The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: August 18, 1962
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00330

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Parents Seek Integration Junior GolleIntegrated "io

At South Dade SchoolsThe Thi

Dade County School legal move is believed to bo an Remedial Work And Jack Hatcher, dean of admin

:Board Was taken to Federal attempt to circumvent the nor. istration, said on Tuesday.The .

Court Tuesday on charges of mal channels for appeal of pupil : Counseling Only plan is for "under-

racial ,bias by eight Negro parents assignment decision. Insteadof achievers" who will be given

tiled admission to were all-white de- using the delaying tactics of At Northwestern remedial work and be counseledas
to whether' should
the local board'sdecision i they con-
schools in Dade this fall. appealing .
tinue junior college or switch
first to 'the State Department When it opens its fall termSept.
to adult vocational
Attorney d. 12. Graves, rep of Education, they 10 in its new campus, White "under-achlevers"courses.will
the families
resenting eight ,
said he filed a motion in their will go directly to the court. 11850 NW 27th ave., the Dade be on the main campus.

behalf for "leave to intervene"as Seven of the plaintiffs, who Bounty Junior all College will and integrate : It is estimated by Charles
plaintiffs in the famous live in the Richmond Heightsarea sophomores Walker dean of student person-
Gibson case, which kicked off sought to have'their children most freshmen classes. nel, that 1,200 sophomores will
desegregation here three years admitted to the al1'hltPalmetto Negroes' formerly attended bo In attendance this fall, and
Junior High hick Is } that about 100 of them will be
ago.All the white: classes at the old Campusonly Negroes. College officials
the parents appeared be- closer to their homes than expect'
\ fore the board July' 19 to appeal all.Negro Mays Junior High were when not subjects available they at the needed all-- an enrollment. of 3,700 to 4,00( ( (}
where their children are assigned A students
Supt. Joe Hall's rejection of
Negro branch of the college -
The Palmetto school I
their pupil assignment requestsbut
Northwestern Center. Registration for day and evcuing
will be overcrowded this fall
were turned down. Little Richard In classes will be held Sept.,
Hall said.
The Northwestern Center 4-0 and a new students' orientation
Graves said he mailed the Mrs; Mary Frances Stanley or Benefit Recital Here will remain open only to accommodate -' program will be staged
to the U: S.
necessary papers Negro freshmen In
I from 9 am to noon Sept. 4 at
3075 NW 68th St., the eighth
District Court last Friday tho "guided studies" field Dr.
August 26th Dade County Auditorium.
night. The School Board and plaintiff, tried to have her I
its seven members, as Individuals daughter, Myra, 11 admittedto I
Madison Junior High rather Little Richard, converted .
were named as defendants
he said. than all-Negro Brownsville High Rock 'n' Roll singer, is being Four More Schools
She said her daughter attended I presented in recital Sunday, In .
The parents charge, that the an Integrated school last Aug. 26 at Northwestern Senior I
board included tace as a factor year and made considerable High School. Two performances Monroe ,
when deliberating whether to progress In her studies. will We held at 3:30: and County IntegrateTwentyfive
admit their children to," preferred 5
schools under thq, pupil Hall} said she, denied :the re p.m. Negro children Shores high and three Mara
assignment l law, and they-a'' e quest because Myra was r,"low1 Miss Jacqueline Croumel. will attend white schools this I thon high.HOUSE. I
seeking: a court order forcingthe achiever," and .would bet h e Northwestern Senior High 'CO fall term in Monroe County and ,
board to give them a fair only Negro at Madison,, and he graduate will also appear. The 35 more will seek admittance -
hearing. did not believe, the scnool\or program is a benefit for the Aug. 21, G, E. Graves, attorney
community, was "ready to Ac Bethany SDA. Church Building for their parents, said thiweek. TO

Financed by the NAACP, the cept",integration.!! a -s' FximJ.MelbournefNAACP INVESTIGATEBLACK

Graves said, "Negro children,
living only blocks from a white MUSLIMSA
I Pushes Voter Registration School on the northern keys, resolution authorizing the
1 are forced to travel as much as House Un-American Activities
100 miles a day to school. The Committee
Melbourne Branch.NAACP register vote In Melbourne However, despite th.e to investigate the
The RTQ and school is in K
high niack
e y Muslims was tentatively
t this week received because the city receivesthe ous push to register contlnu'l West. .
special note in local dallies for benefit of funds from Cape gro, there are reports t approved by the House Rues|
the voter registration campaign Canaveral. -This money: most poume police are using tactics Monroe County has only two Committee After this week. the
this of which from the Fed. of intimidation to, discourage schools a recent riot at
1 underway In Cape Canaveral comes other Negro ( An ele Va.
", city. One dally comment. eral Government does not reach pickets at a, local drug store. mentary school near Key Largo blamed reformatory'which Black
on' Muslims
"." J', ed, "the Negro vote thanks to the Negro communityin proportion !-, Police are reported: to have and a school for grades 1-0 at by officials, calls for an'investlgat.pn -
the NAACP may number above to the amount spent for Used' the proprietor's cameras Marathon. Were made in Congress
1,000 in November." facilities used My 'whites," knd flash! equipment to take
"Jesse Buggs, branch preshdent Buggs said "Further more, 'we pictures of persons protesting Those assigned! ,are 14 oUSta"teClJbUcnientary said e'the j rTTMendel.Rivers would (SC
stated that this will make are opposed to racial segregation > .Discrimination at the !atom.Thfl' : JUKlt1ff at probe "open up
= the of the
the Negro registration in Melbourne in our community, any, matter has been reported to tho Hartis JClemcntary In Key unsavory history
Black Muslim movement for all
Five will attend Coral
he Justice
almost one third or bet way, concluded JJ. S. Department. America to see we know
ter of the total number register the organization is dedicated ona
ed in this city. national level to violence,
"It Is important that the Ne- bloody deeds, hatred and
A district court decision In
NEWSBOYS Washington .held that the Black
Muslim cult is a,religion. Rivera
*'., \ *. PICNIC NEXTSATURDAY noted that this) may bar an in-

rei tJga, tlon.
:Mlaml Times newsboys are MEREDITH CASE

( eagerly: awaiting next Saturday. t r. 1a.; APPEALED TO
Auj 25 when they will converge 1 =rJ
on Virginia Beach' and JUSTICE BLACKNEW
swim, play and gouge themselves bt.
I on a wide assortment of l YORK-NAACP Legal
>J food. .* 9 Defense Fund attorneys asked
The David Lynn Catering t.' Supreme'Court Justice Hugo
Service will be on hand to see Black Monday to vacate the tar
that each newsboy .receives a order of a Mississippi district
generous portion of Barbecued Judge so! that James Howard
10\ chicken, cole slaw, baked beansr ., r Meredith can enter the ,Univer-
L: potato salad, hot rolls, water. city of Mississippi In September
f* melon and soft drinks. 1062.
Special prtzesan" >ca/ht ;I Meredith won. his case to become -
awards will be presented'to top the first Negro to: enter
will the university this summer before
newsboys and a good time x
be had by all.Newsboys + a',4 M 4 w.wv the U. S. Court Qf Appealsfor
,. 1 p i"Y4 rr but
can pick. up their y 1'W the Fifth Circuit ordersto
admit tickets to the 'picnic at admit him have been repeatedly -
either office of the Miami contravened by Missusip-
Times on Tuesday ,Aug. 21. F pi Judge Ben F. Cameron.
Buses will leave this Liberty Monday's motion asked Jus-
City office at 830: ( -a.m. Satur- Thirty-seven members of the Dayton The group also stopped at Hampton' tice Black to remove the cloud
I which (Judge Cameron's
day and 9 o'clock at the Down- ( stays
House their back to
trip Dayton
town office. West Tour Travel Club in Ohio were on cast upon the obligation of the
As per usual Times photog- The group, under the direction of University of Mississippi to
rapher Johnson of Miami will guests at :tie} Hampton House last' week "Mrs. Hughley, makes a tour to a different obey the rulings of the U? S.
Court of Appeals for the Finn
be on hand to film group
and capture other, highlights. enroute to Nassau fo'r.a. week's vacation. place every .umm, .- AdalJUfloto.IJJ. Circuit"4

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I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA I Leon County School Four Hundred Attend

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Court- Asked To Protect .I children filed TALLAHASSEE by parents seeking of to-11 Integrate A Negro suit' Sigma Gamma Rho Meet

I Leon County public schoolswas than 40P delegates topiu-ful and best attended boule !Jn
set down fora pre-t4al l More chapfersjute's In sore the entire 40 year history of the
conference in federal court resenting the 40th n bprprlty founded at Butler University .
Attended dversary
Negro Voters In GeorgiaWASHINGTON here Sept. 5. Boule of thfc !1 Indianapolis; Indiana

Federal District Judge G.I I Gamma Rho Sorority at Jthft; Mrs. of Annfe the Board Lt# Neville of Directors, chairman -
A high
The Justice Ga. against 16 persons. They Harrold Carswell notified attorneys Sher3.tonCltlcagohQ.tel. presided over several important
Department asked the I were accused of disrupting two that a tri .1 -date would light of the convention t was a. meetings of that body! durIng
courts Monday to prohibit law Negro voter registration rallies f be set at that time. Also, all message of greeting from Gpv.Nejson the convention.
enforcement officials from and with other acts aimed at I pending motions will be disposed A. Rockefeller 01 New:
threatening and intimidating discouraging Negroes from registering of.Tampa. York/who j stated that, "the I Delegates attended fashion
prospective Negro voters In or voting. I theme for your summer bottle shows beauty clinics; and tours
Terrell County Ga. 'Tne suit, said Katzenbach exemplifies approximately tlte ofthe Johnson-Publishing coy
Deputy Attorney Genera, named as.. defendants Terrell Police SeekRobberKidnapper activities of Sigma Gamma lino Bankeir'Lifg aft 'Casjialtjr In-
Nicholas Katzenbach said the County Sheriff Zeke T. Math- In encouraging the promoting surance Co. and of tHe City of
action was taken in a suit filed ews and Sumter County Sheriff scholarship and in developing Chicago,
in Federal Court at Columbus Fred D. Chappell. talent for leadership. I Delegates attending from the

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In Tampa the FBI reportedit George P. Weaver, assistant
to the whereabouts i of Labor for International were: Sarah Alice Cherry, AI-
clues Secretary
has no
I "Bon Voyage World Traveler"Mrs. of Negro Johnnie B. affairs, was the kenote lane V. Taylor, Gwendolyn Saw
Thomas, charged with kidnap. speaker for the 6,000-member yer Cherry, Eunice Libertyand
ping and holding two hostages. organization. Mabel Barlow.
Estelle M. Williams DIY Wright's home dinner guest of Thomas Is accusel of robbinga
rived in Miami from Japan .on Mrs Iona Dukes, and many Negro of $30 causing the man Dr. Lorraine A. Williams national -
June 29, to visit her relativesfor other enlightening welcome to wreck his car then hailing president Sigma Gam- I
three weeks. home activities. down a car driven by the two ma Rho expressed the view Drive Carefully!
Negroes he used as hostages.The that this was the most success ,
She has Just completed traveling Mrs. Bryant left for Valdosta charges are robtfcry, kidnapping ,
around the world which on Thursday, July 19. Mrs E. and unlawful flight to''
I Williams left for Orlando on avoid prosecution.
Friday, July 20 to visit her ,
her cousin Mrs. Vera Bryant brother, Johnny Bowens, before
from Valdosta Ga. were welcomed returning to Japan on Aug.
harmoniously by: their 16. BROWNSVILLE
family and numerous friends.
Mrs. Williams deeply appreciate CORPORATIONWe
The second day of her vacation the sincere affection of her
bean. one of the many engacpments. loving family and friends during Finance Mortgages:
Mrs. Williams attended he stay in Miami. Kay and sell lots aim homes A
In which the wedding of Bon voyage, Mrs. Williams!
her cousin, Mrs. Myrna Range, See you next year. Anything In Real Estate
;being the first. We also lend money

Mrs. Williams and her J. H. I1ARKLET
cousin Lat Day to Register
lived at Mrs. Eunice Liberty's 3095 N.W. 52nd! St.
home who resides at 1711 NW TALLAHASSEE Monday
'62nd Terr. They appreciatedthe August 20 will be the last day Phones NE 3-3198 >: aeLtvtatt DRUGILUUSLu.Ll.A4
warmth and hospitality of for freshman and transfer students 691-5851
Mrs. Liberty during their brief to file application for ad IDa
mission to Florida A and M
stay.Mrs. University for the fall trimester 1jrtIC, Ma.,0ee -
Williams was bestowed.l .

many deserving occasions from E. M. Thorpe, director of admissions .
her relatives and friends while
and records, said the
here. Some of these Din.
were: A
time had been extended from
ner at Dr and Mrs. B. :M. Hind- ,
Aug. 15 to Aug. 20. ;IIt"i
man beach party given by her 3.
sister, :Mrs Vera Gaskin, dinnerat ISS
the home of her brother, Mr Something 1'1The SATEL j ; S. A' ,
James BoAvens, showing of pic- LITE'S rite time atmosphere ,..
ture slides to friends in Hlaleah prevail* all day long. Make 1U! \ 5
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SATURDAY, THE MIAMI, AUGUST TIMES 18,\ 1962- MIAMI FLORIDA PAGE' 3 Bunche Dramatic Park Club in :1 r Dade County I U) F Goal

Ill D ll SuperSleuthsFriday

tt i People. club of ,Bunche Aug. 17 Park the dramatic summer Set At $2,847,962!< / ,,1

program will appear In Super- -
Places. Sleuths. The club has been rehearsing The United Fund of Dad e on Thursday, Dec. 13.
all summer to bring County has set its 1962 Fall
this play before the public'seye. Campaign Goal at $2,847,062 rep I Although the neighborhood
1 The cast Is as follows: resenting a 4.4 per cent increase solicitation will not begin until
Things. Cheryl Watts will play the over the total amount November, it was emphasizedthat
part of Mme. Blanc, Patricia raised last year.Announcement firms are now being askedto
laY LAWRENCE BEUT COOPER e Barton as Joy Baiton; Chest. of the goal register as United Fund

........_B .U.. .. "4 'H ........,.... .. .. .. .. .. iI I jI jI JI[.. n Ii<.,>:f ll..lT.JIl....iI II'I cola Scott Davis as Mlle. Pierce; Sheldm was made by Jay I. Klslak 1962 Chapter Plan firms agreeing to
as customer and Fall Campaign chairman, at a ore employe solicitation pp.rand
BUT YOU DIDN'T KNOW One who don't go into these Nettie Sloan (double role); Barbara special board of trustees meet- year, that for United Fund.
SISTER Phoebe Brown, the places or linger on street cor Dalits as Midge Martin;
Over 100 firms have signed to
Deloris Hines as Adele Ben- Ing.The
ners to chat with a pal wouldbe
renowned frying pan technicianis goal had been determinedby date.
astonished to hear the wisdom nette; Patricia Williams as Marion -
the only cook in the world recommendation of the 35-
Carter and Linda Jones will The United Fund of Dade
who can unscramble scrambledeggs. and sound reasoning that member Budget Committee after -
come from these limited edu play the part of Helen Haston. careful study of the needsof County supports the programs:
cated sidewalk of 38 health, welfare and char
sages. The play promises to be sus- each of United Fund's mem- acter building agencies whose
And Sister Bowleg Simpson Is Don't argue with these fellowson penseful and delightful. Come ber agencies. services are available to all.
out and see what a Super. "We confident that the
the snuff dipper we ever anything unless you know are
seen only who can eat chitterlings what you are talking about. They Sleuth looks and acts like. people of Dade County will In 1961 Dade County ranked
without ever taking her snuff would make you look ridiculous. Discover how successful they make every effort to raise every 30th In a list of 31 cities raising
outta her mouth. She's a plumb are in solving the mystery dollar that contributors are willing $2 million or more in per capita -
mess when she is trying to cat They discuss literature Bacon aUout Adele's late hours going and able to give," com- pledging."We .
Shakespeare Poe, and other B. Turner chair
from the college campus. mented John ,
grits and dip snuff all at once. know that count
great masters with authority.The The play is under the direction man of the board. we can
Bible is debated pro and con of William Washington, Slogan for the campaign is: all Dade County to better this
record, to the vital services -
with such delicate finesse a
THAT Grandma was due to cultural specialist "Help Them All All At needed
so desperately
boss affair minister would envy. Presidents "
out to
step a very Once.
here to help us achieve a truly
from FDR to JFK are com
'totner nite but couldn't find her
I The official opening of the successful Campaign," said
pared' (Interjected with mold
store bough'n teeth. She went well-bred university
graduatewho will be
campaign on Sunday, Kislak.
profanity, of course!) Until finally
next door over to Sister Simpsonand ,
was planning a plane trip Nov. 4, which has ten designated -
the climax. Is
borrowed her'a.THAT made the remark, after peing "United Fund Sunday."
this climax that hurts. The
I told to go to North's Travel"Bureau Results of the Campaign will be
James Pullet, chicken. Negro.If for his tickets: "Who me, I announced at a dinner meeting Advertise It Pays!
napper is a chicken expert. In we happen to be listening won't have any truck with a
court Saturday he told Judge to the other debates silently but Colored travel l place. I don't
Bookum that he was not In that learning a lot, this Is where we want no mess up when I try to
henhouse trying to swipe any I. raise our voice. get on that plane. I'm going to STAR MEAT MARKET
narrow faces when the cops got All the Intelligence that had the airport and get my ticket!
him, but that he is a chicken us open-mouthed, now seems to Further explaining that he
doctor and was just out makinga be words of ignoramuses. Evidently
I won't have to spend that mon 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
call. In tact he said he was so there is little known ey to go all the way to the air 1 / i
good that when he wraps Ms about Negro culture backgroundand port, that reservations are
fist around a hen's neck he could contributions to literature made for him and tickets delivered : ,e i
tell just how long that fowl music, the arts and business. without cost, 'the
was gonna live. There is a woeful lack of would be traveler Just said COURTEOUS
knowledge about Negro history.It "Man you ain't telling me about THE MARKET
The last time Greaseball the isn't taught in schools there Negroes.!!
fleet second story man got arrested aren't too many authoratative I
and sent out on the road tomes on Negroes either in the We had to swallow hard to \
gang they put a special guard to arts or business. Oh, we know all keep from choking. Fresh (Meat-Low Prices
watch him particularly on aCt about G. W. Carver, Ralph Yeah you can hear some very
counta his record previously for Bunche and how well Booker T, enlightening things from the
running away. When the Grease Washington can sweep! That's mouths of babes. t
asked the guard, "How come you about it! Not to mention Jackie
ain't watching nobody but me-" Rolnson, Jesse Owens, Ralph
The arrogant guard snarled: Metcalfe or Willie Mays.
within they told me to keep We seem to hold a distaste for
20 feet of you at all Negro businesses and businessmen.
times!" These same street corner
"Well," the prisoner retorted, orators who seem to know everything
"If'n you do that you sho' gonnasee look upon Negroes in bus. Open
a whole ,lotta of this -coun /Jness or otherwise as If they
try!" should plowing fields. ,They,
it Is claimed, know nothing
We have listened to and sometimes about running a business, their Sunday
joined in discussions pro methods are crude and they
and con on topics from championship can't handle, money for lack
marble} shooting Pres- I of business sense.
dent Kennedy's doleful first I Our tirade on Negroes for TiI' 10 p.m.
year in the White 'House. These seemingly' lacking Initiative or
debates, mostly originate In beer brains are characteristic of Negroid
taverns, bars and street corners. thinking. Seems they have OPEN WEEK DAYS
Some of the issues brought up been brain-washed by unintelligent -
'' non-Macks! ,
would make good' subjects for and race baiting
Yale's Debating,Team Only recently we overheard a

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When Dade County schools open in Septemberthere And Repairer
-will be a larger number of Negroes attending white 1935 N.W. 153rd St. Maids, and Mother's Helpers, Cooks

schools than we had during the last school year. Etc.
Opa-locka Housekeepers
The Junior College located at 11850 NW 27th Ave. :
opening on September 10t will be fully integrated. Phone MU S-3770 s s oNO

Hitherto Negroes attended white classes only when DEPOSIT. ,
subjects: they anted were not taught at the Northvrestern For an Informal sands j afternoon NO REGISTRATION FEE I"?
Branch of the Junior College 12th Are. and 70th Join our Sundar afternoon
matinee party. Jfo admission NO RED TAPE .
StreetThe: Northwestern branch will remain open to accommodate o'clock.charges. Mnfric start at 3 ALL JOBS GUARANTEED

Charles Walker, dean of students, estimated there
will be 100 Negroes among the 1,200 sophomores at the
coDe The total enrollment! expected to exceed 4,000.I Medicines dispensed at low WORLDWIDEEMPLOYMENT i
will take September 4-6. A
Registration plaice on
Blood urine tests for health
Jew students orientation program will be given from and marriageDR. I
S a.m. to noon on September 4 at the Dade County Audi. ; AGENCY
lorium. LONG'S CLINIC .
of the Junior College is good news, A General Health Service
The integration Non.sul5kal treatment of Rupture 1307 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 3- 755
and offers a challenge to our youth. Rectal Dlaeaaec Varicose
We already have integration\ the University of Veins, Prostate Arthritis Re
Miami In fact, we bad some students to graduate from dwcing. Got Something To Sell Rent Trade ? ?
thxjt: institution.: It pleases us to know some of our people Parking in rear
FR 1-2748 Res. HI -01M
are taking advantage of these opportunities and we hope 1545 N.W. 1st Street I Try A Miami Times Classified Ad
that many others will do likewise.
The time has passed when Negroes must leave Miami .. /)vmf flfcfmj our anr ll uaIollL_l :Il ),11, ( )ot[ "trIIIU: ]!!I[Ylftf !ltl 1"" JIIItilB! ( m..

to seek a college education. It is now done as a matter *j

Attorney G. E Graves, -well-known counsel for the
National Association for the Advancement: of Colored a lovely home in Richmond Heights, South Dade'*

People on Tuesday filed suit for eight parents seeking _. Progressive Community. Why pay rent? Why live in
entrance for their children in white schools. Seven of
them live in Richmond Heights, the other: lives at 3075NW cramped quarters? Why raise your children on
_ 68th St. The mother wants her child to attend Madison crowded streets? Take a look at these homes today!

Junior High School. Her request was denied. The Chances are payments are no more than the rent
:reason given by Supt. Hall is that this child is la "low you
achiever,'" and: would be the only Negro at Madison and now pay.
that he did not believe the school or community was
Buy YOUR home in Richmond
""ready to atcept" integration. :" Heights NOW and re-
lax have fun in your OWN backyard. Join in the ,
parents charge that the board included race asa 1
factor when deliberating whether to admit their children t activities with neighbor' in this fine commun-

to preferred K&oolarSrnder the pupil assignment 1..1 ity. LIVE and ENJOY life in your Richmond Heights '

They are-aM, g < < fcjFt4grap order to force the,, home.
board to ,give them a: fair hearingwK! c, r lJtl-n.n;
The superintendent staid f requests were defueH'8- ." Minimum 75'xlOO' landscaped lot -:

cause the Palmetto Junior High School wfllbe overcrowded r '- .Paved Streets and sidewalks fr ,"
this fall.VOTE.
t Porch patio front and rearms .
Natural wood kitchen cabinets *" "
Formica counter tops : ...." .
Tuesday, August 21, Dade Countians will go to y Fitted oven and range r ii' :, "J\ -
the polls to vote on amendments to Metro's charter. This 1 ,,' ":* .......
a Spacious rooms and closets ..",. ,.kl .v M.i,..,"" 't""j._ .
win the
fifth time in the life of the charter that : "- ,
voters were called upon to make changes, some of which 'All CBS construction -.'3r.-rrsi-L_ ,T, l >

would have meant Abolishing the charter. :But on each Large utility-laundry rooms \
occasion the amendments were lost and Metro was saved.. and ,
many, many other extras you will see for yourself I
Next week there
wall be five amendment proposedby when
you visit our model homes ( Jim
the Crandon CommIttee. formerly Kay) j

The most important amendment! is No. 2, dealing I
with the power of the county manager. At present he ap- Drive (SW 152ad SL).
points division heads without approval of the Commission -
This: amendment would take away that power. RICHMOND HEIGHTSSEE i

:No. S, whether Section &.0% of charter should be

amended to provide that DO administrative orders., rules MRS. ZIMMERMAN OR CALL'"
or regulations creating, merging or combining department i
become effective until appoved hy resolution DAYS NE 4-0691
of the County: Commission. Eves. CE 5-0166

No. 4 daDs for the appoiBteent of a five-member GOVERNMENT INSURED!
Port Authority Board with jurisdiction, power and con NO SECOND AND FHA MORTGAGES

f,::;;,:.N 0.would amend the charier relating to the:Metro- VETERANS

porn'...... Courts, establishing a sew system. We win vote NO MONEY DOWN !
B.D; '- _, As little 14.11
"' *"TP a eve decided to go along with a tfee Charter E.e- per week payable m &MyI.

view Jkt&rd and vote .a-pmlt._ 'IMI'm I'" -
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YMCA Residence Camp I ,Park /SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1962 PAGE

Combine to ,Give Include in such a review manyof blessed with the gift of voiceIn
;Open For Registration the little things which helped community singing 11-12, for
:Summer PreviewA to make this year's summerprogrilm those whose energy supply !is
a success. "' However, small we will allow time tots. a
A camp experience is some* mlng, boating, canoeing, fishIng special treat Is Indeed In without the vigorous efforts of kitchen break lunch 12;?. "'o
thing parents should not have store for the public Friday, th0,:staff we couldn't !have doneso aid your digestion we wi i VE'
their children miss. This is an archery, riflery, arts, creative Aug. 17. The' James E. Scott much with so little.:-Our hats active games from 2 to 3r as//
I outing that cannot crafts, camp craft, camp Community Center and Polncl- go off to Joe Hbllfcy, director who cannot stand the strain
afford to youngsters,off than' fires track and field sports, nature ana Park will combine effort; and his cooperatlveind unifiedstaff and stress, may indulge, them
they can afford put to anymore put off going "lore, ping-pong and horseshoes to bring to the public a review Unified In ,the cause of selves in quiet games from 3 .to
:: of various events held during
to school or participating in helping make men And women 4. Again to give
t this summer's program. Especially out of boys and blow we'll
form:'of. service. girls ones a chance to
some religious Youngsters who plan to attend '
asked to attend are all break ,
.4If he ,misses, out on these, .he are required to come 'to adults of the community at The staff at Poinciana: Park 45. '
.. iosc3 fo.r:,the rest of his life the the Carver Branch YMCA on large. consisted of Samuel Johnson, An excellent review of a
enjoyment and knowledge'camp Monday-Aug. 20 at 8:30 a.m fora shorties; Cleveland Roberts, most spectacular talent show
life can give him complete physical 'examination This day has been set tslde juniors and teenagers; Mrs will be from 5 to 6. Over 400
On this date the exam as Awards Day. To give honorto Francel King, Juniors and people attended this show dur
Lake The Placid YMCA 150 Camp, located on will:be free'of charge. Anytime all boys and girls deserving teenagers, and Miss Mary Dud ing its first run, so come early!
miles north of. thereafter, it will be necessaryto recognition for skill ley, shorties. Tumbling review will be
Miami, is one of the finest in sown
.have one at their own ex in activities, diligence The staff at James E. Scott from 6 to 7. Then in order to
America. The is
accommodate camp more than 150 pense. precision and ability. Many Community Center' were: Mllll. bring peace out of confusion,
events, tournaments, games gan David, teenagers Mrs. Ill- we'll have the purpose 7:30: to 8
boys and covers an area of J50 Registration is now for ;
open and performances were held lie Mae Grooms, teenagers Mrs. from 8 to 8:30: there'll be open
acres. youngsters to enroll. For ad- this summer and many boys Mercedes ; house, Community dancing
ditional Wesley, Juniors, :and
The George Washington Carver information telephone and girls were successful in shorties; Willie Montgomery from 8:30: to 10.30: and finally,
OX 6-9231 I
or visit the Carver ribbons I II
winning cups, and a of refreshments at
Branch Residence Camp : Juniors and John Glover, shor- pause
offers a real opportunity for at 5770 NW 15th ave. certificates for their efforts I 1030.: The end. What then?

boys to get away from the The YMCA is a member This Awards Day Is under the ties.For a preview of what's In W. H. Washington, reporter
crowded city for period of agency of the United Fund. sponsorship of the ,departmentof store for you lilt the summer review -
::1,' wholesome recreation and out Park and Recreatibn of Dade l exhibit No. 1 comes to the
MhmlV most Intimate
door life. Among the I forefront. drlnkery
many ac Those Crafts
County exhibit 910.
the SATELLITE Lounge 0 1 d
tivities offered will be swimBROWARD Be Joiner
a attend many of the activities Following closely after, art e* folks welcome! Pleasant atmosphere -
I If I during the summer will do wellto hLblt, lo-H. always.

:: Help the Brownsville Community portunity.The afford.themselves of this: op Those whom nature have: 6222 NW 7th Ave.

be a better place to live., PLLt'1MTit' *'' "" -''- ,
r I- Join the Brownsville Improve- boys and girls have
t ment Association today. You worked hard this summer in THE ONLY THING THAT'S HOT
need us and we need you!, spite of ,the tremendous heat.
Donation for the honorary IN THE AIR CONDITIONED
membership tickets Is $5.00.<< ; These have been eight won
Donation f 0 f' regular memo derful weeks of sweat, toil, heat
COUNTY bershlps tickets, $1.00. and blisters.. Their efforts to LIFE BARCor.
express themselves in whole.
During our 1962 membership some recreational activities dur
NEWS campaign, you may get your ing the summer will not have
membership ticket from a been In vain If you are there 5th St. Collins
Ave. Miami Beach
-I I- neighborhood campaign worker to witness their triumphs, ,

fly WALTER ROwe ((634-1700), or simply) and your call Mrs.ticket Hart will happiness. ts, their joys ,and
r>pgg ?8 aa Join the BIA today. It is 'practically Impossible to '

Visiting the city of Nassau: DYNAMIC VOCALIST
last weekend from West Holly. "
wood was Yours Truly, as Your Watch Cleaned, Oiled, Adjusted E. Lois Foreman"BIG

guest of Mrs. Eustace Johnson. Guaranteed ........................,,,,........ $4.75 ; f
Worshipful -
Johnson and Junior Strachanalso Your -Only $1.00
visited relatives in Nassau. Clan Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radios| !;

.t Guaranteed! Watches .......... from $6.95 'HOT PAPA TURNERAnd
Veterans Foreign Wars
Post No. 8195 will sponsor a DAVID JEWELERS His All-Star Revue
Summer Dance at the Paradise 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4.1622"
Club !In Liberia, Saturday, Aug. JOSE-Cuba's Silver Prince of Dance
.ri 25. Donation $1.00.
Thursday night was the opening
of the 12th anniversary of Freddie Grant's ComboDon't
1953 OF
Central Baptist Church and its THE CLASS OF

pastor, Rev.; E. J. Clark. Friday Miss It Nightly Don't Miss It
night St. Maryr'a! Baptist DORSEY HIGH SCHOOL
No Admission No Cover No MinimumNo
Church, Rev. C. Knight, pastor -
will be in charge. Sunday morning .... I Table Charge Casual Wear Dance Til 5 a.m.
the sermon will be deliver. ,. CORDIALLY INVITES ITS MEMBERSTO
ed by Rev. Austin Hepburn, Everybody is WelcomeWe

and and the at Gospel night the Singers Centralltes will be ATTEND A MEETINGWednesday ( Mean Everybody)

in charge. The banquet will be w .
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Monday evening. AugUst 22, 1962 8 p.m.

The Gethsemane Baptist
Kindergarten will be openedfor At the Liberty Square Auditorium NOW OPEN!
registration Tuesday, Aug. l
28 at the Church. Ages 3 to 0 6304 N.W14th Ave.Approved I
years will be accepted. Mrs. 24 HOURS A DAY AIR CONDITIONED
Annie Robinson, instructor;
Rev. I. 6. Clark, pastor.

The Ibex Club of West Holly, I

wood racing Its purpose was In organized residential is to prevent last areas month drag ant(; FHA HomesCLOSE 745 .62nd St. PL 1-9383

to create wholesome recreationand

the other community.The interesting. activitiesin IN LIBERTY CITYo "ALL ARE WELCOME"

officers are: Franklin
Rolle, president, Louis Stra ---o-
chan, secretary; Nathaniel
r, ,," and James Pinkney, treasurers; ,
,'" t. Sam Benjamin Pitts, parliamen wide selection of modern
tarian. The club will sponsor a I
Western Barn Dance on Friday 2 & 3 BEDROOM HOMES BREAKFASTSausage
night, Aug. 24.

I TERMS TO SUIT YOU with two eggs, grits and toast 57c
I '


r w For Sale or Rent Today, and,find out for ytojkirself how easy SEAFOODS
You home
can own your own
Choice of all clavors of Ice cream, pies, cakes,
i With Option to Boy
A!. --oUNIVERSAL with order'

2-Bedroom House REAL ESTATE DESSERTSChoice

,; Wood floors, tile bath *

of all flavors of ice cream, pies, cakes,
Landscaped <. HOME SPECIALISTS puddings

... Open for Inspection .., ",.. 2156 N.W. 36th Street Fully equipped soda fountains Sundaes malts

Florida Alre. shakes
NE 5-2892 Many, many more dishes to chose from. Plan to
D and H Const Co, Inc. bring the who!. family and guests for a delicious
Open daily 9 to 6 Sunday 1 to S
; Sunday dinner
".Call. HI 81119. .. ,
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NEVER CLOSE Q) -Prices Good thru August 18th Welter's AG Store Only
.,, -.- --., .. ,. .,.... -- .. j
( Ib 2T0 Pork Chops Ib 35


Spare Ribs Ib 390 Ib 190ly

Sliced Bacon lb 390 Ham 1.39LuncheonCMeat

Pig Feet Ih lO $1.49Pork

h Frozen & Dairy
Bread 2 for 29 8 Oz.Shur Fresh Buttermilk
Chops Ib 590
Biscuits 3 for 250
PEACHESFruit 10 Oz. FairlaneStrawberries

Cocktail SUGAR 5 lbs 290 2 for 49C
5 for $1.00
(With$5.00 Order or More)
, LARGE :.;t.
f 46 OZ.LIBBY TOMATO Limeade
i I JUICE 4 lorI.00 Wesson Oil 430 orLemonade 49I

We Cash/. Payroll Checks + Cold Beer
At All Times
$ Open 24 Hours A Day
r Salad Dressing 490 ; PICKLES. 15 oz. ,jar. 23<

Flour 5 Ib 491 CANTALOPES 2 ;for 391


Strawberry. Preserves. 35* ..' ,CARROTS- ;, 2 ::for 19*
Picnic Napkins 290: LETTUCE :2 Heads)' 291COMPLETE



Coach O'Neil Once .
North bade Recreation program 'I SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1962 PAGE' 7

experienced one of its

most successful programs Mon. son and Mr. Gibson. Recognition Day'aChlidren's J:

Starred In I. day night, Aug. 13 which was Thursday, Aug. 5 boys and Home
girls will go tb Trail Glade
Awards Night Over 175 boys,
By ELLIOTT MEN 1LA 1'ED' girls and Range Sunday at 4 p.m. RecognitionDay
J. PIEZE ) toiiowrtji parents were present. will be observed at t..h e
Center director Mr. Cambridge
Prayer was led by Rev. William ,
Cubs' Coach John "Buck" HIM Washington. Many talented and the Recreation i Dade County Children's HomeIn
O'Neil, once starred in Miami ::1 iAmong the 'raa\iv Wen who I Ipl groups participated on the program leaders express their gratitudeto Kendall Harvey Wallace
who will be the principal speaker
Significant big league base' played w the ofd *Mlani'Giants including a tumbling exhibition everyone who made the recreation -
will be Alfonso
presented by
ball history wag ,made this year team' alonK wlU.O'NiUi.-] of by the tumbling group; program a success.
Williams, supervisor of DIvision
when the Chicago Cubs of the whom selection the modern dance
will be well rememberedby by:
The recreation B. will be offer-
clos Prayer
National League named John program !
old-timers are: group, weight lifting exhibitionby
ed Aug. 17 and will ed by Rev. Ernest Hutcheson
"Buck" O'Neil as one of their reopen Sep-
the weight training group tember 21. Jr., chaplain and staff member..
full time
coaches, making him Willie "Duke" Slater who and two selections by James
the first Negro coach In the played third base and was also King and Mary A. Patterson. Mrs. Mattie Brown, who is a
major leagues. the manager and owner of the Hitch n ilde! You can travel staff member, is chairman of
team; Amos "Big Wheel" Individual awards were pre clean to outer space in our at- the program committee. Mr.
History was made, not only Woods, was one of the team's sented to persons who participated mosphere. Out of this world. Wallace is a teacher at the
for Chicago, but for Miami as first line pitchers and also play in the weekly tourna- SATELLITE Lounge 6222 NW school.
well because this same man ed left field, the late Wl ford ments by Mrs. Levan. Countywide 7th Ave. You are invited to attend.
once played baseUall here at Soavella, shortstop; Samuel awards were presented by
Dorsey Park as a member of "Bubber" Cromartle center Mr. Bells Mrs. Scott, Mr. Wilder
the once popular Miami Giants field; the late Milton "Lefty" and Mr. Cambridge presented NEW CUSTOM BUILT HOME
team and gained his greatest Bowleg, first baseman; James certificates to the Modern
experience as a player right "Big Mammy" Garfield, second Dance Group, Weight Training Low down payment Low monthly payments
here. hase; Ormond Sampson, catcher) ; group, and Tumbling gro lp.
Old-time Miamians pitcher and general all-around Trophies were awarded to the SEVERAL 1IOU8EH TO CHOOSE FROM

Buck as the sensational will remember player; Tom Wilson, catcher adult tksketball and Junior AH 3-bedroomft. and 2 full bath rooms
the late. Herbert "Stack-of-Dol- Basketball 'teams by Miss Fort-
shortstop and second base- iars" DeVeaux, catcher and infield Open Sunday 2 to 0 p.m.
man of the Miami Giants back
in the early 1020's. O'Neil ; "Hpeedball" Johnson, pitcher In Beautiful Richmond Heights
a s ; "ShJnro)'", pitcher, the base; "Panchito" and his brother -
one of the best
of his 11970 Thru 15100: Flllmore Street
tate Brlsto outfield
Sr. "Chclano" outfield plus
time by baseball followers Payne; ,
and far, and often near.in er and pitcher; "Buster" Me many others. Robert "Bob" OKA D. TAYLOR, AGENT
Knight, right field; "Farmer", Stancll was the assistant mana
tennis regulation shoes baseball rather shoes than with the pitcher; Joe Newbold, second g'r. Days 667 6984 ..- Nights FR 9-6786

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Major League's First 'lip
WAS CAPTAIN OF TEAM 1' i it I Satisfy your leisure thirst ,
O'Neil was captain of. the
Miami Giants for;several years with Old Milwaukee, the one beer ? k

and under his leadership the brewed with a special lightness" {?
team enjoyed its 'greatest suc- ,
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t that never sacrifices flavor. ,

cess.He Ask for Old MilwaukeelCubs' ; I ,
had 'plenty of speed, always rr Q,4'
covered a wide..area of (
the Infield, was quick on the / J r ,..r
throw, possessed a keen knowledge -
of the game and.,.loved
nothing better than playing
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to those .' who knew O'Neal In v/f } .
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his playing days, to, learn that Y tT' } '' '
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he has become a big league
coach and Is rewardedas one
of the finest in the field, tfe{ s
was a natural for baseball 7

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PAGE 8 SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1962I 10th AssemblyThe Capitol

I 1 J public is cordially invited fMlAN
to celebrate with us African
anuual assembly of the GOESTOM Theatre
.. Universal Church at 2210 Atlanta
St., Hollywood The assembly JOCK Star!
. . . . . Aug-
& & && & & &&& & && & &&&111111111111 begins Wednesday, ..*.,*&,**IqTA ,.
-- 26. Come one, come B ttumCKttUCVE
22 to Aug. NOW
Airman Basic Jimmie L. sett, : Louis Hanchell of ZNS all. 4g
.I. Brown, son of Mrs. Ida M. news'station, Carolyn and Keith .
I, Brown of 10401 SW 173rd St., Vivian Sawyer and Elder John Dean, pastor =.KTBCIKI SHOWINGThe
..has been selected to attend the James Catalyn, all from Nas Audley Sears, secretary
United States Air Force techni'j sau. I I I _,IJ I
i' cal. training course for

Icemen here. Mrs William Saxon and FRIENDLY GROUPKINDERGARTEN
airman 13 Town's Talk r\;:
The 17-year-old a daughter, Elsie of Philadelphiaare ,rG"r.
graduate of Mays High Schoolin
of Mrs.

Goulds. Williams Miss hou&eguesta,Rosa 1735 NW B. Fannin 62nd Terr.and Amateur Nite r.:<;',;<.

Rollls,Jones were married Sun Will its fall session Thurs. '>" I
The American Teachers Association open Every ,'
met here July 25 28 Mrs day, Ann August West 12, at 10965 the Perry home Dr.of Tuesday morning Sept. 4, I. .' I
A with one of Miami's Junior Richmond Heights. After the 1962 at' the school 1466 NW
school choral andGirl's
high group
., Ensemble of Booker T.Washington marriage a nice repast was enjoyed 5th Place. ,
furnishing music
under the direction of Mrs. Registration is now in : .:
Mable Dorsett Glover, who Atlee Elvis Paschal left Miami progress! ,
served as chairman of the con on Aug. 4 via the Championto informationCall
For further
ventlon music. visit his aunts and cousins in : .
Washington, D. C. 374.0247 or FR 1.5750 BOBBY t41 t' A r M
The choral group and Girl's After 8 call
Ensemble received high praises p.m.
and congratulatory comply Dr. and Mrs Joseph Poitier OX 15451'Mrs. MARSHALLYour
and their children returned to kri f
ments. '\ Vera B. Durham
.Lv1aml alter spending an enjo)'- Host and M.C.
Some of Miami's outstanding dUle vacation in Bimini. Supervisor '1 i,
talents appeared as Baldwin Aj31 Weekly. Jackpot Prize '!
Hepburn, Linton Berrien, Arthur I
Mr. and Mrs. John Broxton of
Evans and soloist of Pnnauelpnia, ana their child' .1 u v II James Williams and L
Northwestern High School,
ren are vacationing nere. Mrs. Save Life The TwistersDRIVEIN
John Dillard, Eric Knight, a -
broxion is the former Verna
Freddie Pittman, Art Johnsonand
Poitier, sister of Dr. Joseph
his Quintet.
Poitier. Drive Carefully!
Mrs. Glover's Choral group
and Girl's Ensemble were high.
ly recognized and appreciated. I
group.Orchids to the directress and Nurse's Aid Training ProgramAGES UR PITY


Airman Basic Eugene E. El. THEA THE
liott III, son of Mrs Mary L. DADE COUNTY PHONE 947-8861
Mathews of 572 NW 10th St., is
being reassigned to the United BROWARD COUNTY PHONE 922.2459 OX 1.7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St.

States training Air course Force for technical supply 388 N.E. 168th STREET NORTH MIAMI BEACH ..... -.".:... ,-....

specialists at Amarilla A KB, .

Tex The: airman is a 1962 graduate 1 First Miami ShowingFA

of Booker T Washington

I t': High School. BLUE NOTE BAR

Mrs. Louise Boyer Illley and TRILOGY SHOCK HORROR!
co-worker of L. Jl. Beautician OF AND
Unite No. 55 returned from 5211 N.W. 17th AvenueELINOR'S I

Cleveland, Ohio after a most l lSJ
successful trip to the National ,
Beauty Culturist League Institute I ( 3
and convention. The state
of Florida was well represented ,
throughout. Mrs. Riley has Y\
finished a course in weevingand BIRTHDAY PARTY
wig making at the Institute
where she is a past graduateand
was also put on the junior SATURDAY NITE, AUG. 18
executive board at the convent
tion. Mrs. alley wishes to ex FREE HATS BALLOONS CONFETTI I <> .
press her gratitude to the HELP US CELEBRATE. BRING YOUR FRIENDS '
members and friends of 'nit U AMOK/M MTUNATWIUl.rlnMl
No. 55 for their love and sup. AND HAVE A BALL!! .
port they have given. EDGAR ALLAN POE'S
Miss Jane Pratt, assistant to
Dr. W. A. Chapmen celebrated I Unescorted ladies are welcomeWe I
her birthday Wednesday, Aug. always have fun at the Blue Note II 17t offmPANAWSION.udCOLOR
15 with an afternoon lUlIche n. The Friendliest Bar in Town '
Among visiting guests from
Nassau were Sammy White, Our attractive barmaids Gerri and Pearl will II
Carl Bain, Leon Finder, Prince aTAMIIIe
I Albert Pratt Expected visiting Be happy to serve you VINCENT PRICE.pnERlOME
I relatives and friends are Mrs.
Mamie Artwood, Helena Dor -=-1 BASIL RATHBOHEwDEBHAPAIlET:

........term was II1I.tt eolIRI

3 Liberty TheatreCOR. $I % pstnCSE.

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: I and Roney are mailing picture
post cards from across the wa SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1962 PAGE 9

ters. It's a Nassau vacation for

the lucky pair Post cards ,Bethany The hours are 7:30 till 5 p.m.
from Ellis and ,EVa Add rley / Hot lunches, rest period, '.experienced
vacationing In New York. They Kindergarten I teachers and PICK' up
t1R HIEPINDER motored up accompanied by I f' and delivery service Call NA
their sister, Adrian and brother, Opens Sept. 4 *,' 4-74S5 Or NE 32400.
OX Alvin. Registration begins Aug. 27.

.. Bethany KlndergarterwCOOl .. ., '., T..SI:.
NW 25th ave., announce Its
GRIN AND BEAR IT: uTcll opening
Tuesday, Sept.3M
VE YOU CAT In on "Dot THAT BIRTHDAY party at
me, sir, who was braver than der 'new '
management, Monday
and Mop" appearing nightly at the Clue Note Bar on 17th ave., Lancelot, wiser than Socrates, through Friday. Times' Ads Pay Oft!
the Satellite Lounge? You're 'Jn Saturday night honoring Eli more honorable than Lincoln, ;
for A ,treat. Bill Harris a-czz? wittier than Mark Twain, and -- - -
this nor, Is lug happenings for the
host and manager of rocket more handsome than Apollo.
flaring cozy lounge continue'' to little bar al5311 17th ave. It's "My wife's first husband." For Sale -- 3 Bedroom CBS ;'
extend invites and greeting thing. i
Mona Just a Beginning:
newcomers Lisa got The barmaids are Gerrl and Y young
loose Saturday night and did he Pearl My first to hear from actor came home all excited, Tile roof Oak Floors Carporte. .::1 .
rock the house! It took Fat Northwest was this Invite "I've landed a part!" he told his ,..
Daddy and his 200-plus(( to bring to participate Jaycee's In a Fellow father. "It's a new play-I have $500 DOWN $85 MONTH
Lisa back on stage. Lisa's mother Buffet Supper honoring the role of a man who's been
a and father were here, but ship Moses Perry, recently appoint. married"for 25 years." 2269,NW. 49th Street ,:'
this was not the reason for his ed to International staff of the "Fine, nodded his father\
outburst, he Just loves to go I Africa. The "That's a start' anyway. Maybe .
'Y' In Euganda, New 4 bedroom 2 bath down
I next time : $1,000
and when the house is right, JC's and wives have dated get a speaking
that's it 1 1 I The attendance for part.
24 for the occasion.
Little Willie John's three-day Aug.iI.LEOTIIA Corner 8th,Ave. & 56th St. JE 1.5973
stand at the King 0' Hearts :k _
SANDS and Theodore Join some of Miami's nice
was a record breaking gig. The
plans a renovation jots for the Harrell are mailing Invitesto people_ Become a part of our II r ............ ." 'T' _. ..". _
their Sept. 2 Mt. Zion altar "Out of this world" atmosphere. _
month offer
of Sept. to more trek. Reception follows at Q. SATELLITE LOUNGE, 6222 ANOTHER BIG WEEKENDAT
space, better sound and greater W. Carver' YMCA. NW 7th Ave.
attractions all around.

BOBBY MARSIIALL is letting '
it be known that he's:still LADIES LEARN TO BOWL!
the greatest at the Knight Beat. BEAT
Hh following; up with three
numbers, backing by a Stella LADIES LEARN TO BOWL
floor show and star that wasn't
too bright In her first, appear- LADIES LEARN TO BOWL
ance here, saved the evenlnffJarrv > TONITE, TOMORROW AND
: Tl, r""}vile rack at FREE AT
Ml FJntprfi'npr Loiwwn; by th* SUNDAY, AUGUST 17 1819 .
time th't' sheet 1 chat with Rvplvn Thorns! cousin BUNCHE LANES A Sensational 2-Star Attraction
of Vicky Con<'z( tells she's
,Jn Japan Little Richard
return: to these! mrti as a converted 2282 Bunche Park West Drive V.i 1 .
"Klnc of Rack/ 'n' floll". 'Y iri
Tt'i a benefit affair at Northv OPA-LOCKA
tern Sunday, A ua. 26. Two r
shows. It's for Bethany SDA 4
building fund: Tuesday, August 21-8 p.m.



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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA tree were damaged.Two two ahnual visits "here 'one which a home Is being built for
I on the flood tide in July and a widow whose husband, a police -
PAIGE! 10 SATURDAY AUGUST 18, 1962 persons were killed in the second In August. was killed during the per
traffic accidents within 13: formance of his duty by a
hours in Nassau recently. Eight- Bert Cambridge has announced robber early this year. The
year-old Clara Rahming w a skilled that he will tte a candidatefor woman has five small children.An .
I ijL'N AND BAHAMAS instantly on July 26 the West In coming General -
AROUIMJHE when she ran in the path of a Election. He represented the excited crowd gathered

HBUfJ"LrV--'V'..* "".."*.., ** "" '. ,... truck driven by Randolph Southern District for 14 years outside the Cellar Wine Shopon
"Fish" Miller on Kemp Road. prior to 1946 when he was de Bay St. on Aug. 1, when
The Bahamian athletic team J I West Indies." She was the daughter of Mrs. feated. Alexander Reckles, 9, a Guardian
comprising' about 60 men andwomen He said ,that the trustees were Rosalie Rahming who had newsboy, was put out of
left Nassau on 'Justified in claiming possessionjf come from Bennett's Harbor, Funeral services for Leon the store by a 12-year-old, for
for Kingston, Jamaicato certain church and "making nuisance of himself."
August 9 buildings 7at Island, to see a son who Walton held Sun- a
compete in the 9th Central .and from Kev. Brown and was sick at the Princess Mar. Young were Rumers flew thick and fast!
day, Aug. 5, at St. FrancisXavier's
American and Caribbean Games ,nonetary payment for damagesco taret Hospital. Miller was ar- that the boy was thrown out
I_ \ to be held August 1125. the property. The judge suggested 'ected.:; Cathedral. Interment by the store manager, but all
Sent by the Bahamas Olympic that "in order to end Fifty-three-year-old Albertha followed In St. Matthew'sCemetery. proved to be false. The police
Association, the team is thenternationalsspor jnce and or all, the outstanding Taylor was knocked down and dispersed the crowd and are
native of
to enter an ssues between the parties::! Mr. Young was a making further investigation.
s contest. It .ney might perhaps try once illed in a car accident July 27 Sandlland Village and a man of
will participate in athletics again, througn the medium of near the Conch Shell Club on many parts. In his heyday he
basketball, swimming andyachting. .neir present counsel, to holdan i 31ue Hill Road. The driver served as a courageous memo Nurse Savaleta Hope, 30,
impartial congregational I sped away after hitting the wo- ber of the House of Assemblyfor died on July 25 at the home of
Curry, 25, James Alex- .neetlng, under an impartial nan and has not been found. many years, representingthe her daughter, Mrs., EllzaWeth
James chairman, to try and settle those 'he police have been searchIng Eastern District of New
ander Wallace, 18, and Michael Smith, Market St. She is survived -
found guilty of jiitierences in a friendly way. It in every section of New Providence he was A keen
Bethel, 20,with were violence by a ,vould be a tragedy if those of- Providence. business man, a builder and by another daughter,
robbery Court jury on July 17. Jeers who were serving the. realtor In spite of his advancedage Mrs. Ruth Knowles, two sons,
I. Supreme Wallace who was also guilty ot hurch so well up to 195b More than 30,000 passing and falling health, about Samuel of New York and Wale
was sentenced to 8 years hould: now be barred from taking lacks paid the waters about three years ago he launched a ter, 13 grandchildren 11 great
rape 12 strokes. The other two their full part in the Church. Nassau their annual visit in real estate development project.
and six each. Clifford ue." ; July, and fishermen netted One of his last deeds of kindness grandchildren and other iela-
got years
Clarke, the fourth in the rob Phillip Marshall, son of Mr. 13,000. Passing jacks make only was the gift of a lot on tives.
bery charge, pleaded guilty and and :Mrs. Amos Marshall of
was given five years.In Jeorge Town, Exuma, was killed -
on July 15 when two station
a 10-page Judgemen t on wagons carrying children from
July 18, Mr. Justice Scarr ruledin Jeorge Town to a Church procession IS !
favor of Rev. Dr. H. W. : at Hart's, collided as HERE IT
Brown in the civil case between .hey turned into the church
I Dr. Brown and the trus- yard.
tees of Bethel Baptist,Church. Nine-year-old Wilbert Jones,
The Judge said, in stating his iOn of Mr. and Mrs. Theophilus
opinion, "the proceedings have Jones of Eight Mile Rock, Grand
revealed a very unhappy stateof Jahama, was killed by lightning ,, ; BOWLING
affairs in what is perhaps one on July 17. A part of his pa
of the oldest Churches in the rents' kitchen and a casuarina


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SPORTS WORLD OVER High Lessie School Haynes 4-H of Club the was Mays one Bowling Alley To OpenOn ,

of the four Florida Club memo

By LEO B. ARM BRISTER bers who were selected for the 36th Street August 30
high award in 4-H Club work

during this year. These awards I Pinland Bowling Lanes announces and for the convenience of the
--- -- "'G 1 were given in the basis of records its grand opening on bowler, there is a snack bar
and demonstrations Thursday evening, August 30 with a full line of refreshments.A .
Closes leadership of at 8 pm. at 1975 NW 36th St. nursery will be .provided for
YMCA and achievement in
Banquet Under new management and a bowling mothers. For the con
4H.This new policy, the Finland Bowling venience of clubs and organiza
award took the selected Lanes are now open to all. tions. Finland will offer a free
group to Washington, D. C. meeting room.
Operating under the full sanction
Summer ProgramThe Aug. 4-13 on a conducted tour of the American Bowling
sponsored by the Agricultural
Congress the establishment
hxtensian Stephen DayCare
Service will have
14 AMF
faces of a dozen and a low down plnspotter
any good road behind
lanes, free parking and instructions
half boys shown like bright a competent leader. Miss Haynes reports that our Center
stars and had every right to nation's history came alive for for non-bowlers. Easily
given in their honor PAR AND BIRDIE CLUB her during her week's stay in accessible Uy automobile, the
at banquet the Carver branch of the TOURNEYED AT the Nation's Capital. The many address is also) on the public 1781 NW 73rd Street
YMCA.In ORANGE BROOK places which she visited included transportation facilities of the Registration for the St. Stephen -
IN reality these boys were The Par and Birdie Club the Capital Building, the Metro bus system. Day Care Center will begin
stars and held every right to changed battle grounds for the White House, Department of Pinland hopes to be able to August 27. Rates by the
beam with pride, as they did, activities of their last monthly Agriculture, Federal Bureau of develop bowling as a family week $5.00, by the day $1.25.
of their achieve tournament. Orangebrook in investigation, Department of Hot lunches, and pickup ser I
in the glory sport and to bring to the com
vice. For further informationcall I
ments.It fashionable Hollywood was the Printing and Engraving, Wasn- munity wholesome recreationfor
was the climax to a duo scene of action for the club and ington Monument, Jefferson both young and old. Theyare PL 8G007. i
program that netted the local its guests Memorial), Lincoln Memorial, In the process of formulate St. Stephen will officially I
community invaluable gain in Hard swinging clubs and far. Mount Vernon, Smithsonian Institute ing leagues from within the established open Sept. 4. "Splendid care
the frame-work of our youth flying balls were soon to pro Howard University, the I groups in the local and supervision" is our motto.
physical fitness building pro duce some very creditable National 4-4 Center. community churches, civic Aug25Canvassers
gram and the decisive muzzling scores on a course which is reputed Miss Haynes, senior and social clubs, both among
of an errant trend of delinquency to be one of tne great Mays High, has a been a 4-H at the men and women In out
In our community. challenges to a good gOlfer's Club memUer for nine area.
Frank Ross director of the skill in this area. years
ana lives with her Barents. Mr. I
Anyone Interested In the for
"1" was limitless In praise for Wyman Coleman, a great golf and Mrs. Sammie 'Haynes -'at mation of team or league is New credit company needs
Charles Higgs who challengedthis enthusiast, who is a prominent Richmond Heights. asked to contact us by mall anda men and women. Easy weekly
mammoth task single- figure in golf ,activities in his representative will be happyto terms. All you have to know Is
handed and with virtually no hometown of Hempstead, N.Y. employed people. We close
meet with them.
backing, except the WILL to was high in praise for the beau. 9 Straight Strikes! each sale for you. Best deal in
do and emerged with an admir ty and layout of the course. He Finland) wants to develop a town. Phone Mr. Benny,
able Job well done. did not feel his 89 was good, Oneda Kensman, one of the bowling lane that we all can be .532-6761 Sunday 10 to 6. Dally 7
Higgs pitying the many but we give much credit allow. Instructors proud of-one with the unique to 9 a.m. and 8.11 p.m.
children who vagrantly roam ing the handicap of playing ing clinic at of the ladies bowl atmosphere of friendly competition
our streets, and crowd them the course the first time. Lanes, rolled fabulous Bunche governed by the bowlers
selves in to the most Incompatible Trophy winners for this strikes in nine straight themselves. These were the Day timers have n ball at the
places during the summer month's activities were: Clover Leaf competition play at ideals of the management when SATELLITE: AH day lone
vacation; made a bee line for CHAMPIONSHIP Ernest with the Lanes. Sne bowlea asked what the Uislc policies there's something going on.
I the 'Y' and to Frank Ross for Hayes and Joe Davis. League and Liloreto Realty under which they will operate Enjoy our nltc club Atmosphere
rolled a 278 with a In the time. I
I,the apportunity to originatethe FIRST FLITS Phillip 665 set. day
now celebrated summer Dorsey and John Ferguson. lanes are alr-condltloped 6222 NW 7th Ave. I
program. SECOND FLITE Willie Oneda from the Brunswick I:
Great Interest created In the Miller and Charles Peterson. Joe Wilma Instructors School, .
Junior Baseball League and it THIRD FLITE Thomas Is a graduate of BPAA and Have a Lifetime Profession
was this phase of the program (Sonny) Armbrlster and Frank AJBC Instructor. HhA vninn.
that such a lavish banquet- was DuBolse._ teers her services and teaches
prepared.The 'I FOURTH FLITE Leo Arm. the ladles clinic each Tuesday 'Care-Craft' School for Nurse's Aids
hard working corps of 'brlster and Odessa Wells. cringing to Bunche Lanes a
the LMCA, Frank Ross, lona EXCELSIOR LEAGUE ..., wealth of experience in bowling
Blackshear, supervisor of arts, know how. SUMMER CLASSES NOW FORMINGFor
and crafts division; Charles QUALITY
Higgs, recreational director all EXCELSIOR LEAGUEThe Ten Weeks Courses Day or Night ,
expressed dejiction in the small Mi Major League Is experiencing James Terry's 216, 201 210
turnout for the occasion for a traffic jam by all also Is indicative that the bowl Register Now Payment plan to suit you
which they had prepared ardu teams trying to crowd first ing of the Excelsior league
ously. place before the end of the beginnning in September, will 1711 W. Flagler St. Call FR 9.7357
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so attentively.It ing high positions In the
was a delightful pleasurefor league.
Yours Truly to present: the Johnny White's 244 game in
trophies, plaques and awards to his KKJ set is evidence of, the
these fine young people, who games that are being rolled in CAPITOL !
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PAGE; 12 SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1962 In sad but loving memory ot'I AMES of ARTHUR ANNIE BETHUNE
our dear mother and sister, i who departed this life August

MARY JANE HOYTK Q-jgivlsh to express theirthankstOffeach .

who died August 22, 1928, and I and.cweqone' for Jthe
I: August 21, 1941, respectively. cards, telegram and flowers

CARDS ..MEMORIALS and The Heaven seperatlon Is a narrow between partition us- during ment. our hour.tit: tof', bereave-'

I and death is but the Special thanks tq"tev.. JSJ.
swinging doors. The dead are Williams and members of Metropolitan .

"fH" MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn living, more fully living than AME 'Church, -also
Richardson's Funeral Home.
;, find but loving memory of sad but loving memory o: e xA we.Their children: May God bless each of you.

our aunt and great aunt, ,. Helena Sifontes Holly Bethune, son
MRS. JESSIE WYNN I f f '::' ':.,n, .'S Jestina E. Bourne Zelpha Brown, daughterAnd

,who departed this life August ",.\':1",' Family
22, 1961. 'tJ""II '" -, ..j'. CARD OF THANKS
We often sit and think of you ,?\ H"i

How you died < ..:,S" ,I. < We the family of the late, Range .
You could not say good-bye. ; PHILIP G. BULLARDwish

,Before you closed your eyes, .; rt to express our sincere AMOS TURNER, 1907 NW
The blow was hard, the pain thanks and appreciation to the 'i ourt 28 died Wednesday -
2nd apt.
friends who were so
severe many 9 at Magnolia Hospltaf -
.: Aug.
Even though we know your kind during our bereavement.: short Illness. He is
Thanks for letters, cards, telegrams after a
death was near
Py'yTin thanksto survived by his widow, Annie,
It flowers. Special
God give us strength '- 1"f ,
: two sons, a
And courage to bear the Wow I Rev G. Johnson and memo four daughters brothers., Serviceswere
those who lost can tell bers of Trinity Wesleyan sister, six
Only ,, .
""""""" held at 4 p.m. Monday,
and members
the pain fare-well. MRS. -------1 Church of Greater, officers Miami Temple of \ug. 13 at Greater Israel Primitive -
Of parting without a : i Church Rev. p, D.
Russell, Oscar and Tyson r01' who I Elks, also Hills Chapter OES, Intermentwas

sons, nephews ft 21, 1060 at Nassau, Bahamas. I I and the House of Albert. Brantley at Evergreen/officiating.
Bertha M. Walton, Gone, but not forgotten. May God bless each of you.

Lora Duncan Asleep In Jesus, blessed sleep. The Family NATHAN KELLY, 1087 NW

Izola Williams, M ab From which none ever wakes 1 i 73rd St., died Thursday, Au*
Rose M. Nell, nieces r 'to weep" ) at, Florida State Hospital. He
Tolietha Goins, grand niece 44f May she rest In peace. DEATHSAlbert 's survived by his wife, Annie

.... .. Mrs. Eva Lawrence, Mae, two sons two brothers.
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daughterMrs. The body was shipped to Starke
MR. Fla. for final rites
. departed ,this life August Victoria Moss, sister
loving memory of my deal 30 1901. Arlington Thomas and 'WALTER FISHER JR.,

husband, May he rest in peace and Japhus Ferguson, brothers MRS. ESTELLE PARNELL, I 4320 NW 31st Ave, was dead

- L light perpetual shine upon him. O. Lawrence, son.in-law of 10141 W., Guava St., Perrine,, upon arrival at Jackson Hospital -
Mrs Maude Moncur, wife, ,, Is
died Aug. 7. Her survivors Include on Saturday, Aug. 11. ;He
And FamilyCARD husband, Percy; a daugh., survived, Uy his mother, May-
CARD OF THANKSThe ter, Mrs. Lula M. Ruff, a son,, I ola, two brothers, three sisters,
std 1ra OF THANKSThe and two uncles. Funeral
family of the late Jimmie; three sisters two four sons
I'brothers and eight grandchild services will be held at 4

family_of_the_!lateVJji ,,,, v ..I ren. Funeral services will beHeld p.m. Saturday, Aug. 18 at An-
at Mt. ZIon Holiness tloch Baptist Church. Inter
va Church, Elder Bruce Ingraham, ment will be ,in Lincoln Cemetery

; pastor, with burial in Paradise .

Jackson Hospital, Aug. 8. Services known as 'Snapper Dad", J331
1F.k were conducted Aug. 11 NW 1st court died Friday, Aug.
10. He Is survived by his mother
r :at Mt. Neba Baptist Church,,
She Beulah, a sister and two
Rev. J. E. Murray, pastor
is survived ,by two sons, Edward brothers. Funeral services. will
and Grover C. Sims; rJaughter4nlaw be held at 1 p.m: Saturday, Aug.
four grandchlldren 18 at Mt. Olive Baptist Church;
Including Mrs. Laura Rev. I. C. Mlcklns officiating.
Interment will be at Lincoln
i Green and two great-grandchild
Burial was In Evergreen
She resided at 6580 SW COth ED WEST, 687 ,23rd St..
J Hialeah, died Aug. 12. He 1s survived .
ace, by his wife, Annie, a
W2SttV brother and two sisters. Ser
HERBERT L. MILLERwho 8. HU vices will be held at 10:30: a.m.
5th ave., died Aug. ;
departed this life August survivors are flva sisters, Me,:. Saturday Aug. 18 at the New
Mt. Zion Baptist Church, 3101
4, 1961. a Brown Elizabeth
ames: Nancy I
NW 50th st.Francis .
When love is done
PIckett, Mary rrances Genyard,,
But, the loving memoryOf Fannie Mae Robinson, and Lu-
your beauty will --- Mlle: Standberry; several nieces,,,
Live on-on. BURGER MR. JOHN EDWARD DAVIS nephews. Funeral services .

Marie Miller, wife I who OLIVER this life July 30, who died on July 26, and was were held !In the chapel Aug..
Mary Miller, mother wish to thank and express theirsincere laid to rest on August 2, 1962 14, Rev. F, L. Smith, officiating MRS. GLADYS. MACKEY
appreciation to our take this method of expressing with burial in Evergreen. KNOWLES> a pioneer residentof

., OF THANKS friends and neighbors tor thanks and appreciation to the 1381 NW 71st St., died Aug.
I CARD .J flowers many cards, donations, telegrams many friends who were so Infant Redford died In Mt. 13 Funeral services will be
The family of the lateREV. calls, food and kindness 'kind during its hours of bereavement Sinai Hospital Aug. 9 and was held at St. Agnes Episcopal
__ during our hour of bereave. funerallzed Aug. 14. His parents Church on Monday, Aug. 20,
f JMS' k are Mr. and Mrs. RobertRedford 10:30: a.m. with Fr. John E. Cul-
+ ment. Thanks for your cards, letters of 1281 NW 61st St.
:ner, rector, officiating. Remains
Our special thanks to the pastor I
telegrams, flowers, cars
: will Ife view
and on beginning
Rev. D. A. Bradley I
and all other kind gestures of
for' WILLIE B. STROZIER who Sunday afternoon until
the Funeral Home
ytIY ? sympathy lived at 2035 NW 77th St. died 3:30
their service rendered. : a.m. Monday. The body will
May lovely God's richest blessings Your sympathetic understanding tug 9. Surviving are' his widow lie in repose at St. Agnes be-

M1 rest each of you. brought much consolation Laurene, a son, mother, inning 7 a.m. Monday until
6r d VIr -.- Ada B. Strozier of Doug. funeral time. Survivors include
The Family and will never know
4 how much you It Is appreciated at las, Ga., six sisters; five brothers Iwo daughters, Mrs. Emily Lewa .
MEMORIAM this sad time. and many more. He was and Mrs. Ardle Bell Edwards,
IN sent to Douglas Aug. 16 for services three sons, Clifford Titus and

In sad but loving memory of Special thanks to: Auxiliary and burial.CHARLES Melvin Knowles; four sisters,
our dear wife, daughter and No. 2; ushers boards NOH l. Mrs. Caroline Morley, Mrs. Es-
j mother, J and 4; the P. H. Felder C. WOODEN was tella Johnson, Mrs. Irene
------------------ Boards, and the Edward Cherry accidentally electrocuted while Glenton and Mrs. Monica Rah-
jI I Board, all of Greater Bethel at work Aug. 9. He Is survivedby fling; three grandchildren.
AME Church; Usher Board No. his widow Margaret! two
[ I of Mt. Zion Baptist Church, children, parents. and 6 hers.

II.I The Rev Edward T. Grahamand He was sent to Albany, Ga. Ric ar sol .
I. fI"I the Rev. Emory Jackson Aug. 13 for final rites.
I : ( of Mt. Zion Baptist Church, MACK LAMB of 420 NW
I .. r+ and the Richardson Funeral VICTOR BUTLER, SR., pioneer 16th St.. apt. 10 died Aug. 1L
c, 9 Home. Miamian of 1228 NW 68th He leaves to mourn a wife,

j ."t' ; ,. Terr., died at home, Aug. 12. Cora, two daughters, Mrs.trances .
{ Again, thanks: to everyonefor Funeral services will be held' L. McNeil Mrs. Bar-
11 eM' ,everything Saturday at 2 pm. at New.. bara L. Pratt, two sons, MacK
(c CHARLIE GRIFFIN ''I r Mrs. Ella Davis, Bethel Baptist Church, Rev. Edmond and James Allen. Ser'
,,; wishes to express deepest i devoted wife Ernest Williams, pastor. His' vices will be held in the chapel
:, ':. thanks and appreciation to the survivors Include his widow Aug. 18 at 2 p.m. with the
friends and neighbors for andOfficer Rev. L. A. Thompson of Temple
many Estelle, two sons, Preston
cards, telegrams, flowers; and CARD OF THANKSWe Victor Butler Jr, two Baptist Church officiating.
I ;" other tokens. Many thanks for '?i :c daughters, Mesdames Lillie M.
kind gestures shown during the familw of the late, Claire and Martha House, a WILL WHITE of 3078 NW
r our recent bereavement. '' MISS ANN CURRY brother, ten grandchildren. He 51st St. died at his home on
ti\\f, The Griffin Family .b who was laid to rest on August will be on view In his home Aug. 10. He leaves to mourn a
8, wish to thank our many from 6 pm. Friday. wife, Marian, a step-son, Steward .
!: and Matthews, a nephew Earnest
MEMORIAMIn many friends, neighbors
: < relatives for kindness shown MRS. WADE of 322 Edwards of New York
loving memory of our dear during our recent hours' of be NW 16th Terr died Aug. 14. City. Funeral services will be
'", mother "'-s'- -'- reavement. Thanks for the Survivors are two sisters, Mesdames held on Friday, Aug. 17 at 3
,. M iS.. MARTHA SMITH MRS. MARJORIE SANDS many cards, flowers and telegrams Liza Marshall and Laura pm. from ML Zion Baptist
\, who departed this life August MILLS and all other kind ges Hunter, two brothers. Lewis Church with Rev & A. Thomasof

I ", 20, 1944. who departed this life August tures. Special thanks to ',the and Oscar Blake, a stepdaughter Mt. Sinai Baptist Church, of-
) Gone, but not forgotten. 13, 1961. Lilly White Lodge' OPB, Rev. Mrs. Marian Marshallof
I, Some may forget ;you, now Sleep on dear one and take Hlerffs and Greater Bethel Jacksonville. Services will be
that you're gone, but I will re- your rest AME Church and the Richardson conducted at 11 a.m. SaturdayIn
.' member no matter how long. We love you but God' loves you Funeral Home. May God the chapeL She will be on ; -Services will be held at St.
Your daughter, Uest. bless each and everyone of you. view In the chapel from Friday John Baptist Church, Rev.
Mary Clark The Family The Family afternoon. Thedford Johnson, pastor.

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44th St. Large rooms, hardwood ,..
floors, nice Florida room, gar. SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1962 PAGE 13
age1,..1 like new, $100 down. Total
$12,500. A. Ben-Korl, Realtor, .J
2644 NW 62nd St. rites! PL --
9-5533, days OX 19372.

$8,950 total. See 1935 NW KING SOLOMON'S
47th Terr. Air conditioned. Fla. .j
room, house In perfect condition
big lot. $300 down. A. 13enKorl TWO SISTERS .
Realtor, 2614 NW 62nd St.
nltcs PL 9-5533, days OX
iOfl 'RENT FOR SALE If you: Cannot qualify for a DREAMBOOK ,

loan. I have d nice 3 bedroom
3.f00M.Cottage8 water NW furnish. 1169 NW 46th St $450 down CBS for yot l,50d. .$8i pays M X'
eek. 8th
ed JlO 969 Bt. for this prestige location, all. This Is a good deal. Calf n'1!
FR .. charming. CBS opened lot. FHA A. Ben-Korl; Realtor, 2614 NW
E. 1'ItARb terms. Phone PL 8-6261. Fed 62nd St., nltes PL 9r5533, days, BETTER THAN ONE ., .
eral OX 1.9372.Jaycees.
Rehtal Agency Mortgage Co. 5909 NW 2nd
Rental collections; property'l Ave. PI 4-2605. Let us get money like bees, make honey; we'll build us 'a')

management, real estate I NG'IRON and refrigerator to Meet new home, get a new car. The thought of our success shall 1
NW 8th St. PR I -
71.2902 The Northwest Miami
In"good condition, $35 bring hnppines-
Junior Chamber of Com.merce
1 BEDROOM furnished apt., All NE each.4-2885 2985 all NW 48th Terr.' Call will hold a special call Gee, we are well fixed financially.
utilities. Downtown area. $18. meeting on Monday, Aug. 20,
NE 40500. Indf DEER and Wine b rand at 8 p.m. All, members are asked GET THIS BOOK TODAY AT
to be' present at the beautiful
FREE ,ROOM for elderly lady lunchroom. $750 to handle. Hampton House for this Harlem Drug 1400 NW 3rd Avenue
Realty, PL 4-0655.
In exchange for night company special meeting.
for 11 year old girl, ,PL 77822. HAlltmWAAmHAS Community Drug 6750 NW 15th Ave. .
John's Market Old Dixie Hwy., Hajlandale
i FURNISHED weekly rooms. Own Your Own Home Today !
$18 single, $10 double. Washing. Economy Drug 1101 NW 3rd Ave.
Guest House, 2170 Washington
Ave., Opa-locks, A31 Why Should Yqu Pay Rent! ------.----.-.----------.---.-------..--------..

UFA LOCKA area. 1 ,bedroom, $50 Cash $25 Weekly r.. ,.
nBfrljr\ decorated. Uiidtiair.hed. ,
$U. frtirhj8ned $21. 2 bbdrobmiMilrn. $5,950 t6ta>l buyi you a 2 bedroom home. No qualifying FINEST SELECTION IN MIAMI
$18, fUrh. 2 bedroom anyone can buy Se today '
NE 4.0500 tad

NEWLY Renovated furnished or --0- LOVELY HOMES OPENLow
unfurnished apts. in the Opa 2380 N.W.' 51st Street
Lock area near church, school .
and shopping center. Call Mick $6,950 total $150 cash ,Low Down Payments 4
Ins Rental Agency NE 4.0600. Only $65 month for this 2 bedroom furnished! home. ",,, ;

Indf Move In today. No qualifying. EZ TERMS! LESS THAN RENT. .,
Alit ctuUjb.dttdltdridm incllidIRjg = $- ._..._.... .:
i i HeMs! Janitorial service, etc. .
Available! for church use. Call S064 NW 43rd Street 745 NW 46th Street y i

OX 6-0231. Indf. $350 Down $70 Month pays all Brand new modal 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, large Fla. ;

FURNISHED efficiencies, utilities' 2-bedroom,.1 bath, Florida, room, nicely landscaped. room and utility room. Mutt' see this before you buy,

Included, $12.50 a week. 620 N.W partly furnished, open Sunday 1.5 p.m. We have 12 lots to' choose from to put this '"made
8th St. FR 72902.
-0- to order home" where you desire. '

2 BEDROOM duplex apt. Partly $490 down $79 month pays all -. V
furnished. Adults only, 1101 NW
77th St 1825 N.W. 41t STREET 1344 NW 46th Street

May be used as a1' duplex with a '1 bedroom, 1 bath
Shining CBS Fla. spotless, has over -
room, garage,
1076-B NW 54th St. tide home "
each or a 2 bedroom 2 bath I with car handle. "7
total .
2 "thing. $600 to ,
furnished 1 bedroom '
Gas and water free $20 apta porte. Furnished! complete, fruit tree galore. Only .
per -. I----
weiMfeNW! 54th at, 1 fur. $9,500 total. Open Sunday 1-8 p.m. i
nished house, water free $20 --0A --- 4701 NW 10th Avenue :

quired.Per week phone 2 weeks day NEs40212 friendly talesman will show you these. We ar Large corner homes in Manor Park, near bus and
night \VI 6-4837 range financing alsoeTRIO shopi. $400 down. $76 per month.

ROOM. 1081 NW fist
St. Call
after. 4 p.m. PL 84l64kKOOM REALTY 1831 NW 47th Terrace

3 bedroom CBS, hardwood floors, porch, large
In brlvate home. Twin 801 NW 54th Street
beds and showers, prefer men, rooms, reduced! to $9,500, $500 down, $76 per month.

call 6349654. PL 9-8372 :PL 9-6458 NE S. 74S No closing costs. ..a..I U..A>..Io1t.... ......r." ..Jti flraS
$20 PER WES&. Nice little
house lovely'y rd can pay' 7400 N.W, 10th ,Avenue .

_Wrt_ rtm. See today/ NE 5-5566. I I" Gorgeous corner CBS'hwic and income. A real

ROOM In,'private> home. Home : beauty. Hardwood floors, huge rooms and cedar
like atmosphere. Private porch. I Take Your Choice! 1 lined closets. $800 down. See hits today.

1545 NW 68th St. Call'pX;, 1-1690. _. : ",

ROOM,and use of kitchen. Lady I These Won't Last!! 1112 N.W. 77th Strut
vF.touple $10 week. Call I
. A 47891.- per 3 bedrooms 3 baths, Fla. room, CBS, dining room CBS duplex, beautifully landscaped. $700 down, no

central heat, hardwood floors, laundry room, utility I closing costs. Hardwood floors, screened porch and

room. Need large family or two families. Only $800 patio.

FOR SALE cash. $16,500 total price, $116 Mo. pay all. One .1

KITCHEN CABINETS. so per FHA mortage. No closing costs. Hurry I 1350 NW I' 833 NW 75th Street
cent discount. Come see, come
save. Modern trend kitchens. 45th Street. 3 bedrooms CBS, hardwood_ floors. $350 down $65 I

4985 E. 10th Court. H1al..ah. per month. No closing costs,. ),
A25 I. _: I
CBS house plus two apts. Plus extra 10t-ISSOO-
EXTRA LARGE shadedcorner $1.000 ca h. Payments to suit-For this custom I 741 NW 77th Terrace '," :!:

lot.Come Free see.If FleJclbte you buy terms.this house.1996 built two bedroom, separate dining room, tile bath, Move 'right In thlsi fully furnished 2 bath doll hoQM.

NW 47th St. NE 5-3626. big closet, air conditioned and heated home. Hardwood Hardwood') floors, tile roof carporte, Florid. room.

_ floors, hurricane awnings, deluxe kitchen, $83 month pays all. $10,500 total price..
2U)3t: NW 64th St. Monthly dishwasher, stove, refrigerator, wall to wall carpet- '.. ---
Ipttfftent as low, as $25 with
$ ,boo down. Owner will take in*, plus ravage apts., bedroom, living room, big 747 NW 77th Terrace
Federal Mortgage kitchen including extra lot can be
less PL 8-6261. berth and -
furnished lovely lot quiet area.
fully ,
Co., 5009 NW 2nd, Ave. bought with $2,000 cash, S18.000 total paymentsto CBS duplex in.
Move right
PL 4-2605. $11,500, $750 down. Live rent free.
suit! No closing cost 909 NW 76th St.
4422 NW 11th Place. Com
Thomas Avenue
pletely furnished, 3 bedroom. month. 3342
total price. $1,500 cash $98.50
Only $300 down, check this one $7,000 losing (Coconut Grove)
quick, then phone PL 8-6261, 6V years, one mortgage. No balloon, owners Like CBS huge 3-bedroom, 2 baths, hardwoodfloors
Federal Mortgage Co.,, 5909 NW $3,000. 2 bedroom, living room, fire place tile ,bath, new dining room. No qualify.
2nd Ave. Florida breakfast room. Don't walk run to tile roof, Fla. room,
room in. Reduced price.
Move right
46th St. No closing cost I
1327 NW 43rd St. $350 down. 1470 NW .
tOnly $67 month. for CBS home .
on beautiful, owner pays the cash $68 month pays all.
closing costs. PL 8.62Feder..al 2 bedroom furnished, $350 NEWS REALTY
. Mortgage Co., 5909 NW 2nd Florida room, no closing cost, one FHA mortgage.
Ave. PL 4-2605. .
(The Broker That Works For You)
1983 NW 46th St. $450( down Inc. 4-0655
Gunson Realty PL
for huge CBS on large lot. It'sa I 4600 NW 7th Ave.

full % acre, city water PL 4-1841 (Open Sunday)
sprinkler Phone PL 561 NE 79th,Street
3-6261, Federal.. Mortgage Co.:{, I S.r .
e$*>? ,JW OnoVave;JPL .4-260&, \


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"' Gospel Praise


Crusade On Station WFAB

> me to CliurdiI .'h._ _

Church of The Open Door

Former Miami Priest Rev. Henry C. McDowell ::: :

I Earline D. Cliette, Act. Rep.
The Church of the Open Door
Dies In Mobile AlabamaRequiem through a few years, alreadyhas
certain traditions; one of
mass for The Rev Francis Xavier from 1938 to which is an anticipated me*
Michael Cronin, S.J., former 1948 when he went to the sage each summer from the
pastor of St. Francis Xavier Church of Our Lady, Star of Rev. Joseph Patterson who H:
Parish here was held SaturdayIn the Sea, Key West. minister of our CongregationalChurch
the Spring Hill College in Winston-Salem, N.C.
Chapel In Mobile, Ala. and professor of Teachers Col
I ST. MARY'S W. M. lege. Members and friends enJoyed -
priest died REV. G. G. FANN, Director
The 84-year-old this message Sunday
Thursday in a Mobile hospital. Mrs. Dorothy Major, reporter morning.
He came here from Ireland Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastorOn Although the weather was in. 10:15: a.m. Ministry Spiritual,

and entered the Society of Jesus clement, quite a few brave :Minister G. G. (Bro.) Fann
his scholastic last Sunday our pastor
In 1898. During !
members of The Woman's Fellowship -
period he taught at Spring delivered a very Inspiring mes- i attended the workshop ._.. Sign off 12 noon. For Information
-- -
Hill College from 190911. sage. He was equally as well call 379-1027,
He served as pastor of St. during our night service. Our Monday morning at the church. ART GORDON, Manager
Junior Church furnished music The theme of the workshopwas
morning and night. Sister Se- "Partners With God." Mrs. Sunday's Program Woman's Day At
Una Farrlnjrton/ Is In charge of Thena Crowder, president of 6 a.m.Morning meditationand
ST. Circle 1, presided in the ab-
our Junior Church. Our Sunday prayer, Minister G. G.
Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor School picnic will We at Virgin- sence of Miss Marie Roberts, (Bro.) Fann. Mt. CalvaryMt.
Mrs. S. Dawkims: reporter la Beach. Buses will leave the who is president of the Fellow Spiritual praises, music
The Sunday School and church Saturday, Aug. 18 at 8 ship. Mrs. Enid Curtis Johnsonis 7 a.m.-News and announce- Calvary M. B. Church
Church Auxiliaries Convention a.m. president of Circle 2. ments Rev. W. P. Tarpley, pastor will
was very successful and well The subjects of the workshopwere Spiritual praises, message observe its annual Woman's
attended. We wish to' give special Sunday School 9:30: ; morning Christian Education, led 8 a.m.-Sunday School with us. Day August 26. Mrs. Claudia
thanks to Ardley Richardson worship 11; evening worship 7; by Mrs. Thelma Greene. Friendly WFAB minister G. G. Fann Wilson has been chosen as the
master of ceremonies; Miss The pastor will be In charge of Service, led by Mrs. Ernest conducting. Spirituals, Praises, speaker for the morning serviceat
Maxine Major for the welcome both services. Sister Bertha Crowder. Missionary Educationled Music. 11 o'clock. Mrs. Lillle M.
address;' Miss Leticia Hanna, Adderly Is home and rapidly by Mrs. Henry C. McDowell. 9 a.m.-Church of the Lord Doles will be the evening speaker. -
Miss Delores Hart, Mrs. Bertha Improving. Stewardship led by Mrs. Kelly Jesus of the Apostolic .
Jackson, Rev. L. A. Thompsonof C. Wilson They gained much Faith.
Temple Baptist Church, Rev.I. BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMiss Information from the different 10 a.m.-Unity View Point-Mr. MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev.
C. Miskins of Mt. Olivette discussions. Mrs. Edith Wash Richard Eaton.

Baptist Church. Father Theo Eleanor Ricciardi, Miami ington was the registrar and Gospel, Praises and Music E. M. Thomas. pastor
dore Gibson of Christ Church, artist whose works have Mrs. Sadie Johnson organist. Phyllis Myers reporter
and Rev. G. N. Burns. been on display In various local I wish to thank Mrs. Earllrv*
Sunday morning six members shows, including her own Cliette for pinch-hitting for me two-months pledge. This action The service began with the
joined the Christian family. "one man" show at the McAl and giving you the happeningsat will help hasten the erectionof Sunday School by our pastor.
Visitors are always welcome.May lister Hotel recently will ap the church while I was on our new sanctuary which Is Subject, "Life. The evening
God bless our pastors, pear at the Baha'i Center, 137 my vacation.Th in the making., message was also delivered by
Rev. J. R. Evans, H. Demeritte, I NW 11th ave., Sunday, the pastor.
subject e laymen of the church, A special treat Is In store for
E. E. Newbold.
|Aug. 19. Her will be:
the all
energetic leadershipof who worship at the Churchof
We are still for
praying our
Special prayers were offered "Man International Tribunal. Norman Hurd, last Sunday The Open Door, Sunday,
for:the Rev. G. W. Allen of Key The public Is cordially Invitedto sick and shut-ins. They are:
put on a
special effort asking Aug. 19. Come and bring
your .
Bro. J. C. Doles Sis. Ebbie
West, who was unable to be attend. Phone Secretary, FR that each one contributes to the friends. You are always welcome Williams ,
and Sis. Essie
with us because of Illness. We 1-5420, for further Information.ST. building fund the equavalent of Woods. Mae
wish for him a speedy recovery.
Thanks to all of the members : -
and friends. PAUL A.M.E. CHURCHRev.
Mrs Rosa Roberts Is still F. M. Allen, presiding elder For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
shut-In. We wish for her a Mrs. Lee Cray, reporterSt.
speedy recover.
You are Invited to a SpiritualTea Paul was at her highest
given at Mrs. A. Walker's Sunday with the Rev. T. C.
home, 1239 NW 65th Terr., Sun. Kelly Jr., officiating. His text BONDED
day, Aug. 19, 4 p.m. for Wo was taken from "The Book of
man's Day. Donation one dol- Joshua" which everyone enjoyed .

lar.Ushers' spiritually.
board No. 1 held Its
annual meeting Monday, Aug. Usher Board No. 1 wishes to
13 at the )home of Mr. and Mrs. thank everyone for making Its RENTAL
Ardley Richardson. Plans were anniversary a success. I
made for a pie-walk Saturday Evening service was at Its
best with the Rev. T. C.
evening;, Aug. 18 at the Rich Kelly
ardson's home, 776 NW 64th St. officiating.Do .
On Sunday, during the morn. not forget to visit the sick AGENCY INC.The
and shut-In.
inaf service, the following offi .w
cers and members of the board .

will be installed Audley Richardson J MT. HERMON A. M. E.
president, Mrs. Lillian largest collection and rental
Knowles vice president, Miss Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor
Maxine Major recording secretary Next Sunday will be a long
: Mrs. Audrey Williams! awaited day, for the members eT agency in the South; operating in
assistant secretary; BenJamin 'or on this day, the earth shall \ j
Wallace treasurer; Miss Theresa become broken for the erectionof Dade and Broward Counties'
Lewis, reporter.EBENEZER .
a: new edifice for the build-
Ing of God's Kingdom. '

METHODISTRev. It Is beyond words how the Negro Housing areas.
membership of Mt. Hermon L. L. BROOKS
A D. Hall, minister has grown in the past three PresidentMANAGING
; E. In n-flm, reporter years for the "biggest little
There will he< a Lav Retreat, church In town" has begun to AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
Simrtv. AUHT. 19 of the Atlantic 'look like "The old lady In the
District at thA church from shoe." However, through the '
3-to 6 o'clock. R. S. Jackson hard work of the members, donations 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
laymen of the Mt. Pleasant of Interested friends,
Methodist Church, Opa Locka and the help of God, this new Bonded also has FREE employment service for
and ,who 1 la also the district building has been made pos
lay leader will be In charge. Bible Joining In these
Layman are ursred to lie pres. les will be Rev. S. A.ceremon Cousin Bonded's Tenants, at main office, 4150 NW 7th Ave.
ent. There will be discussion of sad his congregation from
the laymen's work In the local Greater Bethel AME Church.
church. .
The services should to
1,E. V. Kemp and Mrs. Cebelle be sacred and soul-stirring.prove .....- .'
Perkins will render a musical The public is welcome to wor- 11 CONVENIENT LOCA TIONS TO SERVE YOU
I recital, Sunday night In an af ship through the day. Ground
I ter service, with Mrs. Maybelle breaking ceremonies will begin 1163 N.W. 3rd AVE. .. .. PR 34118 17323 UO%STEAD AVE.
Porter at the organ. This recital at 3:00: p.m. Refreshments .
Is sponsored for the bene- will be served. No one, but no 1675 N.n.'I'I!' 62nd BT. .......?..... OX 6-24 7 Perrine CE 44538
fit of Woman's Dav. Mr. Kemp, one is expected to be left out I 1019 N.W. 6th ST.
now a member of St. Mark's of these ground breaking cere 3801 GRAND AVE. .... HI 5-1381 Ft. Lauderdale ... JA 43357

Methodist Church. New York monies. How may you participate 4210 N.W. 27th AVE. . NB 5-3IM 330 HAMMONDVILLB RD.
City. Mrs. Cebelle Perkins, a ? By taking hold of one of ..
Pompano .. ... ... WE 3-393
long,: time member of Ebenezerand the silver handled shovels and 2000 N.W. 73th ST. .................... 600-3322 .
of choir No. 2. The public digging in. 14235: N.W. 22nd AVE.!

Is cordially Invited to attend. So why be left out? Come soap N.W. 3rd CT. ..,. ..' FR 1-8903 Opa Locka ....... MU 8-0617
The Pastor's Aid Board will and worship In the services of
have charge of class meeting on the "biggest little church In MAIN OFFICE j
Tuesday night. town" and we can guarantee N.W. '
7 t..et.us not forget the sick and that your soul will be uplifted 4150 7th Avenue' PL 9-8733 :
shut-Ins. to the service of God. .

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SATURDAY, AUGU&T 18, 1&62 FLORIDA PAGE First Summer ---------------------..... trust In God, refusing to fear. ,

is Our limited minds cannot fathom .,
Graduation Was Phil Ossofer Says .I His unlimited resources. Asa i\,
Crash Reading youth, I recall reading about
Program ---------.-.---.------ the coming depletion of c o a 1
1940, Reader Says and oil reserves. Since that
Have you ever heard the expression
time, mthods of drawing power
Called Mrs Eurenta B. Thomas of 'we'll always have from the sun and peaceful uses
Big Success war. War Is nature's (orGod's
1653 NW 5th place writes to of nuclear power are making
I correct our recent article stating method of keeping the the use of coal and oil obsolete, "f
-, .. world from becoming overpopulated so why worry. God may have ,
that the 1962 summer graduating "
A Dade school official ,
adapting billions of worlds like
the just ours
class was the first of its
that Negro students who tooka during the re&a? sSUfyefr and numberless creatures to ,
crash, s x-week kind in Dade County. Years ago, when my thinking.
reading program The care for. Is He not capable of ,\
vocabulary test results (If any!) was completely on the
at Douglas Dunbar and have not been analyzed Writes Mrs. Thomas: surface, I half accepted this doing soWhen we can truth ","
Phyllis wheatley len made'spectacular" I yet. "I hasten to correct this In theory. Not having Investigatedthe I fully say, "Thy will, not mine", '
School this summer; Standardized : our earthly fears will surely
scores in. reality of life I thought !t '
progress. dicate the students level of : sounded reasonable, until I vanish, for we will recognize ,.. :+1
Their reading comprehension achievement. A score of 28 E. Hogan, Miss Corenthia M. questioned myself as to why His plan for a warless world. Y
would mean the Wilson now deceased and former our Creator would use such a ''
test scores' equalled J or surpassed student was i Jesus spoke of wars and : fi
those Of students a full reading at the normal level for worker for Girl Scouts of method! _to keep things! In con ,threats of wars. and told us to ...
year ahead of them, said How. the second year, eighth-month.fN this county and I graduated In trol. I delved Into the spiritualside have no fear. He knew that <
McMillan probably the most beautiful of life and studied the Old the
ard D. element ry \ The report stated time would come when )
that third had winter and New Testaments. This gave 'r
ever ,
ceremony .
zone supervisor for the Central graders men would mature spiritually
scoring 4.0 or higher summer from Booker T. Washington me a sharp picture of God's and woudbeat '
Negro District jUm ed from 47 to 160 revelations. as Isaiah prophesied,
graders ; fourth High School in the summer : their swords Into plow.. ;
Nearly 2,700 third throughsixth 128; fifth scoring graders 5.0, from 62 to of 1940. Miss Agnes C. In the Ten Commandments, shares so that nation would no :';'
graders attended the from 23 to 81; and sixth scoring 6.0, Henderson served as cia s 9 which are the basic laws of the longer lift up sword against "\1
summer course. Before and after scoring 70 from graders sponsor and Miss Effie T Button Judaic dispensation, we are nation, nor learn to make war '
the six weeks, 2,323 of them I 35 to 93. was acting principal."I told "Thou shall not kill." In anymore. !:
were given standardized tests More than a year's the Gospel, we learn from the
gains .
this the- '
just wanted to make Doesn't this refute the
in vocabulary and were "
comprehension achieved blessed Jesus that we must
by 228 of the ..
484 sixth note and correction particularly ory of warring and bloodletting
by 259 graders tested, and in deference to Miss Sutton I love our enemies. :to keep our earth from beconv
McMillan said the comprehension tested. The of the 581 fifth graders who Is now quite inactive and God uses people as His toolsto Ing over populated? ':)
results '
scored were astounding. and of the third nearly forgotten. There were fulfill His words on earth.
that fourth grades had not been Would He forbid us to kill and ''':'
For reason he is now computed 14 of us and we had everythingthat ''
I yet a winter class would have then cause wars and pestilencesto ANDREWS' JEWELERS ;;,1
---'- decimate them- cannot believe '
-'- -prom and all. That may have
been the first, I do not know I I so. The evils of war are EXPERT A Tell AND 1

and would not make such a 1 I the result of men's perversityand I CLOCK REPAIRS :,
claim but a distinction t H: to be their refusal to becomeGod's 40 Tears in Business
recorded, let us have It." tools for building a ..
TY" peaceful world. All work guaranteed 'j

We hive been told that our FR 34162 ''[
? New RestaurantIn population is outgrowing food
pr fkfr production. Despite this, I 303 N.W. 2nd Ave. '::';
; I ;
,' __ __ .
Liberty CityA : "

; ', new air-conditioned restaurant -I I Servicelalls .

,tad has opened on G2nd St TV 1-50
,9 SsF. Ica 1 near Jackson-Byron
+s; .
Two : cousins, Earl
F y young
I Sheppard and Namon- Groom. ALL MAKES-ALL MODELSLARRY'S

k: tP formerly of Daytona Beach and
____ Ft. Lauderdale backed with a T.V.
in the restaurant -
rich background
business, are bringing to WE BUY -
P ulives Liberty City a new standard of RADIOS, HI-FI AND STEREO REPAIRSWe
+ excellence In cuisine and culinary
Sell Used TVs on Credit

All Bt John members and 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-8024

e friends are especially Invited to ......HIU..ftJ fl"MII. fn I rf r If flJ I T a.. r rUIT,.. n r
dine with them this Sunday
and taste the difference! "Qual
ity, Service and a sincere desire

c"k very finest to afford food on our earth customers Is our lOaD ACRES & BUILDING LOTS

l .. keystone, and our ambition,"
.. 1 Sheppard was quoted as saying. Now on Sale at Special Reduced Price for
s r
r 4 Both men are single. Mr. bhep- limited time only. Make your inquiry now!
L pard Is a Bethune Cookman
graduate. Our Prices and Term Will Surprise You I


r.r Maintenance ServiceSince

( 1050)
Complete service for offices, ACREAGE; AT $140 PER ACRE AND UP
WE ARE THE HAPPIEST KIDS IN TOWN! Factories, clinic, home

IF YOU ARE GOING TO KINDERGARTEN THIS YEAR Homes Moon and waxed cleaned, polished Price Depending Upon Location

Come and go with us to Perry' Debbie' Playland Kin. |I" our specialty' REASONABLE TERMS

dergarten *t 4800 NW 24th Court. You will like it there! Pone NE 4-7700 N. KATHIILOTT, well-known Philadelphia, Highly En

We eat, sleep, play, and learn well. 5818 NW 19th Ave. domed and honored with a life membership to the Nation

Phone NE 48315 Call or write for free estimate! HaptM Convention of America, Inc., also endowed by many

and more large organizations such ass:
n. T. U. Sunday Reboot Congress
Boys! Girls t Grand Lodge of the Elks;

THIS is YOUR OPPORTUNITY! Many State Conventions

Women! Men! I PREPARE FOR Afro Homo Service League

American Legion, James Reese
\Vin a free bicycle television IVILSERVICEJOB3 Europe Post No. S

radio!! Many big prizes are In of Washington, I). C., who purchased

store for the campaign ticket 18000.00 worth of land' for homes to be built
sellers Joining In the memUer-

ship drive of the Drownvllle HKCORDB show that thousands of parcel of land were sold
Improvement Association, be-
ginning now and ending Octo I AND ASSURE YOURSELF to people located In 48 states.
ber 15. LOCATION of the land In near nationally known highways
midway 1'hlla. and Atlantic City. Short distance to
AH you have to do Is to call
MrsHart at 6344790. Be aprize [MEN-WOMEN 18To50l J8 large manufacturers, schools, churches, bus service

winner. Call today! Grammar school sufficient' for and shopping center.

many |obs. Rtttlv full Infer* GOVKUNOK of State of New Jersey recently signed bill to

SEE THE WORLD'S motion on how to gtt a gov'f. continue the completion of the turnpike between

: GREAT SPIRITUAL 'fob. K..p '011 present fob Philadelphia and Atlantic City. When completed It

.AND PSYCHIC READER while training.' will put the location of our land within 33 minute

man MNMMI aaMft w sirs. of downtown Philadelphia and 23 minutes to At
lantlc City, NJ.
'If )flU *ra sick or worried don'tI
I fall to Bee me today. Office hour NO Std fs{ THE ABOVE. OFFER IS FOR A LIMITED TIME
dally | p.m. to 0 p.m. Thursday Aotosnatte No laY ONLY
11 ,...... to e p.m. Sunday 11 ..... ds
i M .1 p.m. Paid V catlo pensions And Subject to Prior Sale
Paid riet11 Pall For Additional Information Write to:
mCADING8 /ill ll.iidOII Key Tra'nlng of So. Fla.

,1.00 finite 31 1110 N.E. 103rd St. N. R'A TH BlOTT
North Miami Beach, Fla,, ,

np Phone----Wilson A.fffffl._....._.......
Aramingo and Girard Ave, Phila. 25, Pa.
5417 8W 17 St. Ilea, eI
f It you call from out of town dial 215 GArfield 6-1103
WEST I 0 =hilt. Iatr FREE trip from Philadelphia to locationof
'" HOI I.VXVOODI'ROF. .5. 1btt_ property by appointment
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TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA one month to remodel and C OOOOO OOO OGWashington Many thanks to tour honorable .
THE MIAMI Dan Diefenback and his ..'
I make the place bigger. They colleagues for participating In .. "
1 PAGE 16 SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1962 : .. .'
I, are putting In new air conditioning News the program Mayor Dan
f P.A. system, bar and) crowned the queen. ',. :,.
- - -
t 300 more seats, and for his new By MRS H. CASTELOW The queen Was OlaU11.\Breed- 1 ::' i'
i. grand opening a name at. ; $ lowe; king was Rudolph Henr Iz. .:-
: A traction every week, so don't Castelow's' sister is Visiting -derson.. '
Mrs. .... '/
; : .
i. think for one moment that the I i Is "
from Chicago. She
Around Miami club is closing other than ping at the horn : being closed to make the King Mrs. Ollie Casteloty finale fhankg, to R. Perry,
0' Hearts THE CLUB In the superintendent! of the recrea. v
Y t Edison Center are, serving ah UECitEAHiotf riioduAM tion tJe at'tmeiit. .I
of South Florida 1
By DAVE BONDU ...._e The summer program has .;
ended with great success. Hada Washington Park Civic .Association
I WITH THAT, may I say so wonderful time last Thursda of North Main Beachis
1> l.1It- long f until we meet again. night at Fulford School auditorium celebrating its 8th anniver /
\ TilE MAn HAT CLUB is ?r are trying to figure out they This is my last column for a I The program consisted sary at Gibbs Chapel AME
J Not because the doors while, so y'all be good and try of dramatics, art, handicraft Church on Sunday, Aug. 19,
closed. th off vacation
I to Negroes, but be x> can go on atthe to live life, every golden min and most of all the Washington I II 1538 NE 152nd Ct The public:
l were open I found same time. I told Connie ute of it. PEACE! I Park Band. is invited
cause of the owners. that since I have left the Boulevard I F .. ..
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iJ out that the owners had slap _ _n_ _ L -"
r j ped an injunction aganist the I would manage Bakers. '
City, and this made City Hall '(: would put in a chorus line of Dugie's Guest House DELUXE NEW HOMES
mad, and that was the reason tfrls; Ray Charles and Muddy '
for the policemen on hand. Of Waters Co-starring Sammy The house of clean rooms 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS, FLORIDA"ROOM' \ ;
course, I don't think the ,po,' Qavis Jr. Connie said, "Never Open 24 hours NE 4.3851 ..""*. "
lice have harassed the custo mind, I'llust st v and let Open Sunday 3-5: p.m.
; mers because we know that ware Carolyn go So after I lost Seeing is BelievingSee Owner at 1440 NW 59th Street
not wanted in some quar-- cat job! I us for clean room.
ters, anyway, and we think Jamaica Dugie, always a Spacious home, 2161 NW 59th Street
what we please when we are friend 75 x 100 LOT FOR SALE .
harassment. So
singled out for worked thereare Johnny Lomelo, said despite Build on your) lot no' money down
those us 2941 NW 47th St. Miami
now among the unemploy rumors the King 0' HeartsIs WE BUY LOTS AND HOMES
not going to close, except for INDPMICHAEL'S
ed. They_ come. and they go. Need cash, call JE 8-1340 JE 2-4343

Whilmenla Austin (Babs Shop) ;0-1-*ff.n WS Fll''krririf'a Vit g A"J''V ii"j ft FrVFffFfjfWfFK: .... Fa'a-K'i nr

.Alex. Pretty Stephens Boy. .of. Man the Week.About 14140 N W 23rd Court Opa-locka, Fla. NOW! AT THE

a Town: Prince Farrlnptton .' Registration begins August 20-8 a.m. to 5 p.hExperle.nced \.
the Week Mr.
Happv Couple of :

_and.-Mrs. A..D. Moore. Certified Kindergarten Teacher 1 ,rT"E AUI'Nt','!

CALL MU 1-4060 ONLY ] ll r'HA' .J >N '
big show starring; Little Crying Hours: 7.00 a.m. to 5.00: p.m., TransportationMRS. I 01 ,
1,1' .1lub .:
I stopped in -
Jimmy Scott. DOROTHY GIBSON, R.N., OWNER ; _
on Tuesday night to catch his .". : 1'Ill. -;-
opening, and believe me, he is Phone MU 1-40GO School MU 8-8141
still singing the songs with SWING LOUNGE
soul.; On the same bill is Chickle -
Horne, who was held over; 'II$295:00
Jo An Coursey, Sexy Mama -, -- S --- ... THE DYNAMIC .
and Satch: Robinson. Pops Taylor :
supplies the music. The DOWN
show is real nice, and I suggest
you make it in for the week.
end. Beautiful 2 bedroom 'CBS 6f S
fine !singer:; : was to appear..at.
the Knight Beat for the week MAKE REASONABLE OFFER
end, but Clyde checked with
the State Beverage Dept. and 55th Terrace And N.W. 10th Avenue

found that a minor ,cannot per
form in a place where the hard Fenster Realty ''PL 9-8779 .
stuff is sold, so we'll have to ; *
wait for Miss King to become ?
of age. In the meantime, Clyde r; cti \tJ .
has a complete floor show with I IM
Bobby Marshall as the MC. '
Bobby has tagged me as the OPEN HOUSE, '
"Winchell of Ourville." SATURDAYSUNDAYIF
0 ,.i

Miller will be pn.,the Ed Sulli- r
v .n..sho.W' q c1ay..A1.1g f4 FIRST, LOOK AT THESETERRIFIC BUYS ...
"' .
'tfi1s11t6 U4 tl'lttd"'ttppe l' A'! s ;
'if! / twd ..
of the nation's
ante on one r
most popular shows. Sullivan 1 .') i14 It
: 1090 N.W.
has always been an --Cuvette, 41st Street /

Miller fan: Be sure you .watt A drea)n home. 2 bedrooms, wall to wall carpets, 4
Harnfet i :
the Efwlngingcst hytneUSA'on
? 'the Ed SulMvanAhow' drapes, new refrigerator and stove,' garage. and:

this/Sunday.. fence. EZ terms.

CONNIE AND C -olyn Farm- 2-1352 N.W. 42nd1 Street d
dp ''
Nice corner home $350 down $68.30 month

I 3-1010 NW 55th St. $400 down 68.95 month

"! TO PREVENT, ,2 bedrooms, Florida room on a large lot. \

: COSTLY 4-766 N.W. 45th Street $500 down 4
\ A investment '' ,
good -'nice and clean. '
; CONFUSION ,"'' Little
Y 5-769 N.W: N.W. 50th St.) : $400 down CryingJimmy

IN\;OUNTY Big, .big'3 bedYototm home. ;,:;'

GOVERNMENT 6-1729 NW. 51st Terrace $195 down Scott

Real large house. Move 'right in '

dgT 7-2105 N.W. 47th St. : $100 down
Singing his latest hits
large house inside just! pafnted' *
With your singing, swinging Emcee
8-1728 N.W. 59th Street $50 down SATCH ROBINSONEXTRA

1 bedroom house with fence. $75 month

I Brand New 3-bedrofom homes
''I'II Prices Start From $350'DownWe

Madam. Effie Throckbottom

arrange your financing ALSO THE .' .
I Call us and we will 'come to pick you up GOOMBAY Y MAMAFrom
I I'I to see these homes
Nassau In her spectacular( Fire Dance

!I ON Ford Realty Inc. JO ANN AND' CORSEYThe

l AUG. 21 Little Girl With The Big Voice

CITIZENS COMMUTE 569 N.W. 54th Street PL 7.2559 MUSIC BY
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