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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 11, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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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, 50 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY. AUGUST 11, 1962 16 PAGES CENTS



Teenage Gang Captured I 25. Million Dollar Downtown Urb =: 7WG131962 i




By Police Wednesday" : Renewal Project To Start Next j


GANG WARPREVENTED coin Fields apartments. Metro outlined its plans Wednesday The, Public Housing Admin. Some 3.000 families will be, ;'
Metro Officer It T. Biggs and for getting started Istration, at a meeting on Mon displaced either Uy the North-
Detective Dave Hellman got a within a year its 25-milllon-dol- day, authorized $80,000 to be South Expressway or the renewal 1:
tip Tuesday that the boys were lar urban renewal project. spent on the relocation project. project. The expressway
to estimates, and other streets will take I
riding around in a car, carry The massive According present up
Ten youths Including seven ing; guns, in the vicinity of will rebuild almost redevelopment the entire it will cost the county five million 88 acres, Ebel said. I ''
Juveniles were roundedup dollars. The project would be the
NW 17th Ave. and 67th St. They
slum 1
by) Metro Police Wednesday notified the city police who downtown district. Ebel said the renewal area first of four over a 10-year lij'
and several guns were seized, located the car but lost it in Assistant County Planning will include ICO acres bounded period in the entire 802 acres ,
which they said were to be the chase. Director Carl Ebel said federal by NW 21st Terr on the north, marked for urban renewal. '
used In a, "gang rumble. funds will be sought as soon NW 13th and 14th Sts. on the The success of the relocation I
Police units The two officers rounded up as relocation plans can be south NW 3rd Ave. on the east program depends largely on I
car carrying other searched youths for who a the group Wednesday. They worked out with Miami's Hous and the Seaboard Air Line rail whether the courts uphold the
allegedly have shotguns and found at various points three ing Authority. road tracts on the west. power of Metro.

at least one submachine gun. .32 .caliber revolvers.!..a .32 auto .:'
Taken "Into. "cu t ygw mane pistol and a .22 pump action '

rifle.
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nesday, the boys told officers Afro-American Newsman ;
that they were members of the The boys told the police they 11
"Project Boys" gang, and that went to Key West Sunday and:
they had planned to use the returned early Tuesday. The tNi Convicted For Cuba Trioi
guns In a fight with the "Lin police ttelieve: the guns were
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coln Fields" gang. bought in Key West.
William Worthy Jr., 40, a re- !. The newsman was tried under -
The "Project Boys" live in Five of the group were sentto porter for the Baltimore Afro- a 1050 presidential "nation- ,
the James E. Scott Homes, a Youth Hall Two were plac 4tk American, was convicted here al emergency" proclamationwhich t
government low-cost housing ed in the custody of their pa' Wednesday on a charge of making contains restrictions on
project. The "Lincoln Fields' rents. The other three were ta an Illegal round trip to entry into this country by U.S.
gang are residents of the Lin- ken to Jail. r,. I Cuba. citizens.

-- Worthy violated a federal Worthy told spectators in the
law October 10, 1001, when he courtroom that he was refused
Justice entered the U. S. at the Miami rooms at the Fontalnebleau and
D.epartm.entBaCkS. International Airport after an Seville hotels at Miami Beach
I. unauthorized trip to Cuba, U. and was denied breakfast at the
S. District Judge Emott C. Dupont Plaza Coffee Shop, apparently -
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Albany Rights
Fight
: .. 4 Choate, ruled Both hotels because are known of his to race.re

The Justice Department, step.. city's request for an injunction 4p Because tot a,news-gathcrlng ceiva, Negro guests normally.
ped In Wednesday In the..court banning further protests. w mission to Red China and Jn ,July 1001, Worthy 'sailed
fight over the civil rlghu'struggle I against segregation. d' V Hungary in 1959, the State Department from New York without o .
pass
in Albany, 'Ga. The department said the had refused to renew lie Is reported to have
I port.
The department filed a friendof city of Albany did not have the : .. 4 worthy's passport for the Cuba said that his destination was!
the court brief opposing the I,right to impose segregation on I trip Mexico. But he became sick
IJENRY HARRISON CURE-
Negroes and then stifle their I
The Judge withheld sentence nnd disembarked at Havana for
rights to peacefully protest ,YEn, 1222 NW G3rd St., was pending a report on Worthy's medical treatment, and stayed
against the racial barriers. the victim of an accidental background. Assistant U S. there for two and a half
Federal District Judge J. drowning Aug. 5 at Blue Lagoon Attorney Dan Pearson said months. ..
Robert Elliott took the case Lake. Young Cheever wasa Worthy faces a maximum pen The ship doctor testified that
under advisement after eight graduate of Northwestern alty of five years in Jail and Worthy did not report his Ill
days of testimony. High, class of I960 and way a $10,000 fine.. ness.
The Rev. Martin Luther student aU Dade County Junior
King Jr., who has been Jailed ,College at'' the Mime of his '
for taking part in a racial death lie,' is survived by his
test July 27, said he was "very grapdmother,' Mr$. Leila Chee I "Ole Miss" Must Admit NegroesJames 'I
definitely" encouraged and ver; two sinters, Geneva and
pleased by the Justice depart Justine three uncles, six aunts. Meredith may become lowed to bring tho case before
ment's action. Funeral services will be
held
the: first ''Negro to enter the Court.
the U, S Supreme
Mayor Asa D. Kelley Jr., said Church. 11 at :3:SO p.m. University of Mississippi if the
the deportment's move w a a at the of'God: in Christ latest decision of the U. S. The Court ruled this week
"an .affront: to those of us )Jn: NW 5th ave. and 17th st. with Fifth Circuit Court 'of AppealsIn that the stays of Cameronwere
the South who are prepared to Range Funeral Home directing. New Orleans holds good "unauthorized, erroneous

stand fast for law and order. ,.. r Federal Judge Ben Cameron, and Improvident, and each of
for a third time had ruled that them Is hereby vacated and set
Officers Hayes the state of Mississippi be al- aside forthwith."

gree from I Atlanta University Suspended For
and the degree of Doctor of
Philosophy from New York 18 MonthsPolice
University. He is ;also the re,
clplent of the;; honorary degree Officer Orange Hayes
DAYTONA BEACH Dr. Doctor of Philosophy degree employed at ,the 11th Street
James A. Colston will deliver from! New York University Precinct bas been found not "
the commencement address to He is also the recipient of the guilty of improper handling of : V. '
the summer graduating class &t honorary Doctor of Laws fromMsfisiouth bond fines. However the Civil j :: T'V
., Bethune-Cookman' College*at \ College, Monmouth.. Service Board found hIm. guilty I :: ,
10 a.m. on Saturday; Aug. 11, Ill'and ,Morehouse I' College, of conduct unbecoming an officer V
in the Gertrude 1I0tchkJna.Heyn.Atlanta Ga, and recommended that hebe
Memorial ChapeL Miami graduates in] the August suspended for 180 days on
! Dr. Colston a nativr.of Florida Class are: Bachelor of Arts each of three counts filed
., received his: high school degree McCloud Britt, Geraldine !- against. him. ;
diploma and bachelor of"science : Lewis; Era 'Richardson :' i iI
degree from Morehouse Lawton and Herbert Benjamin I I Hayes says he is not guilty ,t
Wimberly. of the charges. $ if
College the master of, arts de- : pi any ,' M I -- f

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Youth Gangs Blamed 1n2 ShootingsYouthful

I LABORATORY CLASSROOM This fall Hampton

gang members, arm back 'In" front of a building at iy. "Please, don't" : iidtitute's, Department of, Elementary Education will inflate -
ed with pistols and rifles are 2145 NW 55th SL Hurt badly, Lovett staggered ungraded elemenfey} school as part of its teacher
believed to be 'the cause of two Moments later' Mrs. Zelver to,the backdoor of a nearby rep* : training program. Under: the direction of Head Teacher
seperate shootings Wednesday Gilbert 18. was shot in the neckas ld nce ,where he collapsed. Miss Helen M. Hires of :Miami, Fla., the school will be
she walked with Mrs. Gilbert of
: her young 1720 NW 76th
\ and night a that left mother a social in worker critical toby in her ana on 73rd St St, was hit once as a youth staffed by full time teachers, aided by junior students in
condition.young near 21st Are.Witnesses fired four times while runnfawr the college' 'education department. '

to the Lovett pan her and then dlaappared Above, Miss Julia G. Williams (left) and! Mis Roberta -
James Lorett 31, a social shooting said an unidentified Into the darkness.!
worker from Tuskegee Ala., youth ''fired four shots at him Lovett works for the Florida Finney, first teachers named to the new school's staff,
was shot three times in the though Lovett hued frantleal- State Welfare Department. assist Mina Hiffgs in planning for the school's opening .J





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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA I
I ICons Down Coo Raiford Escapee Killed

!tPAGE SATURDAY, AUGUST II, 1962 :
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assailant Stevenson was carr ylhg: dd
BLASTED BY4S'HOTGUNS his and a. gun when killed Police
178,000 Expected At Police from throughout the said the niohey arid !tin were
area joined 'Jn the hunt for thelohg.hatred part of the loot taken last weekin
I Negro. A police bulletin a burglary tit a tirtsS! sTiop1,
l described him as having
An escaped convict from Ral hW so long, lie could be,,mIs- Police said a record check revealed
School Opening Sept 4 ford State' Prison' who) undo taken for a woman, gtevensoa that SteVenson also was
down a young 'whife was cpr red., Ui, Ti ? rQofninglase a ,"eder :pdrple violator
policeman was Cbrnered, and killed as ha e, 9tJ1.t *'
transfer while' under ft bed. ai>q. Ur# eseaJ from''slate prison
IDurlnf the summer months cure a which they killed hiding flicer\; ., -
rail junior and senior high must present to the school said Winter Park at ,Raitqrdv about .th r ee weeks
Pollee
:schools are open daily, Monday serving thelmew residence'address. The policeman, J. 'E. Owens two i ago. It ;: ad..beeil serving asert.
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''through Friday and transfersor Elementary pupils do was hit at least twice in. ,|)he ofticers .andV.t.W0: .Qrlazjda toffcers ,epcd f safe,_bur lar 1 ,.'
repiM-ratlon may be done at i not need transfers but must report chest and '6hce in the aWonienbr ; knocked Stevenso on the:dOQ1'o\jthe"W8' ,, t ,- .y' .. _.
:any \ftlle. Principals will .be In to the school serving the shots fired fronfa .32 cjllbr tQOthtre: )
the Wementary schools on Aug. II new residence address. "24 and pupils who have not PUPILS Janies SteVenson, 25. Owen ; } '
WHCTWILtTChangeschools about 3 the door. Stevenson waaJtound '
Stopped Stevenson a.m. -
Y/revlously registered are urged because a new school under bed. Wherujrdec. ;dN :College Fund
to do .beRinninf on.this.date and was shot as he checked his hiding a ni gro
and thus avoid the lastminuterush has been established or boundary identification Owen staggeredto ed to come out, he fired one wishes to thank the owners of
August 28. lines changed These his patrol car and radioed for shot and was cut down by Dreamland.Estates for the donation

Most on of the 178,000 pupils expected ,change pupils were last notified May and of need this I help and gave the Identity' of blasts from four shotguns I which_helps the colleges,
at the opening of schoolon I tnat CIO not get state help
to the school
only report new I
Sept. 4 were registered for i on first day of classes, Sept. 4. II I
this year during Spring Regis FIRST GRADERS who did Club Patron Resents Mrs. Taylor leaves for Dallas
tration Week held last April. I Night
However any pupils in the fol- not register in April These Texas to attend,NARI D.
I
lowing groups who have not pupils report with birth certificates Mrs. Ora D. Taylor, was hon
previously registered must do to proper school by Miami Police IntimidationDear ored with a big.send-off to Dallas -
so on or before August 28: August 28.PUPILS. Texas to attend the National
PUPILS WHO HAVE moved NEW to County Editor: sold unless 'there has been a Association of Real Estate

into another school area Since Close of School in June- I would like to ask a question violation of the law and he has Brokers, by the students and

go Junior lo school or senior attended high last pupils year All port pupils to schools in this serving group their re- of the City of Miami, especially Director been called or that he has a war moialtRealfa Trammell School. Mrs Me.
Chief of Police Headley, -
or to school to which their area any day. Monday through !: of Public Tom Kelly rant. I am not referring to the Taylor's niece,. *the*attractiveMrs.
records have been sent and se- Friday, on or before August 28. Safety vice squad. We as Negroes are Cardra ,Trammel was the
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and Robert K. High.
Mayor
.. not bothered by the B-girl situa- capable host for this specialised
--
As a Negro who who lives in
I this county am I to be Intimidated tion and this harassment and Intimidation ,group.

.. everywhere I go by the has got to stop.I .
C .i n x police department- am refer Mrs. Rose Lee Smith was
ring to places of entertainmentthat am not the only one complaining visiting in the city. She was the
but Mr. Mayor,
are open to the public. please, guest of her aunt, Mrs. Ruth
Director Kelly,
For example let me cite an In- Chief let Headley take friends out for Twigg, 3013 NW 48th Terr Mrs.
iq t 'At cident that happened to me Sat me evening''my of fun and don't Smith is a nurse in the Bellevue -
an '
urday night at the club called have a cop to come up to me and : Hospital of New York City.
"The Mad Hat" which is located
48
embarrass me. I am a man
at Biscayne Blvd. and 8th years old and I do know right Mrs. Doris Marie Dorsett

St.I from wrong. Mrs., Mildred Williams and Mrs.
was there with guests and Louise Williams of Miami were
had a nice time. Naturally I had Respectfully yours, the 600 cosmetologistswho
drinks (liquor) because Iwouldn't Rocky Beckham among In attendance at the
go to a night club1 just 702 NW 2nd Ave. National i were Beauty Culturists'

to hold hands and drink Educational Institute,
League
I[ like whiskey, buy it and drinkit. held last week at tha Pick-
A policeman in uniform, a Times' Ads Pay Off! I Carter Hotel, Cleveland, Ohio.
motorcycle l cop to d be exact..apjiauviicu I I
JUG an my aa
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we were leaving and told me
ajj that if I drove my car from the
area he would put me in jail.
Now, I don't get this kind of
action because I know that a
CICERO SCOTT MRS- 'ROSA GREEN SCOTT uniform policeman is not allowed
I trlct of Columbia Regional Of.Appointed -\ in an establishment where
flees in the near future._ alcoholic beverages are being r

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CHICAGO, 111. Cicero Scott

age 52, of was Industrial appointed to Training the position I .STAR MEAT MARKET


Adviser for the Chicago area by

Secretary of Labor Arthur J. 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
Goldberg this week. He was assigned
FREE DELIVERY D R U
to the Regional office of _

the U. S. Department of LaUor's =:T-- ; -.-'*r'I''I'II
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Hureau of Apprenticeship and
Training at 105 West Adams St. THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE HAROLD JOLUVETTEV

In Chicago.Mr. .
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Scott will work with ." ., ,,"' ..<* ; *
unions and employer groups in & ;
the Midwest to arrange training Fresh Meat-Low Prices
:and apprenticeship
programs
For stI
for members of racial minority ,
groups. Scott recently was field
representative for the AFL- :

CIO, and for many years v/a
employed by the Building DOLPHIN MOTEL & CLUB
Trades Unions in the South Hurry! Hurry! Hurry.!
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Local 97 of the Metal Polishers JEKYLL ISLAND, GEORGIAAmerica' ..
Union, and Molders and Foundry -
Workers' Union. He was en- <'
gaged in organizing activities, Year Round Sepia Playground .

contract negotiations, setting
up
training programs and in re- Conventions Club Groups Families alway welcome r. BRAND

'crultlnpr, counseling and supervising NErW3bedroom
Negro workers. Private Beach Cocktail Lounge Beautiful Rooms
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Scott formerly of Sleveland, For a Terriffic Vacation Call Mr A. Robinson, Mgr. 2 bath homes \
Is a graduate of Tuskegee Institute I I H ***1'' !**

Is married to the former I NEptune 5-2273 or NEptune 5-9986 in Jekyll Island)
Low Down
Rosa Green Jones of Miami and PaymentLow
resides at 8137 South MichiganAve.

., Chicago. I

He Is one of three minority I Monthly PaymentsIn

group industrial training advisers -
HAMPTON
appointed by the Secretary I H HOUSE beautiful Richmond
to the Bureaus' Regional Offices. *"' HeightsOPEN
Mrs. Amy Terry of New Club .

York City will serve In New I .--.;:;: SUNDAY 2 TO 6 P.M.
York, and Charles .. .
R.
Jaymes .- '"
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19 African. Students Bound For UNCF CoIIe&es I
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NEW YORK Awarded four States each young African will Three groups of American
year scholarships: at United be the house guest of a private Colleges, Including UNCF, !Initiated
family from Aug. 13 to Aug. the student project in
Fund member
Negro College 27," Mr. Smothers said. The 1961 "to select and educate
Institutions, a group of 19 Af- two-week home-stays have been promising young Africans 'in
rlan students are sheduled to I I arranged by "The ExperimentIn skills needed by their devel.
,4 a arrive in the Port of New International Smothctssaid.
Living, with oping lands, Mr.
York, August 13, according to headquarters in Putney, Vt. .
James R. Smithers Jr., UNCF'Sdirector
of educational service Family visits will be followedby "The groups have not Joined
The young men and women a two-week, UNCF-sponsored forces as the African Scholar-
from seven countries comprisethe college orientation programat ship Program of American
!c' J1ciPII! second group to matriculate Atlanta University, Aug. 27. Universities. The organization
at UNCF colleges under Sept. 8. The students, who come Includes famed private universities
the African Scholarship Pro- from Kenya, Nigeria, Nyasa- large state universities!
grom inaugurated last year. land, Rhodesia, Sierra Leonne, and small church.related colleges -
This year's African (Ifreshmenwill Uganda Tanganylke, will then in all sections of the
attend 16 of the 32 UNCF report on campuses In Alaba. counrty. The host schools:
member institutions. ma, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana grant four-year scholarships.
"To acquaint them with day- Mississippi, Tennessee, Living expense for the full1
to-day living in the United Texas and Virginia. four years are provided by the
U. S: Department. .of State.Roundtrip ,
travel costs are assumed -
-I Iu Uy the home countriesof ;
Lauderdale Teenager Drowns the students."


/ I Irvine To Escape Police MIAMI TIMES ADS j I
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I FORT LAUDERALE A 17- other men believed to have been I DON'T COST THEY PAY :

year-old l Fort .Lauderdale youth I i involved. .,
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rowned 'cuuj uuvMiuajr wen
he jumped into a canal to escape I
.xt police. For Sale 3 Bedroom CBS I
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This photograph was taken at House Motel and Villas. There James Edward Williams, 707 Tile roof Oak Floors
the recent National Insurance will be approximately 100 In attendance NW 3rd St., shortly before 3 a.m. Carporte
Association Convention July 23- The Hampton House Sgt. Tony Kozloski said the
27 at the Statler Hilton Hotel in was warmly received at the NIA youth dove into the water at $500 DOWN $85 MONTH
Los Angeles, California., convention and the film, "The NW 21st ave. and 36th St.
Left to right they Theo Torch of Friendship" went.over When the officer approached to 2269 N.W. 49th Street
are
dore A. Jones past president of in, a big way investigate a car off the road at i
the National insurance Association Other conventions scheduledfor that location. i t New 4 bedroom 2 bath $1,000 down
East Grant, Decca record. 1062 and 1963 at Hampton One of the youth's compan I
ing star, visiting the convention': House are: ions, a 28 year-old woman Corner 8th Ave. & 56th St. ''JE 1.5973HOM'EPL
Earl P. Dickerson, president of Nationwide Hotel Association, claimed Williams and three oth I
Supreme Liberty Life Insurance er men had raped her. The wo .
October 1447, 1062. -*--"--*--*- --*-'*- --'
man was held on a charge of
Co; Harry Markowitz, represent.
United Golfers Association
ing the Hampton House Motels public intoxication.Also .
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Conference, March 22.24, 1963.
and Villas at this conventionand arrested in the incident '
Charles A. Davis, executive Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Distract were EUward Evans 23, of 308 Tilf 18381CALLS $1 50
director of the Natlanal Insur Meeting, April 11.13, 196:). NW 7th Ave., and Arthur Hanes,
ance Association.At National Alliance of Postal 30, of 405 NW Oth Ave. both of REPAIR SALES TRADE-IN
this convention the NIA in Employees Convention, May 29- Fort Lauderdale pending investigation (RADIO -
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4 SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 196! ir- T F Since the opening of the
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: Mad JilrClUb;.the Life on 6th

and Collins onjthe Beach, has
r Miami done' the Same thing with
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II. K. 8ir.TSMtND KEKVKS Editor and Publisher NEXT NEEK, this colunii Dewey Johnson, at .BakerN .;week,. till time, .Live
Golden
GARTH O. REEVES, Managing Editor will come to a short halt: ]Y(II'Famous Corner*:,sez, hejs' going .Life, I :very Minute of
.. chit; it Peace!
---- ---- hope to be cutting out for: to start serving ttarbeciie

SUBSCRIPTION RATES Memphis Tenn., around the<, _._ ...._,... '''' '''''' 4_
OVR YEAR l$ .OO SLY MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6,00 6
17th for the UGA Golf Tournament ., '
Member of the Associated Negro Prt'88'
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association! which opens on the 20th 1r Jackson's Toddle Inn
for five' days. When I return,..; | ,
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 0, 102T, at the Post Officeat shall then take off' for Nassax 1
Miami, Florida Under the art of March 3, 1876 ,
and Marietta's Guest House fora ; OFFERS -----
"" "CREDO OF Tim NEGRO PRESS" week or two, so that,I car
THE NTXJRO: PRESS'! believes that America can best lead the world rest up from the Golf Tourna The best in pre-school training
from racial and national antagonisms when it accords to every mai ment. (us pros must rest, ho])
regardless of race, color or creed his human and legal righto. Hating Meanwhile, back at the ranch.
no man, fearing no man-the Negro Press strives to help every man Negroes are still packing the The finest primary instruction:
In the firm belief that all men are hurt as long as anyone Is held Mad Hat Club on Biscayne
back. Boulevard. When Louise Drls Registration and Inspection of Facilities Daily
1 clerk at the Hampton
House?her husbkmd and daughter BEGINNING SUNDAY, AUGUST 19TH
DRIVE CAREFULLY were stopped by the police
and told her:, daughter couldn'tgo ." 10' a.m.. to 6 p.m.
wheel of automobile I in because she didn't have '
When\ get: behind the an
you her ID card, Mrs. Driscol (God RATES $7.00 PER WEEKHot
the highwlay, it is well
whether you are in the city or on bless her) went back to Liberty
to remember you must\ be careful, observing all traffic City and returned with :a .Lunches Insured Transportation
rules. You are operating a vehicle that: brings much plea- small trunk full of ID's for her ,; '
take not only daughter, and told the police. TRAINED' TEACHERS
handled your
sure, but if not carefully may man to take his pick. She said,
life and the life of those you love, but of other innocent "This is not Russia This Js I Why..settle for less your child deserves the best
people. America, and as an American,
White or Black, you are not
3038 NW 48th Terrace NE 4-4308
We know it should not be necessary to tell (anyone going to stop me from going

who drives a car these things, but when we read, our my any husband place I is choose.in the Right service now of Jllrs. I. B. Jackson Mosley, Owner Supervisor

papers and see how many, lives are taken unnecessary,.it his country and you dared to ,
convinces us that this reminder can at least do no harm. I try to Intimidate me. I suggest
that you think again, and try
This brings us to !the warning| ( given by ,the Florida to bear with It. We, as Negroesare
Highway Patrol that is now conducting an 'intensive here to stay and the hand- BOWLING ATBUNCHELANES
"
writing ison.. the wall. With .
state-wide drive on violators concentrating, .upon,,the, ..violations that, she, her husband and' ."
most likely ,.to kill. laughter walked in the door of
the Mad Hat club and had a
The patrol said they do not.,get a number of acci- call.

dents resulting from! improper passing, (but when they get

one three or four people are killed. QUICK NOTE DEPT: A lot Is Fun For 'Everyone From 8 to 80

of folk have asked me not to The of Fabulous Bunche Lanes
Motorists are warned that: it is illegal to pass on the skip a Quick Note Department, I' Management

right, unless the other car is making a left turn.It so here goes Pretty Dancer, 2282 W. Bunche Drive
Vanilla Williams, won't be
is illegal on a two-lane highway to pass on the dancing for quite a while. She

tersection, on a railroad track, on a hill, on a curve or was in a, four-car smash-up and Opa-locka:
100
stitches
were required in
meeting oncoming trjaffic.Trfaiffic her leg Pampered Poodle, I Wishes; to personally tha owner, Sam Robinson is .
violators got.a break last week ,when Metro a birthday party, at planning the I. the first of a series of "Learn to Bowl Clinics"
commissioners by a vote of seven to five cut out court appearance Mad Hat Club for his life, Janst .
for six violations. Sgt. Jesse 'Nash, winner
of the Immaculate Dozen Con. \. ATTENTION UAD1ES: !
Violators can now mail in fines for the following: test, took off for Nassau .via
Cunnard Eagles Airways for Tuesday a.t1 8 p.m. YOU can learn to bowl FREE
No drivers, license, running a stop sign, running a the trip and fun he' won. The .
ticket was donated by North ?-FREE NURSERY: (SO BRING THE CHILDREN)
signal light, flailing to yield a right-of-way, improperturn Travel Bureau'! Marietta MCA'Phee :
speeding up to 10 miles above the limit in zones of donated the living accom FREE: SHOES FREE INSTRUCTIONS FREE

30 miles an hour and less. modations at her Guest House; BOWLING FREE REFRESHMENTSCome
Roy Bowe donated entertainnent. -
We will see just how this! will work. It's a conven- We know he'll enjoy his qn ladies-Bowling is fun at Bunche Lanes
ience, but court? trip. .


And remember the saying: : ',t' 1 .,, 1't; ,.. .. ,- -,-..
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If you drink, don't drive. J iI1 ,
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If you drive, don't :
PIn PARKING
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L \ OP Tit! A,& P TOWNtSNAPPYS "

BUS MANAGEMENT NOT NECESSARY;
SNAPPY"SDISCOUNT
According to Sheriff Thomas: Kelly there are at w *' '

the present time 14 mental daises in Dade County jail. "We SHOES
have no where :to put them," said the sheriff. He was

speaking at a .meeting of the American Psychiatric As- N.W. 37ft St..ld N.W.. 27ft Ave. NEAR: swlriNAwl:.'.1
sociation in the Columbus Hotel. --- -

It's just too bald that these unfortunate 'people must i, .. ,

occupy prison cells, not because of crimes committed, but TENNIS SHOES

because of poverty.

We go )a long way in, providing for some people}' who %%% \ ''T '' For Women and Girls

are far more fortunate than our mental cases.
Every pairAmerican

Could not money be found for a much needed build. ,_ :%' made
ing at Kendall? How about $120,000 to be spent for employing ;

National City Management to 'operate the Miami

Transit system? According 'to the financial report madeto

Metro by Octavio Cuevajs, manager of Metro buses, tr ... r
w.
the system is making money. Valfues 9i7"known
to 4.99 I

Then why not leave well enough \lalone? From America's makers boot of '.: r

County Manager Irving McNayr opposes employingthe Tennis shoes.

National City Management Company. Such a move, Many Styles, Sizes 4 to. 11 Many colors
he says, would be a terrible mistake and would open the
whole labor problem (again.
Companion Value
We are in accord with Manager McNayr, and we Men's and Boys BRING THIS' AD
hope the Metro commission will not ratify the Transit l'
Authority's action for employing the National City Man ball Heavy duty basket Y '
sneakers. Sizes .
agement Company. : FREE. Candy for the Kids'PAIGE
u to 6.6Ys to iL .
Why not use that money: for a building to help unfortunate -
mental cases?



China Valles Radio THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA


Show is Hit From I SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1962_. PAGESAlumni


Knight Beat Meeting REPOSSESSED
'
Direct from the Knight Beat .trh re' will be a meeting of Mattresses \ Box Springs. ,I "

AR HIEPINOR NW Room 6th of St.the, and Sir 3rd John ave.,Hotel radio, the class 1953 ,of Dorsey High Like new': $10 PAWED

Q ) station WMBM: has begun School at the Jam E. Scott
FURNITURE
lit
broadcasting live, five hour Community Center !ding on

shows nightly Tuesday thru Wednesday, August, 13. Pleasebe
Sundays, from midnight to 5 1334 N.W. 54th St.' 1
; "TALK TO 'Jlte" Little Wll week after a short vacation a.m. present and on time.

lie John did just that and here. Accompanying them were W -""- -. PL T 5794ANDREWS'
,some more. His 3-nlght stand at Johnnie Mae's three sisters .I
Jimmie will feature rsonalityguests'
Johnny Lemelo's King: of, ,and her mother l' name -
Hearts CluU received record Washington, the dapper Northwestern : 'IiI discussing a ,Variety of JEWELERS I
Prof has been taken
attendance at the popular 7th I interesting topics.
::
Ave club. With Sam end Dave, out of circulation by cute and tCXPKRT WATCH AND
petite Delores Smith, an Orchard Stunning songstress Fayrny
Mona Lisa and Little Will, this CLOCK RKPAIIta
Villa school marm. Shelar opens the special pro-
weekend "Battle of Songs" will
I Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Huyler 10. ,Listeners will 40 Years In BusinessAll
really stop all shows .. 15th gram August
Ave movie house, the Liberty and children, Russell KennethJr. Have the opportunity to attend'the work guaranteedFP
Theatre recently made, one of ., Denise and Nick[e of Nas- 4' actual shows at a special 3.0152
tau, are vacationing with Mr. rate with the use of a password
its employees 0 ladyat ....,
that. Its manager. with Gilbert Styles at his home, F broadcast nightly. 303 N.W. 2nd Ave. ; j
now daily
open 1530 NW 75th St. Mr. Huyler Is '" ,

special. .early When matinee you say JoAnn Saturdays School headmaster and Mrs.at Western Huyler teaches Senior "1/1;,,t",; ," I Lv FU- :

you must think of Jazzy Red.She's home economics. ... JOIN THE N
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his discovery in these .
Janet Nelson of Jacksonville, '
parts. Well she and Chickie a sophomore at Tenn. State, Is 'i" All new show on I II
Horne still holding down '
are 4 CAPITOL
,.
house of classmate Bonnie
guest I I
that 27th Ave. the l The
popular Stage
spot ( .
Anita Moore at 1411 NW tI w- '. I
Hampton House. Now don'task 55th Terr. 7. ;[
about my boy Jazz, butI ,' I
Wed. 9
can tell you this. He's the FROM TIIK Secretarial end of tJ'I IflY.' THEATRE Every p.m.
hottest thing to hit Charlie's I this sheet, Barbara Bo'Ney f /; "
bowling alley.BLANCHE come best wishes for the hap- JIMMY REEVES
piest birthday yet to Barbara -1 ./
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CALLOWAY is rtolle Burrows, Aug. '5; Sher-l I and his
The
station is located at 1490on
raving over the ladles night out leigh Ray, Aug. 6 and Franklin"Tony" the radio dial. PARADE OF STARS
at the Bunche Lanes. As Turner, Aug. 8, James Disc
Jockey China Valles will
Blanche puts It, "The girls real. Bendross and Smiling Frlentz I spin top records and interview With the Rocketeers ,
ly bowled themselves into gloryall Bullard ex.horn tooter; .
visiting celebrities
from the local sensational
who are too wonderful to for and
nite long. Blanche features II
of Miami
mecca nlte life.
Miss Petite of "PD
special ,children and grown' up jet I Known as the originator of Little Cora
nltes at the lanes and its really Week: Dorothy Kelly, schoolmarm the new dance craze "The
'a"fine place for Just this Perrlne. Richmond Hts. ,
typeof Is called "home." Nope'' not Chicken Scratch, the Knight plus BIG TALENT CONTEST I
entertainment.
I I attached I I I Beat Room hosts Clyde KillensBARKLEY'S $ $ $ CASH PRIZES $ $ $ I IAttention

FREDDIE GRANT'S Hammond .
Organ Combo and E. I
Lois Forman are inviting you CUT-RATE STORE j
to the Life Bar the Miami

Beach spot Cato Roach, "TIIK FRIENDLY.STORE WITH THE WARM WELCOME"

School principal In of Ft.Walker Lauderdale Elementary, was 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4.2376 All Park

married this week to Mrs. Mar. MIDSUMMER SALE ,
garet Blake, assistant principal
of Blake High in Tampa .
Deluxe Nadlnola 1.00'I IJon't forget your films Lane
EmployeesLocal
Poitler
Nassau's
Sidney gift to Polaroid and picture roll
Hollywood, left Miami for New Candle Alna Tranquil 1.08
York this week after a lklay( P cease o Seta Hair (Good and Ribbons '
in Greater
been
retreat In Grand Bahama wherehe Bleach and Glow Straightening Combs 70* No. 133, AjFL-CIO has
finished up a stage play he Cream 70, comb 794 Miami since 1933, affiliated with Hotel, Restaurant,
is writing. Employees and Buildlers ,International Union 'with
A Variety of Cards for all Occasion.
members and 700 local throughout the
480 000
SOMEONE TOLD i
Gar t h
Gifts of all descriptions. Use our layajway I
Reeves that the Shell's United States Canada Alaska Hawaii and Puerto
Super ,
OPEN DAILY AND SUNDAY 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.
Market Restaurant had ceasedits JOlfN Rico, and membership here is good) all over the
discriminatory policy against McMINN} OwnerNo
Negroes, so he went down I country.We.
Wednesday to check it out. The have accomplished' conditions for our people

woman manager same over and i beyond belief, with maby gains. Above all, security,
said, "I'm sorry sir but wedon't
dignity, non-discrimination. Wages are the same for
all
serve you in here.
Garth asked her to explain the all, depending on classification.
term "you all." She replied, We have contracts with the best 'locals in our
"You allColored people.' So area.
Garth had lunch at Howard
Johnson where the; food is FREE EMPLOYMENTWe
much, much better, wonder now come under the jurisdiction of the

NLRB, a federal cfgency that guarantees workers

for HATS OFF to Jimmy Burn* the right to choose a union of their choice by secret
plugging for some of Jake
Gaither Rattlers in the North the English ballot. After the election the employer must bargain

South Mahi Shrine game. Most with the union for the workers involved!)

Negroes boycott the game because This is a chance of a lifetime for the workersat

invite outstanding the Shriners Negro refuse play-to keepsocool.! Park Lane Cafeterias to help themselves by votingfor

ers Detective Fred Ebron i the union. They will become first-cla/ss citizens

Is still being kidded by fellow and have a voice in their job, and write their own

stolen officers about while having vacationing his badge In (mix Gordon's Qin in a tally demands.

New York. Someone broke Into There is more to a job than just wages. One

his car George and Johnnie iced drink-and will too!)* must have security, dignity, seniority, knowing
Mae Pittman returned you
to ,
when report for work job is waiting for
you
your you.
the big fight in Albany Ga. last I
Yes, a vote for the union will bring you and your

family a better tomorrow.

ti The Engllib are not wily fazed, Give yourself A chance and VOTE YES for the

: 11/4 ACRES ,ft by summer heat. This union. It'. a vote for yourself.

national talent was given a cheer Election will be held Wednesday, August 14,

PALM BEACH accompaniment In 1769.when and voting will take place eta HIALEAH' STORE,

Alexander Cordon Introduced 10 sum to 11 M.m.f CORAL WAY STORE, 2 p.m. to

$375 I his' remarkable gin. The 3 p.m.; 6272 S. Dixie Highway, 3:45 p.m. to 4s45

Cordon's you drink today p.m.

'If *.. Vrf lit .. I harks back to/his original Here is your chance to be free and not be en
37S Ml WI... 1% IIaM..n." formula,becatut one does slaved insecure. VOTE
kM/et/... f.e.bI... i or YES. In union there is
| S4 rii. .,.. MlML air with of ,
a. not tamper fin strength. Call) your union for information.
t. ",. M.... t N. [ any
Jj hId such distinctive dryness 7" I Besides a, contract with improved conditionsand
= .:::=.. ..=
all 4 h I* "rtrMii'to'svl and flavour.' Try It soon / better take-home pay, the union provides Free
I f"lk M M. .. M VMTMrvrwrty ... ... la Gin It Tonic ONDRY
CIeII es.d VhS ...... rwMN. a tangy Medical Clinic, a Life Policy of $1,000, Int. Life
M ...... .... Tom C4 1ft1. YotfM [ClH
or Policy $250. And mil contracts provide
.N. ...., Mh ..... hospitalIzation
title S.,..... wrAn set why, summer and and weekly1 benefits arid $1,000 policy all
.. -
.. tI ** **** *uatnu
..' ..,.... ...... IMda I. winter; Cordon's Gin paid for by the employer. \

0 .".....CMNMTN... CMW ftt"Lh84 MfI I Is the b'.aec..eller' In It's worth while fighting for security and free
I Ml taNnMtlM. M t I IM America tad
England '
-.r: sill. M .. ws5 dom.
.....NI TW V. fW MfK Indeed the world!
.....,back .. Mt MfWWh SS
toy*. 24 r.M ki MJu Club & Restaurant Employees & I

Nst Ratner, Raalter 'I sous tsrlsss rr rt naoz opt t nmue runt otstt b fear.

k MJ. r d.rsl Kd ton' UMMMr.litaffM

JE 1-5664 ,
Miami bach, Florida I Local No. 133, AFL-CIO

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N EVER CLOSED; P, = Prices Good thru August Jlth WeIIur'sAG Store Only
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Neck Bones 150 Ox-Tails ", 25e

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Swift Picnics 29 Turkey Necks 19BACON'

PORK
Ecomony Ib 35C
Chitterling '1016 $1.89 SLAB Ib 39C

PRODUCE Frozen &Dairy.BIRDSEYE
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1/2 GAJLLON MANOR HOUSE
White 10 Ib Ice Cream od@$5:: 190

Potatoes 391 DINNERSi
3 POUNDS BAKERITE
S9c i I Chicken -, Beef
YAMS 31b 29* Shortening t" Turkey

16 OZ UBBY ,. *.y f ''.: .
"I''t 1-: { 39
Bananas Ib 10 'Corned Beef l Hash i'2 for 65* I :
12 Oz. Minute Maid Orange
6 Oz.Minute Maid Orange QUART KRAFTCooking Orange Juice
&.;Salad ,' :..59 w
JUICE] 4 for 794 I. .<01 *: 2 for 69*
We'''(ash Payroll Checks(>,. 'Coldf BeAt All'7ime' s r rSNU0.FINE ."Open, ftfours.rA Day
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Cream Corn 3 for 49? .',1 CHUNK;.'. TUNA 3 for 790

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COTPS OR CANADA DRY t.$ : ; .-Assorted"'Color.*: Ji
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA

SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1962 PAGE 7
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I I STATE LITTLE LEAGUE j94

,
TOURNAMENT AT ST. PETEThe j1y


annual Oranges 'State Bradshaw.vlll wa I
Recreation Association little be held In St. Petersburgn .\
league baseball tournament August 8/10.Ther.e: will be a
.Welve and under team repre-
'".r' ;Anting the WMBM league and rVT II I
15 and under 1 ,
Bunche, ParkRecreation me team representing y r I
the WMBM ,1
leaguerom
\
Miami. { 1_ \ rLt
o
The recreation program hereat Opening drills for member +
Bunche Park is about to of the teams bean at Manor
reach its end. We have been ups arlc, Tuesday, 22. Coaches
crating since the 18th of June, will be Earl Carroll of Dorsey
and our closing date Js on the Park, Shorty Holton of Grand Y
18th of August. During oUr span: We.. Park,. Rrflph Burns of Lib- {ki4 Y k } t1
of operation we have had a I rty Park and Percy Brown of anr
well rounded program which Jixle Park. -
has been enjoyed by the. kids The members of the team and

in and around the Bunche Park itaff departed 11:30: p.m. Tuesday ...-. .----.....,......... .....---..... ..fIo\-....
area. Our program included a, by Grey Hound bus. .
TIE FOR CHAMPIONSHIP This mer Williams (1901 all-state i
number of activities such a.; team set a precedent by
Team games, large group ahd Alexander Kline Jr. of WMBM The Service First baseball team tfclng: the first Integrated team first baseman,) Herbert Mocre. :
small group games, table games, radio station did a yeoman's Jott of the WMBM league ended up to compete in the City of Miami Second row: Roderick Silva,
quiet games and a variety of n: rounding up the money to In a three-way tie for first placeIn baseball league. They play (supervisor Dorsey Park), Maurice
other activities. '. end the teams to St. Pete. the 16 and :under age group. this weekend at St. Petersburg Wallace, Joe Benecletta,
.
in the DSRA state tournamentLeft Willie Wilson, Lefty Smith,
will the tie off
'play
In a recent County Wide/Ar' They next George Cheever Ralph Brlnson
week against Food Fair of Lib to right are Ralph Williams
chery Contest, which includedten and Earl Carroll!I
assistant
,
erty Park' and Dade :Federal Gregory Johnson, Chic sup.
other rereation centers, Advertising pays off! ervisor and coach. Johnsonof
Bunche Park boys and girlstirnltrA1 Savings... of Dixie Park." Valdez.r ..Fletcher.. Young,. Plum- Mjaml photo.for ,

......n",.. vu f\tt virltti....... .Via..... tilflrriAot.. ........ I, ioI ". ....I...., '" ,,,. ,- ro " ,," oJ' i -
honors. The results were:
First place, Ray Butler 154;
2nd, Harold Smith 142; 2nd No-
land Lyles 123. .? )V : V P.
Girls: 1st, Annie Ruth Mines:
116; 2nd Barbara Carter IOC;
1st, Linda Jones 124.
These boys and girls will be
awarded trophies on Award I rwWp reweiifl
Night which will be held on the
9th of August at Bunche Park .
School cafetorium, 7 p.m l thatwoilderfbr I
We will climax our program r i. ; 1 1,
with an honor trip for those )
kids who have been loyal parti
cipants displayed good conduct It. *
standards and who has been .
outstanding In playground lead I VV

ership.Our ,staff, David Curry Jr., world
Flournoy Lynch, Anthony ,. ',
Simons Miss Marva Banner. "
*"
.
man and Miss Betty J. Dawsey '
wish to express to Mrs. Lambert of I leisure V V Vo Vr
who is the principal and
the custodian staff of Bunche u+, ;
Park Elementary School and the
rest of those concerned,our sin. '
cere thanks for making our
program possible and a success.
David Curry, center director c '
:
:
and staff.North > I r' i


DadeRecreation


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On August 13, Trophies and V I '
ribbons will tie awarded .
sons who won in the various
tournament that were held during I

North the summer Dade won program.most" of the + U Sh l .! wV F>fI
trophies in the CountyWide Archery -
Tournament. In the Jun s
for High division Alonzo Jenkins
had the highest score of
143 and George Bradshaw I
trailed with 128. In the junior
girls division Fannie Sands
I
scored 110. In the senior divisIon b + rr
Leon Phillips scored 132.
The senior girls had the highest 1 ,
score with Jessie Gloster scor
mmm
ing 133 and Ida Phillips !scoring

130.One of the culminating actlvivltles .
of the North Dade Recre f' + m
ation program will be the hon.
or trip to Trail Glade Rifle DREW FOR TH
Range. ", WONDERPULWORLO OF L sURSr
The adults basketball play-off .
tournament will be played Aug. ,
8 and 10. The Liberty City Cam /
nons Vf Coconut Grove'Vikingsand :
Miami Knights vs. North w
Dade Boosters.
Winners as a result of these

ship.games will play for champion :

The teenage basketball has I V A
been completed with the Jets

winning.Mr. ,
Gibson and Mrs. Scott j ;
chaperoned the Junior recrea
tion leaders on a honor trip at V
Crandon Zoo and Virginia Key / itjO ileisure's

Beach Friday, Aug. 3. j. Your a special time, Why not enjoy ;;I'/',/I. I

THE WEEKLY TOURNAMENT w he one beer specially brewed for It? Glass after glass, fOld f'>

RESULTS Milwaukee's special lightness plus true / /''f/
;
.
CHECKERS 1st, NathanielBell ;:' boer taste make any leisure occasion more enJoyable
; 2nd, Melvin Knowles; 3rd rr '
Richard Miller.CARROM1st. Only Old Milwaukee satisfies your thirst for ',

Clifford Snells: a light beer that really tastes like beer Next time,
2nd, Robert Holmes; 3rd, Joseph
Dames. s make It Old Milwaukee, America's/ Light Beerl!
4
PING PONG 1st Kermit
Brown; 2nd Alonzo Samuels. special lightness / true beer taste
3rd, Prince Williams.BASKETBALL ;
Free throw1st ........salmi.......cww......Wain iM?............U.THE .
Alonzo Samuels; 2nd Andrew
Nesbitt; 3rd, Sanford



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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA lyn Bowles, Messrs. George -

PAGE 8 SATURDAY, AUGUST II, 1962BROWARO I Donald Clair, Brannon Cleophus. and Ferguson EdwardDeleveaux. :Liberty Theatre

The affair was given by a
er Jenny Mae Turnquest. niece, Vera F. Gibson of Ink- '
r t Mrs.Out-of-town Mary Turnquest guests included of Nas-: ster, Mich. Corner 15th Ave.' and :67th St.

sau and Mrs. Clslyn Hall of
- r; Kingston, Jamaica, and Karen put the I2Y .>,. -
Gibson a grand niece of Ink- back In ImlfH '
ster, Michigan. *11, 'N> FRIDAY SATURDAY, AUG 10-i1, ,
COUNTY Others present were AlfredAnderson '
husband, Mr. and "PARRISH"Troy
Rudolph, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Don hue.
I NEWS. Mrs. Louis Burrows and son,
\ U. Cockett, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. LOIN'IOilltYMCA "SWORD OF SHERWOOD FOREST"Richard
t Cockett; Mesdames Mary Turn- Green Peter
quest, Lelia Nesbitt, Essie Gushing
Uy WALTER BOWH Turnquest, Mae Hall and Eth- I Mr N 1 __- .O


The CWII Fire Depart SUN. MON. TUES.. AUGUST 12-13-14
ment will meet Monday, Aug. "PREMATURE BURIAL"Ray
13, 8:30: p.m. at the Chamber of
Commerce Building. l.j..I y.Awe Milland
"TOO LATE BLUES"

Revival meetings were held + MWX /'!OtOX ..* Bobby Darin/. Stella Stevens

last week at Gethsemane Hollywood Bap-, 1-7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St.
tist Church, West .
Rev. I. S. Clark, pastor. It was .-- --- -J-
conducted by the Rev. A. L. WEDNESDAY' THURSDAY, AUGUST 15-16
of New Mt. Mo.
riah Shipp, ,Miami pastor and was blessed Now Showing ."RAISIN IN THE SUN"

with five 42 candidates additions by for Christian baptismand Sidney Poitier, Ruby Dee

experience.The FIRST MIAMI SHOWING SECRET, WAYS"
Richard Widmark
Post No.8195h .
Broward
VFW South, is planning its end .. : SWINGING! LOVING!SINGING 6 BIG SONG HITS!
eo summer dance for Aug.
25 at Paradise Club in Liberia. .
k MI SCH COM PANIft ELViS
Final Clean
Monroe Smith, Jr., of SW Sweep
20th St. and 48th Ave., left last
weekend for his vacation in N
Atlanta, Ga. He will visit relatives
friends. Summer Sale
and <4) c yz

The senior ushers' board of +tt O
New Macedonia Baptist Church a
will sell dinners this Saturday I
beginning from noon until 6 1
pm. at the home of Mrs. A. 0. The Swimsuit SaleOF
Henderson, 3810 SW &5th St. .
Donation 100. Call YU 32806 A/H M'"
for delivery. Deacon J. W. Wil- RCA vkro. THE YEARALL
Rev. N. H. '"RfWfIALSO
son president; V t
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Phillips, pastor. >
CALIFORNIA NAME BRANDS

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Mrs. Alicia Anderson of 400
NW 7th Ct., Hallandale, was 3. 7.99 10.99 12.99Values
honored by family and friendsat
a surprise birthday and
Appreciation Get-Together on
Monday, July 23. : -- to 14.95 Values, to 19.95 Values to 29.95
1 and 2 styles.. Cotton knits, solids,
Although a shy and retiring pc. synthetics,
personality, Mrs. Anderson's House Of FrightIN prints and novelties. Sizes 30 to 38.
many years in this communityhave
been an inspiration and
hope to who have depended -
many
on her guidance and help. COLOR / Summer Dress Sale
Gifts and greetings from near
and far were evidence of giving Dawn Addams Paul Massie
flowers to the living.On .
hand to guide the affair THRILLING! EXCITING! ADXENTURE
were Mrs. Wells, a childhood 5.00 7.00 9.00
life-long friend, and god-moth-


-I. I Sizes 5 to 20 Values to 29.99

I WE WILL TRADE Solids Prints Cottons Silks Arne Jerseys

EVEN IF YOU OWE MONEY ON YOUR CAR


::1 Better BlousesAND

'k NO DOWN




PAYMENT.PAYMENTS .. JamaicasVALUES


AS LOW AS $2.50 Per Week TO $7.99


FKO.M FROM 'I..
$1.88 & $3.88
$2.50 Weekly $5.50 Weekly:, S

1955 CHEVY 1958 CHEVY .* Solid and print blouses in a bevy of summer colors

Wide selection of styles in sizes 30 to 38.
FORD
1957 Station Wag'n FORD
1959 Jaynaicas & Jamaica Sets in prints and solids

1958 ANGLIA 1958 PONTIAC Many with leather belts. Sizes 6 to 18


1956 DODGE 1956 CADDY A FASHIONuqjs




BRAND MOTORS SHOPS


LI NO SALE IS

3215 .36th Street EVER FINAL

OPEN MON. & FRI. TIL.9 P.M.

''PHONE NE 3-6661 s-.. 6112 NW'17th, Ave..
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Edison Center

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Meat Cutter I
Mrs. Delorep Smith oakleyot OpenIn SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1962 PAGE 0
Associate ,Director .(MA
1822 NW 2nd Ave., secretaryof degreeIn .. '
Carey's Rental Agency, left CquntyThe social work preferred) NEVER A DULL MOMENT .:
the city via 'toe Champion for Greater Miami Urban Field Representatives (a graduate
vacation stopP In New York, League ann& ces Job opportunities degree In social workor '
Atlantic City, and Hartford, for the following posi
economics desired,
Conn., where she plans to spend ions or
, sometime with relatives graduate degree In voca- ATiiiGBfS'iIT"
and ,
Meter Reader
I. I and
cational
. "' guidance per
r friends before returning' *hbm Personal Representative '
Mrs. Ethel Poltler, grandmother Maintenance Repairman Minority Groups Consultant
of Mrs. Is .i
Coakley, also va (Mechanic Helper) sonnel)
. catlonlng In New York. and Prison Guard (BA degree, perferably In
Connecticut with her sons. Traffic Design Engineering guidance or personnel ad- TONITE TOMORROW AND
Police' Officer ministration) ,
Mrs. Affle Teal and Miss Traffic Analyst Business Administration SUNDAY, AUGUST 10 11- 12
Verna Jean Benton Teal of St. Aircraft Mechanic Major bachelor's degree .. .
Petersburg, visitors to our city Military Personnel Clerk GS-5' (male or female ) -- -- --r-- -
were house guests of Mrs. Radio-Radar Equipment b. Accountingc.
Sheila M. Martin,. 912;,NW 67th Installer Economics
St. Control System Mechanic :
Aircraft Instrument and Guidance Counselor (male) } a.
Aircraft Piston Engine Vocational Services Secretary
Mechanic Waste Collection Driver
1 Powered Ground Equipment I
Miami Times Ads : RepairerPark For further Information regarding &
Guide the above jotte contactH. V
Meat Wrapper Allen Wheatley. Jr.,, of the ,.
Get Fast Results I Grocery Checker Greater Miami urban Leagueor p a.
Commissary Stock Handler call FR 16476.

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Drive by 1345 N.Wj. 42nd St. i. 2 Bedrooms 1wM

Newly Painted! r
OPEN SAT. AND SUN. TIL 8 P.M.
Water Supplied

Large Florida room, New roof" $17.50 WEEK: "1

ONE) MORTGAGE PAYMENT $72 MONTH 2307 NW 56th St.

Ford Realty, Inc. 'PL 2559 Can be seen anytime

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4 Model Homes Now AvailableIN You'll love her tongs "


( EXCLUSIVE HYDE PARK SECTION) \ Plus an All-Star Show .,

Fully landscaped with sidewalks Featuring Peaches and George I

Near Churches Schools Bank Bus Transportation" .
Admission: Friday & Sunday $1.25,

HOMES READY TO MOVE INTO AS SOON AS FHA APPROVES YOUR Saturday $1.50

APPLICATION u tf tf v*
A
COMING COMING

: MODEL I MODEL II


4310 S.W. 27th ST. 4320 S.W. 27th ST.

WEST HOLLYWOOD WEST' HOLLYWOODHYDE 1J ''w .
PARK SECTION
HYDE PARK SECTION ,

LARGE LOTS
LARGE LOTS

FHA Approved Valuation( $10,300.00 FHA Approve Valuation $10,800.00FHA

FHA Insurable Mortgage $9,950.00 ,Insurable Mortgage .10,450.00'
Down 350.00
Down Payment 350.00 Payment
Closing Costs 350.00 Closing Costa' 350.00
Monthly Payment I 62.12 r
Monthly Payments 59.14



MODEL 111 MODEL IV I ,

.. CORNER MODEL
4330 S.W. 27th ST. CORNER S.W. 44th AVE. HANK BALLARD and The

WEST HOLLYWOOD/ AND 27th STREET .. "

HYDE PARK SECTION WEST HOLLYWOOD: ; FAMOUS MIDNIGHTERS with

LARGE LOTS ,
HYDE PARK SECTION '
Eggie Porter and His Band
FHA Approved Valuation $11,000.00 LARGE LOTS
FHA Insurable Mortgage 10,650.00 FHA Approved Valuation $13,000.00 August 31 September 1-2
FHA Insurable Mortgage 12,600.00Down
Down Payment 350.00 Payment 400.00 Admission Adv. $2.00 Door $2.50TEENAGE
Closing Cost 350.00 Closing Costs 400.00
75.00 f\flff ff f f9f fff\f! ff! fif\! to.
63.30
Monthly Payment Monthly Payments
MATINEE

REPRESENTATIVE WILL BE AT CORNER MODEL HOME ON SUNDAYBETWEEN' Sunday, Sept. 2 2 to 6 p.m.
1 P.M. & 6 PM.
.
FEATURING
'
FOR APPOINTMENTS: ,
During week call Mrs. Rutledge or, Mr. Brennan at WI 5-4601 a. m. 5 p.m. 1 HANK BALLARD AND THE. ,
In evening call Mrs. Rutledge or Mr. Brennan at 821-1681 or 448-1391 I
6 p.m. to 8 p.m. MIDNIGHTERS Adm. $1.00 T

FHA requires man and wife to sign .all applications jointly.liC t :;:i; :: ",

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The Town' Tajk ;< PAJGE' 10 SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1962 UNGUARDEDPARK "\ : '
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Amateur Nite ;: 't} 1 .
r PUBLIC WELFARE' STUDY S HOWS .

FORT PIERCE Three Every Thurs. "
"Shackles Of Slave Culture"Cause young people drowned last Fri.
day afternoon at a St. Lucie '
County beach for Negroes which MODERN
Poor Moral EnviornmentThe employs no life guard.
The tragedy took place at

remaining "shacklea of Negro families, the report cites Frederick Douglas Memorial THEATRE :,; ',:>, :
Park the South Beach.
the on
slave culture" are the principal principal 'reason for the unsuitable -
reason for the large proportionof I moral environment as St. Lucie County Sheriff J. R. x r
Negro homes with an un their acceptance of illicit sexual Norvell Identified the victims as BOBBYMARSHALL r
suitable moral environment ac- relations as a normal part of Mattie Chandler, 17, of Fort '
cording to a Florida Department their way of life. Cultural iso Lauderdale; Lonnie Gene Melvin 1
of Public Welfare report Just lation from the main currents of 20, of 708 N. 20th St., andJ. d pM
released. The "Report on Suit American, life is at the root of Adams of 701 N. 29th St. Your Host and M.C. ;", "' ,
able Home Law describes what the problem, the repor t says; Late Friday afternoon the p "CA r i tb
are believed to be the lingering and mentions several obstaclesto body of Melvin and the young Weekly Jackpot Prizem
effects of history in the thou Improvement: lack of education woman had been recovered,. The
sands of homes studied. Of and job opportunities; racial Coast Guard searched for the James Williams and
17,99 cases in which the suitability prejudice, and that Negroes body of Adams lasted until Saturday
of the home was questioned are so often not expected to live The Twisters
16,101 were studied in detail other up to people.the same standards as! Norvell said the drownlngs

and 77 percent were found not One ot the most important svlden tally took place around
suitable. Of this percentage 2:30: p.m. when the trio and
problems, according to the report
1,103 were white and 11,534 were three friends were swimming at
"is the belief held by "
many '
non-white." The new "suitablelaw memtters of the white race, and the yark. look at
section 409.18, Florida
accepted by many of these Ne-
in 1959.; It
status, was passed
groes, that Negroes are some
.
requires the home studies, how different and cannot be expected ADULTS ONLY
where In the state's yf' all the
necessary to live according to the 4190 N.W. 32nd Ave.
Children
Aid to Dependent pro standards held by the white
Finest" urtiuent house in Miami I
gram. race. Such a belief has been disproved
During this two-year study I many times over by the One bedroom Furnished' orunfurnlshed
period, the welfare departmentwas thousands of stable, Negro fam- wonderfullyeasy
aiding a monthly average of ilies whose standards of conductin .lmplo IlnrldnOne/ block from I
25,000 'cases, made up of about all areas of life are above Highway
71 percent Negroes The legal question, but there are many In GOOD TENANTS I r to
ways
reason for most of the Negro our ADC caseload who have lived COREY APARTMENTS ,
homes declared unsuitable was in ignorance of acceptable
"failure to provide" a stable moral standards of family life. Givingup hair beautyand
environment. old beliefs and learning new Beautiful Home on
In discussing the slavery ways poses difficulties for any
,background as the historic ori- group of people. It will take a Your lot '
gin of the problems of these .ong time health
Jftv axd .


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-Some 40 youths, including brought under control. They PLANNING
three ringleaders who are members were finally herded in an area BUILDING IASIC CREME
of the so-called Black Muslim near the administration building FINANCING NULOX
sect, rioted in a District of and persuaded to return to
Columbia reformatory last weekin their domitories while their Your New Home SHAMPOO
protest to the use of pork in leaders conferred with the reformatory t For thoroughly cleansing the hair .
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the cooking of their vegetables.The director. and So. "'IUII .. .t.
tcalp. e/j
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Four Miami students made are: I Miami, Florida CREME (Water Repellent) r

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7665 N.W. 16th AVENUE

Neat and clean 2 bedroom, 1 bath. Move in today.No (Lanolated)
A light cream. Aids in eliminating,
To
qualifying. see is to buy. t
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a* a lighthouse guides the shlw AND 2004 NW 43rd Street

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0 a.m. 0 p.m. tl $490 down $79 month pays all \
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0: New Baptist Group Plan





me to Ctlurdi r First Annual ConventionFinal



: plans for entertaining T. M Chambers, president of
the First Annual Session of the the Convention significant
Progressive Baptist Conventionof plans were effected for tho
America are being made by smooth running of the convention.
Is OfNat'al pastors of 27 of Philadelphia's .
$100,000 .IGoal .. leading Baptist Churches whenit A group of 24 leaders of
t convenes there September 4- Philadelphia and vicinity met in
9. 19G2. They are being joinedby Union Baptist Church, Fitzwa-
pastors in the nearby cities ter and Martin Streets with the
Baptist Convention as well as the surburbs of vice president and secretary to
Philadelphia.In assure them that plans are well
a recent conference calkd underway to entertain the convention .

OKLAHOMA CITY (ANPl)) convention In an extended ses by the vice president at large! The Rev. Joseph T.
-Members of the 82nd annual sion In Nashville last Decem Rev. L. V. Booth of Cincinnati Kirkland reported that reserva i
session of the National Baptist ber. and the secretary, Dr. J. Carl tions have come in from severalof
Convention of America will try! Dr Robert Wilson of Jackson 7x' Mitchell of Huntington, W. Va.: the delegates ranging from
to raise at least $100,000 during; ville, Fla., corresponding secretary both of whom represented Dr. I' the deep South to the far West.

/ their meeting here Sept. 5-9. :; of the convention, has -
made visits to many of the state ALVARYiiAPTIST-:
The money, to be furni hedjthrough 1
church pledges from conventions to make an appealfor Celebrates 6th
additional Rev. E. M. Thomas
support. pastor
across the United States, will Ifc,, According'to Rev T. J. Houston ."."..,"',/" ,".,.,., Phyllis Myers reporter
financial '
out '
used for a greater host pastor, arrangementshave ,.. .'....: ., .., Patronal FestivalThe morning I
lay for missions and education II ,.>.. :,.;>. Sunday our pastor l
been made with leading rendered the
sermon.
home and tbroad according to. .. .r Everyone
at .
hotels in downtown Oklahoma 6th Patronal Festival activities was very happy to see and hear
Dr. C. D. Pettaway of Little I: City in addition to other hotels "I. ifI of the Church of The him. lie has been very ill but
Rock Ark., national president.!. and private homes to house the ,Transfiguration will lie climax. he is doing much better.
have already
the churches
Many of thousands of delegates expected. ed on Sunday, August 12 with The Willing Workers will
pledged up to $500. ; All sessions will be held in "Mass I at 10 a.m. at their tempor- celebrate their anniversary on

Dr. Pettaway's plan to raise,..I the Oklahoma City Municipal Marie White to ary location, NW 152nd St. the third Sunday, August 19.

$100,000 was accepted by the: Auditorium, Rev. Houston, said. I Fellowship Hour immediately Christ The King Church

Speak SundayThe following the morning service. S.W. 112th Ave., Perrine
At 4 p.m. the Vicarage, 1984 Ladies from the of
MT. parishes
MT. CARMEL M. BAPTIST SINAI BAPTIST
NW 153rd St. the Patronal Festival
] women of Bright Morning Holy Redeemer, St. Francis
Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor Her. S. A. Thomas, ;pastor Star Free Will Baptist program. The speaker for Xavier St. Phillips and Christ
Mrs. Christine Cherry, reporter, Joanne Walker, reporter Church, 3CO NW 14th Terr., cordially the evening will be'Atty. Carey The King Church will make a
This Sunday our' church feast The BTU the invite you to join with C. Matthews, State representa day of Recollection Sunday
will begin after morning ser I Mt. Sinai Baptist department Church of enter. them in celebrating their second tive. The public is cordially Invited I August 12 at the Domlcan Retreat
vice which we have Invited all tained its 1962 high school graduates annual Woman's Day, Sunday, to come and join with us House, 7275 SW 128th St.
missions to come and dine withus. with August 12. Miss Marie M. White. on our 6th anniversary celebra The day, starting at 10 a.m.
delightful tea
Our speaker for the afternoon a 30. The well known civic and church tion. All proceeds will go towardour is a day of spiritual withdrawal
will be the Rev. 0. W. Foster Monday Included night July solos by Brenda program S worker, will be the speaker at building fund drive. Please from the world. A large group

Starting Monday at 8 p.m. Wilder and Janet Hlggi, a 11 a.m service. Other prominent come and make our festival a is expected.
our revival will begin for ten by Doris Chaney and remarksby poem women of the city including success.
nights. Come and be with us Mesdames Raymond Love, Tom
the adult leaders of the
and hear this great preaher daySchool and BTU. Everyoneone Sun mic Lee Carswell, F. Smith, Father Elisha S. Clarke, Jr., Please Take Note!
will be the celebrant
at the
from Ft Lauderdale. enjoyed delightful and Georgia L. Howard, Viola Mass. All church news must l>e In
yuenching refreshments. Summersett and Lloma Greenas our office by 5 o'clock Tuesday
James E. Lucas, senior war.
well as others will also
many den Crandell I/. McLed evening. Copy must be type
ST. MARY'S W. M. appear on the program. A spec. ; junior written and double spaced
warden.
lal chorus under the direction
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST of
Mrs. Dorothy Major, reporter
Mrs. Susie Holmes will furnish
! Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor 1571 .N. W. 68th Terr. the music and among those .
participating '1 T-T--= T--I-T-
r The teachers are preparingfor Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor will be Mesdames Valdez Medicines dispensed at low

School a picnic Aug. for 18 the at Virginia Sunday- Deacon Fred Williams, reporter Murray, ,Marie Johnson, cost BROWNSVILLECORPORATION

Beach Ush a1 Last Sunday morning Rev. A. Christine Maude Rosa, Janelle Rackard, Blood, urine tests for health
Lee
Cherry Georgia
The pastor thanked r Pratt delivered a most Inspiring Jones and several I others. and Carriage
Board No. 1 for donating a microphone message and our pastor delivered We Finance Mortgages
to the church. We are the sermon on Sunday Rev R. Smith, pastor; Mrs. DR. LONG'S CLINICA Huy and sell lots and homo
glad of the progress of Sister night. Davis General l Health Sarvlct
Ella chairman; Mrs. Lula Anything In teal K-tato
Lambert. She is now at the Evans cochairman.ST. Non.surgical' treatment of Rup
,
convalescent home on 72nd St. This Sunday is Youth Day. tune, Rectal Diseases! Varicose We also lend money
which is located between 19th The morning speaker will tfe Volne, Prostate, Arthritis, Re 3. 11. 1IAIIKLICY :
and 20th aves. Sister Bertha Ad. Miss Edwina Lord of Temple BARNABAS W. M. ducing. 3095 N.W. 62nd'' St.
derly Is home. We wish her a Baptist Church and the evening Parking In rear
speedy recovery. speaker will be Ben Ellis of New Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor FR 3.2748 Rue HI 80194 Phones NE 3-3198
Bethel. i Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter 1545 N.W. 1st Street 69LSS51 rlaC'Jf

BAHA'I ASSEMBLY The tea at Deacon Williams1 Ushers' Board No.1 held its
home was a great success. first meeting August 6, at the
Mrs.\ Lucille Buff In,, memberof home of Mr. and Mrs. ,Ardley
the Coral Gables-University Bro. Burrows Is still 111 in the Richardson, 770 NW Olth St.
Chapter, American Associationfor hospital. Don't forget to visit Twenty-five members were WE WILL BUILD OH YOUR LOT
the United Nations, will the sick and tho shut-Ins. present and the gathering wasa
the Baha'is Center 137
speak at success
Bro. Rahming is 111 at home r
NW 11th Ave., 8 p.m. Sunday, and Sis Hattie Mosgrove Is also NO CASH REQUIRED
August 12. Her subject will be, The officers are: Ardley
the sick list.'EBENEZER .
"A Universal Language," whichIs on Richardson, president; Miss
a basic Baha'l principle for Maxine Major, recording secretary
20 different plans to choose from
this universal age. METHODISTRev. ; Mrs. Audrey Williams, assistant

Mrs. Buffin will point out secretary; Benjamin For information call .
how, through necessity, univer A D. Hall, minister Wallace, treasurer; Miss Thirsa
languages have been formedin E. Ingram, reporter Lewis, reporter; Rev. E. A.
the fields of wireless com Culmer, pastor. JOE BURTON 4221 Hallandale Blvd.
munication,. (through the Morse Sunday will be infant baptismand
Codes,) shipping (througn the the reception of members. TEMPLE BAPTIST
International Code) and medicine During the past week the pastor Highview Homes Inc.
Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor ,
( through the use of Latinin was away attending the Atlantic
prescriptions) She will emphasize Coast Area Leadership Training The women met last week
Fla.
the urgent need for a School that was held at Claflln and organized for Woman's Hollywood, Near Carver Ranches

common universal language for College In Orangeburg, S. C. Day. The officers elected are:
all people in order to remove We are worship at New I Mrs. Lula Mae Colebrook, (just east of Home Federal Bank)
misunderstanding between all Primitive Baptist Church chairman; Mrs. Esther Camp-
Hope bell co-chairman Mrs. Phones Miami WI 5.0661Hollywood YU 9-0113
people In this rapidly shrinking Sunday night, August 12. You Idell
world. Arnet, treasurer; Miss Elsie
and
are invited to come out
The public Is cordially Invitedto share In the worship and fellow. Douglas, secretary. They will
attend this meeting. The church is located at sponsor a tea Sunday 3 p.m at
ship. the home of Mrs. Hester Gray, "Living Service for the Living'
NW 1st t place and 13th St., Rev. 1390 NW 51st Terrace.
ST. PAUL A.M.E. CHURCHRev. H. C. Samuels Is the pastor.
Choir No. 2 and usher board No. The Youth choir that was or-
1""'. M. Allen, presiding elder 1 will serve. ganlzed recently has as officers

Mrs. Lee Cray, reporter Miss Helen Smith, president
Our first Sunday services Let us not forget to pray for ; Miss Edwina Lord, vice-
were filled with the holy spiritall and visit the sick and zhut-ins. president; Mattie Harris, treasurer

day. Our Presiding Elder Katrlna Gibbs, corn.sponding
brought- us the morning message GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. secretary; Prlscllla
one to feast on. The sick Duncanson, financial secretary;
was given the holy communionat W. F. Savoy, pastor Claudia Hepburn, pianist
3 o'clock in the afternoon. Randy Gaiter, chaplain and
The Presiding Elder brought us The 11 O'clock rw6rthlp will Christine Hepburn, librarian.This _
the evening message also. feature "A Sermon In Song" group will make Its Ini
Mrs. Clara B. Hilton and mem with the emphasis on anthemsby tial appearance on August 26 e .
bers of usher board No. Invite noted composers with the which will also be observed
you to join them in the celebra narration dramatizing these fine as Youth Day. The Silent Oscar L. funeral
tion of their 38th anniversary arts. Members of Grace Churchare Workers will also celebrate Range HomeM.
Sunday, August 12 at 3 and all their anniversary that after-
p.m. urged to attend Athalie Range Owner N. Patrick
Range 1-' .
Rev. J. B. Blalcnell of St. James friends are welcome. noon. "
AME Church will deliver the 5727 NW.17th Avenue
message. A unique program 1$ Sunday is Choirs Day and a
OX
planned for the evening. Please beautiful service Is prepared for I Drive Carefully! I 1-0131 OX 1-4343 '

visit the sick and shut-fn. you.



THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Acknowledgement, CARD OF THANKSThe TROY PITCHFORD, 3231 NW
I r 48th ",Terr., died suddenly on
PAGE 12 SATURDAY AUGUST 11 1962I' :
Aug, 8. Mr Pitchford was an
1 f We, the family of the late family of the late employee ot*Eastern Airlines.

MARY WILLIAMSwish ROY LEE KING He-Is survived by his widow

to express our sincere wish to thank,telPh'and .every Louise two Troy Jr. and
gratitude to all of our friends
CARDS MEMORIALS and neighbors for their expressions one for cards, telegrams, and David, a .asfe daughter, six
of in flowers flowers during the death of our 1 sisters a tk ffer. Funeral services
sympathy
td'' will' 't>ef held Monday
loved one. bpecial thanks ,
cards telegrams cash contributions '
and Wiggins Funeral Home of Eait \ugr 13 at f( t b m; at St. Mat-

CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe children's to tUe Hospital tamily, food Variety contri- Orange New Jersey and Murry Iciating The body will be "on
hews Church Rev,
;
I outed by the principal Mrs. funeral Home of Arlington Woodley of-
4 ,1// family of the late, family of the late Crowder, and teacners of Ga. Thank you cards will be dew beginning' ?A ,Sunday' at 2
:r, MRS. SEECKER GINYARD Holmes Elementary Scnool, Dr. Lent at a later' date. "
who departed this life July 29, Aioert Ldwards, the Kangeuneral The King FamilyRange pm.AMOS
'wish to take this method of .' Home of Miami and TURNER,. 1907 NW
expressing our sincere thanks the Coleman Funeral Home 01 2nd court apt. 28, died Wednesday -
and appreciation to our many J. K. Aug. 8 at Magnolia
West Palm Beach, the Rev.
friends and neighbors for flow- dryant minister of the Taber- D A THS Hospital, after a brief Illness.He .
fers, cards, donations telegrams Is survived by his widow
nacle Baptist Church of W e s t
calls, food and kindness( Palm Beach. Annie, four daughters ,two
' during our hour of bereavement God bless all of :ons, six brothers a sister, three
May you.
(Mrs.) Juanita Mann 'ousins, Funeral arrangements'
Special thanks to the pastor, and ire incomplete
Rev. F L. Smith anu the Family MRS. ROBERTA pARKLEY
House of Albert for their efficient -
service rendered. 1501 NW 5th Court ;died Aug.;
Manker
t May God's ricnest blessings IN MEMORIAMIn 3 at her home after a long ill .

rest each of ness. Mrs. Barkley was a long LEE JAMES of 2020 Rutland
upon you.
The Family' crV sad but loving memory of time resident of the Miami area St., died July 29 In Veterans
lived here for the
)ur dear mother and grand having pas :iospltal He leaves to mourn a
50 She Is survived by a
years.
nother wife, Eddie Mae one brother
,
CARD OF THANKSThe daughter Mrs. Bessie Hawkins ServIces
VICTORIA MINGO md father. were heldn
rA: four sons John Samuel Kalpi.
,
the chapel Saturday 230:
who this
departed life at Key,
of the late
family and Mack Sr., one adoptea
-'"''''"..,......,......._.....,---'''''-,..'''...... West August 9, 1911 daughter Earnestlne three )m. with Rev. Scott officialng. -
Burial In Memo-
Evergreen
Memories
are treasures that no
IcLItNEVILLE grand daughters; six grand ial Cemetery.MRS. .
one can steal
sons 17 great grandchildren,
rMk, r uq. Death is a heartache that none' three daughters-in-law, and L
can heal LIZZIE PERKINS of
host of great, great grandchildren
A. GOULBOURNE'who Some thatyou're !4010 Madison St Richmond
may forget you now nieces and ,
departed l this life July 15, nephews.
t 4 ,4i gone leights, died August 7 In
Funeral services will be helc.
19G2 wish to their
express
But we will remember no mat- endall Hospital. She leaves to
thanks and appreciation to the Friday, Aug 10 at 3 p.m. av
ter how long. nourn four daughters, four
and Greater Bethel AME Church,
:many friends neighborswho

were so kind during the The_Family__________ vIH Rev. S. A. Cousin officiating. sons srothers., one; .Funeral sister services and were two
hours of their recent berea'ement. -
held! In the chapel Thursday.'Sp.m.
We thank for
cards telegrams,you and floral your MEMORIAMIn LITTLE LEASE WHIT Body was shipped to Hall
pieces. Special thanks to Father I FIELD, 565 NW 23rd St., 7- md Bass Funeral Home In

I Elisha Clarke and Rev II E. S. sad but loving memory of month-old daughter of Mr. and Live Oak for final rites.
Mrs. Vance Whitfield died sud--
Reeves, also Range Funeral our dear mother grandmotherand
I Home for the efficient mannerin sister dently August 2 at the home of

which they handled the service ... .... I her grandparents. She Is sur-
: May God's richest bles- vived by her parents, two sisters .
sings be bestowed upon each of a brother and her grand-
parents. Graveside services
r b A"
(I you.Mrs.. Ida Davis Butler, were held Monday.
mother ,.,,"Ak.. ,
; '
Mr. and Mrs. Issac Tyndell, CHARLES THURSTON, 240
aunt and uncle
i : NW 17th St., apt. 2, three year aa
I If! F.JEMORIAMCUTLINKS I old son of Mrs. Vernell Thurs- ,."
SAMUEL J, LILLY ton and Herbert Leslie died Sat-
who departed this life Monday urday, Aug. 4 at Jackson Hospital ;t
'July 23 at Christian Hospltaltwish In loving memory of our beloved :. wfr as a result of an injury
to express sincere thanks husband, son, father receive when he accidentlly
sand appreciation to our many I' grandson and brother, fel from the 2nd floor apart-
;'f r l' end' and neighbors for ( ment of his home on July 27
'cards, telegrams flowers, cars. %xtQ9 He is survived by his mother,
,i' Our special thanks to Salter'sChapel o.. father six brothers and sisters.
11 1 AME Church Christian T t y Services will be held Friday ; :

t,Memorial Temple and the J A Aug. 10 at 11 a.m. in the chapel. '
,Range Funeral Home. y a
The Lilly Family t <
MRS. MINNIE BELL WILKS t'r..ii.
1727 NW 59th St, died Saturday :'
CARD OF THANKS Aug. 4. He Is survived by

The family of the late five daughters, Mesdames :
/
Ethel Williams Avis Carter
MRS. LILLIE MAE JORDAN
I
Mamie Solomon, Birdie Lawrence
who departed this life July 28 MRS. MELROSE CAMBRIDGEwho and Elsada a son Foy 2 Minister Ishmael
and was laid to rest August 4, departed this life August sisters Mrs. Ada James and

,. takes this method of expressing 13, 1953. Mrs. Nettie Harrington; 25 Here SundayMinister
their sincere thanks and gratitude May she rest In peace and grand children, 16 great grand
: to the many friends for light perpetual shine upon her children. Funeral services will Ishmael will appearat
the kind deeds and acts during Mrs. Louise Johnson, be held Saturday Aug. 10 at 1 Muhammad's Mosque No. 29,
their hour of bereavement. The daughter pm at Mt. Aaron Church 17th 1210 NW 62nd St., this Sundayat
names are too numerous to Mrs. Thelma McDonald Ave and 69th St. 2 pm
mention individually hers but granddaughterDEATH He is quoted as saying: "God
are nevertheless rememberedIn M sent only one man in Abra
their hearts. Special thanks ANDREW CROSLY, IOCS' ham's time. One man In Moses'
however to Rev. J. A. Harring NW 5th court, died Aug. 6. Mr. time. One man in Jesus' time.
ton and Mt. Olive Baptist Crosly was a long time employefor "In these last days there Is
Church Mrs. Emma Jones and Mrs. Mary Williams died,July the city of Miami. He Is sur- but one Divine man sent from
to the House of Albert. May WILLIAM E' SAUNDERSwho I 26 at the home of her son-in-law vived by his widow Clara Lue, the one true God. The Honor

God's blessings be upon you all. passed away suddenly, and daughter, Morlah and Ju- a daughter, Annie Clara two able Elijah Muhammad is that
Mr. Louis Jordan, husband August 9, 1961. anita Nairn 2938 NW 47th St. sisters five brothers. Funeral .nan. This can be proven to all

.. Mesdames Alice Branch "Teach me Thy patience, still Funeral services were held at ervices were held Thursday, gainsayers In no limit of timen
: Mary Reed and with TheeIn Greater Tabernacle Baptist Aug. 9 at New Providence Baptist your house or my house"
Dixie Lee daughters closer dearer company; in Church Tuesday July 31, West Church after which the re- The public is invited.
William and trust that triumphs over Palm Beach. Interment was gemains were shipped to
Louis Jordan Jr., sons wrong. In Evergreen Cemetery Cole- maIns were shipped to Brund-

"w tr'> One brother In hopes Far down that send the shining ray; man Funeral Home directing. ge, Ala. for final rites. ,HOUSES FOR SALE

k CARD OF THANKS future's broadening way, in ., ,. mftft T7"ave .m--.vu-J> houses m W fr

peace that only SALESMANt very reasonable prices with
.
j We the family of the late Thou canst give with Thee GINIRAL ELECTRIC
low
.' MR. DAN PAYNE 0, Master let him live" down payments. Come
;: who departed this life on July May he rest In peace. into our office and we will

\ 22. wish to thank our many Mrs. Carrie Saunders, wife S : : J. CARLE how you the house of
'I. friends and neighbors who Mrs. Mary Sounders, ,' 4, choice your
were so kind to us during our mother CAPERS
recent hours of bereavement, Miss Maria Saunders

}:t tot kind gestures and sympathy daughter For Rent
'i q shown. Thanks for the Ellnor-and Warren Mitchel -+-

,r4 many cards, !flowers telegrams stepchildren Beautiful 2-bedroom com
: and donations. Many thanks to Mrs. Carolyn Lewis sister R ,5 S For your General Electric pletely furnished apt. $22.50

Rev A. D. Hall and Rev. D. A. Mrs. Marion Forrester, appliances of any % week. Also 1 bedroom
Bradley. Special thanks to the sister
House of Albert. Mrs. Verdell Wright, sister type for the home and) house, furnished $16 a

May God bless each and Mrs. Marlon Saunders, or automobile call your week.

i everyone of you for all kind grandmotherSix S <,
'. ness shown. Uncles and two aunts G. E. salesman.
:k The Payne and Sands Be safe, not sorry- Automobile
irl
a Families ', SERVICE GOOD liability insurance at


i. IN MEMORIAM !I House For Sale ,, ;; p ThroughGOODYEAR low monthly* payments.. .

r Assume FHA mortgage. No SS: Goodman's Real
.
.i{ In of
loving memory our son ? *
j and brother, Estate
//fA GREGORY E. TAYLOR qualifying, buy owner'sequity : STORES

,Iff who departed this life August at loss. S And Insurance

9, 1961. I 900 Biscayne Blvd. 2688 NW 62nd St.
::?, Gone, but not forgotten. 4301 N.W. 1'ltn'; AVE. T-

10- ".;rwillle, Mae Taylor mother ..' ... ..,....... Phones t NE 4-5705 FR 3-6463 OX 10380r
Willie B. Taylor, father NE 5.6604
1 brother and 2 sisters .



FOR SALE AIR conditioned. See 1935 NW THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA

47th Terr Also open Sunday.
Classified: ,j' I Real bargain, doll house. lot SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1962 PAGE 13,
BASS FIDDLE. A-l condition, and half with fruit trees. $300 ,
call evenings' after 5 p.m. Nfi: down. Total only $9,000. A Ben- '

4.2736during :Working hours, Kori, Realtor, 2641 NW 62nd WANTED '.1:
St. Nltes PL 95533. Days OX SECRETARY. Must be 21 Save a Life _
FOR. RENTS PL, 7-4122.. Asl' .'? for, Cisco: 1-9372. years .
: (' I of age. Must have a chauffeur'slicense. b
.ROOM' Cottageswater, furnish.. L 'HOUSESv CBS, hardwood DO YOU WANT VALUE? C-4 No driving required. Drive Carefully!
.el1. $10 ',
creek q6,9 NW. 8th ,St. Interview 62(52 NW 15th Ave.O'Derry's ,
,
.r.n! floods. tile bath, carporte, car* zoned business, 3 bedroom. 2 (!
1.2gO2.D I'' age ,,2 t bedrooms: both $9,000. bath C13 .. home plus attachedgarage Driving School
'l'i;Attn j Ii r No.qualifying. love tight In. extra lot AvenOptiona
Rental 1J28 NW 48th St. Also one at erty facing 16th -------NEELY'S
Agettcfr
Rental collections; property" :' 4770 ftW f 24th, Ave. 7 ropms. Reasonable terms. 4769 ,NW GROCERY

management, teal estate Owner 693-4725:, 17th Ave 634-9845 ..,t.:..
56& NW 8th St. Fit 7-2&0I 'II- ,t ',I 4... NW "VIE] FRIENDLY NEIGHBORHOOD STORE"
64th St. 'Open 3 to.' 5
.
I BEDROOM fitrnUhed apt. All 3 .bedrooms Also open' See' Sunday.774 Nw'" Large 44thSt. Sunday. A foreclosure. Reduced -. 504 N.W. 20TH STREET :'
utilities. $1,000, mall down payment,
Downtown ill.
area. Florida room, ,. like new,
garage
NE 4 room house, 2 connecting
4.0500.FREE li1df '
$.150 down. A. Gen Kori
Real apartments furnished 3. tile WEEKEND t
tor, 2644 NW 62nd St. Niter PL SPECIALS
Call
baths, or .1131-0215.)
ROOM for elderly lady 95533. Days. OX 19372. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY
In -
exchange for night
for 11 year old girl. PL:company 77822.' 2 BEDROOMS, large jalousies
:
Aug.U 2, Bedrooms. See 794 NW porch, tile bath, Fla. room, SEALTEST MILK
44th'St. Also open Sunday. Beautiful corner lot, $9,800 total, $64.48 % Gal. "r 49c :
FURNISHED weeklto). rooms Flat l : room, garage. $400 monthlv. Open 2 til 7. 1315.' NW, .
$18 single, $10 double. Washing.? down. $12,500 (dial. A. Ben- 42nd StEXTRA I Sunshine Sweet Neck Bones Ib
Guest House, 2170 Washing Korl, Realtor, 2644 NW 62ndSt. ,

; ton Ave., Opa-locka. A31 19372.. Nites PL 5533.. Days OX lot Free LARGE If you buy shaded this corner house. Sugar, 5 IBs. 45c lOc with $5 order

OPA LOCKA area. 1 bedroom, Come see. Flexible terms. 1996
loewly decorated, unfurnished. NW 47th St., NE 5-3626.
l$15. Furnished $21. 2 bedroom 4 bedrooms, 2 baths. See 789 Georgia Fryers White Potatoeslb.
funfurn. $18, turn. 2 bedroom NW 45th St. Also open Sunday. 1011 NW 49th St. Must be
NE 4.0500 Indf Nice for large family. Open for I seen to be appreciated. $.100 33c lb. 9c
Inspection only $400 down, low down for big fenced' CBSl/
Ben-Korl.
NEWLY Renovated furnished or total. A. Realtor, 2644 I Open Sunday until 6. PL 8- 261.
NW 62nd St. Nltes! ONIONS 3 IBS.
unfurnished apts. In the Opa PL 9-5533. Federal Mortgage Co. 5909 NW 29c
Locka area near church, school Days OX 19372. 2nd Ave. PL 4-2G05.
and .!shopping center. Call Mick L "' _""L- Fresh Eggs, doz. 35c or 3 doz. $LOO. .:
ins liental Agency NE 40500. I 'II.
Indf A COMPLETE LINE OF

AIR COOLED auditorium Includ Look at These! Take Your Choice;, FRUITS VEGETABLES MEATS

Ing Jlrtta janitorial service, etc FROZEN FOODS AND JUICESAT

OX Available$.0231,for church use. Indf Call 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, :Florida room. CBS dining room, central REASONABLE PRICES

heat, hardwood floors, tile roof. Needs large family or
FURNISHED efficiencies, utilities 2 family. Only $600 tosh. One :rnA mortgage $llft month

Included 8tk.St. FR$12.50 7-2902.a week. 620 N.W pays all. No closing costa Iforry Only one with 3 baths. I FINEST SELECTION IN MIAMI

1350 N.W. 45th St.

l-DEDROOM A111 5., utilities free Government and
J18.3Q and $2000 weekly. 137 N.W 2 bedroom, tile bath, dining room, central heat, air conditioned Inspected Approved .,,
Mth Street Mav be seen by calling wall to :wall carpet, stove, refrigerator, dish washer, : ;'
FR
93530. ADULTS only 8/4 awnings PLUS 2 apartments In separate building. Cash LOVELY HOMES OPEN ?;

BEAUTIFUL FURNISHED I talks! $1,000 down. No closing costs. $13,000 total 009 NW

room, private entrance, private 76th Street. Low Low Down Payments *.jl i i'or
bath, wall to wall carpet. Front I : :
\ /
and Fenced! side In door.property Very big 1859 closet.NW!: 3 bedroom. Tile bath, stove, refrigerator, awnings, fenced EZ TERMS! LESS THAN KENT:

69th St. yard, 4 years old, city water and well pump for yard. $100

down, $80 month pays all. $12,000 total. One F1IA mortgage.No .
4302 NW 15th Ave. Furnished closing costs. 3020 NW 68th Street. 4240 NW 12th Avenue
one bedroom house. $17 weekly.
Very nice. A. Ben-Korl, Realtor 2 bedroom furnished. Florida room, fireplace dining room, Lovely CBS duplex in best area( 2 bedVooms. $500

2644 NW 62nd St., OX 10372. I, fenced yard. $350 down, $6$ month pays all. $10,500 total. down and! live rent free. What a dealt!

BEAUTIFUL ROOM. See 777 One FHA mortgage. No closing cost -0 --

NW 47th St., upstairs. $12Realtor 745 NW 46th Street
3 bedroom. Custom built, lot. Stove, refrigerator,.fire.place .
corner
weekly. A. Den-Korl,
Brand new model!! 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, large Fla.,
OX 19372. barbecue', concrete table and benches.: $450( down.
room and utility room. Must see this before you buy.
$87 month pays all. $13,300 total. One FHA mortgage No
BEDROOM unfurnished apt. We have 12 lots to choose from to put this "madeto
1980 NW closing cost*. 3000 NW 66th Street.
55th St. NE 3-9908. order home" where you desire.

LOVELY 2-BEDROOM home 2 bedroom. Flo. room, dining room, hardwood floors, con- -----* -- ---

with completely furnished kit. necting baths. Only $350 down, $73 month, $7,000 total. No 1344 NW 46th Street

bedroom chen. Hot has and seven cold water.windows One qualifying, no closing costs. Anyone can buy. Move In this Shining, CBS, Fla. room, garage, spotless, ha every
: week.
the other six. Large closets, thing. $600 total to handle.
storm shutters, extra large -0 ------

yard ing patio with, fruit enclosed trees shed and din for ,Gunson 'Realty, Inc. *" 4701 NW 10th Avenue

washIng? machine. See it at Large corner homes In Manor Park, near bus and
6-2392 2750 NW 60th St. Call OX 561 NE 79th Street PL 4-1841 ,shops $400 down. $76 per month. '
inspection.
u .

:$18 PER WEEK Large 3 bed 1831 NW 47th Terrace

NW52ndrSt.III room Unfurnished 6.1266.1'1.iiEDR00hj house. *3380: 3 bedroom CBS, hardwood floors, porch, largo

HOUSE fUrnished THE ONLY THING THAT'S i HOT rooms.Price .
in rear 2351 NW 58th St. NE reduced to $9,500. $500 down. $76 per month.
51950. IN THE AIR CONDITIONED No closing costs.

Utilities -0 ---

referred, $10 working.week. 2224 Woman NW LIFE BAR 833 NW 75th Street

CSthSUJLOVELY 3 bedrooms CBS, hardwood floors. $400 down, $75

' 2-BEDROOM APT. per month..No closing costs
'
.Hardwood floors, 1147..NW 6th Cor. 5th St., Collins Ave., Miami Beach .
Ave., across from BTW High 741
School. Call FR 7-3834,' or Si- NW77th'Terrace ,
'quire apt. 2. Mrs. Taylor. ALL SEPIA REVIEWSTARRING I Move right in this! fully furnished 2 bath doll house.

Hardwood! floors, tile roof carporte, Florida room.
FURNISHED
APT. Adults. DYNAMIC VOCALIST $83 month all. $10,500 total price. II
$15 week. 826 NW 56th St. pays

E. Lois Foreman"BIG .
FURNISHED one bedroom apt. 747 NW 77th Terrace *
With
yard and porch. Rear.
Call OX 12426. BREAK WINNER PLUS CBS duplex fully furnished, lovely lot, quiet ar.al;

JOSE-Cuba's Silver Prince of Dance $11,500, $750 down. Live rent free. Move right In.',
FOR SALE 0-
SABRINA WELLS Torrid Shaker *
KITCHEN CABINETS: :50; per 3342 Thomas Avenue

cent discount. Come see, come EABRINA And many other artists (Coconut Grove) ?

.save.4985 E.Modern 10th Court.trend Hialeah.kitchens. / MUSIC BY Like new CBS, huge 3-bedroom, 2 baths, hardwood .

*A25 floors, tile roof, Fla. room, dining room. No qualify:

Freddie Grant's Organ ComboDon't ing. Move right in. Reduced price.NEWSflEALTYi. y
1327 NW 43rd St. $350 down. '
Owner costs. CBS
with carporte pays closing and enclosed Miss It .Nightly -,Don't Mi s It

porch. Big lot, trees, house In No Admission: No Cover No MinimumNo I ; :
A-l condition Includes lots of
Table Charge
FederalMortgage
extras. PL 6261. I
Co. 5901 NW 2nd ave. Casual Wear Dance Til 6 a.m. (The Broker That Works For Yo.) '1 tn,';
PL
42605. Everybody i* WelcomeWe 4600 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-O, 5

NICE antique furniture, pots, Mean Everybody) (Open Sunday)
and dishes. Must sell, owner ( I. .
will i* 'admitted to the hos- I ..
,, ..
""' "'" "- "'"'
pith i J J\c c n. 1121-A ,NW 5th Ave. /'-""-


;j ju
:;



for social security pur I A. Yes. There Is nothing in
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA wages
,
'the law to
prevent rrt
poses. However, all cash paid ;
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1962 SOCIAL SECURITY counts, even if part of It is paid paying the entire amoUnt of the
to cover the Cost of room, board, social security: tax intruding: her
or transportation.Q. share if you wish to do so.
-- - 1 L # # # # # How do I report my house However, it may be better if
hold worker's social security? she can be persuaded to contri-
Key West+ America's r. rr A. Get in toucn with your In- bute her part since this will
ternal Revenue Service office, help her understand her respon-
I J Southernmost City A.O..m .wrn ixI r Oi OOvUMYOAT or call, visit or write to your sibility and that she is paying
toward future benefits that have
nearest social security office
--- Br PRANCES B. PALMER
value. The social
and ask for booklet number 21. real security
and contains full In- office has several free booklets
----------- ------- - - - Q. Do I have to report This booklet
telling household workers of the
OUR BOYS IN SERVICE the son of Mrs. Ella Albury, and pay the social security tax on formation on reporting for household social se- protection they get through so-
taxes
Mrs. Albury is the of the amount I baby sitters? curity
daughter pay sial security coverage. Get In
workers and includes handy
Anonso J. Dean, son of Sirs. a
Mr. and Mrs. I
Erith Dean, 12-D Fort Village, Joseph Sears. A. Yes, if you pay your "sit postcard form that you can use touch with the social security
recently was promoted sergeantin -- ter" or any other household em to get the reporting forms. office, 230 N. Miami Ave., for
Germany while serving with Mrs. Ella Albury Is sick at her ployee $50 or more In cash Q. What is the amount of the copies of the booklets.Q. .
.
the 8th Inantry Division.A residence. Friend of this community wages In any three-month per I social security tax? What records must I keep
wish her a speedy recov iod beginning in January, April, 1 A. The worker and his employer and how much information is
vehicle commander in cry July or October, you are required each pay three and one. needed to report earnings of my
Headquarters Co. of the divi by law to report these eighth percent of the worker's household worker for social security "
sion's 68th Armor in Mannheim, earnings for social security pur cash wages. The employer deducts ?
Sgt. Dean entered the army in New York GroupTo poses.Q. the 3 and one-eighth per- A YoU need a record of eachworker's
July, 1956 and was stationed at sent of the worker's cash Wages. name his or her social
Fort Bragg, N.C. l'efot'arrIvIng What kind of workers arc The: employer then adds his security number, and the
overseas last October. Tour NassauOn considered household workers contribution of ail eqUal amount of cash wages paid to
under the social security law? ,amount.Q. each worker.
The Sgt., son of Alfonso! Dean, August 11, Edwin Taitt, A. Maids, cooks, gardeners, My' cleaning woman does
714 Thomas St., is a 1957 grad. -
uate of Douglas High School and an attorney-at-law and a group valets, chauffeurs, etc., who not want social security credit
was employed by the Key West of 17 persons will leave on a 14- perform household work in or. and says she will quit if I deduct Don't be a Freeloader!
about home. This includes the I
private tax from
a her
Drug Co., before entering the day tour to Nassau In the Baha pay May
whether I her The NAACP
babysitters pay share of the tax? Support
army. mas. The group will sail on theM adult or teenage, who come to
S. Italia and spend eight a private home regularly to J ....llll..' 1.ILl
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Rowena Finder, 210 Olivia St., East Elmhurst, NY, has conduct room, board and bus fares In
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relatives. 12 years and has visited Canada, paid to my household worker ALL MAKES-ALL MODELS
Martha's Vineyard, the West I when I make my social security
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Between The Lines. Phil Ossofer Says .I SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1962 -- PAGE 15

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medical ThomasMay
The profession con- Dr. Mays Julius
. u d L w u uw w tftT demfls federal attempts to leg
islate1 social l medicine, some ,
THE OKLAHONlAEAGLE'S ment attractive; to tl on the iri federal feovel-hfnent is interfering
STRAIGHT which we live shelter ford in the fields of civil rights Be Aide To JFK

TALK to keep well groomed the yard and reapportionment; aha a
we Inhabit. number of church leaders accuse -
Not many weeks this This would be a good thing the Supreme Court of error WASHINGTON Among dent Lyndon Johnson, the pan-
colunin ago thai for this group of ours to majorin in its religidn-in-the-schools; names that have been mentioned ed's chairman, said that no
deplored the
fact for the resolve to overcome verdictI as a possible aide to President choice had yet been made.
most bf our "quarreling"; about these things is the heart of Kennedy are Dr. Benjamin The appointment of a full-
hrst class citizenship, was with first-class citizenship. It Is not personally believe that the Mays, president of Morehouso time coordinator to act as op
the White man.. We were bold an external thing it is an in less government we have the College in Atlanta, and Julius of the committeescompliance
enough to suggest that there ternal motive It is not desigri- better off we will be, and I Thomas, head of the Urban effort and n semiautonomous -
should be some 'quarreling" ed to make the white mart accept don't like to see federal inter League's vocational services di voluntary "plans
with Negroes for much that, earp us but rather to make us vention in any of the abovementioned vision. for progress aproach has long
hdpirig. to ehjojr sis xu 1 1- acceptable in moral universe. fields, but it appearsto The Kennedy admistratlon Is been planned.
fledged citizens must precede This straight talk by the me that the fault .lies with seeking a Negro committee to Johnson is understood to l b 4
rather than follow Integratibn. Oklyahbma Eagle deserves to the compliainers rather than serve as coordinator of thePresident's seeking a Negro "moderate"who

1\>0 many Negroes are afflicted be passed along for the good of with which our has had federal to step government In like a Equal Employment Committee Opportunity. on civil would rights be acceptable and bothto to
our struggling race. It is going children groups
with bad manners and ,wear father /ito censure his
too Inclined to think. that to take straight talk like this to who refuse to do their own spokesman for Vice Presl the ization."plans for progress" organ
manners' will improve with In get us into the Promised Landof chores. I It
tegration" since much or our full citizenship, When the
bat} is circumstantialand Oklahoma Eagle's straight talk The medical profession should
trlanrierst. becomes the rule' for our press! regulate itself so the average I Links Launch Yule r Preparations for immediate
and leaders and not the exception man can get proper care in m-I t action in the drive were shaped
But it is just as well for us to we are going to go places ness without fear of becoming{ Card Campaign I at a joint meeting of Links
face the fact that an Improvement This line is not popular andIt Impoverished from exhorbltant and NUL officials.
in manners and public behavior is bound to be irritating to I medical bills. The poor likewise, The Links, Inc., a nationwide The Links, founded in 1946
must; in many cases pre- our race's pride, but it is spadework 'should get proper care. This I women's organization devoted and presently represented by 00
Cede" rather than follow full Integration that must be done ir we honored profession Is capable of to advancing civic and cultural chapters in 80 cities, chose the
and getting Negroesto are to erect the great structureof setting up its own medicare activities, has launched Its League as recipient of this
see this ugly fact is serious racial equality that we are program for the benefit of all, I 19G2 Christmas card campaign, year project proceeds at its
business for somebody. dreaming about so intensely. Including the doctors. If they with proceeds going this year recent National Convention In
Some ks this .writerwent cannot do this, social medicine to the National Urban League the last two previous years,
we ago Believe it not the Okla I
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over this matter with the or will become a reality. toward support of Its program, proceeds of the campaign wentto
editor of a prominent Negro homa Eagle is offering the The failure of some states in I Links officials announce!. the NAACP.
Negro race a formula for the ard
the of civil rights re-
areas
and the editor was
The
newspaper acceleration of integration.
Is inexcusable.
inclined to think that it was opportionment I
Old South's hold on this country
just a little beneath the Negro and the thinking there bf Is Citizens if states are do human not realize beings this, and, a FOR SALE NEW
newspaper to dwell on bad! something fearful, but the
must In to guarantee them 3 AND 4 BEDROOMS
manners among N grties and Eagle's formula for freedom is step
Neflro snort-comings. lie was irresfutable. Let's have more their constitutional rights. As .I 2 Baths
inclined to think that ,the reading straight talk! for reapportionment, it is indeed I Several models to choose from
sad situation when
Negro public would resent a
It. Washington has to force aa low as
Mender Service the states to give their cit $495 down
Of course, on this point \\e izens an equal vote In govern paymentSee
differed strongly for unless To Leaders ment. Mr. Gordon Sunday
this matter is brought before' 1 As for the dispute between At 7545 N.W. 10th Avenue
the race U/ the Negro GIrl Scouting can be fun even I religionists and the Supreme
paper and the Negro when the leader becomes ill. Court, let it be remembered thatit 1 to 5
Negro leadership In news-I' Senior Scouts Minnie Delores was the disagreements among MO 5.6870
how will Negroes be I Turner senior Northwestern the various religionists them
to see the relations High School; Dianna Jenkins, selves which brought this matter
fine behavior and integration. junior of NHS and Anna Me- before the courts. Were
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It is true that there are proved this point when they they would find that Godis DELUXE NEW HOMES
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the advance that is possible In
Christian Hospital disputes will continue.
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