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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: August 4, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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39TH YEAR, No! 49 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1942 16 PAGES TEN CEI
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I Millionaire Pays $25,000', ATA Moore' President Elected JFK Says Albany Offi i



Ransom For Cuban NegroThousands (At the final meeting Satur- ,

... d4y of of the the 59th American annual Teachers'convention Should Talk It Over

of Cuban refugees Beach Association at Northwestern '.
cheered and wept Sunday at Jorges Govin Throckmorton High School, school systems Thlrty-nine Negroes were ar their rights. -
Miami International: Airport as 34, was ransomed for $50,000 paid that have worked toward desegregation rested In Albany, Ga., on Tues "The United Stat's". f"VI *
and Southern students day and five more' on 'Wednesday ment is Involved in
as three Pigs Bay invasion prisoners by his father, Rafael, former I
stepped from their Havana owner of a Havana dally news. who have done sa "In :for demonstrations against down at Geneva with ,Soviet--' .-.'"
.to-Mlaml flight. They were paper. His parents and two their non-violent methods were racial segregation. Union. I can't understand why
freed by Fidel Castro for brothers" live In Miami I praised In resolutions. During the day 15 teenagers 'the government of Albany .
$175,000 ransom. attempted to enter the white cannot do the same for American .
Williams whose lives
family "
citizens.
but
municipal library were re
in Havana, will In Miamiat
Nestor Fitzgerald Williams, stay fused admission. They droppedon About 300 persons have been
the home of Mrs. Rina Rodriguez
21 ''a Negro, was released for of 1620 SW First St Mrs., their knees and sang and jailed. during the past few
$25,000 that was put up by Wil husband prayed. Twenty-one persons weeks and the city i I. seeking a
liam D. Pawley Miami mil RodrIquez' was captured taken into the
with Williams were custody by permanent injunction which
In the Invasion.
lionaire, former U.. S, ambassa
police. would forbid demonstrations by
She said Williams
and
dor1 to Brazil and Peru and until Pawley The arrested that night the Albany Movement.
"have
the been friends for a long group
Miami
of
recently owner
time." met at at Shlloh Baptist Church
Transit Co. SHERIFF ATTACKS NEGRO
The trio showed physical ef rode In cars to City Hall, and
F Fttbio Freyre Agullero, 42, was fects of their 15 months of suf. knelt In prayer near the steps. ATTORNEY
released on a ransom of $100 fering and told of hunger, sickness Five minutes later a policemen Attorney C. B. King wall
000, paid by his wealthy broth. and horror In the prisonsof approached the woman leader struck over the head Saturday
er-in-law. J. J. Azqueta of Venezuela Communist Cuba. They are and said, "Anyone here who afternoon by 70-year-old Sheriff
% He said he will loin his deeply concerned about the fate wants to leave can do so now D. C. Campbell, when the Ne.
wife and eight children I of those they left behind. without being arrested. Other. gro lawyer went to see about a:
wise you will go to Jail." prisoner. King suffered a two-
1)r L. H. Pitts, retiring ATA The 18 Negroes stood, but did t Inch scalp wound and was/ hospitalized
president turned the gavel over, Officers led them to after
not budge overnight takin"eight
Key West To Integrate 30 to Dr., Richard V, Moore, 19G2- City Hall and booked their ar stitches.
; 63 president elect.
rests.
I .. Pro Moore Is president of Be- Campbell said that King l ignored '
KENNEDY PROPOSES TALKS repeated 'orders to wait:
thune-Cookman
FBI College, Daytona -
To Check Denials Beach. Other officers President Kennedy promisedIn outside the office. "Then L
elected were: Dr. J: R.-Picott, Washington Thursday at his grabbed a stick and hit him. "
Monroe County's white schools executive secretary of Virginia II news conference to "do everything On a TV show Sunday, Dr.;.
will admit 30 Negro pupils when Teachers Association, vice In our power to protect William G. Anderson, president.
they reopen on August 25. president; and Dr. Walter Rid the constitutional rights of all of the Albany Movement, call'
School Supt. Horace Q' ryant ley, president of Elizabeth State the people." ed on President Kennedy to
said Wednesday that about Mothers Teachers College N.C., treasurer "Let me say that I find It "make a firm statement on tho
were denied admission. George Jones was re-elected wholly Inexplicable why the situation. He was released on
They will get, a chance to appeal es executive secretary. City of Albany will not sit down $200 bond Saturday and spoke
his decision at 8' special While a section of the reso with the citizens of Albany: who I In place of Dr. Martin Luther
School Board meeting August lution made favorable 'mentionof may, ,be Negroes and,attempt to King who chose to remain in
13. It Is expected. that Justice the Integration procedure In secure;: -them,?ty A:. f'tQt'wa.Y'.j jail. -
Department. officials from Dade County, another section
Washington, who have been specified that ATA. notified of the ruling, will make I school system was moving as
a trip to Key West next week. fast as It should. r ,
Monroe County was threaten The membership of ATA la
ed with a federal suit, in May approximately: 40,000. About COO
by the Justice Department, but representing 23 states' attendedthe
the suit was held up when the Miami confab.
board offered its -- M
v vto try ,own a,4
plan. I I Almost :half the school population n4

I Appr6xlmateiy 090 Negro students is made up of Navy child.
and about 40 Navy dependents I I ren. The federal > (tgovernment''
: are in the county. financed nearly half of the

i I fphool program.
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Miss Myrtle Alice Worthy of ." I Building, before Judge David W,
Boston, on hunger strike In The trial of the famous Baltimore Dyer.
I protest against Indictment of Afro-American newspaper I If her strength permits, Miss
brother. William Worthy for reporter Is scheduled for : Wprthy will accompany her

entering- .Jhe U. S, his native I Tuesday, Aug. 7, 10 a.m., North brother here to the trial. 1" ". i,. {


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f.; C _) 'a, Studio M 'Playhouse productionof The play did a four week
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r "The Miracle Worker" were stand at Studio M In Coral .
f.i I Wendell Graham who played Gables before Its closing perfor
i P Md I Percy, Doreen Bernhardt as the mance before 1,700 patrons at;
I. blind 'girl. Helen Keller,' and the Fontalnebleau Hotel on Mi
Cleo JollIvette who portrayed ami Beach Monday night -
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... 1 ICY 4 w! 7, 1 g .' y"i I I Martha Mrs Dorothy Graham photo by Ray:'Fisher, :, ,
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A Negro undercover agent cy charge
who worked his way into a Seven of the men, two of themfrom I
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Smith Mr. I M"r. Jackson Dr. Davis of the In the Miami, were found guilty
Members of the board of directors Mr Berry. president toughest operations
II of the Greater Miami Seated: Mre. Ward Dr. Ward, Greater Miami Urban state illicit liquor war Wednesday Illegal of operating a statewide Federal .
S. Urban League entertained their Mrs. Maude Reid, Whitney League; Karl Bishopric, past James A. Taylor of the U.s. Judge whiskey David Dyer ring.with
national president Dr. Whitney Young Jr., executive' director president; Mrs. Lillian tialilou, Treasury Department's alcoholtax held sentencing until Aug. 10.,
Yoang, at the home of Dr. and National Urban League; Mrs. president Urban League Guild; unit travelled up and down
MBfc I. P. Davis last week Davidson, Mr. Reid, Mrs. Wil Mr. Wheatley, vocational services > the state buying and selling Illegal Mlamlans convicted were Jim-
wife Dr. Young attended the liams. ; Mr Morrison, Mrs. Jane whiskey with the moon mle Lee Howard and Marvin
Antrlcan Teachers Association Standing: Mr. Davidson, Mrs. Lee Eddy, executive secretary, shiners Leroy Curry Another Mlambn1
mating here.Reading Smith, Mrs. Davis, Dr. Monro Taconic Foundation In New Ills undercover work result. Bobble Lee Davis, leadedguilty
from left to right I dean of Harvard College, Harvard York City; Dr Bass and Dr. ed In the arrest of 11 men both at the outset of the two-
seated on the floor Mr. Huger, University; Mrs. Daniels, I Hawkins White and Negro, on consplra- and-a.half day trial.





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League Chief Urges "
I SATURDAJY, AUGUST 4, 1962 PAGE 3


Teacher Youth 'ProjectDevelopment .., Defense Michigan Missile Harvard Dean Says. .

of a South-wide

project to encourage and moti Free Chest X-Rays DETROIT (ANP) Na- Young White Teachers Would
1961
vate Negro students toward thaniel Stringer Tuskegee

greater achievement, be undertaken Institute electrical graduate is
Jointly Vy the American In Liberty; City director of missiles for the Welcome Mixed Schools
Teachers Association and State of Michigan. I

the National Urban League was Chest x-rays will be availableat Stringer, employed by the I An outstanding educator said Using the success of the
urged here Wednesday,by Whitney the following locations this
York United States Army, directs here last Friday he was positive Peace Corps as an example he
M. Young, of New ,
NUL executive JXL director.In : week for all Dade County residents eight supervisors and a team of I many young white teachers said he believes America's college -
18 years of age and over. 80 employes The chief responsibility fresh from the nation's top universities graduates would respond
an address at .the 59th annual of this corps is to guard II would Ife willing to with equal enthusiasm to a
Conference of the ATA, Mr. The Christmas Seal Mobile Michigan against a nuclear at work in Southern Negro schoolsIf challenge right here at home! ;
recommended X-ray Unit of the Dade County tack. they were asked.
that
Young as an
Tuberculosis and Health Association "If you're going to strengthen
initial step a small fanning will be located Thursdayand Dr. ,John U. Monro, dean of the Negro schools' he said
committee representing organizations Harvard University's under. "it seems Important some ,
I Friday, August,2nd and 3rd
be formed .ferid convened White Editor Head
to
at Grandway Discount Center, graduate college said such desegregation -I how to get their facilities Involved
at an early date, to shape of faculties would in competition with the
1100 NW 54th St. Hours for both
and the Chicago Defender I
project.implement suggested days will be 10 a.m.-l p.m. and 2p.m.5 help uo two major jobs. mainstream of"teachers throughout
Stimulate teachers in the nation.
p.m.Monday Negro
CHICAGO
"The Urban League wishes to (ANP) Ap- efforts to raise their own pro TAT's four-day concllve end-
develop a close cooperative relationship August 6 the Unit polntment of Ben Burns as editoiMnchief fessional standards through In- ed Saturday with election of
with your organization will be located at Sugar Hill of the Chicago Defender dividual study and in-service officers and( action on proposed
Apartment, NW 71st St. at 14th one of two daily Negro resolutions
as we work together to Inspire training.
in the U. S.
newspapers
Ave. from 1 p.m-4 and 5 w as
p.m.
and develop our most precious Insure equal educational
appointed by John H. Sengstacke opportunities
p.m.-8 p.m. Tuesday, August 7
resources our youth. for
despite
editor and publisher. Negro youth -
Mri: Young told the assembled at Blvlns Cleaners, 6848 NW the continued segregationof ANDREWS' JEWELERS
teachers.He 15th Ave. from 1 p.m.-4 p.m. Burns will (assume his new schools resulting from rest! EXPERT WATCH AND
md 5-8
p.m. Wednesday, August post with the Defender on denUnl'scRrcgaUon.
stressed that the Negro 3 at Bonded Collection Office, August 1. He previously servedas CLOCK IIKPAII18
the 59th
teacher and the Negro student 1675 NW 62nd St. Thursday, national editor of the Defender Monro convention addressed of the American an. 40 Team in Business
"stand today at their greatest \ugust 8 at the Food Fair Store and nual
formerly
was executive
Teachers Association, a national All work guaranteed
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hour, and added 1055 NW 62nd St Friday Aug. editor of four magazinesin
10 the location will be at Roosevelt the Johnson publishing professional organizationfor FP. 3.0152
"We have witnessed the Negro teachers, at Northwestern
courage
Park Sundry, 2790 NW chain Ebony, Jet, Negro Digest 303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
and determination of those High School last week.
16th St. Hours for the three and Tan I
young people who have been In above days will be 10 a.nvl
the forefront of the student p.m. and 2 p.m.p.m.. The new edltor-ln-chlcf of the
demonstration. We have every 58-year-old newspaper has re
reason to expect this same kind signed as executive vice presi
of courage and determinationcan Store Robbers Get dent of the public relations firm
be channeled Into preparation of Cooper, Burns and Colin to
for 'equality of competition. assume editorial direction of .
Ten
Years the Defender. I

The Negro teacher, he declared Nathaniel Brown, 37, of 5300 Plans for a major revampingof
is "the one who holds the'
the Defender, including six
NW 26th St., and Joseph Know- I M
key.
day.week publication and two
ling, 29 of 6201 NW
17th Ave. editions dally, were announcedby
tial"Development of Negro of the depends.poten ina were convicted last; Wednesday Sengstacke along with appointment
youth
In Criminal of Burns. The Defender
Court of robbing
large degree on the amount of
motivation and 'stimulation he Mack's Grovery, 3023 NW 62nd now publishes a special 1 1 9
receives in his formative years" St., last March 17. They were edition including a
said Mr. Young. sent to prison for 10 years. weekend edition five days a
week. $
The new changes are
"Sandards cannot Abe relaxed. scheduled early in Fall "FREE DELIVERY DRUG

They must be raised. Besides a Murderer Gets 5
more thorough acquisition of the Drive Carefully!
three R's, the basic prerequisites
Criminal Court Judge Gene UAIIOLD JOLL1VKTTU. wTil'
for youth of today are an Williams sentenced Samuel
ability to think logically and a Mathis, 45, to five- years In
flexibility to accept changes. state prison Wednesday for the
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The time to begin la now. killing of David Alexander last

The NUL director warned that June 3.Mathls.

until the Negro citizens can who lived at 1512
have equal opportunity for entrance Thomas .Ave., Coconut Grove,
jobs In all types of employment stabbed Alexander, 36 of Florida I. penSuNday
for available middle- Ave. He pleaded guilty to manslaughter
income housing and equitable .
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facing a situation which Dr.
James B. Conant has called
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4 SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1962 ')0 &JL'. a month profit of of June and a pref1t.of! the Windy City 8n $Wed: "
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Bowie, 01, editor* of the East} Bt.: In Hew York Heath took an mite of newspaper Pub1Iclhi, or
Louis,Beacon was foUnd.deadat outstanding composer of popu photo in the digests r ptU4the
-- 'the>teerW wheel W )his fear Jar music In the person .ofMaceo Capitol Theatre fiirett 't 'dij
Main omte at CUll X.W. 3th Armae Phone OX 1.0421 harked) ,w front of he ttnlohNatt Pinkhard. Among his thr WeeUv iftoWbmetcb IDt1\
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) 1\aI the well known" Tneatreadvertiser .to 'teg\UU\
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\UTII C. REEVES, jklanitcUiK Editor in New Arley l&year-oh) "
white boy jumped Iritd a pond Leon Walton Young a former: ,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES to save a and succeeded member of the Bahamas Housl JOiMTOOAY i
WE TEAR $S.ta SIX MONTHS p.001UIU..tON fO.OO m doing so, but, unfor of I Assembly and Well khbwii ,
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(Entered as Second Class Matter, August 0, I9fft, at the,Post Officeat Uncle Sam has added 600 fife Sportsmid Barber,Shop, vacatlohed -
)Miami Florida, under the att of Starch 8, 1876 Federal Tax aavnts' to the 'start Ihljifcago\ last week.
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who will track tieottje who fall His sister, Patricia Robinson
J "CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" to file tax: : returns. The Intern joined him over the weekend.
THE NEGRO PRESS believes that America con best lead the world al Revenue Service estimatesthat Smltty Is due back by time this
from racial and national antagonisms when it accords to every man the number of persons who I Is Inked Mrs. Emma
regardless of races rotor or creed, his human a-d legal righto. Hating fall to file required returns, Ward, wife of Shaddie, the
no man, fearing no man-the Negro Press striven to help every man through Ignorance or design, i _! _ ___.r- yJ
In the firm belief that all men are hurt M long a* anyone la held probably do hot exceed one percent u U

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MIGRANT LABOR Many Americans might be
I going hungry, but according to

An order from the United States Government bars' reports Cuban free Federal refugees government are receiving --

Florida farmers ,f r o mi importing migrant foreign surplus food and dumping l )
labor until they have exhausted all possibilities to hire it. The Salvation Army Is said
to be salvaging some of the W.
.American ]labor. food Cubahs throw away

The.Bahamas is the chief source from which migrant i
workers come. Last year the number from the Bahamas' Raul Albert M'o-r\t1ik' }, a Cuban
other West Indian islands reduced. Planners have"been employed as a clerk In the Cu.
:and was ban Refugee Center at a salaryof
hoping the government would relax that. order this $300 month was arrested_on a 4d'P"
:Year. They foreseeJabor troubles if it is not relaxed. charge of okaying and drawing
welfare check Of $100 a month.
This year there is an increase of 100,000 acres in His case was turned 'over to the
!sugar cane alone. This they ,say will require 2,500 to grand! jury and he was freed
:30( 000 more workers than were used last year In Florida. on a $5,000 bond.

The director of the Department of Labor, Frank Metro buses not only keep j I
Johnson gives the reason for the order as the low' pay running, but they are making a ZkE

and being forced to hang around the camps until needed made profit.to the The commission financial by report bus

without earning anything for days and, even<< weeks.It manager Octavlo Ceuevas shows

seems to us that migrant workers coming to Florida
should be under contract and receive wages of some kindat Cox's Kindergarten Is happyto I Standing: Jimmy Randall,
Miss Youth Citizen for the first time Woodard Alfonzo Wesley
sponsor a Larry ,
least from the arrive whether
day they at theyare
camp, Summer Swimming Clinic at the. Helena Paraza, Bernard
actually employed or not. To have them come on their ContestantsThe Dixie Park Pool, NW 13th St. Cousin, Robert Lockhart, Debra/
own and just hang around until something turns {upseems and '4th Ave fOr preschool Bently, Larry Frazier, Keith
children. Sweeting and Ann Green
unfair. annual program by the These children are learningto Our second six weeks course
"Youth of Today, Citizens of swim under the Instructionof begins Monday, August 61
Tomorrow Organization" will Theodore Burrows and his These boys and girls!!! have!
JAMAICA GETS INDEPENDENCE be held at Mt. Olivette Church, coworker Johnny Tellis. shown their appreciation of
August 26. The program Is The following I I named persons program by their.. eagerness to
Jamaica, a British.dependency in the West Indies, will mainly to announce the differ. have Just completed the first six I learn, and by the cooperative
ent contributions of the
organization week in they've Worked
course, from left to right: way which
become an independent nation on Monday, August 6. to the community and to in pool Is Valerie Robinson. : with their Instructors. We, are
Princess Margaret will represent the Queen at the independence award three young ladles for Harrison Parham Jr., Willard happy to that some have
celebration and will open the first Parliament! their contributions outstanding achievementsand through the Johnny Bailey Sitting Seabrooks: Michael White, learned to glide( float, swim attd
Renatta
of ,the new state on ,August 7. year. Floyd, Maria Mitchell, Hosea Registration is. holy 'in- progress
Full argreement was reached between the British and _t- wOo' ..r'C ,.._. _,...._ :Sheppard. Samuel Holts Anthony for the fall school term.
Koley, Curtis Hinson, For infbrmatloh. call FR 1-8488
Jamaican
delegations at a conference' in London in Feb.
Mrs. W.
Hermon Fluett, Keith Hylor or OX 11834. Mr. and
ruairy, 1962 on the date for independence and on :.the Gwendolyn Anderson. O. Cox, owner and supervisor.
form and content of the independence constitution. The

Jamiaidatns asked to be accepted a Member of the Com- k

monwdalth, and British representatives willingly votedto DOLPHIN MOTEL & CLUB

support,their application.
JEKYLL ISLAND GEORGIAAmerica's
Jamaica :has, a ell- stab1ished_ two-patty system of ,

parliamentary jrovernment. t. It became internally self- Year Round Sepia Playground
poVerninpr in 1959, and has since, been largely,responsible
for;.Its Awn affairs. Universal. adult suffrage, was intro- Conventions -Club Groups Families always welcome

duced in '1941. .I- tf: *: r J Private 'Beach Cocktail Lounge Beautiful Rooms

''f/With independence, the new constitution will:provide' '
For a Terriffic Vacation Call Mr*. A. Robinson, Mgr.
legislature with Senate of 21
for a bicameral a members ,
and a House of Representatives comprising 45 elected I NEptune 5-2273 or NEptune 5-9986 in Jekyll ItlandLorefs !
members. '

The two main political parties are the Jamaica Labor -

Party (JLPK l led by the Premier. Sir Alexander' Bus- un---1
tamante. and the People's National Party (PNP) led } CELIA LAWKKNCBANTOINETTE '
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by Norman'Manlev. The JTP defeated"the JNP.. in the last Beauty

general election |April this year.

Jamaica has an arena of 4.411 square miles and a
population of 1.63Rnoo, It is 665 miles east of British NOW OPEN

Honduras and 90 miles south of Cuba. The majority of ?

the rtpople are of Afrirl" or mixed descent..and there I h a fiF __ t 4606 NW 7th Avenue

sizable community of East Indians as well as Chinese, ',
Europeans and others. All live and work together in har. 4$ Phone 758-6061

mony.A FEATURINGBERNICE
loner -RfawrUnw' r roMi m of 'th* territory has been s '..

the !-)-oe number. of the nnAnvnlov and nnderemnloved. .. BROWN
While hU >?" no"n rarHiHv alleviated hv emigration

economic dewlnprrpnt RIM** hp Second World War have One of Florida's leading hair stylist and
done much to chanire conditions.In .
1Jfi1 .the errtorta of .TarrtMfft were as follows: designers. Specializing in all phases of

Sn 520.000. Tf. J iR the world T*,Ycwa:: producer of hAuxite. A
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pumhpr of Industries and factories are' in operation And w wig cleaning and arrangementsWe

the fnnrM trAde ha continued to Increase. --...- "I carry a Complete Line of Fashion Wigs
Marked improvement* have been made in the fields Imported and
C. WOODS domestic human hair wig
of edurtotion.:: health hou in.r and community develop-
The three young ladles seekIng Also synthetic wigs
from British
allocation
menfr. JamMe has been assisted hv i the title of Miss Youth C1U-
Colonial Development Corporation.: rontrfhuHons in zen are Antoinette C. Woods 14,

financial and technical aai for International Development and from Canada. I
Agency All girls are students at B. T.
But self-help has'. played an important role. : Washington High School I Try ;A Miami Times Classified Ad"PACE





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Eri .undMiami BROWARD r rGOUNTY family dropped In Tuesday evening League closed out last Thursday
Ar a on Mr and Mrs. Walter night with the Clover Leaf
in first plafe;
Bowe at their West Hollywoodhome Sports Shop
.,.,' ).i;. : I':, They: reported an .enjoyable Bradford Cleaners, secondrQt4rFood
': stay. They returned home third; Bunche Drugs,
By DAVE BONDUOUR ''':' this week. fourth; The Unknowns, fifth;
; NEWS WMMMMMW M MMM* +. and Bowe'SL Barber, Shop sixth
,.. The Freeway<<* andicap.iJJJa1JJJJ.1JiJJJ I place. i
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GItfaATEST respect goes :sown and give It to the needy 117 WALTER UOWU '* iJJi1JJiJJJ1JJ1iJiJJiJ lJJ JJJi
to Rev:'Martin: Luther King for I I Jegro families as well as the

his great fights'foy'.the rights of ,- seedy' Whit.ones l:". Insteadf 11 i Personal Mention I
having it turn In garbage -
up Ranches Chamber'
his people He is'n! jail In Atlanta '.ans, You think that one aver! The Carver Mon
: will meet
for what'we all believe in. of Commerce
Here in Miami,.,Father Theo; day, August 7 at 8:30: p.m. All I /....kJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJitiiJJiiJ JJJJJJJJJJMrs.

dore Glbspn, along with the HAMPTON1 HOUSE owner, members, please be present. I Barbara Rolle Burrows, Douglas returned to New YorH
NAACP, and another,, strong larry Markowitz, is in Los Angeles
mother and
Mrs. Irene Rolle, four
tho The South Broward Post No. on Monday after spending
organization California, attending
headed ,
CORES by ,
Convention. 8195, VFW will meet Sunday, .er two daughters, Kim and weeks with their parents and
A. D. Moore and Dr. J. O. wuional Insurance 'I Lisa, recently returned home
Brown and Attorney G. E. Ie is "selling' Miami and his August 6 from 6 to 8 p.m. at after vacationing for two weeksin grand 'parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Graves for NAACP, are our famous Hampton House to the the Chamber of Commerce Brooklyn. While there they Chris Wareham and other rela
fighters. Whether we find that Delegates. He has proven that if Building. Members are urged to were the house guests of Mr. tives.
our rights are being Infringed IOU want business you got to be present. and Mrs. Eunice Thomas. Mr.
upon, these are the men who go out and get it. WheQtt comes Thomas is a plumbing contractor William Elizabeth Van
come forth In our behalf. .o advertising, the- Hampton George Watts, an old class
!in Brooklyn.Mr. Dyke of New Yorx visited their
I
House he's no piker. This week mate back on 1935, is in Miami
Right, now, on Biscayne Boulevard the Hompton House is'playing. from I Philadelphia visiting his mother and mother-in-law, Mrs.
at 8th St. the new Mad host to the Royal Order of Tents l aunt, Miss Louise Ross of 7635 and Itir William Littles Rowena Plnder of Key West
Hat Club has opened its doors from Norfolk, Va., plus; there.l NW 21st Ave, Mr. Watts and have returned from a flve tp Negroes and because ,of the !Is' always entertainment sixnights ...,.. visit to Nassau, Bahamas where They departed on the Champion
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Wednesday Mrs.
presence of Negroes, there, are ,a week., they were guests at the Emerald a.m.
as many as six motorcycle policemen \ Johnson of Leonard's Bakery Beach Hotel. It was Mr. finder and daughter, Frances
milling around the 1655 NW 3rd Ave. have closettheir Littles first visit and like so Palmer, came up from Key Westto
door to scare the people away, CLYDE Is boaUnjC a'new act shop for a month or so. many others he was charmed see them off
yet across the street is a Cuban at the Knight Beat. They are They will re-open after Labor with Nassau and the hospital!
club and there, are no police- George and Peaches, formerly of Day. Leonard is one of the fin. ty of Bahamians he met Mr. and Mrs. James McKinneyof :
men to, be seen there. the Larry Steele Show. This est bakers in the entire state of Plainfield, New Jersey en-
week the Coasters will headline Florida and is assisted by his After a delightful stay in route to Nassau, Haiti and Jamaica -
What kind of country do we ( the show,.along,with Frank cashier-wife, Mae. I will let you Henderson, N. C. Miss Maud were the weekend guestsof
live' in, where Americans' are DuBois now known as know when they are open again. Ellison, 3144 NW 69th St., re- Miss Jessie Twine, at' the
denied the right to, freedom of "Raw Deal DuBolse." They' really needed a vacation, turned home on Saturday 'home of her brother Richard
choice of their entertainmentand f Twine at 577 NW 13th St. The
for they both work real hard to
other rights? When ,people The,Glass has joined hands with Mrs. Julita Pompey and three McKinnevs and Twines are natives -
give you the kind of baking I
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from other countries Radio Station and the
can WMBM
go any like. children, Yvonne, Pat and of St. Augustine
place they please without being t Western Union Company, \ The you I
harrassed? Are we pigs?' Are amateur show will be aired on
we just something that was Tuesday night over WMBM .and TilE UGA National Tourna '
placed on earth to be used as if you want to send;.a telegram, ment starts August 19 in Memphis TV HOME SERVICE CALLS $1 50
home other folk' see fit? No, we Western Union has1 a sub, 'station Tenn. All you golfers get PL 18381JRADIO .
couldn't be, because we have : right there.,Next week, ready. This tournament lasts '
men who have been and are a Hank Ballard and the' Midnight- until August 23 and next year, I', ,REPAIR SALES TRADE-IN
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credit to our country ,because ers will cover the: stage of the.. at'this time,, the Par and Birdie FREE DELIVERY AND PICK UP
they were given the chance to Glass's club. '*> Club of Miami will play host to Written guarantee on all our work
be. Men like George Washington them. Ernest 'Hayes, Steve MoElmurray
Bales on Payment Plan, Without Finance Charges
Carver, Booker T. Wash. Robert Jim, any
Jackson
ington, Dr. Ralph Bunche, Rev. LULA Baker's, the popular. barmaidat my Jones, Yours Truly, Robert," KNOW YOUR TV MAN AND SAVE MORE
Famous Corner, has
Robinson Martin Luther King, Jackie been working behind that bar Seldon and a few others are" JOE SCOTT
Joe
Louis
Adam I
Clayton Powell and many oth for the, past three years,, and planning to go from Miami. Authorized factory TV repair and Hales
is planning a vacation in Jamai
ers. ca. The only thing, she hasn'tj THAT'H IT for this week. Till 923 N.W. 62nd Street > PL 1.8381

It hurts to know that each decided when she, wants to go.' the next one live life,
time a door is opened to us, we every golden minute of it
are intimidated to the point j MIL AND MIW. Leonard PEACE! U
where we will not: stand our .
ground and say that we will not
run, and that we want to be J Ladies WantedTO
treated as individuals and hu !
man ;beIngs. Run, and you MIAMI'S NEWEST CLUB

catch he somebody hell. Stand) together and ATTEND THE LADIES


', With the help of Father
Gibson and the NAACP; A. 'D. BOWLING CLINICAT
,Moore, CORE and others who' THE MAD HATBoulevard
Ptand on their rights, things
are gonna be better.. The day FABULOUSBunche
has come when we have to hold
our heads up and walk with
pride. The Negro has come a & NI 8th St. Lanes
long way and have done more
than any other race toward better *
relationships because we
had so far to come from in sucha I PRESENTS AN
short time, but there will 2282 Bunche Park West Drive
come a day when we'll all sing .
"God Bless America" andreally OPA-LOCKA'
mean it. ALL-STAR REVUE

I Ladies, learn to bowl FREE

PRETTY GIRL of the Week:: .
TUESDAY .
NITES 8.00 0:30 P.M.
Ruby Young Pretty Boy of 3 SHOWS NITELY I -
Lomelo THURSDAY NITES .
the Week: johnny 0tOO 9i30 P.M.
Man About Town: Attorney G.
El Graves Happy Couple of ,"" 10:30-12:30-2:30 FREE NURSERYBRING
the Week: Mr. and Mrs. benny
O'Berry.I 1i M C M THE CHILDREN

/ JFREE INSTRUCTIONSFREE
READ in the paper where ALEX STEPHENSAND
the Cuban Refugees are throw 1 BOWLING SHOES
ing away the food that they do
not like that isgiven to them. HIS BAND FREE BOWLING
We have Negroes who cannot

get Jobs, cannot get relief, who FREE COFFEE AND DONUTS
could and would be happy to Hot 'PaPa Turner and His Family ,
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have this food. Why not take
AJI Bowler. are Eligible For
the surplus food that they turn and Lewis
Rose Philips ,Jerry
SILVER DOLLAR
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IN COCONUTs *I' '.' Monday Mid Tuesday' Aug. 6 and 7 9-11 p.m.

GROVE OPEN 7 NITES:\=: DANCING Drawing will take place Wednesday night, Aug. 8

'. ''It ," YOU MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN
M1
! :: For Sale or Rent No Cover .-'No Minimum EVERY WEDNESDAY


...F f With Option to Buy Table FREE DATE NITE .

'.. 2-Bedroom House LOW BEVERAGE POLICY Pay for your bowling Date bowls FREE

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; tile bath EVERY THURSDAY
Wood floor, ....

Landscaped Lou Gale, Manager f CANDLE LIGHT PARTY

I Scotch Doublet $1.00 Ca h award.
for inspection per person--
Open
i 3341 Florida >>tee Dave Bondu, Maitre'dPhone : Junior Clinic Starts Aug. 11, 10t30 a.m.

:. I Bowl for fun Meet your friend

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NEVER CLOSED Prices Good thru August4th Welter's AG Store OnlyLykes
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Picnics Ih 29 FIRST CUTPork Chops 'Ib 390


MORRELLH CENTER CUTPork

Shank lb 35* Chops Ib 5ge
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Bar-B-Q Chickens 690
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Chicken Wings lb 290 Economy Bacon lb 390

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PeachesHalves I MAXWELL HOUSElgCOFFEE Franks 491

300 HUNTS
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5 for,"$I.OO lib 39
"" Fruit Cocktail
SWEET 3 LBS WITH$5.00 ORDER i .
Potatoes 291 54 OZ.MARTI 5 for $1.00
N GIANT 5 FOR
LARGEWatermelons Stuffed Olives -Peas $1.00

25* GIANT
490Pure Corn 6forl
12 OZ.
30"OZ.HUNT'STomatoJJJuice
Lard Hormel Spam 450 ,
31bs 49C .I 2 if no* d9Cw
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA North DadeRecreation

SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1962 PAGE 7LOOKING t Center Kroll Nips Charlie Sifford

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1-The Adult Basketball League
into the last week of play For Canadian Title

THE with one undefeated team remaining -
in the league. That
team is the Knights of Liberty LAVAL-SUR-LE-LAC, Que. pion Charlie Slfford by: two

City. The Knights defeated the Ted Kroll, a consistent money I[ Strokes to win the 53rd Cana--
SPORTS WORLD OVER Cannons of Liberty City by a ;
I score of 87 to 81. Albert Stirrupwas earner but winless for the past dian Open golf championship
the high scorer again witha six years, edged Negro Cham I Sunday with a 72-hole score of

By LEO B. ARMBRISTER total of 31 points. However, 278.The
these were scored In a losing 42-year-old Purple Heart
cause as James Mitchell led the die Brown, 2; Edward Reed 3. veteran started the day all
oOaCQ a1D1aOOOOGooGQ U OO 'C winners with 25 points and even with Slfford. But Sifford
Keller and Boyd each scored 16 TABLE. TENNIS: Alonzo made the turn In one under
Par & Birdie points. Sands 1; Denise Wilcox 2; E. while Kroll fell three shots back
Host To I Nesbitt 3. before making his belated
The league standings are as charge for the win, worth $4-
follows: The students leaders will travel 300. Sifford got $3,000.

won lost to Crandon Park on Thurs
State In Golf TourneyFIVE Knights games 6 0 0 day, Aug. 2 for a well deserved
Cannons 6 lS 1 outing. I Medicines dispensed at low
.. Vikings 0 5 1 cost
DOZEN 183. N. Dade Booster 6 3 3 The center Is conducting a
Untouchables 6 2 4 tennis clinic from July 31 to Blood, urine tests for health
FOURTH FLITE: Dr. J. Lind. Rancheros 6 2 4 Aug. 10 Ten Ubys have taken I and marriageDR.
WENT OUT FOR sey 187; John Stewart 188; Earl Hustlers 6 1 5 advantage of this opportunity to
Cave 194; Thomas (Sonny) All Stars 6 0 6 Improve their game. All basic LONG'S CLINICA
CASH PRIZESThe Armbrister 194. fundamentals will be covered.
SENIOR FLITE: Addison Durr The best, four teams In the The clinic Is being held at General' Health Service
156; Ted Llttlejohn 162; 0. J. league will enter the playoff Manor Park tennis courts and Non-surgical treatment of Rupture -
Par and Birdie Club won Edwards 179.WOM14N tournament which will start on the hours are from 9:30: to 12 Rectal Diseases" Varicose
much favorable acclaim for its FLITE: August 8. Come out and enjoy each day
Mayme Bon- I Veins, Prostate, Arthritis, Re
hosting of the first State Open du 177; Maxine, Meaks 189; Grace good basketball.The I ducing.
Golf Tournament at the Miami
Maxwell 214.
results of the Friday Parking In rearFR
Springs and
course, Monday
Tuesday, July 2324. tournament are as follows. MIAMI TIMES ADS 3-2748 Ree. HI 8.0194
HUMMER BOWLING KEEP ARCHERY: Joseph Dames, 1; 1545 N.W. 1st StreetBARfflEY'S
Even though this initial effort INTEREST HIGH Jerry Waldon 2; Sanford Brad- DON'T COST THEY PAY
did not bring the great multi- shaw 3.CHECIERS.
Bowling} although not making
tude that was so finlcally pre- the big flourish it makes during : Nathaniel Bell 1;
paired for, those sixty who( the winter months, is still Robert ,Henderson, 2; Freddie
braved the burning and the producing -
sun a very'active Brown 3.MILL CUT-RATE STORE
deceptive handicaps of the well especially for those summer who in- Timmle Wells, 1; Fred-
planned Springs course enjoyed tend to be in
top shape to
parti-
themselves no end. cipate in all of the major winter "THE FRIENDLY STORK WITH THE WARM: WELCOME"

There-Is no doubt that the impression tournaments- some of the two hundred plus 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4.2376
taken back to the far Interest has spread over the activity when Bessie Rlchberg
reaches of the State will be l: tho entire county a big\ shot in the fashioned a neat 210 white SPRING CLEANING SALE
greatest booster this local aggregation arm In this respect, being the Bettye Maddox was reeling offa
could get in its at- opening several months ago of 236. Ola Phillips joined in the IKm't forget your films
1.00
tempt to consolidate the golfersof the ultra modern Bunche Lanes spree with 210. Deluxe NndlnolaInrenne I'olnioid and t lctur, <<: roll
this ideally land of fun, that in Opa-locka. Candles Alna Tiwmiull 1.0M
is ours just for being here. The Ml Club Lanes has been Po.Ke.No Bet Hair Goods l And Ribbons
Tournament director, Ernest housing several summer leagues; BIRDS AND BEES ItlcAch and Glow HtralRhU-nlnK Combs 7D<
Hayes rates high plaudits for mix the and scratch bowling MIXED LEAGUE CLOSED Cream 75* combs 70*
the wonderful job he did in on line for those who like SUCCESSFUL BUMMER
overseeing this affair virtually to Itowl and wish to keep their A Variety of Cards for nil Occasion,
without a flaw He in turn was call going into the strike zone The Birds and Bees league Gift of all description Use our layaway
quick to acknowledge the in- with increasing accuracy. Is to be commended for the way A.M. to 10 P.M.JOHN .
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dispcnsible assistance he received The Mi Major Scratch in which it conducted its sum OPEN UAILANI) SUNDAY -
from Dave and hall served well as a mer program 'which closed Wednesday A. McMINN, Owner
du, who served as publicity director up point for most lengue.. night. The keynote of
and tournament com-, the ever popular success to any league is good
mittee. league and averages have skyrocketed attendance and keen competitive -
with keen enthusiasm bowling. This league had
After two days and '36 holes going for the these
cash prizes which attributes and was chaperoned
of arduous competition several high averagers will receive at very well by* the secretary 1000 ACRES & BUILDING LOTS
happy golfers were ready to the end of the league's season. Bessie Richburg.
congregate at the beautiful Currently the five top leaders Reduced Price for
I. Now Sale Special
Hampton Villas and receive the are James Mltchum 178; Frank After a roll off by the Spare on a
rewards for their efforts while Smith 170; Timothy Williams Mates, and the Twisters who limited time only. Make your inquiry now!
well-wishers applauded and 170 Leo dead-locked for first place, the
a ; Armbrister 167; and Will Surprise You I
Price and Term
Our
few dejected among Charles Bridges 100. Twisters winning; the teams fin
them Yours Truly, looked on Open bowling at the MI this ished in this order: FOR RICH and POOR ALIKE
and hoped for the State
. Open past week took a high fling The Twisters, the Spare Mates
next
year. when Joe Summerset got rolling Striker-Tears, the Dots; ''Rbl
Following Is the order of fin- with a 280,, then Oswald Smith letter and the Scatterwaggers.Teams BUILDING LOTS AT :$65 PER LOT AND UP
ish in their respective classification gave the perfect game a try
: with 278, and Ernie Hayes tried and individual trophies
his hand with a 267. will be presented next Wednes-
PROFESSIONALS: King The ladles also took part in day night 'at the Ml Lounge. AiCREAGE' $140 PER ACRE AND UP
Morgan 152; Herbert Brown
155 Louis Jackson: 164; Ira Max
well 165; Willie Bethea 168. I I Price Depending Upon Location
I e I REASONABLE TERMS
CHAMPIONSHIP FLITE Rob
:
ert Seldon 154; Eugene Clap H II N UATHIILOTT, well-known Philadelphia, Highly En
155; James Everett 156; 1 domed and honored with a life membership to the National

Rivers 158.FIRST I Baptist Convention America, Inc., also endowed by many

FLITE: Steve McEl- more large organization such an:
murray 161; Robert Jackson 165; H. T. U. Sunday School Congress
George Jenkins 1C6 B. T. 'Red- ,
; PERFECT SETTING
dick 170. S Grand Lodge of the Elk

i FOR- Organization Function Many State Conventions
SECOND FLITE: Ledis Baker Private Tartlet Afro Home Service League
169; A. H. Wright 169; Al
Mitchell 170; Dr. W. O. Bunch Wedding American Legion, James Reese
172. Luncheon Meetings Europe Post No. 5

THIRD FLITE: NathanielJeff In oil lh. rtiort world, there ,It nothing' that comport SS of Washington, I). C., who purchased$1S,00o.o0
180; Willie Lazier 181; Richard with HAMPTON HOUSE. From Hi "bxwrlouilr' appointed worth of land for home to be built
Seymour 183; James Miller '""ctio i it room to Hi breath-taking tropical' beauty, the .;1! ..* i '. .
.. HAMPTON HOUse .H." you tho Ideal loco). for your no*t .1 RECORDS show hat thousand of parcel of land were sold
poctal event. For leeerrofloiM., Cod tf .1"' '
to people located In 48 state

LOCATION of the land in near nationally known highway
AY HUE NtwfOtfS ftdt 1
midway Plilla. and Atlantic City Hhort distance to

18 large manufacturer, schools, churches, bus sere

vice and chopping center

GOVERNOR of State of New Jersey recently signed bill to
WE WILL BUILD OK YOUR LOT
continue the completion of the turnpike between

Philadelphia and Atlantic City. When completed It

NO CASH REQUIRED will put the location of our land within 33 minute
,
of downtown Philadelphia. and 25 minute to Atlantic *

20 different plan to choose from City, N'J.

\ For information call THE ABOVE OFFER IS FOR A LIMITED TIME
.'. ONLY
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J ..,.. 'r ;.' JOE BURTON 4221 liallandale Blvd. And Subject to Prior Sale
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"" For Additional Information Write to:

,'r, .... --4- :t Highview Homes, Inc. N. RATHBLOTTAramingo

WE MAKE YOUR

PICTURE Hollywood, Fla. --r, Near Carver Ranches and Girard Are, Phila. 25, Pal .
While waitOg1yS1.00
you
; (just..a.t.of Home Federal, Bank) If you call from out of town dial 215 GArfield 51103-
DAVID JEWELERS FilER trip from Philadelphia to locationof

N.W, 3rd Avenue Phone, .Miami WI 5-0661- Hollywood YU 94)113r property by appointmentTHE
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA Al Lockhart PR man for Pet ALWAYS A GREAT NITE
r Milk from New York. Al usedto

PAGE 8 SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1962 Elizabeth be manager Hotel of several the years Mary AT CLYDE KILLENS'KNIGHT

back Another PR man hereis
Mark Hyman from Phllly, BEAT
who used to run home shows
for the Pittsburgh Courier .
Charles Bynum who runs: the
RE55 national campaign -
March of Dimes
is also in town with the TONITE, TOMORROW AND
educators Baby of the
1L.PINDER Day in the Daily News Thurs- SUNDAY, AUGUST 3-4-5
Antl1l day was Lisa Maria Armbrister,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sonny
OX Armbrister of 1785 NW 57th St.
I it's the first time we've seen a
Negro baby make it :Milton
Hardwick former local political
TUB JOB SAUNDKRS STORY fight now all the way. worker, is doing a summer stintas
THIS SHEET on June 30rover'cd Since his release from Jackson a waiter in Baltimore .
Dr. Brewer's storyon Miami News editor,
the Dr. Brewer accepted a Bill Baggs
Hospital
Joe Saunders in one of the teaching post at a California had a real breezy column Mon-
sections of that would be
J most outstanding University. day on problems
any paper "The Editorial" We solved if and when scientists
along with thousands are very develop their pill that would
proud of the step Dr. Brewer IT'S. HOMECOMING for Little make us all one color.
took. We were very glad to Willie John. Not since his last
learn of his new position and appearance at the Harlem
wish for him the best of suc Square has his name been up FOR SALE
on the local marquees. This i
cess.A man of his ability, character weekend at Johnny Lomelo's BARGAIN 1 a
and love for fellowmen, who ATTENTION I
would dare to expose the racial Fever" 3 bedroom home, big lot,
conditions and bias at such an you naven't seen in some time. large enough to build a
Institution, is a good sign of It's slated for Aug. 3, 4, and 5 .
house. Living room, dining
success. with my favorite M.C., Butterball
We Interviewed several per- and the most talked about room, kitchen and bath.
sons at Jackson Hospital and singing team Sam, and Dave. down payments
Only $500 ,
they claim some of the signs You can be assured that this THE COASTERSSellers
denoting racial segregationwere :will be a weekend to be remembered $70 monthly. No brokers,
taken down but that limitations Leon Task at Lib-City no closing costa
and certain restrictionsare Drive In T.l1eatreclaims "The
still In evidence.I Nurenburg Story" on the screen By Owner of 11 Gold: RecordsOf
am wondering how many Friday and Saturday is as goodas 2477 NW 68th ST.
applications for Jackson's nursing the real thing. I a million each record
school have been placed
What about the other technician I HI 8-9979 "Charlie Brown"
schools Dr. Brewer spoke about? AMONG VISITORS In Miami I
I for the ATA convention t "Searching" "Riding Hood"Pius
Are you applying? This is your I were

More
I Many

REV. SHEPHERD 1 SALE! SALE! SALE! Plus an All-Star Show

BOEGATERS' SAYS
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Never before in the) history of Fenster's Dept. Store Admission: Friday and Sunday $1.50
Miami have you heard a man
who speaks the truth like him.
He said that God has sent him 1260 ,NW 62nd Street Saturday 1.75
to deliver a great message to
.
his children. 1;:;;;:; :: :: :: :::: :: :: :::: :: 't-:::;; -t--::
I Announce Their once a YEAR SALE


STORE WIDE CLEARANCEOn TEENAGE: MATINEE

famous name brands of men's, women's and


IY ou'U recognize children's many of clothing the names" on sale Sunday August 5


1 For Fashions and StylesCome 2 to 6 p.m.

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SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1962 PAGE 9jTjjjTjjf
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MIAMI TIMES FLORIDA .--------------- "OOWashington
MIAMI Mrs. Wheatley

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, AUGUST 4.1962I"IIII"I'I',1 Phil Ossofer Says At Girl Scouts Park


,'," ,. .--.W---.vrswr .w. News

In religion the tendency has Roundup By MRS R. CASTELOW

,ALONG FREEDOM'S 1101!) been to accept truth as being Lucille Wheatley, formerly a -
absolute, not relative. By relative member of the professional staff

Ily RUTH TERRY .-- I mean changing (to out of the Girl Scout Council of The civic association held Its
ward appearances) through a regular meeting at the home of
,.',11,-.-"--"-"--"--'-.------.---.-.-.--.-.-.-.-.-.-.--.-.-.-.-,-.-"--"--" "--,-- -,-,-.......+ greater grasp of knowledge. For Dade tional County Girl Scout Is busy Roundup at the Na-in Mr. and Mrs. George Neal, 1535
in 1616 Galileo
example, proclaimed
I hope every reader of the I welcome In this fight." that the earth revolved Vermont, serving as an official NW 162nd Terr. The next meet-

Miami Times read the Editorialof A MATTER OF HUMAN around the sun. Because the hostess ing will be held at the home of
the Week, entitled "Respon- church believed the opposite, Wife of Harry Wheatley, whoIs Mr. and Mrs. Henry Crawford,
sible Militancy" and reprintedfrom RIGHTS he was called a heretic, and was I a case worker for the urttan 1520 NE' 152nd Terr, North Miami
the Washington Post of
Another interesting editorial imprisoned, and tortured It has League, she applied for the vol- Beach.
July 10. rom the Arizona Journal has been proven that he was right. unteer position and was promptly -

THE INCORRUPTIBLE come to my attention, thanks tone Truth actually does not accepted. On visiting day, she Faithful Few Chapter No. 93
NAACPI kindness of our old friends, change. It is like a jig-saw writes, "over 10,0000 people will hold its regular meeting
.he Berckmans, who are now As place pieces come to the site and I am at Monday, Aug. 6. All membersare
we
must confess that I read this iving in Phoenix, Arizona. It In puzzle.their positions more, we geta the front entrance to greet asked to be _present. Sis.
editorial with a great deal of vas written in March, and hado better proper conception of the whole them all." Annie Horne, W. M.; Sis. Ruby
because It seems to me do with the Supreme Court Castlelow, financial secretary.St. .
picture. On the other hand, it Is
Chatsthe Roundup Is held three
NAACP has suffered aecision concerning the S'tateJf' every
man who actually changes
'
during the past few years from Mississippi and interstate through the ages; as he learns years and this July more than Matthew's Lodge No. 96
detractors who would like the juses. The Court stated: "We more of the universe. Throughmore 10,000 members of the Girl will hold Its meeting Tuesday
general hasbserveed belie urpose lave settled beyond question knowledge he gets a truer Scout organization arc campedat Aug. 7. A 11 members are askedto
NAACP its nat no state may require racial picture of the universe, as wellas Button Bay State Park on be present. Rev. W. Henderson -
and that its work for civil segregation of interstate transportation a better understanding of his the shores of Lake Champlain. W. M.Washington.
rights and human dignity ana facilities. The questions Creator Many troops from foreign countries I
freedom is all in the past. 1 no longer open. It is closed." also are present. It is a : Park pool has
think The Post's editorial plac Jesus, the Knower of all perfect opportunity for Girl ,
The editorial goes on to say: started its second class of be-
ed the correct emphasis upon truth, spoke of its relativity and Scouts from many areas to meet
in this language the Supreme ginners. Everyone Is invited to
CORE; and other exchange ideas and make new
the NAACP, Jourt let' it be Known it is the ,the need for man's growth to friendships.An come and learn to swim. Willie
organizations that are all striving aw of the land in America that grasp a greater proportion of Glen is in charge, phone
for the betterment of ra truth. He said, "1 have I
luman beings shall not be segegated many invitation to serve as a 9479527.
cial relations and first-class cit by reason of their race more things to say unto you, Roundup Hostess Is consideredan
izenship for all Muses but ye cannot hear them now. -
jn any no matter where outstanding National honor.
The general public has been ne bus starts or Is going to. We Howbeit, when he, the Spirit of ADULTS ONLY
mislead, I think, into believing nink the issue of "state'sfights" 1 I Truth, is come, he will guide Mrs. Wheatley lives at 14800
that sit-down strikes, lunch has been used long you into all truth Tyler St., Richmond Heights, 4190 N.W. 32nd Ave.

counter demonstrations, or the nough to enforce segregation !I The Jews failed to recognize left her two young sons, Thed-- Finest apartment house {in Miami
work of the Urban League in a .ustoms in certain states while Jesus as their Messiah because dius and Marshall' Allen at h e rparents' I I One bedroom Furnished or
community could take tne place nere is an overriding principleet the interpreter of Pittsburg home during unfurnished
forth in the U. S. Judaism accepted her absence in Vermont .
of the NAACP. It is true, too truth as an absolute. Ample parking One block from
that there has almost seemed lon regarding equality constitu-I This kept them from recogniz Highway
to be a spirit of somewhat bit ens in areas of public ing truth In its larger form GOOD TENANTS
ter rivalry between these organ No state shall make or wv when Jesus appeared. He pointed Drive Carefully! COREY APARTMENTSThe
orce law which shall
any
izations striving for the saim out the error of their
ways
basic goals. It was wonderful to bridge the privileges or im- by saying, "For had ye believed
read such an editorial as appeared nunities of citizens/ Moses, ye would have believedme
in the Post, Because: it "Since 1954, the Supreme for he wrote of me." Town's Talk
showed that all organizationsdo Court has been defining the ex-
their part in their own way. tent of the meaning of the constitutional Can the interpreters of Chris- Amateur Nite t .
CORE' is not the NAACP; and language as it applies tianity fall into this same pit-
the NAACP is not the Urban to public schools, public fall? Those who persecuted
League but all have advanced dating! places and public transportation Galileo and other great scientific Every Thurs.
the cause of minority facilities. Meanwhile minds have already done so.
groups, and especially that of the State of Mississippi and Accepting truth as an absolutecan
the Negro minorityCOOPERATION dome other states have tried to prevent Christians from MODERNTHEATRE
BY defeat their regional customsby recognizing the Spirit of Truth,
legal means. The Southern of whom Jesus spoke, when he
ALL GROUPSIt states have just suffered an- comes to lead us into all truth. }

Is true, too, that some Negroes other legal defeat by this latest . . . I
themselves, have deplored Supreme: Court decision. r"
the NAACP as being old- I "However the people of the Dugie's Guest HouseThe Your Host and M.C.
fashioned, too slow, and too United States who are proud of
concerned with the legal aspectsof their Constitution, have enjoyeda house of clean'' rooms BOBBY '
civil rights. But after reading victory. The idea that a state
this editorial, I think it is perfectly government can force Negroes Open 24 hours NE 4-3881 ,MARSHALL .
obvious that CORE, or or Catholics, or Jews or qyy 0.
the Urban League, or any other Mormons or anyone of special Seeing is BelievingSee Weekly Jackpot Prize
:
organization of this nature, was status to sit in the back of a 1 t.m
only able to advance the cause bus is not compatible with the
for clean .
us rooms James Williams and
of human rights recently be- ideas on which our country was
cause of the unrelenting militancy founded Although lawyers may Jamaica Dugie always a The Twisters taw, ;
and unflagging pressingof find great cause for argument
litigation by the NAACP about this question, it seems friend
through the years. terribly simple to us," And so !
all whether I II 2941 NW 47th St., Miami
say we we live in I YAUII
Instead of rivalry between we mam
Arizona or here in Florida. INDF _
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..- SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1962 PAGE 11


New Antioch P. B. 14th Men's Day At

Church DedicatedThe St. James August 12

.
The 14th Annual Men's Day
to Cliurdi New Antioch Bethel will be observed at St. James

me Pentecostal Church No. 3 held AME Church on Sunday, Aug.
its fifth Sunday Union and 12
Church Dedication on Sunday.
July 29 at 4922 NW 22nd Ave. To highlight the observance,
Bishop Carter presided, and Elder the Rev. W. F. Tanner of St.
J. W. Watson, pastor, with Mary's Baptist Church of Coco
Elder Malloy as assistant pastor nut Grove and some of Miami's
will welcome everybody to the finest religious talent will ap-
7th Adventists
Claim
Day new church. pear on the program.

The pastor and congregationof !
GRACE PRESBYTERIANThe St. James are extending a

Church School BiasSAN Board of Deacons Is most cordial welcome to the
sponsoring a Barbecue Picnic general public.
Rev. J. Benjamin Blacknell,
and Dance Contest" at 0 p.m.
FRANCISCO A Negro Friday, Aug. 3, at the home of pastor; Alonzo H. Jackson,
Men's Day publicity chairman.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Edwards.
Seventh-Day spokesman charged Adventist Sunday racial that Woman'n Day at 1370 NW-72n
"are given to the three best teen
patently designedto
policies
Church of The
age couples. Come one, come
reduce to the barest mini
Morning StarThe
mum the contact between blacks 'flIx. all! TransfigurationAnnual
and whites. Monday at 8 p.m. Aug. 6 the
Frank W. Hale, chairman of women of Bright Morn church is sponsoring an Old Patronal
the predominantly Negro lay ing Star are very pleased to Folks Revival, under the dIrec-
men's leadership of Sev have again as their speaker on tion of Mrs. Spero Cokine. This FestivalThe
group their second annual Woman's promises to be an entertaining
Adventists addresseda
enth-Day Day, Miss Marie M. White at occasion for all Gth annual Patronal
protest continued meeting as to race flare controversy at the 11 o'clock service as well as Our Pith church anniversary, Festival of the Church of the

the church's 49th quadrennial many other well known ladies which will be In November, Transfiguration at Opa-locka
world conference.The who have so graciously consented will include our second annual will be held t tistheapparson
to Join in making this a memorable I banquet, souvenir booklet, and day. Aug. 12 ,
dispute between church day in the history of the an honor award night. The anniversary 1984 NW 153rd St. The doors
spokesmen, and Negroes began church and Miami. There will -- committee is headed will be open to the public from
last Friday when Mr. and Mrs. also be a fine program rendered ORDAINED Rev. C. W. Wade, by Zephaniah Carr and Mrs. 12 noon until 7 p.m. The congregation .
Burrell Scott of Oberlin, Ohio, at 3 p.m. and everyone is cordially was formally ordained as a min Spero Cokine, co-chairmen, and will assemble shortly
claimed at a news conferencethat invited to attend all of ister of the Gospel to the Pastorate Mrs. Susie Daniel and Joseph after morning services now being
their Negro daughter had the services. of St. Mark Baptist Levarlty. held at 1810 NW 152nd
been denied admission to the Rev. R. Smith, pastor; Mrs. Church on Monday night, July Terr. There will be hymn singing
church's Mt. Vernon Academy Ella Davis, chairman; Mrs. Lula 23.Rev. and general fellowship until
In Ohio. B. Evans, co-chairman. P. W. Williams of St. NEW PROVIDENCE M. B. 4 pm. when theplanned program
Seventh Day Adventist World -- ---- Luke Baptist Church, served as will begin.
President Reuben R. Figuhr of Master of Ceremonies for the Rev. C. J. Burney, pastr
Washington, D. C., maintainedthat MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. ordination.Rev. Mrs. Claudia Wilson, reporter The speaker for the afternoon
the Church "believes In the Our evening! services will be event will be Atty. Carey C.
integration of all peoples regardless E. M. Thomas, pastor Thedford Johnson of St. in at seven clock this Sunday. Matthews, state representativeThis
of race," and Alt. Vernon Phyllis Myers reporter John Baptist Church, deliveredthe The Sunday School is planning will bring to a close a
officials denied segregationexists message. Rev. Randolph a picnic on the 10th of August. week ,of festivities, which begins
in the school. I Sunday morning everyone was. Thompson of the First Baptist The cooperation of the parents Monday, Aug. 0. All bene
Hale, chairman of the Eng very happy to hear Rev. MeGrifl Church of Brownsville gave the will be appreciated. We will be fits derived during this time
lish department at Central State render the message. Ills charge and Rev. W. J. Macon of expecting you In church Sun. will be used to swell the Trans.

College, Wilberforce, Ohio, said topic was from, "Think the Uook on Your of Psalm Way"taken the First Baptist Church of day. figuration building fund trea-
Opa-locka served as secretary of
In his strongly-worded state sury.
11959.: Everyone enjoyed his
the Presbytery.
ment that "in matters of
race sermon. NEW The public is Invited
BETHEL BAPTIST cordially
relations, too often there is
a heard The service was very Impressive to come and Join with us in
Sunday night we an.
contemptuous indifference to i and largely attended. 1571 N. W. 68th Terr. this our service
special of the
the ethic the other great message rendered I
of golden rule vot Rev. Ernest Williams
The church unanimously;, pastor yearJames
to us by Rev Stephens. The
among us. ed for the ordination of Rev. Deacon Fred Williams
"If lie reporter Lucas, senior warden;
He said denominational topic of his message was Last
pro recommendation of Sunday morning
Wade upon our pas Crandell E. McLeod, Junior
Found Any of This Way.
nouncements relating to race the Presbytery.The tor delivered a most wonderful warden and chairman of the
harmony are only greeted with Our pastor Is 111 at his home. public Is always invitedto sermon and it building fund. All
I "token quota and deaf-ear Everyone Is praying for him to worship at St. Mark. all.. There also wasenaovisitor,
plans" which minimize contact have a speedy recovery. Also, Mrs. Janie Madison, Rep. Rev. A. Pratt.
I between blacks and whites. Deacon J. W. Johnson.ST. I Rev. Thomas Rolle delivered' BETHEL BAPTIST

MT. CARMEL M. BAPTISTRev. Church of The Open Door the The message No. 1 for choir Sunday will night.render Richmond Heights
MARY'S W. M. Rev. L. R. Ross, pastor
.
the music this .
on Sunday.Don't
D. A. Bradley
pastor Rev. Henry C. McDowell Bettye Nolton, reporterOn
Mrs. Christine Cherry, reporter Rev H. Y. Stuart, pastor Earllne D. Cllette, Act. Rep. forget to visit the sick
God Is so good to us we don't Mrs. Dorothy Major, reporter and shut-In. Sunday, August 19, the
serve him as we should; we By the time you read this You are always welcome to Homo Missionary Society will
don't deserve all of his good, The men of the church thank your acting reporter will be worship with us at New Bethel. celebrate its anniversary at the
but yet he is still good to us. We Bro. Samuel Johnson, chair. baskng somewhere on the St. church. The tlmo Is 3 Dm.
the members of the above man, Bro. Gladstone Hunter, co- John's river in the Athens of Your presence will be greatly
church wish to thank the Rev. chairman of Men's Day for put Florda and our reporter will be ST. PAUL A.M.E. CHURCHMrs. appreciated.An .

P. W. Wiper for that beautiful ting over such a program In in or enroute to the Magic City Lee Gray reporter open Invitation Is extend.
sermon, Waiting." God bless such a short time which made after having visited many placesin Rev. F. A Allen, Presiding Elder ed to you, the public, to attendour
the message and the messenger. Men's Day quite a success. our counrty. Sunday was Missionary Day Sunday worship services.

Prayer meeting begins this Special thanks to Mrs. Vera The Wrights "Hazel" and and they were in charge of all I
Monday night, and we are ask.ing Johnson who has donated 56 "Bol/1 returned last week off services. The day /began with MT.CALVARYneve
all of our friends to come Bibles to the church. The pas their Carribean tour. They high spirits.
and Join us. We are preparing tor also thanked those who stated that the trip was infor. Rev. Ford brought us the E. M. Thomas, pastor I

ourselves for a good old fashion furnished cars for the trip to mative and enjoyable. Talk, with. morning message. The superintendent Phyllis Myers, reporter
revival. Kendall to see Sister Lambert. them about It. I II and delegates from the ,
Sunday morning Rev. Stephens

Remember the sick and shut- want you to know that It Sunday School convention re-
ins. Sunday School will be held for rendered the message
was a pleasure to pinch hit ported one of the best sessions
with the pastor in charge while Annette. May God give me ever held. The congregation which was enjoyed by the entire

TEMPLE BAPTISTRev. Sister Bertha Adderly Is convalescing strength, patience and endur along,with choir NQ. 7 rendered congregation.
from an operation at ance to do some of the out the Friday Sunday night we heard another
evening service
L. A. Thompson, pastor Mt. Sinai Hospital.The standing things she has done the convention St. Paul held Its at great message by Rev.
The sixth annual Men s Day minister.We .
Scott, visiting
superintendent and and is doing. usual place by tho
observance rendering
on Sunday was an are praying for all sick
occasion of Inspiration. During teachers are preparing a picnicfor The Pilgrim Fellowshipgroup largest collection in the amount
members to have a speedy recovery
the morning the Rev. Oman O. the children watch the went over big Sunday. of $80. .
Pratt, B. A. B. D., was fittingly church news for time and date Their program was excellent. Choir No. 2 celebrated its anniversary
Introduced by Mr. Carl and place. We are praying for. Where are they coming from? Sunday and reportedthe
He delivered a lIanna'l I our sick and shut-Ins. I I and they are_ displaying their blest ever. Rev Ford broughta
challenging message .. talent truly the churcn is doing soul stirring message for the Please Take Note!
well received. ----- -- a +great Job in helping young evening service. The Trl-Stato
The feature of the evening ST. BARNABAS W. M. sters. Don't you agree with convention will convene in All church new must be In I
Read Sunday'sMiami our office by t o'clock Tufudiyerenlnf.
service was a minute( musical Rer. E. A. Culmer, pastor Rev. Schnell News? 5A. Jacksonville August 6 thru 10. Copy mutt, be type
page Please visit the sick and shut-in.
program by the Male Chorus,
Mrs. S. Dawfctas, reporter with written and double spaced.
share this
under the direction of the efficient May I poem We welcome you to St. Paul at
and tireless leader, Mr. R Sunday the choirs will sing you, taken from a book ownedby It all times.
dedicating
Hepburn. Mr. Granvllle Gibbs Lord's will Marie Roberts
Jointly. The Supper Rev. H. C. r
to our own pastor,
very beautifully rendered a be administered at morning and
"Living Service
clarinet solo; vocal solos were evening service with the pastor McDowell: for the Living'
whichI
church for
given by the director, Mr. A. in charge. Special thanks to "This is the
King and Mr. C. Ambrose. The Sister vera Johnson who has strive; heart
The church of the warm ,
men gave a fine account of donated 56 Bibles to the church.We .
adventurous
of the mind of the
open
themselves. are glad to have Bro. John
Charles Ambrose was present. Dullard, superintendent of the spirit;
church that that
ed a gift by the Silent Workers Sunday School, back from sum The cares,
heals hurt lives
for his long years of faithful mer School. Speedy recovery to comfort old that
That people
service to the church. lie Is one Sister Bertha Adderly who is ,
of the pioneer members. convalescing at Mt. Sinai Hos- challenges youth;
knows dlvslons of culture
That no
Chairman A. J. Hanna and pital. We are praying for our class
Cochairman G. E. Hepburn, sick and shut-ins. or 4'f. by :
No frontiers or
who worked untiringly with the geographical
social
captains and members to make
the affair all ASSEMBLYMiss The church of the people; highas
a success, were BAHA'I 'yl
the ideal of Jesus
smiles .
when the reports were
Audrey F. Thompson, Low as the humblest human, a '
made. They wish to thank Mrs.
Vernell Strachan and all the ladies treasurer of the Baha'I Assemb working churchA Oscar, "Range1 funeral HomeM.

for the dinner on Saturday, ly of Miami, 137 Nat11th worshipping church, a church
all the members and friends Baha'l Center, that Interprets the Truthin Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range, Mgr.
for their cooperation Those who I Ave. 8 p.m. Sunday, August 5. terms of Truth,
could not report, may do so this I Her subject will be "The Spiri That Inspires courage for this 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue
Sunday.Baptism. tual Solution to The Economic life, and hope for the life to OX 1-0131 OX 1-4343
will be administered Problem." The public Is cordially come;
at the morning service. invited to attend. The church of the living Cod." .



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THE MIAMI tlMES MIAMI FLORIDAPAGE MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKS''
?:, '' CARD OF THANKSThe I IN

12 SATURDAY AUGUST 4, 1962 family of the late i In sad but loving memory of The family of the late, .
MRS. HATTIE A. BETSEYof our dear wife and mother, MR.. CHARLES LEE ROSS, SR,'
Thomasvllle, Ga., who departed MRS. SARAH DAVIDSONwho who died on July 8, 1962, take '
.: this life on July 13 1962 died August 3, 1958. this Method of expressing'
and laid to rest July 19, wish to Gone, but not forgotten. thanks and appreciation to their
; CARDS MEMORIALS thank their many friends for Eugene Davidson, Sr., many friends and neighborswho
cards florals telegrams and all husband
: were so kind during their
I kind gestures of sympathy. ;Eugene Davidson Jr., son bereavement, Your 'cards, *''letters
Special thanks to Rev. Hamilton Altamease Jones, daughter
telegrams
cars, and other
. CARD OF THANKS CARD OF THANKSThe Church of who Oak officiated Grove May Baptist God Lucy Teate, daughter shall special never gestures be forgotten.' of sympathy
Special
We, the family of the late, families of the late, bless all of you. husband CARD OF THANKSThe thanks to Fr E. S. Clarke and
. ._ George Betsey,
Rev. H. E S. Reeves
DAVID DILLARD also the
Samuel and Joseph, sons
of the late
I family I Richardson Funeral
WILLIE WALKER Mrs. Susie B. Rhymes Sis. <. .. I untiring service.Home for'lhelr
Theodore Adams brotherCARD
MARY BARBER Charles. Ross, wife .
Jr. and Roland sons
who departed this life July 19- OF THANKSThe Mrs. Rosa McCoy and;
21 wish to take this method of Sylvia Denise, daughters
expressing our sincere thanks family of the late
and appreciation to our many EDMUND 0. McKINNEY SR. .t
I :riends and neighbors for flow wish to extend their sincere
i h ti9 kry'<> l r., ers cards, donations, telegrams, thanks and appreciation to the DEATHSRango
( Mf'f' v y calls, food and kindness during many friends, neighbors and 7 s
jur hour of bereavement. church associates who were .
..LL "AIl .
- ---- "" l ::3
Special thanks to the pastor, kind and most considerate during ,
ilev. P. S. Brown and the Range our bereavement. Your'
Funeral Home for their efficient cards, telegrams, florals, letters, .

f ,, ervice; rendered. prayers and other expressionsof MRS. MARY FRANCES WIL
May God's richest blessingsest sympathy meant so much to
- V4 LIAMS 2938 NW 47th St.
upon each of you. died
The Families us.Special thanks to the Francis at her home on July 27. She Is

9 Funeral Home for their efficient survived by three, daughters,
service, Rev. J. L. John Mesdames Alfreda WilUams'of
r IN MEMORIAL son, pastor of Saint James Bap
tist Church and to those who Washington, D.C.; Lucille Beck
In loving memory of our dear appeared on the program. ett and Nurse Juanita Mann, 2
nother, God's choicest blessings to grand daughters, one grandson.

.-.-..-..- each of vou.. Funeral services were held
REV. THOMAS LEGRANT Mrs.Mary McKinney, wife I Tuesday, July 31 at Tabernacle
HENDERSONthe Edmund Jr., Henry, John, 111 '; II 1 "-of 1 Baptist Church In West Palm
Robert Lee, Ada M. MRS. EVA POLITE .', Beach
assistant pastor of Mt. Her DeVeaux, Barbara J. who departed this life, June 30, i '
mon AME Church of Opa-locka McKinney and 1962, wishes to express Its
who passed away on July 8 and Thomas Capron, step-son thanks and appreciation to the GEORGE BANKS, 2001() NW
was laid to rest on July 14, many friends and neighborswho 71st St., died July 26. Mr. Banks
1962, wish to extend our heart were so kind during its was a long time resident of the
felt thanks to the many friends Thanks to All. hours of bereavement. We thank Miami area having lived here

'and neighbors of NW 156th St. The family of the late, you for your cards, telegramsand for the past 38 years .and also a
and vicinity In Opa-locka, for time
floral pieces. Thanks to long employee of Florida
,kindnesses shown during our Friendship M. Baptist Church, East Coast Railroad. He Is survived
,hours of. bereavement. Thanksfor t4 : Rev. VV. E. Simms, pastor, Mt by his life, Essie Mae, a
your donations, food,cards cars F f : : : Olivette M. Baptist Church, Rev. I brother, Joseph and a sister,
I beautiful floral pieces, 'Nt Mickins, pastor, Free Gift M. B. Mrs. Susie Hubbard. Services
letters, telegrams and all other. N Church, Rev. J, M. Reed, pastor -I I were held Thursday, Aug. 2 at
kind gestures of sympathy 4:; 2k and thanks to Hurt and St. Paul AME Church.

't Special thanks to the Range Redd Funeral Home of Eating-
Funeral Home, Presiding Elder 414I ton, Ga. May God bless each of
|F. ,A. Allen of the North Miami OLIVER BERGER, 2116 NW
you.The
.District of the AME Church, tne Family 60th St, died July 10 at his home.
,Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor of Mt. Mr. Berger was a long time.resident -
Hermon, Rev. S. A. Thomas, 1? IN MEMORIAMIn of the Miami area, having
pastor of Mt. Sinai bapusi lived here for the past 35 years.

'.Church, the Rev. J. W. Macon : sad but loving memory ofSARAH He survived by his widow,
.pastor of the First Baptist Mable, three daughters, 'Mesdames -
Church of Opa-locka, the uev.S. MRS. GUSSIE JONES I Willie Mae Cooper, Mildred
A.. Cousin, pastor of Greater who departed this life August Walker and E'va Barnes;
Bethel AME Church, the Rev. 1, 1959. three sons-in-law; 16 grand.
J A, Beard and Rev. Henry The mind has a thousand eyes, SJESSIE children, (three great grand
Evans of New Bethel Baptist And the heart but one children. Funeral services will
Church. Yet the light of a whole; life be held Saturday, Aug. 4 at Mt.
dies 4 Carmel Baptist Church, Rev. D.
Thanks also to the following
A. Bradley officiating. He will
When love Is done.
and :::
organizations persons
lie in
But, the loving memory of your repose Friday beginningat

Progressive Lodge No. 626, I Beauty will live on-on. .---- .-. 2 pm.
the Pioneers, Mt. Hermon Missionary I Clarence Turner, son OSBORNE

Society, the Gospel And Family who departed this life, June 27, MRS. LUCILLE HOWARD,
Choir of Greater Bethel AME 1902 wish to express our thanks 1211 NW 63rd St., died July 30
Church the Gardenia Circle, and appreciation to 'the wonder. at her home after an extended
Bunche Park Social Club the CARD OF THANKSThe
,
ful friends and neighbors for illness Mrs. Howard has livedin
Thunderbird Social Club the, Hec Sister family of the late II flowers, cards} telegrams and I the Miami area for the past
tor Supply Company, -
food. Our thanks
to Elder C. B.
and Brother Club, the Em- JEANETTE COOPER H pears. She Is survived by her
I Hock and members of Seventh
plyees of the, Oriental Cafe, the take this method of thanking I daughter and son-in-law, Mr.
I Adventist Church
Day and
Hermonettes[ of Mt. Hermon, all those who were so kind and the and Mr. Leroy Seymour, a
Manker
Funeral
Home for
and Mrs. Redman and famllly.; considerate to them In their efficient service. its grandson, Leroy Seymour Jr.
bereavement. Special thanks to \' Funeral services will be held
Again, thanks to everyone for the Venerable John E. Culmer Mrs. Emma Ferby Saturday, August 4 at 1 p.m. at
everything and may God bless for his consoling words, to the Grandmother Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Rev.
each and everyone of you. House of Albert' we say thanks; Jackson officiating.

Mrs. Leila Henderson, wife; to the neighbors and friends for IN MEMORIAMIn I W. ROLLE I
Mrs. Bertha Stokes, daughter; their untiring service and to
who this life 27
those donated loving memory of be departed July ,
Mrs Evelyn McAllister, step who cars and my 1957. Richardson .
daughter; Mrs. Jimmie L flowers, letters, cards and telegrams loved husband, Gone, but, not forgotten.

Wilson, god-daughter; William Thanks. Donald (Dan) Rolle Henry Johnson of 425 NW 6th
Stokes son-in-law Mrs. Florence I May God bless each of
.. you.
St., apt. 18 died 26. He
Simmons, sister; Mrs. Christine John and Charlie Cooper, July
,: McFadden. sister; Mr. and Mrs. sons! IN MEMORIAl leaves to mourn a wife, Linda,
j John Wesley Henderson, broth. Oswald and Odgen Bethel three sons, Henry Jr., Hershel,
"I ., er. and sister-in-law; Mr. George brothers In sad, but loving memory of and John, one daughter, Mrs.Uoretha' .

.t Henderson nephew: Mr. Rufus And other relatives )_ur.......dear'_n.mother_' .. ,............._...... .u___._._ I I Funeral McKinney services, three sis
s McFadden; nephew;; Mrs. Nona ters. : were
McFadden niece; Miss Tressa held Thursday, August 2 at

Boulware McFadden,, niece sister-in-law; Mrs.; Julia Mrs. I CARD OF THANKSWe 'Lkk 'pk 'J the Jackson chapel officiating.: with Rev. Emory

.< Elizabeth Williams, grand. the family of the late, \ ,
daughter; Mrs. Florence Ferguson bins. IRENE' EDWINA \ ,\ John E. Davis of 120 NW

grand daughter; Bernard BAPTISTE JAMES | 14th St., died July 27 He leavesto
,''; Toiliver, great grandson; Help pause to give thanks to our mourn a wife, Ella, two sisters
ena, Patricia and Dorothea PinK many friends and neighbors for Miss Delores Davis, and
; der, great grand daughters. the numerous gestures of sym Mrs. Cleo Ward mother and

.'" I pathetic expressions. We wish father, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Chandler
it known, to all who sent flow
Services held
were at Mt.
t CARD OF THANKS ers, cards, telegrams, letters and Zion Baptist Church on Thursday .
made :
personal visits as well as k August 2 at 3 with
p.m.
The family of the late the friends who donated cars, i Rev. Jackson, assistant pastor,
ALFRED KEMP that we ask God's choice bles- officiating.

who departed this life July 19.! sings on each and everyone of i bx
II 1962 at the Veterans' Hospital I I you. We are humbly grateful for ,!
wish to express our thanks and I you paying.such tribute to one I t Manker.
appreciation to the friends and wno nas left her good works be PERCY G. WILLIAMSwho .
I neighbors for cards, flowers I hind for others to see and re- departed this life August
: telegrams, cars and all acts ot member. We wish to especially 1, 1958. JESSIE' OSBORNE of 1437
I kindness and our friends in Key thank the members of the Dade Four sad and lonely years, IL : NW 62nd St., died July 27. Services -
West. Special thanks to Father County Morticians Ass'n for life has been so empty' without were held Thursday at
)* John E. Culmer for his comfort untiring services rendered, as the chapel. He is survived by
ing words and all the chapters well as the Father Theodore R. you.There Is an open gate, at the __..._..__...._____.._m.m___ his grandmother, Mrs. Emma
I; of St. Agnes Episcopal Church Gibson, Father and Mrs. Elisha end of the road. MRS. CLARA E. ROBINSONWe Ferby, an aunt; Mrs. Rena T.
')J\, and members of the Friendship Clarke for helping us to bear Through which each must go loved you mother, but Overstreet of Savannah, Ga., an
}fI Garden. and Civic Club. our loss. alone, God loved you best. May you uncle, Albert Turner of Jack
jf Mr., Livingston James, And there Is a light we cannotsee rest In peace.Your sonville.
Thanks to the Range Funeral husbandMrs. Children:
Home for its courteous service. Elaine Baptiste, Our ,Father claims his own, Mrs. Willa Mae Crump, .
w. _' May God's blessing dwell with mother. I still love you. daughter JIMMY WILSON of,4350 NW
'- all of you. Ten sisters, one brother Lois R. Williams, widow Mr. Foster S Robinson, son 12th Ct died August 1., He is
The Stirrup and And a host of nieces and Sophia Taylor, sister Curtis and Vernon Ford, survived by his wife, Annie
Reese Families nephews Dorothy Thomas, daughter grandsons Mae.



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Francis I 'I OPA LOCKA area. 1 bedroom, Personal Mention Thanks
Many .
newly decorated, unfurnished.
.1t)sIJPJt 1 fARx.t; S$vi$ of" ClassifiedFOR i $I 6. Furnished $II. 2 bedroom Sylvester Murray of Miami,
J5721 NW 18th Ct., Opa-locka, untu tJ. 118, turn. 2 bedroom was one of the 19 scholars who Miss Lenora Hepburn takes
died on July 28. Funeral services NE 4'U$ tJ IbdtEWI..Y earned the honor and the this method to express deep!
will be held at Ebenezer special privileges of citation to and heartfelt appreciation to
Methodist' Church ,on ,Saturday, Renovated rnralafced or the Dean's List at Lincoln Uni- the friends who sent her
August: 4 at.2 pm, with Rev. RENT unfurnished apts. in the Opa' versity for maintaining a scholastic cards many, flowers and words of con'
Aarorh)D.l Hall pastor. officiat Locka area ,near church, school average of 1.65 or better solation and for deeds of kind- :
ing The: body will lie at the BEAUTIFUL ROOM for single and' shopping center. Call Mick during: tile second semester ot
her illness
cfiabel lA beginning 6 p.m. Friday person, good for hideaway room.' Ins Rental Agency NE 4.0500. the past academic year. Wim 1 ness during recent .
Utttll:.ft on<. Baturtiayi: The remains Private entrance, private. bath, Indf grade given, 1.65 is as the result of an operation.She
will ottJrteAtf at tQnietgihlig : in back of beautiful landscape equivalent to 86.5 on a scale of Is convalescing and,hopes,
T :am: : Saturday. gut- front t building. 1&5& NW 69th St, AIR COOLED auditorium Includ- 100( according to Dr. L. D. John to be able to get out seem *
vivors' include four daughters; (rear.) ing lights i janitorial service, etc.OAvai0221 son, Dean of the College. Mr. (Miss) Lenora Hepburn ', ";-
Mrs. Frances Deveaux, Mrs; ) for church Murray, now a senior at Lincoln
Margaret Clark. Mrs.: Albertha 3.110011 Cottages, water furnish. use.Indf.. University, stands among the -- '
Ferguson and, Mrs, Evelyn Davis" ed. 110 week. 569 NW 8th St. top five per cent of the students known beautician and' halrsty/;
two sons, Alexander and PR 7-2902 FURNISHED efficiencies, utilities ,scholastic achievement. He list is attending the National'In" *
Joseph Included, $12.50 a week. 620 N.W rendered for Lincoln at North mute of Cosmetology: :in
'.E., PICARD 8th St. FR 72902. western Senior High School. Cleveland, Ohio for two weeks.
TREFEMUS ROLLS Rental She returns August 15,: fetter: ,
Agency CarrieJackson
NW 7th St. died ,, of 322 Rental collections 1-BEDROOM APTS., utilities free Mrs. well prepared to serve .her customers'
July '27.'Fun ; property $18. O and $20.00 weekly. 137 N.W
eral arrangements are lnC m- management, real estate 25th Street.' be- calling
May seen by
plete. 4 669 NW.8th St. ,FR 7.2902
FR 93330.. ADULTS
only 8/4
Survivors i Include in tizicle,

!I Joseph Cox_,n,lllallafi_ ,_" &l lei i utilUle8.jJJowbtown 4 r BEtmoOtt furnished area.Apt,$18 All FOR SALE CAPITOL All new show on

i fRS;' NEJTTl McmTOSH ot NE 40600, UuU 1327 NW 43rd 51'. $350 down THEATRE The Stage

Tampa:! died dt tfie horrie of her for lovely CBS monthly pay
Bister; 114rs: Rotie Ward at 921 FREE ROOM for, elderly lady merits only $67 You can't beat Every Wed., 9 p.m. ,
fJW 2nd, coUrt.; ; Funeral arrangements m exchange for ,company this deal anyWHere. Phone PL
are $incomplete. Survivors for 11 year old girl PL 77822. 8-6261 Federal Mortgage< Co, JIMMY REEVESPARADE
art ri sort', James Collier Sr., two Aug.n 5009 NW 2nd Ave. PL 4-2605, -:
FtsuHl t Jh atiUilihH tb Mrs, WArd Members Chamber of Commerce. and his -/v' : I,

including Mb' :;, ,Siiratt,Mrs HanB Mattie; q Mack grandson and, I FURNISHED weekly rooms. 1011 NW 40th St. $100 down I OF STARS ,w,
$18 single, $10 double.\
Janies", Collier Jr:, there; Mrs. Washing- must be seen to be appreciated.
Johnnie Mae,_Fluit. Guest House, 2170 Washing Two Fla. looms enclosed garage With, the Rocketeers ",
ton Ave., Opa-locka. A31 fenced yard awnings and '

loads of closet SP.1CC.cns, and ..en.atfonal1j; ;.
LEANDEtt GUNTER I ,. ,
of :UQO I LOVELY Phone PL 8-6201. Federal Mori '
NW 22nd Terr, apt, 12 died at 2-BEDROOM APT. page Co., 6909 NW 2nd Ave. TL Little Cora
Jackson Hospital on July :31. Hardwood floors! J147 NW Gth I 4-2005, member of Chamber of
Funeral arrahgenients in- Ave., across from BTW High Commerce.
are plus BIG TALENT CONTEST
complete Survivors include his School. Call FR 7-3834, or in-

widow, Annie Doris, mother, Wire apt. 2. Mrs. Taylor. 3050 NW 61th St. $395 down. $ $ $ CASH PRIZES $ $ $
Mrs. Morene Davis two brothers Not another penny needed. No
)
Napoleon and Charles: fours FIVE ROMM COTTAGE Fur-; FHA, no qualifying. Move in at ""-
!' 'I.crs, EVelyn Rebecca, Geraldine nished. Free lights and water. once. Payment only $59 per
and Charlotte! Davis, aunt, Elderly persons preferred. 677 month. Phone PL 8-6261, Feeleral -
Mrs. Pecola Pigatt. NW 13th St. Phone FR 14685. Mortgage Co. 5909 NW 2nd
\ve. PL 42605. Member of FINEST SELECTION IN MIAMI
NICE ROOM in, pricate home :Chamber of Commerce. '
JOHN H. MODLEY of 312-C for nice ,
couple Cooking faclll.ies.
NW 14th St., died Aug. 1 Survivors ; 16015 NW 22nd Ave. Call- 3 BEDROOMS, 3 baths, Fla. Government Inspected and Approved

include his wife, Johnnie anytime after 5 p.m. Phone NA oom. 1350 NW 45th St. SSOO
Mae': mother, Mrs, Mamie Lou 1-16S. :Sown, $16,500 total price. $120
Clarke two brothers HONES -
; & sister. per month pays all. Large fam- LOVELY OPENLow

EFFICIENCY, Water and light ly home or Rood for two fami-
:rce. 700 NW 65th St. OX 16073. ies. One FHA mortgage 5'A%. Low Down
Aiken Payments
ill CBS. Gunson Realty, Inc. PL ,
3UNCHE PARK AREA. 3 bed- 1.1841. EZ TERMS! LESS THAN RENT
M Ls. Seecker Gultard", a Miami room house, furnished. Large
who fur mare/ than 35 years yard, enclosed with fence. Quiet 312 NW 74th Bt 2-bcdroom CBS *
lived at 220ti NW 6tH Ave. nei hborhbotl. Phone NA. hardwood floor, garage.
JUbr 20. Services were conducted ,1-6654 $11,500, $350 down. No closing 1025 NW 43rd Street

chapel Thursday with Rev, 2 FT ri.m.L. in Smith the I',FURNISHED- 1 bedroom costs.7th Ave.News, PL 4-0655.Realty, 4600 NW Colonial style beauty. A must see! Fla. room, garage,
apart-
bmciaUttg. She is. survived by nent. 744. NW 59th St. patio and barbecue, $12,800 _total price. $79 per Mo.
daUMer Willie
h. Mrs. q Mitchell 704 NW 44th St. See" this
H. Jdhnsort of Opa-locka, a sorl, James $18 PER WEEK, 3 bedroom unfurnished beauty 2 bedroom CBS, Florida' *

grandchildren, three sisters ,five apt. Free gas and room, utility room, garage To- 4701 NW 10th Avenue
and
a great $400 down $SS
grandchild.Mrs. water 6030 NW 21th ave. HI tal $12,500. Only
3-1506. month pays all. A. Ben- Korl, Large corner homes in Manor Park, near bus and
tor, 2011 NW 62nd St. NiteS PL '
Earlene Moore of 10540 $13 PER WEEK, 1 bedroom )-5533. Days OX 19372. i I shops $400 down. $76 per month.

SW 171st St., Perrine, died In furnished apt, Free gas and *
Kendall Hospital July 28 as a water. C030 NW 21th ave. HI 1935 NW 47th Terrace. Real
result of an auto accident several 61260. bargain for doll house, with lot 1565 NW 47th Street
months ego. She leaves her and half, fruit trees, completely -
mother, Mrs. Rosa Lee Patter- 2 BEDROOM DUPLEX. Kitchen air conditioned. Total Fully furnished! A real steal for $9,900, $300 down,

Ron three, two brothers< sons, two daughters Emanuel completely furnished. Hot water Only $300 down. A. $9'000'1 no closing costs. Hurry for: this Manor Park beauty.
,
including St.
,. Extra Large yard with fruit Realtor, 2611 NW 02nd
Miller, three sisters F'in'eril
trees and patio. $85 per month PL 0-5533. Days OX 1.9372 *
services will
be conducted
'

Chapej)ay, AMR 11 .,tn. at lIurJ'I I St.of '$22.00.Call'OX week.,(6-2392.27.53, NW" 60th I.I. 791 NW 45th St. See Inside. 2'1 1831 NW 47th Terrace
f
Rey.
fllake tt1urcbi bedroom CBS. Awnings. ? patio.
pastor. NICE FURNISHED ROOM for Fla. room. My best buy.I Total 3 bedroom CBS, hardwood floors,., porch, large

William' 3i14 nice couple. 1 ,Child J ,accepted, or $12,500. $100 down. $78 month I rooms. $10,500 $350 down.. No closing costs. ;
Oliver Realtor.
Jr. NW angle man, cheap rates. 1831 pays all. A. Ben-Korl,
GOth St.. died In Jackson HospltaJ>.< NW.43th Sto 2641 NW 62nd St. Niles' PL *
July ,
31. His survivors are a 9-5533. Days OX 10372. I I Ij
ron,' Bobby, two brothers, Dart LOVELY Y 1 BEDROOM furnished j 833 NW 75th Street
Everett and Sam Oliver, two free utilities, 7048 789 NW 45th St. 4 bedroom 2ath.
sisters Moore, Mesdames Mary Lee NW cottage 17th PI. Call HI 5-3521, MO ) Really a nice home. Awn- I 3 bedrooms CBS, hardwood floors. $400 down, $75
and Mae Alexander. Ar See this sure. $500'
,
55004. ng garage. per month. No closing costs
rangements are Incomplete. lown. A Ben-Korl, Realtor, 2611 I
BEAUTIFUL ROOM in private VW C2nd St. Nites PL 5333.. *
Willie Anthony of 1021 NW home. Home-like atmosphere. :Days OX 10372. I "! '
SHh Terr., died at home July 1826 NW 65th St. Phone NE 1 741 NW 77th Terrace
25. Survivors are three daughters A LARGE LOT In a most desirable
Mesdames Elizabeth Anthony 32740. location of Opa-locka. Move right in thin fully furnished 2 bath doll house.'

Nancy Mae Brown and ONE BEDROOM APT. with Call 696-4737 Hajrdwood') floors, tile roof carporte; Florida room.

Paula M. Sutton a",son, Clarence yard and porch reasonable.Call ,$83 month pays all. $10,000 total price. .' ., '
three grand daughters 1.2420.FURNISHED KITCHEN CABINETS. SO per '
OX
two grandsons, a granddaughter cent discount. Come see, come .
-in-law and many others. ;ave. Modern trend kitchens. I ..
Services were held Monday 2 EFFICIENCIES andlights 985 E. 10th Court. Hialeah; 747 NW 77th Terrace
p.m. in the chapel. Rev. F. L. private entrance, water A25
Smith, officiated with burial In free. Phone PL 8-1273. CBS duplex fully furnished, lovely lot, quiet area..

Evergreen.Mrs. FURNISHED TWO bedroom Open 2-4. 1014 NW $11,500, $750 d w1..Live rent free.. Move right In.
C4th St. This is a foreclosure. 5
home. dining
Living room
Louise Bowman of 1805 room house 2 connecting apartments A .
kitchen Fla. plus
room
room
:NW 2nd court died In Kendall oorte. 6500 NW 8th Ave. PL 3 tile baths, all furnished -
:Hospital July 26. She will be car $10,500. A money maker. JE
80702. 3342 Thomas Avenue
sent to Summerton S.c. 10 -0215.. H ,
p.m. Friday where final rites (Coconut Grove)
Street large I
775 NW 47th Very
:and burial will be conducted on LOT for Must sell. Carver I
'Sunday. Her survivors are two 2 bedroom living room, dining Ranches, For information call Like new CBS, huge 3-bedroom, 2 baths, hardwood

sons, Johnnie McGett, and Ernest room kitchen Ben-Kori and large Realtor bath. C90-4261; anytime. floors, tile roof, Fla. room dining room. No qualifying. -
$25 week. A ,
Bowman Ann a daughterb roth-Mrs.DettY' 2644 NW 62nd St. OX 10372. THOROUGHBRED Cocker Move right in. Reduced price.

ers, Messrs Ellis and McQueen Spaniel, 9 months. Make reason .
8-ROOM HOUSE, 6 bedrooms,
Brunson. able offer. 2224 NW 58th St. NE
oartly furnished. 327 NW 9th :

John Willie Cauler died July St. Reasonable. Call Carey Ren 55003. NEWS REALTY

26. He is survived by his widow, tal Agency, 371-3622. LOVELY nO ME. 5 rooms and 2 ,
Ella Jane, three sons, mother connecting apartment All fur I
FURNISHED ROOMS. Hot and ;
Mrs. Elizabeth GauleylsAnthony, Ct. NE nished. $10,500. Call JE 10215. Broker That Works For You)
two brothers roM water. 1817 NW 5th (The
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eral services will be conducted I I 43177. WANTED I

with Saturday 3 p.m. In the chapel Mr. 2 LOVELY HOUSES, 1 and 2 GIRLS for house to house selling 4600 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655
burial In Evenrreen.
Cauley resided at 4350 NW 31st I I I bedrooms. $20 and $22 per week. i and factory work. Must be I (Open Sunday)

Ave.. Md will be on view In the |I I. Only reliable families Phone ,steady. Age 18 to 25. Call ,
phapeJ from 12 noon Friday. NE 54566. I 17570121.



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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA 1 '" "' Urban LeagueAnnounces

PAGE 14 SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1962 I IN AND AROUND THE BAHAMASI-I JobOpportunities

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The first two weeks In July, 32, escaped from Sandlland's The Greater Miami Urban
hospital where he was taken for
Parliamentary Registrar Max.
he League announces Job oppor
well J. Thompson reported that I treatment. After a few days tunities for the following positions
approximately 2,000 women had was captured by a search party :
registered to vote. He said the headed by Detective Inspector
registration centers were geared Paul Rupert Thompson. Hamilton Guidance Counselor (male)
to handle 780 persons per !Is doing a 12-year sentencefor Minority Group Consultant
night and were costing the government -, the:, attempted murder of In- I Communications Operation
a considerable sum of spector Thompson and four' other (female)
money. He urged the women to police officers In 1958. Lab Technicians (electronics)

register, and said that those Industrial Safety Inspector
stations that are not Mervin roe 25, a Bahamian Senior Detaller
properly used will be closedown who was deported from Motor Vehicle Examiner
on August 4. the United States for selling Comptist
dope, ran right into bad luck Accountant
when he reached Nassau. Having Police Officer
I Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, been given two suspended Dock SuperintendentMedical
Up ALBERT W. COOKE The reason is simply because the Rev W. G. McPhee pastor sentences In the U.S. he was Secretary '
COUSIN PHILOSOPHIZES everyone Is In most ways like celebrated its 15th anniversaryon caught a third time and sen- Auditor
Here are passing thoughts. everyone else. There Is too Sunday, July 15. Speakerson tenced to six month last Oc Traffic Analysis
Here Is food for thought and Tiuch conformity. Instead of the program were the Rev.R. tober. He was deported on April Aircraft Mechanic
action. Think on these things. oeople being truly educated, E' Cooper, Messrs. Pierre 16. Between the time of his arrival Parachute Repairer and
hey are conditioned. I always Dupuch and Charles Barnwell. and April 18 he had stolen Packer
What are you living for ? ? ? hought a boy went to school to A number of choirs appeared at quite a bit of dry goods in- Aircraft Piston Engine
Are you trying to make life a rind out about himself. When and Bert Cambridge andSidney eluding a suit of clothing. In the Mechanic
little better ? ? ? Picture yourself he goes to school he Is left to Wood were featured on Supreme Court on July 10, hp StenographerAssociate
enjoying a life of comfort, "ind out about himself as best the Hammond organ. The lion was sent to prison for 18 Development Engineer
financial security, and happi !he can. It's not in the course it's G. C. Cash was chairman. months. Jr. Chemical and Metallurgical
ness '''Is it possible? Sure it :not In the curriculum. To meit AssistantFor
Is, why not. Slowly but surely eems that the proper study of A musical concert was givenat
yqu can move toward "Utopia. nan Is man. 'I Henry Crawford, Jr., 31, was St. Paul Baptist Church, Fox further Information con-
If you but be true to yourselfand convicted a Supreme Court Hill, Rev. Leroy Roker, pastor tact the Urban League locatedat
your fellowman, then it HOW TO REACH UTOPIA jury| on July 12 for stealing alorse. on July 15. Appearing on the 395 NW First St., or call FR
will follow as the night the day. Most people can be referred'o He was sentenced to four program were the choirs of St. 16476.
that you will move forward and as "the average person," or months Imprisonment. The Paul, Pilgrim Baptist, Mt.
upward. At the top there Is 'he mass of people. It Is obvious'o horse was valued at $308. The Carey, St. Mark's and the
plenty of room, that's what those who break through or mare was turned over by its Church of God and Sons of
they tell me, that's what they rise:: above the masses that owners to Cyril Buchanan to be Thunder. Addresses were delivered Save a Life -
say. There is plenty of room to 'here Is a thing which keep a trained for racing. Buchanan by Principal Carl Francis
be comfortable. nan down, and that Is his denial could do nothing with It, so he md Arthur Foulkes. Callender Drive Carefully!
LEAD US NOT INTO of himself. Man is such a I I sent the horse back to its own- Roberts was chairman. The af
TEMPTATIONlife -oclal being that cbnfomtty ers with Crawford who sold it fair was given in aid of the

is full of temptation of controls and dominate him. He for $140. Robes and Scholarship Fund. SEE THE SOUTH'S
ices
usually not what his heart
some kind or the other. You md soul decrees LEADING COLORED
are tempted day after day, does and act he but instead he The Hon. Gerald C. Cash an- Royal 20 ClubMrs.
as believes
night after night, always. You expected to. He Is ashamed he Is nounced on July 12 that he will Marie Allen highly entertained PSYCHIC READER
cannot avoid or escape it ; alone. to be a candidate for the City of the Royal Twenty Wo-
You stick Rather thanin to Nassau In the General -CONSULT HER-
"lead iem- next
Into
not
pray, us :: with the he men's Club at her lovely home
thing
tation" I ask you is the sin he abandon his belief believes Election. He has representedthe !In Coconut Grove on July 8.
SO as
in being tempted, or in yielding not to be Western! District in the Mrs. Carlee Daniels entertained
to temptation? You the everidexpress He House of Assembly since 1949
say cor seldom:; If himself the club at the beautiful
ruption comes when and has been a member of the
one yields? 'In any home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
way or through t
If this Be any Executive Council since 1958.
true, then summit not medium. When 3200 Hibiscus St. July
yourself to this part of life. man does truly The Hon. Stafford Sands and McCray,
-xpress himself
YOU ASK ABOUT form the result in Is usually some great ent Dr. R.representatives W. SaWYer are for the the pres-city. 22.The guest speaker for the latter : -
nd Mrs. Elizabeth
TOIORROWSOUEONE: sometimes extraordinary meeting was
ONCE SAID, "right The "Mona Lisa" testifies to Vlrrlck, the well known civic
Life has many roads and this'T?? does mot! of the work Herschell V. Whylly. 75, a leader of Coconut Grove and
paths, highways and byways, I of Michael Angelo, or the nromlnent citizen of Crooked Greater Miami. Mrs. Virrick
where you end up when youth works of Shakespare. Read the Island and Ackllns district!= died spoke! of many civic projectsthat Let her years of experience guide
and beauty both are gone depends I works of the best writers, on the night of July 11 at Long are currently being carriedout and protect you throughout life
upon the road you take speakers, or anyone who reached Cay. His survivors are his son, and appealed to the mem- as a lighthouse guide. the shipsIn
now. Avoid temptation If pos : Utopia, these are self ex- McFarllne a brother, Percy bers specifically for aid at the a storm. For success In business
sible if not, then face it, realize pressions. Look at all the worksof Whvlly of Boynton Reach Fla. distribution center located on and love.
temptation, analyze it. study It, art and nature, though you and two sisters Marian Culmer Grand Ave. DON'T STAY IN TUB RtJT. GET
then ask yourself Is/ It worth may stand In awe your soul and Elma Johnson of Nassau.! Two club members Mrs. Beatrice OUT NOW BY THE HELP OF
it? and heart know that you can Funeral services were held at Jenkins and Mrs. Rosa Lee GOD SUB CAN HELP YOU.
Cling to your convictions as produce a self expression. Why Long Cay. Hall, are off the sick list and Office Hours:

a drowning man flings himself don't you You have limitless -are recuperating. 0 a.m. 0 p.m.
The club's latest project, a
upon knowing plank that whether and hetsinks potentials cannot do There In time la If nothing the mind you Dr. William J. Harvev III, poor man's dinner, was a smash- Than, 0 a.m. toDALY
secretary: of the Foreign Mission The ladles of the .
or swims with ot, it's best for and soul is free and In harmony insr succes.
Hoard of the National Baptist wish thank all who con-
club to
with nature.
it's Only by
him' the best he has. your own
.
ffortS. and faith' Convention. U. S. A. Inc. arrived trimuted to Its BHOCPSS. I
WHAT ABOUT LONELINESS the atom--of-self-* realiiattonpifAnd 1 ; In Nassau two weeks;' ago. Mrs. Ermatlne Holton, president Sunday
Though walk when Accompanied by his wife and Mrs. Ethel Peavy, reporter. !
you do
through the you you'll find 10 a.m. 8 p.m.
he will visit the
two children
valley of the shadow that I
of death you are bigger than the II
Mission Stations
fear no evil. God is with you. world. conducted by I READINGsst.oo
Loneliness Is the Foreign Mission Board In
a dangerous thing WHAT OF cooperation with the Bahamas ANN'S GUEST
It can the mind of one FAITH? UP
who is selfish or seek only self Faith can work made, this !Is Missionary and Educational
: Convention, at Abaco and Long HOUSE
satisfaction. Loneliness Is a true In life. Your faith and ef- 23 Years Experience
good thing It offers time for 'orts produce ''the magic that Island. 344 NW 10th St.A MADAMHUNTER
meditation. It can make hearts "an make all your dreams come Dr. Harvey is pastor of the
grow fonder for each other. If true. It I is a pity that the state Macedonia Baptist Church, neatly fuml.hed'room,
the hearts are matured and In *>f the world Is In such mess. Pittsburgh, Pa. Dr. T E. W. clean and quiet. Maid service Call in Person
love. The effort spent toward survival Donaldson Is president of the Don't Write -
.T-'fe seems a series of event ould be spent to make life Bahamas Convention. parking space for 1657 N.W. 73rd ST.

or problems whose solutions are worthwhile and Interesting. car*. Weekly rates or over MIAMI, FLA.

dependent upon circumstances, James Hamilton, a prisoner, night. FR 99155.
situations, and past experiences. --..-. ...-.- -
LADIES WANTED
Man Is the
summation of all he

learns or experiences, a bio Blanche Calloway, public regions
human logical thing and a product of director of Bunche 11/4 ACRES CAl'S LOUNGE & RESTAURANTServing
environment. Life Is '-anes 2282, Bunche Park West
blind. Science Is a solvent to ark Drive. Florida's) most fab- Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
remove the obstruction so that 'ilom
Bowling Lanes, announc- PALM BEACH
man hangs the world as It is. "d FREE Instructions FREE Open 6 a.m. to 1 a.m. *
and as they really are 'hoes and FREE bowling for aHdles comfort
Few lives people fully spentreIn Most on Tuesday night 8 till 375 Air-conditioned for your
are the V30: and
p.m. Thursday night 9
pursuit of love and Owned and operated by James H. Youngblood
Ill
persona' 9:30.: Coffee and donuts will
freedom. "Utopia" is ... ... t10 ...... Wr
$1s
separate 'e served. For further Informa- .
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from man bv a very thin sub ton call R241433. All right, ,, t w POo. '...ci1c st, wPIUU 6010 NW 22nd Ave. NE 3-9316
stance, yet few break N .rh.. iriN MJMIL orsuu.t
through. 'adies, let's bowl!!
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spinuapl.nd" bard ....
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MIMr Net If ..tilt.. II ao
THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE YMfI Y ..... Spacious home, 2161 NW 59th Street

Net Ratner Rs.torBLS. 75 x 100 LOT FOR SALE

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Christian Hospital THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA

i I SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1962 PAGE 16

/ I Deserves SupportThe

beautiful, modern, effl-
cleat, staffed and operated Seadale Refinery To

"WOW" Christian Hospital is located at
AT LAST AT LAST that good ole Bahamian hospi 4700 NW 32nd Ave.
FAIR REAPPORTIONMENT tal ty. I will return to my off-
APPEARS ON TIlE WAY cial duties on Monday, August The 'growth of this hospital Employ 6,000 Workers
FOR FLORIDAYes 13. despite numerous odds, primary
of which are lack of
at last at last, at last, the White office I'm of away the,Miami my duties Times at i community participation and Employment opportunities for employed directly In the new

fair reapportionment definitely will be carried on by Miss cooperation, has been progres 20,000 persons with an annual Industrial complex with an ad.
appears to be on Its way to the Eunice Johnson, who will beaided income of more than $100,000,' ditional 14,000 Jobs created In
State of Florida Governor Farris and abetted by my regular sive.We realize that any institution 000 will be provided by the shopi, stores, banks and other
trade service and bust
Bryant on Tuesday, calleda secretary, Mrs. Ella Jean through Its period of growthand and proposed industrial Seadale park Oil in refinery South nesses, serving the needs supply of the*
Smith.
special session of the State development is b:set with Dade County, James D. Bush new Industries and new families
Legislature for August 1, to take And on radio station WMBM, shortcomings and often fail Jr., assistant to the president of moving into the area
up the matter of reapportion. my regular morning and afternoon ures. The administration of Seadale Industries Inc. said Ina He said immediate jobs will
meet, But Governor Bryant did newscasts will be carriedon Christian! Hospital is utilizingall talk before the !Economic So- be provided for 1,200 workers
not take this move voluntarilyor by the Rev. Ira McCall of of these errors and failuresas ciety of South Florida Wednes I during the construction of the
because he wanted to the the same station, Rev bases for Improvement and $10,000,000 oil refinery.
McCall
Governor took that move be substituted partially for me now feel that many of them day.Bush i "We are ready to start on this
cause he was virtually forced to last year and did a good job. have been totally eliminated based his Income estimate within 00 days after receivingthe
do so, following the historic I'm sure he'll do an even better on an average yearly salary final okay from county
ruling of a 3-Judge Federal job this year I'll' also return to and maintenance of only $5,000 which he said authorities," he declared.
Ownership .
Court, handed down in Miamion was "extremely low" considering
my regular newscast on Aug. of the hospital is not by any individual
Monday, which held thatIi'lorida's 13 the high percentage of skilled
following WORLD'S
legislative good hope will or group of individuals. technicians and craftsmen SEE THE
ment is both unfair< and apportion unconstitutional be a very, very rest. It is owned by the public, andIs who would be Included In the GREAT SPIRITUALAND

The court also gave maintained by participationand park industries, PSYCHIC READER
the State until August 13 to contribution of the public.
Daughters of Isis Set
start shifting legislative disrtl- "Actually the average Incomeof BISHOP HUNTER
there has been
Recently, : a
bution to meet United States For Minneapolis reorganization. The oil refinery workers is If yon are sick or worried, don't
complete the highest of all manufacturing
among
constitutional reqUlt n1ehts. fall to we me today. Office boon
administration consists of aBoard "
industries, he pointed
!The Cotirts ruling resulted Convention of Trustees whose chair out. dully 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Thursday
from a wiring on two combined man is Dr. W. A. Chapman, with t p.m. tn 0 p.m. Sunday 11 *Jn.t .
suits! filed by two Miami At MINNEAPOLIS (ASP) 18 members, and an unlimited Estimate of the number of 8 p.m.
torneya to declare Florida's re- The 51st annual session of thImperial' number of mdmbers-at-large. gobs to be created when the
RRADINGA
Court, Daughters of is in full ;
tt|>|>0rtitniirieiit system unconstitutional. $300,000,000 project
The Isis will be held here August 5 The personnel of the hospitalis operation was made by the '1.00
attorneys are through 10. More than racially integrated and con
1,000
Bechtel Corporation after a
Rlchnrd M II. Swann and Peter
II. Sobel. delegates along with members sists of 35 physicians, thre scientific study of the overall np
of their families will attend. resident physicians, with 24 Impact of the development on
Swann's suit was filed some hour medical and emergency the; economy of Dade County 5417 SW 17 St.
The imperial commandress, coverage, and a total of 45
three years ago, and Sobel's based on the effect of similar
'[rs. Ercelle Harmon Moore WESTflOLLYWOOD
and
nurses workers.
.
elsewhere.The
suit was filed the day after the projects
Buffalo, NY predicted weekof
F
a
U. S. Supreme Court ruled in unusual interest for the delegates The newly appointed execu- report stated that approximately -
jurisdiction.The March that. Federal Courts had on their first visit to the tive director Is a dedicated per I 0,000 persons will be FLA. PnOF.BAKER'S 'ftT1I1'Rf'
son bringing to the hosPital 14
Court also announced city.The years of experience in hospital 'rYIN".lEJr"M Jr II II 111f'.JrJrJl:J.rlnrlI.IflrrJrJCr..lrL.lr
convention will be theguest
management, most recent of
that if the State of Florida
\ does
of Fezzan Court No. 7 of which that of executiveat
not renpiioftidn fairly, it (the Minneapolis. Jackson was an FAMOUS CORNER
ronrtl will take the matter In Memorial Hospital.

hand and set-a formula for-the Among the highlights will be There is a definite and most 6901 NW 15th Ave.
State to follow in reapportion. the annual banquet and style gratifying change in the man

ing. review. Mrs. Sally Berry, Impe- agement and services of the OPEN 7 A.M. TIL B A.M.
rial outside and of
deputy
the spy hospital. One can be exposed to
Realizing that court was
Cincinnati is chairman.
not 'skidding .Gov. Bryant Immediately expert personal attention in a )
fell in line and called Mrs. Dorothy Baum of New setting conducive to speedy re- "PACKAGE GOODIES AND POOD"A

the special session. London, Conn., Imperial promotional covery.
director and her deputy, You the owners of Miami'sChristian ( Cool Spot Where You Enjoy Yourself (
Based upon past experience, Mrs. Annie Mae Dlckson of Co- )
Hospital, can greatly
the however it session is my will opinion that, ,umbla, S. C. expect a b U 8 y contribute to its continued CONRAD AND CAROLYN FARMER, PROPS. ()
special: reapportion /
ana .
week with the chaperones growth through your support, .
larger fairly counties and will their not give fair contestants who will compete participation and cooperation. &.J.\"JrJ.r.lLIr 1I 1r .MJ.II .i a irjrjri.. jrJTJTirfir.J.r.ll"J.oILAUULM..LoLII........

anti Just desserts It is for the title of Miss Shrine Ii ___ _____ .._ AI
my In prizes.
and
$5,000
opinion that those "die-hards1' 3uecn
from the small counties will I I
never vote fAit reapportionment New ''Doctors at For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call

fw the larger counties.
They are Just not made that Magnolia HospitalDr.

portionment W Y. Some will undoubted I Seymour Gardner andDr. .
Glassman are assoclatxl BONDED
come out of the special session, Paul and r
with Magnola Hospital
but like
nothing
nothing yes
clinic, 14310 NW 22nd Ave., Opa ,
it
a fair and equitable plan as
should be. It Is my honest opinion !ocka.
the will the Office hours: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
that court in
Doctors In
final analysis, have to step back dally available Sunday 2 at-' all p.m.times for RENTAL
into the picture, set-up a fair ire
reapportlonment system and or- emergencies. J ;. .
tier and virtually demand that I, ; ..
the system be carried out by /.
the state. Janitorial -t
AGENCY INC
The day of the small county Maintenance ServiceSince ,
domination of the Florida Leg 1050) ,-
islature is fast drawing to an (
office,
for
end and that is as it should Complete service ""* 11 '
be. Factories, cllnloa, homes SSESySS1 The largest collection and rental
cleaned, polished
homes Floors Goulds Office
VACATION TIME IS HERB and waxed in
in the South
Beginning this Saturday, July Laying till |II our specialty working with Bonded Rental agency ; operating
29. I will take my annual and Phone NE 4-7700 Agency for the pant six month,
much needed vacation break. As 5818 NW 19th Ave. Mfrvlnff the people of thin area, Dade and BrOWard VOUntlCSperlenct. '
usual, I plan to spend a major estimates! has been; a very rewarding ex
portion of my vacation in the Call or write for free Meeting the public Is
lad
Bahamas, enjoying more of an art well worth learning. At Negro Housing areas.
Bonded service l I. oar- watch-
word. Let us serve )'ou. We appreciate
I your business.MANAGING.

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