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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: January 19, 1963
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40tK YEAR. No. 21 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 1963 P -- NT9 "t
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Dr. Younger to Open Y aK: Miami Crime Rate Soars \I


Miami's areas populated pri- nut Grove had no murder or t,
ForumThe matily by Negroes were respon rape In 1002 and only 72 aggravated ".
King: of Clubs sible for an "alarming" numberof assaults. !

murders, rapes and aggravated The other four areas which
0 assaults In 10G2, police showed large Increase were
entire educational world being co-sponsored by the Mel- ) t said Monday. termed "transient" sections. ,

of Greater Miami, along with Its I phian Club which Is highly respected Negro Involvement In "crime t
and nationally. While the number of crimesIn
locally against the person" has beenon
Is
general citizenry, anxiously
Charles A. Lockhart is presient Miami dropped with the
awaiting the of Dr. the increase for a number of
appearance and DanleKR. Francis Is vice- exception of police said
,Eugene Youngert as ,the open. rape years, said Lt. Tom LIPe chief ,
ing speaker for the annual present of the King of Clubs. Negro Involvement Increased of the city's homicide unit{ and
Otis D. James of the greatly during the I
of Clubs Inc. Forum Se- manager year his assistant, Sgt. Nichols.
King ,
Afro Insurance Co., Is the 1963 Prepared by Detective Sgt J.
ries. It opens Institutional Sunday, Jan. 27, forum chairman. A. DlLucchlo of the city's Llpe noted that many of the
at St John Baptist Crime Prevention Unit, the report crimes were committed by
Church on NW 3rd Ave., Music will be furnished by states that the Negro areas those In the low Income brackets ,
promptly at 3:45: p.m. Rev. the Miami Northwestern Senior accounted for 01 per cent of the who had little formal edu "t
Thedford Johnson I Is pastor. High School's outstanding chorus. rapes last year. It lists 30 murders cation. Most of the murderswere I

Dr. Youngert Is probably one The chorus has placed manyof 25 rapes and 038 aggravated crimes 'o'f passion" that
its renditions on a recording
were not planned beforehand.
assaults.
of the most Important figures to
which Is meeting with unusual He said the two worst he Investigated
to the Miami In recent -
come area sales-wise. Arthur Police said most of the crimes
success were "over how to'
days. He serves, by Invitation occurred at night and that 82
Evans Is director and Samuel spell the name Juanita and the
as consultant to the per cent of them took place In
Cohen is .
O. principal.Dr.
second was' an argument overfive
education committee of ;
quality the five police patrol zones In "
Dade County. He believes In Joe Hall and several members Rev. Gibson On the Negro areas. The Negro pop .' cents.
action now, where educa of the school board and ulation i Is less than 48 per cent 1 am convinced too, that
tional achievement Is low, and adminsltrative. staff are expect. of the city total. until we make the punishmentfit
will make several far-reaching ed to he in attendance. Invitations National NAAvCPBoard the crime we will continue to"
recommendations, where Negro have been extended. The five zones are 13, 14 and have these crimes of violence,
education is concrned. 15 the downtown district, said Lipe. He thinks that "mas-
He is a graduate of Columbia Members of the two clubs of DirectorsThe Zone 3 runs from NW 51th St. sive education" would help solve
University and holds three hon are as follows: L. L. Blbbt J. C. to NW 71st St. and from NW the, problem.The .
orary doctorates from Augus- Chandler, W. C. CogdelL E. I 7th to NW 17th Aves. Zone 25
Crowder A. Davis R. Denard, Rev. Theodore Gibson, district white area In Coconut.
tana, Monmouth and Cornell. i Is the Coconut Grove
O J, Edwards J. Everett, H. Miami's dynamic civic leader Four other zones have a heavy Grove reported no murders andwns
Among his many affiliationsand Gill D. A. Julius, F. W. Revfolds rector of Christ EpiscopalChurch consentratlon of Cubans. rapes, or assaults for 1002,
accomplishments he refersto L. L. Richardson, D. Coconut Grove and considered the "safest"zone
his membership on the "Ed Smith, E. W. F. Stirrup, Dra. J. president of the local branchof The report said that nine of In Miami. Tho Cubans here '.
ucational Policies Commission"on Y. Bass, I. P. Davis, H. H. Green, the National Association for the city's 25 zones had 01 per were no problem In the three
which he served with Dr. V. Mizell, W. H. Murrell, G. A. the Advancement of Colored cent of nil three crimes. It not crimes reported by the department
Ralph Bunche as most signifi Simpson; J. R. Taylor, M. R. People, was elected as a memo ed that the Negro area In Coco .
cant. They Jointly wrote the Jackson, D. H.; Dobbs, Fr. I, E. ber of the National Board of I I
"Education and Manpower." Culmer Lt. Col. C. C. Clark, Directors of the NAACP at its ., J
,.
This first forum takes on a Judge L. E. Thomas and Atty.H. meeting in New York last Mon ,

unique atmosphere in that it is H. Arrington day. e ,
OnJSunday Father Gibson was I
'. the speaker at a mass meetingat
Tabernacle Baptist Church,

Program Set For Young West Palm Beach, at an
I NAACP Fund Rally He was
asked to take the place: of the

Democrats Installation scheduled speaker, Atty. Jack
Greenberg of the NAACP Legal

Defense Fund, New York City,
Commissioner I dent of Dade County Young who was unable to appear.
Democrats, and Atty.: Richard He Is the first Negro in the

Wainwright is I A. Pettigrew, president-elect, state to be elected to the National tiF of
Florida Democrats, will Install Board.FIRST .
the officers.
Main Speaker ATTY.
The response will be made

The new officers and board by Garth C. Reeves, president GENERAL TAKES
meters of the Dade County elect, Dade County 'Young Dem.
Young: Democratic Asoclatlon ocratic Association; and Sum OVER IN MASS.

will he formally Installed Tuesday ner flutcheson Jr., out-going BOSTON Edward W f, .
Jan. 29, 8 p.m. In the Mary vice president will make re- Brooke was sworn In Wednesday ar
Elizabeth's Birdland Room, 642 marks. as attorney general of Mas

NW 2nd Ave. Music will be rendered by the sachusetts. Ho, Is the first Ne
Mrs. Marie Brown will be mistress Booker T. Washington Choral gro elected to that orfflce in any ---- -

of ceremonies. The invocation Group, directed by Mrs. Leila I state SEimiNG Althea Gibson, I ed trophies awarded to winners
will bo offered by Dodd Williams At the close of the Gov. Endicott Peabody, Democrat Englewood, N.J., Olympic tennis of the four-day, 72-holo golfing
Johnson!; and the occasion will program refreshments will be administered the oath of champion and her golfing partner I event.
he given by Kenneth Williams.The : served. office to Brooke, a Republican Ken Goldman as they ap
speaker, CommissionerAlice before a crowd which taxed In the Haig and Haig( 1 Miss Gibson appeard In the
Wainwright, will be introduced Comprising the committee are the capacity of the Massachusetts Scotch Mixed Foursome recently amateur class, although therein
by Commissioner Sidney Sumner Hutchcson Jr., vice House chamber. played here. They were talk that she may switch to
Aronovitz. president; John Barkley, treasurer Brooke was the only Republican among" the forty top men and pro status In the, foreseeable
; Miss Ruby Thomas, secretary winning office In a Democratic women professional golfers and future When she Isn't golfingor
Comments will be made by ; Dr. Elmer A. Ward, pro. sweep of statewide con GO outstanding amateurs Invited playing tennis, Miss Gibson
Atty. Thomas O'Malley, presl- gram chairman. tests, In the fall elections. to play for the $30,000 In Is a model and PR executive
prize money and Tiffany-design : for the Ward Making Co..



I Newspaper Publishers Meet, Here Next Weekgram "People are-Never 'too Old Learn" ,I


Gore Speak : + ,! -1It < : the NNPA will present a 1- ,, _.,__ __
Dr. to. rAt \........, plaque to Dr. Gore as the first ( > The theme of a meeting Mon.
J "' ,0 Negro Franklin day, opening the campaign to
'Public Meeting j r' Journalism graduate In Federal teach Florida' 261illiter-
<>. the U. S. Dr. Gore earned his I
Newspaper publishers from \. Ir degree from Depauw in 1023. Shows 54% Increase ates, including 32,070 In Dade
all over the United States will "\,. County, was, "People are never
gather in Miami Jan. 24, 25, 26 ''",. President of the publishersis 1 Billy E Miller, president too old to learn to read and
to attend the annual Mid-Winter ", .' i E. Washington Rhodes of the Franklin Federal Ravings and write."
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Workshop of the National '1' Philadelphia Tribune. Vice Loan Association of Miami, at State supervisor for general
Newspaper Publishers Assocla- 1; 0" 'I president IH John H, Murphy of the annual meeting of shareholders adult education, Dr. Samuel E.
the Baltimore Afro American; held wedneSday Jan.
Hand, said that once the adults
tion.The three-day meeting will be J'o' secretary, Harry Alexander of 10 stated that the AJllf;OC,atlon' find they still can learn, they
held at the Hampton House Motel 0 the Cleveland Call and Post: and resources: from the time of will lose their reluctance to attend
and Villas and will bring ; 3 t.o. ., Eo Mrs. Nannle M. Turner of the opening Oct.1, 1003, had formal classes.He .
together publishers of all the St. Louis Argus, treasurer. Brown from $R 7,133 held hv distributed to about 70
,'II : Members of the Board of Di 820 shareholders to $1,335,757
major Negro newspapers in the ,." : 8i representatives! of civic organizations
country. The Miami Times will .;, :> ; '' rectors Include Howard Murphy by reeD ec 31, 1002, less than figures that 49 per
:
Afro-American William O. months later, for total
; a
host the meeting. . : cent of Florida' illiterates
are
Discussion sessions duringthe o.. .i {. ;: j Walker. Cleveland Call and assets increase of 5-1%. During white and 51 per cent Negro.In .
Workshop will center Post; Dr. Carlton B. Goo dlett, that period 531 new saving
.,; ,
Dade County whites
around current problems facing ;* San Francisco Sun-Reporter; accounts were started making 20.700
in production, Dr. C. B. Powell. New York Amsterdam the total number of shareholder and 15,871 Negroes failed to
the publishers 4t rb'1
finish five of .1'formal
and advertising. .. News; Emory Jackson, 1,3.77. years
circulation
of the gathering Birmingham World; Thomas W. Dividends at the rate of schooling, the measuring rod
Highlight the public meeting Young, Norfolk Journal and 4%% per annum were paid to for adult illiteracy In this state.
will W2 for Friday, Jan. 25 at vy e Guide; Frank L. Stanley, Louisville savings members.. These dividends Instructions in Dade will be-
scheduled Church, Defender; John M. Seng-- amounted to $14,187.78. gin March 11 with a series of
the Mt. Zion 8 Baptist Dr. George A&M University will be the Ktacke, Chicago Defender and No change In the dividend rate half-hour lessons on Channels

beginning W. Gore Jr.at, president p.m. of Fla. main speaker. During the pro- Garth C. Reeves, Miami Times. Is anticipated at this time. 10 and 2.



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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. I CHUCK SMITH Sigmas Name Dr. t Rembert

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:PAGE 2 SATURDAY' JANUARY 19, 1963 WORKS PR IN ("Man Of The Year"ST.


Post Office Expands PLAY-OFF BOWLIn Conclave unanimously voted to
give him the honor.
the background of the
Job spectacular appearance of the The Sigmas recognized the
Equal opportunities famed Florida A&M University fruit of :br. Rembert's aggreslve
Marching Band at the Pro Play-
The 311 largest post offices in Since issuance of the Execu off Bowl here last week, A&M administration of GiUbs Junior
the country, employing more tive Order, employment of Negroes public relations director Chuck 14 College that has made it Fieri-
than 60%- of the 850,000 postal in the Postal Field service Smith served in a professional I da's top Negro jUniofr College1.!
Intensive has gone up 4.5 per cent while capacity for the Orange Bowl
have begun an -
employees, the total field service force increased Committee, sponsor of the From a spectacular beginning
local level program to ex- only 1.8 per cent. In up- event. in 1957 Gibbs has become one
pand the effect of President per level positions, where overall 13 of the largest of the state's
Kennedy's Executive Order on job totals actually declined, Smith, who for associated the past with twenty coleges with more than
in the there was an increase of more years has been 750 students drawn from 13
equal job opportunity than 50 percent in the numberof the promotion of the A&M sponsored states and Africa.It .
Federal Government. Negroes holding such posi Orange Blossom ClassicIn
tions. this city worked with the is first publicly supported
The Post Office Departmentsaid Orange Bowl Committee staff institution in Florida with an
that specific programs for "This program is being instituted and the publicity counsel retained interracial teaching staff and
detailed local progress in the because It is economicallysound by the committee for promotion student body.In .
area of quality of opportunityfor morally correct and because of the Playoff Bowl.
employment and promotionare it is the law," the Post During the course of his assoc.latlon addition the college has
being outlined to postmasters master General added. with the committee, achieved academically, athletically -
and personnel officials from Smith also worked with the musically, and socially. Its
the large post offices during CBS-TV production staff which alumni are spread throughoutthe
Tour one-week conferences Iteing televised the game nationally PETERSBURG A national nation in such leading institutions
held at the University of Oklahoma. as Hartford University'sSchool
The A&M staffer's efforts I fraternity focused its I of Music, Boston University -
were concentrated primarily In spotlight on one of the nation'sleading University of South Florida,
In a message to the postmasters preparing daily band news releases educational figures re- Florida A&M University Be-
attending the conference for local radio, televisionand cently. thune Florida Normal, Edward
Jostmaster General J. Edward newspapers and back The Phi Delta Sigma fraternity Waters College and numerous
Day directed that the major offices '' ground material on the university during its 49th Conclave in others.
develop "technical, com- .M and the band for CBS-TV. Cleveland, Ohio, recently, unanimously
prehensive and well-planned selected as the "Man of Dr. Rembert's career has been
programs touching every facet Stl f the Year," Dr. John VV. Rembert dotted with successful endeavorin
of postal employment. 777n TV SICK? president of Gibbs Junior Col teaching and journalism.

The local programs will be reviewed lege.Dr. lie has been an outstanding
by the Department's Regional I have ft repaired on credit if Rembert, fast emerging as student at Fla. A&M
Directors and their Special iJl'Owns\'fIIt in Liberty City or a new type of educational leader where he received the bachelor
Assistants for Employee Re- >. Pay weekly. Free among Negroes, achieved the degree, New York University
lations and returned to postmasters estimate.' honor with a high degree of pop- where he received the masters,
with comments and suggestions DIAL G9ff-35R1: ularity. The 500 delegates who and Columbia where he did his
prior to the opening of the 2030 N.W. Ii/: | - yearlong "Postmasters' Programfor
Progress," scheduled to be.
gin In these offices next April 1.

Reports on the local programs !J I It I
involving progress in recruit- _
ment, promotion and training to Open Saturday & Sunday I!
insure equal opportunities to ST. LOUIS Minnie Minoso,
postal employees regional will be offices made the ageless outfielder whom the
periodically to :
and a ma lor overl-all report to St. Louis .Cardinals acquired BUY FROM WHOLESALER i
the President is planned at a from the Chicago White Sox,
meeting of postmasters in has joined the public relations
March of 1064. staff of Anheuser-Busch, Inc., Leading Clothing Manufacturer in Miami

The Postal Service intends to it was announced this week. Giving Up Suits and Slacks! I
"maintain and enhance a repu
tation" as the "most progressive" Minoso, in this new role, will
agencv in carrying out the equal make personal appearances In MUST
opportunities order, Mr. Day behalf of Anheuser Busch LIQUIDATE 100,000 !
said, adding, "I am hopeful that brewers of Budweiser and
at the end of 12 months we shall Busch Bavarian beers. The
be able to report to the President brewery owns the St. Louis INVENTORY FOR CASH-IN A HURRY
we are in full compliance. Cardinals team.

Explaining the significance of Minoso, who looks forward toa Doors Opti To Public For A Short Tim
the Intensive new local programs greater year this season, was
Mr. Day pointed out that out much of last year with ser MEN'S SUITS SLACKS SPORT COATS '
92 per cent of the Post Office ious Injuries sustained on the
Department's total of 100,000 field. A personable and witty
minority group employees are in individual, Minoso proved a Maiy Itlew WholtiaU
the 311 largest post offices ef- real "shot in the arm" to his
fected. Included in the 100,000are teammates during spring training -
87,000 Negroes. .
._._._...._. .,. .. ._ _.....- r.............._ 1250 DACRON AND WOOL SUITS DACRON AND WOOL 2 PANTS SUITS

HOMES FOR SALE MORTGAGE LOANS! mad to retail for $55 to $59.50 mad. to ratail for $65

FEDERAL MORTGAGE CO. $28.75 2 for $55 $37.50 2 for $70MMMMBMBfl

5709 NjiW. 2nd Avenue PL 4-2605
Nile and holidays phone PL 8-6261
MEMBER CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: 492 IMP. BRITISH MOHAIR SUITS 41 IMP. 100% PURE SILK SUITS

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$79.60 to $95 mad. to retail for $100 to $150

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LIFETIME SECURITY

I MEN-WOMEN 18 To 50] OTHER SPORT COATS-SAVE 40% 3947 SLACKS

Grammar school sufficient for to 50% DACRON AND WOOL DACRON WOOL
many fobs. Receive fun Information AND
MOHAIR
mad to retail for
mad to retail from $17.95
$30 to $55
on how to get a govt.job. to $19.95. SAVE 40/. to 50 / .
Keep row present Job
white training.

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TAILORS: Buy superfine ,Imported kid mohair piece

N0 9dkn goods and finest silk linings for #6 clothing at sacrifice prices.

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Fold Sick Ltd f6 fey New Friend] FACTORY ADDRESS:
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North Miami Beach, Fla.
Phone Wilson 5-5415
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FORMER JAX VOTER THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. I

SATURDAY JANUARY 19 1963 PAGE 3 :
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CampyMIAMIANCharges Willis DRIVE NETS 21%


INCREASE Negro! Market Field Network Announced '

Jackson in Divorce Suit JACKSONVILLE-An Intensive - -NEW- "" YORK For the first Gibson named the following dt :-

I four -week voted registration time, Negro marketing and pub. ies in the network: I

NEW YOtttf Bandleader campaign by the NAACP lic relations counsel can be re i,
t Lenox Terrace apartments.O New York, Chicago, Phlladel
has!=! brought the total numberof
Willis Jackson Vehemently de* h e e' Wed to singer Ruth tained for services in multiple Loss
...' Negro voters here to over 28- phia, Detroit, Washington,
nied changes by former base Brown,' Jackson Is a popular 000, giving this city the largest markets through a single source Angeles, Baltimore. Cleveland
ball star Roy Cam arielta! that figure In the music business Negro registration in the according to D Parke Gibson, St Louts, New Orleans, Houston
he had committed adultery with and earns over $150,000 yearly state. The drive increased the New York consultant. Newark, Atlanta, Memp'histBirmingham
number of voters by 21 percent, : Dallas, San Fran
the latter's estranged sHe, Ruth- performing at many of the nation's Rutledge Pearson, president of The Field Network, an organization cisco-Oakland, Norfolk Cincinnati -
clubs
Gene
jazz Ty
ie in a Harlem motel. top the branch of Negro: marketing Pittsburgh
reported. !, Kansas City, ,:
Wilt's
ler, night manager at Big j
and relations
public specialists, Services wfll al .
and Richmond.
Linking his wife with the lent support to Jackson's claim Jacksonville was also able to will operate in 22 key marketing nd
so: bo available in North a:
musician after he had that he wasn't the with
jazz re- man increase its membership 50 per areas having a total Negro
South Carolina.
ceived an affidavit from wealthy Mrs. Campy when he said thaton cent during the year, even population of 0,532,399. with
Roosevelt Zanders, the international the night In question he was though no specific membership nearly a million and a half families According to G I b s o IT.. i
car-for-hire tycoon, on the bandstand until 4 a.m. campaign was held. Mr. Pearson . will head "Through this Network, which)
the partially paralyzed ex-mem and couldn't have been elsewhere also reported that the branchwas pales development for the Net. offers representation in nearly
her of the Brooklyn Dodgers an hour earlier with her. able in 19G2 to desegregate work.In 33% of the total Negro market,
baseball team (now the LA public facilities in 85 stores. companies and their advertising -
Dodgers) last week filed an action announcing the formationof and or public relations agencies
for divorce in New York FAMU Gets Full the Network, which will function can draw upon some of the
Supreme Court biased on the as a division of D. Parke top flight Negro marketing and
adultery charges. Zanders Alpha Phi Alpha Gibson Associates, marketing! public relations specialists. Theycan
claimed that he had witnessed Membership in SACS and puUlic relations consultantsand pinpoint their objectivesand
Jackson and Mrs. Campanella Frat MeetsBeta publishers of Confidential determine results faster
registering at Harlem's Drive- DALLAS Texas Florida Report on the Negro Market, than through a single source."
in motel on September 30 last A&M University was voted to
year, leaving together four full membership without condition I Beta Lambda chapter of
hours later. by the Southern Associa. Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternityheld
tion of Colleges and Schools its monthlv meeting on
Seated In the \
office of N. Y.
State Senator James Watson during its meeting here recently. Saturday, Jan 12 at the Bunche I II I
The Florida A&M University
Lane, Bowling Alley. The meeting
and Hob Rhone, his attorneys, Demonstration High School
was interesting and
the very
dapper tenor sax playingork also accredited the
was fully by very impressive.{
leader's face was livid with accrediting agency during its
rage as. he denied Zander's allegations meeting here. The chapter was indeed grateful
to the many Brothers who r '
Florida A&M was granted were In attendance. The new ran
"I've only met Mrs.
Campanel-
membership in the Southern
Brothers were introduced anda
la .
casually twice and both times Association of Colleges and
special: welcome was
was when I was working at Big very
Schools in 1057. It was in the them. 118
given to p1
"
Wilt's Smalls Paradise cafe, he first Of institutions oper [$&?*
group VA.
said. "Not only that, but on the ated for Negroes to be admitted Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Calling all
night, in question when I was to full membership in the as brothers of Alpha Phi Alpha VA.iituuuOi
supposedly checking into the I sociation. a special invitation is extendedto (
motel with her I was on the dlA'
bandstand. I Grand each Reclamation of you to attend Banquet.the PAEE.D

"I don't see how Zanders Drive Carefully! When? Saturday, Jan. 26, 0 p.m. 6750 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone 691-6651
could've made such a drastic at Bunche Lane Bowling Alley. HAltOL) JOLLII'ETI'1C' Manaur'rS I

mistake or his reason for nam I I
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ing be, an innocent party. But
this I'm certain, my attorneys
will make sure that he pays a''
a big price for his error when
Skt S(
the proper time comes.

Reluctant to discuss the case I
nt the present; time, both Wat. ',". ,
son and Rhone, however ad.
mitted that the charges against .
their client.. was unfounded. fF y19 tI y'' i) ; { N NA

Campy who had earlier filed aIp F
to have his 15- ear marriage to
his wife annufed is now seeking
court permission to substl-
tute the adultery charges. If
the court grants his request
Jackson's counsel will seek to _
enter the suit since their cli v
ent's reputation is at stake. i -AMi

Known throughout the worldas
a chauffeur for the rich and
the famed. Zanders has a fleetof
a dozen cars including a
$32,000 Rolls Royce In his 1 + yp5 r.t ;;.(
statement he claimed that he "'
was in the lobby when Jackson 'fS' ,
and Ruthe Campanella entered R":;,S .

the Drive-in. ), .tv
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Since they separated his three wife The six healthy children of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus L. Dukes stand as evidence! Carnation is tho healthy family

years have staged ago, Campy a series and of head milk, with extra Vitamin D for sound teeth and straight, sturdy bodies! Left to right: Glen rose, 15;

line battles through the courts. Olivia, 17; Mr. Dukes holding cute little Cary 2; Clifford 10; Mrs. Dukes; Christopher 8; and Carl 12.
Now getting $200 weekly from -- .

their him recently for three support told children to of vacate herself, she their was and i "Carnation puts the sunshine in their smiles""Every

$75,000 Long: Island home whenit
was sold at auction after I
mortgage payments were long I one of my children started on Carnation-and Their family was featured as "Family of tho Month" I

overdue. Campy hurt in an auto \ stayed on Carnation!" declares their remarkable young in a recent issue of Cart Magazine.
dwclfc Harlem'sJEM6M
accident nt i mother, Mrs. Rufus Dukes. Both Mr. and Mrs. Dukes "The main thing in a family this size is to bo sure they

II are still in their 30's and already have a lifetime of achIeve. all get plenty of the right nourishment. If the children

I ments behind them are healthy, everything else will take care of Itself' Mrs.
11/4 ACRESPALM
Rufus Dukes is manager of a leading auto agency in Dukes believes. "Carnation is our favorite milk for every ...,

Chicago. He served with the United States Air Force after thing-drinking cereals, coffee, cooking. You should see

BEACH attending'college. The Dukes are developing a 280.acre' what it docs for my meat loaf!I" (See recipe below.) Even '

farm on which they have built a spacious country home when you add an equal amount of water, Carnation is

I and are completing a luxurious summer.winter resort. richer than sweet, whole milk.* "

375"s U.S. D.pt.of Agriculture lUivdbook #9, Compmrftloa o(Foodt' ';.
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,.. t ... = S--- recipe: LCARNATION'S_________________
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== ,...... .... /4 i I STAY-MOIST MEAT LOAF I

w.k aaM f -gwrwso. ':: ,.ys way I
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begins. Again the ,
looks forward to z M Places .
its members and
43rd annual meet. a
held at the Student Things.
University of :Mi . .
) Jan. 24 This is
to meet fel UY IA\VRKNCE; BERT COOPER

who share a com Jrr..I"JC!rIr ...&I'"..,...,...:.0.'......'...'...,....:.o..n.''
and review with .a."nrxrlrIrZ'l")
of the YWCA Congress has opened 'its---' fingers crossed and hope Sen.
past year and the session and we were never Smathers ,and, his,.cohorts will
: which i more Interested In, what the not filibuster around and get
association as it representatives of the "peepul" 'theshow' on the road-to lower
in 1963. The 'YW on Capitol Hill will do 'except taxes for us all.
present Dr. Esther when President -
perhaps,
: as guest speaker. Roosevelt asked this august We haven't bugged our readers
: has great fol body for a declaration of war with a fish paragraph in
the YWCA having on Japan. There is one phaseof quite a spell. M o s''t of our
the National Board business that holds our un- friends, not to mention a certain
of the Na divided attention. lady who made her greatest
Council. She has Young John F. Kennedy Is catch years ago, and who helps
staff of Teachers asking for a cut in income tax clean our fish, knows how we
University es. But those well heeled representatives would rather catch a fish than
of the
is head
have declined to see eat.
of Guidance Administra and us poor folks take home a few Christmas day we spent half
more dollars in our pay envelope day on the Keys. We came
per week.President home with 85 snappers, three
War II, she act Roosevelt was one grunts!:;, one grouper that ranged .
: to the Secre of the greatest men to grace in size from half a pound to
and represented the White House. He broughtus 3 lbs..
in selecting the out of a depression. He created Boy, we had one heckuva
of WAAC officer jobs for the jobless. But he time-all by myself. The snappers
She is now, or has also soaked us with an incometax covered the ocean bed likea
in many organiza during the war that clobbered blanket and we had sweet revenge
of which are Nation- our pocketbooks "just for the times when we
Defense Advisory for the duration," he said. So drove those 160 miles round
on Women in the far the "duration" is still here. I I trip and came home with onlya
Council on President Kennedy with all
fishy odor.
Higher Education. his millions of dollars, thinks I That trip sweeted us. So we
contributed many publica that it is time that we lower meandered down the highway
educational numer bracket, chicken change wage that goes to set two weeks ago.
' to jour. earners should get a break. This time we got only eightof
And by gad he's right! our favored snappers but
will be held We hope that our favorite waded into a school of blues,
21 at 7:15: p.m. head of the nation can cajole, blue runners and jacks. We
may be made by cnveigle, con or brow beat this stopped counting after 75. We
program office, FR Congress to share his views. left e'em biting. Ran out of
fee is $2.75 per per. Some of our representativeswho bait, and ,anyway, our arms
low. were numb from casting and
a
money-wise
are say
,( er tax at this time would allow reeling in.
PTA our economic structure to If you love fishing, hustleon
: I crumble? Crumble, schmumWe! down to the Keys while the
of Miami North- Their personal economic fishing is hot. Follow us this
hold its regular structure would crumble. Less Saturday' a.m. to Indian Key
Jan. 21, at 8 free-loading trips to Europe to and we 11 kill 'em!
Feb. 8, the "investigate" the Russians; less
po'I. its annual Ex. shindigs on yachts cruising on Friendship Garden
will be made at "goodwill" tours, etc.
for this occasion. Oh, well, we'll just keep our Club News
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.. last two named are sisters of SATURDAY, JANUARY '19, '1963 PAGE 5 I
"":) 'c& Dr. Hawkins . Within a few
years don't be surprised to see '
l'.,' Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wolst of BRAKE JOB FOR Recogni' riD r: at j
s+ Camden S. C. back in our townas '
1lt is' an3 ful-fledged Miamians. Mrs LEUKEMIA 4'
:, .. . Wolst Is the sister' of Mrs. Kendall < .c-..: .., I

f..\. .. i' ... Maude Reid, DONATION '
-W t Next Sunday at 4 p.m. Recognition 'I

I. : 1lt at. NOT OF SYMPATHY <<> In an attempt to stimulate Day will be observed at (
? :/.L i : . l 'a 1)r. Ben Atkinson who lost his lagging donations for the fight the Dade County Children's
I father; Mrs. Ethel Barthrope against the killer leukemia, the Home. The guest speaker will t
.1
By RUTH N. POLITIC and Mrs. EHznbpth: TV ]IOV In Goodyear Service Store at 6939 of

'. .. ., .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ., n ....r..Or.... .M, .. .r Or ...r.. ., .. .. .. .....r.r........... the loss of their loved one; to NW 7th Ave. is offering a free be Rev W. F. Savoy, pastor
-- -- -- --- Church. He
th. Allen family whose GENE1- brake special Job to all persons Grace Presbyterian
I' SCRAPBOOK GEMS; Nothing tlons.made in raising the stand- VIEVE exnlrpd so suddenly donating a dollar' to the "Fight will.-bo',presented 4i"Rev. Er-

in the world can take the ards of Instruction and stimu.tating and also their ln-law Joseph Against Leukemia." nest Hutcheson, chaplain. and
place of PERSISTENCE. TALent the avidity for knoweidge Cleveland, of Jacksonville. This offer is good beginning' staff member.
and thru
Saturday continuing
will not ,- ., nothing is more among Negro children," I hope STN RTC NV.WH. The'! PATRICK the. entire weekend of Jan. 21, Recognition will be conducted
common than unsuccessful men that someone remembered to CLATRS have been loft The Leukemia Society has, placed )by: Alfonso Williams supervisor.
with talent. GENIUS will not pin-point her contribution on ''a babY hove Thov l lhn at 749 a container for your donations You are invited to attend..
. unrewarded genuls Is almost the national level with the Na NW. 50th St. The McMILLANSwho in the Goodyear store and
a proverb EDUCATIONwill tional Congress of Colored Parents live at 3130 NW 67th St. the donations must be made
not . the world is full of and Teachers which had were left a flri wV r nric""rc fo there.
educated derelicts. PERSISTENCE precise ramifications effectingthe the name of TONYA RENEE. Miami Times Ads
and DETERMINATION local level. The greater Mi Hearty congratulations parents!
are omnipotent. ami Section National Councilof Drive Carefully! DON'T COST THEY PAY
Jewish Women and the TN MWMOIUAM. Mrs. CON.
YWCA of Miami are to be con STANCE SIMMONS. DOUGLAS,
NKONTAH of MIAMI. One of gratulated for honoring such .Tan. 25. 195S: RPV. H W. FAV.
the most colorful parties givenin unselfish citizens as Mrs. H. RON. .Tnn. 31. 1{)52: Mrs. THE- BUY FOR 1963!
recent months was given by Franklin Williams Mrs. V. Vir- RESA KNOWLES ("Mama T.")
this fabulous group of high rick, Mrs. Laura Sutter (in memoriam Tan 30, 19<'>0. May they rest in 4 BEDROOMS 2 TILE BATHS
fashion socialites. The affair ), Miss Juanita Green, peace.
was given at the home of the Mrs. Cyril B. Smith, Dr. Jean $13,325. total $500 cash $96 month
CLEVELAND SAMPSONS. The Perdue Mrs. Nathaniel Levine BIHTIIDAV GREETINGS. 4522 NW llth Place
Neontas are known from coastto and of course our Mayme E. Charles F. Weir, Annette
coast for their festive boards Williams. This stimulating com Ah'rams, Emma L. McGhee, Pa Completely furnished, all electric kitchen: Fourth
and elegant entertaining. Enjoying munity gesture will bear fruitin trice Lacev, Carrie" Gains. Jan. bedroom and bath can be closed off and rented for I
the evening were Dr. arousing others to the needsof 20; Alese K. Gill Gladys Coachman $50 month. Has private entrance One ''block to \

and Mrs. J, M. Smith the LEE our times. Mlttle Liehtspv. Norlpan schools buses andl pool. 'Good for large family or
MIKELLS Aranha Roberts Jan. ,
BEN MOORES, ED. Margaret ,
WARD BOGIES IRA BUGHOLTZE9. 21: Albert P. Dean, Arthur Carroll two families. No qualifying. No doing costs.
Mrs. MARY McCOY, NOTES. In town to acquaint Jan. 22; Ruth McCutcheon, 3 BEDROOM HOUSE ON 2 LOTS
Mrs. CORA HOYT of Now York ,DCTA with, future plans and Gertrude Rurh. Donna R. Clayton 'total $450 cash $99 month
$14,400 -
Citv. Mrs. SUSIE FRANCIS, long range programs were Mr. Flora Glbbs Thomas Sut-
MRS. EDITH BOGGS, Mrs. SAMUEL A; HUNTER, Pres. of ton, Jan 23; Laurence L. Bethel, 753 NW 52nd Street
GLODINE McCURDY Mrs. FSTA and. Dr. GILBERT L. PattI Page, Sarah Bell Melzie
electric
deluxe
PORTER executive of All big rooms, separate dining room,
HARRIETT WORRELL, SYLVESTER Sec'y Elliott, Jeanette A. Bellamy,
LASSITY and JOE : FSTA. Facts presented were revealing James Sanders, Jan. 25; Dorothy kitchen, big Florida room, oarporte and 2 lots all
CARPENTER. Missing from' Mr. and Mrs. Graham. D. Alfred Steward, for $450 cash.., One FHA mortgage. No qualifying,
the group were former members HAROLD FOSTER of South Haven Sh'eryl Lewis, Cecile} McFagdon no closing costs.
Mich., are spending their Jan. 25 Rol-
Ruth Abad Frazier and Marie McCartney, ; Georgia '
Maultsby Brown who now livesin vacation here in Sunny Miami. vlns, Robert Howard Sr., Geof 2 BEDROOM FURNISHED
New York. They reside at the home of frey Young, Karen McQueen, $6,200 total. $1,600 cash $85 month
Mrs. Foster's friend, Mrs. SU- Jan. 20; Ann B. Rivers, Jan. 27; 1552 NW 51st Terrace
SIE JOHNSON on NW 15th Victoria Owens, Cleaophas All- I
;THE JOLLY FRIENDS Circle Ave. Mr. Foster hopes to absorb good, Darvllle Knowles, Char- 6% ortgage will be paid( off in just 7 years. Then I
was organized less than five the sun while doing a bit lenee D. Keaton, Jan. 28; Doris you can build a brand new house in front of presentone
years ago. Since that time they of fishing here about . DCTA Burroughs, Lee Gale Jan. 29; with down and let the rent from
have made dent the auditor H. Adslde no money rear
quite a in JOHN PINCKNEY, Virgie Patrick, Joseph ,
civic, fraternal, social and political Jr., is doing a remarkable joU Jan. 30; Mattie Jones! Renee home make your new house payments. PropertY' zon-
life of the comunlty. On as auditor. He has placed in the I Wallace Everette Ingraham, ed for duplex. No qualifying, no closing costs.
one side of the ledger they have hands of every DCTA membera John Forbes, Missouri Doster, 2 BEDROOM EACH SIDE DUPLEX
'
tabulated more than 5,000 clock brochure on "Helpful Tax Lawrence Bert Cooper, Jan 31. !
hours of volunteer service to Hints for 13. The informa- I- $16,500 total $3,200 cash $160 month

organized agencies. On the tion "Is helpful'; . JAMES D IATEIi Birthday Greetings 6020-6022 NW 8th Ave.
other side of the ledger amounts WILLIAMS, assistant editor of are warmly sent to Master
totaling staggering sums, whichI the Afro-American of Baltimore! LE ROI RICARDO LEVAN, CBS tile roof, rent one side and live for $50 a month.
am not at liberty to state, indicate was in town for a fortnight i in Jan. 9 and Constance Sandllands No qualifying, no closing costs.
cash contributions made interest of news pertaining to I Jan. 4. 3 BEDROOM
to worthy causes. the Cuban situation . Mrs GARAGE
Last Friday evening The Jol DOROTHY MAXWELL attended THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK. $13,500 total $300 cash{ $90 month
ly Friends decided to toss the 75th anniversary celebra The, man, who. falls to. plan, CBS tile roof No qualifying no closing costs
aside their respective busy tion of Delta Theta Sigma So- plans to fallJuvenile ...... ..... .... .... .
schedules and sipchewandchat rority in the nation's capital . . U .
with friends at the homeof Unfortunately the virus bug Pastor
their recording secretary, caught her when she returnedon Gunson Realty Inc.
MILDRED DeVEAUX JOHN. Monday. She was ill for a On Air I ,
SON. More than a hundred few days. The virus bug felled 561 NE 79th Street
Beginning Monday,. Jan 21 to PL 4-1841
came and went away proclaim. NAOMI NELSON, ANN SMITH, ''
25 about 6 a.m.
ing a "good time was had by CLARICE LITTLES, GENEVA Friday Ernest Jan. Hutcheson Jr., jl:
Rev.
all. BETHEL, CLARA VANDER- chaplain and staff member of
WOOD. Hurry girls over to
Members of the group are: the Dade County Children
the land-of-good-health again.
Bertha Lewis, Pres. Emma Home will be giving 6-mlnute
; _
.i. THE All NEW1HlHA
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ward devotional messages over radio
vice 1'res.; Mable Daniels,
financial Sec'y Ida K. Sidney station WMDM. He will close out r
; While visiting with friends T HOUSE
I the station Sunday at 6:45:
Treas. Mae Woods over
; chaplain;
during the week, I saw Mrs. %
Frankie Glover, chairman of social MOLLIE (Mabel) McFADDEN a.m.These with a 13-mlnute will sermon.be by ,I : 2
messages
committee and Sara Simpson
co-chairman. I I and MARGUERITE her attentive EVERHART.daughter It, transcription. |I

was good to have seen and talk ARE YOU GETTING MARRIED I
ad! with a pioneer of note, SAMUEL
had POINRETTIIInUDGE Its regular monthly CLUB meet- CULMER. Mr. Culmer is Be ThriftyMen WEDDING RECEPTION .
retired and living the life of
Ing Saturday evening Jan. 12.
EVELYN (Mrs Herbert, ) WIG the proverbial "Riley" . Dr. half soles and) heels PLANNED FOR PERFECTION
and Mrs. G. W. HAWKINS were
LIAMS hosted the SU
group. gracious host and hostess to a SPECIAL $2.49
SIE (Mrs. Daniel FRANCISwas
) EVERYTHING IS INCLUDED
awarded the consolation few close friends who casually !II!

prize BLANCHE (Mrs. Arthur dropped In to say "hello." In BAIN SHOE REPAIR
; ) the group were Dr. and MrsC. ONLY $6.95 PER PERSON

CAREY won second prize; :Miss G. Dyson. Mr. and Mrs. SHOP
CARETHA BAWL garneredfirst George P. Coleman, Mary McCoy
prize. Other members present Rachel Ware, Ann Packard 2184 N.W.7th Afve.( INCLUDES:

were Maude (Mrs. James) Rosalee Hawkins Ward, riuunpaKno' for each guest
Chandler, Linnie (Mrs. Alonza) Polonia Hawkins Jackson. As Phone 373-3784
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Dobbs, Naomi (Mrs. Samuel) i Hteuk dinner
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Grant, Alma (Mrs. Alexander) HOMES' FOR SALE MORTGAGE LOANS ;:..,
Brooks, Hazel (Mrs. Thomas) FEDERAL MORTGAGE CO. \C \ I Beautiful Wedding Cake to Include Bride
Sanders Melba (Mrs. Otis) 1\\ / and Groom Ornament
James, Verma Bryant and ,Miss 5709 N:W. 2nd Avenue PL 4.2605 r \'
Maude Ellison, amiable president Nile and holidays phone PL 8-4261 Hllvrr Hervlcfc
of the group. MEMBER: CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
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KUDOS. KENNETH DeLEON :I./# Private room for bride and groom ovrrnlte
WALKER assistant principalof '
curriculum at North Dade Investigate Without Obligation Chilled bottle of champagne

Jr.-Sr. High School, was electedto %, Beautiful Flower. In Room

KAPPA membership- Gamma In Jill XI chapter DELTA; Care-Craft School for Nurses Aids Free Gift to Bride

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
National TV Puts AM.U Band in Spotlight I
11II SATURDAY JANUARY 19, 1963 PAGE 7

to pay a tribute to America's fa
vorite sports through music, -
formations, and animation. Foreign ACSC To Train J
Forming a football with a 'P'In
the center for Its first forma !

tion the band a Football played Hero."You've" A Athletes?For Olympics .

basketball player, basketballand WILBERFORCE, O. Another Denver University, University
goal were formed for the of Omaha Chicago University, A
first for Central State
salute to basketball. The ball I Nebraska State and the University ,j
moved Into the basket while the College! of Maryland.
band: played "Sweet Georgia The Ohio college is one of The State Department will
Brown.; back the project. This is the
L nine schools selected by the
b B P "America's favorite pastime is first year for this tyP9,*of..pro.
State Department to undertakethe
baseball," said the announcer gram.
development of 15)04 track
struttedinto
? as the band members
prospects tor the Olympics for
,
a baseball player a bat
nations which have not the
and a ball. The bat and ball met coaching talent or competitionto Bunche Recreation
while the musicians played
bring their own athletes to
Center News
the Ball
"Take" Me Out to their peaks. Central State Is the
Game. only predominately Negro col.
Wg The 30, 81 fans, now in a lected.lege In the group of nine se Bunche Recreation Park Center activities ere In at full the
frenzy, went wild as the block swing which includes recent addition
band walked on the wild side to The selection which
of the Ohio to our program Includes
the jazzy tune of the same college activities
was undoubtedly based supervised for
iI name and made Its exit while" upon the fact that the Marau 1st and 2nd grades girls and
: playing the "All Sports March. der cindermen have lost only boys.
9del"S ; Nearly four-fifths of the huge one dual meet in the past three The attendance has been 100%
crowd remained for the march.. years. They hold the All-Ohio and these little shorties enjoy
ers' trip to Birdland for the post title, the i\lid-western Athletic it very much. The boys activities
game show. The loyal fans I Association title, and the Ohio Include basketball league
came to their feet as the band. ; AAU title. games with the "Eagles" team
rP ; 5 1 men did the "Twist" from the leading and high scorer is Milton
a formation of a pair of dark In addition Central State's "Peanuckle' Robinson with
glasses while playing Ray: cross country team has cap. 31 points as his total. The junior .
Charles' "Unchain My Heart/ tured the NCAA national title girls have Just completedtheir
twice in the past three
years- basketball season. The
Moving' Into concert formation 1060 and 1DG2. They did n o t Yellow team has won more
for Its exit, the FAMU compete for the title in 10011! games and the girls will be
featured its skillful 20-
group
awarded
piece percussion section In Its Athletes from Africa, Asia cups.
The nOld girls soccer
and Latin America
will
famous cadence playing "The spend
Magnificent Seven" from the 100 days In this country startIng league w Monday, Jan.
14.
his movie by the same name. February 23, as guests of
The boys
the nine colleges. games are super.
And, as Chris Schrenkel the vised by Mr. Henry,, Thompsonand
Post voice of CBS Sports, said it: "I Others participating with Cen Mr. Albert Crawford and
lunch. have seen a lot of ,band performances tral State in the program are: girls activities are supervised
: and halftime shows, but by Miss Betty Dawsey and Miss
Inter this was the greatest." I Georgetown University, Colo- Marva Bannerman. Edwin Cambridge .
group rado State, Charleston College, Is center director.
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In addition to requiring
I JAN. 18 NTE for certification,. Florida $295
"LOCO" ROLLS . RODRIGUEZ GOES requires it for teachers seeking
I Would-be teachers must ap continuing (rather than annual)
5700 NW 27th
( Former Miami AGAINST ply by Friday to take the National contracts, and for those partici- Ave.
Teachers Examintion pating in the competency. award NE 5-3709
\ here next month. Without taking
program.
Musician Writes GIAMBRAAT it, they: can't get state ctr-
ificates in time to teach in 106301. Dade's School Board also 1
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From Africa BEACH, requires it for teaching eligible
for salary hikes as holders. of FOR RENT
Applications are available at continuing contracts. '-' >
The uncrowned combination
The Cozy Cole Jazz Quintethas I Miami Schoolof
the of
University
j Nigeria, West boxing and dancing championLuis
been touring Education Barry College and PRIVATE HOME. Nice room.
other Rodriguez risks losing his
and three
Africa, recently
English-speaking countries.A long sought after match with the public school system personnel KENT Couple or a man. All conven
welterweight champion Emile office at 1410 NE ,' 2nd. NICE ROOM. Quiet couple, pri iences. Call NA 1-6115
letter from Ivan "Loco" Griffith again if he fails to impress vate'entrance, bath, all home or 1961
Rolle, bass player who form in his match with tough Ave.The examination will be given privileges. NE <'<55283. NW IGGth St., Opa-locka.
erly lived in Miami, stated that Joey Giamttra at Miami Beach _
Saturday, Feb. 10, at four r I VIW P"I'MI MMN I l rr- JJw -
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the group had played in Lagos, Auditorium this Saturday Jan NJJJ JJ
Ibadan, Kuduna, Zaria, Kano, 10. \
Emugu, Porthart, Cout. COME, BY SUNDAY 1 to 6
They Nsullai received every To date Rodriguez has been form. Two good six round sup
when they went. promoter Dundee's best meal porting bouts pit Mel\ Wintersvs. \t
ticket, so Chris is keeping his Harry Belafonte and Willie IMMACULATE 2 BEDROOM \
In Nigria a plane carryingthe fingers crossed too. In his last James vs. Johnny Vaughn, wel \
quintet from Kano to Ka- Miami Beach appearance Giam- ters irst gong will ring at 8:30.: Rear Fla. room, awnings, fence all| around for pri-
duna had to turn Uack when a bra KO'd Florentino Fernandezand vacy. Built up terrazzo floors, one half block to Alia-
I vulture flew into one of the en will have eight to ten
gines. Fearing the engine mightexplodCh pounds on Rodriguez. '54 PONT. 4-door pattah School.!
after being in the air
our, the pilot returnedto I Rod is a whirlwind type fight. A-1 shape $250 $400 DOWN $69 MONTH
Kano. ed that never stops throwing
punches, but the newly married
1361 NW 45th Street
5700 NW 27th Ave.
The players took another Cuban cannot continue to give
plane, but had to leave their away weight and retain his NE 5.3709

instruments behind.A ... A--
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parts Nigerian that hundreds newspaper of people re, HOMES FOR SALE MORTGAGE LOA1NS SEE' THIS HOUSE SUNDAY 1 to 6 \

Including Ministers and high FEDERAL MORTGAGE' CO. 3-bedroom CBS, separate dining room, garage, awn

ranking at the officials Rex Cinima waited anxiously Kadunafor 5709 NJW. 2nd Avenue PL 4-2605 ings, shining hardwood!' floors. City waiter,, pump ,

the Instruments which arrived Nites and holidays phone PL 8-6261 and well, solar system and hot water heater.
later by car :MEMBER: CHAMBER: OF COMMERCE: :
CAN BE BOUGHT
,
oJ CONVENTIONAL OR FHA
"The audience forgot all ::: :::::::::
about the delay as soon as the
$600 down '
$72
Month.
group went into action. $11,750 total,
Heads moved in delight and CBS HOME \
920 NW 76th Street
hands were clasped as the artists
gave the audience the 1
"treat" they had been waitingfor. -- --
The team performed for almost
"
two hours." $145 DOWN DOWN TOWN ROOMING HOUSE .

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Potential
income, $100 week, commercial location.
3 Nites' Only $7,950 FULL PRICETiled A-1 rental area. I

'TRI.:'. SAT.. SUN. roof, aluminum awnings, completely fenced ,$3,000 to $5,000 down ,
lots Very attractive small home. There
RECORDING STAR is a living ,\
OF "FEVER"FAME room with guest closet, kitchen, one large bedroom TERMS TO SUIT '

with extra large closet, and a! full bath. Also a CBS ...'

LITTLE WILLIE workshop on rear of lot. ZONED FOR HOME AND BEN FINKEL BROKER1316A
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' 1" .1. Dates of Interest THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

KKey West America's To TaxpayersC I SATURDAY. JANUARY 19. 1963 PAGE 9
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Southernmost April 1 Deadline for filling
City applications for exemptions and Nov. 1 All taxes due and

returning Tangible and Intangible payaWe.
. I. . . . . . . . , . . . . . .T II. Personal Property Dec. 1 Through the follow BEAUTIFUL j, .;'

Mr. and Mrs. Erskine G. Funeral services will be con available June 1 to- Assessed Values ing April 1, applications for CBS HOUSE ,
Sawyer announce the marriageof ducted on Jan. 20 at 3 from taxpayers. Homestead
p.m. July 1 Board of Equaliza widow, veteran and
of their 740 22ntT daughter St.,, West Betty Palm Jean, White Bethel Sr.AME, the Church pastor, Rev.will K.offi D. tion meets first Monday of July. civilian disability exemptions with large Fla. room and

Beach to Pfc. Perry Mitchell, ciate. Survivors Include his Oct. 1 Tax Roll accepted accepted by tax assessor.A .
extra lot also Dade Pine
Sunday, Jan.6 at 4 p.m. from St mother, Mrs. Annie Bennett of by County Commission First ,
Monday in October. realtor stands always ready
Martin Deporres Mission Key West; two daughters, Mrs. house in Fenced yard
to rear. ,
answer your questions regarding
Church. Father Farrell performed Joann Pla and Lenora Bennett;
homestead exemptions,
the ceremony. four sons, Gregory, Dan, Rudy, zoning, tax assessments and to awnings, stove, .and. efrigk
and Donald .
; three grand children
Pfc. Mitchell is the son of one sister, Mrs. p,. assist you In every way pos Will' be ,
Marie f\ opened Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Lee Mitchell Peters sible In your real estate prob
two
of 852 Irene St., Riviera brothers Nathanieland 4, COUNTY lems. Your professional real es
Beach Eugene Bennett an aunt,. tate advisor is your neighbor. Real bargain .
Mrs. Lena ,
Irving of Miami, a: T hood realtor. I
A reception was held at the sister-in-law and two brothers' J BROWARD 3150 NW 75th Street
home of her sister, Mr.. and in-law, several nieces and
Mrs. Simmie Martin 1373 nephews.The .
St. 7th NEWS $400 DOWN $20 WEEK
body will be on viewat 2479 NW 57th Street FOR RENT
The bride and groom received the home on Saturday, Jan.
many beautiful gifts from rela 19 at 6 p.m.. Allen funeral 4-bedroom CBS with Fla. e.
tives and friends. Home has charge of arrange 1 and 2 Bedroom apts. furn.
WALTKIl UOUTD
ments. Hy room, carporte. New I y
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Attending the wedding from ..: paint in and out. Call to see. Also 2 bedroom house unfurnished '
Key West was her grandmother, The Parent-Teachers Association
Mrs. Rowena Pinder and aunt Jacob Chapman Sr., of 221 of Carver Jr. High School w Weekly I or
Mrs. Frances E. Palmer, and Petronia St. died after a brief will have its regular meeting
cousin Stephanie Pinder, Mr. illness on Saturday, Jan. 12. Monday, Jan. 21 in the cafetor- $350 DOWN $20 WEEK monthly rent

and Mrs. Archie Pinder, Miss Chapman was a resident of urn. The meeting will begin at bedroom, 1 bath CBS. ,._. I
Pamela Pinder and Terance Miami for many years. 8 p.m. Please find time to be
Pinder of Miami. present. Newly decorated. No closing BE SAFE NOT SORRY \
Funeral services will be held The meetings are held every costs, no qualifying. Automobile Liability :
Saturday, Jan. 19 from the
third Monday night in each
SICK Insurance Low
LIST
Primitive Baptist Church, at month. Make your calendar for on
Mrs. Anna Romer Baptiste, 4 p.m. Rev. A. L. Milerson offi-. the remainder of the year. We Monthly Payments
214 Southern St. is ill. Friends dating. arrange financingalso

wish her a speedy recovery. i He is survived by a daughter, The South Broward VFW Goodman'sReal
Mrs. Baptiste is
now staying at
Mrs. Beatrice 8105 will meet
Johnson of Miami, Post No. Sunday -
the home of Mr. and Mrs. John *
a son, Jacob of Jan 20 at 0 All
Miami, sister, p.m. memo
son, 1107 Thomas St. She will
be glad to see her many friends. Mrs. Rosa Hutcherson of Key bers please be present, Trio Realty Estate :
West, a brother, Steve Chapman .
of Key West James Outler Jr., l heft Saturday 801 NW 54th St. AND INSURANCE I
Mrs. Grace Pallcios of 210 night for New York after
Olivia St. is sick at home. spending the Christmas holidays PL 9-8372 PL 9-545! 2688 NW 62nd Street

VOR RENT with his parents, Mr. and NE 5-8745 Phone OX 1-0380 .
ROOM. Private home. Kitchen Mrs. James Outler of 5G21 SW ,
Happy birthday greetings to privilege. Phone 634-4314. 1780 17th St. James is serving In

Grace the following Bellamy, persons Mrs. Erskine: Mrs. NW 47th Terr. the Air Force I -_- .o\LA\_. ..._A\-..,..,..,..'.............-.'-...... .... .'-.....,....I1.II.II.I1M..II'- ------1.f.II.JJJJ...--..
Sawyer, Mrs. Mary Carter Mrs. -:- :: :: : R
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Elizabeth Singleton, gamesThomas Stop Look Read Take Advantage "
and Fleda Jones. HOMES' FOR SALE MORTGAGE LOANS New American Library, Inc. h.

FEDERAL MORTGAGE CO. NEW! AMERICAN LIBRARY, Inc.

If J:.I\TII 5709 NJW. 2nd Avenue PL 4.2605 "'t, need 10 young Hales. people, men and women who have
Leonard J. (Lee) Bennett of Nites and holidays phone PL 8-6261 had high, Hcliool education hardevery
nod are \\tiling to work
217 Olivia St., died Jan. 9 at
Dr. Depoo Hospital after a short MKMBKll CHAMBER: OF COMMKKCK: : day HO that you 'lilt earn from $100Ht'Je.. If you are
illness. .. ninbltloiiH we also nerd men with experience for collection"

,###,############,####### and di'UverleN. TliU" In" a golden) opportunity) ) for thono who
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qualify. I
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Apply this Sunday 1 to 3 p.m. I

Salesman CBS $250 down $60 Month Also Mon., Tues,, Wed., Thurs., Fri. ,jJI"JrJ'I'T'.1TJTJT.JT:1f.Jr:1T.W:1rY1'I'Jr.1Y:7JY'.J1'Jf'J
CLASSES NOW FORMINGPass ] : : : : : : .K R.JJ.lTJT.Jf'-UU'Z-Z: rT JTjrj13Li
; 3 bedrooms] Move right in
YourExamination Total price $10,800 'R Ld.JT.JT..JT+tJrJT'.JT.J'I'.1'rJT.Jr.Jr.Jnt', :JTJT'JT'J'.JT..z.Jl..I./t.II.iI.J1JI..4..II.uLIIJ.I/ + JI'lnrlnr: '

$50 DEPOSIT HOLDS
in time
Located near Stevens Market in beautiful S.W. (area Double Attraction
Loustoff School
Call Mr. Marvin-271-2041 "SHOWi) OF SHOWS" ,a
253 NWi 79th St. GREATER MIAMI REALTYHI

Ph. 759-5262 46133D First Time '.'I

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WITH COUNT BASIE ,_,_,-<1 ....J '_'_1
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' THIS STELLAR ATTRACTION I Saturday $2.00 '

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BEGINNING TUESDAY, JANI 22nd
Except Ringside

NOW APPEARING. . LAST THREE DAYS COMING ATTRACTIONS

Slappy White with, Phyllis Branch JANIMKV 25 2ft 27-Itrd I-'oxx, comedian extraordinary.PKimUAHV .

+ 8 0 10-Nina HI mono and her Quartet
COMEDIAN HONG STYM8T 1 J5: : its 17 Jerry Butler, Hobby Peterson Orcli.

Coming Jan. 31. Four days only-Roy Hamilton 22 2.1 21-1'uttl Lnllellr and the illuo HrlleH.

MARCH 1-2-.T-Little Esther

3 shows nil'htly starting at 10:30-Admission but no table charge I R-O-KV-Jimmy IllckM I
For reservations: Call Charles 36th St. Exw NEwtonth.081. JS.I6-t1-Count: Katie

4200 N.W. 27th Avenue 2 -30-31-Dave "nab)'" CortexII.T

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Knight of Pythias I BAHA'I ASSEMBLYThe

Baha'ls of Miami will
i PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JANUARY; 19, 1963 And Calanthe hold their annual observance of
World Religion Day on Jan. 20.
----.----.-----"'-------. Chancellor, Counsellor meeting Sunday 8 p.m. at the Baha'i
"Handbook of was held Jan. 13 at the Center, 137 NW 11th Ave. Don-
I
home of Sir and Mrs. Earnest ald Barrett, Baha'i lecturer and
Your Health Chinese Cooking"Chop White on Tyler St. The committee teacher of Hollywood, will be

-' ...... Suey was invented in on entertainment made the the guest speaker. His subject
report and the following items will be "Discovering Unity in
; America but It really is a Chinese
( were accepted: Sponsoring of a Religion."
dish writes Mimic Audi in
: tht issue of Teenage Hop Jan. 18 at the
Magazine.February Holiday Richmond Heights Youth Cen World Religion Day was established -
ter with Artis Parks Court No. by the Baha'i National -
Back in the 19th
Century a $ W L; Ml' 59, Mrs. Cornelia L. Glenn acting Spiritual Assembly of the
I Chinese statesman by the name hostess. United States to gain
as public
of LI Hung Chang was travel-
ing In America with his aide N Mrs. Lucille Milton, worthy recognition of religion as the
Lo Feng-lu. Everywhere he inspectrix of Artis Parks Courtis motivating force for world
went he was wined and dinedIn now Mrs. Lucille McRay. peace in a society now hovering
on the bring of nuclearwar.
a manner suitable to a rep- Mrs. Alean M. Blakely, mem
resentative of the Emperor of 1 yF ey; ber of Community Court No. 84 Baha'is believe that the
F !aPn foundations all the
China. (Is on the sick list. We are asking of world'sreligions
By DK. M. RADIN After LI Hung Chang com- all members to do their are essentially the
plained he could no longer same, and that they must even-
...-.--r-..--......---*-*-**--..... stand the rich food, his aide duty.Royal Palm Lodge will meet tually come together in one all-

BLOOD PRESSUREA suggested that he dine on plain, Monday, Jan. 21. embracing world faith, as pro-
LOW bland fare. They agreed on celery phesied In the Holy Scriptures.
question that patients frequently and other vegetables sauteed Orange Blossom Lodge No. 15 The public is invited to attend
Is with a small amount of meets Jan. 19. .
doctor :
the
put to To all lodges in this district '
I pork. The result? Chop Suey. :
blood Andrew Frierson, bass-bari
"Which Is worse high Installation will be at
The author of this your next
Holiday tone, will be the featured solo- .
pressure or low'l"This :Magazine article Is the granddaughter meeting. I
ist in the new Radio City Music Miami Times AdsUON'1'
Sir Walter L. Belle
C. Sir
the of the aide. The article ;
Is based on Hall stage shop opening on
question Robert C. Bowen
belief that abnormal blood titled Handbook of Chinese Jan. 17 The spectacle, accomp- S. COST THEY PAY
is a disease. Neither Cooking, is an introduction to anying the new film attraction,
pressure high or now blood pressure is the world's most equisite cuisine "Days of Wine and Roses" starring .
only an Indication and to the ancient philoso- Jack Lammon and Lee
a disease of disease, just as a phy behind It. It Includes numerous Remick, will also feature the DOMESTICS REGISTER NOWDue
ailment but recipes for Chinese cook. Rockettes, the Ballet with solo-
cough Is not an
ailment.If ing, tells what utensils to use, ists Helen Wood and to the
only a symptom of an Eugene season now opening' we are urgently in need
in the arteriesis and suggests the kind of tea Slavin, other guest artists and I
permanently the pressure low, the cause I to drink with each meal. the Symphony Orchestra. of cooks, housekeepers, nurse maids, chauffeurs, butlers,
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of the heart, - - - - -- ------- housemen and Also
may be a disorder couples. good day workers, live In and
the arteries, or the blood As HOMES' FOR SALE MORTGAGE out positions.
the heart is the organ that I LOANS
pumps the '''blood through the FEDERAL MORTGAGE CO.

arteries its, any strength disease will that lower re- 5709 NJW. 2nd Avenue PL 4- 605 MARY LEE AGENCY
duces
the pressure. I Nile and holidays phone PL 8-6261 1711 W. Flagler Street Phone 379-2386
MEMBER: CHAMBER OF COMMERCE:
be
The heart is likely to ...... .
weakened by such ailment as ""' ... ,
fever
acute rheumatism, typhoid
diptheria, etc. The blood .
will be lowered by any
pressure reducing the strengthand
disease
elastic quality of the arter I


ies.Sometimes the cause of low FREE GIFTS !

blood pressure is to be found in


may the is case always blood of be anemia reduced low itself., ,for which The instance homoglobin pressure In turn, in) fOR NEW SAVINGS ACCOUNTS I


number '
coloring matter,) reduced
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of red cells, or loss of blooc $

through blood hemorrhage.Low pressure. is not r , Of 50 OR MORE!

self-diagnosis or sell
matter for
treatment. Doctors have instruments J
bloo< rI
for measuring the
and ways of findln
pressure
abnormal bloo4pressure.
the cause of
After the instrumenthave
revealed that the tfloc i
is low, the doctor doc CORY VACUUM c
pressure
not proceed to treat the lo II), L- GLASS COFFEE _
as such.
blood pressure BREWER
the distorder of the hear r l1>;,, ,
treats 4 8 .
nerves that(' cup capacity. :: >>l
blood, or
The flnest quality
causes to be lov I
the pressure
c product or its kind.

Drowsiness, lack of norm' Perfect,too,for
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energy and a tendency to tit making Iced tea and

easily are the usual indicationof I coffee Makes delicious 1 y. ;
blood pressure below norma'. ; coffee every time I \
In the way of treatment much ... STYRENE PLASTIC PICNIC COOLER

depends But of much course depends on your also doc on ;' ',- 't!' PoUshed aluminum carrying! handle, light and easy
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Those afflicted with lov I I 'II;. ."t un I.i llGliIlm! !II 11111 mHO
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periods of rest; foods rich i
minerals and vitamins; sma'
meals with additional food tal

en in between; a quiet life, wit .
light work; freedom from mci
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is freedom from worr; '!

most essential.
,
This article Is published as t
public service to interest yov
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ERRATUMIn cast.Comes complete with flashlight batteries. '. A magnificent addition to your home.'Includes
the In Memoriam printer 2M-4nart t pitcher i 15-oz.tumblers I serving
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Gwendolyn Lvonne Jarvis the ') earp quality plastic la smart, modern design/
date of death was carried as December ? *" \

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FROM ANY POINT IN U.S.A. ,
PLEASE )I. INSURED SAVINGS r':' ',.',t I Currant ,
DMdwd
.A onza Kelly, builder of Liberty LOW :" I
COST HOME LOANS f '..Q j! ...... ro
City, is now an ngcnt with .' 1
PARKVIEW Construction Co., a year,

Florida's., largest, builder of FRANKLIN .1 payable andcompounded
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homes on customers lot. '
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.Parkview will build from F

your plans or one of their 28 FEDERALSAYINGS ;;.i 4 times a year. ,

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different models. What ever) ,\ ( ''t

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please call Mr. Kelly.' SAYINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI 1 Sevtngt accmmti lnwr d vp
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(t! urt Ntws Ordination at Mt. THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

SATURDAY JANUARY 19
1963 PAGE 11
Olive M. B. Church
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riumph Churches SundayOn Mount Hermon To

Sunday, Jan. 29 at 3 p.m.
Bro. Will Gant and Bro. Johnnie Dedicate New Edifice \
elebrate Founder's Dav Knight Jr., will be ordained as
deacons to the Mt. Olive New
-- M, B. Church. Place For the past four years the our own Bishop of the 11th district -
The Church was confirmed Supreme or ordination -
Head and rightful will be Nathan B. pastor and congregation of Mt. Ills Grace the Right Rev.
roughout Dade County and governor of Triumph The School, 14120 NW 24th Young Ave. Hermon AME Church, Opa-loc- William Franklin Ball will lead

rrounding points will be cele- in Church and Kingdom of God Opa-locka. Please come ana ka have engaged themselves Ina in the dedicational ceremony,
rating Founder's Day on Sun. Christ in all its various departments help us! Rev. Otis Munday Is many thrilling or even some- and he will also deliver the mes-
ay, Jan. 20. and his Word as our pastor. times trying events. Howeverif sage.
S.VR61'Jas our only rule of the events were successful or I
The church was confirmed and practice as has been if they were failures, we can Yes, we expect all of our
rlth! 225 members of Its over revealed to E. D. smith:: by the Woman's add them all up anti we get an friends who have worked along
ming body in the 50th year Word on Jan. 20, 1902. Day answer which spells triumph. with us to come and share withus
If its millennial reign at an In- in the dedication of the New
rnational Religious Congress This church was speeded to Speaker Having reached a very difficult Biggest Little Church in Town.
uring the world's greatest con. the earth on the above date at goal everyone is in a moodof
12 o'clock noon. It's doors jublilation. Planning and Immediately after the service;
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fusion. At this time there wasn't were --- "- --- "----
(ut one band (or church) locat- opened to all the world on Jan. scheming, and rejoicing are all there will be served n repast for
20, 1904 at 12 I combined for the all. The ladle of the church
|d In Birmingham, Ala. (the noon (Isa. 26:2: ; as we prepare
Psa. 118:19.20: Rev. dedication the 27th of Jan. have all out to serve
>lace of the confirmation) thus ; 21:10-11): ( ). on gone
aming Birmingham the Na- The celebration will be held I at 2:30: p.m. We extend an Invitation everyone who comes.

onal Headquarters. Since that at the in Lib. to all of the ministersand The pastor, Rev. Gay, and the
erty Williams 20th aNr laymen of the :Miami area
has been Ave
there a numberf celD.
me Pr officers and members wish to
.
and with
to rejoice us.
the come
churches (or bands) added toe tor. host pas w extend their gratitude to all of
organization and the nation. We are employing the North the friend: who have helpedus.
Si I headquarters has moved to The order of service Is School Dade High School band to play We pray for God's continued
tlanta. of Wisdom 10 a.m.; morning; for the parade' that will start blessings upon you, that you
service 12 noon. at the front of the church and may always be able to support
The objects and purposes are The Founder's Day circle the Ulock. Most of all the church of a living God.
message
any, they begin with the de- will be' delivered
by Prince II
ending of the spiritual life
Mobley, pastor of the Opa-locka
imong its members so that all church.
embers shall attain the high- M

st state of Christian experiencen There will be free dinners
this life as true worshippers
served at the church at 3
)f God. In our basis of union Evening service will start p.m
Ewe believe that Jesus Christ 630.: A spicy program will I be at
shed His blood for the remission rendered at 8 p.m.
[ of sin, Roman 3:25): ) and

for the regeneration of pent-! The members of the Triumph l : .
nent sinners and for salvation Churches take this method of .
[from sin and from sinning (I extending to you our man y 'tiJtf" III
[John 3:5-10: ; Eph. 2:10): friends, a hearty welcome! to --
ww
help us make< this a great day. I Mrs. Hubert H. Gill, teacherIn .-
' In our government we Don't forget the address, QsL special education departmentof
recognize and acknowledge our NW 20th Ave. Be seeing you the Dade County school sys
Lord Jesus Christ as the Sunday. tern will be the principal speaker .

at the 11 a.m. worship at
Trinity CBE Church, 511 NW
Church of The Open Door I ANTIOCH BAPTIST 4th St., Rev. E. T. Brown, min.
ister.
ne',. H. C. McDowell, pastorA. ,"We shall worship as though s 1
E. McNeal, reporter the Diety were present. If The public I h invited to come -
The annual church meetingwas mind is not engaged in my worship my. and share a delightful and devotional ;TIST- ,
held Wednesday at the it is as though I worship. program with us. ST. JOHN AME CHURCH CHRISTIAN

church. Pastor and officers ped not.-Confucius. Mrs. Eloulse Brown Is chair. South Miami The pastor, officer and members
were eletced for the ensuing We give thanks unto the man of the Woman's Day pro Rev. J. R. Campbell, pastor of the Christian Baptist .
year. All chairmen of commit. Heavenly father for the oppor. gram and Mrs. Ethel Evans, Sis. Catherine Willis, reporterSt. wish to announce the observance I
tees made their reports for the tunity to face the beginning ofa co-chairman. of the Church first ann!
past year.The new year. On Sunday morn John gave its first Pew versary. By the grace of the Almighty .
Couples Club will meetat Ing, the pastor will speak from' Rally on Jan. 13. Total amount God, by tho authorityof :
the church Sunday night, the theme" "The Bargain Basement MT. ZION AME CHURCHRev. raised was 27072. Also three Ills Son, Jesus Christ, and
Jan. 19 at 7 o'clock. There will taken from Matt. 20:14: baptisms and two to join the by the guidance of the Holy
be gutst speakers. Mr. and Mrs. 15. The Junior choir and the H, E. Greene, pastor Christian family. Spirit, we have reached tho
Timothy Williams are the presidents usher board No. 1 will render Opa-locka Guest speaker for Jon. 20, the first milestone along the way.
of the groups. All members service. At the evening worship Rev. Jordan from Col., Ga at In commemoration of this an.
and friends are invited the pastor's sermon will On last Friday night our 11 a.m. service. niversary on Friday, Jan. 18, 8
and welcome to these meetingsas be centered around the theme first quarterly conference was Come out and enjoy some p.m. the Choral Group along/
the discussions are very Interesting "Watchman What of the Night held with presiding elder F. A. good Georgia preaching. with other groups will rendera
and lively.On Isaiah 211112.: The No. 2 choir Allen In charge. After the program at the church. On
the first Sunday of this and usher board No. 1 will render ing of the service by open'j MT. TABOR Sunday, Jan 20 3 p.m. the Rev.
month seven members were fel service. Greeno he presented Eld O. Williams and{ congregation; of
lowshlpped into the church.: Another The Senior Missionary Socle Je. All Ltoards made th Jir Rev. P. S. Brown, minister Chattio Grove Baptist Church of

group will be fellowship- ty will sponsor Its annual Cal ports. The women of Mt. Tabor arc I OJus will I Ub> rendering the ser

ped on the first Sunday In Feb. endar Tea on Sunday, Jan. 20 On Sunday morning Elder going out of space that is, they vice.
ruary.The. from 3-0 p.m. at the church. The Allen brought to us a powerful are going/ out In their efforts to
Young People's Fellow program committee has a well message from the subpect, "A make this year's woman's day Tea at NewProvidence
ship met at the home of Dr. Kelsey planned program for your en Good Beginning and a Bad End- drive one or the greatest in the
Pharr last Wednesday evenIng joyment. A cordial Invitation Is Ing." Both choirs sang out of history of the church.
and a very enjoyable even extended to the public. their souls. When the drive ends on the You are cordially Invited to
ing was reported. The Junior members will hold third Sunday in March the women a Fellowship Tea sponsored by
Sunday afternoon they motored 'i their meeting every Monday be Mt. Zion is happy to have Rev. hope to have reached their the Women's Auxiliary of tho
to our church denominationin ginning at 4:30: p.m. A continuation Greene and his family and presiding goal of $10,000.Woman's Seaboard Association, Sunday
Ft. Lauderdale to a Fellow / of the "BaPtist Doctrine"will Elder Allen and 1 his wife Day is more significant Jan. 20 3 to 0 p.m., 700 NW C3rcJ
ship Rally. Gail Williams is the I, be dIscussed. back with us for this confer this year because the Mt. St. Tho guest speaker, Mrs.
president and Robert Sims Won't you take time from your ence year. Tabor family is happy to he Corona Watts, who os the director
sponsor of the group with the Way chores of the week and moving out of their old building of tho Young People Southern .
efficient Mrs. Vance Williamsand visit the sick.GRACE Mt. Zion's new parsonage has and hopes to worship in a Division In tho National
Mrs. Earllne Cliette. been and Rev. Greene new edifice In the near future. Convention,
family Baptist
Friends are always welcometo and his have moved In. The women day drive is under She I is also ono of Florida's
our 11 a.m. service. PRESBYTERIANRev. On the fourth Sunday afternoon the dynamic leadership of State workers. Mrs. Mary Fran
Bishop Ball will dedicate the Mrs. Ethel M. Wllkerson. chairman cis White, who Is
prcsndcnt of
William after the dedication and Mrs. Butler and
Savoy, pastor parsonage Sylvia our Deaconess Board and .
MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. Condolences of Mt Hermon AME Church. Munlin cochairmen second
to the bereaved Mrs. Rose -vice president of the Seaboard .
family of the late Mrs. We are asking 100 per cent
E. M. Thomas, pastor Carr, whose funeral, Rosa Choirs No. 1 and 2 have selected support of each member and Women Convention do expect -
Phyllis M.vers.. reporter be h..I,. service will their King and Queen and we make this drive full cooperation from the
at G rlend to help a
this
.c.u; race
jw Saturday:: members of the district.
Those. working hard to make this
who worshipped withus Jan. 10, at 2 p.m.Condolences are success. Mrs. White and
Mrs. Blossle
contest a succecs. The king and
last spiritually
Sunday were
to_the bereaved Halo the \
are
sponsoring presi
Bro. William Glenn
blessed. Our pastor was feeling family of the l late Enoch Co- and queen Sis are Evelena Glenn from Churches of Christ Scientist dents. Mrs. Essie Bell Johnson
much better therefore, we were
,
wart whose funeral !is
service
was president of the Women's
very happy to see that he was held at the church on Thurs choIr No.1; Bro. James Jones The Apostle Luke's inspiring Auxiliary of the association.
able to render the message. He and Sis Clenoa Douglas from account of the raising of the
day, Jan. 17 at 3 p.m. Rev. C. J, Burney Is pastor
spoke to us both morning and choir No. 8. widow's Ron from the dead will
The and Sis Claudia Wilson
pastor will be Recognl- re-
The spirit was felt highin
night. be heard nt Christian Science
Ion There will be and porter.
our services last Sunday. We Day Speaker this Sunday a prlnco service Sunday. of the
afternoon at 4 at the princess selected from the Jun. Subject
had one person to join the p.m. Dade Lesson Sermon ."
church.We County Children's Home. Inter- or department on the same The Golden Text Is from MT. CALVARY

are praying for the recovery ested frIends church members and night.Mt. You ZIon.are always welcome Matthew ((4:4): ): "It is written Rev. F3. M. Thomas, pastor
are Invited at
of our sick members. to come. Man shall not live by Ireadlone Phyllis Myers, reporter
Some of the coming high- but by every word that Blessed are the puro In heart
lights of the church's programare proceedeth out of the mouthof for they shall see God.
JORDAN GROVE. M. B. NEW BETHEL BAPTIST
Youth Sunday on Jan. 27 God." To our Christian friends notice -

Rev. C. H. Smith, pastorSis. and Men's Day on Feb. 24. 1571 NW 68th Terrace Passages to be read from tho above verse, and exam
and share in
Ella K. Wright, reporterThe Come worshipand Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor "Science and Health with Keyto ine yourselves: and make sure
pastor and members welcome fellowship. Deacon Fred Williams, reporter the Scriptures" by Mary Baker that your heart Is pure in order
you to attend service with Last Sunday morning Rev. Eddy will Include this se. to see tho God of our salvation.Our .
them this Sunday beginningwith CHURCH OP GOD Taylor delivered a powerful ser ectlon (p. 547)): "The Scriptures pastor is very concerned
Sunday School at 9:45: a.m. mon and Sunday night the are very sacred. Our aim must about our souls and he is
ending with evening service at OF PROPHECY Rev. Bain was the preacher. be to have them understood preaching each Sunday that
7 o'clock.On Announcing an old time Holy Both sermons were enjoyed. for truth this understanding Jesus Is soon to come, and wo
last Sunday our pastor Ghost Revival the Church of can be gain as sheep seem to be leaving the
brought two powerful sermons God of Prophecy, 2745. NW 51st Sunday the Junior choir. will ed." And continuing on the old land mark. Let us tightenup
which were enjoyed. St. beginning Jan. 14 to 27th. take the stand and Sister Gib- same page' "It is this spiritual our spiritual side of life and
The Gospel Fellowship of Miami come let us reason together, sons will tte the organist. The perception of Scripture, which try to see Jesus for ourselves.
met here Sunday afternoon alth he Lord. Bring your love pastor will be in charge of the lifts humanity out of disease We have a good watchman on
at 3 p.m. with Rev. O. Williams ones. Alexander and Eva Gilmore service. and death and in Inspire faith.. the wall watching for our soul.
and Rev. J. King deliver. of Cleveland( Tenn. Bishop Thought for the week: Deceit. Prayer meeting every Tuesday
ing the sermons. Please visit J. D. Williams, pastor. Please visit ,the sick and the We aro never deceived, wo deceive night. Remember the sick
our sick and shut-Ins. Everyone is cordially invited hut-Ins. ourselves/Ooethe. and shut in.






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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. RANGE Railway Auxiliary
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PAGE' 12 SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 1963 i LUCIUS WILLIAMS of Entertains FriendsOn

Brooklyn, N.Y., died In a New . Here and ThereBy

York hospital Jan. 11. He is sur- January 10, the Ladies LARRY RATCIILAR
vived by his mother, Mrs. Marian Auxiliary to the InternationalAss'n .
U CARDS --. MEMORIALS I Williams, six sisters, Mesdames of Railway Employees e 22 a 2 2a222

N Lula Bell Evans, Blan- entertained some of their many .JOE WILLIAMS! is coming to
) dine Gill yard, Angelio Mullins, friends with a dinner party the I ramp ton House. Tuesday,

h Sarah Allen, Hattie Haddock, The ,affair, which' was held at Jan. 22, with a whole list of successes
Ib MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM and Cora Williams, four brothers the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. behind him. His first be-
Solomon Dennis Woodrowand
,
J, In sad but loving memory of In loving memory of our dear Rev. Mose Williams, and a Howard, was ''sponsored by five ing the Willlams-Masie merger
gracious ladies of the auxiliary Christmas Day, 1954 . This
I our departed wife, mother, sister mother, grandmother and sister niece, Mrs. Bernice Williams.
grandmother artd great MRS. STELLA FARRINGTOI4who Funeral services will be held : They Were: Mesdames RosaMunlln merger proved a phenomenalsuccess
grandmother departed this life January Doasih Howell Susie that day. His first big
,
Saturday at 10 a.m. at Bright {
Helen Livingston, record hit was "EVERYDAY'
MRS WllJLJE ..VIOLATIMMONS 19; 1959 Morning Star Freewill Baptist .McMurray ,
and 'Virginia' Bennett. old blues number
she rest in an by Mem
May peace. Church, with Rev. R. Smith, of.
who departed this life January Nora Bell Demerltte. ficiating. Interment will be at Just before being served a phis Slim. Drawing on his love
;14, 1962. Daugter and FaintlyIN { Evergreen Memorial Gardens. superbly cooked dinner, guests and knowledge of the blues,

Rest for the tolling hand, He will lie in repose in. .the, were entertained:! by the talented when Joe renders the "blues"it
Rest for the anxious brow, chapel 12 noon Friday. daughter' of Mrs. Howell. is from deep within, from his
Rest for the weary-way sore feet MEMORIAM heart. In turn his singing
Rest from all labor now ___,_,_.u.._.___ Everyone was thrilled by Bernice reaches not only the ears, but
Y at the piano and the lovely the hearts of all who listen.
We love you but God loves In loving memory of our His
voice of Barbara.
you best. dear husband and father, Everyone expressed feeling for blues singing almost
Joseph Timmons, husband MR. GEORGE M. BROWN a very enjoyable evenS naturally extends itself into
Lucille Timmons, daughter feg Ing. t/allad singing. Evidence of the
It: Mr. and Mrs. John Murphy, feeling Joe imparts in his bal.
grand daughter and son in I YWCA lad singing is heard on his "A
law Community' Man Ain't Supposed to Cry,"

Annie Kelly, sister album, on the Roulette label.

and five great grandchildren .. I Service SeriesThis Whatever the type of tune,
> the excitent that is Joe Williams .

program, formerly called is unique and sustaining,
4i k the Book Hour, and held in the as recent appearances from
CARD OF THANKSThe Auditorium, will now be heldat coast to coast will attest. Pack

family of the late, .4 the YWCA, 114 SE 4th St. ed houses record grosses, new
DEACON CHARLES Refreshments (weather per club attendance records, requests -
WILLIAMS 9 a mitting) will be served in the i for extended or return
takes this method of acknowledging garden preceding the book re I engagements are becoming
and thanking each and view. standard fare. Perhaps this is
everyone of you for your kind easier to understand when you
On Wednesday, Jan. 23 at 10 I
expressions of sympathy, cards j a.m. Mrs. Robert Underwoodwill I realize that Joe has the rare
letters, telegrams, and floralpieces. I reveiew the book "The : quality of being the complete
Especially do we thank' Road" Herman, singer. On blues, ballads, or
Spangled
the 'personner of the Richardson Deal. The fee is 75 by cents for swing, he will always reach his
Funeral Home for their cour audience.
members and for
$1.00 non-mem
teous and efficient service. hers
Jesus the sinners friend to thee, 1"- Over on the other side of town
Lost and undone, for aid I flee MRS GENEVIEVE ALLEN there is a young man who got
Weary of earth and sin BROWN of Jacksonville died on his start in Augusta, Ga. a few
Open thine arms and take me in Jan. 13. She was born in Miami, PENTECOSTAL years ago when a disc Jockey
Mrs. Marion Williams, wife is a graduate of BTW and has APOSTOLIC called, "Mal Your Pal" Cookeat
Mrs. Naomi Pinder, worked with the elementaryand WAUG heard him sing with
daughter who departed this life January high schools of this county. Penetocostal Apostolic Faith great feeling and play his tenor
Mrs. Julia Knowles, sister 3, 1058. She continued her education by Tabernacle services will be heldin saxophone with complete com
[tt is not death to die; taking a course in nursing and its Jarsonage, 1721 NW 6th Ct. mand. "Dizzy" Jones is the emo
To leave this weary road business education in Jacksonville Pastor S. H. Bowles invites the tional type singer that will move
IN MEMORIAM And midst the brotherhood on She was a faithful and ar general public to attend Sunday you to the point you actually
In loving memory of the late, high, dent church and civic worker morning services at 11 o'clock believe he is the victim in the
To be at home with God. and was devoted to her family evening service 7 o'clock ; soulful songs he sings. "Dizzy"
,
; prayer
Mrs. Lovina Brown, wife and friends. She is survived by Jones and "Little" Willie Jonn
meeting at 7 Tues.
8 sons her husband, Alfred, her father, Thurs. devotional meeting p.m. at 7; will "sing it out" once again as
8 in law Rev. Alexander Allen sis
six
daughters- ;
p.m. Secretary P. M. Snyder they hook up into another one
2 daughters ters, Mesdames I. K. Johnson, of their "battles of song" this
F 2 sons-in-law Cleomie Smith, Clarice Hughes, weekend at the Fiesta Birdland.
23 grand children Patricia Ebron Delores Covin .
M 3 great grandchildren and Monica Smith, a twin Wroth DEATHLlewelyn Clyde Klllens has had his
er A. Allen Jr.
I tourist season billing lInedupfor
Services will be Jan. 19 at 3
CARD OF THANKSThe p.m. at Mt. Zion Baptist Church IW several weeks now, and
says he will continue to get the
best bookings available right on
Y family of the late, OTHA HOLLEY, of 14DO NW through the summer. This week
IDA SMALL Gist St., apt. 4 died Jan. 12. His Clyde Knight Beat Is bring
who departed this life in Madison survived by three daughters, ing in one of the best Rock and
Fla., wish to thank the
I Mesdames Louise Johnson, Donna Roll Trios in the land. The man
friends for their cards and other I with the .
terrific .
Keel and
Amy Holley, two personality
of .
gestures sympathy.May
the sons, Carter and Otha Jr. Ser Chuck Jackson, his trio, and
of the
tures message Scrip. vices Friday in the chapel at his sensational rock-and-roll
1 p.m. music. One of Jackson's hit
And Bring you faith and hope anew tunes . "You Don't Love Me
for each tomorrow
peace
"
No More, helped secure him a
That lies ahead of
you. LEONARD FLEMING of 4421
spot on the Florida Bandstand
And Mamie Morgan SW 18th St., West Hollywood, up Lauderdale way this Satur
Family died Jan. 13. He is survived by day. Chuck also features a way-

___ '____,,'nmnn.m.._ his wife, Ola Mae, a sister, Mrs. out singer called EloIse that is
Lula Harris; five brothers, Jor really worth listening to . .
MRS. ROBERTA BETHUNE CARD OF THANKSThe dan, Tobias, Manning, Zenith See you at the "Beat" Saturday<
I who departed this life January family of the late and Herbert Fleming. Services night.
19, 1961. JAMES A. BUTTERFIELD Saturday at 1 p.m. at Gethse
I It seems to have been just yesterday wishes to thank its man y mane Baptist Church, Rev.
I friends for the kind expressionsof Isaiah Clare, officiating. He wll TEMPLE BAPTIST
When God saw fit to take ''you sympathy received during its be on view Friday 1 p.m. in the
away. bereavement.The chapel. Rev L. A. Thompson, pastor
The pleasant memories of you I Family The Missionary Society, Mrs.
will' linger on. Florence Hepburn, president,
Since it's true that you've really Albert. Lockhart of Eustis, will sponsor its annual New
gone. a Fla. died Tuesday morning at Year Turkey Dinner today
Sleep on dear and take your rest Funeral services for Charles Medical Health Center in (Friday) from noon to night at

\ We'll always love you, but God DEATHSFrancis Shellman, husband of Louise Gainesville. the church. Donation $1.00.
Loves you best. and father of Charles M. and Mr. Lockhart is the :'brother The No. 2 choir, Mss. Matilda

Rosa Bethune, mother -, Wilfred were conducted Tuesday of Charles Lockhart, public relations Hall, president and C. Ambrose,
ti Renae, daughter 2 p.m. in the chapel. Rev. director for Bonded Rental director, will celebrate its 9th
Willie B. Allen, sister I. C. Mickins officiating. He died Agency. lie was for many anniversary Sunday at 3:30: p.m.
. Jan. 0 and is survived by two years a member of the police A number of choirs will participate -

j I IN MEMORIAM MRS. ROSA CARR, a pioneer brothers, three sisters and five .force in ,Nassau, Bahamas. fine affair on the is anticipated.program and The a

Mlamian of 1305 NW 62nd St., grandchildren.MRS. Services will be Saturday public is invited.
In memory of Mrs. Caroline died Jan. 12. Services Saturdayat Jan. 19 at Eustis with the John- The male chorus will
at
sing
? Edwards who departed this life 2 p.m. at Grace Presbyterian MINNIE JONES, 680 son Funeral Home in charge. all services on Sunday.
? Jan. 6, 1962. Church with Rev. William Savoy NW 15th St., died Jan. 11. Her
The Silva and AlbMry Family officiating. The body will survivors are a daughter, Mrs '- ** -**"**"* > N > - - -IS ----------
M y lIe in repose at the chapel 6 p.m. Louise Thompson; son, Michael "Living Service for the
IN MEMORIAMIn Friday. Survivors include one Kaigler; three sisters, Mesdames Living"r
Mrs. Ella Poitler Ferguson Lizzie Mae
sad but loving of daughter, Harvey, Louise Shirley -
memory of New York City, a son, and Myrtis Robinson, and a
dear mother and
.4 our grand Zephimiah of Miami; two sisters brother. Services Saturday at 2
mother who this life
departed Mrs. Elmore Clare of Nas p.m. at St. Luke Baptist Church,
January 18, I960, sau, Bahamas and Mrs. Irene Rev. P W. Williams, pastor.
MRS. CAROLINE MANUEL Harrison of Miami.
: May she rest In peace. MRS. RUTH 'FENDERSON

We loved her but Jesus loved I EDDIE WILSON SR., of 238 of 1808 NW 48th Axe., West Hol-
her best. SW 5th St., Homestead, died on lywood died Jan. 12. Chapel ser
,: The Manuel Family Jan. 12 In West Hollywood. Ser vices Friday at 2 p.m. A son,
h Key West, Fla. vices Monday, Jan. 21, 2 p.m. Bartholomew Johnson, grandson
at St. Paul Baptist Church with and a sister, Mrs. Maude

IN MEMORIAM Rev. A. C. McQueen officiating. Johnson survive. ry '+dt
He will be on view in the chapel
3 In MR.memory EDWIN of our BOWLES loving one., 6 p.m. Sunday until 7 a.m. ENOCH C. COWART, 11491 Oscar L. Funeral
4 4 'i'' who J departed this life January Monday and at St. Paul Baptist Pinkston Drive. Richmond Hts., Range HomeM.
'1962. Church 8 a.m. Monday. Survivors died Jan. 13. His widow, Cortez;
16
Athalie Owner
: 't Sleep on dear beloved. We are his wife, Lady B.; three daughter, Mrs. Mae Freddie Lanier Range, N. Patrick Range Mgr.

:l ,,love you*but God loves you best. sons, Eddie Jr., Sam and James; Lilly-Budd Patrick, Eolise; 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue
.,' Gone, but ,not forgotten. two daughters, Mrs. Lorene four sisters and a brother sur
OX 1-0131
Wife and-Son Spann and Mrs. Willie Mae vive. Services Thursday at OX 1-4343
Minnie Bowles Joseph; a sister, Mrs. Ola Glee. Grace Presbyterian; Church.





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SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 1963 PAGE 13
Classified 753 W 41st St. Drive'by 'then 766 NW 45th St. Open Sat. &
call md. First time offered. 3- Sun to 5. This Is really a doll HOMES' FOR SALE MORTGAGE LOANS'
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Realtor, 2614 62nd St. NightsPL 7th Ave. PL 94371. Open Sun. IS BELIEVING
UNFURNISHED 9-5533. Days OX 19372. days and every evening til 8

2 bedroomapt. p.m. 5 room house with bath and carporte. 2 story apt.
19SO NW 55th St. NE
39908. 748 NW 44th St. Open Sunday bldg. with 3 furnished 2 bedroom apts. plus 30x24
2 to 5. Total 9200. Only $350 3-BEDROOM, 2 bath CBS. Nextto
NIC1 CLEAN furnished down and $79 month pays all. Manor Pork school and pool. storage room with lawn.i\ All 5 units for $12,750 less
apt. See this and will buy It. Custom built features, oak than unit.
Free lights and hot water. 1870 you $3,000 a $1,900 down. $150 monthly, bal.
Lovely yard, large rooms, a floors, cedar closets, porch,
NW 55th Terr. 6359067. real home you can be proudof. large front yard, garage, work. ance on first mortgage at 6 per cent. See for yourself.

EFFICIENCY A. Ben-Korl Realtor 2644 shop area, stove, refrigerator.No .
I donwtown area., NW 62nd St. Nights PL 95533. qualifying, move In immedi = Building in A-l condition. Owner living on property.
All utilities. $13 week. Call Days OX 19372. ately. Total $14,700, $900 down
NE 40500. F9 payments flexible. NE74.7024.V 1318 NW 45th St., NE 5.2953

CORNER 2-bedroom CBS tHe 47th St. Call owner .
2-BEDROOM HOUSE, carporte, TE I.rIr.lr&r: Ir.lrIr.Jr.L.ir.lUr..lr.lfX.ir.l..... ...: ......... a.r.l.l""IrIrJ.r.lr.lr.JJJar ...
roof, garage, awnings, appliances """"""" ----- "
torch large yard. Newly paint. .
air conditioned ,etc. In TWO NICE CBS houses, different
ed. Nice location. $20 week, 2280 the heart of Manor Park at 4701 locations, both FIIA terms The Keyes Company has, extensive inventory of
NW 62nd St.
NW 10th Ave. $400 down, $76 $.100 down,bank. terms arranged selected Northwest area homes for professional and
month and to Ethel Relnart,
LARGE MODERN air conditioned closing costs.owner Life Realty pays ,your PL Reg. bYoker, phone 634-9815, home-loving folks. Homes now available) on NW
One bedroom and
efficiencies apt., furnished or unfur 94371. Open Sunday. 4769 NW 17th Ave. llth. Ct., NW: 51st Terr., NW 51st St., NW 68th St.,

nished. Quiet neighborhood.Adults BUILT deluxe duplex, and many others at price and terms to fit your needs.
4711 NW 16th Ave. Open Sat- CUSTOM
Call PL only.89565.1210 NW 77th Terr. and Sun. 3-bedroom CDS like 2 bedrooms each side. Two tile We have several church sites.
new $300 down that's all.! $85 baths. Beautifully landscaped, 3
month. Total $12,500. No quali years young.: Small down pay. ARTHUR M. SOLOMON, PL 1.7492
2 STORES, good location 51th
St. Reasonable. fying. Move In. Call A. Ben-Korl hicnt. FHA terms available. THE KEYES CO.
633-2429.
To see
rent free.
Realtor. Nights and Sun. PL Owner lives
OX 19372. call 631-C333, owner. FR 1.3592
4-BEDROOM 2 BATH, water- 95533. Days 234 Bisc. Blvd. Realtors

front home. Has everything. ...........;; ::: -:: -;:;:
Phone FR 41256. IfiDI I .1f Ahl Atq l1AAlr f a.a 1frAAh..mlrAAkA A1a>rIrAA1rerAl..tlrf

ROOM PRIVATE home, HOME SERVICE CALLS $ 50 FINEST SELECTION IN MIAMI
727 NW 65th St. Phone PL TV PL 1-8381 '

76672. JOE SCOTT LOVELY HOMES OPENLOW
NICE BEDROOM home in
Opa-locka. The Bunche Park Authorized Factory TV Sales and Service
area Closed in fence and nice
surroundings. For informationcall RENTALS, EXCHANGE, SALES. AND REPAIRS LOW DOWN PAYMENTSEZ
NA 16651. F2
WORK AND SALES. GUARANTEED TERMS LESS THAN RENT

2-BEDROOM HOME, 4490 NW
31sl Ave. Call 235-3747 after 4 923 N.W. 62nd Street Free Delivery --0--
l>.m. All day Sat. and Sun.
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NEW 2-BEDROOM, furnishedon
NW 6th court, In downtown $350 total down payment; Not Ic more. Just decorated.
Miami. $30 week. Call JE 1-3184 1iEETIHESECUR1TYCivil
or CA 14833. $10,800 total. 2 Fla. rooms.

andl women age 18 to 55
for -
Jobs men
ROOM In private home with private Service
bath, kitchen privileges. offers the greatest opportunity.You .
have 1050 NW 46th StreetCBS
3120 NW 67th St., OX 16343. can qualify if you are a citizen and a
education. Starting salary a. high at
$10 WEEK.: 1-bedroom cottage, grammar school train you in an easy to beauty, Fla. room, carporte, 67x110 lot. $13,500,

3.1rd free light Ave. and water. 4528 NW $4 learn,!490 Home year.Course that will enable you to take all $450 down, $77 month. Nicest in town.

.
cxam" --0--
$I6 PER WEEK, large unfurnished NO MONEY DOWN
three bedroom duplex. 1817 NW 47th TerraceWhat
1305 NW 58th 'Terr. And only $7.00 a monthWill

FURNISHED efficiency. Private start' you Call liftime i career. Act now a beauty. CBS bedroom, den, all in beautiful

entrance, lights and water or write shape. $350 down. Best buy in town.
free. Phone PL 84273. SERVICE
NATIONALTRAINING -0---

NICE, CLEAN ROOM. Private N.W. 7th Ave., Miami 50, Fla.
9538
bath, use of entire house, very MU 8-2179 Eve. 1880 NW 47th Street
reasonable.! Phone NE 51773. PL 4-9611 .

LOVELY : : : ;:....;;"'-:-'>0..:: :I 3'bedrooms, $10,000 total. $500 down, $80 month
1-BEDROOM house,
chain link fence. $20 per week Will be MONTHLYh'appy for 15 years One mortgage.0 .
$79
will sell to right party, $100 you
down, NE 55566.1.UEDROOf / -

: HOUSE. $15 per 3 BEDROOMS 1083 NW 74th StreetCBS

week. MU 17001. 2 BATHS CBS beauty, completely redecorated, hardwood

1-BEDROOM afterward floors, tile roof. $400 total down. $77 month.
HOUSE. Complete years
ly furnished. Good surround- $400 DOWN .
with the home
Inns. Sin per week. Apply at

-EnIS.1931 NW. 58th St. Phone NE you buy today? In the 40's 1000 NW 75th Street


You probably will,If you buy It .. Huge corner hour< 2 baths and huge Fla. room.

HELP WANTED through a Realtor-- member \\> have many more of Newly decorated. $13,000 total. $400 down, $80 per

Salesladies Wanted! Earn $30 of the National Association the bent properties avA14of month. Partly furnished. Stove and refrigerator.
to $40 a week in your spare Real Estate Boards and his able. Contact our office

time.We No experience necessary. local board who subscribes to and pee for yourpelf.the .
will train. 3715614. Avon
professional
Cosmetics. Indf. ..
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GIRL with pleasing voice for established standards of coda an i LCENSEDSINCE 1937.of HEWS REALTYThe

tlephone, 2101( S. Federal High- ethics. Ba ; CHAIRMAN OF FHA
way, Ft. Lauderdale.
happy See usl, "ft COMMITTEE ( Broker That Works For You)
GIRL with automobile for light
delivery work. 2101 S. Federal REALTOR 4600 NW 7th Avenue PL 4-0655
Highway, Ft. Lauderdale. CHAS. S. FONTANA
(Open Sunday)

PIANIST that can also direct t 6016 NW 7th Avenue PL 1-7111
for a "
Senior Choir. Call 635-3703, t a
,or.. OX 14524. I iY &'1P} "






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j \ PAGE: 14 SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 1963I Booker T. Our Past This WeekJANUARY


New classes in typewriting 'I ..n,. M ...-. 'w._.. ,.. ,.._ ,.. ,.- 'w, 'w.Y .YT.JT..iI'
Wash- If}T,y B If If 1'1 1I..Ir JlI..IiI. Jr If Ir..1I If J.T'" II 11 ll IhM'
Booker T.
are now on at
tt Young Swiss Aeralist to ington on Monday and Wednesday 13, 1869 JANUARY 17, 1708
nights from 7 to 10 o'clock.
I First convention of Negro Benjamin Franklin, supporter
Registration fee is only $5.00 labor in the U. S.JANUARY . of anti-slavery movement,
j// Feature Circus Show per semester.for This high Is a school great 13, 1022 Worn.
., opportunity Col Charles W e s t
JANUARY 18 1850
A blonde 18-lear-old aerialist outstanding performers are graduates or adults to preparefor Point graduate died in Africa,
will be spotlighted as one of the back. clerical Jobs. JANUARY 13, 1873C. Dr. Daniel Hale Wiillarris,
Estelle E. Waller is the in
Brothers first doctor to perform a sUc-
, new stars of Rlngline Headliners include Harold Al- P2 C. Antoine became lieuten-
and Barnum and Bailey Circus zana, who gambles his life on structor. ant governor to W. P...Kellog in cessful heart operation, was
its 1963 world born in Pennsylvania. Dr. Williams -
when it unveils the high wire, Gerard Soules, Louisiana.
premiere at Miami Beach Con- heel catch, and Galla Shawn SOCIAL SECURITYDon't JANUARY 13, 1941 a Negro, was the surgeon
vention Hall Jan 24. who swings on the high trapeze. The Four Freedom proclaimed who helped found Provident
by Great Britain and Ameri- Hospital in Chicago. He died
She is La Toria discovered The circus will hold matineeand August 4, 1931.JANUARY.19.
by Ringlintf scouts at the Swiss dur- AR e ca.JANUARY
evening performances 14, 1023 1918
National Circus in Zurich. ing its five-day stand at Miami Bishop Benjamin T. Tanner, John H. Johnson, publisherof

Acclaimed ns one of the greatest Beach. -- AME Church }leader, died. Ebony, Jet, Tan magazines,
aerialists today, La Toria JANUARY 14, 1907 was born in Arkansas City,
starts on the carpet in the center N ilaiz to WTTI TO V&.OYOMIIOff Jamaica earthquake occurred. Ark.

ring rolls her body over and PHIL OSSOFER JANUARY 15, 1881
over up the rope 'till she has delay, check todayl! Wanted Dean William.Pickens, author
I reached the aerias rings 50 feet About a million people over and NAACP field secretary, was
I( over the arena. SAYS: 61 years of age may We eligible born In Anderson County, S.C. Personal MentionMiss
for monthly social security JANUARY 15, 1941
She then executes a series included of JJJ J IS benefits, but have not yet ap Professor S. H. Archer, presi- Jerona Jamison spent

intricate aerlalis gymnastics splits,that"head- It is now 100 years since the plied for them.According dent of Morehouse College, At. the Christmas holidays with her
Blonston died. parents Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
to E. B. lanta,
stands, and one arm rollups.For signing of the Emancipation Social Security District Managerin JANUARY 16. 1946 (Willie Hue) Jamison. Accomp

her finale, La Toria lowers Proclamation. This Proclamation the Miami North office, many Convention of New England anying Miss Jamison was a
her body until she is suspendedin was the Negro's invitationto people over 65 who are still : workers at Lynn, Mass., adopt friend, Jenia Jamerson. Both reside -
mid-air only by her wrists, the banquet of human rights working have not applied for resolution against Negro sla in Dayton, Ohio.
rolling her body in a series of and dignity, yet he has been social security benefits. These very.
one-arm bodv swings. fed the crumlte of segregation people may be losing money
instead. It is so easv for us of every day. Just because they are Friends Club
While La Toria is a new star Jolly 'P
white skin to say that the Negro yarning over $1,200 a year does .
of the 03rd edition of" "The Is much better off than he not mean that they may not be The Jolly Friends Club, with
other
Greatest Show on Earth, was a century ago, but the entitled to some social security 1 Mrs. Bertha Lewis, president lJ
harsh truth I is that he: has been benefits.If entertained members and A .

short-changed. Racial you are over 05 and earning friends at an After ChristmasParty
BETHUNE ELEMENTARY tion in this enlightened segrega-I more than $1,200 a year, you at the home of Mr. and N

The parents of ,Brownie Troop worse than slavery a should check with your nearest Mrs. Johnson, 734 NW 44th St.,
years ago.Today social security office. If you are Jan. 11. There was a lot of
137 were exuberant in their friends and the night was filled SERVICEWilliam
back
there eligible for payments, you
and thanks for the are more people with music and the cares that
praises lose some of them for every
with much better knowledge of may
lovely Christmas gifts that the world around us: than ever month you delay in applyingfor Infest the day, folded their Pinder, Sr.
Mrs. W. benefits. By applying now. !'i tents like the Arabs and silently -
were made for them. before, yet with all the know.
ledge have absorbed you are protected for the last 1 moved away. Professional Piano Tuner
Jennings, chairman of Brownie we we A delightful repast was served
Troop 13, is to be commended have not developed the spiritual: 12 month
-cards and were player
A social: securltv beneficiarywho games And! Repairer
for the very fine leadership attributes which enable us to until late Hour and
a everyone
given to the girls.Congratulations. live in peace and harmony. earns more than $1,200 ina
departed thanking members of
give? $1 of social security 1935 N.W. 153rd St.
With all our getting, we have year up
the club, the president and Mrs.
to our out- benefits for every $2 that
not gotten wisdom. Opa-locka
Frankie chairman
Glover
of
standing Library Readers for he earns from $1.200 up to ,
the past week. They are Henry; That is why, at a time when $1,700. For every $1 that he the party. Daniels Phone MU 8-3770
Coaxum, Audrey Campbell, our mechanical knowledge is so earns over $1,700, hf Rives up a Mrs. M. I. reporter
Lynn White, Debra Williams, far advanced, and we are build matching $1 of benefits.
Pamela Meares and Cathy ing better and safer cars, traffic However Mr. Blonston statedno 1:1I:
Wyche deaths and injuries are on matter how much a benefi
STORE
BARKLEY'S
the increase. So we are drivingthe clary earns in a year, he can I CUT-RATE
The Sunshine Committee i is car of human rights in a still he paid a full benefit for I
wishing for Mrs. Wallace, one manner that kills Justice and any month in which he does not' THE FRIENDLY STORE WITH TIlE WARM WELCOME"
of our lunchroom helpers, a
speedy recovery. At present, she maims equality. and earn docs wages not of actually more than engage$100 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4.2376

is confined to Jackson Hospital.The Some one once said, "I am
and and what in self employment. In addition Dolls from $3.08 to $11.08 Old Spice Cologne
you you are me,
Doll-Cowboy-Toy Show are we doing to each other?" a beneficiary who Is 72 years of Bleach and Glow Cream 75* For Men $1.23Old
held Jan. 10 was enjoyed by all The answer is shameful and de- age or older, can receive his fun 07 Bergamont Hair Wrisley French Lilac
the students. Many prizes were grading. benefit regardless of how muchhe Diseasing 50* and $too Bath Oil $1.50
given. earns. Straightening Congestaid Room
This year we are "celebrating The local social security of Combs 70* to $2.08 Vaporizer reg. $2, only $t.89
The PTA held its first meeting the centennial of the Emancipation office has a leaflet, No.OASI-23c Hair Coloring 35* to $loU Royal, Keno and Po-Ke-No
of the new year on Tuesday Proclamation. In what entitled "You Dan't Have to Retire
night, Jan. 15. Many interested year will we be celebrating the Completely to Get Social USE OUR LAYAWAY PLAN FOR CHRISTMAS
parents and friends attended. A emancipation? Security Benefits." which you
special thanks to our PTA for can get by calling 7504521. TOYS AND GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONSOPEN

the Christmas goodies that This explains how earnings effect DAILY AND SUNDAY 8 A.M. to 10 PJH.
were given to the students at social security benefits pay
Christmas time. Drive Carefully; men tR. JOHN A. McMINN, Owner

The teachers and students are .. f
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very busy culminating and reviewing f
the first semester stu-
MEET AND GREET YOUR FRIENDS AT THE
dies. We are looking forward to -
the Parent-Teacher Conference cm
Day which would be held on
Jan. 29. At this time, the pa- i PARROTT BAR : :: 44 __ _
rents are invited to come out
and evaluate their children's

progress. 4i AND PACKAGE STORE +scr- .. ,yww r

The Publicity Committee ,
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Beautiful Home on 4368 N.W. 17th Avenue Phone NE 5-9133
Your lot
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Complete IlulIUIng Service BLOSSOMRoof
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BUILDING
FINANCING Offering Many Features

Tour New Home FREE GAS Cleaning & PaintingFREE 1

NO DOWN Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Stove

PAYMENTOver Newly painted Venetian Blinds ESTIMATES INSURANCE

Twenty Years of Washing Machines Laundry Rooms Roofs Pressure CleanedWe

Construction Experience Free Parking Auto hot water heater .
have what !. called Snowdrop Mobolizing Pro
Free Garbage Disposal Filtered water
Guaranteed Satin/Action
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REASONABLE TERMS AVAILABLE i ,

PL 1-3604" Weekly Rates \
( NE 4-3759
888 N.E. '79th St.
$14.50 1 bedroom $18.50 2 bedroom Apt.

} Y'''Y' Miami, Florida Renting Office open every day Phone OX 1.8862 2258 N.W, 58th Street Miami, Fla.tfi .
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Gigantic Celebration ; '" ..,','. ;.,,:'.

WASHINGTON, t>hC. Feb. ing this one of tho most outstanding "" { i
ruary 12, 1903 *- W kind of events to take i
day will it,be* It will be a day during 1003 -- The Year of place the '"
that will beglri with nlorning Centennial of the Emancipa ,/
prayer and end with Embassy ion Proclamation. scL
receptions. In between, among a\\ :.
the highlights of events taking FREDERICK DOUGLASS T place that day, will be the SHARE SPOTIdC11TFrederick 1\

marching bands starting at 10 Douglass, the friend M .
a.m. at the capital and stretching of Abraham Lincoln, will share h .>$"''''!''IM'' ,--;" -
along Constitution and the spotlight in this celebrationas Airman Basic Willie Clark,
Pennysylvanla Aves. to the Lincoln his birthday is February 14 1961 imv high graduate, nephew -
Memorial with salutes ; and during this period, through of Mrs. Willie M. Miles of
along the way as school and out the nation and the world, 816-A 1st court, NW Miami, Is
other groups pose with their 'historians and teachers will be $\ being reassigned to Sheppard
displays showing the Negro talking of the relationship be. OFIJ, Tex, for technical train
that they havo chosen to honor tween Abraham Lincoln the ing as a U. S. aircraft maintenance
the great emancipator and Frederelk specialist.
Arriving at Lincoln Mo
Douglass, tho great abolition.1st. .... -'
morial at high noon civIc organla*. I .<...,,,'IIi I
tlons fraternal, and social :4
churches and schools, will Those individuals and organizations Airman Basic Freddie L. I IN -

join the} historic Wreath laying wishing Information 09 Qooden, 1050 Carver High, graduate --- ...-.a.4.r-J.M-. .
cerertlotty\ that has beett! bdrticP t to how they may participate in and
this day of commemoration son of Mr and Mrs. O'neal W. McGrew son of
of pated the in Royal by the Legion military since ortlefr the( attending the' Various affairs-, Julius C. Vecenty of 138 Frow Mrs. Agnes Hepburn Thomas

assassination df Abraham 1 Lin entering their band, slflglttg or Ave!., Miami, is being reassign. and a step-son of Reginald II.

coIn. The National Anthem will marching: Motel for lnfof ed to Greenville AF13, Tex. for Thomas, spent the Christmas
about !
matlon
be suns: by world renown conceit Write to accommodations Lln oln- technical training as a United holidays with his family and 'I'
artist
; Hollomall States Air Force fire
aiid the Marine Band his tile Douglas (Centeflhiar Committee, protection relatives.
1001 R St., NW; Washington-, specialist.
honor of
flaying during this
oc D.C. McGrew graduated from MIami
casion closing with all bands _... Northwestern senior high
choral groups and the thou.
sands in attendance school in June, 1002. At present
joining In jt"
singing "God Bless America." he is a freshman at Kentucky t.k .,{
YM Dinnergovernment
Smathers To Speak at
State College. lie Is majoring k .
$
Immediately following this I in sociology. Upon completion I. "' .. t j
historic event, over 2,000 citizens The annual meeting and dinner and his close personal of the four years at ''>:' ',, 't"'
of all races, creeds and na of the Young Men's Chris ties with President JohnF. Kentucky State, McGrew plansto *' -- ", --"' '-'
.
tionalities will assemble at the tian Associatioh of Greater Mi Kennedy, enter law school. While at Ei.t:. t..
Departmental Auditorium of ami will be held at Miami KSC he finds time to participate Airman Basic Joseph L..,
the Labor Department hi a trio Springs Villas, Feb 1, with Abbott said that more than in the marching band. Tharpe( 10G1 Northwestern
hute to the living ahd listen ti| Senator tote A.. Smathera as 1,700 invitations to the dinner High graduate and son of Mr.
khe l leaders discuss the chal the principaslieakt*. were mailed out this week. McGrew expressed an enjoyable and Mrs. Sampson Tharpe of
lenge of the hew century. Attorney Walter II. Decham. stay in the city, but was 0262 NW 51st Terr is being re-
Jr., chairman of the annual quite anxious to return to the AnD
President John F. Kennedy YMCA President William R. assigned to Dover Del for
has Meen Invited as the honor. Robbins described the forth. dinner committee and incoming campus for a studying session training and duty as an admin.
of the YMCA of before tho midterm
president exams. istrativo specialist.
ed annual meeting "oneof
speaker. The Planning Com coming as
Miami will
Greater
,
preside as
,
mittee for this day's commemo the most important eventsthe master of ceremonies.
ration consists of some of the association has ever held." :
nation's finest citizens and .Or ATTENTION, PLEASE!
ffanlzatlons. It Is exp cited that "Plan for a dvriamlc three ANDREWS JEWELERS'
this celebration will the year<<: expansion program of the location.
set I have over 35 choice Iota in exclusive You
stage for Young Men's Christian Association EXPERT WATCH AND
a full of
mean.
year :
Irtgful commemoration. The' in our area will be revealed CLOCK REPAIRS can have your home built a* low as $295 down pay.
Lincoln-Douglass Centennial at this time," Robbins said. 40 Yarn in Business ment. We have a few samples ready for inspec
Committee is working In coop "The dinner also will afford All work guaranteed tion. WE ALSO SELL LOTS.
members their
eration of Columbia, the U. S. many of our
Civil Rights Commission, the first opportunity to 'meet our 303 N.W. 2nd Ave. Call Irving Gordon MO 5-6870
U. S. Department of Interior, new general secretary, Mr.
U S. Department of nltoilor, George A. Abbott, who will direct FR 3.0152 ---i--.i-"=----s--i- --*.-*- -g' ,
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the National Association of Colored this expansion program. ..1I

Women's Clubs the N.1' Abbott was named General
tlonal Newspaper Publisher's Secretary of the local YMCAIn I Moderate Rates Call
Association, the Metropolitan. September to succeed Rus For The Finest Apartments at -

Police Department, the Wash. sell Rymer, who retired after
ington Parks Department, the 42 years of service in the Y or.anizatlon. .
Washington Convention Bureau, Mr. Abbott fromerlyheld
and many other groups in make a similar position with the BONDED =
YMCA of Asheville S. C. N4 '

104 Finish Since assuming his duties
FAMU
here. Abbott has been engagedin
detailed planning of the I
!
RequirementsTALLAHASSEE forthcoming expansion pro. RENTAL
gram. ** I

dred One hun Subject of Senator Smathers' I I
and four students "k u
completed
1 l.1.a"1
address has not yet been revealed
the requirements for but it is expected to at.
graduation at Florida A&M University tract unusual interest due to his AGENCY INC

ter, announced during the E. first M Thorpe trimes, prominent position In the U. S. ,

director of admissions and rec.
ords. The candidates will receive --
their degrees during the DR. M. RADIN : The largest collection and rental
commencement exercises on
April 20. Sunday 10 a.m. 12 noon
Obstetrics agency in the South; operating in
The college of arts and sci
ences had a total of 37 candi General Practice
dates; the school of educationwas Dade and Broward Counties'Negro
second with 26. They were 1159 NW 3rd Ave.
followed by the school of agriculture
with 14; the school of Pone 374-1419 L. L. IIROOKS Housing areas

nursing 7; the graduate school IresidentMANAGING
C- school of pharmacy. and Open cbt'Y' 0 L. <. 8 p.m.
the college of law with one. .,
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AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
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Pnlnlros Office Treatment of

LOW 10,000 HOUSING UNITS

i RUPTURE COST PILES .
Bonded also has employment service at main office
I Rp("lnl Disunites' Varicose Veins Pro- ,
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PHONE NUMBER 757.2741 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9-8733

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list : In KendallP13: . tration and a wonderful example -
Hospital WASHINGTONPARK
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. of what results can be
I procured through communityeffort.
PAGE 16 SATURDAY' JANUARY 19, 1963 HAY JOSEPH, sales representative 87% .
for Holsum Bakery was
: . given remarkable praise for his Special thanks goes to Mrs.
REGISTEREDThe
service lola Crawford, president of the
I: ; conscientious but RayIs Park
Washington Improvement
.. not the only Negro at Hol
Washington Park Improvement Association of North Miami
L RE55t sum who was mentioned duringmy Association of North Beach, Mrs. Ella Williams and
?'c 15 minutes briefing tfy
I Mrs. Hazel Crawford of CORE,
( Hols m's advertising manager. I Miami Beach, the Congress of
Hazel Smith and Jake
You'll bo surprised at the other I Racial Equality (CORE) and Mrs.
Important positionsheld residents of North Miami Beach Ross. Persons In WashingtonPark
4 CHIE very and the service time some have launched an effective vote who are not registered are
[M have established at this prominent er registration drive under the urged to do so now!
C--4. ,.. : D.Nc South Dade land mark. direction of Weldon J. RougeaU, If they need transportation
J| FINDER
!., .... Each year this firm sponsors national field secretary for call WI 74622. Register to vote
.r s a party for employees and their CORE, currently In Dade Coun now! Be a first class citizen.
family along with presents : ty for the voter education project .
I HAVE' I1KKN questioned: '. switchboard operators or what award nnd bonuses and other I in Atlanta. HELP WANTED
about why the. Negroes still have you. The more trainingyou tokens of gratitude. :
flock to the other side of the have, the better joWs you] I 'THE NATIONAL Alliance of' Washington Park Is an all MANAGER WANTED. Man or.
fence at Hialeah Race Track can get. I Postal Employees and auxiliary Negro Beach area In North Miami woman, to manage new furnished
dollar -PB which has a voting age rooming house. Security
when they could pay a are planning their Feb. 15 an
more and enjoy a better scenery ELLA FITZGERALD; the nual ball at the Bayfront Park' 200.population Information of approximately needed. Call JE 1.3184 or CA
with lots more accommodations.Is frlst lady of song, knocked 'em Auditorium Semiformal . that about 25 sources Indicate 14833.
it to save a buck? The "oldpWe" dead at the Deauville this week Allen University of Columbia, persons remain -
..." Is $1.00 cheaper.We Not too much talk about Al S. C. concert choir at St. James. week's registered drive since last TWO WAITRESSES and an experienced -
ifl Hibler's recent engagement on Wednesday, Jan. 30 . North- which helped to lady cook. No other
Place at least
.were perplexed. Considering curtain 35 persons on the need apply. Prince Cafe. 338
the Beach. Al seems to be a western's Thespians
books. This is
the loud squawks some of percent regis NW 14th St.
on his way out as a top voca call Thursday, Jan. 21 at 8 p.m. p
these same folks put up a few list. Too much elbow bending, An evening of three one-act - -- .-..- - .-.. -- -
years back about the lack of they say . Take my word for plays will be the fare
accommodations for "coloredpeople" It . do yourself a favor and -PD-
at the race tracks. Now drop In to the new Birdland, DOH1S AND JOE MAXWELLMt. FORD REAL ESTATE SPECIALSWe
that the privilege Is theirs they the old Fiesta Room, In the Sinai's blessed event was a
refuse to take advantage of It! Mary Elizabeth Hotel. Your host girl (Torey) . Little Willie
Maybe while they were beef. Irving Montgomery, personally I John and Dizzy Jones will be have over 350 homes in the Liberty City, Manor
guarantees you a great eveningof In a battle of songs at the Fiesta
looked
the
ing, grass greeneron Call
the other side until they fun and entertainment. Fea Birdland Jan. 19 20 and Park: landl Opa-lock area See these today. us
discovered that $2.00 made the tured this week will be the 21 . You 'still have a chanceto
difference. fabulous Dizzy Jones and Little catch Slappy White Phyllis and we will pick you up I
Willie Johns. Branch show at the Hampton
They were the first to say, -PB- House-three more days . 1-1267 NW 52nd Street $300 down
Why we can't go here and there? OLIVIA EDWARDS, the Opening Monday will be Joe Nice home near bus lines and Grandway Market
Why we have to stand in the Richmond Heights Drug phar Williams, formerly with the
rear? And things of that nature macist is back at her post after Count and the Junior Manse 2-1139 NW 76th Street $500 down
We wonder If these fans being hospitalized at the Bap- Trio.
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are 'sr"poor'"that they would .. 2 houses on 1 lot. Furnished. qualifying.
Xf'xr.Ir.If'IT Xf'.If'Xf'.If'If'.If'Ir.Ir.If'If'If'If' f'.Ir.lf".If'.If"I"] .If'If'IrIr.Ir.I!""}'
rather save that 'extra dollar to
wager on a horse. If they are HOMES' FOR SALEFEDERAL -- MORTGAGE LOAfNS 3-1490 ,NW 57th Street $400 down

that keep short away of funds from, they the races.oughtto M()RTGAGE CO. Real nice corner house near school. $74.39 month

5709 NJW. 2nd Avenue PL 4-2605
You figure it, then come and 4-1361 NW 44th St. $300 down
tell me! Nites and holidalMEIJn rs phone PL 8-6261
: : Jt CHAMIJ Kit] OP COMMERCE: Nice, clean 2-bedroom home. Carport and Florida

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THE IUNKEVDINK8 will be
in the Gulfstream Room of Fla. $200 down
Bayfront Park Audit come Feb. 5-Brand new homes in Goulds,
10. It's their first Cocktail Dan Brand new homes in Liberty City $500 down
sette . Judy Jones and Mar JET TV CLINICHOME
garet Lewis have taken a great 6-2125 NW 44th St. 3-bedrooms. Move right in
liking to bowling. Some may
think different, especially with $250 down.l/
James Horn and Nathaniel SERVICE CALLS $1.00
Hines tagging along . Dr. We have a large selection of duplexes and other income
Ben Atkinson had to forsakehis Day or NightWe properties. Ask about our investment proper-
15th ave. dental office this
week. His dad passed away In Service All Makes of ties for as low as $500 down.
Georgia.A .
HI-FI's and STEREOSWe We are open every' nite 'til 8 p.m.
GOOD QUESTION to be
asked our school board wouldbe Also Rent We are open Saturday and Sundays, too!
"Why can't Negroes take
part In the hotel training pro TV by the week or Month
gram being offered by the Dade
County School Board at Llnd- Ford Realty Inc.
sey "Hopkins Education Cen 907 N.W. 2nd AVENUEPhone ,
ter? Or maybe some of us
should Just go ahead and file 569 N.W. 54th Street PL 7.2559
application for the training. FR 4-2044
They train maids, waiters, waitresses .
room clerks, cashiers. :: ;


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Matinee Sun., Jan. 21 3:30 p.m. 'til
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Guest master of ceremonies: Butterball of. Station WMBM

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2nd Ave. and 7th St.
''Elizabeth Hotel Corner N.W.'
Mary
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