who recently CBS Home for Sale
informed his parents that he
service. ?;30 monthly starting
It seems to us Miami could use such a law. Openingfor
February 1; and Ssm McFatten. 26 has been promoted to the rank o f MUST SACRIFICE
business on Sunday now seems to be almost generally years of service $40 monthly startin Captain in the United States Army Attenton nurses, schoolteachers
accepted. i ? April 1. Clark, who has been in the service
The pensions represent what the for five years, is not stationed i in professional or
Maybe our churches and religious organizations
are city would have contributed to the Stuttgart, Germany His wife, the business man. Owner must
accepting this innovation too kindly. former Bertha Hamphill of Charlotte .
pension fund if these men were leave' state and give this
There are some things In "that old time religion"tha.t's under the pension system. The N. C., Is in Germany along up
commission set aside $900 for the with him and Is an instructor in lovely landscaped, large
good for and
enough me, Sunday closing or restricted -
of the schools in
one Stuttgart
rest of the fiscal year ending Oct. corner home.
opening is one of them. 31, and to take care of the addi Clark and his wife recently spent 3 bedroom, 2 baths, built-in
.
tional 18 cases, included in the a very interesting vacation in Switzerland
i tentative budget $1,680.10. and other parts of Europe kitchen, carport, utility room
WELL KNOWN BUSINESS MAN DIES !I The commission passed a resolu Both are graduates of Hampton Institute glass door patio, 2 years

Miami lost another of her well known businessmen tion censuring E. C. "Roy" Wine, Hampton Virginia. Clarkis old. Full sprinkler system,
also a 1952 graduate of BookerT.
recently Mr. Charles Ross Sr. He died on Sunday, July plight a union of official the men who to the brought attention the Washington High School of Mi with well and pump.

.8 at his home, 7146 NW 19th Ave., Funeral services with of The Miami News and thus to ami. The couple expects to visit Better location Plenty

:a Mass of Requiem was held on July 12 at the Church i I the public. Wine was charged by Miami in September of this year ''Extras
!I the commission with "unfair criti While in Germany, Clark's addressis
of the Incarnation, the Rev. Elisha Clarke vicar officia
FHA
$12,000
I cism" and "false impressions" al : 39th Transportation Company, mortgage
ting. legedly produced when the hardship APO 107, New York N. Y. Pay equity

Survivors are a wife, Sybil, two sons, Charles Jr. and cases were brought to the attention
3001
NW
70th Terr.
Roland, two daughters, Mrs. Rosa McCoy and Sylvia of the public. FOR RENT

Louise Ross, and a sister, Mrs. Hattie Studdard. President
Kennedy was dealt a Phone OX 1-8427
Mr.\ Ross, a very congenial and respected person, most politically-explosive defeat of BEAUTIFUL ROOM for single

conducted the .Economy Shoe Shop in Miami for more lh session Tuesday, when the person, good for hideaway room
Private entrance private bath
Senate voted down his medical ,
than 28 care
years at 1101 NW Third. Ave. for the aged bill 52 to 48. in back of beautiful landscape Drive !

Appearing immediately after, bettors front building. 1859 NW 69th St. Carefully
newsmen and newsreel (rear.)
EDITORIAL OF THE WEEK ".. Kennedy called the action earner"a .

The mst serious defeat" for every 1 t+13 :a NATIONAL mSVtAMd AJSOCATION -
following
editorial
appeared in 'The Washing American family, and urged voters .... Ai*** CoW
ton Post" under date of July 10, 1962: to make it a major issue in con July 2127. Tlwodora A. JMM .f

ressional elections this fall. ..... lira I....,.. C*. hi
RESPONSIBLE MILITARYIn Th4 bill was defeated by the Chicago wffl .... .vvwN
votes* of 31 Republicans and 21 M E t dobgatio. .f 600 ha.... ...
an out of >"mocnts. Onlv
season and especially during the with five Republicansvoted ( h evtlm OIl .... gay-lst' ........
long season when all, tjie. forces of law and authority with 43 the Democrats.administrationalong co VOlti+liir*. i Ctlak0 + ...... ....... IMA It ...... .f

seemed to be arrayed against Negro rights the National Protesting against the action of rr! ep. __ 01 M.... .wn4 cud .,.,....

Association for the Advancement of Colored People '!the Senate, the President said the stn WstVti aa fMnH ui4 II heal mod*
m on
has fought the good fight for Negro emancipation in the nation's whether voters must decide ,,*p :. ven J ey $..' *
they want
full meaning of the term. In defending Negro rights, i it or support this kind"to ot stand legislation still! NATIONAL mono aimcNUtHIM

has of course, defended American rights and. has) served for the benefit of the people." He JULY ASSOCtATIOft Do*,

the welfare of the whole Nation. pledged a renewal of his fight when NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Of T--v July 2M7. K. K. HorJww.

Congress reconvenes in January, FASHION AND ACCEUORYDESIGNERS ... ..
and Jr., .f .. T..., wBI fn*
The incorruptibility ,of the NAACP in terms of its Senators asked and voters not to forget! INC Pkikw" ..., .Id* '.l Ik* ....., nMtbio hDO&M

vital principles, its unflagging militancy and its success 'I 'h<> November House 5 election.members i in July 11.14. M.... Lois K. AUx. .iWf wW. .,....g Hw Way

in pre 8 sin g litigation have earned it the Kennedy said the action N.w York City, "..ad!
accolade of epithets from the South's White Citizens I blow not just to the 2ed but was t\r a NAFAD will Or*.t 200 ...... s... iU. 2400 Mag..... Total

Councils. It is hardly surprising that white alt families with aging P"r nts and gatti and 1,000 rS eifon .t II. ......hiN .wahrs 'I... tLM
supremacists !.with children to be educated "Th y swank Sheraton HoM.) the.... .f now ....... ,'.
should call the NAACP "communistic" for its champion suffered a serious setback" he the four-day cowtfiifat |g .
.
ship of the United States Constitution. It is altogether said. "'ohl... U Ovr fell.....*

bewildering, however, o hear complaints from Negroes Florida's Senators Spessard hot i ;:f.r nONTIRS. Of AMtttcA, H4C* (
land and rwr. ... .
George .
that the Smothers did not J. 2W. TIle *o.
NAACP
js not militant enough that it is guil fo along with the President's bill NATIONAL DENTAl ASSOCIA. slow ... .......,.,. ....... '
ty of "tomming" because of its sagacious' resolute relianceon :TION, INC Detroit, Midi, JM / ...... w01 .. .. ..M .! *1

reason, and the law for the advancement of Negro in William J. Duncan 1520.n... 49-rMr-oU .rganlM.o 3Mb .MV.1 CMVMltM *l ... .lk
terests. Gables contractor of 1301 a Grenada Coral ......d ty D,. J..... ft. tihi e'.Iry's .... prNa.uf. ..". .

It is true, to be sure, that some extremely useful Blvd., told police last Friday that Slngttten' of NmhvilU, !."., Km *-.rglMiloM, ladaB MorgwI '
work for the advancement he was robbed of a $2.600 payroll chows the fathloMobl SMr t... Cory, Indiana k prwU*** .f
in the of Negro rights has been don is he drove through the residential CadiUo Hotel) .t the CtIIter ii .... l"*..*..!.,| yir vp. Mar shays ,
last
couple of years through demonstrations suchas Hstrict at Galiano St. and Menores 'IH activitta. ts, 400 MnUn ... vUhrt vff b*

the lunch counter sit-ins staged by!the Congress of Ra Ave. during daylight. 1q-.J"J. i l M iMMd. 1

cial Equality. It would be a great misfortune, however,, : He !said his car was'forced to the WOMEN'S AUXIUA1Y TO TW \ 0S0 }

if any. sort of rivalry between the two approaches should urb by two NP rots who pu'led NATIONAL DINTAL ASSOOA. AMERICAN T1ACKIU AWOO-
be allowed I their car along side his and ATIOHMtaH,rk, Mf 26-21. '
to
cloud their essentially "poked TION. Detroit, MkV,
complementary July 1MQ."toMmy .
i rusty revolver out of the window 'I, "la.aBry te Cdac**** for TdbIt >
'
character. Both are needed. So is the quiet job expansionand into my face." BrMg of.lWrtW- Mcl ... uM .. ....... W
.
Iftwi" *. >....- .f ..
community accommodation work of ,the National 1 The : AMrie. Twd. .rs A.Mto.IUm .
men must have followed him 0rw p kMoW \> Ilk C
r f.
,
Urban; League: -.,. ___ from Coral.' Gables Bank where he ...lIIair" ........ taa-tfc*...Kv..... k..K.. Mm..l.MUM.
had just drawn the arnla ai .1 wpti -
There should money, he said. t "" .. '-. 4
have been no need for Roy Wilkins, '. .
the executive secretary of the NAACP and a valiant, indefatigable 0,00, \ V 1 NATIONAL

fighter for freedom, to defend his organiza Mrs. who Helen tried Herbert to donate 52, $11,000 a Caucasian NATIONAL MOUSIWIVir UAOUI HAm MC amla CSlTUtHU .4-. :

tion at its. annual convention in Atlanta this toO the Bhck UAOW 0V AMERICA, INC. OiU .
past week Muslim movement i in My ,30 Ug.. f. 1W pads
end. ''All dedicated hands are needed and welcome i in Los Angeles, California,has agreed Blmiflfllio)., Ale.. My 14.20. er,.r ...... vat u ......
Mru
to commit herself to a private hospital tori L M *l Lars nil.. iN.W '
.
this fighthe said, and added justifiably, ''but the authorities said. Ky, rational "....../, viM .... XOOO ....9J009... Dr. Kalla d.Mye.L ww..d

NAACP would be less than human If it did not take a Released from General eowo 1, 00 M*.b.rt lit rU A. O.f .*>, bag** pr..dii< win ...d.if

special pride not only in what it has done but in whatIt police said she was Hospital, o..eo. Hotel s..ILl"l recoaeco.o.Ic- .... ... ...... ........ 'hrNR .* ,
carrying $-1-, ...
fo i doing today." 000 in cash and stocks last Thursday kMMMrlfo't ..... No. K .wbdg. In l.*..*y C.i. '
.
Other Negro leaders found it necessary to refute when she offered Muslims eI""m, MTgQMiwIioM ., .. fo..d.. INS...... SdMII sad ,....

that the NAACP is outdated and to call for mlnpv, "to help kill the white .... ,
charges unity I
p.opl A Itnrtt .| K. MtltM W.... C*.



J. R. E. Loo Summer THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

I SATURDAY JULY 21, 1962 PAGE 5

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Recreation News j ------

test Silly bonnet contest, On
During the five week period wheels contest All day picnic, Tal"tit .
which started on June 18, over 500 : show Ping pong contest and
bright eyed boys and girls have Bicyclo contest
participated in the Summer Recre-
ation Program. This program, As all good things rriiist come to
which is sponsored by the Dade a *l loSo the children Jpok forwardto 'fl
County Board of Public Instruction, Ihe Arts and Crafts Exhibit
has been received with open arms which will be conducted by Mrs. _
$tr by all the children as well as the Cliette. A special invitation is extended
,, adults of this community and has to the general public to
r served as a very important devicein witness some of the many objectstho
combating juvenile delinquency.The children created from clay and
how they made- something from
program offers many varied nothing.
forms of recreation from community
", ut singing to Family Night. John '"Who will be crowned tho Queenof
a 4 r S ; n Holloway is serving as the dynamic the Playground" is creating as
E rhahman ably assisted by Mrs. much interest as the recent Miss
f Earline D. Cliette and Delores E. Universe Contest here Many
e Harte. Included among the activities dunning, boautiful and talented
are: field trips to Musa Isle, girls an competing for this honor.
: Fruit and Spice Park, Virginia The winner will be crowned amidst
::1 "1 4 a'> .)Mu; d I the grand and regal setting of the
Park, Nature trails, Storytelling Mid.Summer Night Ball on Thursday .
e Puppet shows, Hobby clubs Dolcontest July 26. Mrs. W. C, Ball isprincipal
,
Poster contest, Yoyo con. -._-- ---

..-- ENGAGEMENT
: ------ ANNOUNCED:

Miss Leotha Diana Sands:: daughter
VTH of ]Mr. and Mrs. Allington J,
Sands, of 1832 N.W. 59th St., whose
t engagement; to Mr Theodora( Roosevelt
llarrell, son of Mrs Katherine
r Edwards of Jacksonville, Florida
Clubs1PERFECT
Mrs. Rebecca Steele points with pride to a billboard announcing I a is being announced this week by

Conchita Clarke's appearance on stage at Radio City Music Hall ,. I her parents A September wedding
'j. M N' is planned by the couple.
Conchita is one of Mrs. Steele's students at Florida A. & M. University

and is making her professional singing debut in the current SETTING
spectacle at the New York showplace. The talented co-cd was .

discovered on the Ted Mack Original Amateur Hour. ; I'onOrganization. Functions a.

: Private Parties .; '

Bishop Ball of MT. OLIVETTE BAPTIST t ** Luncheon Weddings Meetings ,


Texas at Mt. Tabor :Mt. Olivet Missionary Baptist In all the retort world, there It nothing that compare
Church held its service last Sun with HAMPTON HOUSE From In luxuriously appointed
Dlshop W. F. Ball will deliver I day in Nathan Young School build. 1funct on rooms to lit breath taking tropical beauty, the t' II I
at locka. ,. HAMPTON HOUSE offers you the Ideal locale for your next
the sermon atIt.. Tabor ing Opa-
ti, ipeciol event. For Reservation, Call SY + .
Bapfflt! Church, July 22, at 11
The Morning Star Junior Choir e
a.m. services. render service under the direction ,
The eminent pulpiteer and of Mrs. Addle Bell Pears. / 1Miami I
former pastor of Bethel AME All vas appreciated very highlyby
Church of this city, la now Pre.sldang the pastor.
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'; B'shop' over the TexasDlstrlet :
We grateful for all of the
: In he w.re
which is doing a
visitors that worshipped with us. DOLPHIN MOTEL & CLUB
marvelous Job in Kingdom build Times Ads
The I ext was Luke 19:9 "and
All friends! and visitors
ing.
said unto 'this is
= Jesus him day
everybody from everywhere JEKYLL ISLAND GEORGIA
salvation, come to this house,
are Inv.ted: to be present on Sun. Everyone is welcome to come Get Fast Results
day morning at Mt. Tabor to and worship with us. w America's Year Round Sepia Playground
hear the word of the Lord as It
.... .
will' be delivered by the eminent :----- --- Conventions ..Club Groups Families always welcome
B shop Ball. I
All new show on Private Beach Cocktail
CAPITOL Lounge Beautiful Rooms

ST. BARNABAS Theatre The Stage For a, Terrific Vacation Call .

Sunday School was opened by Every Wed. 9 p.m. Mrs. A. Robinson Mgr. NE 5-2273 or 'WE 5-9986
the Assistant Superintendent, Miss
Theresa Lewis. The Pastor was in -
JIMMY REEVES
charge of the morning and evening 4 I

services. Mrs. Lillian Knowles was ond his I
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at the piano.A v- N---.w---- -
PARADE OF STARS
Sale will be at the home of S .g
Mrs. Arimintha Walker, 1239 N.W.I With the Rocketeera

65th Ter., Saturday, July 21. You
are invited. '' and sensational No wonderthe
Please don't forget our Sunday
School Convention which convenes I Little Cora
July 24-29. Visitors are always

welcome. plus BIG TALENT CONTEST Englishkeep

$ $ $ ,CASH PRIZES $ $ $

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PALM BEACH LIFETIME SECURITY Alexander Cordon introduced

MEN-WOMEN 18 To 50 his remarkable gin. The

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free warren.y Deed .. M14e.ii. ROisesP No Strikes why and .I. =",
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I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA
Club Closes
Y/healloy
36 Rookies Contenders
I PAGE 7
Summer ActivitiesBy -SATURDAY JULY! 21, 1962


1\1.\ I. Daniels .-----.-----------,--.- of fear and doubt. I was givena
For Topps All-Star Team copy of "Ouldeposts," that excellent
The Phyllis Wheatley Art and Phil Ossofor Says little booklet depicting momentous
Social Club closed its activities for experiences in the lives of
the summer with a Picnic at Virginia .. folks who had been helped by meditation
Thirty-six Negro ballplayers in --- ---------- ------
both the American and National Beach, -July 12, 1962. Although and divine guidance.
Leagues this are contenders Sponsors Jr. LeagueFrank the weather was inclementa The writing of a weekly column
year
On" article It
goodly number of members and caught my eye.
for it and has been
the 1962 challenge
at
Topps Rookie All-Star a
Mfrandl of Morris HI musicianwho
of
grand guests attended and an enjoyabletime was the experience a
Team. The fourth annual Rookie Ford Co., North Miami was had by all present. Someof times quite a chore. Ideas! do not improvised his music, makingup
All-Star Team is sponsored by Beach has donated $300 to the guests included Mrs. Daisy flow out at the snap of a finger.On new combinations of melody.
Topps Chewing Gum, Inc., publishers sponsor the Saturday morning Morrell from West Palm Beach, the other hand, deadlines, like He told of his fear of running out
of baseball trading cards. Junior' Bowling League of Bunche who was the guest of Mrs. Mable rent day, cannot be postponed. After of ideas. One night, as he was
The Negro rookies eligible for Lanes Un Opa-locka: because It McFadden. Mrs. Lucia Ellen, Dr. four years of writing I have driving) home, It started to snow.
the 1962 team, in the American he1ititan)' youngsters to bowl and Mrs. James Lindsey and son, learned that where there is a will, As he watched the flakes falling,
League Include: Joe Azcue, catcher and enjoy clean, wholesome Mrs. Marion Muldrow :Mr and Mrs. there are Ideas. This, in my mind, he realized that everyone was: dif
; Ed Charles, third baseman sport. The management wishes Littles, Miss Nellie itfoore, Mr. Ad- is a confirmation of the scripture : rent. Ho then realized that ideas,
Manny Jimenez, outfielder; Jose; that as many as can will stop !nand derley and his daughter, Winifred, which"says, "Ask and it shall be like snowflakes, were limitless! in
Tartabull. outfielder; and onathan thank Mr. :Mlrandl for his Miss Grace Smith, Mrs. Elease Wes- .given. number. His fears left him I was
Wyatt all' of the Kansas City Athletics Iterest and generosity ley and daughter, Mrs. Lillian Scott I haven't always held this opin deeply impressed with his story.
; Felix Torres, third base and daughter, Mrs. Hatchet Sand ion. I had to learn my lesson thehard The following week column
man, Los Angeles Angels; Orlando ers Mrs. Mary Frances Williamsand way. This column had its my
Holmes Summer was complimented by my good
children, Mrs. Teressa II.
Martinez, shortstop, Minnesota beginning because of the encouragement friend Archie Finder In his Times
I I'lak', Aus. iJa: Allen, Mrs Rosa
Twins. RecreationCome of my very good friend, column. After such confirmations,
Burney, Mrs. Mamie
Montgomery, Garth Reeves, who also provided
Leading Negro contenders in the and take an active part! Mr. Billie Allen, Mrs. Sylvia Boy- mo with valuable space in The how could I quit?
National League include: Lou "Night of Games", Tuesday, July kins, Mrs Lila Ferriera, Mrs. Cle- Times. This In itself was a great Since that time writing a column
Brock, oatfielder, Chicago Cubs; 24. 1962 at Holmes ElementaSciool's ry omi Bloomfield, Mrs. Margueritte challenge, for it gave me a sense has become less a chore and more
Joe Gaines, outfielder, and Cookie Cafetorium.You Davis and children of North Carolina -' of responsibility to use it for a a challenge, because I know that
Rojas infielder, both of the Cincinnati will have a chance to see Mrs. Helena Slfontes and good purpose. ideas, like eternity, arc endless.
i Reds;: Tommie Aaron, out arts and crafts projects done by other guests whose names the reporter We cannot run out of ideas. We
fielder-first baseman and Amando your children, as well as watch failed to get. All expressed Even so, at one time I was ready can only run out of the willingness
Samuel, infielder, both of the Mil- them receive awards for various themselves as having a delightful to give up this chore. I felt thatI to labor to bring them forth.
waukee Braves; Al Jackson, pit- activities, carried on during the time. Mrs. Mildred Monroe, vice would run out of ideas. I had
cher New York Mets; Ted Savage, summer program president, welcomed all guests in not as yet learned to cast out fear
outfielder, Philadelphia Phillies; We will be looking for you and absence of the president, Mrs. Willie and doubt.
Dio Olivio, pitcher and Donn Clen- your children, from 7 p.m until B. Sparkman, who was unavoidably Miraculously at this point, two Drive Carefully!
denon, outfielder-first baseman, 8:30: p.m.; Tuesday night. absent. events led me away from the abyss
both of the Pittsburgh Pirates;
Julio Gotay, shortstop, St. Louis
Cardinals, and Manny Mota, out- I f t Mf
fielder-infielder, San Francisco '

Giants. 1- iI i// di/
The 1962 Topps team will be _
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selected from ballots distributed to / jffl
all players: coaches, and managersof PvU '; Km
the major league teams during brewed
the season. The names of the memo r \ N '
bers of the winning team will be 5
announced in September. Under
the rules of the election, eligibility for that
for the team precludes any player 'S
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who spent more than 45 days on a :t .S
major league roster between May
15th and September 1st prior to wonderfulworld
the 1962 season, or one who had r
more than 90 turns at bat or pitched ; ,
more than 45 innings in the '
major leagues prior to the 1962 ,
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season.
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election to select leading major
league rookies was conceived in :. of leisure
1959 by Topps to call attention to ;
the young ballplayers who are 1o
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youngsters Approximately have registered 200 energetic and arc : cL / i

enjoying recreation for the program first time in Hialeah a summer L

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Cooperation and enthusiasm are ,
the two highlights of our program.I .
Many thanks to the members of
the P.T.A. who are cooperating
greatly with the program. The'All Yw
Day Picnic is being held Friday
Virginia Beach with the P.TA.
furnishing the food.

During the past five weeks, th
children have enjoyed competitive 1
softball games, live pet show, poster -
contest, doll show, costume I
show, field day, a trip to Crandor.
Park Zoo, silly bonnet contest, bicycle p I Ir
safety rodeo, hobby show, anda
ping contest. Arts and r s
crafts are being offered every day. BREWED FOR THAT WONDER, IL, WORLD OP LEISURE '

The culminating activity will bea i
talent show. This event will be

the held school's Tuesday cafetorium.evening, 7-8 persons J11i! xY ,"

with talent are asked to participateand
are welcomed to appear as a

otherwise talented persons groupsor are 5a

asked to call Mrs. Floyd or Mr.
Dove at TU 74902 on or before H, i
fuesday morning.

J. K. Dove, Jr., is director; A. I
Floyd in charge of arts and crafts;

and Mrs. E. Primma, principal.ANN'S l
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The Carver Ranches Chamber nrsaiI1M
L 'g- '" <*o JOSEPH E1EVINE
w'll meet Monday July 23 at
8:30 p.m. All members are asked Have a Lifetime Profession JAMS TONY
to be present and on time.

Star Light Lodge. No. 642 'Care-Craft' School for Nurse's Aids NOVAK GIRNERRRNDRII.

meets Friday, July 20 at 8 p.m.
SUMMER CLASSES NOW FORMINGFor ;ft! A MARTIN RANSOHOFF PRODUCTION

James WI bon celebrated his
21st birthday) Sunday, July 14, Ten Weeks Courses Day or Night BOY'
at his home, .in West Hollywood
Register Now Payment plan to suit you

Perry AppointedY 1711 W. Flagler St. Call FR 9.7357 j; ,,,:;. ol

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SecretaryMoses r'C4.STARftINO
JANET BLAIR PATTI PAGE
L. Perry, executive secretary
It's talk the
the of town
of Greater Miami's Carver JESSIE ROYCE LANDIS OSCAR HOMOLKA
Branch YMCA, has been appointedto MOWMD MOMII ANMJWMVt
the Y's International Committee HOWARD
Field Staff as a Fraternal World AMATEUR NIGHTEVERY DUFF
Service Secretary by the YMCA 1W1JtPUrt\"RA WALlACH AWoPWIOIIIYIIMOtIWlQllOtC .'
National Board. aa.a.sro ..,....,. .sw1YMN anw IIMICIID sv MICHAEL GORDON"
THURSDAY Y NIGHTAT AKIMCO-RLMWAVSPICTURE ... .
Perry has 'been assigned to MMGM" -
Uganda. East Africa as Associate THE CINEMASCOPE&METROCOLOR
General Secretary responsible for JeuaT 5AM ZIA.. UA UIIOIt WII.UAII KMDgIADD CUll"
Program Development in the city IIACICUS myTH-.cMIVITT L.UIItY Q.'fINe"Passport I
of Kampala. MODERNTHEATRE

Carver's executive secretary for
10 years, he will resign from his To China"RICHARD
current post August 31 and resume 1'
duty with the Y in Africa sometimein /
October.
With host 9 As4 BASEHART'
your f 4 Aa, N ,
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Sponsors to be And entertaining M. C. ,
NEXT ATTRACTION

Cited at Soiree BOBBY 3 BIG HITS- 3

_
Forty-four outstanding womenof MARSHALLPlus _
the community hive agreed to 1 ( 1
serve as sponsors of the Seventh
Annual Musical Soiree Miss Helen The ,
M. Dorsett, chairman of the group, Weekly b I
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announced today. The YMCA musical JACKPOT PRIZE'
program is scheduled for Sunday sisrJiAZZARA
July 29, 4:30: to 6:30: p.m. in Which increases each '
the Breezeway at the YMCA, 5770 week
N.W. 15th Ave. You'll love these shows

The Soiree features the compo featuring '"" HITMAN
sitions of Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, BOBBY j4 :
Brahms and their disciples. Chas. ;
L. Mobley is Music Consultant. RAY VINCENT
JAMES WILLIAMS AND THE TWISTERS
Many versatile musicians will appear -
on the program. V AISTON1wst RICE

Many of the sponsors who have awta +sr
served through the years will be ,
cited at the program. The sponsor WHY PAY RENT? \
list includes: Mrs. Ida Mae Adams, ATE GER
Mrs. Portia Bannister, Mrs. EdithBarfieJdj Take ytfjur choice I \
Mrs. Rosebud Byrd, Mrs.
'eman, Mrs. Dennis Coleman $350 CASH-$75 MONTH $7,900 TOTAL, PRICE DERRICK 'SCRA
Miss Gloria Coleman, Mrs.wmie 2 bedroom with connecting baths, separate dining .
Barbara IFORMi D
Mae Denson, Mrs.
Demps Mrs. Amos Fludd, Mrs. William room, big living room, kitchen and Florida room. No
Gamble, Mrs. Catherine Gip- closing costs, no qualifying, 6% mortgage. 1821 NW
son, Mrs. Frankie Goldsmith, Mrs. 49th St. Immediate occupancy. 'aw,8AMMY.D .

Bernyce Greene. $200 CASH-$79 MONTH $0,000 TOTAL
Mrs. Ruth Greenfield Mrs. Glen Completely furnished CBS. Large room in beautiful VIS JrN
da Harris, Mrs. Susan F, Harris, .
Mrs. John M. Haynes, Mrs. Annie Stephen Manor. Lot value approximately $4,000. No MMo,
Mae Johnson Miss Mary Johnson, closing costs no qualifying. 748 NW 77th Terr.
Mrs. Sybil Johnson, Mrs. Velma Immediate I
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Johnson, Mrs. Mamie Jordon, Mrs. occupancy
Henry C. McDowell, Mrs. Ella Mon. $350 CASH $70)) MONTH PAYS ALL I
"car, Mrs"Geraldine Moore Mrs. $10,500 furnished Total price. CBS 2 bedrooms,

Herbert, Mrs.Munnings Benny, O'Berry Mrs. BonitaNorth Mrs. big bath| separate dining room, fireplace, living
Terry Parker, Mrs. Dorothy Port- room, Fla. room, hardwood!) floors, fenced rear yard
'. lock Mrs, Janie,,Beeves. -well and pump, plus city water. One FHA! morn

Miss'Dianne L.Sands, Mrs:: Len. gage. 859 NW 77th St. _
ora Sands, Mrs. William F. Savoy, 4 BEDROOMS' 2 BATHS FLA. ROOM
Mrs. Jefford G. Smith, Mrs Ar-
thurine Strapp, Mrs.. I. R. Straughter CBS, air conditioned, partly furnished. Electric stove
Mrs. Mae Wood Tucker Mrs. and regrigerator, automatic washer plus furniture.
Many Washington, Mrs. Virgil $500 cash $99 a, month, $13,500 total price. No
Whitehead, Mrs. Carolyn Williams,
and Mrs. Merdesta Wilson. qualifying, no closing costs. 1441 NW 41st St. )

$450 CASH $87 MONTH PAYS ALL r

$13,500 total price, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, CBS car-

Must Sell porte, big living room, dining room, sliding glass 11 rMiW1'A.aoid1uBHI. ,wA..AKAUf\IM1.IUBIMProductionMAWIDMi1STSP'ictult
Business buildingCBS doors to rear patio. Hea.ted, one FHA mortgage. No
( ) on 3 lots closing costs. 3030 NW: 70th Terr.

Terms YU3-6214' : HOME AND INCOME ..' ,
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5110 Pembroke Road Small estate in Stephens Manor. 2 bedroom, sepa *.* y'J><1 r -. ->. ., -It,.
West Hollywood rate dining room, huge living room, deluxe kitchen,
tile bath, wall to wall carpeting stove and refrigerator Jailhouse Rock
r dishwasher, air conditioned, heater, hardwood

floors, hurricane awnings, beezeway. Plus separate SHOWN AT '11:00
building with big one bedroom, living room kitchen
I apt Le your tenant pay off your mortgage $7,000
cash 909 NW 76th St. S At Gunpoint .

26.P Exclusives GUNSON REALTY, Inc. .

561 NE 79th Street PL 4-1841 SHOWN, AT 7:39

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I pat was Church.christened Pictured Sunday from, U" St right Agnes are Alfonso Episco- Monroe (OodP.renU.Mr.) ..Vald{%Murray (Motto). The Singing SwingingZENIT'HS

Murray (father), Alfonso, Jr., Mrs. Georgie Foster, Fr;John ECulmellnd: ; Fred BethcJ,(Acolyte), .


Non Whites NEW BETHEL BAPTIST WORKING MOTHERS I .- .
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I will children
1571 N, W. 68th Terr. keep your
Rev Ernest Williams pastor from infant up, while you First time in Miami
Outnumber Whiles? ')eacon Fred Williams, reporter work. Clean, wholesome

Tho pastor delivered a most surroundings, fenced in Winners of the prize on the Big Break
Two University of Wisconsin powerful sermon Sunday morning
sociologists reported at Madisor, md everyone was inspired I large playground, and expert de- Direct from the Eden Roc Hotel
Wisconsin this week that non The Number One Choir will ten.ter supervision, pickup
whites are well on their way to; music this Sunday The publicis livery. Reasonable ratesyou'll Miami Beach and The Playboy Club
invited to attend services.
outnumbering whites in the na- our love my service. Call
tier's 50 largest cities. lease visit the sick and shut-ins. 7594686. Miami

Professors Harry Sharp and Leo .
Schnore said, "If the patterns con, ... ---
tinuc, our largest metropolitan I
areas may eventually consist of I
white rings surrounding non-white, i Admission:
cities" 1

Census figures showed non ... .. V'. pkxKjJp? Fri. ,and Sun. $1.25 Sat. $1.50
whites growing two to four times r
faster in the'white population in '! Hampton House, 3 Nites & 4 Days ; .;; ::: $ .
the 12 largest U. S. cities Each of'
the 50 largest cities showed in : Honeymoon Special ,
of the non COMING
creased proportions COMING !
whites between 1950 and 1960, the : JUST MARRIED .

researchers said. I;, Then why not spend four nights and three :l li .
Writing in the current issue of \i lays of unequaled bliss in one of our beautiful c-- : r ZN'
"Land Economics," a university *' %J
rdal! suites t
journal, the,, professors said great
numbers nonwhites are migrating Call NEwton 3.0611 for Information ;1
to,the cities while whites move f
to the suburbs. r Mrs. Driscoll or Mrs. Crue *

They said that the term nonwhites -
designated not only Negroes I. / .
but also ,Orientals, Mexicans
and Indians;: that 90 per cent
of all Nbrthcrn metropolitan areas b .
have increasing nonwhite proportions pe e W Ju
; but that only 35 per cent of
Southern'metropolitan districts fol For Sale
low .the"same trend."Continuation .
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of these trends I'I
would certainly have tremendous rPh
implications for the future of the L

authors metropolitan community," said the Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! I


"There will probably be significant
political repercussions. We .
anticipate increasing demands
among non-white peoples for greater ,
representation, especially in local '- BRAND NEW r 1
government but also in the national t
Congress," they said.
2 bath homes
bedroom -
Restrictive housing, practices in
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the suburbs is the main cause of

the non-white urban influx,_ the Low Down Payment ', .. .. .
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORtJDA DuBolse and his band. Clyde4 my "Salt Pork" Reeves, Charles

place is just fantastic. Folks were :Miller and many many more. SOCIAL SECURITY
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JULY 21,196Around doing the Chicken Scratch, Popeye, *
Continental Walk, Pony and the

.,... =-- ".... -_::-__::... : usual dances, and one fellow from MORE QUICK NOTES: The Chateau .
New York told me "I ain't never Madrid on 8th St. at Bisc.
seen so much togetherness dancing Blvd. is now an All-Sepia Club.
in my life." When Bobby Marshall Alex Stephens and his band are -
introduced Sam Cook, the pace there and the Phil Harris Revue.
Miami sounded like Classic Time at the The show that Phil is producing is u._I wnw ftI U.00YIIIIftI1NTI
Orange Bowl when FAMU makes a entirely different from what you
touohdown. Brother Cook holds a have seen in the clubs in our area..
crowd in the (palm of his hands, The Chateau has changed their I Are you about to retire? Then
and is quite a performer. Whenhe name to "The Mad Hat" Club and ask the social security office for
By DAVE BONDU sang "You Send I thoughtthe will seven nights a week I
You
Mel" open .1 the new booklet, "Now That
walls would The women If you are planning to travel north, Are Retiring." It contains advice
"whopped, hollered and stop off at Jekyll Island on U.S. 17,
and useful information for
t.\ ;... screamed" to the top of their lungs. near Brunswick, and spend the nearing retirement. persons
The attendance was a record break night. It is a beautiful place, just
I've found that one of our strongest race. We have been asked if White
or and the last record held
was by 450 miles from downtown Miami Edward P. Blonston, Manager of
men in our city, as far as break. golfers can play in the Par and
Roy Hamilton. But I believe Sam
and an ideal place to spend a week. THE MIAMI (NORTH) SOCIAL
ing down racial barriers, is Milton Birdie Open, and our answer has
Cook's record will be broken
by end We seem to have troublein SECURITY DISTRICT OFFICE
Smith (better known as ButterBall always been, "if he or she can: Gloria Lynn when she comes to the I
that some of our folk are fight- said the publication preparedbecause
).. When policemen and de. swing a golf club, he is welcome. Knight Beat in September.The I was
tectives from the Liquor squad In fact, we have already received Ing with others over money and a of numerous requests from
came to the new Mad Hat Club on (several entry fees from Coral Glass will present this coming bank. I've got the answer for both wanted at thatg would
Biscayno Boulevard to harrass Gables, North Miami, Miami Beach, weekend, the Swinging Zeniths sides. Let's be friends, help each Information
manager Lou Gale and patrons, it etc. Golfers from all over the and a fine show,. I was very proudof other, and not call each other I help them to get full satisfactionand
was Butter Ball who stood his state will be piling into headquarters the way reservations were names. Let's have two banks then enjoyment from their later
ground for his people. lIe told the at the Hampton House for the handled last week by Harry Paul everybody will be happy, and there years. The draft of the booklet
policemen that "the Whites go to week-end. A special party will be and Nassau Williams. Johnny will be even more jobs for our own I got enthusiastic approval at the recent
all of the Negro Clubs without being held Saturday night for early "Band-Box" Williams and Sir John folk.[ There is a need in both areas I White House Conference on
bothered and their ID cardsare comers at the home of Ernest manager, Ed Gil, controlled the that you are considering, so don'tsit Aging.
not checked, but because Negroes Hayes. We have trophies that were door along with O'Neal and back and pout because one Is The booklet such
have a door opened to them, donated by the Carling Brewing the[ special policemen did a fine started before the otherget on the covers subjectsas
decisions
to make and
they must stand up like little child Jompany, through the courtesy of job handling the customers, including ball and open the other. 'Now ain'tthat face while changes.
ren in line, having an ID check. We he Southern Branch Manager, Mr. 1,100 teenagers on Sunday right? I to working getting social
are here to stay. We have arrived. Jack Ecksline; Pepsi Cola Company afternoon. As I've said, "Clyde work security available payments to older, part-time
o
The walls of racial hatred are through the courtesy of Mr Killen's Knight Beat is a fantastic I talked with Sgt. Ben Palmer of activities recreation peop ,
community ,
,
crumbling down. )helby, the District Manager; Mrs. place. the Liquor and Narcotics Squad adult education where to live after
Markowitz
of the
Florence
Hampton *
The Negroes present saw the House donates one, as did Nat this morning, and he stated that retirement, health care, stretch.
three motorcycle policemen and ;and Sonny from the Downtown Pretty Girl of the Week: Ida Whip. the police are not at the Chateau ing retirement income, and counseling -
two detectives, and it didn't move Jarber Shop. The City of Miami, pie. Madrid to harrass but and information services. A
them at all. As Butterball told the hrough Mr. Lew Price, who is Pretty Boy of the Week: WallaceOrr. merely to see that all employeeshave copy may be obtained free by writ.
man, "the days of the Negroes being ublicity Director, donated First the proper ID cards, which ing or telephoning the Social Se
scared are long gone." In fact, 'lace trophy. Man About Town: Swinging Joe are required by law. The police. curity Administration District Of-
we are not Negroes any more, we Davis (Lauderdale Golfer). men will not bother anyone, and he lice located at 234 N.E. 79th St.,
are human beings that rate first We arc hoping that a large gallery Happy Couple of the Week. : Mr. says that they have a right to go Miami 38, Florida.
class citizenship and are fightingfor will out to watch the play. and Mrs. Ira Blossom. any place as w.ells anyone else. -_. ------
it to live like anyone else You will enjoy the festivities and *
that has fought for their countryfor xtra prize exhibits that the guest Music, which usually starts at Every Nite
freedom and democracy. Butterball .md local players will perform. We I QUICK NOTE DEPT.: George 9:30: at the Satellite will begin at Seven Nites a Week
is one of the veterans who .vill have a "closest to the pin" Wright and his band,. appearing at 9:00: from now on with Mop and There's always Entertainmentat
fought on the front lines. Three contest on No. 16; a "Long Drive" Baker's Famous Corner, were offered Dottie Dudley. I attended the Birthday the Satellite
cheers for Butter Ball! contest, a "putting contest," and a lob on Miami Beach for party last Sunday honoring SATELLITE LOUNGE
others. It will be fun for the six months
play. but he told the man
Hattie and Louise. It
I am sure that some of us wil was a gasser 6222 N.W. 7th Ave.
:rs, and for you who watch. he'd rather stay at Baker's because
and the Sunday afternoon
write a letter to our mayor Robert
he and his band have made
King High, asking him why it is The tournament is under the di- friends at Baker's and he felt manv matinees are swinging. to no end.
more Watch this dale
that every time a door is open to icction of Ernest Hayes, Tourna at home there than place he '

Negroes, the policemen are on the .nent Director; Frant T. Rivers, has ever worked Faces any I recog Nuff said for this week. Till Sunday, July 29th
scene to make an effort to deprive President; Dave Bondu, Business nized at the Sam Cook Show were: the next one rolls around. please Atlas Lodge and Temple
them of the privilege. Who gives Manager; and the cooperation of Sgt. Jessie Nash Mr. and Mrs. Wil Live Life, Every Golden Minute of Elks'
the (police their orders to harrass all of the officers and members lie Lamar and sister, Mickey: Fred It. PEACE! DayA
the owners of such places and the freeman of Savannah, Georgia, Hannah, Sammie Wright, Prince grand parade and program are
Negroes who patronize him? It and Mrs. Ben Atkinson. Mayme Farrington, Gerald Ferguson Dr. planned. Dinner. will be served.
makes more jobs for people, and Bondu will be in charge of Regis and Mrs. Edwin Shirley, Jimmy Come and spend the day with
that helps the economy of our city. tration; Dave Bondu in charge of Jones, Roberta White, Percy Rolle, Advertise It Pays! UI..

I hope our good mayor, who has starting, and this First Par and two beautiful platinum blonde.. Arlene .........". -
always been fair minded, solves Scorekeepers will be Mrs. Jewel Jones and __".:> "" '!!
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this problem. Birdie Open promises to be one of Dr. and Mrs. J. 0. Brown, Mr. and STORE BARBECUEAND
the finest tourneys held in this Mrs. ''Little" Willie John, Al Sy- PEOPLES DRUG -
The Par and Birdie Club of Mi area, with plenty of activities for monette, Schoolboy and Thelma 'LUNCHEONETTE

ami will hold its first State-wide all. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Cherry, Mr.
Open Golf Tournament at Miami and Mrs. Edward Simmons, Lovell 402 and 406 N.W. 8th Street FR 4-5874
Springs Country Club on Monday, The star attraction at the Hampton Richardson, Mrs. Lula Wilson, Jim-

July 23 and 24. Play begins at 7 House beginning Tuesday, July Drug Store Bar-B-Que
am. Monday, and registration will 24 will be little Crying Jimmy Scott Featuring breakfast, lunch
begin at the Hampton House on plus Ge-0 and LaVerne, an Afro. BROWNSVILLE dpetbllliing In prescription, and dinner, Old Hickory Bar.
Sunday night at 6:30. The registrarwill ilatian Dance Team, with Pops I""t'llt medicines and sundries
be there until 10:30: Sunday Taylor and his band and Satch CORPORATIONWe becue: from 5 p.tn.
night, and those who are not Robinson doing the MC honors. olwn dally 6:80 a.m. 12 pan.
registered at that time, will be Everybody will remember little finance Mortgages Krl., Bat to It80 a.m. Open Fri. & Sat. to 2:80 a.m.
registered at the Course on Mon. Jimmy Scott, who recorded the and sell lot homes
day morning. Entry fee for Ama popular record, "Everybody's Some- liny and I SatlsfactioliGuaranteed Free Delivery
teur men is $8.00 Amateur women oody's Fool" I'm sure you won't Anything In Heal Estate
$7.00, After Monday's play, an in. want to miss Little Jimmy Scott. We also lend money &a&ssas&2! ::! 1 ;;as! i? !=- a "; VA .AL
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Men's Day At St. Mary's w: '

I

IL to CfiurdiI M. Church Successful

rp me I The men of the church wish to their friends who helped make
I take this method in thanking all their "Men's Day" a successful one.
They said they would make history
and that they did grand total
raised was $1903.27. They raised
this money in less than two months.
Sunday School and Again they say thanks to all who
Thousands Of Jehovah'sWitnesses worship with us; special thanksto
I Mr. Whittington Johnson, better
Training Union known to us as Bernard, Sister Mil
Attend ConventionWEST ton's son. Special thanks to Mr.
Leon Kelly, son of Sister Kelly
Hold Convention Johnson who served as MC during
PALM BEACH, Fla. Mr. Ralph Thompson, of the Key the night service
The Palm Beach Jai Alai Frontonwas west south congregation, another
packed to capacity and hun ,participant on the program, gave The Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Sunday School will be open- with
dreds of persons occupied three his viewpoint as to what impressed West Palm Beach. Rev. J. H. John- Mrs. Bertha Addcrly as superin
separate overflow seating areas him most. He was quoted as say. son, pastor, was the scene of the tendent. Morning service, 11 o'
for the finale of a three-day dis ing, "there was a genuine feelingof 31st annual session of the Sunday lock; evening service 7:30 o'clock.
trict convention of Jehovah's Wit brotherhood despite the dif School and Training Union Convention The pastor will be f in charge of
nesses. ferent races assembled. of the Atlantic Coast Baptist both services. We arc praying for
.
our sick and shut ins.
Convention officials said 5.288 "This being a foretaste of actual Association last week.

people attended the final sessionsof conditions that will exist when The assembly, which lasted from a
the weekend regional meeting. God's kingdom" takes full control of Tuesday night through Sunday, Mars Hill Christian
Over 3,000 delegates representedthe the earth. was inspiring and informative. Instructors '
Miami congregations at the Baptism a Highlight for the courses offered : Church to Dedicate
convention. were the Rev. J. A. Butler, Mrs. I.
Mr. Bennie Crump, presiding G. Pratt-Wilder, Mrs. V. Dames and New
Mr. Robert Miller, presiding minister of the Miami West congregation Mrs. H. Levan. The Rev. Ernest BuildingOn
minister of the Miami Krome con said the mass baptism :
Williams was the devotional speak. July 29, Sunday afternoon
at
gregation, explained no racial dis was the highlight of the convene
er. Other messages were deliveredby 1 GUEST SPEAKER AT MT. TA 3 the Greater Miami Chris-
crimination was shown at the con tion. A total of 103 persons were the Rev. I. C. Mickins, Dr. II. o'cloCki lowship Churches
vention. He pointed out that the immersed in the waters of a private W Brown, Rev. L. A. Thompsonand BOR-The Rt. Rev. W. F. Ball, Pre with several other organized groups along
American Negro is concerned with swimming pool. Rev. J. L. Johnson; Alternateswere siding Bishop of the 11th Episcopal end secret order lodges, will come
the work of Jehovah's Witnesses "These persons completed an intensive Revs. J. A. King, II. W. Moss District of the AME Church, who' together at Mars Hill, 2453 N.W.
He said, "love exists 'in the New : educational program/' and J. II. Johnson. will be the guest speaker at Mt. 68th St. for these special services.
Tabor Church
Baptist N.W. 17th
World Society of Jehovah's Wit Crump said, "and now have entereda Miss Katrina Gibbs was the inspiring Ave. and 66th St., on this Ten nights of prededicatory ser
nesses regardless. of race, color, or life of the ministry. This meet educational speaker Thursday morning, July 22, at the 11 Sunday o'clock vices are now under way, to which
nationality. One can see, on a ing was not a revival but a regular night. The oratorical and mu service. Bishop Ball, whose dis the public is asked to attend and
small scale as shown by Jehovah's part of the Bible educational program sical contest Friday night was a trict comprises the State of Texas, support.
Witnesses that God under his ar designed to improve our special feature of the meeting. The and represents one of ,the largestin Monday night July 16-Rev, Ben
rangement has the cure for racial preaching and teaching abilities," young people gave a good accountof area in the AME Church, maintains Jackson will preach..
discrimination." he said. themselves.The his ,private residence in Miami Tuesday night, July 17-Elder Den- j
..---- where he and his family are I nis and the Prayer Band
choirs of Temple and St. all well known and held in'high Wednesday night, July 18-Rev.'
James, Miami, motored to West esteem by many people. Bishop Walden; Congregation in charge.
Palm Beach and rendered serviceon Ball holds the distinction of being Thursday night, July 19-Rev, Nelson
Sunday. Pastor Johnson and the first, and so far the only, Miami and congregation.
members of Mt. Zion gave the delegation clergyman to be elevated to the Friday night, July 20-Rev. B. L.
a royal entertainment. status of a Bishop. lIe was electedto Mack and congregation..
Presiding over the sessions were the Bishopric at the General Saturday night, July 21Churchwill
Dist. Deacon Chas. E. Gibson Conference of the AME Church, sponsor a Chittcrlln dinner.
and Dist.Supt.Pres. Mrs. K. Trottle. held in Miami in 1956, after having Sunday, July 22 at 3 o'clock-Rev.
served as pastor of Greater Bethel Wilson and congregation.
The convention will meet next and later Presiding Elder of the There will be several singing/
year at Bethel Baptist Church, North Miami District of the AME groups.
Liberty City, Rev. Ernest Williams, Church.In Monday July 23-Rev. Smith, Macedlnia .
r in charge.
pastor. addition to his many other Tuesday, July 24-Rcv. James Picket -
accomplishments, Bishop Ball holds in charRe.Wednesday .
BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMr. the positions of Vice President of July 25Rev. White
the General Board of the AME and church in charge
s Bernard Feldman, memberof Church, President of the Texas Thursday, July 26-Rev. Johnson
the Miami Baha'l Community, Council of Churches, which is an of Coconut Grove in charge.
will speak at the Baha'i Center,, interracial organization, and Chair. Friday, July 27-Rev. Mltchel will
137 N.W. 11th Ave., 8 p.m., Sunday man of the Bureau of Evangelismof pdeach of Zion 1l000c.Sa .
July 22. His subject will be the AME Church. urdar' July 28. Chitterlin Din.
"Universal Peace." the church.
The public is invited to hear
Sunday, July 29 Dedication
invited to Ball that dynamic silver day.
r The public is cordially Bishop The public is invited.
attend. Phone the Secretary, FR tongue preacher this Sunday morn W T. Strickland, Pastor

Delegates attending a district convention of Jehovah's Witnesses about 1-5420,this for meeting.further information ing at Mt. Tabor Baptist Church. C. W Preston, Associate PastorBARKLEY'S

I from Miami included (left to right) Joseph Donna, Alonzo Adams

Jr., Patricia Adams and Joshua Allen. MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev.

.. CUT-RATE STORE
E. M. Thomas, pastor

Minister Needs Pews Greater St. Paul A.M.E. The church was filled with a capacity The Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
crowd at both inspiring de-
votional services on Sunday Rev. 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376

For His New Church At the regular church serviceson Brown, from Georgia, delivered the SPRING CLEANING SALE
Sunday, July 15, 1962, the congregation morning message subject "Take up
I agreed to add your Cross and Follow Jesus." We Don't torisft your film
GrCoconut
Mars Hill Christian Church, for our sick and Deluxe NadlnoU 1.00 '
St. Paul A.ME. are still praying .. picture roll
2455 N.W. 68th St., W. T. Strick Grove, Florida. Under the leadership shut.ins. The doors of the churchare Incense Candle Alnft Tntnqull 1.08
land, pastor, is trying to dedicatehis of the pastor, the Rev. Thos.C. always open will you come 1'o.Ke.No slow Hair (lends and IlllbonsHtrnlglitrnlng
3 Kelley, Jr., many improvementshave and worship with us? Bleach and ( Comb 70*
new church July 29 at
on been made and certainly he I I I Cream 75* comlw TQ
p.m. Up to now there are a few and the congregation felt that this ,
things that have to be completed.If should be done. Dugie's Guest House A Variety of Cards for all Occanlon

him you at can FR help 14161 in 450 any N.W.way, 68thSt. call We invite our friends to worship The house of clean rooms Gift of all descriptions. Use our layaway
,
., or simply stop by the church, with us in the "Friendly, Air Con Open 24 hours NE 4-3851 OI'KN DAILY & SUNDAY 8 A.M. to 10 P.M...
2455 ditioned" Church in Coconut Grove. JOHN' A. McAflNN, Owner
N.W. 68th St. Seeing is BelievingSee
.. .ax .01', .">" .a; ..
Elder C. W. Preston is the As- us for clean rooms ,. ,
"
sociate Pastor and will be happy to Jamaica Dugie, always a
.
answer any questions you might Save a Life friend

have.ministers is funds The for and greatest finishing members concern the right of floors now the II Drivo Carefully! 2941 NW 47th St., Miami INDF Central life Insurance 'Co. of Florida/ ; : I,


and installing the pews. .. .. .'
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"Living Service for the Living"r MODERN AND ATTRACTIVE POLICIES FROM"
MT. CARMEL M. BAPTIST +
$1,000.00 UP TO $50,000.00
Rev D. A. Bradley, pastor
Whole Life Endowment Educational
Mrs. Christine Cherry, reporterWe -
ti +a
are still thanking God for Mortgage Redemption

pastor who has been impounding Retirement Combination Hospital
the hearts,
word of God in our
and mind. The message came Sun- And Home
day to let us know that regardlessof .
how we may run here and there ALSO "
its only "One Lord, One Faith "
and One Baptism." 'So Christian Family Group Plan ':

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catch hold to the faith, and believe Age Insured ,Under One Policy
every word that this bible teaches
tu. New-Borns Automatically Insured After 15 Day
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Remember the sick and shut.in. Oscar REPRESENTATIVES AND BRANCH OFFICES

Tuesday night Is still our prayer Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range, Mgr. STATEWIDE IN FLORIDA AND ALABAMACall

meeting night 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue for representative in your city for additional
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PAGE 12 SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1962 DEA THS
MR. IIOLSEYJJRAY, 1777 N.W.

.. I _, _.. 69th St., died July 18 at Jackson
-- .
Memorial; Hospital after a long
period orillness. 'Ho is survived
by
. Albert a his wife/Mattie; two sons and one
CARDS MEMORIALS HThanks PHILIP GEORGE DULLARD, pioneer sister. Funeral arrangements at
this time incomplete..
Miamian passed away in Kendall '
......
"
r Hospital July 10 Service* Were DAVID DILLARD
1773 N.W. 62nd
ttN: MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKS" conducted Thursday' 2.Methodist Ter., died July 19 at home after a
the Trinity Wesleyan
long periodof Illness. He is
I Church Rev George E. Johnson, survived -
In sad but loving memory of by his mother, Sarah, two
lie is survived by one sister -
The Family of the Late pastor. sisters Mesdames
Bertha
,
our dear mother, grandmother with whom Mae Wilson
Mrs. Ellen Taylor,
ajid aister, MRS. IRENE SEYMOUR he lived at 1415 N.W. 6th Ave.: and Mattie Harrison; five bro
thers Samuel
James
GARDNERwho Burialwas Thomas and'Alvin"
several nieces and nephews.
departed this life in Evergreen. and Willie Walker. Funeral

June 26, 1962 I compete at this time are in
wishes to express their thanks to MRS LELIA I.. HALL, who recently .

.he many friends and neighbors, came to live with her daughter MRS. LAURA MILLS
the food flowers Mrs. Mary Brewster,' of 1705: 7231 N.W.
for cards, telegrams 21st Ct., died,
suddenly while
cars, and all kind of ex N.W. 4th Ct., died at home July ing at 7261 N.W. visit.
sessions of sympathy during their 13. She is also survived by two I 21st Ct. on Tues-
flours of bereavement. Special other daughters, Mesdames Hester( ;( day July 17. She is survived by
sister
one Mrs.
hanks to the Rev. Purdy S. Brown Lee and Daisy_ Odom; one sister,1 nieces, Mesdames, Lillie Louise Day; two
and members of Mt. Tabor Baptist to All. Mrs. Ada Dorgan; 12 grandchild and Bowens
Virginia
Church, and the Range Funeral .' ren. She watf1!: sent to Bradenton, Kinsey. Funeral arrangements
Home for its kind, courteous and We, the family of the late Rnv Fla. Wednesday night for final complete. at this time are in-

efficient service. May God bless Matthew J. Faysnn, wish to take rites.
each of you. this method to thank, the -
many
MR. BENSON GARDNER, friends for every word of comfortor RAYMOND FULLER, of 1621 N.W. :
Husband; act of kindness toward us during 5th Ct., died in Jackson Memorial Francis .
MR. BERTRAM RAMSEY, the passing of our loved one. The Hospital July 13 following a brief
Son llness. Surving are his widow, MRS. MARIE' BELL FRAZIER of
; pain and grief suffered from his
THE SEYMOUR FAMILY, sudden passing can only be healedby Mrs. Daisy Fuller; two sons, Gilbert 22030 SW. 114th Ave., Gouids,
an Almighty God'' and time, but and Albert; three brothers and died on July 17 at Kendall Hospi-
you have done everything humanly two sisters. Services will be held tal. Funeral arrangements at this
I IN MEMORIAMIn possible to share and make our Saturday at 2 p.m. at Matthew time are incomplete. Survivors in-
burdens lighter. Words are inade- Temple AME Zion Church, Rev. elude two sisters, Mrs. Annie Mae
linte to our deep,feelings Daniel Pridgen, pastor.. He will be Hill and Mrs. Ethel Lee Burney of
Sad but Loving Memory of of gratitude express, and names too numerous on view in the chapel Friday afternoon Goulds; one aunt, Mrs. Julia Simmons -
Our Darling Wife, Mother, to mention individually, and at home Friday night ; and several other relativesand
--- --- Daughter, Sister and but may the blessings of a loving and until funeral time. friends.

_ SISTER MARY ALICE JONES andGranddaughter ___ I Savior be with each of you. WILLIE LEE CLAYTON, Jr., diedat I
who departed 'this life July 11,
TilE FAMILY
: home, 7186 N.W. 14th Pl., July
1901,
Mrs. Beulah Fayson, Widow; 14. His survivors are his parents CHURCH
Lord to whom the spirit live
Earnest Fayson, Matthew
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Lee Clayton,
Qf all 'the faithful pas8'ed.away
Unto> their path that brightness Fayson and Fred Fayson, Sr.. of Camilla Ga.; five brothers, NEWS
Sons'
; including Chartes and Leon; four
w,
give, Fayson
Which shlneth to the perfect day Joyce Daughter sisters. He will be sent to Camilla. ST PAUL A.M.E. CHURCH
V'' Wlll'e'! Ga. Friday 10 p m. for funeral services
Johnson, son, and
,}J, family CARD OF THANKSWe and IuriaLMRS. I Mrs. Lee Gray, reporter
3627 SW 27th St.
':'y, Fannie M. Lewis, ester LULA MAE WATKINS, of
( Era }I. William, sister the Family of the Late 819 N.W, 48th St., was dead on ar Presiding Elder F. A. Allen
; I MRS. JUDY ANDREWSwho rival at Jackson Memorial Hospital brought us a soul-stirring sermon
JIN MEMOTTAM died on June 28, 1962 July 13. Chapel jcrvices were Sunday morning, adding spiritual
and was shipped to conducted Thursday at 1 p.m. with strength to the congregation after
r"1n Memory of My Beloved Fitzgerald, Georgia for Rev. Rufus Gilbert officiating. She the loss of our pastor.
_ Parents rites and burial July 2 is survived by one son, Airman 1st The Excelsior Club wishes to
MRS. ANNIE REGLUS wishes to thank the many friendsand Class Clarence Watkins; one sis thank everyone who helped make
\I who departed this life neighbors for klndnesh and ter, Mrs. Johnnie Mae Perry. their program a success
July 17, 1959 and sympathy shown during its hoursof MRS. IIATTIE PERRY, of 1470 The Senior Trustees will celebrate -
_ MR. WILL REGLUS I bereavement. Special thanks to N.W. 61st St., died in Jackson Hospital their 2nd Annual Garden Par
who departed this life the neighbors of N.W. 57th St., July 16. She leaves a daughter ty Sunday, July 22 at the home of
December 27, 1960 Rev. T. Johnson and the membersof Mrs.. Earlene Jackson as well Mr. and Mrs. Edward Braynon
_ "Three years since mother left, St. John Baptist Church, and the as other' kindred. Arrangementsare 1160 N.W. 55th Ter. from 4 to 6
one year and seven months since Range Funeral Home. May God incomplete. p.m. The Faysonites will celebrate
father left; bless each and every one of you. their 1st,Anniversary Sunday, July

*,Life has been so empty since you THE FAMILY. Richardson 22, from 3:30: to 5:30: pm. at tho
.
went away. Good night as we soften church. You are invited to join
said, beneath this roof in the ERNESTINE LYNCH MOSS IN MEMORIAMIn RUBIN DAVIS of 1236 N.W. 1st them in a song feast
days that are no more; I'll stay a who departed this life one Ct., died at Jackson Memorial Hospital The Sunday School Convention
little longer, but I'll see you in the (July 22 year ago on July 12. He leaves to will convene in Hallandale from
1961))
Cherished Memory of Our
morning. Gone but not she mourn a wife Annie Bell; one sis July 25 to 29. Rev. Figpen, our
', Sadly missed. rest in and for.gotteni.may light: Beloved Wife, Mother and ter of St. Augustine, Fla.; two guest minister, brought us the
: MRS. MATTIE MORGAN, petual shine peace her.may per. GrandmotherMRS. nephews and five nieces. Funeral evening message.
i .' Daughter and upon ANNA WOODS services held Bethel Our sick members Mrs.
;, ; Family. The MOSS and LYNCH FAMILIES were at Greater are:
.._ -' who departed this earth A.M.E. Church on Monday, July Grice and Mrs. Wilson. Visit withus
: CARD OF THANKS July 17, 1958 16, 2 p.m., with Rev. S. A. Cousin in church Sunday.
,, Four sad and lonely years with. officiating. Burial in 'Evergreen
CARD OF THANKSThe out you. Good wife and mother Memorial Cemetery.ROBERT .
I The Family of the Late sleep in peace. TEMPLE BAPTIST
RAYMOND HARRIS AMOS WOODS Husband; CLYDE..SCOTT, of 641
I who departed this life Family of the Late MILDRED MARY, JUANITAand N.W. 3rd Ave., Apt. 9, died ton Rev. L. A. Thompson,'pastor
July 7. 1962 DEACON MONROE SMITH, Sr. GENE Daughters: July 11. lie leaves to mourn a Sunday will be observed as Men's
fakes this methOd to express sincere who departed this life Six Grandchildren. wife, Catherine; mother and father, Day at Temple. The Rev. 0. A.
thanks and appreciation for July 7, 1962 John and Ida of Century, Fla.; Pratt. B.A., B.D, associate ministerat
the many kind gestures of sym. wish to express our thanks and appreciation and several brothers and sisters in Mt Olivette Baptist Church, will
pathy shown us during our. hoursOf i to the wonderful friends NEW PROVIDENCE M. B. Century, Fla. The body was shipped deliver the message at 11 a.m.The
bereavement. and neighbors for flowers, cards to the Benboe Funeral Home Men's Chorus will furnish music
-.. CHARLENE HARRIS, Wife; II telegrams; and food. Our thanks to Rev. C. J, Burney, pastr in Pensacola, Fla., where funeral for the day.During .
/) VIVIAN, Daughter; Rev. E. Melton Mizell Funera' Mrs. Claudia Wilson, reporter services and burial rites will be the evening the men will

|: ALVIN Son. I Home for their wonderful service Beginning the first conducted on Sunday, July 22. present a musical and literary pro
Sunday
morning -
Special thanks to Rev. Ellis King the choirs will have MRS. MARGARET ANDERSON, of gram. You are invited to spend
flN: MEMORIAM May God bless each of you. also the ushers' boards.mass This services 812 N.W. 66th St. died at Jackson the day at Temple and see our men

MRS. MINNIE SMITH, Wife shows a spirit of working together. Memorial Hospital on July 14. She I in action.
t: In Sad but Daughters, Sons and leaves
Loving Memory of Our pastor will deliver the eleven to mourn several sisters
SiOur Dear Husband Father Grandchildren. Vclock sermon in the Woman's Department and brothers including Mrs. Julia I
j?: and GrandfatlserIL of the Ministers and Dea Jennings of St. George, South Caro
cons Union which will be July 28. lina. Funeral services were held at
\ CARD OF THANKSThe Pray for the sick and those on Greater Bethel A.M.E. Church on
vacation. Visitors are always welcome Thursday, July 19, at 5 pm. with
Family of the Late in our services. Rev. S. A. Cousin officiating. The '
body was shipped at 8:20 Thursday
IRA ISHAM ALLEN
evening to the Warner Funeral!
who departed this
July 2, 1962wish life MT. ZION AME CHURCHOpa Home in St. George, S. C. where
burial rites will be conducted.
to express their deep 14
appre Loch Fla.
MRS. ELLA KENNEDY, of Goulds
Nation! to the'many friends and Rev II
: E. Green, pastor 8 5a
i
neighbors for the floral sprays. died at the Kendall Hospital onJuly'

food, cards, and telegrams sent ir This, Sunday everyn e at Mt. 13. I She leaves to mourn
their hour of 'bereavement. A special Zion is asked to go with our pastor nieces and nephews, including Mrs. ,.
thanks to Rev. L. R. Browr to St Paul, Coconut Grove, to an Lucille Lowe of Savannah Georgia
and members of the Martin Me anniversary program at 3 pjm The body was shipped to Savannah I z..
mortal A.M.E. Church and Bain: There will be a piano recital to the Royal Funeral Home on I;
Funeral Home sponsored by Rev. Smith with the Wednesday July 18, where funeral
MR. WILLIAM ALLEN young people on Friday night, July services will be conducted on Sun
Husband. 20 Everyone is welcome. day, July 22.CARD ko
There will be a NAACP meetingat

Mt. Zion on Tuesday night July .
24. Everyone in Opa-I cka-is askedto OF THANKS '"" :'" ;::' "

Many Thanks 4 see please Sister attend.Sommersct We- in were church glad;on to &'<*The FarakWf'-line Late i' '1/l\q fi j I

MRS. OLIVIA JOHNSON ,terREV.
ii, Miss E. C. Thomas wishes Sunday.Sister. ,
{ to who died on July 1
Evon Miller is at home .
O.
thank all the many friends rela from the hospital. Visit the sick. and was laid to rest on July 9. 1962 A. PRATT

'_____ tives, organizations and their auxiliaries takes this, method of expressing The chairman. Deacon A. J. Hanna
that kind to her -
thanks
were so and appreciation to the
and
cochairman
MR. WILLIAM PEARSON during her several months of ill NEW ANTIOCH BETHEL many friends and neighbors who burn, are sure that George the E. Hep
JOHNSON ness. After having spent more than were so kind during its hours of play'their men will
i(Who passed away on July 23 1961 two months with her sister, Mrs. NEW ANTIOCH BETHEL 3 ____ bereavement Thanks for your women will part nobly, and that the
bring
'> May he rest in peace and may I Goodman, in Hialeah, who helpedto : The New Antioch Bethel Number cards letters, telegrams, flowers up the rear.
light perpetual shine upon him. get ,her on her feet again, she .Three is beginning a revival cars and all other kind gestures of A dinner sale will be on the
,v MRS. ROSALIE JOHNSON, is continuing in the stage of rehabilitation meeting starting Sunday night, sympathy. Special thanks to the church grounds Saturday, begin.
Wife; at her home 5620 N.W. July 16 and will continue through Rev. S. A.. Thomas, pastor of Mt ning at noon. Donation one dollar
'.. MRS. GEORGIA MAE 18th Ave. Again, Thanks a ,Mil. Sunday Aug. 5. Come one! come Sinai Baptist 'Church, and to the Delivery if desired.
,,- ''L ,_ CONKLIN, Daughter;, ion, and may God continue to bless all! Everybody is welcome. Range Funeral Home. Again, The Uberty S&riags Club will
JOANN and ROSE MARIE and guide you Individually as wellas Elder M. Mallory is preachingevery thanks to everyone for everything. celebrate its anniversary Sunday

CONKLIN, Granddaughter. collectively. night. THE FAMILY. 3 p.m., with a program at Temple!

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Bous* dn tOf le Sacrifice -
equity for 6asfl, Monthly pay SATURDAY JULY 21, 1962 PAGE 13

ments $39. .. \ :
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i 1044 NW. 64th St. Best location, C' ".
lovely 5-room house, 2 connecting'
apartments, 3 tile baths all furn
ished. $10,500. JE 1-0215.. MI CLUB BOWLINGSomething

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2-BEDROOM i ious' refrigeratorand ''01
stove,included. 1-bedroom cot
tage oQ/'rear. furnished. Open 1-6 New! -=
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Cottages, Water fut tah. WilY PAY lucky heart d>iarm. Send 25# for -,
3-ROOM JJfcKf' ? % this nice ,
ed. lib *eeit. 56!$! NW 8th St. home, only $9.do to Q'hjh pays> sill W.special 8th'SU reading Cincinnati ti Doc.3 Gibson Ohio 903 }':'
,. 7/28
7-2SJ62. Total $10,000,.only $300 kity n. See .. ." Teenagers Day'
FR today, 1467 N.W.41st Sf..A. $#. .
E. PICARD Kori, Realtor, 2644 N.W., 62nd St., : Dog Track Blues? ,Hot dogs and soda' to all 'that bowl <\, '
,Rental Agency; J., Nites PL 9-5533: Days OX 18372. S you can cry with us \
collections -'.. I'h' ,. Losers and winners "
welcome
Rental ; ropey If you can't bowl we will teach you how
management, real estate 1459 N.W., 41st.STREET.. CBS 2- S'ATELUf LOUNGE '
569 NW 8th St. PHI 7-290! bedroom porches, some furniture.
i Total $10,200 $300 down, only $69 Miami's Only LOOK-LOOK-LOOK '
1 BEDROOM furnished!'apt. A l1 !month pays all. A,, Ben-Kori, Realtor Every Nite Entertainment House. '. hf
utilities. Downtown area. $18NB 2644 N.W. 62nd St., Nites PL 6222 N.W. 7th Ave.
4.0500. butt 55533, Days OX 19372. Men and Women Nit;,.

OPA LOCKA area. 1 bedroom COMPLETELY furnished 1807 N. BE RID OF r.:
newly decora.ted.s.unturnish&d.. W. 47th St, almost new television. Starting Monday July 23
$t&. Furotshed 21. 2 bedroom Total $9,500 only $300 down. Very ,
uriturti. $18, furn 2 bedroom large 2 bedroom. See Inside then Falling HairBY
NE 4.0500 tad! :all A. Ben-Korl, Realtor, 2644 NW Beer will be served to anyone bowling
62nd St., NiteS PL 9-5533, Days FRIDAYOr
NEWLY Renovated furnished or OX 19372. three or ,more games
'
unfurnished Locka area near apts.,church In the, school Opa FOR BEST BUY, see inside today. money back fromKURASOL Something new will be happening every nite

and shopping center. Call Mick bedroom, 2.ba.th. lovely home. at Please reed( the bulletin board
789 N.W 45th St. Call me A.
Ins! Rental Agency.; NE 4-0600. Auk} about FREE fishing trip
Indf Ben-Kori, Realtor 2644 N.W. 62nd I our
St. Nites PL 95533, Days OX 1- Only Kurasol can make this W. are pleased to serve you
AIR COOLED auditorium including 9372.
lights, Janitorial service, etc COMPLETELY air conditioned, 7-day guarantee. Relieves BILLY JOHNSON DENNIS PEAK, Managers" ,
Available for church use. Call 1051 N.W 43rd St. bedroom CBS,
OX 60231. Indf itchy scalp fast. Be rid! of
very nice. Total $12,600, $400
FURNISHED efficiencies utilities town, $83.00 month pays all. A.I scalp troubles with KURA
Ben-Kori, Realtor 2644 N.W. 62ndSt. I II
Included, $1250 a week. 620 N.W "
8th St. FR 7-2002. )372.., Nites PL 9-5839, Days OX 1- SOL., I FINEST SELECTION IN MIAMI

BEDROOM, APTS., utilities free. LIVE FREE, 1346-48 N.W. 44th St. KURASOL, Is sold at drugstores I, '
$18 50 and $20.00 weekly. 137 N.W. Government Inspected and Approved.
25th Street. Mav be seen by calling )nly $400 down MO 6-6740. and beauty shop.

FR 9-3530. ADULTS Only 8/4 I-DEDROOM CI3$ furnished, .also
$15.(00)( WEEK. Very nice bedroomapt. 2-story CBS dup, N.W LOVELY HONES OPENLow
., lights, water, 2260 N.W. 62nd \\3rd St. For appointment,.call CA Save a Life -
St. Ownet, Saturday only. 7/21 t-0363 after 5pm.
;iO PER WEEK,.unfurnished cottage Low Down Payments <
,
3 LOVELY houses, 1 and 2 bedrooms free water and lights. 4523 Drive Carefully!
SIB, $20 and $22 per week. V.W 33rd Ave. HI 61266. LESS THAN RENT
EZ TERMS!
Only reliable families. Phone NE
5566..
*
FREENEW *
FURNISHED EFFICIENCY. PxU'
vat& entrance. Free Ughts and RADIO WITH YOUR TV PURCHASE 1025 NW 43rd Street
water. Phone 8-4273.;
I TV SETS Colonial style beauty. A must see! Fla. room, garage,
FURNISHED Ali 1709 NW 65th
Rt. ?tee water and electricity. patio and barbecue $12,800 total price. $79 per Mo. ',

Phone OX 16073. *

FRON ROOM in private h 'me. 3500 I 755 NW 44th Street
Telephone service, semi private >
116690.entrance, lUG NW 68th St. OX Need 3 bedrooms for $400 down? OK this I is it. No

TV SETS closing costs either. Near bus and shops.
PRIVATE ROOM in private home,
16015 NW. 22nd Ave. In Opa-locka HUNDREDS OF FLOOR SAMPLES, REBUILTS *
Call NA l- 463 after 5pm.
AND NEW TV SETS TO CHOOSE FROM 757 NW 46th Street
BEDROOM nice
vironment, adults duplex only.apt l' E 4-0037.en- TV MARKET 111 S.. W. 12th Ave. 3 bedrooms, CBS in terrific location.:$400 dlown, f62:

BUNCHE:PARK area. 3-bedroom month. No closing cost "
house furnished. Large yard, en.riMed :
COLOn ,
IN
2 ACTION HITS 1JOTII
with fence. Quiet neighbor- I
hood. Phone NA 1-6654. Kirk Douglas In 'THE VIKINGS"PLUS 4701 NW 10th Avenue

LARGE 3-bedroom house. Call in bus and
Large corner homes Manor Park near
MU 1.7001.LARGE Burt Lancaster in 'TRAPEZE"RITZ '
shops. $400 down., $76 per month.
furnished room, ,private STARTS SUNDAYDON w .
family ideal location, man preferred .
Phone PL 7-0770. I
,
I 1565 NW 47th Street ,
ROOM In "private home for a re-
fined man. OX 10425.T Fully furnished! A real steal for $9,900, $300 downs/

HOUSE 2-bedroom on corner. 2441 no closing costs. Hurry for this Manor Park beauty.

NW, 65th St. .NE.4-5744". *

ROOM to a quiet Christian home. 1831 NW 47th Terrace ;,
J striclt Fhon* ,reliable person may ,apply. :3 bedroom CBS, hardwood floors, porch, larl-l

' '@ NE 4-8201. TW '. 'rooms. $10,500 $350, down. _No closing co .

BEDROOM, freshly D* ted to *'
*
*
Brownsville/.N.WTMst Ter. 4
NE 4-9925: tJL
775 NW 77th Terrace
5-ROOM furnished apartment forrent
$15.00 per week, free water. $59 per month $300 down. No closing costi. Walk"
835 N.W. 7th Ave., Mrs. Batts. don't run to this CBS doll house

731 N.W. 55th TERRACE. 2-bed- Y *
room duplex partly 'furnished.
Finest
Adults or will take a small baby. : 3342 Thomas Avenue .
MU 10325.: (Coconut Grove)

DUPLEX apartment, Jarge, beautiwl Like new CBS, huge 3-bedroom, 2 batha, hardw ood,:

inside and out. 2-bedroom, floors, tilepof.f room,: ditiqgitobtet.l'i ss 4
dylts.Only-".1240 N.W.bUOT.tt: .. M Reduced price.'"'+' : .. .
; udtsnd bt 'tw: .,t ; .B. ; "U [ing. Move right In. ,..';&" ;
1633-2051; -' .t: :

HELP WANTED !t
'HIGH SCHOOL grads, male and '
'icmale. Snack-Way apply 2 p.m. NEWS REALTYThe
'Tuesday, 5595 N.W. 17th Ave. FOR YOU: !

LICENSED Beautician to manage Work For You) .: '
*hD. Call 691-5851. Also NE 2r ( Broker That

EXPERIENCED 188. beauty operators.7/28 Imported Rom 80 Proof 4600 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655

1205 N.W. 3rd Ave. Call FR 9-9168
or NE 3-3198. 8/11 IT. S. TtatrQnton, 8cbJ.ffelln. Cov, New York 8, Jf.Y. (Open Sunday) r, :,

YOUNG LADY, age 18-25 for hOlD
caDY'.,. Good commission. Call L
. on4.l SoU, 'PL 7-0121. __...



THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA It .... J. .L :.J It c cI On December 26, he stole a pair

PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1962 I IN AND AROUND Mf BAHAMAS J then of pants in May from he a"took"fellow a policeman transistor,

.. radio and a pair of pants that belonged .
--- --- -
or yM p
.. ... to another policeman. He
rMrrMYrhlr,r '.rr.47. Y.x:'' ., :r.YS ttrrMyJ: tS;rr:Vr7lNMI1Y..1.Yrrr;;{. Pastor S. N McKinney and Pastor -i The Governor was welcomed by was sentenced to two months' imprisonment
Yr. N E. Scnvella, who have been: Meta Davis, L.R.A.M. (Mrs. Roland on each charge recent.
; : ; ;tiUA'7" attending the West Indies College Cumberbatch), chairmandirectorof ly. Williams.said he will! appeal.

in Mandcville, Jamaica for the past the Council of Women's Com
.r two years, returned to Nassau re- mittee of Arts and Letters; Mrs. Father John Taylor, who for the
cently. Both of them have receivedthe George Hlggs, vice-chairman, and past three years has been Vicar of
: ::::::
: St. Augustine's Episcopal MissionIn
Grant-Smith presidentof
Mrs. Irma ,
: B.Th degree.
the Council.. Dallas, Texas, has recently ac
Son of Mrs. J. S. McKinney and cepted a call to be Rector of St.
Andrew's Church Evanston .
,
Episcopal
5i.;. tho late Mr. McKinney of Landrail Stafford Musgrove, 21, a nativeof Illinois, in the Diocese of
Point, Crooked Island, Pastor Mc. Exuma, was killed almost In Chicago.His .
,.Yrr'ir rJS'N: ;{rr..Yr} i i Kinney will serve as Home Missionary stantly on Saturday night, July 7,
!'{ r'r'ra..rrr: '::1 rh. :' 5..rra't7rtrrtrrl rJ7N1N.I and Sabbath School Seven when the scooter he was driving wife, his four children and
? of the Bahamas Mission of crashed head-on into a selfdrivecar his mother, Mrs. Frances Taylor,
Day Adventists in Nassau. Scavel- driven by Anthony Avrutine, will go with him to Evanston in
By Albert W. Cooke la also a native of Landrail Point, 36, of the Bronx, New York. September.
,, will serve as pastor of the Churchin t *
: A SUMMER PLACE Building Fund I Englcrston and Publishing and Arthur Livingston, Musgrove's
It's hot k. and that's putting it Temperance Secretary of the Mis brother in-law, was riding on the Granville G. Hudson, a Bahamian
Mon of the scooter and was seriously tailor who resides in Manhattan,
:' mildly in addition to bearing Mrs. N. E. Smith Law, PresidentRt. rear
injured. Both men were on New York, is visiting Nassau for
the heat, one must climb hills 1, Box 90, Chiefland, Fla. their way home from work. the first time in 50 years. Mr. Hudson .
read books, make reports, and do (formerly of New Orleans, La.) A delegation from the Bahamas is the house guest of Mr. Ro
It's thing of .
research joy
a Barbers' Association called upon Avrutine sustained slight i injuries bert Burnside in Street.
': or a matter of survival de- Don't miss this Healing Blessing; Acting Immigration Officer G. J. and Mrs. Fredericka Ann West
; : pends on how you look at id Those who are sick. St. John 17th Levarity last month and protested Juarez, 22, a passenger in the car,
.', it's a means of pushing oneself at Chiefland, Fla. Mt. Bethel against Haitian barbers working in suffered severe face lacerations Miss Pamela Cox, daughter of
", forward toward self improvement Church, Adamsville, July 2, 1962, the colony. and shock. *, Rev. and Mrs. Leopold Cox of
-an improvement of the race 11 a.m. These words spake Jesus Sandiland Village returned to Nassau
You know this in terms of"getting and lifted up His eyes to Heaven The group, comprising Ramon This was the ninth traffic fatality on July 6, after I completing a
an education" Well! and said "Father, thy son also may Josey, Clifford Miller James Cox, of the year. 15-month course in Business Administration
that's what your boy is trying to do glorify thee. As thou hast given William Newton and Ulric Sim I at Shaw's School, Ltd.,
this summer here at FAMU. Only Elim power over all flesh that He mons, complained that the Haitians Toronto, Canada. Her father is pas-
trouble is, I've been at is 20 years should give eternal life to as manyas under the prices set by the Rumor has it that Bert Cam tor of Mt. Carey's Baptist Church.
and I ain't educated yet ,1 am Thou has given Him. Please association, but do not obey the bridge, a former member of the
in no way alone in my efforts. bring one new glass for your bIP*CI. rules for closing. The officer prom. House of Assembly, may be a can
There arc of course, many Miami. ised to check didate for the Southern District of
Ing and $1.00. One day only. May
the matter Having Guests During the Week?
ans here. I thought that I would Nassau in next year's election. Mr.
God bless .
name a few. However, in the business you.Sponsored Cambridge was swept aside by PLP Bring them to the Satellite!
of "Name Calling" someon* by Rev. Mrs. N. E. Austin Hamilton, 25-year-old sea members in the last election. Always a Pleasant Atmosphere
is always left out In light of: Smith Law. Pastor, Rev. E. Pierce. man, was killed Instantly on the SATELLITE LOUNGE
this fact we omitted the name night of June 17 as he touched the 6222 N.W. 7th Ave.
calling Sure your cousins arc mast of an over-turned sailboat in Police Constable Whitfield Wil
here at FAMU Why I would the vicinity of East Bay Street. The llama seemed to have suffered a The NAACP
be glad to say hello for you Ushers' Union Nolico mast was resting on an overhead I weakness for other people's( things Support
You can be sure of that You electric wire which electrocuted I : ,
also be that if him. I
can sure they are
they're catchin' "It" rIght The Ushers' Union's fourth Sun '
along with the rest of us You day program will be held at New I NIGHTINGALE COLLEGE
know, blood, sweat, and tears Hope B. Church on the corner of' James Clark, 42,-surveyor of Savannah 265 N.W. 5th Street FR 3.1675
Like Rah, rah Florida. 13th St. and 1st PI. Sound Eleuthera, fell Into

No No Oh No they The program will be sponsored tempted the sea and to step drowned from when a boat he at.at ENROLL NOW FOR
not all here at FAMU between New Hope Seniors and Mt.
are why Union Wharf, Nassau, on June 17.
I reckon they're scattered ever Calvary Senior Ushers. Time: 3p.m. The body was not found until the 52nd Physician's Assistant Class
which cha a way All! over The President is asking that next day. He is survived by his
this here USA Some in all ushers be out and on time as
are there is business of vital impor wife, Mrs. Vernetta Clark. BEGINNING TUESDAY, JULY 17
sop-choppy, do-wa-ditty, pee-hokie *
that's right you name the placethey're tance to be discussed. Prepare for a lifetime professionAir
there His Excellency the Governor
Some good Friends and members of other
folks are "Sky Larking", some stay. churches are always welcome to Sir Robert Stapledon, accompaniedby Conditioned Classrooms
ed at home in order to work and come and enjoy the program. I Lady Stapledon, opened the ,I' July28
save enough to buy a "thing-a-ma- am sure the committee has a very Bahamas Festival of Arts and .
i-VI. 1"I 11I -*-!-*- 1-- -* *--S----* i'r
wha-cha-ma-callom" Crafts 3 at the Dundas -
jig or a spicy and timely program preparedfor on July
some have even gone plain vaca us. Sunday, July 22. Please Civic Center. The affair is the II I Ll 1 U Ji iI 111 A. 1 L I II JI J L 1 J
tioning. If you're caught knee deep; come out and support the union first of its kind in the Bahamas. A
working, trying to make ends meet, large collection of paintings, sculpture
relax better days are coming by Miss Dorothy Major Reporter pottery handicraft and needlework TV Service CallsALL $}.50
and by meantime, don't burn Mr. David Hudson, President -the work of local artistswas -
the candle at both ends OK Cousin Rev. Samuel, Pastor on display.
? MAKES-ALL MODELS

put the YOU It's Never Too LateTo LARRY'S T.V. "
back In
YQ3jTHYMCA :
l WE BUY SELL TRADE TV SETS
get your graduation pictures made AND
; I RADIOS, HI-FI AND STEREO REPAIRSWe
: :, If WE 'FURNSH CAPS AND GOWNS Useci
Sell TVs on Credit

JOIN YOUR Kindergarten, High School, College 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-8024

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Build to order. For mile Lot 75 :x: 100 1,650 Frank Royal

and Let her years of experience guide S. Baron JE 8-1340 JE 2.4343WE ,
protect you throughout life |
as ft lighthouse guides the shipsIn I
A storm.. For success In busl .
nens and love. and The 4 of Us
DON'T STAY IN TUB HUT. GET
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DAILYSunday 20 different plan to choose, from I gr- r -r' *""*
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,' 10 a.m. a p.m.READING CARVER RANCHESFor -
I't' '
".I'v' information call THURS. -' Phil Harris Amateur Nite
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$1.00 UP JOE BURTON 4221 Hallandale Bird. FRL, SAT.. SUN.-Phil Harris and! His Big New
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I JULY 21, 1962 PAGE 15

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., Men's Day At Mt. Hermon I Ir

YI
Sunday will be a most elaborate I
day at Mt. Hermon, Opa-locka. The
occasion? The Fifth Annual Men's I ,
Day. The chairman, Mr. Charles ___ a'ta
Green and cochairman, Mr. Albert ._ v
Smith, Jr., are going all out
to make this Men's Day the best
t w r ever to be witnessed. Their ob-!
jective? To join the bandwagonfor 13c4e
enlarging "The Biggest Little ,4
Church in Town." I

Enhancing the program for this
day will be Rev. D. A. Russell,
guest speaker for the morning, Rev
W.. J, Macon, guest speaker for
the evening, and a host of Miami's






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I International r r
Florist
I Lake Placid Albert Smith Co.Chairman
I
most prominent men who will ex-
Convention Big Success Camp Time Near Amplify day.Other themselves throughout the

,i Registrations,; Are Now Open events of the day will include
At Lake Placid YMCA the guest visitation of Rev. J.
boys'camp
Miami wa proud to welcome tbeInterpaUonal bert Ke nedy.In prQtest to the jail-I.I one hundred lads hope to B. Blacknell and his congregationfrom
Florist Association, ine of Rev. Martin Luther King in solve the problem that Is still St. James A.M.E. Church at
tneetin fot HI.tOt! ANNUAT4 Albany, Georgia1. I eluding older wiser! men over at 3 p.m. An old.fashioned "food
CONVENId1V, July throe In It .1 Cape Canaveral. While the scientists fair" on the grounads should also
The officers and delegates l Monday ifterndori
attendance was highlighted fret over how to pet out of prove to be top interest at this
eat:for d words of by an outing at Virginia Beach this world, the boys at the YMCA time. The ladies of Mt Hermon
achievement the success accomplished followed by an evening of entertainment camp will already be out of this are preparing foods to satisfy the
.
here. In.the form of Tea
a sponsored world.The. m"st distinct; taste.
bV the friendship Garden I I So why not come and witness
Friendship lot the affair were the and Civic Club at Pharr O qt. A 'boys at.camp will be in aworld F for yourself this festive occasion?
Garden and Civic Club progrtnt was presented with rev filled with hot dog roasts, ". Come and see men "take their
assisted by Blanche Calloway Marian freshmeilts served and card play. I "
games, swimming, hiking, exploring Charles Green, Chairmantor places.
Muldrow, Willie Mae Cteasorand ing for enjoyment of the guests. ft CduJJle l of planets away
Shirley Turnquest Pyfrom Tuesday, delegates participated from city streets ana heat waves

with founder.W. 0. Perry, president asa in ed the School of Designing follow.. ricocheting from plate glass to con. cooks, and head counselor Jcf An outdoor chapel Is the setting
by an evening Flower and FashIon crete.
ford G. Smith. for nondenominational religious observances
Show around the beautiful
The |rW worshipped, Sunday tropical fool df the Hamilton that's not exactly what the Can The camp is located on a HO( in keeping with the Y's
horning at St. John Baptist Church House. Blanche Calloway narrated averal fellows had in mind but it's aero site and has 12 cabins, dining third initial. Reverend Edward T.
where the mayor Robert King the affair with charm grace quite enough to make it the best hall bath houses, infirmary, craft Graham the religious director
High, gave the welcome. Charles. and pomp. Arrangements were of all possible words for the Miami shop building and caretakers cot. serves as
Hadley extended welcome on b(,- made by Marion Muldrow and Wil YMCA campers of the Carver tage. .
half of the Business and Civic lie Mae Ceasor. Mrs. Shirley Turn. Branch on the banks of Lake Gras Youngsters should enroll for
Under the guidance of
super.
Groups and Rev. Johnson delivered In Central Florida.
sy

quest Pyfrom was in charge of the
visors-with particular attention residence Immediately The
the sermon on "Humanity and camp
Flowers wHich Was models. Forrest Reynolds rendered Built In 1953, the modern camp paid to water safety-the boys participate camp period this year is from Au.
t and Captivated the very attention inspiration vocal selections for the audiencE'sOd will be under the direction of in swimming, fishing, gust 25 through September 1. In
()t the congregation to its end received an outstanding ovatIon Franklin D. "Uncle" Ross. His canoeing water skiing, boating, formation about the camp can be
for his performance. Another staff includes 10 senior and 10 camp-outs, hiking group sports, nature obtained by calling OX 6-0231, or
Sunday evening a Sightseeing feautre of the evening was the distributing unior cqunselors, nurse dietician, study, handieraftsl devotions visiting the YMCA office at 5770
Tour of some of the outstanding of beautiful carnation business manager, waterfront direc- I singing, archery and riflcry, I N.W. 15th Ave.
to all the ladies in attendance by
landmarks in the Magic City topped
two lovely girls. This was truly
the agenda. Miami has 10 I colorful and appreciated by all the

many places beautiful until it is and of eye little appealing wonder I! ladies.Wednesday. the final 1 Business I For The Finest Apartmerts at Moderate Rates-Call

that the delegates marveled over I
held. The information
Session
was
,
this experience. Sunday night A ''
appearing on pages 3 and 6 of the Bllfw
Get Acquainted Party sponsored
New IFA Directory were reprints
by the Sunshine State Florist AssoclaUftir from the Florist Review, This was BONDEDRENTAL
was given at the Sir appreciated by delegates and was
John, followed by cocktail
a partyat taken for valuable information.The .
the Hampton no se. 'These relaxing final hour of departure arrived
events served as stimulantsto with delegates expressing
put ever rptie at ease so that an gratitude and words of splendorfor
enjoyable time could be profited. their wonderful stay in Miami

The Business Session opened on and for such an outstanding con
Monday morning with many suggestions ventl d.
being brought to the floor The next convention is scheduledfor
regarding better Flower-byW1re Buffalo, New York in 1963.
service to be offered the public. A IT'S HATS OFF TO TilE IFA. INC
resolution was also made And a FOR ANOTHER REWARDING AGENCY
wire sent to Attorney General Ro- YEAR! ,

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MISS III.mum) 1)TTlmRON'Th e largest I collection and rental
I :Personal Mention Clerk Secretary

: Coconut l Omte agency in the South; operating in

u L.-t-Lt iilill; il u llt 11 _._ ._. _.._. 8S01 .(lIIAND3rove A 'RYU r.

Mr. and Mrs. Albert N, Doyle of In Miami to attend the funeral i hAve worlel..1. for Bonded for Dade and Broward Counties'lou1'
learned a
6830 N.W. 14th Ave. are happy to of her brother, the late Charles )"MI'f4. I hare
welcome their son Edward W. Ross, Sr., Mrs. Hattie Studdard mat deal, anal It laM been a real and Negro Housing area.
her home' in Cleveland serving ollr tenants
Doyle horn after having served a returned to 1INlUI"
term of two years In the Armed Ohio on.Friday.. elUn.1", and workln with furnMi*nchnlort
Torces. During his period in the i.'>pl*. Ix-t Bonded
:sendee he achieved the rank of all Jour howling 'J1HC14.MANAGING! x .
Edward Watkins,
:Specialist 4th Class as Chaplain'sAssistant I Mr. and Mrs. MORE THAN
He returned recently of New York, N. Y., were house AND MAINTAINING
E. D. Cllette. Mrs
of Mrs.
guests
from Korea after overseas duty Is the sister HOUSING UNITS
with an. honorable discharge and a Edwards (Inez Cllette.Vacationing Rogers. ),- 10,000
TVflal for good conduct. Edward.s of Mrs. for
a former graduate of Dorsey Bonded also has FREE employment service
High School, and received his BS. In Miami from WinChester -
Degree from Xavier University in Va Is Mrs. Matthew Davis 4150 NW 7th Ave.
New Orleans In 1958. He Is lookIng (Effie McKlnney), sharing her experiences Bonded's Tenants, at main office,
forward to resuming his teach with family and friends.

ing career In.Miami.. *

e Friends of Mrs. dole D. Sweet
Mrs. Frances Jollivette has re Ing are pleased to know that she u 11 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO SERVE TOO

turned to the city after spending at home after major surgery a'. HOMESTEAD AVB. ,
three weeks vacation in the West. : Jackson Memorial 1163 "'.W. 8rd AVK. ,_ FR 8.8416 17325 "'

The greater portion of her time are hoping for.her speedy. recoveryFriends 1675' N.W. 62nd ST. ?,,,,_ OX I.*.. 1 PHa0 c a.aMI
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was spent in Denver MOl GRAND AVE. ...,,,.,. in 61851 .
where she attended the National are hoping for Mrs low ? n. Lauderdale ,A 4 x67
Education Association Convention.In I Johnson who has been ill, a speedy fill.
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that city she was the house- i recovery
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for two w Mrs. Hilda Blackshear. formerly! residents of New York City
.of the Agency Force of the Central MAIN OFFICE
Life Insurance Company Is visit PL 98733j
ing the city after an absence of 4150 N.W. 7th Ave.
six years. Accompanying her is Times' Ada Pajr: Off! .,_1tt -.
her daiihter. Mrs. Muriel K. Wat-
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