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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: September 1, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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40TH YEAR, No. 1 MIAMI, FLORIDA: SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 1, 1962 ", 16 PAGES TEN CENTS'
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I Florida Leads The SouthThirteen AFL-CIO TeachersNix I II Ii

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Miami Beach
schools in two Flor to take for the coming school
ida counties Monroe and i year are sufficient and{that w;
Escambla quietly Integrated do not have an obligation to. For I : \
Monday, with 61 Negroes at i I bring the matter to court." ConventionThe
tending first classes. ----..-. -.-. .
executive council was
Thirty* Negroes entered four demanded by the AFL-CIO
Monroe County schools and 21
American Federation of Teachers
went to nine Escambla schools
At Pensacola meeting this week In Detroit
School
where four Negroes High admitted to cancel plans to hold
were
the 1003 cpnventlon In Dad e
a phony bomb threat
caused school officials to evacuate County.

the building. A check showed Delegates directed the council
that the call was a prank to select a site "In which all I
and the students returned to our delegates and their families
their classes In a few minutes. would be welcomed regardless "
Escambla county school sup.. of race.
erintendent, Dr. W B. Wood-
ham Jr., said that inside the Leaders of the teachers union
schools, the Negro students ate contracted with the Americana 1 1I
at the same tables with white Hotel at Dal Harbour to hold '
personsh and were accepted by their 19IJ3. session there.
er pupils "We have '
never had a better. opening The decision ,for the change I,
day,"' ho said was made bv voice vote afteran "-

Superintendent Monroe!' County Horace was Bry reported I A hour Dade of teacher wrangling and delegate, First 2 Negroes Graduate. From DM 1
"The four c -- - -'- -------- -
as saying: _cc Stanley Simmons, contended for (,1-
schools which were integrated I t the Americana, and told the Denny L. O'Berry, owner and I Junior High, and the daughterof
for the first time this year group that Dade County had founder of O'Benrs Magic City Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Crow.
opened without incident. This done much to overcome race Driving School was awarded a der. Mrs. Crowder is principal )
has been a credit- to the coun Mildred S. Allen prejudice and deserved com B. 3. degree with a major In of Holmes Elementary p
ty," mendatlon. Elementary Education from the O'Berry Is a 1037 graduate or
,'The Justice Department re Dies Thursday University of Miami on Wed Booker T Washington High; Ff
cently threatened Monroe with,. Other delegates, Including two nesday, Aug. 29.I School. Benny jokes about taKIng -
court action for failure to integrate Mrs. Mildred Saunders Allen, I( Negro teachers, however, ask I I O'Berry shown In the ccn1 25 ears to complete four
its school. widely known mortician, who ed for another site.. They won 1 ter during commencement exercises years of college work +
;Assistant U.. .S. Attorney I was the owner and operatorof tut although the union president on June 12 where he It required twelve years part.
General Burke Marshall, In a the M. S. Allen Funeral Carl N. Megel, told them ticlpated in graduation Qr-j time, starting with one semester
letter to the Monroe County Home at 1741 NW 3rd Ave.. !hat the council had signed a cises with other summer candy j.I at DePaul University in Chic-
School Board, said: died Thursday night at Mt. contract with the Americana dates when 1,000 graduates experienced cago in 1050 and the remaining
'"We. have concluded that Sinai Hospital, Miami Beach, and might have trouble to can- graduation ceremon work Intermittently from the U.
steps you have taken and plan following a long illness eel l It.The. ies. of M.
At the same time Mrs. Evad- lie resides with his wife,
I teachers parent organization of ney C. Jacobs received the B. Veronica at 1295 NW 71st St.
the union APLrCIO, A, degree in sociology and his- She is also a 1037 graduate of
has held Its conventions at Mliml tory. She is the wife of VonD. BTW high and a 1901 graduateof
Beach; and the Teamsters E. Jacobs teacher at I
Dorsey II Fla A and M University.
Union and others have done so I
at the Americana

S k rt Charles D. Craddock, vice '
president of the hotel Miami. United States Sues Miss.
Reach, said that he.had assured I

Megel by telegram, several O v Islppl
times during the week that .erVoter Requirements
there would be no discrimination. '
Mississip i's' voter registration officials, but this was the
I were challenged first head-on attack the federal
He said that the Negro delegates Tuesday when the Justice government has' mad on the
e who attended the Special Department filed a far- basic structure of the state's
Delivery! Messengers' Conven reaching civil rights action on voting requirements.
tion of America spent the weekat grounds that they discriminate Five Mississippi laws and tw,
the hotel, and told him they against Negroes. sections of the state constitution
had never been, treated hotter Other anti-discrimination suit arq specifically attacked In
have been filed against Missis-'
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I,' Perry Honored' Bv Jaycees-- ,

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Reading from left to. right: mocracy and the equality of all
Franklin Ross, Daniel' Cox men; and he Is a leader with

( John R. MarkS .Jr., Henry W.. vision. Perry will be leavingsoon
to join the International
Daniels president, Hoses L. StaffYMCA: serving as assistant
t Perry Sr. holding plaque, Geo. 'program secretary in' Uganda,
Leonard S. Walk
a. W. Kllpatrick, 'Africa
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r er and Howard Rollins.

The Hampton House Convention ALBANY ''
'ARRESTS
Room was the scene of the
Northwest Miami Junior Cham
ber of Commerce's banquet 75 MINISTERS .
honoring MoseS L. Perry on

Friday, August 24. Some CO I In Albany, Ga., 75 persons,
Jaycees accompanied by their i most of them ministers_ were .... A
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wives gathered to participate In jailed Tuesday. because they re
\ this gala affair fused to stop a prayer demonstration Last Saturday morning over the whole thing down with COO ,look a bit peekfsh, they should!
.. \ I in front of city hail 80 Miami Times' newsboys had bottles of pop. ( Shown in the background
w *perry, a Jaycee for the past I Most of the clergymen were sold out and checked In ear- Standing are J personnel: of the
10'"years has: served the community white and were from New* York, lier than usual called it a day The warm Atlantic! Ocean gota Times: Bert Cooper, linotype;
and the Jaycees unself and New Jersey. They were and boarded a chartered bus good play from the kids as 'Garth Reeves, managing editor;
ishly. For this service the herded off to cells while about destination Virginia Beach they made like Johnny Wels- I|James Horne, makeup; Bar
Northwest Jaycees presented i 100, white spectators across the for a well-deserved day at the muller kicking up foam like an I bara Done. ;;
him with a beautiful plaqueThe : I street cheered and applauded. beach. outboard motor. To climax the 'Bullard, distribution; 'Archie'
Jaycees Ire proud of Perry Police Chief Laurie Pritchett Yogi Bear had nothing on day the fellows,, somehow man Plnder, ads, jobs: Benny Ed-
because he has exemplified all order the churchmen arrested these picnickers as they gobbled aged to dig Into chin and nose, I wards, sub; Rotrt Young; Joe
of the (Ideals of Jaycetlsmr I* after warning them three up barbecued chicken, baked slices of watermelon. If the Adder y, pressman; Chawiey,
p citizen who believes in o>i times to disperse. beans, slaw, etc.'L and washed" .boys. (and, a few girl guests) Adderly' bmder. ,
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA I Greater Miami Beauty Show And Work

AGE> ?*. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1962 Temple to Stage '



T"each E' Hold DistrictMeetingAt ComebackThe Miami daughter Temple No.Elks 769 of supported Greater Clinic At Sir John Hotel .'

: their temple at the last :
their Show and Work ies, Scientific; Nil Care arid
meeting with presenceand A Beauty
suggestions. DU Marie Clinic will be held at the Sir'' Sabrosol Velvet to cH; t"
Attucks High White, the founder who had John Hotel, 276 N# 6th Beauticians are invited to
been absent from all the meetings *
Sept 10 and il learn the new techniques: dtFlorida's !
for the entire year was on I largest Beauty Show i
\One''hutidtec'tw( nty-fIve dele- with FEA. present through the urge of On Monday, Sept. 10. from and Clinic, f
> I 8. Building of a strong financial many daughters. She stated
and principals
gat "t supervisors reserve. that she had somewhat retired 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., all phases, of Judging anti.prize awards .
District 10, FSTA-
from. hair coloring and bleachingwill will be at the Sir John .T es. '
I 9. Creation and presentationof from fraternal organizations a3
NEA, attended the annual meet
> awards and citations for outstanding her denomination needs more be demonstrated by Miss day, SepL 11, 1030: p.nu Attendance
last Monday afternoon
Aug.Ing on 27 at Attucks High School, I work as done at grass- of her time. But she pledged to. Clairol, Summit Lalforatories will be limited. For reservation
Dania. C. Sullivan Culver. DCT root leveL attend regularly, and to builda and Ramo Preparations. call PL 92766. Fee
coordinator, Mays High School 10. Increasing membership greater temple of Elks numerically Tuesday, from 10 a.ni. toI $1.50.
District 10 president, called the and participation on national, and financially than : p.m. all phases of ChemicalCurlout The show"and clinic are sponsored
meeting. state and local levels. ever before I pressing and conditioning by William J. O'Brien and
11. Familarizing teachers with "Keep the bosses out. t mean will Me demonstrated by Co., 7211 NW 2nd Ave., PL
Rapid changes in education, the New Horizons program of those who came in, found plenty Posner Co., Summit Laborator.I I 92766. SepS
the need for more and better TEH'S, Teacher Welfare and and did nothing to promotethe I
instruction and the growth of legal (DuShane) Fund. cause' but were only lookIng -
professionalism were points 12. Developing and preservation for what they could get. No
stressed by Benjamin Stephenson of the true image of the group nor organization needs Train Kills Woman Despite
president of the Broward educator.A such people," she said. I
County CTA; Dr. Myron Ash report of the Dade County All present promised to rebuild -
more, superintendent of public Summer Reading Program involving and a program for Sep Negro's Rescue Attempt
instruction Broward County, 2,500 pupils and their tember was started. The meeting
and Dr. Gilbert Porter, executive parents as given by Mrs. Doro- adjourned, all feeling uplift
secretary, FSTA. thy Adside_ ,. assistant supervisor ed. Prayer changes things. HUMPHREY, Ark. An 84- failed hear to the see freight's the signal horn.lightsor
or special Heading service, Next meeting will be held yearold white woman died
Music was provided by Mrs. Mrs. Zeola Cohen Jones Douglas September 12 promptly at 7:30: tteneath the wheels of a 104-( Clodis McCuien 24, working
Bertha Sharpe Jackson, vocalist Elementary School; Mrs. car freight train Monday despite nearby threw himself at the
and Gary B. Law, flutist. Laura Bethel, Dunbar Elemen the efforts of a young Negro woman striking her with his
Everette Edwards served as ac- tary and Mrs. Alzelina Pinkney, Free Eye Exams man to save her. left shoulder and arm but
campanist.Dr. Phyllis Wheatley Elementary. managed only to spin her
President Culver gave his annual I Witnesses said Mrs. Neeley around. His lunge carried him
Porter announced the Report at the Business For School ChildrenGamma Harrison of Humphrey was at 1 across the tracks just as the
theme, date and meeting place Session followed by budget, tempting to cross the track Cotton Belt Line train struck
for the 1963 FSTA convention constitution and nomination Zeta Omega Chapterof near her home and apparently Mrs. Harrison.
"Improving the Teaching committees. Officers of District Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority .. ..
Professionals Goals to go will sponsor its third annual ....,.-. ..-....
10 were C. Sullivan Culver,
March 24-28, Bayfront Auditor eyemoUlle in conjunction with
president; Ulysses G. Jorne, 1st
ium. vice; Alphonso Dean, 2nd vice; the Dade County Optometric '
Samuel Hunter, FSTA president Mrs. Maude Storr, recording I Association, Saturday, Sept. S SCHOOL SUPPLIES
from 9 a.m. to 4:30: p.m. Eye
Mrs. Mil
secretary; Marguerite
presented the 12 goals of
examinations will be given free
ler, corresponding secretary;
the organization: I
to all children
7.11
Mrs. Rhoda Spea, financial secretary ages years at
1. Completion of $21,000 worthof the Liberty Square Auditorium,
Bonds. ; Walter White, treasurer; School Bags Brief Cases Binders
FSTA Building Jhillip Cooper, chaplain and 6301 NW 14t ave. Parents are
2. Improvement of communi Charles Morton, parliamentarIan requested to accompany their
cation through organization of children. If this is not possible Notebooks Paper Pens PencilsYOU
Committee of 100. the parent's permission form
3. Countv Presidents' Council. printed below may be filled in NAME IT WE HAVE IT
HIGH NOON and given the child.
4. Realignment of Districts. At noon time its midnight at I would like my child,
5. Revision of Constitution
along legal lines. the SATELLITE. This cozy COMMUNITY DRUG
house never loses Its "out of '
'
6. of methods of '
Study
new '
this world" atmosphere. :MakeIt to be
examined by the ; :
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
Culturists' League.,
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER. 1, 1962 PAGE3Register
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Convenes In Cleveland
for AdultHomemaking LEGAL NOTICE f

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HIGHLIGHTS FOR -
" ClassAll Notice under fictitious name
aI FLORIDA DELEGATES HOUSE VOTESTO law
and women interesed Notice Is hereby given that the
Members of Unit No. 7 en- BAN POLL TAX men and home decoration : undersigned desiring to engagein
in upholstery :
the 43rd annual
route to con ,
business under the fictitious
jj
make :
learning to
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vention of the National Beauty
name of Major Uniform Co.,
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! old furniture look like
WASHINGTON Capping a your
Culturists Inc. In
League, ,
720 NW 62nd St., Miami Fla., intends -
Cloveleand, Ohio, stopped over 23-year battle, Congress has approved new and your apt. more attractive to register the said name
in Washington D.C. The entire a proposed constitutional I Register now at the
with the Clerk of the Circuit
entertained by Mes- amendment which would James E. Scott Home office or
, dames group was Vivian Johnson. Theresa I ban poll taxes in federal elections call the James E. Scott Community Court of Dade County, Fla
Mobley and Henrietta Causey, Association, PL 8-1791 Joseph Feller
sisters! of Mrs. Marion Muldrow. any time between 0 a.m. and Robert Tintner, owners I
Now It's up to the states, 5 p.m. Sept. 1, 8, 15, 22Don't '
president.Miami The members delegates.includ Mrs which have seven years to make .. __"".. ..._.....m.'''''. ''',..". ."',, .,"'''''"',..
ed the
l up their minds. Classes will be held in the
Rosa L(e Dean of Unit 14. Ft. Lacki. nd AFB. Tex. Air- I Homemaking Apt. in the Scott
Lauderdale was with the Sen. Spessard Holland of Fla. man Basic Herbert G. Bethel, Homes Project, 7155 NW be a Freeloader
group, first introduced the amend son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. 22nd Ave. Mrs. Elizabeth Epsy NAACP
Friday, Aug. 3, Wolan Screen, ment in 1919 and has led a 14- Bethel of 1741 NW 5th Ave. Is Curtis, program director. Support The
Miss Johnnie Johnson and Mrs. year fight for Its approval. being reassigned to the United
Carrie Jenkins of Cleveland en States Air Force technical
Holland has been
tertained members of Unit No. Smathers.supported How training course for aircraft NEW' CUSTOM BUILT HOME
by George
Ser
7 at the beautiful: home of Mrs.J. maintenance specialists at
ever, only four Florida con
Johnson. Mr. Screen and gressmen voted for the measureyesterday. Amarlllo A FB. Low dbwn payment Low monthly payments
Mrs. Jenkins are the brother Dante The airman is a 1961 graduate -
and sister of Miss Alto Screen. Fascell They of Miami were Rep.Charles of George Washington High SKVKHAL MOJ LS TO C1IOO8H FROM

On Saturday afternoon Aug. Bennett of Jacksonville! Paul School New York. All bedrooms< and 2 full bath room

4 Past Grand Daughter Rpsa B. Rogers of West Palm Beach Open Sunday 2 to 6 )).''In.
Coffee entertained all ,the Flor and James Haley of Sarasota.
ida delegates with a cook-out JOIN In Beautiful Richmond Heights
dinner at the home of Daughter 14970 Thru 13100 Fillmore Street
Little Willie John
Charlie M. Turner. The daugh
ters of Glenora Temple were- ORA 1). TAYLOR, AGENT 750-5221
very happy to have the delegates Teen Dance For DAYS 667.6984 NIGHTS UN 5-8728
of Florida, Alabama and

Georgia present.All NHS StudentsLittle e .e
out-of-town daughters and
delegates Introduced themselvesand Willie John will appearin
their states. Thirty guests the gymn of NorthwesternHigh TODAYFAIRY DELUXE NEW HOMES
were present Those from Cleve School Saturday night,
land' ware Daughter Ruler ,C. Sept. 1. The dance will last 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS, FLORIDA ROOM
M. Turner, past grand Daughter from 7 to 11. Teenagers are LANDKINDERGARTEN I 11\I\
Ruler Q. Terry; Past GrandDaughter invited to come out to'see and i Open Sunday 3-S p.m. 'h'
Ruler G. Hunt; Dt. hear Llttlle Willie John sing alII Owner at 1440 NW 59th Street II
Ruth Germany, Dt. Mamie Pic- of his famous songs such as, !
kett, Dt. Lucille McCraney, Dt. "Let Them Talk," "Fever," Open for Registrationat Spacious home, 2161 NW 59th Street
Margie Gust Ruth Jefferson "Just Because" and many more. 75 x 100 LOT FOR BALIS
Dt. Pocolo Haynes, Bros. Wm. Admission $1.00 each.COMING, New Hope Church Build lot down
on your no money
Mar
Jones Eugene Turner, Dt
tha White Dt. Fannie Stewart, 6610 N.W. 15th Ave. W13 BUY LOTS AND HOMES

Bro. Magley. FOR INFORMATIONOX Need cash, call JE 8.1340 JE 2.4343
Daughter Marion Muldrow of 1-8832 w-
Miami thanked the hostess for FREE'' EYE TEST Any day 10.12 or 4-6 I
the delicious repast. She also MRS. SCOTT MIAMI TIMES ADS DON'T COST THEY PAY
invited the Brothers and
Daughters to visit Miami delegates Saturday, Sept. 8 e \ 'r'
: B. Pitts Mildred Wll-
Hams, Doris Dorsett, Liberty Square
lins, Louise Williams, Maggie
Henderson, Olga Cooper, Rosa
Dean, Pearl Hardy, Vlrgie Wil fVIenrT1Tr'I
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II. 1;. SKJISMUXD REEVES, Editor: and Publisher Veterans ReunionOn
(\IMII C. KKKMCS: Managing Editor: HOME BARGAINSMAY
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h_nXB__<2 YIOAK_ _.$.\:5.00._...__-__SIX_MONTHS_ ._ $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 Members of the 761st Tank I
Member of the Associated Negro Press natalllon and Allied .Veterans BE SEEN ANYTIME SATURDAY SUNDAYOR
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association Association: will gather this'
weekend at the Triton Terrace MONDAY:
HOnteied as Second Claw Matter August 0, 1027, at the Post Office Hotel on Miami Beach to cele' *.
wt !Miami. Florida' under the act of !March 3, 1876 Urate their annual reunion. '\
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1327 NW 43rd Street :
crack tank
The 761st was a
METRO'S MANAGER unit and the pride of the Third CBS for only $350 down Owner pays closing costs. :
Army during World War II. The,
Our Metropolitan Government is now without a man bataillon trained at Camp Furnished kitchen 3
ager.. County Manager Irving McNayr resigned his position Clalrborne La. and Camp Hood, To inspect, call ,John Murray PL 8.6261 ,;
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effective September 30. Texas before going Into actionIn \,
on August 24, to become on the Central Europe theatre. *
The resignation was brought about, after the passingof with 1480 NW 4'Gth Street
The 761st fought along
two Charter amendments on August 8 that would the 17th and 82nd Airborne and 3 bedroom CBS, red tile roof, enclosed garage* oversized
curtail the power of Ithe manager. Climaxing the resignation the 26th Infantry. Their four lot

was the walking out of five Metro commissionersfrom Northern major campaigns France l took the Ardennesand them to To inspect, call John Murray PL S-ti26i

a meeting where the matter was being discussed.The the Saar in Germany.To *

resignation stirred much interest in Metro and' give an idea how rough 1983 NW 46th Street
many letters appeared in the press expressing regret. the action was, over half of the'
$150 down CBS Custom built on.90 x 120 foot lot
Letters and telegrams were also sent to the County Mana- unit received the Purple Heart.
Huge rooms, air conditioned! city water plus sprinkling
ger. David Williams is chairmanof
Efforts lare being made to have Mr. McNayr with the convention committee. system. A must see.
draw his resignation. The Charter Review Board has decided Call John Murray PL 8-6261

to recommend that the two Charter amendmentsthat .
led to McNayr's resignation be placed on the November Personal Mention 1169 NW' 46th Street

6 General election ballot for repeal. Such a recommendation Visiting in the city for an $1,000 down for beautiful CBS fenced lot real
would halve to be approved* the Metro Com indefinite period is Howard P. prime buy to inspect call John Murray, PL 8.6261
mission not later than September 4. Styles of New York City. Mr. any time Saturday, Sunday or Monday.
Styles was called to the city to
Another group has formed a Citizens Committee for be at the bedside of his mother, *
the support of Metro. This group also favors repealingthe Mrs. Leonora Styles flame, Today's Special

two controversial amendments.It who her continues sister, ill Mrs.at Irene the homeof R. $195 down, 3050 NW 64th St. Move in at once. Fury -

is a fact that only 16 per cent of Dade voters Straughter. Mr. Styles is the A kitchen.! One mortgage, $65 month payment,
passed (those amendments.' Whether Metro will agree to brother of Mrs. Sarah C. $6,950 total price Call John Murray to inspect
place them on the November' ballots remain to be seen. Styles Roach. PL '86261.

A special meeting of the Metro commissioners will NEW LOCATION
be held on Friday when the resignation will be discussed, Federal
and Manager McNayr will state conditions under whichhe Mattie Jackson Mortgage Co.
formerly of the Community
will withdraw his! resignation.We .

repeat what we have said on many occasions Beauty Salon wishes her 5909 N.W. 2nd Ave. PL 4-2605

' that Metro has a manager that is doing a good job.. Letus her many new customers location to which know of is Member Chamber of Commerce Pledged to Ethical
keep him if we can.
known as Business Practices
Mafrie's House of Beauty
SCHOOL OPENS 5326 NW 17th Ave.
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teachers, principals, and other personnel when they lis- BUY A HOME TODAY
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tened to Superintendent Joe Hall's opening a'ddress.' Dr. operators:

Hall's subject,was, "Some Aspects of Quality Education." Matalie Grant
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He referred to the explosion of new knowledge occurring Drive by these homes, then come by .our office. We
today and the work being done by schools to revise will
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you financing. havea
If do not
the instructional in effort you
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films, equipment, and other teaching aids; ((3)) vigorous WILL CARE for children at 3-819 NW 4StK Street $450 down
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personnel.
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He outlined changes and improvements which are ery. Marlon Cannady. 4-2105 NW 47th Street down
taking place in all subject areas being !taught in the Dade 3-bedrooms. Move right in.'f $100
County schools as well as changes in school organization, HELP WANTED
and assures the teachers that while every effort is being 5-769 NW 50th Street $400 down

made to keep up with changes in the subject,fields careful Domestic Couple Real big 3-bedroom home. A real beauty-Drive
study and consideration will be given to each: new pro BUTLER CAUFFEUR 'by this one.

'BUTLER 6-800 NW 44th Street
gram.While CHAUFFEURCook $550 down-FHA term.
teachers were busy making preparation for
the thousands that will attend school on Tuesday parentsat Best *-1010! NW 44th Street $ 00'down
of '
references Nice
home are busy shopping and getting everything. in required 2-lbedroom CBS home. '
Apply at once for this
order for the children.
SEE THESE BRAIND
Outstanding position NEW HOMES

Then 'too, there are our college group that will be (A2129 NW 49th St.-$350 down-Move
bidding us adieu as they leave for their respective institutions WORLD WIDE right in
of learning. Employment Agency (ID. 148 NW 56th St.350 down-Move right in

May\ all of them have a successful school year.' .1307 NW 3rd Ave. (C).mI'1900 NWJ 51st Terr. $700 doWn-No qualify-!

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Compiled by Associated Negro Press
House for rent in Coconut
Grove-$20 week
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SUN'TIMES, Chicago ., 6856 N.W.15th Ave.Is .
Lots
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I not a glorious' one. It is, in fact, a very miserable one If School now offering Back to $1,000
Special hair 'f'
it now permits southern racists to prevent confirmation of starting September prices' We Have Other
Marshall merely because Marshall was the NAACP's top ber. Octo-

attorney in the legal fight against segregation it :will sink to Adults 12 $2.75 old, childrenup Ford
years $2.25 Realty Inc.
to its lowest level since reconstruction days.POS .
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.tiitai 11.I 11i1111L1iiLL1 ,111111111 111L lillll I The Rev. and Mrs. Austin THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA
Cooper of Rochester, NY spent I
relatives I SATURDAY: SEPTEMBER 1 1962 PAGE 5
l Personal Mention- I II their his vacation former with home, Coconut at ,

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Earl last week. This wa$., Mrs.
Mrs. Mattle Barkley and her friends for their hospitality. ,
Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Roberts i I Nassau: Bahamas. granddaughter, Miss Genetha Among those who so graciously Bell's first trip to Miami since
of New York City are vaca Welch, returned from their en entertained theme were: Mrs. she left as a child. They also
tioning in Miami, visiting her Missing from the list of spent! in : spent a few days In Nassau.
mother, Mrs. Charlotte Fisher FAMU graduates that appearedIn Hamilton, Bermuda and Nassau, Dorothy Brooks, Miami': Beach; Mrs. Bell's trip to Miami wasa
of Coconut Grove. She Is the I our paper last week was Bahamas. Mrs Muriel Williams Mr. and Joyful one for she reunited
former Helen Fisher who was Grace tlriffin of 927* NW 64th Mrs. Shaddle Ward, :Mr. and with her baby brother, Edward
Miami's Murrell Branch YWCA I St. She, Is the daughter of Elder Mr. and Mrs. Percival A. De- Mrs. Joseph C. Albury of Hol Smith who had never seen her.
executive director. I and Mrs. Ernest Griffin of Mi. veaux of Fort Lauderdale hadas lywood, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
ami. their houseguest for two W. Wright of Ft. Lauderdale,
Mrs. Hazel Grant and son, I weeks Joseph Mosley of Philadelphia Mrs. George Burrows and Mrs. Dr. Nathaniel Colston, who
James Lucas Jr., returned on l Claude C. Clark, retired U.S. Also Mrs. Mary Ross Wilhelmina Hlnnant of Fort was reported last week as being
Sunday from a month's visit to ,Army Colonel, returned .to MI. I and Thomas-Leggons of Rich Lauderdale. ill at Mt. Sinai Hospital Is I
New York City where they ami Monday after a two-month I Ii mond, Va. Mr. Mosley, like his quite well and serving his:: pa
i. were guests of Mrs Dorothy i vacation that took him to cousin, Mrs. DeVeaux, Is a native tients. The doctor had been In
,' Patterson and her cousin, Ivan i Washington, D.C., Baltimore, of Richmond.The Mrs Viola Bell and husband, Mt Sinai two weeks earlier for
Rolle. While ,there many old I I Philadelphia, New York, Chica entire party left singing I John, of New York City motor minor surgery. We regret the'NO I
, Miami friends helped to make go, Atlanta and other points. the praises of Florida a n u I ed to Miami along with a friend error,
: their stay pleasant I His daughter, Ruth, attended
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a Mrs. Doreen Young and sons Mich. "
t.\ Henry and Jeffrey returned I
;'f this week from New Yprk City I I The Rev. Nelson Pinder, vicar GARS fROM
: where they spent two weeks. ,, of St. John's, Orlando, is in
j While there they were the .I the city this week visiting his 12 mm
I houseguests of Mrs. Pembrooke mother and other relatives.
'((Margie) Smith of 133 W. 113th I
,'I St. Mr Eugene Smith, her I I Mrs. Betty Alford of North
nephew is also visiting with I Miami Beach is vacationing : MONEY DOWNJUST
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Mr. and Mrs. John Braxton I TAKE OVER PAYMENTS
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very enpoyable vacation with Gibson was the Rev. Father We JJSSiT
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Hurricanes Open THE MiAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA
I loaded With Talent
Practice SessionsA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 1, 1962 PAGE 7
, ,
57 player squad, dominated

I Ii, FAMU Grid Drills opened by juniors practices and sophomores Thursday,,

opens the Aug.most 30 for rugged what schedule stacks up in as 37 Henry Cambridge To

TALLAHASSEE The Rattlers -ceiving letters on the 1961 years of University of Miami

opened training Monday, team r tare returning with Roosevelt football.The schedule includes the :Show In Bowl Tonight
August 27, due to a special ruling Coleman looking like the awesome likes of Alabama, Lou
by the National Collegiate only one assured of a starting isiana State, Pitt, Northwest. -
Athletic Association which berth. He was with the Blood ern, Texas Christian, Mary Henry Cambridge, the rookie NW 2nd Ave., and at the North
states that college on the trimester Unit. Owen McKav may move land, Kentucky, Florida Air Miamian, from Carver High Travel Bureau, 1104 NW 3rd
system may begin train- from the Tears Unit to the Force Academy and Florida who started at North Carolina Ave.
ing two weeks before classes Glood Unit to replace Willie State. A&T has Just about sewed
begin All Florida statesupport.ed Clarington who Inked a New Miami could easily as not Job with the Dallas Texans.upa
universities enter the trimester York Giants contract.Six wind up playing not one, but Christian Hospital:
plan on the first of next several teams capable of climbIng Cambridge and the Texans
month. of' the 16 halfbacks listed into the elite first 10. will ba seen In action here tonight -
on the 62 roster have lettered. ( Reaches New High-
Friday
The Hurricanes ) against the
opened
Coach Jake Gaither has practice
stat- Frank Griffin has speed on offense : American Football
earlier than the usual Sept. League
ed that the Rattlers will hold and is terrific safety man. 1 date, due to Its early nation. champion Houston Oilers. Orange CensusLast
two-a-day sessions until classes Robert Paremore. John Hamil ally televised game with Pittsburgh Bowl kickoff time is 8:15:
start. The two-week period will ton, Nat Davis, and Robert 15 at
be devoted mainly to getting Hayes need no introduction. NCAA rues permit Pittsburgh.team to p.m.The week Christian Hospital
the squad in condition and going Charlie Ward a converted half open practice Sept. 1 or 16 days 21-year-old 180-pound enjoyed the highest patient cent
'I over details. back, Is expecting plenty of action prior to its opening Cambridge saw action offensively -I sus in the history of the hospital
# under first. A shifty run- Miami's 1962 squad game.of 57 on one play for Dallas I hospitalizing 30 adult patients
"Nothing would please me ner, he will be a senior threatto players Include only 13 seniors. during the first two pre-season three children and 10
more than to pick UP this fall the outside. Sophomores It has 19 juniors and 25 sophomores games .and on that one he newborn babies.At .
where we left off last December Chuckle Sutton's and Bobby grabbed a 65-yard touchdownpass
," Coach Gaither said. Felts' services will be untlllzed from Cotton Davidson."We the writing of this paper
on both offense and defense. there are presently 44 patientsin
Although it's It
possible,
sent Henry in with that
the hospital. The following
hardly probable. The squad Sutton played mostly on defense year's," said Gaither. special play,"
In '61. He was a corner says Dallas Head is a list of patients recently
lacks depth in experience in Coach Hank Stram. "We knew
man and employed as a full. There are two fairly good hospitalized:
position perhaps,
every except I he was the boy to get the Job
flankmen. Whitfield Jenkins, back. units In sight at the present., done for us." Mesdames: Sceiva Allen, Mary
like the other two ends, is returning Freddie Miller and Bruce and If things go well the Rattlers Dean Annie Saunders, Johnnie
with bol I will move back Into the Cambridge has also
experience to Wilkins are cast in promisingroles returned Walker, Dora Patterson, Doris
ster the flanks. Sam Miller to move In where full/ three-unit system. These pre- two kickoffs for 61 yards Duty, Esther Saunders, and
looks like promising sophomore.He dictions have been based upon almost half of the Texans' overall Carl Hanna.
backs Ralph Burns and Jordan
saw some action last fall. prospects at the end of spring total.
Pope made their exit last December training and are subject to Janie Asble. David Bethel.
The interior line was hit tremendously Hewitt Dixon is expected change. Tickets for the game, with all Julius Cohen. Bertha Florence.
A replacement for to be the bulldozing profits going to charity, can be Shirley Fussell, Edgar Griffin,
center Curt Miranda I is still Ilne-plunger. He recaptured his purchased at the UM Down- Edward Harrison. Fred John.
two if not three years'away.. sophomore performance late ANDREWS' JEWELERS town ticket office 228 NE itt son' James Pittman and Jessie
Archie Williams was named the last fall. Alton White and Lo St., Mary Ellabeth Hotel, 612 Sanders. '
"most outstanding freshmen"in renzo McFadden will still be EXPERT, WATCH AND ,
1961 and looks like the top around for the '62 year. CLOCK HKPAIK8 -- :
candidate for the vacant center 4
Hart and 40 ,Years la
Sophomores Ernest liiuluem
post. Paul Smith is the only returning -
and letterman Walter and Hlghsmith sophomore for Rufus the Stephens third position will duel on It out the All work guaranteed WE WILL BUILD ON YOUR LOT

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA Miami Morehouse : FOR THEM'
I I. YOU'VE WAITED

PAGE 8 t SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1962 I Club, Miami to MeetThe Morehouse Club NOW HERE THEY ARE

will hold a business and social AT CLYDE KILLENS'KNIGHT
Scottish Rite Masons Nat'I meeting Saturday evening, September
I 1, at 8 p.m. The meet
ing will be held in Coconut BEAT
Meet Here In 1963 Grove at 3171 Oak Drive.
All alumni, former and present -
students are requested to
Miami was selected as the the country. invitationis
be present. A special
site for the 1963 National Su I TONITE TOMORROW AND
of'the extended to those students ,
One highlights of the
preme Council of the Ancient who are to enter Morehouse In 31 SEPT
AUGUST 1.2
SUNDAY -
convention heldin
and Accepted Scottish Rite Ma was a banquet September for the first time. ,
sons, it was revealed today by Cobo Hall, which was addressed
Ladson
Melvin
,
president
Dr. William J. Fitzpatrick, Most by William T. Patrick
Sunday night wan a musical
Powerful Sovereign Grand last Wednesday.
Commander of Detroit, Mich. I
said that the Mrs. Esther Randall LaMarr, TV SICK??
Dr. Fitzpatrick "
will be at the secretary of the Detroit Com If you live in Liberty City or
Hampton headquarters House Motel and Villas mission on Youth, also spoke. Brownsville, have it repairedon
Miami ConventionHall. John H. Burns served as toast. credit. Pay weekly Free es-
and the master timate. Call 696.3581w 2036( < NW
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In making plans for n ext
year's convention, Dr. Tltz- GOOD
Patrick stated that the Detroit NEWS FOR LIBERTY CITY!
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He said his organization
was looking forward to a suc
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services and providing assis-
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2000 delegates representing; a
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA Peace Corps ate of San Jose State College Fairyland Nursery
I (California) was born in
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lived in San.Jose since 1944. Kindergarten .
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to overseas Peace Corps Belize Technical formation. Mrs. Ruth Scott,
arts at
experience and the new venture INDF
supervisor.
it presents in our lives," College., I
stated three Peace Corps Volunteers I '.o.------.J.._.
of the 33-member Peace
Corps unit that embarked for JOIN THE FUN!
British Honduras, fro m Mi
ami's International Airport on new shows on
Monday C STOI.All
The Stage! .
I This project group which Is
composed of agricultural, In- Every Wed. 9 p.m.
dustrial, and
primary secon- THEATRE
dary teachers will land in Belize JIMMY REEVESand
capitol of this small coun- his
try which was almost devastated
by Hurricane Donna last PARADE OF STARS

4Z year. w' FRANK "Floor Show"WILLIAMS
< : Miss Julia Brown, 24-year-old
1t
Bryantown, Md. native and a
1961 home economics graduateof And Hirjlocketeerft .
Maryland State College, is With Sensational* SW ;fJW>-4h,
expected to Join the staff of St. "
Little Cora
Catherine's College in Belize to
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d !M L ?dI1a World War II widow, and a
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FLORIDA of all of us If we forgot for one
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, league are invited. Walter A.
moment the valiant and unselfish -t t- Bowe, president; Theodore
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1962 leadership} of those in the Blue, secretary.
NAACP who have helped make t b.
the Miami area a better placeto BROWARDCOUNTY
" " " # " '"III" of the un
"" " live in because The Veterans of Foreign
ceasing and unyielding fight for Wars Post will meet Sunday,

ALONG FREEDOM'S ROAD civil rights and freedom.As Sept. 2 at the Chamber of Com
time goes on, and as it is merce Building.
possible more and more for all NEWS I
By RUTH TERRY ---- citizens to attend movies, thea-

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Rev. James
9. The
9.9
." ,." ." ,,' I'I'I'S.'" 9999.9 9 9999 centers and schools all -t f-I
is conductinga
West Hollywood
of work and break down the segregated pat perhaps somewhat limited to -" the
Due to pressure Pentecostal meeting at
time I am tern. There Is no doubt but in the future fly WALTER ROWS
some vacation day, but not near ; Triumph The Church and
column has suffered that the walls of segregationare as we increasingly begin to
afraid this in Kingdom of God in Christ, cor
and harder
weeks. How a lot thicker live together here in Miami as
during the past ner of NW 48th st. and 30th
ever, fall approaching and Georgia and South Carolina. a civilized understanding and The Veterans of Foreign Ave., In Brownsville. The Rev.
cooler weather (we hope) in Along the Florida Turnpike, cooperative community we Wars Post 8195, South Browardare J, Taylor is pastor. All are In-
the offing, I expect to continue however, there were no offensive must never forget what and thanking all who attended
along freedom's road each signs in restaurants or restrooms who has made this possible. their Summer Dance Saturday vited.
week in the future. I must admit that It was The NAACP has had very good night, August 24 at the Para
with a great deal breakfast of pleasuret allies in the fight for freedom. dise Club in Liberia. Clifford Bullard of 4017 NW
hat I had one
VACATION
Recently I did some travelingup day after returning to Miami at People of good will and strong and 20th St., manager at Bowe's
hearts and great patience
Modernistic Barber Shop, left
a Royal Castle which was sere
Georgiaand
through Florida, perseverance have made pro- The Freeway Handicap
last week for Atlanta, Ga., to
Carolina, as far as ing both Negro and White customers these League will hold its meeting
South gress in this area possible, Join his wife and daughter, who
Charleston. Charleston is a very as though they had people believed in first class Sunday, Sept. 2, 4 p.m. at the have been visiting her mother
interesting city, not only be oeen doing It for years. citizenship for all and equal Bunche Lanes. All members of and family for a month.Annowncemenf .
cause the first shot of the Civil And if Miami is ahead of opportunities for ail l in Jobs, in the following teams are askedto
War was fired there upon Fort other sections of Florida, it education, in housing and be present: Clover Leaf,
Sumter in Charleston Harbor, might be a good thing to again perhaps most important of all, Sports Shop, Bradford Cleaners
but because Charleston Is one remind my readers of the unceasing these people believed that all, New Breed Our Food .
I of the oldest cities in the Unit work the NAACP has regardless of race, creed or Store, Bowe's Barber Shop and!
! ed States. The architecture re done in this area and throughout color here in this area, should the Unknowns. Others whosit The Crusaders of the NAACP
minds me somewhat of New Florida to help make this have the equal opportunity to will have their regular meeting
Orleans in many Instances, especially state ahead of other Southern be men and woman, and without Wednesday, Sept. 5, 8 pm. at
the walled-In court states in the civil rights fight.It this opportunity some segments in the back of the bus, or NAACP office, NW 3rd ave.
yards and the wrought iron trimon would be a very ungratefuland of the population wouldbe walk endlessly to be served at Please be present and on time.
windows and doors.It I foolish thing on toe pan otherwise forced forever to back doors. Mrs. Rosa Lee Brady, president.

was very hot the day my
husband and I decided to takta
boat trip to Fort Sumter ir:

the Harbor. However, once up t't ,
t lamta
on the water, the breezes were y t1
very refreshing. Fort Sumteris 1/ .\ .
now one of the national l .
monuments In the National brewed 1 A Ff

Parks Service, and the government -+ 1.
:
has done a fine job so far
in restoring this historic fort.
There is a fine air-conditioned
museum in the Fort also. After for that
visiting the fort, we decided to
take a walk and visit some of
the historical places of interestin
the older part of Charleston.We .
were more than repaid wonderfulworld +

when we went through old ,
churches and churchyards, visIting I
the graves of Col. William
Rhett who captured marauding ',}

pirates in the time of the colonies Y.
),
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John C. Calhoun, a Vice

President of the United States .. 1'-:':''?4't.i::::._ ,I
and Edward Rutledge, one of .. ,
the signers of the Declarationof .i --i':' ':, '.:.,,',;t
to mention a of leisure R t
Independence, ... r. r
; ,01 { a
few.We 1 a t t
walked on streets of ?'"1
::
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that
cobble stones stones -- """ leisure thirst '
..;."; Satisfy your ,
had been brought from Eng .
land as ship ballast in colonial .. :;.wj With Old Milwaukee, the one beer
Dock Street -j I ;.:i ,1' t '
times. We saw the s brewed with a special lightness ,
Theatre, which was opened in o./4t./
d
1736 as the first building in .\ .II.. that never sacrifices flavor .t.

America designed solely for Ask for Old Milwaukeel 4 .4 '
theatrical purposes. We saw
countless houses of great charm : :
and beautiful architecture, lovely
I court-yards and brick walks. ",
We rode along the Battery, tI jttE
J which faces Charleston Harbor
and Fort Sumter We also
walked along Cabbage Row, a
group of connected bXilldlngs
surrounding a court which was
the original Catfish Row of ;1. '

I DuBose Heyward's novel, Porgy
and the Heyward-Gershwln op
eretta, Porgy and Bess. I

FLORIDA IS AHEAD / bt iit d ;
Naturally, on our trip we I I \4 #
watched for any signs of integration I "
but after we left thi :
Turnpike at Fort Pierce we s s1k
saw nothing but the signs .of +, .
segregation in restaurants tel
ling us that the management tS
"reserved the right to refuse a
service to anyone." Motels also ;
carried these signs. We came to
the conclusion that the L.,, 1
ment of these various pubic ,
places felt that these signs : w
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I St. Paul Moves To New :.,.

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to Cf Site On September 9

urdi
me The new home for St. Paul siding Bishop of the 11th Episcopal
AME Church will be at 19th ) : District will preach the
Ave. and 51st Terr. It was re dedication sermon and per.
cently purchased under the pas- form the dedication of the new
torship of the late Rev. M. J. site.The
I Fayson. It has on its premisesan trustees of St. P a u 1
Christ The King Church DedicatedBy air-conditioned church, an would have the public to know
annex with kitchen, dining facilities that the present church build-

FERECITA FINDER Church, Christ The King at awaited. and ten equipped Sun Ing Is for temporary use only.
Richmond Heights last day School class rooms. Our plans for the near future
"Within the walls of this The entire address by Sunday.Bishop The church was filled to ca The present pastor, Rev T. under the leadership and ad
church will pass the remainderof Carroll was most enlighteningand pacity. It was sincerely "SRO". C. Kelley Jr., along with the ministration of our dynamic:
your lives. It Is here for all Many of our friends and relatives membership of the church arc pastor, Rev. Kelly, are to give
the people of this communityand gratifying. He, along with from the Miami area were making plans to occupy these the community of Floral Park
should stir within each of priests from the various parishes on hand to wish the resident premises on September 9. and Miami one of tho finest

you here a feeling of responsibility in the area served the first priest, Fr. Swift, a successful There will be an appropriate church buildings in the city.
and cooperation." Mass in our recently completed parish and stay. dedicatory service at 3 p.m. We are expecting and asking
In essence, these are the church. it was a moment that Now that the church is built Rev. F A. Roberts, the presiding the full cooperation of the com
words of his excellency Bishop we as Catholics, and other I daily Mass will be at 7:00:: andtwo Elder of the North MIami munity of Floral Park and Miami
Carroll as he officiated at the members of the community and on Sunday morning at 7:00: District, will be present in at pubic
dedication of the new Catholic I surrounding areas had long I and 10 a.m. his quarterly conference. He The is invited to join
will preach at the 11 a.m. service the motorcade to the new site
closing St. Paul at 19th St. for the dedication. Persons

MT. CARMEL M. BAPTIST I BAHA'I ASSEMBLY ST. STEPHEN'S BAPTIST and 4th court. At 2:30: p.m. the without transportation will Us
congregation will reassemble at given transportation from the
Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor George Savitt, chairman of 1781 NW 73rd Street St. Paul 19th St. and 4th court. church.
Mrs. Christine Cherry, reporter the Baha'i Assembly of Miami, From there a motorcade will be Refreshments will be served.
will speak at the regular weekly The baby contest sponsored directed to the new site. I Plan now to attend all the ser
Men ought to always pray 1 meeting held at the Baha'i by the parents climaxed on the Bishop S. L. Green, the pre vices of St. Paul on Sept. 9.
and not to faint. We are askingall Center, 137 NW 11th Ave., 8pm. second Sunday.
our friends that know howto Sunday, Sept. 2. His sub-
get a prayer thru to the master ject will be "The Fulfil. Little Reginald Keith Lamb,
of
all to our remember delegates our that castor will and be ment/Invited The to attend.public Age is cordially I son Lamb of was Mr.crowned and Mrs."Little Billie St. I 1983 Negro Nuns In United StatesBAY I

leaving us to go to the National Stephens Jr." with the amountof ST. LOUIS. Miss.-There Four Benedictine divisions
Baptist Convention. $100.40 Second place was
Little Morton Hopkins are 983 Negro nuns among 109 account for 18 Negro sisters
Special thanks to the Rev. L. NEW BETHEL BAPTIST son of
H. Smith and the Rev. Wil Mr. and Mrs. Morton Hopkins. religious communities in the eight Sisters of Charity divisions
Hams for those beautiful ser 1571 N. W. 68th Terr. Althea Foster, grand daughterof United States a survey bv the for 15 and four Discalced
Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor Sis. Lucy Williams reported Divine Word Messenger Catholic -
mons they fed our souls withon Carmelite divisions for five. One
Last Sunday the Rev. Dr. H.
monthly magazine, discloses.
Sunday. W. Brown of Nassau, Bahamas, $20.A order Ladv of Charity of
is still
Tuesday night our delivered a most inspiring ser happy and most glorious Good Shepherd reports 20
fountain of pray and we are mon at the 11 a.m. service. The future for the little ones. The total comprises 840 with Negroes In Baltimore and St.
asking you to come out and music was rendered by the vows to the religious life. 01 Paul, Minn.
Join us in our prayer. Remember male chorus of Temple novices and 52 postulants or
the sick and shut-ins in Church. The occasion was hen's NEW BETHEL BAPTIST candidates.The Earlier survevs bv the Di.
where. vine Word Missionaries give
every
which
Day
was a great suc Rev Ernest Williams, pastor. i survey covered 743 the number of American Negro
'
ST. BARNABAS W. M. cess.Our men's choir sang out of Deacon lied Williams, reporterThe motherhouse and crovlncial priests at 131 and the numberof
I' offices with which nuns In the brothers at 200.
Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor their souls Sunday night music this Sunday morn United States are affiliated.
Mrs. S. Dawkims, reporter Music on this Sunday will be ing will be furnished by the No. ; More than three-fourths of the
rendered
by the No. 1 choir,
St. Barnabas usher board No. ; Don't forget to visit the sick 1 choir Negro sisters are In three com

1 held its annual meeting on and shut-ins. The entire service last Sun Sisters munities of-New the Orleans Holv Family(338), Please Take Note!

August 27 at the home of Miss I day was very inspiring and the Oblate Sisters at Baltimore
Maxine Major, 1521 NW 5th pi. the Lord was really glorified. (325)) and the Franciscan Handmaids AH church new. must be In
All members were present. GREATER ST. MARK P.B. our office by S o'clock Tuesday
of the Most Pure Heartof
will be sale at the
There a
evening' be
The gathering was successful. Ilev. F. L. Johnson, pastor home of Sister Forbes on this Mary, in New York (82)). Excluding and COJ double typewritten -
following a spaced
Plans were made Mrs. Ruthie M. Scott 75th this last all-Negro
reporter Saturday night, Aug. 25 at
sale September 1 at the home of Sunday was Youth Day at St. and 15th Ave. Please come community, 22 divisions of
Mrs., Sidney Troutman, 1011 Include 61 Negro _.
the church. The young peopleof out and help us. Bro. Alfred B. Franciscans -'--
NW 49th st. today will Ue the leaders of Coakley is captain. sisters.
Richardson

Officers Audrey
are
tomorrow therefore we must
,
president; Mrs. Lillian encourage them to continue to Don't forget to visit the sick Eleven divisions of Dominicans
11/4 ACRES
Maxine include 25 Negro sisters.
Knowles, vice; Miss work for the Lord. Rev. C. and shult-lns.
Major, recording secretary; Walker delivered a soul stirring
Mrs. Audrey Williams, assistant message. We invite you to come PALM BEACH
secretary; Benjamin Wallace, and worship with us. SALTER'S CHAPELRev. ST. MARY'S W. M.

treasurer; Mrs. Theresa Lewis, Tuesday night, prayer meet. J. Benson pastor Mrs Dorothy Major, reporti
reporter; Rev. E. A. Culmer, ing and Bible Class conductedby R. 'Rev H. V. Stuart, pastor 375

pastor Rev. Johnson. All this week prayer serviceis
Sept. 4 our kindergarten will being held at Sailer's Chapel I The Male Chorus celebrated town 11I4 0 ...&, Silly
open with Mrs. Juanita John AME Church. We are asking their fourth anniversary last p."/ tv" "kr. IN. l tcrt
TEMPLE BAPTIST ...... h, ,,,
tMra"" e
son, supervisor. To register in with the Sunday night with a musical
everyone to Join .Aa N mHN frwi M..... 0U.Iwmf .
Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor your child call the church or prayer service. Next week beginning program. It was enjoyed by all. let uric ,.,..... J rr
6333012. August 27 we will have Special thanks to the Church of IeIIfIr w1000ryingl Acrvss/ .
Youth Day was fittingly observed revival meeting, it will be con- God of Prophecy for bringing *.Ibllt hid h.X.hew MrNL 1u'"'
Sunday. The "pastor for MT. CALVARY BAPTIST ducted by the Rev. D. Manor Its two choirs over and render- w11t ii M, : ,your swn I=:
who tlw .......
the day" was Louts Smith from the west coast. Come ing such fine selections. ywnwltA.. MIIr1. .
presided with dignity and poise. Rev E. M. Thomas, pastor hear this great gospel preafier. rww;: _- Dud, "ihtNrycc .m::
The speaker for tnt morning Phyllis Myers reporter that's Salterl Special thanks to Tom John Mth IN", ..: MlgMcr1lwrtla '
was Miss Katrina Glbto, a recent Sunday morning, Rev. Hen Don't forget son and John Bullard for such this MIImI .tell w
Chapel AME Church, 27th ave. and MIMI''. MI.... /
addresses. b1.
graduate of NorthwesternHigh derson, a visiting minister rendered Inspiring timely CI\MIW Mol.
School who delivered a the message. and 48th St.GREATER. .... If a..,,.,.. c..... tM iwIMks
Sunday School 9:30: morning tvl Wimi,. .
ill lM
the the IMOwe /
All 4:00
at
afternoon
address. Sunday : .
challenging .... mill
service 11 o'clock sic
participants gave a good account Male Chorus sponsored a program NEW BETHEL evening service ,Mffi miflhi' II..Nrw N ,. .,.,,,.
7:30.: Sunday the first Sun-
of themselves.The to raise money for Men's _, IicM M Nt athfld' III 304i)1.
the Lord's U M!.
day supper will be yocn III
Lincoln Street
feature of the eveningwas Day. 1981
administered .
a 30-minute musical! pro The No. 1 usher board la Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor Our both morning will and, Nat Rains, Realtor)
evening. be in
gram by: the youth choir. Miss sponsoring a World Tour, Sat- Wllene Robinson, secretary charge all day pastor, M.l Federal Bl<*9.
Claudia Hepburn, pianist for urday night which will begin at New Bethel Choir No. r.w u..w"...lsi
the group, was very impressivein 6:00.: The destination Is Virginia Greater celebrated its 19th anniversary Monday night, Sept. 2 Cape JE '-566-4
her rendition of "Ave. Maria," Qeacb. The cost is adults $1.00, 1 22 and 23 with a tain Vllda McKinney and co-, Miami leach Rorfda.
and. so was Miss Leanora students 50 cents The publics August featuring captain Leta Flnlayson will
Campbell, 'Guilty or Not Gull invited to come. musical program, from have a sale and pie walk at the
and gospel
choirs groups
Hanna was church hall in behalf of Wo
ty. Deacon A. J. throughout the city. Tne occasion -
honored with a presentation by Church of The Open Door was a happy and successful men's Day. Advertising pays off!

Miss Edwina Lord from the both spiritually and financial ,. ..
Miss D. L. Hart Rev. Henry C. McDowell one ... - J!!Iii iiii"" !.... ... II'.or-OiO'-
was young'the people.sponsor. Earline D. Cllette, Act. Rep. I y. 'Living Service for the Living"
week SuperintendentRobbin
Sunday there will be baptismat Last Ralph made a visit tour The pastor and president,
11 a.m. The Lord's Supper church and had meetings Deacon George Butler wish to
will be administered both with the Building and Finance thank their many friends for
morning and evening. The Committees In connection with helping them in their efforts.

choirs will sing Jointly. making plans for the buildingof Mrs. Vivian Savage should be
will observe -
The Silent Workers congratulated for arrangingthis
our new sanctuary.On
their anniversary Sunday Sunday we hope to haveon delightful program. The
at, 3:30: p.m. with a tea. The display our "Dream Church"for amount raised was over $1,500.

feature of the program will bea all to see. Rev. Ralph's visit We also take this method to
fashion' review with a number stepped up our schedule and thank the members and friendsfor JUU. f V ** '
of little girls andboys par- for the church to
ticipating. The public: is invit our spirits their cooperation during our
become a,reality.
recent revival. Rev. A. Anderson
ed.
Sunday/Sept. 2, there will be -
of Jacksonville was the
v church 'school at 10 a.m.,11 a.m. ,
Communion with the reception speaker. An able and dynamic
if.. Holy
NEW PROVIDENCE M. Rev. Anderson delivered
speaker
of new members. Oscar L Range Funeral Home
Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor Monday, Sept. 3, Labor Day, soul members stirring messages.addedto

Mrs. Claudia Wlbon, reporter Circle 11, Mrs. Enid CUrt Fourteen the church. We welcome were your M. Athalle Range, Owner N. ,PatrUk Range Mcr.
Our pastor and some of tho Johnson, president, Is sponsor-
members are attending the Na- Ing a "get acquainted party" at 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue

tional sire your Convention prayers.and,Continue they de in Prizes 4 p.m. on and the refreshments church ground and visits.Drive Carefully! 'OX 1-0131 OX 1434311IIII

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI., FLORIDA Range ...b I Mrs. Mallie H. Ross INCARNATIONThe

PAGE \2 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER I, 1962 MRS. LOIS FULLER, 5023A Dies in New JerseyMrs. hour for Mass on Sunday

NW 27th ave., died Aug. 23. Sheis Mallie Hunter Ross, .formerly will have be 10:45: a.m. We will again
as our Celebrant and
survived by two sons, John
of Miami and recently of
guest preacher, the Rev.. Till-
cousins, Mrs. Bernice McNeely
East Orange, N.J. died on Tuesday -
B.
man Williams vicar
of
St.
and Mrs. Ruth PhillipsJFunei in the New Jersey City. Jude's
CARDS MEMORIALS Episcopal Church.
al August services 30 In were the held chapel Thursday, _.,......._.._---_.... This week we Installed a
new Ebco fountain with at

MRS. WILLIE B. JACKSON, tachment to accommodate .our
CARD OF THANKSWe IN MEMORIAMIn 329 NW 10th St., died Aug. 21. little folk. It is a gift to the
I She is survived by her mother, .r I church from the Rev H. E. S,

the family of the late, sad but loving memory of Mrs. Lillie Bell Trobrldge, five Duffle Reeves, 1560 and NW Mrs.U5th Henry Terr.Me-

our dear daughter and mother, sons, Horns, Leamon, James,
RUTH WILLIAMS Bunny and Wesley, a daughter
who departed this life August Dorothy Mae, three sisters and

29, 1961. Gone but not forgot shipped The body was ,
ten. May she rest In peace. to Vidalia, Ga., for final
Carrie and Roosevelt rites.
at I
r Williams, parents .
!
Larry and Carolyn, children DAVIS HARRIS, 1828 NW
:, Mrs. Evelyn Roberts, 4th ave., died Aug. 24t He Is
grandmother survived Ify two sisters Mrs.
Mrs. Merlin Davis, Mary Bryant and Mrs. Ella !If,
aunt and other relatives Williams, a brother-in-law,
t Francis. Williams. The body i

was snipper to Americus, Ga. rct: ';,
CARD) OF THANKS for final rites._ W

Mr and Mrs. Thomas M. MRS. ESSIE MAE WOODS,
SS r Jakes take this opportunity to 14235 Madison St., Richmond REV. SHEPHERD I
thank all the many friends for Heights died Aug. 26. She Is survived
he many cards and telegramshat by her husband, Dennl, I BOEGATERSSAYS
were sent to Mr. and Mrs. a daughter, Mrs. Florence E. Mrs. Ross was well known in
:takes during the passing of his Harrell, three sons, Emanuel, the Miami area during her :
)ldest sister, Mrs. Junita Dan Herman and Enormpus J., one stay of several years as a teach /

els. sister Mrs. Reatha Stephens, er at Douglas Elementary She Never before in the
16 history
Thomas Jakes, brother grandchildren and three is a former member of Mt. Zion of Miami have you heard a man
great grandchildren.
Services Baptist Church. She receivedher
will be held who speaks the truth like him.
1
MRS. ROBERTHA BARKLEYwish at Mt. at p.m. Saturday bachelor's degree from Be- He said that God has sent him
to thank our many IN MEMORIAMIn Church.Calvary Missionary Baptist thune Cookman College and hermaster's to deliver a great message to
friends and neighbors for the degree from New his children

cards of sympathy, telegrams, wife loving and mother memory, of our dear REV WILLIAM I York University.At ,Rev. Shepherd Boegaters has
flowers and the use of their EULA CONWAY 1303 BENTON, the time of her death, she jnst returned from a very successful
NW 63rd Terr., died
cars during our hour of be who departed this life August 28. He is survived Aug. was a teacher in the public tour through the west
five
reavement. Many thanks to 25, 1961.rhere's ; '' by school system of East Orange and parts of Georgia ,The
some
Rev. S. A. Cousin of Greater daughters, Mesdames Willis B. Funeral services Rev. he's
an open gate at the Jones Mildred i will be held not 'a fortune tel-
Bethel AME Church, Rev. P. S. end of the road Mae Walker, Griffin, Essie today (Saturday) at 1 p.m. in ler, not a palm reader ,not, a
Brown of Mt. Tabor Baptist rhrou hltwhich each must go. Gussie MamieJones, and Newark. Persons desiring to rootman, not God, either but. a
Church and the Range Funeral alone I Sapp. o son Mack. Funeral send condolences may address God sent man working through

Home.The And there is a light one cannotsee services will be held at 2p.m. them to her husband,. care of the scripture of. God's Holy
I'I Family Sept. ;3 at. New Hope MIs- Woody's Funeral Home, New Bible.It .

\. Our father claims his own. sionary Baptist Church. ark, N.J, or her home, 184 I costs nothing to come in
May she rest in peace. LINDA DENISE Greenwood Ave., East Orange, I and talk with me night or
IN MEMORIAM I Larren Conway, husband Infant CHAPPELL N. day at any hour.
Carlton Conway, son Leo daughterof Mr. and, Mrs. J.Mrs.. Ross is survived by her You can call me at telephone
I
In sad but Chappell of 5158 NW19th
loving of
husband number
memory James her 75-1-3978
my dear husband Ave... died Auor.. 27. Or.ivpfiMp mother, or you can see
Cervices were held 'Friday: Mrs. Elizabeth Bryant, a daugh me by driving to 827 NW 48th
31. Aug. ter, Mrs. Robtfce Harper, all of St. in Miami. I'm sure I can
DEATHSRichardson Miami a son-in-law, Charlie help you.

Harper, two grand children, Rev. Shepherd Boegaters
-<
Francis Patricia and Larry Harper, two advertisementAPARTMENTS_
brothers, J. Howard and Mercy
SW MRS.5th EDITH BROWN of 648 Bryant, a sister, Mrs. Clyde
Ave.
Homestead
MAXIMILIANO died Thomas a sister-in-law, Mrs.
MATA of Aug. 22. Funeral
services will
151 NW North River Drive be held, Sept. 1 at 12 o'clocK Verma Moorman Bryant.KINDERGARTEN.
IIi died on August 22. He leavesto at St. Cyprians Episcopal For Rent
mourn, his mother and Church in Homestead of which
other relatives in Venezuela, the Rev. A. Robert Rizner Is Juanita's Kindergarten opens New owner
South America. Funeral ser the priest, with Fr. Theodore R. Sept. 4. Pick up and delivery 2 bedrooms
vices were held in the chapelon Gibson, rector of Christ Episcopal service. Telephone OX 12350. fenced
Wednesday, Aug. 29. The Church officiating. The Mrs. Juanita Jackson. S8 Good tenants only

body was shipped to Venezuela body will be on view at her No children under 15 years
where burial rites were held. home 6 p.m. Friday until funeral DENTAL TECHNICIAN owns
time. Survivors include 5 downtown corner store. Excel Agent on premise
Mrs. Lillie S. Thomas of 1339 daughters, Mrs. Miriam Smith, lent l location. Good opportunity BARRY} MANOR
NW 6th Ave. died Aug. 29. She Mrs. Elvira Rolle, Mrs. Dorothy for dentist. NA 48028. Call
leaves to mourn a husband, Mae Davis, Mrs. Vera Mosley evenings. 3200 NW 47th Street

James, a son, Russell Salter, sis and Miss Mary Brown, five
..' ters and brothers. The body. ions, Rufus, Joseph, Wilmore,
I was shipped on Aug. 30 to the Thomas and Harold and other NEW DREAM
ROBERT THOMAS HOUSTONwho Morrison Funeral Home in relatives and friends. HOME
departed this life August 4 Pensacola where
services will Y.Y w..Y 4.
1956. be held Sept. 2. MRS. ETTA MAE OUTEN o/ 3 BEDROOMS AND 2 FULL BATH ROOMS
Gone but not forgotten. 569 NW 8th
St., apt. 17 OPEN SUNDAY
was 2
TO 6 PJkl.
May he rest in peace and CLEVE SUMMERS Jr., of 551 DOA at Jackson Hospital Aug
.light perpetual shine upOn.hlm. NW 7th Ct., apt. 28 died at his 27 Arrangements are Incom See this wonderful
Pearl Houston, wife ; home on Aug. 27. He Is a graduate plete Survivors Include her corner home
j Theodore Houston, son of Booker T, Washington husband George six
sons, five
,. Isabelle Banks, sister High School Class of '58 and sisters four brothers and other. 4550 N.W. 10th Place
Josephine Aldman, sister was better known as "Lefty." relatives. Quiet beautiful
I Services will be held Saturday neighborhood

IN I Sept. 1 at Greater Bethel AME MRS. MARGARET WIG Day. 667-6984 Nights UN
MEMORIAMIn 58728Dora'
Church at 2 p.m with Rev. S. LIAMS of 1353-B NW 5th Ave
loving memory of our deur A. Cousin officiating. He leave died Aug. 28. Arrangements are .
father, to mourn a mother, Mrs. Bernice .. Incomplete. Survivors include .
t Anderson a father, Cleve, her mother, Mrs. Evelyn Hires
five ,sisters, firs. Lila Cobb, three brothers, Herschell, Edward
Mrs. Inez Gulley of Gainesville, and Alfonza Home, sister- a Kindergarten,
Mrs. Margaret Washington 'in-law, Mrs. Freddie Horne.
Miss Patricia Summers'and REGISTRATION SUNDAY 10 A.M. to 4 P.M.
Gwendolyn Anderson one Albert
orother, Josephus Summerswho SCHOOL OPENS SEPTEMBER 4
is stationed in Korea a MRS. JANIE ASBIE'of 10401
on, Larry, a step-father, Wllllo SW> 173rd Terr., Perrine died -
q Anderson. Aug. 24. Her survivors include

three daughters, Mesdames Bessie Transportation,.hot lunch, trained teacher
Mae Edwards, Drucilla

Range Qean and Annie M. Johnson, 2450 ,NW 160th St. NA 1-7381
and four sons Bill and Eddie
ofY LUCIUS HARPER,' 1812 NW ASbie, Levi and Watts Jones. Mrs. Dora Rhodes
6th court died Thursday, Aug. Servlcese will be conducted Saturday owner
23. He is survived by his wife, 2, p.m. at Mt. Sinai Bao- -
Maude J., one daughter, Mrs.. tlst Church, Perrine, Rev J. E. .
Thelma Simmons one sister, Murray, pastor She will lie In
Mrs. J. M, Smoke, 3 broths repose in the church from 7 CAPITOL
ers, Josephus, Jacob and Lau '.m. Saturday. THEATREsHOwING
rie. Funeral services were held
3:30: Monday, Aug. 27 at Mt.
f MRS. SENEVA SHERMANdied !
Talc f11 UDESTJOTPWAruLWMY4t$ IIDI1
.. ZIon Baptist Church at home. 1460 NW 4th ave. "E1 WIW1J
.
August 28. Services will
be
\' .d. conducted
U ____' 1\\' ':'\ "" .<,, I JERRY McPHEE, 22299 SW .Saturday 2' p.m. at ;,
_____ 108th St.. Goulds, died Aug. 23 Greater New Bethel Baptist

He Is survived by his wife, Church, Opa-locka, Rev. W. K. VKTOfc
,t CHARLES L. MAJOR Mae Etta, a son Ronald, one Smith, pastor. Survivors are a
.
who departed this life Sept, 3, daughter, Jacquelyn, his father daughter, Mrs. Janle McCol- MATURE
i 1961. Jerry Sr., two brothers, lough, three sons, Roger and
Remember man, as you pass by Floyd and Earl, two sisters Joe Thomas and John D Sher
I .:As you are now so once was I Mrs. Genesa Sweeting and man, father, Rev. R. C. Thomas
A. I am now so must you be, Mrs. Anita Austin. Funeral services of Deland, a stepson.and a
were held at 2 {)m. Aug. I grandson. She will be on:view PLUS -.
30 at Bethany Seventh Day in the chapel from Friday afternoon "MAGNIFICENT SEVEN" YUL
BRYNNERI
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MIAMI FLORIDA FOR SALE

Classified- SATURDAY* SEPTEMBER i* 1962 PAGE 13 2 BEAUTIFUL FHA homes for SPACIOUS 3-bedroom, 2 bath,

professional people only. Doctors carporte CBS $11,000 total

L ,, t I! school teachers, lawyers Small down payment. 744 .NW'
etc. For appointment call 78th St. PL 71219.
FOR RENT i iI 448.1391 after 6 p.m.;

HOUSEHOLD A NICE furnished room in private
BEAUTIFUL Furnished room BAR GOODS. Leaving twin beds.
LIFE with
private entrance, private bath, town Living, dining andbed-, Would home like 2 quiet working men
wall to wall carpet. Front and room furmturet also 21tnch upright 1075 NW 17th St.
side door. Very big closet Norge deep freeze, automatic 634.9654man )v1OH
*
Fenced in property. 1859 NW Cor. 5th St. Collins Ave. Miami Beach Frigldalre, washin ma-
69th St. Cooper. chine and odd pieces. 730 NW
Open 7 niter a week until 5 a.m. : 48th St. HUNT..OIL BALE ',',
HOUSE, unfurnished, 2 HOUSES reasonablerCaU'PL
3$10- weekly E. Picard Rental ,Sunday Special Labor Day Weekend 2 STORY CBS building,; 6114 NW 46408. ."'j
OX ,.
15th Ave. Easy terms. Call .i
FR Agency 72902.ROOMING, 560. NW 8th St. Phone All Sepia Review'T _._ i
:
HOUSE, newly $ ARRINGI Randolph's Kiddie Inn Kindergarten J.! .

painted 5 bedrooms, 2, baths, '
very reasonable. Also,.4 room \: 'E. Lois Foreman 1425 NW 54th St. :; I
house and Bath. $12.50 week.? I
,.
St.Call TU Saturday 8-6985 2200 (Dynamic Vocalist) Registration now in progress. Pick up service

i'62nd ; ;Jose (The,Silver Prince) Hot lunches afternoon snacks. .Experienced teachers' '
ROOM, single man, 1
quiet.all home privileges., NE; 1 CALL .
INFORMATION
5. -6263.. ,;' -- Sepl HOT PAPA TURNER FOR FURTHER .

bill: Cottages, water furnish OX 1.7988 or OX 1.2921
e $10 *eek. 669 NW 8th St. And His All-Star Revue

[N l 7.2962. I Music ,BY


Rental E. PICARD Agency I Freddie Grant's Organ ComboNew

Rental collections; property
management, real estate Every Thursday Celebrity Night FINEST SELECTION IN MIAMI
669; NW 8th St. FR 7.2902

FURNISHED efficiencies, utilities I No Cover No Minimum No Table Charge LOVELY HOMES OPENLow

included, $12.50 a week. 620 N.W Casual Wear Dance Till 5 a..m.

8th St. FR 72902. I LOW LOW LOW PRICES Low Down Payments ",

THREE BEDROOM House.!.'
Kitchen fully furrtished. H d t Come 6n1 come all EZ TERMS! LESS THAN RENT

water. Extra auxiliary room. 4i { ..
See at 1401 NW 58th Terrace, 1 ; 1016 NW 43rd Street
then call OX 6-2391
Pool! Yes sir, beget the heat!11! Lovely CBS home with

THREE ROOM house. Tile huge Fla. room, garage, ar| large filtered pool. Only
Math and ,store.hot water 5520,NW close 7th to school Ct. FABULOUS BUNCHE LANES I $450 total down payment. No extra. Hurry! Will be

sold today $15,000 total price.
FURNISHED APT. with yard 2282 Bunche Park West Drive
_
.
and porch. Reasonable. Call OX .
1-2126. OPA-LOCKA
4322 NW llth Court

NEWLY DECORATED Apt. LADIES BOWLING CLUB Hardwood floors, tile.
Stove and refrigerator. 441 NW 3-bedroom beauty. Best area.
15th St. Call 3713622. Carey's roof carporte, 75 ft. lot. $13,500., $450 'down. ',(

Rental Agency Every Tuesday, 8-10 p.m. Sharp '_i _:

FURNISHED ROOMS. ,
Newly
decorated, private baths. All ATTENTION ALL MEN 1346 NW 46th Street :
utilities furnished. $12.00 per
sweetheart of a
week 3713622. Carey's Rental j $350 total down payment buys a
of 150 or more
Agency with an average ; home Hardwood floors. Carpet Fla. room, spotless

inside. $10,800 total price:
$13.00 per week. Partly furnished YOU ARE INVITED TO JOIN THE
1 bdroom apt. Free gas -0 --=
and Water. 6039 NW 24th Ave.
MEN'S TRAVELING LEAGUEwhich 1344 NW 44th Street
$10 PER WEEK, 1 bedroom
cottage, unfurnished, free lights Shining, CBS Fla room, garage, spotless, has every-
and water. 4528 NW 33rd Ave., meets at Bunche Lanes thing. $600 totaJ to handle. See this now.

FURNISHED APT. Hot and .....-_-. .__..
cold water, light, water and Sunday, September 2, at 6 p.m.
etc. Furnished. 2129 NW 57th 7400 N.W. 10th Avenue

St. For further information call 624-1433. Gorgeous corner CBS hbtne and income. A real

NICK nOOM In private home. I beauty. Hardwood floors, huge rooms and cedar

Call OX 17479. ot l ,lined closets $800 down. See this today.!

NEW CBS '5 bedroom home. : .

Fully Court furnished.(off 20th 1929 St.) NW$30 per 6th Own Your Own Home Today I 833 NW 75th Street

week. For information phoneJE CBS hardwood floors. $350 down $65
Rent! 3 bedrooms ,
,
1-3184 Should You Pay>
or FR M905. Why per month. No closing costs

$50' Cash $25 Weekly ...'.._...... ..._..__.
.
FOR SALE $5,950 total buys you a 2 bedroom home. No qualify 7528 NW 11th AvenueMust
$8,950 total. $78 month. Completely can buy1. See today.
air conditioned, home ing anyone o see this! 3 bedroom 2 baths, circular Fla. room
like new, awnings, carporte,, month wood paneled walls fence fruit trees privacy. $995
big lot, $300 down. Open Sunday $700 down $99 In. No waiting. $12,900 total.
3 to 6 p.Wi. at 1935 NW 47th CBS, 1 bath large rooms, stove and re- down. Move right
Terrace. Call A. Ben-Korl, Real 3 bedroom Park area. Call ------0 ------
tor, 2644 NW 62nd St. Nltes PL frige/ator. No closing costs. In Manor
'
0-5533, days OX: 19372. 747 NW 77th Terrace - homelike today ; CBS duplex fully furnished, lovely lot, quiet are. tpen. Beautiful In a o ,
in. .
,, free. Move right'
t 1 down. Live rent
littte! estate.! See 1020 *;t. Open Sunday 3 to 6 p.m. $490 down ...._...... -
I j&rtly furnished, large rooms,, '1825 N.W. 41st STREET 741 NW 77th Terrace ;
Florida room, garage,; awning, duplex with a 1 bedroom 1 bathe
nice Only May be used as a this fully furnished 2 bath doll house.
sprinkler system. 2 bath home with car- Move right in
down. A. h side or a.2 bedroom, Florida! room.,
$12,500 total, $400 floors tile roof, carporte, ,
Only .
NW fruit trees galore. Hardwood ,
Ben-Korl, Realtor, 2641 Furnished) complete, total price. .
porte. 1 :
62nd St. Nltes-PL 9-5533, days Sunday 1-5 p.m. $83 month pays all $10,500
OX 1-0372. $9,500 total. Open ._...__.. .--.'...<- -
e 'i

Lovely home has everything. 4 Units $2,500 down New Home SectionSee

See 794 NW 44th St. Hardwood, onlY'100 LIVE RENT FREE model at 745 NW 46th St. Beside comparison
Garage our
floors, Fla.
room.
$- down. Call A. Ben-Ko Three 2 bedroom furnished apartments. A separate for $16,900. We have many lots In best area to
Realtor, 2644 NW 62nd St., niter 2 bedroom home for you. This property is in tip top choose from. EZ terms See today at
m PL 0-5533, days OX 19372. condition. 745 NW 46th Street

Almost broke. Just $95 down. RETIREE/ SPECIAL .
$65 month, Just a cottage but It .
!Ibeats paying rent See 1309 NW show these. We arrange -
salesman will you I II
45th St. Move in now Total A friendly
:$6,595. Call A. Ben-Korl. Real financing also. NEWS REALTYThe
tor, 2644 NW 62nd St., niter! PL
:9-5533, days OX 19372. REALTY For You)
y JTRIO I ( Broker That Works
CBS
::2 HOUSES on one lot. One 7th Ave. PL 4-0655
'2-bedroom, and one stucco, 4 801 NW 54th Street 4600 NW
etc. 296769NW Sunday)
bedroom, kitchen (Open
SBth St. Low down payment PL 9-8372 PL 9.5455 NE 5-8745

:balance phone.like JE rent.1-3184 For information or 7' o "-.....s:

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA ...-..-..-.,---.-..--- Leon Sawyer What to Wear


PAGE' 14 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1962 Phil Ossofer Says Vacationing in Fla. With What

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A pleasant and interested visitor Glamour Magazine's September
The invention of the printing in the Miami area duringthe issue has a special section

press brought great progress summer was Leon L. Saw spotlighting: What You Wear
What to Make The Look.
With
into the world. It
Eventually yer of California t, This "look" is the special some
will enable all peoples, through
thing resulting from the com
Mr. Sawyer, a native Floridian -
printed knowledge to dispel bination of clothes and accessories -
(Key West) and veteranof
Dress, hat
ignorance by fostering universal wear. ,
education world. World War 1 has lived on the shoes, brag, gloves, jewelry -
Wringing Pacific since all add to something interesting
wide understanding and peace coast his discharge (I may up
from the Army following the 1 unusual, beautiful, or"nolook'l
The printing press !is indirectly close of the war. : un-co-ordinated, unrelated
responsible for other advancements I I at the very least, dull
too. This I discov- This was his first visit to Any dress can have many
ered as I was speeding along at Florida in over 40 years He I I beautiful looks, depending on
By ALBERT W. COOKE; 550 miles per hour, 32,000 feet : expressed himself as being well how well you add and Qlanv
TWO PORTRAITS OF in the air, on my return from : pleased with the progress and our shows you two different
a short visit to Los Angeles. I Improvements, especially in accessory approaches for eachof
"YOUNG LOVE" wrong now darling dear was reading "Song of the Sky", the area of race relations, no. seven colors for fall. You
I sing my song You a most interesting book on the ticed since his last visit here. i will discover details aMout what
This day I have mixed emo i came to me love came to progress of navigation, one He resides in the city of Berk colors go with what colors,
tions. I feel like philosophizingbut me. modern application of which at ley with Mrs. Sawyer and their what shapes to look for, ,what
I can think of nothing at WOW GEE WELL that moment was enabling me i four accomplished and talented details to plan on. You'll find
this moment to philosophizeabout. ALRIGHT! to be borne aloft safe as a [I children (2 sons and 2 daughters the newest pale shade for win-
babe in its mother's arms. I ). Mr. Sawyer is a promi- ter putty dressed with a
I am aware of religion Well Cousin, I sure think you nent member of St. Paul's AME bright red roller, red patent
and of life around me. What of will agree that if I was not in The author explains that the Church of Berkley and a shoes, oyster white gloves and
life and all its many phases love, I certainly sounded like it. printing press led to reading, staunch supporter of the you'll see another new
t or aspectsAspect of Life,, now You have now read two original and reading to eyestrain, which NAACP of his area. While in chamois dressed with avocado
that is an idea. Love is seemingly compositions.The created a demand for spectacles. Miami he was the house guestof patent shoes and tur
the most moving force on This in turn led, through opticsto his cousin, Mrs. Irene Rob- green quoise.
I this earth. Suppose I speak of former song poem was the invention of the telescope erts Straughter. He received
love or better yet let me pre. written by my brother and the enabling men to study: courtesies and hospitalities Try Glamour's Ideas or use
sent these portraits. Looking at latter song poem was writtenby the skies. Thus the printing from numerous relatives and them for inspiration when you
life in retrospect, I see myselfas Your Boy Cousin. I submit press not only gave the navigator friends before planing for New decide to make up your own
a school boy in one of our both to you for reading plea printed handbooks and York City where he visited look
local schools. There I was a boy sure. Judge them if you will. I almanacs but spectacles to read with his younger son, Harold .
I in love. I guess you would saya Compare them if you like. Rea. them with! and new observa and Mrs. Sawyer. Harold is an
boy infatuated. You know lize however if you find them tions from the heavens with advanced graduate student of ADULTS ONLY
how older people like to referto any creative spark, that they which to devise better navaga- Columbia University.Miami 4190 N.W. 32nd Ave.
what young folk call true are examples of how great the tion and write better books.
I JnMt, apartment house |In Miami
love. I inner self is. How close to Utopia
love
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as puppy Anyway
This
in turn taught man how One bedroom Furnished or
Cloud Nine we are. Heaven help us let
was on riding high.I to use this new "ocean of air"to unfurnished
was so moved by a young girl us break through. his advantage. Without this Times Ads Ample parking One block fromGOOD
at this time in my life that I Your Boy, Cousin knowledge, space would not be lllghway
was sitting down repeating probed at all. TENANTS
poetry. Here is what I wrote on Get Fast Results

paper and gave this girl: AKA Workshop As a byproduct of the in. .. COREY APARTMENTS

vention of the printing press, ..
1 LOVE ONLY YOU
eyestrain has
SaturdayInterest led to a greater
knowledge of the universe. It HOME SERVICE CALLS
Love .onlv make
you, can might Ife likened to TH $1 50
the irrltaon
me cry. take the heavenly among the Alpha within PL 1-8381 a
light out of my skies take Kappa Alpha Sorority members which an oyster shell
the ocean oars give it a has reached a high point during ment of results In the develop (IRADIO REPAIR SALES TRADE-IN
sigh: ". all heaven knows thatIt the past fe\t days and is ex- for the a priceless pearl. As FREE'DELIVERY AND PICK UP
is love look pected to climb printing press Itself, I
true I to up- even higher. It believe it is Written guarantee all work
a on our
greater
boon to
on your face .. hold you closeto all centers about the coming the
workshop made. advancement of civilization Sales on' Payment Plan, Without any Finance Charges
me in my embrace n ) then the wheel
other one can take your place pressive invention., our first pro- KNOW YOUR TV MAN AND SAVE MONEY
cause I am meant.for only you I- The committee in charge of JOE SCOTT
you are my Joy my glory arrangements is headed by
i the theme of my song I Soror Gussie Dobbs. According Authorized factory ?;V. repair and sales
.' 'angels sing of our love to her plans, the workshop will Times' Ads Pay Off! 923 N.W. 62nd Street PL 1.8381
be held
story all the night and day at the YMCA on NW
long love only you .only 15th ave. The date is Saturday,
you can make me sing and giveto Sept. 1, 1902. All sorors are re- II*.
minded to be at the "Y" at 5 .
my poor heart a pair of --
wings now humbly bowed p.m. I
4 my love, I bring surrendering For The Finest'' Apartments at Moderate Rates Call

love love only you.
Notice
i HOW ABOUT TIIATI!

I think that was very pretty Miami's first kindergarten BONDED
Alexander's Kindergarten will!
,
and well composed don't you?
open again 4.
Well Sept. Rates are
anyway, I handed this reasonable and
girl this. she satisfaction is
young
Naturally guaranteed. 1239
NW 1st Court.
flipped. Inwardly, I could not
take credit for this portrait Carrie B. Anderson, principal,
L. A.
song of poem, because I did not Buchanan, assistant. I RENTAL
write it; my brother did. His
name is Arthur Cooke and my I Sa
name is Albert Cooke. I merely; SEE THE SOUTH'SLEADING

signed the composition 'A COLORED
Cooke.. hoping, that ,she would
get the implication, which she PSYCHIC READER AGENCY INC.
got. Man, like, I was in. This
song got me on first base. Thisin CONSULT IIER-
a was formal intro
way my
duction to this young lady =' The largest collection and rental
Wow! I was riding high. I was

glimpsed in "love." "Utopia"I, was inspired.. I broke I agency in the South; operating in

with really My soul was freed.
I let myself go. At a table, with Dade and Broward Counties'L.
my love beside me, I wrote this Y 'aMb
original self soul expression.
L. BROOKS Negro Housing areas.
LOVE CAME TO MEI
PresidentMANAGING
waited .and waited I
thought you would no t come Let her years of experience guide
i. but when I could no longer and protect you throughout life AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
stand the pain love came AS A lighthouse guides the ships
to me You came to me In a storm. For stirre in bus! 10,000 HOUSING' UNITS
I sighed ', 'almost cried I ness and love.
you-would not come DON'T STAY IN THE RUT. GET
thought when I would no long OUT NOW I1Y THE liEU' OF Bonded also has FREE employment service for
er hide it from some folk GOD SHE CAN HELP YOU.

love came to me you Office' Hours Bonded's Tenants at main office 4150 NW 7th Ave.
came to me Yes, there you 0 a-m. 0 p.m. ,
were and there I was and There; 0 a.m to
here we are lost in a kiss 7 p.m. .
( I the kiss rwatyed.for.' for DAILYSunday .
so, long r am happy. I am 11 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU
glad I am glad that I was

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Three Schools Win Freshmen OrientationAt Back to The LibraryDear Care Center

parents, the Dixie Park 1781 NW 73rd Street
Branch Library thanks you
Thatcher FNIMCSt for sending thousands of boys Registration for the St. Stephen
DAR AwardsIn Augustine The annual and girls to the library this Day Care Center will begin
summer. It was a pleasure toafen'e
i Freshmen Orientation activitieswill h
Rates
August 27. by t e
them and it is hoped that
recognition of and ad a da has .equalled this showing. take place at FNIMC September the library habit will continue. week $5.00 by the I 6-9 according to Dr.
tribute to practical Rood citizenship The cash that werit with these Reid E. Jackson, registrar of Now the library needs your Hot lunches, and pickup ser
John MacDonald Chapter I awards will be. used fdr. the! student personnel. The week help in rounding up many of vice. For further information
DAR, presents Thatcher Award benefit of the whole school long activities will be spear- the books that were borrowed. call PL &G067.
Some boys and girls have not
headed by a formal opening assembly
to children of the 6th is will officially
pins returned their books and it St. Stephen
Anderson
The In
the
Opa-locka JAC Commune program
in the schools In whichit
grade Junior American ity clubs were unique In that Hall Chapel at 9 a.m. Sept difficult to operate without child open Sept. 4. '"Splendid care

Citizens sponsors Clubs. These Dins are they met In a community setting 5. ren them.to Please return urge their your books If and supervision' is our motto.

miniatures of the Informal JAC rather than In a school. Presiding at this affair will be they are past due.
pennant in full color in gold; Some 300 boys and girls ages Dr. Reid Jackson. Devotionswill The library, located at 350
accompanying each pin Is a ci- In from 7 to 17 met once a week be led by Rev. Lester T. NW 13th St. opens dally at 1. Medicines dispensed at low
the
tation stating the awardee "as educational building of Whitelocke, chairman of the It houses books for adults and coat
having demonstrated distinctive the First Baptist Church In Religious Education depart young people as well as for Blood urine tests for health
,
Opa-locka. Church members
qualities of dependability I ment; a message of welcome children. All services are free
and leadership to the satisfaction I parents and teachers were the will be made by James \V. Hale !to residents of the city: of Miami. and marriage
of the faculty and the student leaders of these clubs president of the sophomoreclass. .
body, and In recognitionof I I The JAC clubs in the John Mrs. Amy Anderson Thanks for your cooperation.Your DR. LONG'S CLINIC

sen-ices rendered for the I son. Bunche Park and Young I James will render a solo. friendly Park library Branch A G....ral Ht-ahh ttrvtc
promotion of Justice, Americanism The Dixie ... .,
schools and In Opa-locka H..rgl tna. "' Rsp-
and character among fellow Highlighting the occasion ... ...
Community are sponsored by address tort Rectal Dt* *. V." .
will be President
students and for worthy John MacDonald Chapter DAR R. W Puryear an who by will discuss ALL DAY LONG Vclita.. PrwUt. ArUirttla lto
participation in the activitiesof and It Is proud and happy to "The Present and Future Hopesof Our intimate nite dab atmosphere due'.
a Junior American Citizens be so closely associated with FNIMC." remain the name Bite or Parklng. rear
Club. these groups that are teaching day. Day timers bare a ball at :FR J-Z74S; R... HI S1M
These citations slimed by practical, good citizenship, and oar boo**. Hospitality plow.Katrlllte 1545 N.W. 1st Street
are are developing fine future Lounge, CCS XW 7th l :
the President General. NSADARthe Americans. I I Land O' Nod Opens Are. > .
National chairman. JAC
Committee. NSDAR. the Florida September 4
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State Regent,.and the Florida FAMU extensionMeeting ; s
State JAC chairman. i i The popular Barett-Kemp's
4 I Land 0' Nod Kindergarten will TV Service Calls 1-J9
fey some principals the Sept. 1 I open for its regular fall and
Thatcher Award Din is considered I winter session of Tuesday. Sent
the highest honor to tfe given The organizational meeting II 4. The same high tvW services. ALL MAKES-ALL MODELS
to a student., for Florida A and M University | care and Instruction of children -
Winners of the these Dins t Extension Classes is scheduled i I II i I will again be offered by its LARRY'S T.V.
for this Saturday. Sept. 1 at 9 I I I I staff of well trained personnel
I SETS
were: a clock ill the gymnasium of' Popular rates will continue to WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV
Northwestern Senior High prevail. Interested parents may STEREO REPAIRSWe
Linda Myers. Bunche Park !I RADIOS, HI-FI AND
Elementary: Carolyn Estes and School Edward Norwood coordinator obtain further information bv Sell Used TVs oa Credit
calling the Supervisor. Mrs.
Nathaniel London. James W. of Extension Services
Johnson Patricia to explain changes In general Eloise Barrett Kemp at telephone 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1.$02'4aaasati'r..aiazauIIfILUII
ElementaryJ number FR 343078.
Brown ames. Nathan will meet with Interested people 'I
B. Younx: Elementary. program and to set up courses ,I I
and classes. Undergraduatecourses
t tn Bunche Park school the and classes. Undergraduate AKA Workshop
George Washington JAC Clubin courses can be used 1
the 3rd grade room of Mrs. for certification and extending 1 September Jackson's Toddle InnOFFERS
Helen Wright Jackson was certlflates. Several graduate Gamma Zeta Omega Chapterof
awarded the Thatcher Pin with courses may be arranged. Mrs. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority
citation for Its superior yearlong Clora M. Pearsall launches Its program for the _
Americanism activities. Orchard Villa PrfndpaJ'l year 1962-& or Saturday. SnC
This is the first whole classroom I rector of the Miami 1 at the Carver Branch YMCA training
The best in pre-scfeool
JAC club to be so ludeed. Center She can be contactedfor at 5 pun
further information. I'i I I Edna1J1bms.. basileus.
In the 1961-G2 JAC contests The finest primary iratroctioBRerutration
James Weldon Johnson standsat
the very too In Florida Profession'CreCraft'Srhtl and hupectioa of FadElie* Da ?
Lifetime
winning four firsts and one Have a
second in the state contests: I II BEGINNING SUNDAY AUGUST 1STHIt
and one first, one second. one
third and one special In the fir Vine's Aft .... to ....
national (all U.S.) contests.To .
RATES $7.00 PER WEEK
date no school In Flori- SUMMER CLASSES NOW FORMING

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