The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: September 8, 1962
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00333

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I 773 Negroes Attend 16 (Says State Attorney, Sheriff I

and Deputies Falsified Proof

Mixed Schools HereWith
Francisco A. Rodriguez, form- flee -'
state NAACP legal counsel, un-
covered Important evidence and Rodriguez defended the men
the assignment of 18 There are approximately 2l,- forced a Lake County Circuit at their original trial. An appeal -
Negroes to three schools on. 000 Negroes in the county Court judge last Wednesday to was lost. Their death war...
Wednesday the number of Negroes school system. Issue a stay of execution order rants! were signed last week by
attending integrated for two Negroes convicted of Bryant
schools in Dade County rose to Other schools integrated this raping a white woman.
773. North County Elementary week Include Miami Beach, Miami Rodriguez charged 1 In his! petition -
Little River Elementary and Central, and Miami Jackson Circuit Judge W Troy Hall that Deputies L. G. Clark
Robert E. Lee Junior High senior high and Miami Edison { Issued the stays and Informed and James Yates testified at the
brought the number of racially i Junior High; r Gov. Dryant of his action preventing trial that they had taken plaster -
mixed schools to 16. $r t the Thursday June 6 casts of foot prints of the
I A case against the board Is executions at Ralford, where accused at the scene of the
At the time of the approvalof before the Fifth Circuit Courtof the men are on death row. crime when actually they made
the 16 on Wednesday five Appeals In New Orleans to the casts from the shoes of the
others were turned down by Integrate Palmetto Junior High The two men Involved are accused in Clark's back yard.
the school board. in South Dade. Jerry Chatman, 20, and Robert
Shufer, 23. They were convict. Rodriguez also stated in the
1.l" I "fl 'i ed July 7, lOGO( of raping a petition that the alleged rape
middle-aged white woman who victim made a statement to Mc
Mrs. I.E. Thomas Heads Mrs. Carolyn Bennett Black, jived near Fruitland Park. Call that Shuler was not onenf -
former teacher at Brownsville her assailants and that Me
I Junior High is now a teacherof The Tampa Attorney filed a Call "never made this knownto
Baptist Young People Dept. math and chemistry at the petition which charged that anyonp."
University of Alaska at Anch Attorney Gordon G. Old- The alleged victim was con
orage. Her husband, Lt James ham, Willis McCall, sheriff of fined to a state, mental institution -
Takes Gavel ,at Mrs. Zee Anderson Barren of Black of Asheville, N.C. is stationed Lake County and two of his at Macclenny after the alleged -
Cohama Junior College, Clarks. at Fairbanks, Alaska.. deputies,1 violated their oathsof rape and did not testifyat
37th Meet, in Chicago dale, Miss was presented and office and perpetuated fraud the trial. She is now living
welcomed.The on the defendants, suppressed with relatives in Tennessee
The 37th Annual convention general theme for the entire evidence and obstructed Jus- according ,to Rodriguez
t. session was 'The Task of 7 Negroes At UF; .. ..
of theDaptIst Young'People*;. The*' Church' Youth in the r I 1. -
partntent opened in Chicago' Struggle ''for World Peace." 4
Frontiers i 'International Convention Toy4Meet
with a record registration of her ,
Taking the gavel to begin/ 3 Enroll! At FSU
young people Sept. 6 and_ con- tenure as president of the Junor j
Matrons National Department In Miami In 1964
-1 was Mrs. L. E. Thomas of Seven Negroes registered In'' ;
Miami. She enters this office the undergraduate school at the "'11II
I with a wealth of experienceand Univerlty of Florida at Gaines. Members of the Miami chap. lain the national convention
as a most talented person. I ville this week: ter of Frontiers International, here. in 1061. 'I'
This is a signal 1 honor for the Johncyna Williams, of Brad oldest Negro I service club InGeorge George W, Kilpatrick, delegate -
deep south and particularly enton, Alice Marie Davis. of I from the Miami chapter to
Florida since it U: the first National Rubonla, Rose Elizabeth Green ..\'' (he annual meeting in Philadel-
president in the history of Daytona Beach Jesse Deanof .", phia In July extended the invitation
of the department. Pensacola and John) Redic of ,. ;. ; to Miami and won out
., Highlighting the convention of Gainesville. : ; over Atlantic City, Baltimore,
were workshops in six varied Oliver Gordon of Gainesville, ; St. Louis, Milwaukee and Washington
fields pertinent to youth work who transferred from Florida A '" : D.C.
over the country and abroad. and M University and Stephen ,;/ fi# j Since its beginning in 1030fhe 1
The musical department w a sunder Mikle of Gainesville, who transferred ft.'.".,.., Frontiers have spread into '
the dynamic leadershipof from Bethune-Cookman \,., every major city in the United I'
Mrs. Grace B. Taylor of St.' Beach ''Y Jk'(: ,:)?f;: states and also two foreign ;
Louis, Mo.President. : ; .
Miss Green : ........ countries Its members include I
Thomas delivered Will share a room in the uni .' !Business; and professional men. 1
her annual address to a joint versity's coed Mallory Hall. (,.1,.'i i..,.": : ...-.. James F. J King of Newark, N.
session with the Woman's Aux. Miss Davis said, she is rooming ... JIs' the national president.

iliary and held an audienceof Continued. .on. page 8 ,. .. ........ Oscar W. Weaver is presidentof
more than 15,500 spellbound. ... the Miami chapter that was
Speaking from the subject, i r R .......,....., ........ organized in 1050. Other members
"Standing Tall for Christ Al include Dan Johnson, E.
ways" the president placed bee, I, N. Taylor, Thomas Sanders
--- fore her hearers several ideals I Henry Arrington, Garth C.
tiued through the week. The I and prerequisites necessary to' S. Reeves, James L. Cherry, N.
I newly appointed Nat'l Director, stand tall. Patrick Range, Richmond

t Blackshear, Charles Hadley
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Henry Gabriel and William
..'.. .' W. Klljnitrick The group hold dinner meetIngs -
every other Tuesday at the
the United States announced Howard Johnson Restaurant'on

y this week that they will enter- 3fth-6t. and, 27th ave.. .,. ;fl'
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1 1I. Three Negroes Wounded, One White .

1 Killed In Two Georgia Shootings : '

In Dawson, Ga. three mem Negroresidence occupied by j ,
> bers of a bl-raclal team working two women and seven children
+ :31 on a Negro vote registration and called out that "we're comepoliticking.
1FMaa f
: drive were slightly injured ,

f.. ...... early Wednesday by shotgun Assistant Solicitor J. E. Per-
"D"Ul-;:: blasts fired into a Negro home ren described the mission as "a I II
,, Not since the first presentation : known E ,magazine.. "E1A>ny William Mackey, son where they were meeting., Klan-type operation." I..
of the late Mrs. Doris Baso of Those Jack
of Ebony Fashion Fair has >Fashion Fair with an Oriental
Miami, has received a government Chatfield a white student from
the Miami fashion 'scene been .Ft t," Is, the theme for the 1962 stipend to the University Trinity College in Vermont; Shoots'w J'I/

enlivened as it will be this tour. of Minnesota for the fall term Prathfa Hall, ,a Negro student + ', '
October 21st, the date of the 1962. The two year program of from Temple University In .
Pictured' above Is the sorority study will terminate with Philadelphia and Chris Alien, t .t
second of Ebony a ThDe tII ., 'f<,
presentation committee responsible for M. S. in Rehabilitation"-Counseling White-roan from London, Eng .-' .4 I J I
Fashion Fair by the Miami spearheading the preparation and the M.Ed. in Hospital land. A ;'ae-year-old 'man .was aht S 4 j J'' (

chapter of Alpha Kappa. Alpha ((9J" the Fashion Fair's )'Ilaml.hoW' Recreation and Adminlstra- In Dallas, Ga. Sheriff Jerome to death early Monday In a fam- L S.
sorority. Leftto The program of study Clay said a young white man ily dispute in South Dade a''::1' .1! fl
rightElizabeth which is offered only at eight' was killed in an exchange of The victim was. James "
;Miami was delighted with Atkinson general chairman; universities in the United gunfire at a Negro home Wed- 10040() SW 171st St. who F.was LUHe : :,
the initial style show of thU Yvonne Scavella, Joycelyn Burroughs States prepares trained specialists nesday night and seven persons shot through the chest with
professional tour'whIch'1, plan Zeola Jones, Shirley to staff Rehabilitation Cen are in jail on open charges .38 calibre revolver. a
I Payne and Edna Williams, basiI ters for the physically handicapped
pending further Investigation.
ned and presented by the LashI lens of the chapter. Johnson Charged with first degree
I throughout the United The sheriff said he was told murder Is his
;department of natioaally- : States and abroad. seven white men went to the wife; Mary E. Lillie C01lHftOn-law-,"31. .. .J


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MIAMI" TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA I Wife Charged In Christian Hospital i f Vital! Statistics

"PAGE-2., ./ SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1962 .. I
Huahat\d week
Patients admitted last
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United Fund Seeks Lincoln Alvin Ave I. Jackson.Opa-locka 37, ,booked of 1980 include. :Tee S. Greer, jannle Afi- i'i'1.trs. P-i f-

shot to death Sunda)". ble, Fred Johnson James Pitt--
1 on homicide charges pending Ellen BROWARDCOUNTY
a hearing was his wife; Oussie man. Dorothye r
Pickling, >irs.
Mae, according to Metro investigate Rah-
12,000 Volunteers Thelma Brown
Ming. Jerusha Carmichael: .Wil!
liam Laroda, Ethel Lavn ,
!!John Ross, Doris Dean, and Vivian
The volunteer campaign is on. community In the 1962 cam- NEWS
United Fund leadership sent paign. be said. I Willis.I

out an appeal this week for 12,- General kickoff of the cam u I Among other patients still ..
000 Dade Countians to join with paign will be Sunday, Nov. 4, convalescing are Mrs. Scevw -Ii.- ; .
several thousand volunteerswho which has been designated Allen Miss Anna trace Sweet .90:
\\' Lmn BOILThe
have already signed: up. throughout Dade as: "United ing, John Lawrence and Mrs. fly
"The volunteers is the back. Fund Sunday.." Business and Clarinda Cambridge. IT :J M
bone of our United Fund," said corporate solicitations will begin -F
William c.: Lantaff, president earlier. I Atcusf niltTliitI Carver! tt ndie'IJili Chdm-
"We can only succeed with an Once a year the Fund asks I GIRLS BORN TO: Shirley bet of mn r meet
adequate number of volunteer'corkers your help. I Ftlssell. Annie Patterson., Ethel Monday, Sept 10 at 8 p.nt.
in every section of You can "Help Them All ; Godfrey, Gertrude Readon,
Dade Count}'. All at Once" by becoming aolunteer. Rose Ivory, tub Lammor, Ethel The Freeway Handicap
United Fund's 1962 Fall Campaign \" Just call the office Mortimer.
League held its meeting
goal is $2,847,962 to support nearest you. In Miami Beach,
the programs of 39 health, call JE 2.7371, North Dade GIRLS: Jessie Hester, biane for the winter will start season Sunday,
welfare and character building call PL 9-6687, South Dade Wells, Llllie l Bennett, .Artie The teams rolling bn
;agencies. Slogan for the campaign call CE* 52313. All sections may Hicks Ruth Wright, Lizzie Sept. 12, Thursday nights, each
is "Help Them All call the main office, FR 12501. Powell Ernestine Payhe,.Sarah week for 30 weeks at Bunche
All At Once." More than 300,000 Dade Butler, Carole Chapell!, Norma Lanes.
Jay Kislak( campaign chair- Countians depend on United ,.f : Coes Walter Bowe is president and
man noted that top leadership Fund agency services. To the Theodore Blue, secretary.
:ranks have now been filled. rest of us, success of United BOYS BORN TO: Mildred
"Not only are we far ahead Fund helps make our community I Hamilton, Annie Whipple, Ida Paul Neely and his brother
of last year's campaign schedule a better place In which to i I Stephens, Althea Foster Beatrice of 52nd ave. and SW 20th St. returned -
but we have been fortunate live and we all benefit. Gause, Jessie Sandilands, home Saturday from
:in enlisting many leaders of our Volunteer now! Quincy Sands, Ruthie Owens, New York City after spending
I Winner of OESScholarship I Cholcy Richardson. three months with relatives.

: Avery Hall, boy; Gloria Collier Paul is one of our Miami Times
boy; Arnett Aiken, boy; delivery boys. Welcome home.
'Eta Phi Beta SororityTo I Maxine Mitchell 1x: >v: Harolean

I Willie Thorpe, son of lr.1 Roberts, boy; Juanita Barnes, Ernest Smith reported he hada
and Mrs. Arthur Thorpe of boy; Alice Spivey, boy; Maybelle nice time in the Bahamas l last
Organize Here 2948 NW 55th St., Is the recipient Wilson boy; Laura Frazier, week where he spent seven
of a $500 scholarship from boy; Evelyn Hines, boy; Cole- days With relatives and friends
Mrs. Mary Hubbard. grand or Sorority Inc. of Detroit, Mich., the Bethlehem Grand Chapter, tha Evans, boy; Ethel )Harde*
II ganizer of the Eta Phi Beta through Mrs. Louise Driscoll, Order of Eastern Star. C. B. j man, boy; Ruby Murphy, boy;
extends an invitation to the Nelson Daniels, G. W. M., Rev. Jennie Edmonds, bov: Victoria
Business and Professional Wo T. A. Rolle, G. W. p, I Perry, boy; Joan Burgess, boy; pIIt the tml
YMCA Sponsors men of Miami to form a chapter Jannie Williams. boy: Shirley beck ...U1lTH I
of the Eta Phi Beta Sororityn On July 31, in Jacksonville, Jackson, boy, Mary Bradwell J
this area. Willie competed with students boy; Doris Duty, boy; Bernice )
Weekend Camp from all over the sta e In an Phillips, boy; Peggy Cox. boy
The Eta Phi Beta Sororitywas oratorical contest using the Mary Drieson, boy; MildredHamilton

Bov! Girls! Teenagers! Stop organized by 11 business subject, 'The Negro Youth in bov: Mattie Ralney
in Detroit !in 1942. Somef "
vomen the Challenging Sixties. boy Carrie White
Now! Register for the first I ; boy
) the purposes of this organi --
weekend" camn since Sprint o' anon and Judges Sarah Scott-Stewart,
are to create
'fi2 at beautiful Camp Owahsa note ngenial fellowship pro- Dr Gore of FAMU and Robert YMCA

Bauer Sent. 4-l' located In the among business women, t 0 Ford of Dorsey High School Drive Carefully! -a'-
Ideal setting of Homestead.The congratulated
.vork tor me welfare of business young Thorpefor
his unusual style .and delivery .
professional women,
Caner Branch YMCA l IQ
md to assist in obtaining for and content.
hll4tllv nlanninc a weekend o' ,
fun and recreation for young- .vomen the opportunity for the The Thorpe family wishes to BETHANY KINDERGARTEN
Mgrs seven through seventeen. lighest standards In all bus. thank Mrs. Lona Brown Simmons *

The activities will)) include cook. ness fields. secretary of Education, 5001 N.W. 25th Avenue
outs, athletics: recreation, swIm. We OES, and Mrs. Ruth Bradley,
contribute to; as well as
active fraternal worker, who
,"Inll. educational films cam- participate in, community affairs rehearsed Willie, and Mrs. VIola Is now open under new management
fires square dancing social
several civic projects
Hnncln devotions, nature stu- Hill, grand associate matron I
during the year. 7:30 to 5
dv and hikes. who sponsored him. Mrs. Char I

Camn Owalssa Bauer has We are ever aware of com lotte Ford Clark, chairman of Hot Lunches Rest Period Experienced! Teachers
!wen lone noted as one of theN munity problems, and only tty the Education Committee and
-!t equipped camps In the production will our organization Grand Conductress Ellen Taylorwere PICKUP AND DELIVERY SERVICE
co.m v and affords recreational be known. also in attendance in I
activities for all boys and girls Jacksonville.
who attend. Let's make this the most outstanding Willie, a 1962 Northwestern Call NA 4-7485 or NE 3-2406 !

A nominal fee of $6.50 (members sorority in Miami. Call graduate, leaves this fall for Ty
and $6-50 non-members) Mrs. Driscoll at 634-8026 after 5 ler's Barber College in Tyler,
makes it possible for many p.m. for additional information. Texas.
Youngsters to attend. The fees
assessed will cover transporta STAR MEAT MARKET

board.A lion food. lodging, activities and I Aurelia's Interior Creations

heavy attendance Is anticipated
and all people de- SINCE 1938
young 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
cirous of attending are requested DRAPERIES CARPETS
to register! earlv at the T .
5770 XW 15th Ave. Reservations. Complete service for office, homes, factoriesand .
may be made by calling the office clinics
of the secretary, OX < Qualified mate and female I ESTIMATES FURNISHED THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
adults will serve as supervisorswith
Franklin D. Aoss program 3185 S.W. 7th Street Phone HI 4-2756 0
director, and Ina Black-
shear, girl supervisor. Member Miami, Florida HI 87678

County.Agency United Fund of Dade 813 Fresh Meat-Low Prices

1'/4 ACRES

Market 467 N.W. 8th St.

2282 Bunche Park West Drive
$375 One of Miajmi't Oldest Markets '

." ... .. ..., Groceries Poultry Fish Meats
U78 Ml .tpIIA...
irKt h r.r.prta.*.:. CMy IM Beer and Wine LicenseCall ALL MEN! .. ..
MM M ... *.. MlMt ft*
MM ftr tort* H" *.-* .*.
.wnity tflt.4 luN IM* in person and talk to owner DO YOU HAVE A BOWLING AVERAGE OF
.tftto lOCO v..**..kM dmMi
to* hNrww.s..w
..It M ft M I* VMT M ... I Irtf 150 OR MORE????
o.r ...... eIM.q ... bll.. .... 'It..

h.. wVTy, M...:-:: .: THEN JOIN THE. .
: r.wn Ia- Have a Lifetime Profession'CareCroft' :
a..aw std $ .a
o..r ILL

.". tor" toftvt.Ml ....ton...* .I..w..d MTm School for 'Nurse's Aids which meets at Bunche Lanes
..tar .&* w .* w ...
tafw n.. to ..
; MMT Wck M ?...rVMMd.c. .....,... to SO ,SUMMER CLASSES NOW FORMINGFor Sunday September 9 at 4
.... *l .*n k MX p.m.

Plat R h>*f. Realtor Ten Weeks Courses Day or Night LADIES
Mo.!. federal l Kd9.to BOWLING CLUB
.. ItMih WMfct iM Register Now Payment Plan

Miami ksd Honda 1711 W. Flagler St. Call FR 9-7357 For further Information call 6241433THE




Powell Wins I SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1962 PAGE"3'
Law HusbandTo im mmrram-mrr

Post Article Says .. .

Elks Lovejoy AwardCongressman DeathA ;.

46-vear-old man was! shot I New Southern Negro
to death Saturday by his com '

Adam Clayton room of the Sheraton-Cadillac mon-law wife.
Powell, of New York City, was Hotel at 6:30: p.m.; the annual ]Metro detectives said Ros'slenE'ntIey. :
recipient of the coveted Love- Grand Ball on Thursday, Aug. with first, 34 degree, will murder he charged In the To Fight With Votes
Award 30.
Joy presented by the killing of Cleo Byron of 5920
Hon. Hobson R. Reynolds, of George W. Lee of Memphis\ SW 63rd St.Famed -
Philadelphia. at the annual Civil Tenn., was recipient of the Education Profound changes in Southern It i is stated. "With them are alt
Liberties program, held in Award, given at a banquet and national politics can be major Negro civil rights groups,,
Cbbo Hall on Monday afternoon. in his honor on Saturday, Operatic expected when Negroes begin strengthened by $325,00,) in
other Aug. 25 in the Tuller hotel. voting in the 137 counties in the cash from the Field t Foundationin '
Among highlights of
the 63rd annual session of the I Dr.. Pearl Brown of Baltimore Tenor Offers South where they arc majority Chicago and the Taconic
Improved Benevolent Protective former treasurer of the but have few votes, according Foundation in New York.
Order of Elks of the World Grand Temple of Elks was re- Voice Lessons to an article published this "Backing the vast drive to>
with about 50,000 delegates and elected president of the Past week in The Saturday Evening register Southern Negroes to'
their families participating include Grand Daughter Rulers Club of Ladislao Vaida, after graduating Post.Written vote in the United States Department .
the oratorical contest, the Grand Temple. from the Royal Academy of by Ben H. Bagdiklan. of Justice, which gives:
held in Cobb Hall on Monday Among other key figures directing Music in Budapest, studied with it says that a new generation or the movement moral support
evening, the annual parade, various activities during two of the greatest singing masters American Negro the first to and Intervenes with lawsuits:
which began on Tuesday at the the sessions include Mrs. in Italy: Giuseppe Marti- grow up with the assumption and court orders to strike down,
Orleans and E. Jefferson to Nettie B. Smith of New York nell and after his death with hat "Segregation Is dead"-had barriers.
Woodward, north to Kirby; the City, Grand Daughter Ruler of I Gieuseppe Gorgatti. transformed integration from a The Post report says that for
Moonlight Cruise on Monday at the Grand Temple; Bertram V. legal contest to a mass move 300 years the most ambitious:
Gregory of Detroit, Grand Esteemed Mr Valda was for 25 years a
11 ment, fighting not for future and militant Negroes fled the
p.m. Leading Knight of the leading operatic tenor in Italy, change but for results here and rural South, leaving colored
Also, the Bathing Beauty and Grand Lodge; Joseph F. Sim Germany, Switzerland, Czecho- now. communities without aggros--
Talent contest Aug. 28 at 8 mons, Grand Secretary: Mrs. slovakit and Hungary. Bagdlklan's article, "Negro sive leadership.
p.m.; Coronation ceremony for Buena V. Kelly of Norfolk, Va., After coming to this country Youth's New March on Dixie," "Today. Bagdiklan comments .
the Grand Daughter on Wed. secretary of Grand Temple; Mrs. 16 years ago, he opened his notes that the lOGO battlegroundwas "the most vigorous young:
nesday Aug. 29; Grand Temple Isabelle Hyder of Philadelphia, voice studio In New York, the lunch counters. In 10Jl Negroes are pouring back to
Pageant on Aug. 29; Achieve- Grand Daughter treasurer; teaching various stars of opera It was Freedom Rides on l/uscs. 'Dixie, and what once was
ment Award Dinner on Thurs- Judge Perry B. Jackson of and Broadway. Then he accepted "From 1962 onward it will bo enough to suppress Negro protect -
day, Aug. 30 in the Grand Ball Cleveland Grand Treasurer. a position as head of the the ballot box and in this their I only invites more f Into
opera and voice department of march with a massive army battle
St. Louis Institute of Music,
which he held for ten years. He
City Cracks Down On came to Miami five years ago
and teaches besides young tal.

Crowded Apartment Buildings j I club ented professional singers students career, performing aspiring, also night for in a SCHOOL SUPPLIESSchool

The three-story building at "I had mortgage payments to I some of the great hotels of the

1540 NW 1st place is reportedto meet and I couldn't rent the 2. Beach. Bags Brief Cases Binders
bedroom apartment. There I He is instructor of the University !.
violate the new density law
was stuck and I had to do
of Miami Musical
passed by the city. something about''' it." Class in the Evening Division Notebooks Paper Pens PencilsYOU

I and director of the Unlver.
The report said that where
six apartments are allowed, sity of Miami Musical Comedy -
there are 12. VOTER PUSHLAUNCHED Singers. Mr. Valda accepts for
training a limited number of
The zoning Inspector said IN beginners for private lessons, COMMUNITY DRUG
that the changes were made after for one of his Saturday voice
final city inspection with ORLANDOORLANDO Talented teenagers can apply
the help of "bootleg" plumbing.The The Orange classes. To arrange an interview 6750 N.W. 15th Ave. OX 1.7515
Countv Non-Parthan Roglstra- call Mr. Valda's studio, HI
building is owned bv 1'on Committee (Orlando) was G-5115.
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Mrs. Mattie Carey, 2273 NW formed this week with 250: volint -
65th St., who said she had It
remodeled because her tenantscouldn't er V.OHCCM. _...__._--_.. _._-
They will &eek h expand the
afford the two-bed 'Mvsent number of 4.fJOO r gls-
room two-bath units, which ?ered Negro V'.4. There/ r e
were renting at $28 a week (9,435 non-wnlt.s! in the county,
plus utilities. She was not riost of whom are Negro here
aware she was violating the ro 224,105whitrs.
law she said. The com.u'ttc'j will! he as if\e. nk

City Building Director R. E. !d by \\". C Pitiin: N'AAHntcr I IL
Ferensik said the city will off / reRistvn'Jon specialist
daily notify Mrs. Carey that
her building is in vlolaton and Iy I-
require her to restore it to its St. Stephen Day -
=1 I
original condition. No other Center
action is planned, he said.
1781 NW 73rd Street ....
An apartment that originally Registration for the St. Stephen
rented for $28 per week after Day Care Center will beln fYe
the change brought $32 a week$17.50 .August 27. Rates by the
- for a one-bedroom week $&.00. by the day 125.:
apartment, and $15.50 for an efficiency Hot lunches, and pickup ser
vice. For further information

Mrs. Carey is reported to Cast.PLSt8ephn will officially
have said: open S'pt.4... "Splendid care VWD C&RS Of* a

and supervision" is our motto. .
n r! I ,ttnW! t w' e 7XAa ,
NLY.F4MLN'ry f

Announces the opening of his office for the practice of
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i. &&& a&&&& daughter, Barbara, and Taws
; .. aa && & .&&. imf Elston Davis, daughter, Regina
and niece Maria were
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Personal mention
r ; : : I visitors to Nassau where they
.' .V.r'r't. **M wly ww 1 .'"". 'were guests at the Olympia hot
-.&iSlaii4&44,4Miss t. il--t"tir L ,.... .
Atnnn and ..... "
if1; ; Edward Davis J. '.1
Patricia Thomas of Nassau ,
Bahamas Is vacationing' \ "'.

our city.of Mrs.While Hazel here Grant.she Is th' & SUNDAY
1IAhl Omie at 6740 N.W.;: 15th Ate .;;=rhone OX 1.0421 OPEN .
ttmnrb at 1112 X.W. Third Are<< Miami Florida-Phone FR 8223
The Rev. and Mrs. 'w 11fam .. We' have
II. 12. SICISMUND HEKVES Editor and Publhhrr Savoy have returned from 'a Drive by 'the e .home*. Look'for.our. ign
tJAUTH C. KKmKS Managing EditorSUUSCHIPTIOX month's vacation spent in Detroit over 300 .homes to chooae :from. We help you with
Columbia : .
>> Cleveland, and "
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p .
the financing.
.'. s' ONE ,oK.'1& $).00 SIX .MONTHS 3.0O _. FOREIGN 6.0U Ohio.They went by automomle anJ
enjoyable trip. 1-3085 NW 69th Street J77-57 month
a very
Member of the Associated Publishers Negro Prt Association report The Rev. Savoy is the pastor CBS home. Partly 'furnished,': .Corner.
National Newspaper 3-bedroom
Mrtnbrr of he
,,, of the Grace Presbyterian .
"", Church. lot 88 x 100.

t WELCOMELast 2-825 NW'52nd Street $995 down
week the Florida* Flash, another newspaper was Dr. and Mrs. Cleveland Eneas CBS' home with a fenced yaVd. Move
born in Miami.: It is edited by John H. \Davis: proprietor of and two children Judson last 2Jbedroom
the Davis Printery. The 16-page weekly is neatly printed Thursday A ? eta motored from New to Miami York en- ,.right in. No qualifying.

and its format pleasing.The route to.Nassau after a month's 3-769 NW 50th.Street $400 down
Miami Times extends congratulations and a vacation. They spent a week in FHA term
Miami as guests of Dr. William 3-bedroom, large home. ,
hope for the success of the Flash. Patterson before boarding the
= NW 50th Street $300
RENEWALNow s.s. Florida for Nassau. 4 1177
URBAN 'Real large CBS home. Near school and buses.

that Metro manager's resignation has been Ivan (Loco) Rolle. well down
withdrawn and there Is goodwill between the commissioners known Mlamlan will be with 5-4111 NW 55th Terrace $400

and Manager McNayr, Metro will be turning its atten- the that Cozy musical Cole group Ensemble leave when New ;Nice CBS 2-bedroom home.

tion +to other important matters. Among them will be the York for a tour of Africa 6-:2129 NW 49th Street f$350 down

Urban Renewal program.So comes October 1. ((3148 NWI 56th Street See these brand new 3.bedroom -

interested in this program, the City Commissioners Cyrus Jollivette son of Mrs. CBS homes. Move right in. No qualify.
believing that Metro is moving too slowly are planningto Frances Jollivette returned to <
ask the voters at the general election on November 6 Miami on Sunday after spend- tng.

to give them power to carry out the city's own renewal I and nj ten New weeks Jersey.In While New there York hewas 7""::3105 NW 47th Street $100 down

program. They say the power will not be used unless a Cotmselorintraining at '3bedroom. A handyman's special i
Metro fails to move ahead with the renewal program. YMCA Camp Greensklll in

This has irked Metro Attorney Darrey Davis who lelegate lugenot,from N.Y. the and Florida also was National a- 8-, 1928 NW 59th Street $75 down $75 month

calls 'the city's action ridiculous. Conference of Christians 9-43071 Plaza St., Coconut Grove. 3-bedroom home
Davis said the county was moving as fast' as possibleand and Jews Inter-group Youth 1
Federal officials were happy with its progress. Council Institute' to held a Brotherhood at Camp Youth Kitta- /.'$20 week.

The City of Miami is a part of Metro and it seems to tinny, N.J. ,," .e .
that the two should always be working as a unit, especially -
us Mrs. Emerald M. Gardner We will pick to! see these homes. Call us.
so for urban renewal, and not thinking in terms returned you up
from Atlanta via North-
of separate action. west Airlines, where she at- We are open every day 'til 8 p.m.
tended the funeral of her
REAPPORTIONMENTThe iughter-in-law, Mrs. Bernice
abriel Murray, the wife of herm Ford Realty Inc.
Florida's Legis-
reappointinment plan passed by : Earl S. Murray, who rev
lature at a special session last month giving us 135 representatives 91des in Atlanta. ,
the House and 46 Senators was given approval ;
in 7.2559
She was accompanied by her 5i9 N.W. 54th Street.: PL
on Wednesday by three U. S. Circuit judges after d aughters, Mrs. Valdez M. Mury '
considering the case in Miami. They are: Warren L. Jones, + and Mrs. Lorraine M. Rolle. ,
., .. .. ,. ,. .. .. 'N'.YY' 'N .'''.'''. .''''''::.
William A. McKay: and David W. Dyer. k.1, .:..;:..:;.:_..t__:........ ... ... :!: ;.e;" "' "-',...1' YryrWr_ .,. Yr NVYI' .yYr..Y/..;!.YIYYryYr.YIY'p'YNY.. .... ..... ..G.d.G.G.r.! !..... '
be placed on the ballot November 1'r' _'"_-n_. .._......_./L .". .". .*..OOOOh..U..U.*....".itM;....,!,.,,,, ,. The ruling must now 1- : ;
6 at the! general election for: approval' by the voters ,U B
The plan gives the 12 l largest counties control of ths 1t

House, but the smaller counties* will control the Senate. n Lucky E Star Seafood & I

Under this plan Dade County will have 15 Housiseats 1

but only one Senator. .t:,4 1 ${
the plan brought by two Miam. \
The suit against was 1t Jh
attorneys, Richard H. Swarm and 'Pete Sobel. They pro. :i +
raise to urge voters to reject the apportionment plan ai ,n 1I Chicken Carry Out Shop ag

the election in November. ;::;
others objecting are Senator! Cliff Herrell 11 1 5ji:
Among .

and the Rep.House.George Hollahan< and;Earl' ..r Faircloth. v **", nomineesto ;" ,, .' t: ;Serving ;the finest Seafood and Chicken I

Governor Farris Bryant quite pleased the H
court's decision and thinks'the vo ers'will approve there.appo'r'tionment. : I! ,

While' South. Floridians- did.. not get" aa.'much as was| ) l : ..
1 i
it is. better I <.: Snack Bar Specialties
expected, and many are not satisfied,: certainly. a,< J .
deal than we now haVe In the Legislature, F J
have not as yet decided whether or"not we* will 3 ?lie

election.support We approving the court's decision at the general ,,1 1::] Chicken Box 69C Hot Dogs 19CHamburgers t


The long weekend holiday including Labor' Day is 1 22C Sodas 100 & 1501 rj
Crowds at F.
over. It was kept with the usual gusto. were :, :
Virginia Beach and other picnic places. Anglers went to
the Florida Keys and other spots. Still others visited rela- R1t

tives and friends in and out of tthe city. Many remaining ; Open 6\ a.m. for Breakfast u
at home enjoyed barbecue with family and friends wind : ; u

ing up the day at the movies.It's U{. 2 EGGS ANY STYLE : tilt. ,
just too bad hundreds of people lost their lives ) -*' u.
the holiday. ,1ti TOAST GRITS \ )
usual during
as : : yJt
fortunate enough to be employedwere i .
Tuesday those -" u
i::1t3 AND COFFEE 39c __ .
back the job.
on ;,, Jtan.
Labor Day was also the end of the holidays for our j; .: \ With !Bacon: 49c 59c I' n., ati t tI .
Sausage f
1t i
school children. On Tuesday they returned to their studies j I: | Jt
wad will keep going for five days a week until Nov+ 21. j 1t.: II k
Dade County schools will have an enrollment this ;
-' year of approximately 178,000. Of this number more 1! 1 1294 Northwest sC

than 18,000' are Cubans. B j 62nd Street
There will be 900 teachers, principals and other personnel

looking'after the children. !M C.
With the opening of schools this week Integration !t1t: "

E again becomes one of the ,main topics for discussion. i H+ "- -L-- YOUR 'PURCHASE FREE-IF YOU GET ,lip
f *
schools have begun integration : --
and it In has Florid taken several place with no incident This is ,as it' ti LUCKY STAR ON YOUR ,RECEIPT i:

should, be.the University of Florida in Gainesville seven :'ft-Ie ,' &
&' Negroes At were admitted. Campus student organizations : K3 CUP OF COFFEE FREE TO ANY CAB DRIVER M

have openly .advocated integration. That was a commendable : I '

thing to do and they deserve credit. .1 r L"'t. ,rn i

l Mrs. Gloria Braynon Robinson, THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA
''teacher of romance languagesat
BTW High School. Mrs. Robinson I SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1962 PAGE 5
.!- ..THIS ,and '. attended Talladega Col- ..--_----.-.----..-.-_
.;::1t;, ': leg and the Sorboane..Paris...
: '
., '; The others are graduates of building fund drive. 'I'h goalis
j' '! Howard $3COO Friends of
,.. '" :.'" University ,. '
('."I ec": 'WHAT- ,
.'.... .,..f..i.. ": '.' : ., J ) 'i' ti The whole family finds time Jacksonville,,are happy to know
> r I tp: volunteer leader\ &tlip services !5thAU htiJa. .now;'-a teacher at r,
By RUTH N. POLITE'u. ..... tp religious, ,civic and fraternal :JSltUngton Heights' Elem. He +
brings with hint rich back.
organizations the
,t""....." tI. ::11<" .'......,'. _1 ..... -l. Mn and Mrs. Braynon community.are owners ground in human' relations ami
and of A grocery supervision Douglas :Elementary .
: SCRAPBOOK, GEMS A storf/ cently held in Washington, D.C. store on tie corner of 17th St. School's loss was. Spec
for leathers.; 'Once upon a .time : Her stay was cut short by a and 5th' place. Congratulationsand ial Education's gain in" the service .
a weary teacher fell asleep, and telephone message ftfom President a boquet of hibiscuses to of Mrs. LUCRETM EVE
as she slept -she dreamed: a ,John, l'". Kennedy requesting all of yOU! She is now a teacher r of the
dream. A message had arrived her 'presence at the'' official I Homebound ChildS IC'Ome :to
that the Master was coming, signing of, the bill which mauu the fold!
and to her was appointed the the FREDERICK DOUGLAS PEOPLE: Mm. SI A M I E _
task of getting all the little HOME a National Shrine. This REECE, regional president of ('L UnH and \\1IKH1S TIIKV
children ready for his arrival. The National Ass'n of Colored Meet The Egelloc Civic, and
So shew arranged' them on ben. Women's Clubs, Inc. was here Social Club members will wend
ches n' tier-putting*, the completing' plans for the meet their way out to "Thlswilldo."
little white children in the ing to be held here at Hampton UJ301 N\V 19th Ave. in Opa-
front row nearest where the House in 1903 Using the locka Saturday evening, Sept. x
Master would stand, and then subject, "I Lift Mine Eyes To 8 Phyllis Wheatley Art and
came the little yellow and red ,1, The Teacher" RatM Joseph R. Social Club will meet Monday .
and brown children, and far Narot, delivered a stirring message evening! Sept. 10 at eight ---
back, on the farthest bench, ro to the Miami Council of I o'clock at the home of Mrs Linton Berrien in
the black children. Exceptional Children whichwas MARIE PRICE, 1888 NW 56th
When they were all arranged ;__ held at the University of St. First hostess of the club Organ RecitalLinton
she looked and looked It V V3r Miami RALPH RENICK:, year will be Mrs. CORRINE
did not seem quite 'right to her vice president in charge of ANTON to lUNK YDINKS. Berrien, well known
Why should the little black News, WTVJ and PRESTON Sept. 19 Is the date. Miamian and teacher of music
children be so far ? They COLLINS, South Florida Manager will appear in an organ: u-citm!
ought, perhaps, to away be on the Southern Dell Telephone \VE:))UlNU ANNIVERSARY at the Church of the Incarnation -
front bench. Co. spoke to the Guidance GREETINGS on Sunday, Sept. 10, at 5
are extended to
She started to rearrange Council Views The on Young"The Worker"Employer at Mr. and Mrs. ALFRED" SCOTT. p.m.Mr.. Berrien Is a graduate of

them, but Just as all was in iwlr the University of Miami on the I I Flsk University and was onetime
confusion, the children stirring same day PAMU conferred HAPPY lllimiDAY GREETINGS : accompanist for tl.l Fish
about, each trying to find his thf M.A. degree on DOUGLAS to Arthesa D. Hubert, Jubilee Singers. He \vn the
proper place, footsteps were DAVIS during the summer James Dean, Quentin North, recipient of several musical
heard, and lo! It was the Mas commencement exercises Sept. 1; Geraldine Allen, Barbara scholarships and Fellowships,
ter's tread, and He was coming Mrs. MADELENE PORTIER Sent. 2: Sadie one being the John Hay Whit.
before the children were ready. and ARTHESA D. HUBERT O'Neal, Mary L. :Moss, Shantel ney Fellowship ((1053-51 at ColumUia -
gave a farewell party In honorof D. Mahoney, Sept. 3; Mayme E. University lie resided
Overcome with shame and historical event took place Wed their sister Mrs. THERESA Williams Samuel C. Jones,; In New York where he taught
confusion, she hung her head. nesday morning, ,Sept. 5, "at 0:45: G1LBOURNE who lives in New Mal/le Rogers, Sept. 4; Virlyn music in the public school system
To think that the task entrusted in the official chambers of the Jersey The RUDOLPH Curry, Irving Lieberman, Sept. for a period of time. He returned
to her had not been accomplished President. The pen used In doc PULLOMS were the 1962 hostsof 6; David McGhee, Hattie W. to Miami recently and
in time! So she stood I umenting this l bill was given to I their annual family reunion. Johnson, Sept. 0; Robin Byth- 18 continuing his musical career.
while the footsteps drew near Dr Gragg as a memento for,the I More than 30 members of the wood, Vivllora P. Galney Sept. Guest soloists on the piogium
er and nearer till finally they years of effort In making this family clan came from all partsof 7; Tee S. Greer Sr., Celia John. will be Mrs Judie Mahoney,
stopped beside her, and she "national memorial dream" the U.S. The 1963 reunion son, Sept. 8; Patricia Coachman, soprano and Tunmlu Terry
was obliged to look up. As she come true.FAMILY. will be held in Jacksonville Sept. 9; Bloneva Monroe, Llllle uji'itono, both students of Mr.
did so, and her eyes rested on I President of the local Real Estate P. Mosley, Sept 10; Thelma Berrien.
the children, all shades of color Board, J. A. SUMMONS, Jones, Ethel Hamilton, Archi- Donation, adults 100. Children -
and difference had vanished I made an informative report on I Uald O. Carey, Gussie Smart under 12 00 cents.
the little children In the Mas the sessions held In Dallas, Tex. Sept. 11; Estella M. Williams, Sponsored by the Sacred
ter's all alike! : at the national Heart Chapter of the
presence were J. BRAYNON SR., 1160 meeting Thelma King, Sept. 12; Willie Episcopal
NW 55th Terr., have been residents Atty..the first O. E. GRAVES directed Jeff Dozier, Mildred M, Clarke, churchwomen
part of a seminar Eva Hepburn, Sept. 13.
of the than
area for more I
DR. ROSA L. GRAGG 45 years. They are productA of which had to do with facets of own sunshine.
real estate transactions THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK:
Among the many Internationally the local school system. Thru
The Church of The Transfigura Most of the shadows of this life CONGIIATULATIONH
and best
known visitors In our town years they have, developed I
during the week was Dr. Gragg, a>family group of worthwhile tion, Episcopal, has launched its are caused by standing in our I wishes to the Florida Flash!!!
president of the National Association citizens; worthy of being spot. I .".;......................................................." ,..........................................................
of Colored Women's lighted with pride. Their child I ,...a...;:.i:....:.i:.. ;..........:.!!:...;!Jd..;:..t...:..::..,.:.::....:4...:w::w:;A::N:;?i: ='.: W: :;n::N:: ::U:::. ... ., .,? ...:f., .,_ .H,_ _.._ _._._ _.__._ _._.__ j.1
CluUi. Hampton House Invited ren are products of our envilonment. -
her here as their special guestto They are' Dr.. EdwardJ.
relax and rest from the aftermath Braynon, dentist; ''pr. Eajnor
of having steered to Braynon Gibson, pharmacist,
success the 33rd biennial and ana owner of Eddies Drugs;
GCth anniversary convention re Harold L. Braynon, lawyer;

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Binder. 55* to M tfi to :.D8

Notebook Fillers 5* to 98* Old 97 Bergamont .''Hair. and the MARCHANAIRSPlus
Composition Book t& to &* Drawing 50* and 1M

Bleach and Glow Cream Tae All type of patent.medicine HIP SHAKING CHUBBY

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EVER,. __ .. __._. .....'u'. .......'_C LOS. "- .. ED... : s, '-._Prices.''': ',' Good thru September 8th Welter's AG Store -OnlyMcINTOSH :;:!L a
Neck Bones Jb 150 Chops Ib 35E

Chitterlings $1.89 Smoked Picnics 290

Pork Chops lb 590 Beef Liver Ib 330

Sliced Bacon Ib 390 OLEO 2T0

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or DELICIOUS dApples \ Frozen & Dairy
31b 39*
Sweet With$5.00 Order 2 for 890

Minute Maid
3 1b250Onions Peaches 4 for $1.00 Lemonade
104 :
31b 25 303 LIBBY'S
HEINZ Sweet Peas 5 for $1 1 SHURFRESH
Catsup 4 for $1.00 I.,- Biscuits 3250i
We Cash Payroll Checks jAtAliTimes 4HELLMAN'S 4 i 24 Hours A Day.
. 46'OZ'. ALOHAPineapple '
Mayonnaise "! ": 01. 49 Juice 4 for $1Vegetole

Prune SUNSWEET Juice Qt. 390 2 LBS sUNao Shortening..... 59

MAXWELL HOUSE Apple or Grape Jelly 291
InstantCream Coffee 10 oz. 990
303 LIBBY'S Kleenex 400 25Libby's

Corn 6 for $1.00 Vienna Sausage 4 oz. 3 for 59'E :

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:: ::v- -l 7 : .. -- Successful Pre Bethune Teachers

Buses R. MOTON planning at RainbowDuring Have Nice VacationThe
W Fannin principal

Pub. Chairman the week of August entire Bethuneamlly
R. Moton family began 27 the Rainbow Park Elementary was very happy to be together
work In a grand man School had a successful preschool .
The Metro with a detailed planning period. The again after a pleasant vacation.
has sent to each following are highlights of the The following teachers studied
board the principal prior week: this summer: Doris P. Blunt
of 10 cents of school; there Hazel V. Cunningham Gloria
benefits and wasted In planning On Monday the teachers were! L. Green, Martha M. McKenzle,
effect school year. greeted by the principal, Mrs.R. Rlllse R. Reed, Svlvla E. Rolle',
to MTA principal further ce- L. Fortson, and the curricu Gwendolyn H. Welters, EugeniaJ.
vio Cuevas. hearty welcome ex lum assistant, H. Day. At 10 Williams and Willie Wright.
by treating; us to a a.m. the teachers assembled In The following teachers took va-
The 10c luncheon prepared the library for Dr. Joe Hall'smessage. vatlons: Barbara H. Allen, Ers-
continuation by our cafeteria staff After the telecast lyn F. Anders, Evelyn R. Best,
adopted by day of school. there was a discussion on the Clifford Dyes, Christine Hammock
ity this past concern is the message ledby James Williams Lucia A. Harris, FlossieE.
to afford of the curricu semester. Hawkins, Lois S. Hicks,
night at a areas. With this in The special project for the Mary T. Hopkins, Melba C.
County were set up will be In the area of read- James, Bernice T. Johnson,
The for work in all Ing. The theme Is "Reading the William McGee, Ann B. Rivers,
Stairway to Success." Elliott J. Scavella, Myrtis E.
fares sought, d with our already On Tuesday all the teachers Thomas, JoAnne S. Walker,
states program here at who had attended summer Evelyn S. William, and Virgin-
child pays are now one of the school and summer workshop la Smith.
schools In Dad e shared their experiences. During
use public We are so happy to welcome
to his This program in the the afternoon each grade Norris Bob, the new physical
where." 1/3 under the direc group met and planned for the education Instructor. Mr. Bobb
L. Frierson who sewester. replaces Frank Woodard: who
Students one of our sixth The new teachers presented has been assigned to the guidance .
tered in any W. W. Mat a talent program on Wednesday.It staff at Booker T. Washington
Dade County superintendent was enjoyed by all. The new High Echool.
fare on any County Schools and teachers arc Mrs. Carrie Coins,
night seven County Director I a graduate of Florida A and M Our sincere sympathy is extended .
mer school Schools visited University, and Miss Beverly F, to Mrs. Susan B. Williams
ed to use und discussed the pro. Nixon, a graduate of Talladega and her family In the recent -
hours on Community School in College. passing; of one of their relatives

Students Idea was received Mrs. Marge Portler, arithmetic .
enthusiasm on the supervisor shared with us Eugene V. Kemp, father in-
entire faculty. new methods and understandings law of Mrs. Bernice D. Kemp,
to our faculty of the new arithmetic program visited with the faculty on last
Dugie's : William Dudley 4th and objectives.A Thursday. It certainly was a
; Thomasina McKay. Mrs. 0. McQueen; pleasure having him with us
The house and Miss Willie Bed parent, for a short while.
( ) I will work in the ca I and a student, Lazette Johnson,
I maternity leave cov and teachers gave panel discussion The first PTA meeting of the
Seeing : 'Working Together For school year will be held Tues
See us I line of obtaining ad- Better Schools" on Thursday, day, Sept. 18 at 8 p.m. All parents -
knowledge through and friends are invited to
On Friday, T. Jones from the
Jamaica following members of attend.
attendance department (gave u
matriculated for I talk on the register and the case Members of the Public Relations
2941 NW : Ella G. Williams, I study card 'ihe following per. Committee who will be
& University; Mrs. sons: H. Day, Mrs. It. Sands, reporting school news this
Turner, University' of Mrs C. Owens W. Nelson, Mrs. Jacqueline H. Crosby,
; Mrs. Verde Long,' ,Ft. E. ,Stevenson:: and Mrs. R. Miller Melba C. James, Bernice D.
College and we gave a panel discussion on Kemp, Elliott J. Scavella, Ar-
Mrs. Alma P. Keener "Improving Instruction. thurine Strapp and Gwendolyn
Sabbatical leave. She H. Welters chairman.
TV a year at East Wash Under the guidance of o u r
University, Spo principal we expect to advance .
w: and received m all areas mentally, socially -
( degree in Elemen and physically Miami Times Ads
Twisters'R These persons Mrs. R. L. Fortson, principal;
helpful ideas and Willie Nelson and S. Frank Mc. Get Fast Results
Sales on ] to share with us. Koy, reporters.
to our physical
a newly con.
)) for ease handicapped In admit. POITIER'S' DAY NURSERY

) the classroom; a new AND KINDERGARTENPick
923 N.W. system in the cafeto-
painting of all up and delivery service
and corridors and a
area. Hot meals I are served dally

renovations and Hour 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
resource ma
for a real "banner
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Owner at 1440 NW 59th Street

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( 75 x 100 LOT FOR HALE

Build on your lot no money down

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The before in the history
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the God truth has like sent him.him to INVEST IN SUNNY MIDETHOUSANDS I I I

a great message
through the west COLLIER COUNTY
parts of Georgia. The ,
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PACE 8 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1962 fight. Powell says awesome
more fear for the once CLYDE KILLENS'KNIGHT
Southern! Georgia cracker.

Mlain1 latest venture to the
field of integrated recreationhas BEAT
its backers smiling. Most
people thought It wouldn't work
when an integrated bowling alley -
was opened on 36th St. at TOMORROW'
20th Ave. But when I droppedin ,
on Wednesday night all 14 SUNDAY SEPT. 7-8-9
Whites occupied ,
alleys were
.. ...
eight lanes and Negroes --" -'f
bowled on the other six. It '.. ,:f"'. iI'> > \
P Y made everybody feel good to ,\ ," 1r ""
see it work so well. :" 'i:
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___ Baptist ministers, delegatesand 4'; .
nn Sun-
friends left Miami on
President George Gore, ,Jake Richard Powell, one of the day night for the Baptist National Y 'i;
Gaither, Chuck Smith and WilLiam top NAACP figures in the state Convention Itelng held in '" : "
Foster will tte in town has just returned from Albany Chicago. They left by special ili"- ,j'
Monday for the initial meetingof Ga., where he checked progressof train. Ministers and delegates :
the Orange Blossom Classic the njpvement there. Powell from other cities Joined them. r '
.f '{
Committee. The gettogether will
be at the Miami Colonial Hotel
National Brewing Co. will MORE COMING ATTRACTIONSAt
introduce a new concept In the I ,
dispensing of draft beer on
Monday. An elbow bender at Clyde Killens'KNIGHT
Regal Brewery on Friday will
kickoff the innovation.The .

job of heading up a BEATBO E

team of assistant attorney ge-n
erals to get the goods on team.
ster czar Jimmy Hoffa has fallen -
on a young Negro attorney &
-Smith from Lake DIDDLY HIS BAND
land. Smith attended FAMU
and graduated from the Univ. September 28 29 30
of Washington in Seattle. He
has four white assistants to help 7r
get the job done.Everyone IV 55 :; :; ::

-- excited Little Eva Oct. 19-20-21 4
is getting all

because Rep. Adam Clayton ; :: .
Powell is making an ultra
deluxe tour of Europe at tax- RAY CHARLES SAT. OCT. 27
payers expense with beautiful TOMMY KNIGHTAtlantic
Corrine Huff and blonde Tamara -
Wall, two of his secretaries. MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM Artist
Congressman have been enjoy.
ing these junkets for years. So I "The Little Jackie Wilson" If ytiu like Jackie
what's wrong with the chair love him
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man of House Education and .
t ". ,:"",,\"I1, l" Y:1
Labor Committee doing the ",'P\;? <.'\> .:{ .J
? 9 ,} : m :;; 'gyp'
same : FINEST SELECTION IN MIAMI 11'rt.: : '
f' \:
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Thomas 'Slim" Bannister entered ; .
his protege', Eileen Car. ,'" '
ter, who is a member of the I LOVELY HOMES OPEN
U. S. Lawn
Ass'n in the I
18 and over ladies singles in the C k
Miami Beach Annual Tennis Low, Low Down Payments ,
Tournament last week at Flamingo : j jf
Park. Miss Carter lost EZ TERMS 1 LESS THAN RENT ;
her match but the move is a '
good one in encouraging local 1016 NW 43rd StreetPool ', a a $ c tennis
Most of '
high schools aspirants.have recently our Yes sir, beet the heatll!! Lovely CBS home with ';"'

formed tennis teams and we huge Fla. room, garage, a, large filtered pool. Only ,: ..tri
hope the kids will get some $450 total down payment. No extra. Hurry! Will be w
sold today. $15,000 total price. _

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3-bedroom beauty. Best area. Hardwood floors, tile
Frr roof, carporte, 75 ft. lot. $13,500. $450 down. f

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$350 total down payment buys a sweetheart of a "Locomotion" Plus many other hits

home. Hardwood floors. Carpet, Fla. room, spotless PLUS AN ALL-STAR SHOW
inside. $10,800 total price.
n 1h ,1 Admission! Friday & Sunday $1.25-Saturday $1.50

0- ALL TABLES FREE Except Ringside
1355 NW 44th
Street ... _.
lWw X>-> i-""-" - -..- -.. -_*
$63 per month. Yes $63 per month! Lovely CBS

home, hardwood floors, best area. $11,000, $500 COMING COMING
n dlown includes closing cost.

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833 NW 75th Street ;: _

3 bedrooms CBS hardwood floors. $350 down, $72
I per month. No closing costs. Low taxes.
In New LocationMiss *Y n na
is ay.

Teareatha Rowe, formerly '
on Eloulse Beauty Salon 656 7528 NW llth AvenueMust :

NW 17th St. Is now located at see this! 3 bedroom, 2 baths, circular Fla. Cam
Modernistic Beauty Shop, 1966 room,
NW 3rd Ave. Miss Rowe specia: wood paneled walls, fence, fruit trees, privacy. $995
lizes in all modern down. Move right in No a
hair stylingand waiting. $12,900 total. 4' r'' yr
weaving, etc. For appointment 4 "'1 <
telephone FR 3-6725. ---0

New Home SectionSee :

7 Negroes at UF, our model at 745 NW 46th St. Beside comparison

3 :At FSU for $16,900. We have many lots in best area to :
choose from. EZ terms See today at
Continued from page 1
a with a Gainesville woman. 745 NW 46th Street
Both male students are liv
ing offcampus.At '. .
' At Florida State University:
Maxwell G. Courtney of Tallahassee -
enrolled as a freshman, NEWS REALTYThe
the first Negro to do so. Marcus
) H. Boulware of Tallahassee and

Maxine A. Thurston of Fernan- ( Broker That. Works For You) ,
dlna Beach enrolled
as graduate
' students, one in speech ther- 4600 NW '7th Ave. PL 4-0655
aphy and the other in social (Open Sunday)

live work.on None campus.of the three will : GLORIA LYNN Sept. 14 15 16THE

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Barber Joins Bombers
And Calanthes Meet I SATURDAY,, SEPTEMBER 8,,,"1962. PAGEy.,QII '

TheYe. was 5: deputy 'meeting -
on, August 28 at the homa of
From Canadian League Mrs. Harris. Those presentSU":: : Alpha eetingAlpha \' .".TO WORKING MOTIITR ",'
sla : Belle and Mrs. MalU- II Greater<< St. JMarka, Klndejrgai*
Harris. We made.plans for
: :' the Knights rind Calanthe to Phi' Alp ., frajernlty ten is Jiowr openJIg, meals
the recent catch; Hf del: ? qUarterback have more will/meet on Saturday'at 9 p.m. transportation, rellgiofia
Elvin Dean's. a completeman Mrs. Harris programs also' Announcedthat together. at",ili) McAllister 'Hotel (Fla, cultural: training for yi5Jrchlla,! ;:

rf1 U bullseye now bac?)(.. he got his old Rose Sharon Court No. 23 Rdom), Biscayne lUvd/at Flag \ J. J9hnsdna334032,
.. "He's to help lot Is having a tea oh the fourth er.&ew brothers..invited to at. 0X,637. I. < i : :+ s2d,
.going us a Sunday in September. > : ,,820.-
with our passing attack", Klein, Chancellor Commander and tend. "., w'i
ex-Canadian campaign vice chancellor met Sunday j'
t er,, said. Sept 2 at 4 p.m. at the home 011>i : '
Barber played two years with Rev. Jesse Lloyd. C.C., of Orange ,
the Calgary Stampeders in Al- : NOTE B I
I Blossom Lodge Np. 16. : BLUE
bertha Washington Province Redskins then ,Joined this sea the Those present were: : ; -, :.
Sir ,
George T. Cash, past chair.
son but was too late to 'make
:4 t- the squad. The end man; Sir Walter L. Belle, chan ,,,,,,,"' N.W17th Ave. ",
lanky was :5211
man;. Sir II, C. Bowns, uecre- ; :
the team fastest but his man greatest on the value Calgary to tory; Sir Henry Smith, chaplain; .! ,
the locals were the years he Rev. Jesse Lloyd, treasurer; Sir ,V ,< GERRFS .
Eugene Brown Sgt. at arms. '
formed a one-two passing punch We also would like remindall I': : I
with Dean in high school and to BIRTHDAY PARTY
college. committee chairmen to get
to work. We were so glad to
"I played on the same team have the ladies out. Mrs. Maggie SATURDAY NITE, SEPT 8
with Elvin Booker T.
S. Cash,
grand worthy -
Washington and then againat counsellor, Mrs. Glenn and *r f
Florida A and M, Barber said. Mrs. Lloyd. .' .

.. .... __ In fact Dean's bullet-like pas Sir Walter L. Belle, CONFETTI
-- -- ----- '--'-- n. I sing got Barlter. on the Rattler deputy FREE HATS BALLOONS -
Bill Barber, a 204 pound, Gi-3 team. grand chancellor, preside officers
end of the Canadianpro Coach Jake Gaither ; Sir R. C. Bowns, chancel.
veteran was quickto
friends and have ball I It I
lor commander secretary. Bring your a
wars, joined the Miami notice that Barber was about
Bombers this week.,, the only man on the A and M LADIES ARE WELCOMEWE
Bomber Coach Chuck Klein team that could handle Dean's sitlJ 'ouanbunap qana 01 dI3t( UNESCORTED
couldn't hide his elation over high velocity aerials. is real action! This counts! ALWAYS HAVE FUN AT THE BLUE NOTE
I Sy Siflinger of Hampton
House Motel and Villas, cateredthe

-Photo Uy Johnson of Miami Our attractive barmaid, Gerri, will be happy to have

you join the celebration


h a y STARTS SUN. .:;'"' -t"r :




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1j' ; 5_' OX 1.7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St.

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3 Li- ._-----yra ._-'- .1 PLUS"SQUARE NOW SHOWING

public relations for tenants,
Hot Diggity DogsLet's owner and the management. JUNGLE"TONY

These kids enjoyed themselves CURTIS ,/ -
TwistOn tremendously. Such affairs also --i 8PrcC m" .-.r n.:. C y. ]
...a .. 1l: 6"VUJ.
Friday, August 31 this was
the scene on Sugar Hill at 71st I r Walt DiSI1P3PrtMft
and 72nd Sts., between 14th and ATTENTIONFamily 'ir .
15th aves., at the Markowitz's ..
apartments in Liberty City, : .. ....r
where the annual picnic, sponsored Clinic wishes to announce that
by Mr. and Mrs. Harry TECHNIC loa.,............-.....III'--
Markowitz for the children o
who live in these apartments, Dr. Murray Radin is no longer con 1'
was in progress.

There was no limit to the hot nected with the clinic. -SHoWN AT 8i55 ,
dogs and cold Pepsls, and some
of these kids were a long ways PLUS -.-
over the teenage<< range. Dr. Emanuel Orfas will continue to ,
Unioriuiiaieiy, i..4. Laurie-

Green City supervisor office, who of the enjoy LIberty : serve you as he has for''the past 8 years, at 1MCON BE E BARBARIANS OF THE SM1ii

delving into these picnics, was
not present due to slight illness. both clinics.
However, Bob Stover, the ace
collector for the Markowiu: :;:
properties worked his heart out Sane personal service with NEW LOW FEES
with the help of his caretakersand
many of the adult tenantsto Specializing in Reducing, Low Back Injuries and

make this affair the great General Practice
success it was.
Charles A. Lockhart, public LOCATIONS90S -
relations director for Bonded
Rental Agents, In hand rendering assistance for c
Bonded. Lockhart recommends .FR 9-5769 *"* 696-3801
this sort of thing ar very good

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All new shows on j'M
Falling The Stage! r

Every Wed. 9 p.m.






Only Kurasol can make this 1. And His Rocketeer -.;.DON MEGOWANEMMA'DANIEUSLYANA' PAMPANINI,

day guarantee. Rellpven Itchy k, With Songtational. Id h liamrMou_ s 1 woiw WM .* iei wrwj I
Little Kor -
scalp fast. Be rid of scalp

troubles with KURASOL. KITRA80L plus BIG TALENT CONTEST t SHOWN AT 7:10 A1ND 11:00

Is sold at drug stores $ $ $ CASH PRIZES $ $ $ t
and beauty shops. -A

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA I I I Rid Sharpshooters IHigh i 'School FootballScl1edule:

PACE 16 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1962 To Shoot RoundupAt "'c.tnnmNathaniel BOOKER T.

Alkln Hepburn, Coach
Powell, Coach

Miami Bombers Are Trail RangeKids Sept. 11-at Roosevelt Sept. 26-at Roosevelt
22- Nov,
who have never before 15-at NITS 20-Mlddleton -Ubert ,
21-at Mays 25-8t Lincoln 3-at Carver
fired a .22 rifle and Junior 28-at Dllfard Nov. Oct.
sharpshooters who score 393 Oct. 3 at BTWG 5-at Blake 10-Mays
Loaded With Talent out of 400 will make up the N. Dade 16-Blanche Ely 12-Dlllard 17-N. Dade
; next contingent of Dan'l Boons 19-at Stanton 22-NHS
and Oaklies firing in two NORTHWESTERNJames
FIRST HOME GAME Rattlers, the Bombers can be matches (Sept. 8)) Saturday at Wanza, Coach
SEPTEMBER 15 expected to employ a varied of. Trail Glade Ranges.
19 at Roosevelt FREE EYE TEST
fense consisting of much pass More than 100 contestants
The Miami Bomlkrs, Miami'snew ing, deception and wide-open participated: in last month's 15-Carver 26-N. Dade
21-Blanche Ely28at
professional football team, football. Dean will be aided by Junior Rifle Roundup at the Middletoif'ov' Saturday Sept. 8
boasts an array of gridiron In the talent Scat-back Jimmy Stringer, 190 popular Dade County Park Oct. 2-at Jones
of which any coach pounder from the University of shooting range located on Ta-
9-at Dillard Liberty Square
nation can well be proud. Thereare Missouri, who runs the 100-yd. miami Trail at Krome Ave. intersection 5-Mays
stalwarts on the line as dash in 96, James Multimore, In the open class 12-Lincoln 22BTW
well as selected veterans of brilliant breakaway runner James Waugh was winner with MAYS men
the game In the backfield. The formerly of the Booker T. 393 while Richard DeVore cap
team presents a potential which Washington Tornadoes and Fla. ped second with 390. Diane
should develop into an organIzation A and M Rattlers in addition to Slinn was high girl with 382 Sept. 20-Jax'ville
of which all of Miami a number of other talented and Lorna Hogeland shot 335. 15-N. Dade Nov
and vicinity may boast with 21-Carvcr
much pride. backs. Tyro shooters are given instruction 28-at Riviera (3-DaniaAttucks( i
Open for Registrationat
Bill Careton, 270 lbs., and Tex prior to the matches Oct. 10-at BTW
FIRST HOME GAME which begin at 9 and last
Ferguson, 280. are only two of a.m. 6-at NITS Lakeshore
:Miami will Ret Its first opportunity the tackles who will take care until noon. Two matches are 12-at Lincoln 22-At Gibbs
to see its Bombers in action of the positions up front for held at each Roundup, one for New Hope Church
on Saturday night, Spt. 15 the Bombers. prone position and another for NORTH DADEBo 6610 N.W. 15th Ave.
in the Orange Bowl, when they sitting, kneeling standing, Arnold, Coach
take on the Jacksonville Beam General admission to the both on the, 50 foot range. FOR INFORMATIONOX
In their first home game. Game game is $2.00, reserved seats Sept. 20-Gibbs
time is 8:15: p.m. $3.00, students $1.00 and child Any youngster In Dade Coun- 15-Mays 26-at NHS 1-8832
is Rifle
ty eligible. amunitlon. 22-Lakeshore
ren under 12, 50 cents. Nov
DEAN AT TilE HELM pads and targets are issuedeveryone 29-At Lincoln _,
Piloted by Elvin Dean, former Tickets arenow on sale at for the $1.00 entry Oct 3-Blanche } Any day 10-12 or 4-6
All-Amerlcan quarterback from North's Travel Bureau, 1104 I fee for a single match. Two 4-At Carver 10-Attucks MRS. SCOTT
Jake Gaither's Florida A and M I NW 3rd ave. matches cost $1.50 entry fee. Pa 12-At Middleton 16-BTW
I rents are urged to attend and ]
assist newcomers on the line.
Novices must register prior to
I: Bunche Lanes News I 11 a.m. and will be given free In- NEW CUSTOM BUILT HOME
struction prior to shooting at

charge and keeps the little ones 12 noon. Low down payment Low monthly payments

Sixty ladies bowled last Tues- entertained and happy. I Shooters are matched in relays SEVERAL MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM
day night at Bunche Lanes. upon experience and en-
The enthusiasm and sportsman- tries may be made in person All 3-bedrooms and 2 full bath rooms
ship shown was certainly grati- Over heard a young lady say, mail or telephone at TrailGlade
had "My husband bowls at Bunch Open Sunday 2 to 6 p.m.
fying and everybody a Ranges, FOB 44-157, Miami
good time. Oneida Kansman. of Lanes on Thursday night, my Fla.! Tel. 2261823. In Beautiful Richmond Heights
bowls with the Junior
Clover Leaf Lanes, who volunteered son
her services to give In- League on Saturday morningsand 14970 Thru 15100 Flllmore Street
structions, was pleased at I bowl on Tuesday nights.
AGENT 750-5221
the response. The Didn't I tell you its good for LADISLAO VAIDA
their shoes and instruction the entire family? DAYS 667-6984 NIGHTS UN 5-8728

free. Charles Winneker, one of our Teacher of Singers
There are three generationsof volunteer instructors, when ask

ladies bowling on Tuesday I ed why he was late Tuesday former leading European .....II.I..... M..rrV.M rrFE.M .V....
night a grandmother, Mrs. night said, "I've got to makea !
Willa Bryant+ her daughter, living, don't I?" Charlie is in opera-snger, presently University
Mrs. Agnes Terry and her the insurance business, if you of Miami Musical BAKER'S FAMOUS CORNER
granddaughter, Angela Terry. are interested. Comedy Class director, accepts -
Bowling is fun for all ages. Latest Silver 'Dollar Scores: talented students for 6901' NW 15th Ave.

Gloria a visitor from Leon Sampson 234; Delores training in opera musical
JaCkSoniI ed a 196 last Taylor 202. comedy or popular singing. OPEN 7 A.M. TIL 5 A.M.
week. Good bowling In any Special voice classes for

town. Beauty Salon teen-agers. "PACKAGE GOODIES AND FOOD"

The women's Wednesday Call HI 6-0115 A Cool Spot Where You Enjoy Yourself
night league closed the sum FOR SALE
mer season with a banquet in
the Bunche Lounge. The trophies to arrange interview CONRAD AND CAROLYN FARMER, PROFS.rtl .
4-booth salon
were awarded Juanita
\ Goff for high average; Sue Worthy Centrally located in 11II11 a I 1U rrnvrrrrnvrrrgyrrnrnm n t n 11.*..
for high average; Sue Wor-
for sale II. ----
Downtown --
area, -----
Phillips for high score. The
Pampered Poodle team was the Doing good business. Reasonable -
league champions.
price. Good
oppor- -
Calling all men The Men's tunity for right person. ,

Travelling Sunday at League 4 pan at will Bunche meet Phone FR 4-9189 I Central Air Conditioning and 'Central; Heat

Lanes. Al men with an average
of 160 or- more are ,Invited to

men.attend this meeting. Calling all ....., '. ....-.. JEWELERS'I JrI 1 ..- 3 Bedroom, 1 Bath CBS Home

Walter Down the first
bowling ball.In the drawing of AND
the Ball Club. If you want to
win a ball Inquire at the desk CLOCK REPAIRS

for further information. 40 Years In Busmen $16,950 $1,500 paymentX125 :

The nursery Is being used by All work guaranteedFR
mothers who want to bowl and 34)152
have to bring the children
Mrs. Evelyn Jackson is in, 303 N.W. 2nd A.eII Per Month Including
r... ) .. g pTt n.

H-nm'H'mmm Taxes and( |Insurance 11I11

Toddle Inn F;

OFFERS I I 2130 Northwest 64th Street

The best in pre-school training

The finest primary instruction ,2271 Northwest 63rd Street

Registration and Inspection of Facilities Daily

10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

RATES $7.00 PER WEEK Open for Inspection Sat. and Sun. 1-5 p.m.

Hot Lunches Insured Transportation
L Or Call For Appointment


I Why settle for less your child deserve the best

1 t) 3038 NW 48th Terrace NE 4-4308 SCHAFFNER HOMES NE 41863i

Mrs. I. B. Jackson Mosley, Owner Supervisor I

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BETHEL BAPTIST .... ._- ,.- ... .. ... .. < TRANSFIGURATIONFr.
Richmond Heights Elisha S. Clarke, Jr., Vicar
Rev. L. R. Ross, pastor .. !,"
Bettye Nolton, reporterOur ,,, On our sick list is Mrs. Alice
pastor, Rev. L. R. Ross, Harrison and Mrs. Marie Miller.
is attending the National Baptist Our prayers are asked for a
Convention which convenedIn speedy recovery.
Chicago this week. After the The Parish Council along
convention our pastor: and wife Cl with the vestry committee met
will embark on u well deserved at the vicarage making plans
vacation.Our to urdi for a church wide Captial fund
assistant pastor, Rev. :J. me drive. From this meeting the
Ferguson, is officiating duringthe following persons were chosen
absence. The services Sun- : for captains: Mesdames Thelma
day were good examples of his Adderly Elsie Baptiste, Alber-
capabilities in the field of the tha Johnson, Doris Johnson,
Jane Lewis, Marjorie Oliver,
ministry. : ST. BARNABAS W. M.
Bethel Baptist Church will Bishop Gregg To Mabel Rogers, Ruth Singleton,
observe Its annual Woman's T. C. Kelley, pastor Dedicate New Rev. E. A. Culmer pastor Lenora Taylor, Olive Pender
Day services on Sept. 23. The Mrs. Lea Gray, reporter Mrs. S. Daiwkims, reporter Clara Wilcox, Maude Moncur,
program is not completed as of Regular services were held St. Paul SundayOn led Marie Miller, and Aurientha
Morning worship was by Ware William Jackson, James
yet, however, our guest speakers Sunday with our pastor del v- I ;
the He preached from McLe nd d
pastor. Lucas, Crandell u n
will be Mrs. Laura Saun- :,ering a soul stirring fessage. Sunday, Sept. 9, the mem- Exodus 25th chapter and the Anthony Simon.
ders, curriculum assistant at It was so nice to see so manyof bership of St. Paul AME 22nd verse, theme "The First
R. R. Moton and Mrs. Margaret our members back from their Church will leave the spot of'' Token of Divine Fellowship.. These people have begun
Adams Instructor at Northwestern vacation. And everyone Is concentrating worship for many years and bles raising funds for their drive.
Everyone was spiritually
School. : on Woman's Day. Prayers and corporate com-
High many memories by no choice of
sed. Three Joined.
The missionaries held their their own but due ,to circumstances munion were given to them on
regular meeting Sunday with beyond their control. Our pastor is away on his va Sunday May God blesa them
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST with their new supervisor. M;s. Bishop S. L. Greene, the pre cation. We are praying much with sucess on this orlve.
1671 N. W. 68th Terr. 'iC.. Kelley presiding. siding bishop of the 11th Episcopal success for him in hopes that
Holy Communion was admin, District, will preach the he will enjoy his stay.
Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor) MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev
istered. The presiding elder dedication sermon at 3 p.m. and No. 1 choir furnished music
On last Sunday morning and will hold our 3rd quarterly con perform the dedication cere with their organist Mrs. Lillian E. M. Thomas, pastor
Sunday night the pastor delivered ference Friday night. All boards mony Refreshments will be Knowles. No. 1 ushers served. Phyllis Myers reporterAll
! two wonderful sermons and clubs are asked to have served.It Visitors are always welcome.ST. services on Sunday were
I and everyone really enjoyed 'their reports ready. is the desire of the pastor carried out on a high order.
, themselves. Rev. T. C, Kelley Jr., and The pastor rendered two great
The No. 1 and No. 2 choirswill MT. ZION AME CHURCH membership of the church to MARY'S W. M. messages.We .
render the music on this continue the fine spirit of unity Mrs. are praying for all our
Dorothy Major, reporter
Sunday. ', Rev. H E. Greene pastor and add much spiritual benefitto sick members to have a speedy
Rev H. V. Stuart, pastor
Don t forget to visit the sl and the shut-ins. I Sunday were well attended and they are moving. Sunday School will begin itt recovery.
Remember you are' always Amoved by all. I The public Is invited to Join 9:30: with John Dullard, super-
welcome to all. of our services. All services and members are the motorcade from St. Paul, intendent in charge. Morning
working hard to make our Wo- 1'Jth St. and 4th Ct. At 2:30: p.m. service at 11 o'clock; evening'
man's Day on the 2nd Sundayn the motorcade will be directed service at 7:30.::
October a success. Our pastor will be In charge.
by police patrol to the new
Mt. Zion's cornerstone will be The stewardess: board will observe
I I site at 19th Ave. and 51st Terr.
laid Sunday Sept. 9 at 3 p.m. Transportation is available to Sunday as Pew Rally
Metropolitan AME Churcn and Day with a program at four
those cars.
Rev. J. J. WilllaMs, pastor: pf o'clock. The public is invited.
A 1 founder of Mt. Zion will deliver THE INCARNATIONThe Monday, Sept. 10 the Male
the message. Everyone Is Invit. Chorus and Choir No. 2 will
N Vestry Committee and sponsor a Million Dollar Wed .
ed.Please visit the sick and shutin. heads of the various church organizations ding at 8 p.m. at the church in w ,
Our sick members are Jacob held a very Interesting behalf of woman's Day.
SERVIC Lucas, 2861 NW 47th St., meeting on Tuesday Our sympathy to, Bro. George
Mrs. Ruth Mack at home. evening. Junior Warden Ellis Farrington in his bereavementin
William Financial I the passing of his wife. r/
Pinder, Sr. GRACE PRESBYTERIAN Adderly presided. IB-
made and other
ports were ,
Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor .
business matters discussed.
Professional Piano 'Tuner This Sunday morning we will CHRISTIAN BAPTIST

And'' celebrate the Sacrament of Services on Sunday will be 1890 NW 47th Street
Repairer Baptism. The pastor thanks all as follows: Rev. Cleo pastor
members and visitors who Mass 11 service
Choral at a.m. Consecration will to
1935 N.W. 153rd St. helped to make our church Sunday School at 9:30: a.m. held at the Christian Baptist WE MAKE YOUR
worship and activities a success Evensong at 6 p.m. Church on Sunday at 3 p.m.
." Opa-Iocka. during the pastor's vacation. Arrangements are being made This service 4s being held While Mf.PICTURE wall
\ Let' us all look forward to for continuing the publication that the church might publicly you
Phone ,MU 8-3770 diligent and enjoyable work together of our weekly Church Bulletin.We declare Its setting apart and Only $1.00
during this church program are In need of two more its devotion to the service and DAVID JEWELERS
year. Sunday School teachers. Anyone worship of the Lord. 1188 N.W. 3rd Avenue
who would like to help us We are extending an Invitation Phone FR 4.1522
.. will please report to our sup- to all to be part and a wit
erintendent, Mrs. Eloise Outenor ness to this divine service.
the Rev. H. E. 8. Reeves.

Perry's: Debbie Playland
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Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor "Living Service for the
KindergartenYour Mrs. Christine Cherry, reporter
The No. 2 usher board will

will like it here have Its anniversary Sunday
evening and the Rev. Paul
They eat, sleep, play and learn well Freeman will be the speaker.
: NE 48315MRS. I' Won't you come and enjoy
4800 N.W. 24th St yourselves with this wonderful Living"a

W. O. PEIWY, SUPERVISOR I Tuesday night is still our
fountain of prayer night. Please ,
remember to pray for the a1Ck.l


Her. F. L. Johnson pastor

I Cox's Kindergarten was Mrs. Ruthle a Sunday success.M. Scott School We ,wish reporterThe picnic Jo I I Oscar L. Range Funeral Home ,

thank everyone for their coop. M. Athalle Range Owner N. Patrick
Range, Mgr.
eration to make it successful
Open For RegistrationThe We are enlarging our kinder 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue
garten. We have a well trained
staff to instruct the children, OX 1.0131 OX 1-4343

Cox's of Cox's Kindergarten, 1753 NW 4th Ct, pick up and delivery, and hot _
wish to thank the parents and, teachers for makingthe The men of the church are
swimming clinic a. success this summer. I asking the cooperation of all
Registration is now in progress for the fall; term members and friends to attend

For information call :FR 1.8488 or OX,:11834MR. the programs of Men's Day.and sales We In Invite behalf Central Life Insurance Co. of Florida

and MRS. W. O. COX, Owners you to worship with us this
Sunday and attend prayer meet
ing every Tuesday night at 18

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c., PAGE 12 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1962 I memory of our dear friend, John T. Hudson, Mlamlan-for "Mrs. Marian Albury;formerly
I more than 50 years, dledi.. In of Mlamlk' but now of 558 Halsey
: Para Villa Convalescent Home St., lyn, N.Y., died Thurs-
;,, r I following a brief illness. H J i p daylight* Survivors' include her

I survivors include \.$ brotherDavid husband, William, two daugh-
CARDS MEMORIALSCARD 9 :; rJr $ sister, Mrs. Harriet ties;Faustlna and Jennie and a
'Watsdn of Nassau; two niece son, Harold..: >
__ MesdameaElva..MaeJf, lJ and fc
Margarette Wilkes; a nephe\f,
OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANk : George Hudson, :several: .. ; ln-lawa! WdrrtanV Day t\;, .
Services w1ll'J be conducted I ? '," .' 'I '.
family of the late Acknowledging with profound Saturday, 2:30: p.m. at Mfc OH "
gratitude your many, vette Baptist Church, Rev. I., many kind expressions of sympathy Mickins, pastor. He will ,lie in '
M19 cards, letters, telegramsand t repose in the church from :'7, : .. a'rtaShahnot1TW{
flowers, in the recent a.m. Saturday.. Mr. resided High School instructor will/ .be
death of our' loved one. r at 1747 NW .5th Ave. the featured speaker at the
MRS ELLA DENNIS Woman's, Day program at St.
It Is the giving and receivingof Alvin Jackson of 80'Lincoln Peter's oh Sunday. Mrs. Vera

such acts that make life beautiful Ave., Opa-locka, died Sept. 2. Wilson. is, general chairman;
Services will be conducted Saturday Each: 11))member of:the Cathedral
Mesdames Verdie Morris, 2 p.m. in the Opa-locka is asked to donate: not less,than. ,
Mattie Jackson and family chapel. Rev E. Greene official. $10 on this Sunday <

ing. Surviving are hi-i: widow, This'( noneyris fpr: the general
Many ThanksMrs. Jeanette, two sons; father, Luth upkeep of the church and, rectory
er Jackson of Sacramento. Cal.. .
Bertha Adderley wishesto a brother, James. He will be
r thank her many friends and MR. NATHANIEL FORBES on view in the chapel from Friday The .Q.1e reporting the highestamount'

relatives, who were so kind to who passed away August 30, afternoon with burial in over $100 will be givena
roundtrip ticket to Nassau.
her during her recent Illness. 1940. Evergreen.
St. Peter's
Sincere appreciation to Rev. H. It has been 1C years since expects everyoneto
do his duty toward this ef-
; .: V. Stuart and members of St. you left us, and it seems like fort. A
spicy program will be
Mary's W. M Church, officers yesterday."The Francis ,. rendered at 4 p.m. on Sept. 9
;: and members of the Usher dwellings of the Just MRS. VIRGINIA FARRING, when our donations'' 'will be accepted
Board No. 1 of St. Mary's and resound, .
the Usher's Union Associationfor With songs of victory' TON of 1436 NW 5th court died

their flowers, donations and For in! the midst thou Lord. art. at her home on Sept. 1. Funeral
,f found, services will be held on Saturday
.' continuing visitations. her Mrs.recuperation Adderley at is And bringest peace with thee." Sept. 8 at Greater Bethel Open Sunday 1 to 5 p.m.
AME Church at 3 with
ASBURY CARMICHAELwho her home, 400 NW 17th St. Again HIS FRIENDS Rev. S. A. Cousin p.m.officiating. Bedroom 1 Bath
departed this life August thanks a million, and may God Remains will be on view at her %
20 wish to thank and express continue to bless and guide home CBS
beginning 7
their sincere appreciation to YOU individually and collective p.m. on Fri
DEA THS day. include her hus-
our many friends and neighborsfor ly. hand, George; two daughters, $400 down $77.98 month
flowers, cards and food and Mrs. Catherine Smith.

all other shown kind during gestures our of hourof sympathy IN MEMORIAM Louise Stewart; two and sons,Mrs.Albion NO CLOSING COSTS
Range and Robert
bereavement. Our In Farrington; 1844 NW 47th st. This Is
special loving memory of :our two sisters, Mrs. Ophelia' Sea- a very
thanks to Rev. P. S. Brown, dear wife, DANIEL JOHNSON, 2NJ1 vella and Mrs. Olive Johnson. good buy. Total price only

pastor Church of Mt. Tabor Baptist .. _... ,..a, _.._....__ NW 166th St., was dead 'on ar- $10,100. Very large kitchen and
and Range Funeral i rivaly at Northshore Hospital l ,MRS, HANNAH SWEETING dining room, carport, garage,
Home. on August 31 He is survived of 2029 NW 49th St., died at, city water, sidewalks, good location
Mamie Carmichael, wife by his wife, Beatrice, two Kendall Hospital 2. to school, bus and shop-
on Sept.
Leona Brown, sister loos Mrs. Florence Ferguson ping. See Mr. Chris
L! ri daughters, Funeral services were held and let him
Victoria Faulkner, sister and Mrs. Ernestine Valdez Sept. 7 at the Church of God show you how you can own this
E. C. Blair, brother y one son, Julius, .a brother, N W 17th St. and 5th court. Sur on lovely home.
Herbert E. Johnson; two sisters, Phone MU
vivors include a son, Samuel, ,,,1.6031
IN MEMORIAMIn Mrs. Bessie Davis and Mrs. two granddaughters .
Mrs. Erma
Elizabeth Romer. Funeral Nights MU 1.7740
services Cilly and Mrs. Alice Carey.
sad but loving memory four i j were held Wednesday DICK
dear wife and daughter, S. Sept 5, at St. James A ME CLEO BYROM of 5926 SW BROOKS, Realtor

--- Church, Ward St., South Miami, died at
his home on Sept. 1. The body
as shipped to Cordele Ga.
died) suddenly Saturday, Sept) 1. wept 5 for final rites. Survivors, on Neatly Furnished
She 'is the daughter of Mr. and
include four
children ,wad oth- ROOMS
/ u k Mis. Jerry Lee Atwell. 2312 NW .!r i'datives.MRS. .
55th St Also surviving is a FOR RENT

j jI jI brother, Dallas Jerry, five sisters BLANCHE COLLINS,
# .tai Maid Service
Ella Patricia, Sheline, of 2J41 NW 74th St., died Sept
Teiresita, Yolanda and Devora; .,. 1<'11nNrs1 sprvlpoa will Ka haM Private Parking
her erandmothpr .Innlo Xfuo; Sept. '-10 -3' t ;
at llerten;
: : p.m. Fair Cars'iAnn's
.. 'u eril'servi
I 1 ;t.;! -- Singleton. s were Seventh Day Adventist Church

MRS. DIANA PINDER chapel.ueiu Tuesday, Sept. 4 in the with Elder; C. B. Rock, pastor, Guest House
officiating. Remains ,
who departed this life, September will lie In I

5, 1952. SAMUEL G. CLAIR, 6904 icpobc.ctjiuuii ui until the funeral cnapt'l Sunday time..'SurvI'ors ai- 344 N.W. 10th St.
May she rest in peace. NW lath -
ave., died
bimuay, Include FR 99155AND
s w, a. saM "The day Is, done' ., Its hour has Sept. 2. at his home. He is survived a friend; her Mrs. husband,
run, -: by' a daughter,. Mrs. Kr- iiiSiry' ALSO -
And Thou hast taken count of ma L. Givens; a son, Samuel, Lindsey'sGuest
all I Jr., two sisters Mrs.
The scanty triumphs grace hath Graham and Mrs. Eliza TYLER, House
: J. Stir- of 350 NW 22nd St. apt. 17 dleu

The won broken, vow, ,the frequentfall. grandchildren rup; a brother and, Arthur four ten nieces.dept 4.Mrs.Survivors include two 358 N. W. 10th St.
great Bertha Franklin
FR 1.9177
services upa-jocka and 'Mrs. Rowena
will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday rtooinson. of Columbia indf
Do more than pardon give us S.C. Arrangements
Sept. 8 from the S:. Peter's are Incomplete.
MRS. IRENE POTTIER' Joy, Airlcan Orthodox Church.
I -
And simple hearts without alloy SEE THE WORLD'S
who departed this life September AIRS MARGARET WIL
8, 1956. Sweet fear and sober liberty: EDGAR ROULHAC, 1807 NW LIAMS of 1353 NW 5th Ave., GREAT SPIRITUALAND
Gone but And simple hearts without allay: GOth St., died Sept 2 his
not forgotten. That b at cued Aug. 2a Funeral services PSYCHIC READER
only long to like
May she rest In peace. The Family $ home. He is survived Uy his were held at the chapel on Sept.

Milton Poitler, husband William Pinder Sr. husband wife Marie, two uaugnters, *. Survivors include her mother BISHOP HUNTER
Mrs. Marie Curry, mother Shirley and Belinda; two sons, three _brothers.
Edgar Jr., and Jerome his
IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn mother, Mrs. Lucy Roulhac of MRS. ETTA MAE OUTEN of It yon are nick or worried don't
Jacksonville, one sister and 569 fall to lee me today. Office boars
:5 NW ,8th St., died Aug.. 21
sad but loving memory .ofL sad but loving memory frf 'orothers. Funeral services will enroute to the hospital. Funeral daily 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday
I .our dear mother, be held at 4 p.m. Saturday from services were held in the chapel I I p.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday 11 a m.
the Jordan Grove Baptist on Sept 5. Survivors include to 8 p.m.

,. Church. ner husband, George, six child RBADINOH
ren, five sisters, four brothers,
L-- d MRS. ROSA LEE JONES, I i j .'1.00

better known as Rosa Leo St. Thomas M.B.*;
Lookup, 1844 NW 64th St. died op
Sunday, Sept. 2 at Jackson Hos Church TeaA JS
Ss pital. She is survived by her 5417 SW 17 Nt.N .

mother, Mrs. Georgia Harris a tea will be 'held Sunday afternoon N[ WESTHOLLYWOOD

daughter, Irma Francis, five at the home of Sister N
sons, Willie Louis, Cornelle. Llllie Mae Smith, 2191 NW 68th
rt Tommie Lee, Marvin and Earl Lane at 3:30: p.m. sponsored by
rr'' 1 (.X William; a sister, Mrs. Lilly liar-' members ,of St Thomas Mis FLA PROP. fllTNTfCIt
ris. Funeral 'services"will be sionary Baptist Church. The
held 'at 1 p.m. Saturday from, I Dixie Harmonizing Four Gospel
1 the St. James AME Church.ANGELA'CARTWRIGIIT Singers will appear Sunday at MIAMI TIMES ADSDON'T

ispinvitedhRevuW.i The public
died M. Daniels, PAY
-i Sept. 3. She is the,daughter of pastor. -

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cart' _._. ._---.._ -. -.-_.-. -.._ JlJW: ,....-.... "' ......"' .... .... .11["-...{J
wright, 1553 NE 151st Terr.-Also ..
surviving are a sister and two

1 brothers. Funeral services were SPECIAL SALE ON
held on Friday, Sept. 7 in the

chane). HPV.., F.1. .. Hlrka. iifflHtv.........
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tti1iU' Choir Robes and CapsBIG

MR. JOSEPH SEYMOURwho who departed this ,life September MRS. EDITU'NEWBOLD, Discount on all orders during September
departed this life 1125A: NW 5th
September 9, 1959. Ave. died Wed-
8, 1961. Gone, but not forgotten. nesday, Sept. 5. She is survivedby CALL OR COME IN AND SEE US
Gone, but not forgotten. Adam Carter, son ,two cousins, Mr...S' Edith; NORTON'S
1 May he rest In peace and Mary Carter Hamlett, Smith and Mrs. Inez,Smith one RELIGIOUS SUPPLY
light perpetual shine upon him. daughter uncle, Rev, Enoch Backford. 4421 N.W. 17th Avenue 63S7913tH '
.Agnes Seymour, wife : Kelclna Allen, Funeral services will be held at
And Family .. granddaughter 2 p.m. on Sept 10 in the'chapel,.


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.Classif ed" Key( '' '
: ",1' vvesr /, America f l "' --

.. .,. JOIN
t : J' : ,
: ) "I Southernmost Sawyer of New York': Samuel,
) t' ; ; City I
i ':. j. :.. : I CharleVanolJullua! of Key West; : n
FOR:RENT: J'T''j! I \E. PALMER .' > i.
; 'b two daughters Mrs.' 'Al
;;; ...' J. '" r .' } .1 ':. .' 'u '. '" I hrs.
3-ROQM HOUSE?, unfurnished,; .T'l,"'Iii >; ,"j i irFriends >" "' { I .I tan Ramsey and ) Debris,
; ptiB
Scotty of Key West; a step son
Elizabeth Stv died Aug.
$10 :weekly .E. fMcard: J&ental; :'and :citizens, 6f this Charles Mqrth of Miami, and
28 at. 'her residence. Funeral services
Agency,69 NW 8th St. Phone coidmunity',1are'sorry ,t6
learn An
.' step grand) children. aunt,
Fft 7.2D02._ ,.. vv> of,the death"' '.of Mrs. Mildred,Allen :' will be conducted Sunday, Mrs. Annie Saunders of Key
,. & well known mortician. Sept. 9 from Trinity Wesleyan
ROOM Cottages,,water furnlali.Pd. :. Sympathy extended. to< t h e Church 3 p.m. West. The Allen Funeral Home
S1 0 we, ,.
F.R290, :,''J :' tMrs. ,of Cornish Memorial AME r ; .
: .', /Consae to Pander. cellbrated -\' Church will officiate, .
ft. PICARbTteiltal The' will be view at .:Ai"
a other natal day Sept* body on {,
Agency 3. ", ," nMf the home 'p.m. Saturday The Dorsey High Class of '53
Rental knlibcttons: 'Prop.ert1'nIL"a ) \ 'I ''I" ; Survivors Include a husband, M r.
em"nt, ';tea) estate ,,1S' .Juliette Mclntosi; Rev' George W. Allen, two ,
daughter" of,Mr, and Mrs Osc tMcIntosh' daughters,. Mrs Helen Carey !J "
and Mrs. Violet 'Robinson ,of i ,
: the city for .
efficiencies. utilities ,ch6ol ;on.'Wednesday1. She will this city; six sons, Robert Paulof '. Saturday, September 8, 1962 '. ;
included $12.50 a week. 620 N.W'' attend 'st. Frances de Sales' New 'York, Henry Samuel, '
8th St. FR 72902. Henry Emerson of At 1712 NW 63rd Street
High in, Powhatan> Va. ,' and Phillip
Key West two brothers, SamuelW.
furnished rd8m ; be held In room 67 nt Northwestern High
NICE In will
A private Next meeting
Mr. Carey, Miami Rev. Corey of
home with twin ,and Mrs; Stanley Farleyand ;
Would like 2 quiet working beds.; two children of Washington North Carolina, a large num- School Call 6SXH>727 (McCloud) or 691-7090 (Mcl'heo) for
men bier of grand children and nieces
visiting her mother
1075 NW
or one man. St. further
6349654. Mrs. Florence Bain and other and nephews and cousins. The
relatives. Mrs. Farley is the Key West Undertaking Co. has information.'I.

TWO BEDROOM DUPLEX. I former Hortense Hannibal and charge of arrangements. IR .nn j a
Furnished or partly furnished. a graduate of Douglass High Rudolph (Rudy) Sawyer of -r zsy
1 bedroom apt. furnished. ] School, class of '52.. 215 Truman Ave., died in Monroe DR. JAMES T. ROSS
Adults or will take 1 child up' General Hospital Thursday
to three years. MU 10325.. DEATHS Aug. 30. Funeral services will: GENERAL PRACTICE GYNECOLOGIST OBSTETRICS
Mrs. Susan Elizabeth Allen, be held on Sept. 9 at 4 p.m. ANNOUNCES THE REMOVAL OF HIS
i FURNISHED bedroom house: from Trinity United PresbyterIan -
Irt rear NE 5-1950.$ Church, Rev. C. H. Richmond DOUGLAS ROAD CLINIC TO
HELP WANTED officiating.The .
LOVELY HOUSE. $20 per week, SECRETARY.shorthand Must know body will be on view at 3636 GRAND AVENUE COCONUT GROVE
Will sell to high class, people typing. Call at the Allen.Funeral Home Sat-
$50 down, balance WeeklyCan Christian Hospital. ,NE 5-0901 urday at 6 pm.. WHERE HE CAN BETTER 8ERVE YOU

pay the down payment' weekly. EXPERIENCED shoe shine Survivors are a wife, Mr*. Phone 448.2310
NE 4.5566.FURNISHED. Nanle B. Sawyer, ,two sisters
boy. 40% plus tips, elderly man ,
ROOM. PL preferred. Fri., Sat., Sun. Apply Mrs. Sarah Sands and Mrs. HOURS: 10 to 1:30 3:30: to G.OO 7 to 8:30
Call Master Shoe Shine Parlor, 1410 Florence Austin of New York;
7.6672, 727 NW 65th St. NW 62nd St. five brothers, Alfred and Geo.RECORDS I

2 STORES. Edison Center, 719 I p ,. -.. OJ""' ....,. ;r-... .. ". .., _
NW 62nd St. 14x85. $75 month.

month.721 NW Call 62nd MU St.5-1932.22x85, $140 CAL'S LOUNGE & RESTAURANTSERVING

modern bath and kitchen. In
quiet place. Call OX 1-4864. Discount Prices ----r Open 6 a.m. to 1 a.m.

4 rooms and bath, stove and
refrigerator furnished. Adults Come In or send for our latest listings Owned and operated by James H. Youngblood

only OX 620T2t1'BEDROOM UNITED TV & RADIO 6010 NW 22nd Ave. NE 3-9316

}; furnished duplex Edison 'Center
6265 N.W
7th Avenue S151
apt. Half block from Grandway,,
on bus lines. Can be seen Sat.. :-; -; : .

10-12( a.m. 1076 NW 54th St. $20 ......_. .... ..YTY.rrrrrwrr.... .... .. ._ ace QUQ
per week. WI 54857.

$18 WEEK. 3 bedroom unfurnished DR. MURRAY RADIN
large house, 2380 NW TV Free Service ChargeWITH

$13 WEEKLY. Partly furnished NEW CUNIC THIS AD
1-bedroom apt. Free gas and
water. 6039 NW 24th ave. HI Phone 374-1419 EDSUN TV
61266. At 1159 N.W. 3rd Ave.

ONE-BEDROOM corner duplex, Physical Theraphy Weight Reduction Obstetrics 5508 N.W. 17th Ave. 696.5748

796 NW 52n4 fife Nicely furnished. -
$22 Weekly. Utilities extra. Open daily 0 a.m. to 8 p.m. :Sunday 10 a.m. to 12 noon )REPAIRS 1 RENTALS -, SERVICE RECORDS CMt
NA children: or dogs. Phone .
757-9619 after 3:30: p.m. ,ff tr

bedroom Pri 1;
LARGE hous
I L' 1
i i n
vate ownerc, centrally located, I U>M"fcVt'fcWHhfcfc a*

14C5 ,N\V FOR 6tQ-;place.SALE PL 8-9537.", 'I Own Your Own Home Today Wise! Let Your Money

$9,005 totaL CBS 2bedroomdoll Why 'Should You;Pay Rent! I Work For You !

house. All tile bath. Fenced ,
yard, Fruit ,trees Largest! varados $50 Cash $25 Weekly $800 Down $16,500 Total.- $116 Mo. pay all
In mWi\. We roof..This 1 bedroom, 1 bath
No bath home plus
qualify. 2
has everything but.lug pay I $5,950 total buys yon a 2 bedroom home. 2 bedroom, No
all., $400 today. with separate entrance. One FHA mortgage.
anent $68 month 'nays ing, anyone can buy. See apt
down. 2001 NW 42nd St. Drive o cldslng oosts 1350 NW 45th Street.

hv Realtor then 2044 call NW me rWrtd A. Ben-Korl!;t. Kites, $700 down $99 month $1,000 'Down $16,500 Total payments to suit

PL 9-5533. Days OXrI-9372. 3 bedroom CBS, 1 bath, large rooms, stove and refrigerator. CBS 2 bedroom home plus 2 apartment., plus extra

$8,005'total $78 tonth. Completely No closing costs..In Manor Park area. Call lot available. No closing costs! 909 NW 76th Street.

air conditioned" awnings lot. trult! ;today. .f,1 .. $1,500 Down 2 bedrootm, tile bath each side duplex

trees: Only efrlgerator$300 down.WK Big lot, .. o furnishedCBS.! 1830 1832 NW 50th St. Noclosing

Florida Porch, open. See 1935 1 month all costs, No qualifying
down $79 pays
NW 47th Tprr. Call\ A. Ben.Korl $490 -
Traitor. 2644 NW 62nd St. Kites '1825 N.W. 41st STREET CBS 2 bedroom, tile bath, each side duplex. Corner

PL 9-5533. Days OX.1-9372. used as a duplex with a 1 bedroom. 1 bath lot. One side furnished. Take over owner's FHA. No
NW 2 bath home with car- J qualifying, no closing co.tI! 1001 51st St.
2 BEDROOM CBS. 1780 each side or a 2 ,bedroom,
Gad Terr. Reasonable term porte. Furnished! complete, fruit trees galore. Only $600 Down 3 bedroom, tile bath CBS. Carporte in

Call 754-0773. $9,500 total. Open'Sunday 1-5 p.m. A-1 condition. Take over payments. No qualifying.

IRON Mangier and refrigerator. o No closing costs. $11,000'total.; 6720 NW 28th Ave.

$".\.') each. KB 4-2885,2985 NW 4 Units --r $2,500 down $1,500 Down $6,900 total price. Pay off in 6Va

SJtfhTerr."HELP LIVE RENT FREE years. One mortgage. No balloon, no qualifying, no

WANTED. MALE 11 reef 2"bedroom furnished apartments. A separate closing costs. 1470 NW 46th Street.

:CITY SERVICE OF MIAMI CIVIL \\2 bedroom home for you. This property ts in tip top $350 Down. 3 bedroom CBS, tile bath. No qualifying,

'Competitive Exam For |condition. closing costs. $10,500 total price. 1361 NW 53rd
Dade County resident 1 year, Street.
'high school graduate. Full time will shoW bedroom furnished CBS. One FHA
these. We arrange $350 Down. 2
lifeguard experience may be I A friendly salesman you month all. No closing costs. 859
substituted for education. Year financing also. mortgage. $68 pays
for year, maximum suttUtution NW 77th StreetGunson
2 years Senior Red Cross LifeSaving
Certificate required r TRIO REALTY Inc.
Dade County Swimming Pool Realty

time Operators of application.Certificate Apply desired. before at-I 801 NW' 54th Street 561 NE 79th Street PL 4-1841

Sept. 25. Veterans bringS U. 'PL'9.8372 PL 9-5455 NE 5-8745
of discharge.
ctt1m1s apply. 3318 Pan .... ... ...r.. ...." ......."1..s:
, ro .man Drive,Dinner Key. I Ifo _

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In a way, I guess 1 sounded I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA
:, 'bitter, if I did sound bitter it *
I was because I was bitter, and PAGE 14 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1962
I1 think you would have been
,; too, under the same conditions.
S r I can blame myself for several
things. First I blame myself for Beauty Show And WorkClinic
W'my'tM MytyfAWtVY w accepting a substitute for what ,
I really wanted, then I blame
myself for being over anxious.
I could go on but I choose not At Sir John
to. I was very disappointed with

J the. car._ At present I_ am tired ,

.................--................ ...........................................,..........,.'t; I:.::. i/j/:=.=................................"'..(.......... ana I frustrated got: in testing oy the the experience Thun- A Beauty Show and Work ies, Scientific Nu Care and
By ALBERT ,V. COOKE I debird. This lesson cost me Clinic will be held at the Sir Sabrosol Velvet Touch.
about $40. I guess this is really John Hotel, 276 NW 6th St., Beauticians
are invited
These words, "The Bitter and thing like heavenly light, to I cheap for such a meainingful ton Sept 10 and 11. learn the to
the Sweet" describe my most help.me find lesson. From this experience new techniques at
recent experience. It has to do up 'there" my likes way.me Some and one so let me make two recom- On Monday, Sept. 10, from Florida's largest Beauty Show
with buyin a car. For a long I "they" guided mendations: )10 a.m. to 4 all and Clinic.
me to the car p.m., phases of
time now, I have wanted a car, that lair Judging and prize
maybe I awards
should have 1. If decided coloring and bleaching
ever to
you buy
was not until this
that I decided summer bought. At one used car lot, I anything of value get it from Will be demonstrated by Miss ,will he at the Sir John Tues-
definitely to buy saw Just what I ?lairol Hay, Sept. 11, 10:30: Atten
one. I became obsessed with wanted. I sawa folk you can trust. If it is a I Summit Lalbratories p.m.
dsire for a car during the a beautiful 1959 black, air-con used car you want, be careful md Ramo Preparations. dance will be limited. For res
fully equipped Thun- that's best bt. If it call PL 0-2766. Fee
school your a
mer session
at FAMU. derbird. This perhaps Tuesday, from 10 a.m. to 4 $1.50.
The thing that really motivated was the new car I think that it is bet b.m. all phases of Chemical
car for me even though I did ter so. do whereever The show and clinic are sponsored
all this the fact you want,
was that I urlout,
found it almost impossible and not_-,,know Jt.or buy Jt.) will but try to get good financing.. onlng will pressing Ue demonstrated and condit- I by William J. O'Brien and
wunuer sometimes a i cheated arrangements. I by Co., 7211 NW 2nd Ave., PL
certamiy hard
very Reuing; ; myself of dream Posner Co., Summit Laborator- -.27G6.look .
around. I have spent or 1 o s t I did 2. Accept no substitute for ..
countless hours, precious time much down want to pay as what you want. Get what you
waiting on first bus andthen as required: I left r
one this dealer and want completely. You can he
went to
another. Not to mentionthe er. There I found and anoth sure that regardless of what is at
bought a
inconvenience suffered. It 1958 Thunderbird said, you are the one respons-
reached the point where I had conditioning. no air- ible for payments. After all is
I have
had bitter
to decide which was most im- experience with the a said and done, you will find that
Tunder- all the
portant to me, Time or Money.I .
bird. Naturally after getting: the you will be happier if you have
concluded that Time Is the car, I put it on the road for a exactly what you want.
more important. Here Is the test; It flunked. I figure a good Let me say that as far as cars
way I figure it: Life is nothing company is represented by are concerned, you are, I think, wonderfullyeasy
but Time, give or take a what it sells. As far as I am better off buying a new car I
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AND AROUND TilE BAHAMASthe Melvin -Turner, secretary of SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1962 PAGE 15

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0. .:. : .... .. ':':''': : _'_<'''" Civil Service
II i returned recently from

old Tredsul-y arid CUstbrris John's University: Wis., where rlt ain where he completed a
course iti :Labor Administration. i Our Past This Week I
building on Rawson he also did his seminary work. : .. .
Square has been demolished by He has been pastor of Our The course was conducted: by
the Public Works Departmentto Lady's Catholic Church in Nassau the Ministry of Labor in coop
make space for a modern and for the past two He eratlon with the Trade Union SEPTEMBER 3. 1773 son, president of the Nation
larger structure. Plans are Ik.ing is to study for the M.A.years.degree Congress. Rev. Thomas Paul, organizerof al Baptist Convention Miss., USA.
Inc., born in Summit,
made for the new building
; in sociology at the UniversityThe Boston's first African Baptist -
Hercules Lodge No. 1202 and Church born in Exerter. 12, 1861 American Missionary
Mrs. Sylvia Ferguson former- charge against Leland Alpha Temple were hosts to Association opens first
t t Browns! ', Crooked Island, 'McQueen for the murder of the annual convention of the N.H.SEPTEMBER 4. 1908 school Monroe for, Va.Negroes It later at Fortress became
pied i } aiM, flame in; Kenwood Rene Gabaton was withdrawnon Bahamas Association or the Improved Richard Wright, noted author known as Hampton Institute.
St. tin August 11. She i is .surVJy.ed August 10, and Ma brother Benevolent and Protec
who died in France in 1960. was
by: twb sqhs; F; A Dean and Hilton was charged with the tive Order of Elks of the born in Natchez. Miss.SEPTEMB 13, 1938 Henry Armstrong,
bdt11 World Aug. 5 to 8 only fighter to hold threeworld's
George Ferguson, ffassa'ubsinessmen crime.. Preliminary bearing; has at the East-
1915 titles at the time
5 same
rn.Senior School.
two daughters
; : ; been scheduled for Aug. 29.
Mrs.. Olive Darling and Mrs. The o1 rowing c were Association for the Study of surrenders featherweight
Edith Walkine; an adopted A Motorcade elected: S. G. Williams,. president Negro Life and History was crown because: of inability to
tiaUghter; Mist HarrJett Darling flying banners of 150 cars with : Reuben Knowles, 1st Vice fpunded by the late Dr. CarterG. make the weight.
; iwo 1 brothers: ,, MdS S d n u ica's celebrated Jama- president; Harcourt Brown 2nd Woodson. Washington D. C. 14, 1912 Popular singer Billy
Independence; : Day on Aug. vice Daniels born in Jack
president was
Gedrge Ferguson; Jl grahd- 6.. ; Lawrence Tinker SEPTEMBER 6. 1901
b'y: the Cat and
3rd vice sonville Fla.
16 president Urban
children anti great-gra d- ;
Fiddle the motorcade a' James P. Parker a Negro
children. Funeral services were lute to Jamaicans was ad- Bostick, treasurer; David G. seized Leon F. Czo&ross after he 15, 1847 Quinn Chapel AME
held at Zion Baptist Church on living in Thompson, secretary; trustees: Church oldest Negro congregation -
Nassau. A had fired two fatal shots at
was held in Charles I found
19.Cauglit H. Fisher, Garnet Burn- in Chicago, was
August the President William McKlnlev in
evening and special Jamaica i. side
dishes Leroy Gay, Charles Rob I ed.
Buffalo N.Y.
red-handed fishing In were served ins, Hillary Woodside, Ivan
Bahamas waters, 22 Cuban fish I! Hanna, Harry Dean, tyler SEPTEMBER 8. 1872
ermen and crew members of 5 Theophilus Evans, 27, of William Monroe Trotter flerv HELP WANTED
Cuban fishing boats pleaded .Poinciana Drive, and Leland Miss Sylvia Smith daughterof editor of the Boston Guardian
guilty In the Magistrate's Courton (McQueen, 31, of Eneas Lane Mr. and Mrs. Obediah Smith was born in Ohio. waiters. Expert
August 15. The boats were were arrested Saturday night, was married to Spurgeon Smith SEPT. Waitresses,
seized by the police patrol off August 4, and charged with the son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton 9, 1917 Emmett J, Scott appointed ,nce necessary. Applications
Ragged Island, and were murder of Rene Gabaton, a Smith at St. George's Churchon special. assistant to accepted for the
brought to Nassap. Haitian. August 6. Winifred Smith, the Secretary of War, Wash reopening of the King 0'
confiscated Gabaton, 38, was taken to the bride's sister, was maid of ington, D. \,;..
the The boats held were in custody and Princess Margaret Hospital honor and the bridesmaids were 10, 1817 John R. Lynch Ne- {carts latter part of Sep.
the men fined $70 each early on the previous Wednes Lillian Thompson and Cyprl- gro congressman from Missis- ember. Apply Mon. thru
day morning, suffering from ana Smith. A reception was slssippl during the Reconstruction Thursday from 3 p.m. to 7
ova injuries. |Ie died Frldty.nl ht, given at the home of the was born near Fer 82339.
bWd Phone PL
In. spite -pddr .
brldfc's parents on Kemp Road. La. I m.
Aug. 3. A preliminary hefttlng rowday,
Fox Hill Had all
of rain, Day SI 5
the festivities cbmmon to the was set for Aug. 29 number the of Miamians were 11, 1907 Dr Joseph H. Jack- ttyCray.
-- among guests
occasion and a large crowd was I" I
in attendance. Even the rain Fisheries Officer George McKenzie Hermls DeveaUx, 211-year-old
remembered it was Fox Hill reported that during j policeman, was arrested on
Day and .stopped j just in time! the 1961-62 season which ended Aug. 8 and was formally! MICHAEL'S KINDERGARTEN
in March
Prestoh' Aibliry, 37, president tore exported, 1.479,904 from the crawfish Baha charged Albertha with Taylor the ,traffic 53, on deathof July 14140 NW 23rd Court, Opa-locka

of the Amalgamated Biitldirig mas. This was the largest nun 27 After the hit-and-run acci We are now open for registration
Construction and Civil Engineering ber on record, and they had a dent, the police conducted on and'Registered
Trade Union, has annoUnced cash value of $409,964.00. intensive search for 12 days. Featuring Qualified and experienced
his candidacy for the I I I. Deveaux is also charged with nurse. Transportation, to and from school
Eleuthera District in the forth. Dr. Jack Burnside sustained burglary. He la being held .7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday ,through Friday. InsuredSupervised
coming General Elections. He.,,injuries in a traffic accident on without bail. Preliminary hear. supervised outdoor activities .
will run on the PLP ticket Wulff Road bn August 10. He ing for the burglary will lie on study periods hot individual
wag driving a1 car wheh It collided Sept. 15, and for the killing on on fully equipped playground
Ih ceremotiies betd ire the Act./I with a lamp post and was Sept. 17.John lunches (complete balanced diet) snacks between.We .
ing Chief Justice, the badly damaged. Wylie Reid a
: for child
have all the equipment
O. F. Scarr on August 24, Colin Rolle has announced necessary your
CalletldeT and ,Cecil Wallace I ceived gerheadthinjuries a1sTh y his candidacy for ,Grand Baha School begins September 4th

Whitfield were admitted to the were detained at the Princess ma and BImini in the coming For 'Information call MU 8.8141 or MU 1-4060
Bahamas Bar. where
Margaret Hospital they
Mr. Callender, 21, son of Mr. merchant Mr. and Mrs. Gibson, owners
and Mrs.. W. E. -A. Callender.. will run as an Independent.
studied at Xavier College: Nassau : I SEE THE SOUTH'S
then at Taunton, Somerset
shire, England and at the LEADING COLORED I
Middle Temple in London.Mr. For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Callrp
Whitfield is a product of
Government High School. He CONSULT HKH-
studied at the University of
Hull where he received the
LL.D. degree, and at the Middle BONDED
Temple. o
poratlon is encouraging the
building of low-cost homes in
the Oaken Field area The own- ? r- RENTAL
ers have 15 years to pay.

The Rev. Charles Coakley has y id +
lien appointed to do graduate
Let ber of experience gulilt
work In Sociology at St. Louis years
Louis Mo., according rod protect you throughout liftii AGENCY INC.
University, St. n lighthouse guide the *h!|.
to an announcementmade In a storm. For success in base. ,
by the Most Rev. Paul imw and lore.
Leonard Hagarty, OSB, D.D., DON'T STAY IN TilE RUT. GRTI .
Bishop of Nassau. OUT NOW mr THE IIELP OF The largest collection and rental
Father Coakley: son of Mr. ( OD SUB CAN HELP YOU.
and Mrs. Grenville Coakley of South operating in
Wire Hours in the
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Nassau, studied at St. Augustine 0 a.m. O pan.
College; obtained his Thurs. 0 jura to
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: THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA the chemical test for drunk driving IT'S ANOTIIER PARTY at TilE LITTLE MIDGET Chorus
first visit to the Mi Nightof the Blue Note Bar, 17th Ave, I recent :visit to Nassau appear.
,: t PAGE 16 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER' 8 1962 Nights, was enjoyed.
" neat,62nd SJ, Genfs( the honored ing'' ria".two programs at local
"one with' A birthday party. : churches was highly praised.
r I. CLYDE 'The Glass" Klllens' You're invited,to Join In on the Plans have been arranged for
Knight Beat double header attraction
Handsome Me-
will feature Atlantic fun galore an early return. Accompanyingthem
' Recording artist Tommy Vicar (or in M MacVicar) Cole- "overseas" were Rev. Ira
'I RE55 Knight, the young star has a man, the American Tobacco I McCall, the Strachan Choral
, A- styling of Jackie Wilson that representative ift Florida, drop i host
Group were appreciativehost
continues to go a long way with ped off sample,:,at "The office"on ,
.1 :: the terrific support of the coeds. Thursday on his rounds of' to the group Had a
I ARCHIE .. With a stellar floor show you're public relation-Ing,,. .,. JoAnn, call from my Mother this a.m.
\ In for another' of Clyde's real the little one with'the big voice lin regards: to Beaulah's week
PINDERl U-XT gone weekends. will soon be under the wines:!: of I a day embedded in Mt. Sinai
Mercury Artists Corp., a Miami ,' Hosp. She's up and about
:. TIATIONAL Beach cooking agency and recording again Also from Key West
i, ---- Alliance of group. And Ruth BrownOf came word on the sudden deathof
y[r FOR THE HECK of it, ,,I' end it will be my first to hear Postal Employees will pull up Mercury stated, "It's plenty Rudolph Sawyer a popular
wanted to see Just what a pre. the Cool One in person. Like anchor Sept. 8. It's their first talent here and we're going to I musician there. He died of a
I, Labor Day turnout most of the many Mlamlans we heard Al membered.voyage and For one tickets to be long contact re see Jo get a break," Congrats. I heart :mack Thursday.aIiTHE .

niterles were having. So, withan many times on recording and to your mall man Petite Sarah Iii
early start at Casey's Mi have him here on the weekendIs Miller and Julius Newton will
Lounge, home of Charlie's a must on your outing date exchange rings Sept. 14. The Alt ,NEW
Bowling Alley, I gathered the Entertainers Nite at Club ceremony will be at the bride's :
evening to be a long one, due Mi is still holding Its own. Lucille home Frank Price opera I Jl.Jl I I HAMPTON' ; 0USE
to the early attendance, no res Williams and Joy McHenry, tor of the kitchen at Clyde: Kll I 1fU
ervations at Mi. By parting two Homestead school marms lens' Knight Beat Is a blip! If 1 i I (IQb,
time (usually after two beers) accompanied by Maxwell Woods you're a lover of popular island ott. .. . _. I
the first show was mid-way andI and Key West Patrolman Ray. dishes like :PP 'n', R, souse, this
made my bid for the 7th Ave. mond Casamayor who holds the Is the place. Frank has a spec-
Lomelo's King 0' Hearts. Lights distinction of being the only ial touch when it comes to barbecued SWING LOUNGEPresents
were just about to flick on Negro officer to pass the exam- chicken and ribs that's'
Mona Lisa, the house M.C.r and ination qualifying him to give Just right. for enjoyment !
your .
entertainer. Yes, yes. Just completing

and paving his the second way for rendition"Reta". Rickey Thomas & The NotablesWITH
a new comer to King 0' Hearts
stage, known to many as the __..# BILL PEEPLES ON DRUM
Singing Waitress, was Just fine, CHARLES AUSTIN ON SAX
I3y now it was time for the two
and Dave. The crowded house Singing his latest Epic Recordings: Night Jet I'm In AVery
was paying its admission with ) Sad Way Sweetpea All My Love Madison Stomp
applause and I made my exit t Come to house and
my get
for the Main Stem and the Extra added attraction: the:;,
Knight Beat. The second show FREE INSTRUCTION Classes

was been coming in and around on. Lines this have club __ are starting soon, so hurry 1 FABLOUS SONG STYLIST

all evening. With one glance at Willie Lee Mackand
time I eased into the lounge,

crowded couldn't so cross I made the way door for_ 2nd too ".. L1, that dajncing funny story teller SATCH
Ave, To my surprise the mar ROBINSON M.C.
quee read "Phil Harris and ir Dance to: Rock and Roll Hully Gully Twist Chicken
Chickle Horne" Now this was Scratch Mashed Potatoes and JazzA
something I hadn't seen on 2nd
Ave since Bill Rivers' days. ; swinging place to enjoy your favorite cocktail
Phil, the Untouchable, returnedto t DRESS CASUAL

the Main Stem. After sitting Tues'' Wed., Thurs., Music and Dancing Starts at JO p.m.
In on the show It was time to '. PILAND
I make my break for the stretch Fri and Sat,Music, Dancing and Show Starts at 10:30 p.m.
I to the Heights. By now I know Sunday., Music, Dancing and Show Start at 9:30 p.m.
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