Group Title: Miami times.
Title: Miami Times
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028321/00689
 Material Information
Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: February 16, 1963
 Subjects
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028321
Volume ID: VID00689
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 2264129
isbn - 0739-0319

Full Text
11:' .',
-





THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. MIAMI SOLDIER

PAGE 2 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY ,16, 1963 COMMENDED


Sgt. Arthur Brown was highly

Faces Half commended recently by
King ': Harold H. Hodor. commandingofficer
of the First Training
Regiment. Fort Dix, New Jersey F
for his "inlative and good
Million $. Lawsuit Judgement," .and for his conscientiousness


LOS ANGELES A half minor changes before signingand Sgt. Brown came to Miami. d
from in 1027. He
million dollar Breach of con told us to. 'go ahead on the the Pompano Army In May of joined ,
tract suit is being prepared for deal. Meanwhile, we operated and saw duty In the Phillip-
filing against Dr. Martin Luther under our verbal agreement. pines, Japan, Korea and Europe.He !
King, Southern civil rights leader "Later, we heard that Dr. attended Booker T. Wash. ,
says Dootsie Williams; presi King was approached by a ington High School from 1933-38.
dent-of Dooto Records, the na white company which now wanted His wife, Hattie M., is also a Ml- r.L _
tion's; largest Negro-owned recording to record him. Dr. King ask amian.A .
company. ed us for a 20% royalty, whichIs
everything. We had to refuse. daughter, Constance L., attended _
The catalyst for the suit was We then halted production and BTW but graduated
similar action brought by Dr. _. . i
sales of the album, fully expecting from Itazukl High School, IBOBMHMHBBBB -- -
King demanding $200,000 from' that, In the spirit of Japan. Another daughter, Joyce Gulf RepresentativesVisit Gulf Oil also sponsored a cock.
Williams and his company as our previous negotiations, we M, is 1957 graduate of BTW, tail party for the visiting news
penalty for production and re would iron out our difficulties. and a son, Arthur L., 1960 BTW. Local DealersTwo men and friends.
lease of the long-play album, The family lives at Fort Dix. Shown are Frank Odom, Gulf
"Martin Luther. King"at Zion Gulf Oil representativeswere Southern Region Sales Representative
Hatred is the coward's A In the city last week visiting
Hill. revenge brother Ozzie B. Brown, ; Willie Thomas and
for Itelng intimidated lives in Miami at 642 NW 6th local dealers and attending R. C. Coleman, Gulf dealers in
The album, produced, copy. George Bernard Shaw. St. Sgt. Brown is also the recipIent the Newspaper Publishers Miami; and Dan Kean, Gulf
righted and released last year of a Good Conduct Medal. meeting at the Hampton House. public relations representative.
by PICA, a Dooto affiliate, char-
acterizes Dr. King as "the most iii. "
dynamic individual on the cur
rent world scene" and includes I For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call I
hH;) pronouncements on such
subjects as "The Negro Dilema" TONIGHT!
"Dignity and Self Iteespect," and '
"The Ballot" I

Creating a stir in the record- LUXURIOUS NEW p BONDED
Ing industry, the album was ACCOMMODATIONSDOG % :
an Immediate success and is _
currently being considered for sir'
nomination for a Grammy I
Award by Arts the and Academy Sciences.of Recording I RENTAL i>


"When I heard about Dr.
King's suit," Williams said "I # /
was as surprised as I could be, -1
though I had report that he TRACK ,q AGENCY INC.
was disgruntled about the re h ,
lease. But, actually, we have rntsr HAfF 8:15: I M. 4a.A
done nothing illegal, nor any
thing that Dr. King wasn't familiar -
with. GRANDSTANDADMISSION 1 The largest collection and rental

"When Dr. King was here last 4 in the South operating in
June for his appearance at Zion agency ;
Hill, we taped his speech as a '
nubile service. Public Interestwas Dade and Broward Counties'
so high that we entered
into contractual discussionswith
him, having the understanding fJOl'TH' KND Li. I.. IIROOKB Negro Housing areas.
that royaltIss wouldhe
paid to him ((20 cents an al. COLLINS AVE. PresidentMANAGING
bum) and-or the Southern ChrIs.

tian Leadership Conference, AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
which he heads. He agreed to
in and about
everything our
proferred contract exceptingthe 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
royalty rate. But, after receiving -
the contract, he advised Bonded also has employment service at main office
us that he would make only

4150 N.W. 7th Avenue

BARKLEY'S CUT-RATE STORE
--w

"THE FRIENDLY STORE WITH TilE WARM WELCO [E" 11 CONVKNIKNT LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU

1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 42376Dolls
11fJ3 N.W. 3rd AVE. . . .. PR 3.8416. 17325 HOMESTEAD AVE.

from $3.98 to $11.98 Old Spire Cologne 1675 N.W. C2nd ST ................ OX 0-2467 Pcrrlne . .. .. .. .. CE 5-359.1
Bleach and Glow Cream 75f For Men $1.25 1010 N.W. Gth ST.
Old 97 Hergnmont HairDressing Wrisley French Lilac I .1801 GRAND AVE. .. . . HI 5-1S81
50* and $100 Rath Oil $1.50 Ft..6LauderdaJe.. . JA 4-3357
tightening Congestuld. Room 4240 N.W. 27th AVE. .. . NE M1C6 339 nAM.MONDVIL.LN RD.

hair Combs Coloring 79 35** to to $2.98$1.25 Royal Vaporizer, Keno reg.and$2, Po only-Ko-No$1.89 2000 N.W.' 75th ST. .................... 696-3322 Pompano ..... .... WE 3-3235:
14253: N.W. 22nd AVE.
2060 N.W. 3rd CT. . .... FR 1-8003:
TOYS AND GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONSOPEN Opa Locka ...... MU 8-0617

DAILY AND SUNDAY 8 A.l\[. to 10 P.M. MAIN OF FICE

JOHN A. McMINN Owner 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9-8733


-







ae < ij

r.

k
. . A
.



flLJ '


.



; LJ"i') .; "i > : St


1a




Airline & Steamship Tickets Cost NO MORE When Purchased At NORTH'S TRAVEL BUREAU


. 1104 N.W. 3rd Avenue . Phone Jj B WE DELIVER. .



-I )j' '
. '" '
.___ ,_ _._ _... ,..





Progress GoesMarching THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

Readies 2 New Through SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1963 PAGE 3

GeorgiaGeorgia

Boston Attorney is FAMU Sneaker'
Golf Courses,4 Pools refused to turn backto -

the 19th century after court- TALLAHASSEE Attorney chusetts. He is a member of the'

Metropolitan Dade County -bus tour of the facilities along Today enforced the Integration state Is making of schools.rapid Edward W. Brooks of Boston, American, Massachusetts and

Commissioners( ( got a firsthand I with A. D. Barnes, county parks progress in education, indus- will be the commencement Boston Lawyers Bar Association Associations, Ward Trial 12
Jodk gmt courses! and director. trialization, politics end on the speaker at Florida A and M Committee and Massachusetts

Republican
four swinming pools tinder Coil I Commission chairman, JosephA. racial front. I University on April 20, announced Civic 1-eapue.:
struction. Boyd, Jr., explained that the A and M President GeorgeW.
The pools are being built with a These conclusions are made
installations part of Gore Jr. This will beFAMU's
Ben Hibtts former editor of
by ,
$1,017,050 in park improvements, "learn to swim" program in first commencementunder
The Saturday Evening Post in
are in the northern sections of mind. the new trimester system
the "Each pool is designed to accommodate a story on Georgia in the current
county's far-flung park sys which started in September.
issue of the magazine,
a maximum of 125
tem.The students a day and it is possibleto Hibbs was told by the 37-year- Attorney Brooks received theB.
is Haulover Beach course handle over 500 persons per old Governor of Georgia that S. degree from Howard University jOSERVIC\
a par-three and the at
layout the state "can't have real AN
day under normal teaching con pro in 1940 and the LL.B.
Greynolds Park Is a par 36, ditions," said Boyd.Commissioner gress in the midst of social up. and master of laws degree from
3,133 yard layout. Both are Tom Sasso, heavals . we are going to Boston University in '48 and '49
scheduled for completion July 4.
chairman of the board's Parks obey the laws." respectively
Seven swimming pools, to be Committee, pointed out that the
ready June 1, are at Norwood pools are l/elng built adjacentto Georgia has grown from a ru Attorney Brooks is director of
Myrtle Grove, Bunche Park andLittle schools 'so that swimming in. ral southern state to a highly In. the following organizations: William Pinder, Sr.
River, in the northern structions can be given year dustrialized area. The poultry New England Hospital, Boston
part of the county, and Trop 'round." Industry and the agricultural University Law School Alumni Professional Piano Tuner
ical Estates Richmond Heigths The new park facilities were revolution have converted idle Association, Urban League of And' Repairer
and Cutler Ridge, in tho south- financed with a bond issue to crop lands into pastures for Greater Boston, Inc., Boston 1935 N.W. 153rd St.
cattle and trees for scientific Council, Inc., Scouts
ern section. which utility franchise fees are i Boy of
The commissioners made a pledged. forestry. On the political front, America, The Opera Group, and Opa-locka
I the old system the Republican Club of Massa- Phone MU 8-3770
has been eliminate and
Georgia has reapportioned its
state senate.In .

the past generation, according ,
to Ben Hibbs' article in the SSs
Post, Georgia has become a major
manufacturing area; the
trend continues at an increasing
pace.


ANDREWS JEWELERS'
j
r EXPERT WATCH AND.
1
CLOCK REPAIRS
6 40 Yean in lluslnews s '
All work guaranteed

303 N.W. 2nd Ave. YYIY IIYY fAEE DELIVERY (A" DRUG

Jt5'I FR 3-0152 6750 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone 691-6651
HAROLD JOLLIVUTTld. Msnaary

I .


,
Recently commissioned in the lando; Clarence Williams of Ar 1
1.VA
United States Army at FloridaA cadia, and Robert Woolfork of
West Palm Beach. Lt. Careywas _.. .. -- ?
and M University. Left to
designated Distinguished
right are Charlie C. Spellers of Military Graduate and anticipates they
Orlando; Albert I, Brooks of At. being commissioned in la this .
lanta, Ga., Roland Carey of Mi the Regular Army in the near ,it
ami; Theodore Johnson of Or- future.
1 "Pfnup'Gfrlygur I Iq"

: .
Mahalia Jackson On Dugie's Guest House husband { :

I The house of clean rooms 4I,
"Lamp Unto My Open 24 hours NE 4-3851 fr Is married '0 :1"

Feet Seeing is BelievingSee -
i. 1f
us for clean rooms ; ,
Mahalia Jackson, internationally Jamaica Dugie, always a i I J
renowned gospel singer, friends I '"
sings five spirituals in the sec- 2941 NW 47th St., Miami I 0
ond of a two-part series titled ,
"And Joy is My Witness" on oj J I
"Lamp Unto My Feet" Sunday, y
Feb. 17 10 to 10:30: a.m. on the
CBS Television Network. INDUSTRIALELECTRONICS ,\," .

Miss Jackson sings "Out of r
the Depths," "The Love of
God," "How We Got Over," "I '. ':'f' I"
Wasn't Going to Tell Nobody"and EVENING CLASSES /Iif)' t, \
"Just a Closer Walk With
Thee." REGISTER HOWl clotheslines '."

The broadcast was taped at H.OH. FR 1-1439 are for
Bethel Temple Church in New "
York City. Dr. George Crothersis
host. the birds!

"And Joy is My Witness" is
produced by Lane Slate and directed /! ) N

for the by Public Marvin Affairs Silbersher Depart- electric dryer .

ment of CBS ,News. ---- 1 t

Painless Office Treatment of

RUPTUREPILES r ENDS WASHDAY DRUDGERY

Rectal Disease*, Varicose Veins. Pro- No more lifting lugging and hanging. No moro Bluo
.tate-No loot time-Discard Truss nSSSrKi! day *' "SUN y" when an automatic
Upon Correction of Rapture. Dryer dON the work. \ ",...,
DR. LONG'S CLINIC ,
'
1535 aW. let 8t-FR 32748. A general health service Simply eet the dial . and Jf"801! Wash 'n wears most .
delicate fabrics and .
even woolen blanket come out sweet-
ariling, soft, fluffy and wrinkle-frree. No eun-fading.
wind-damage or dlrtmudging. r!

STAR MEAT MARKET ,l t Saves time,steps,health and money.Saves YOU A flame- ,.' {
!toss Electric Clothes Dryer is easy to install anywhere
(no flue needed) and cheap to operate. 7

1520 N.W. 62nd Street For complete washday freedom
all
\L go -electrtc in your
laundry with automatic Electric Washer Clothea
Dryer,
.. .
-I.------- i 2 25wiBl ft Ironer, and wper.fast, euper-safo II
Heater. See your electric appliance dealer '
,' \ :
THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE ; a


.... An Oetrt Ofytr oriHHHr 'k( );r.P'gY.... ..... :1
err oxr4ira 00

Fresh Meat-Low Prices FLOftllA rOWER t LIGHT I COMPANYMetro '"

Mw/N.IYrt1toia 'A r,',....., t


r



.
-'- -
*!i :.
: t I-f1l'--w- r + "



----







4 SATURDAY FEBRUARY 16, 1963 BUSINESS AND Women Discuss Educationat


j 'PROFESSIONALWOMEN KG Forum Sunday .


CLOSE, ; On Sunday, Feb. 17 at. 3:45: principal of bouglas Elemen
i John's tary; Mrs. Ida Ratcliffe, principal
St.
p.m. in the beautiful of Brownsville Jr. High and
r w r r 1 r E 'JCU'tIVE"EET;: Institutional Baptist Church! Mrs; Elizabeth Pittman, princi

the King of Clubs, Inc., will pre- ,pal of Poinciana Park Elementary

J N.W;lBth Avenwv-PTione OX 1.0421 The} National Association of sent the second program of its ,
OtIU
MMn\ p40I40'
Profession Music for the afternoon
Fn 2380 Negro Business a Asa will
Florida-Phone Series.
bN.W.
'Irn+M+lr+nf'1f1l: .: Third Ave.\Uaml. al Women's' Clubs, Inc., held 1DG3 Annual Forum be handled by one. of Miami's

l i/'It, SIrnMMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher meet result of the fine reception 'outstanding musical grottos .....
executive
midwinter '
their
flAUTII C. HKMVW8, Manning Editor that was given to DtYounger!. ,, The (Jostlel Choir tif dreat J-
this
----- -- ,Ing at"the Hampton ,House and Howard McMillan when )Bethel AME! Church. Wilbur .Ellisoli -
Member of the Associated"" Negro Press' past "week. This marked the'first oh the is president arid Mrs. Naomi
1f.tntxt.nf!; ; I ho J National Netffcpnper; Publishers! Association! time In the 28 year-history they were speakers Symonette is directress.
ah even
'-.- of this women's organization opening forum, layer The King of Clubs, with Daniel .
bimsCllIPTION RATES audience is expected
the executive meetings Francis as president
that R. and
ONK<<: ,YKAIt $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00-_ FOREIGN f 0.00 ,were held In a city that' had no( ',The reason may well center

I.:nterll: :: I'a8 Si'coucl *Matter: August:D, 1027, at the Post Offlc4 local chapter. about the fact that the women

.: nt_ Miami, Florida under the' ftcfr of Marc14,0. ,',:3870'' 'of Miami will be In the spot <.'
the
light. They will discuss
: series: "Quality
theme of this
This is News Education for All Children, > '
IOn How? When?" They will employa t.'

Wednesday evening the Most Reverend' Coleman panel to bring out the many

Carroll, bishop of the Miami Diocese of the Roman Cath- Serving interesting as the points very of active this theme.mod-

olic Church was the speaker at a meeting in ,St. .Phillips, ..-- '
Episcopal Church. ', 'A: I'

Bishop Carroll was introduced by the Rt. Rev. JamesL. I'y

Duncan, suffragan bishop of ,the Diocese of South Flor- ---

ida with residence in Miami. Hr'n'C
MRS. ELIZABETH PITTMANOtis
Bishop Carroll spoke of the opening sessions of the wlllF
James as Forum Chairmanis
Ecumenical Council he attended in Rome. extending individual invitations -

to the presidents of the
He said that' legislatively the council had accomplished many women clubs and sororities -

nothing, but that the intangible spirit of unity generated along with their members

archbishops .. .... . ._.
than
-
by the gathering of more 2,500 bishops, --- - .-

and cardinals from 132 nations was having a pro- '

found effect both inside and outside the Catholic Church. .J


There is not likely to 'be unity in the Christian church ------.-.....- 6rr

in our lifetime, but a better atmosphere has been created .() OXri N: A. 1IOLMKS:

nnd continues to be better, said the bishop. 'i': "
One of the purposes of the

This address was enthusiastically applauded.This heads of other local chaptersahd
their national president,
was a historical occasion in Miami. We repeat, Mrs. Florence Allen Holmes, e bRM' 5a

this is news. We are reminded of the Miami Times' mot- conducting these meetings In MIIH.: CHARLOTTE I..... CLARK

to : "The times are changed .and we are changed with.. Miami, was to organize a local
them." chapter. erator will be Mrs Mayme Eve
lyn Williams, assistant principal -
According to Mrs. Holmes, for guidance at B. T. Washington -
the meetings were highly successful High. Panelists will be:

Our Tax Roll / nlong with a local chap. Mrs. Charlotte Ford) Clarke, ( ;: ",
ter being formed. Installation of = ': ,,"
officers for the newly formed .. -- '
Metro's tax roll is far better than most others in Flor- local chapter was held at the ;. ,-- I.j' ,;

ida, but-still isn't good enough, says, .Dade, County Attor- Hampton House ,on Thursdayof '.,'
this week. '
ney Darrey Davisi. \::'
Aside from a number of high.
.
iL
form'as
The answer he said,. Is "equitable and un i ,:
ly productive business sessions, 'J.,,....
sessments lat full cash value, which. is something less these talented business and professional "
'
,
than the sales ,price." women displayed a remarkable MRS MAYME WILLIAMSto
aptitude in planningthe
Davis called attention to the 'Florida'Supreme Court's lighter side of their activities be special guests and'sit in
that tended to keep interest the seats that will be reservedfor
1961 decision allowing Metro to discard, its controversial
them. All guest are
at its peak during the entire J groups
assessment and try again. He thinks the court may run three-day period.A requested to supply ushers with

out of patience if it does not, finish equalization' and com- the names of their organizations
ply with the full cash value l law., luncheon was held hosted on Saturday 4
afternoon by
MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev.
County Manager Irving McNayr sees the matter, Moss H. Kendrix, representing
Coca-Cola Industries at which
E. M. Thomas, pastor
somewhat different. The is not'rendy to ac'cess
county
Ume awards were presented Phyllis Myers, reporterOn
property at full cash valuo ... several outstanding Miamians, ; Fell. 23 the junior churchIs
and Mr. Kendrix. The highpoint
behalf
sponsoring a program on
Tax assessor Sam Elcock said ,'he.,,has been equalizing of the luncheon came with of their Youth Day program .
assessments at 50 per cent of market value, ., : the accepting of Mr. Kendrlx's 1P! which will come off in
application for membership in March. Many different church
It seems to us it would be""much ,better to,leave full this formerly nIl women's or .\ choirs and organizations will be

assessment alone until it is forced upon ua. 'If t'axes'now ganization.A : there to help make the pro

assessed are collected* there should be little to, worry' banquet held Saturday attended :MRS. IDA RATCLIFFE gram a success. The public is
invited .
about. Some taxpayers find it, .difficult 1'0'p'ay, 50 per cent By more than 150 executives to come.Attention
new members, and
of the market value. friends, brought to on end the

mid-winter meeting ,activities of TO DRINK ,OR Eastern
the Club,
Governor Farris Bryant said on Tuesday that the NOT TO DRINK

state faces a critical need in its effort to meet the finan- Mrs. Holmes speaking the Hv StarsThe
sessions GLORIA
banquet, closed the PAYNE
cial demands of education and conservation >and that new with pledging $1,000 pu'h'p:1r: : (Mays High School) members of Hill's Chap-

taxes might be in store for Florida residents. for five years to the NAACP, The ter No. 48, Order of Eastern
tl.a from the national body for problem of teenage drink. Star cordially Invite and
Present planning to 'anticipate future needs and "such cases: as the Meredith hig has come Into increasing your friends to attend you their annual
prominence
how to pay for them can,save the state millions' dollars case." Modernization.since" It the "Age of chocolate sip, Sunday, Feb.

in trying to catch up, said the Governor. ',: She also said. "All NANI3PWC though no fellow thinks seems he is as a 24, from 4 to 6 p.m. at the homeof
Mr. and 7136
Mrs. F. Miller,
women are interested in every man or no girl feels apart of
phase of life that affects our the\ crowd until she takes that NW 16th Ave. F23

Political Waters Calmed. citizens, regardless/ of race, first drink.' -
'
creed or color I have been
doing a study on or Not to Drink." I hope your
the.,
E The Rev. Theodore Gibson, ''president of the Miami Physiological Effects: and Psychological decision will be a good one, "for
of Alcohol
i branch of the NAACP and a member of the National past year,and a half. I feel for it the is what we "are to be we are now
Superintendent
Board of that organization has been appointed as a mem- my duty os a fellow student anda becoming.

ber of the political conventon committee of Florida fellow American to warn you In the event someone would
I Guest SneakerFeb. (teenagers) of the deterioating like to confer with me as to my
His appointment followed 'a conference held this effects of alcohol. findings and other problems, I
week between the committee and state, president of the 9unds", 17, nt 3 p.m the Beginning next week, I will may be reached on weekdaysfrom
superlnt'' ndent. Robert I,. Taroof begin a series of articles to help 5-9 p.m. and all day Sat-
NAACP the Rev. A. Leon The NAACP leader
Lowry. the, Dade County Children's you decide whether "To Drink.II.II.II.IIJI.T.JT urdays at this number HI 53030.

had asked the National Convention authorities- not to come Home P. Kendall will be the ,>Y.1'I'.!f.> J J .. .T.Y,y___ ..A.... _n .. n A.... .. .. .. ....
to Florida because of the segregation the state. However principal, speaker at the

all differences were settled and the consensus of month) prognltlon Day, pro- JOIN THE YOUNG DEMOCRATSContribute
H" will be
gram. presented by
opinion was that the controversy 'wasart unfortunate result Alfonso Williams, supervisor.

of lack of communication between the convention Prayer will he offered bv to your country's progress Start now

committee and the Florida Conference of'the' NA'ACP.. George Tnnps, ->nd sirs. Netti by joining: the Dade County Young Democratic
Brown "lll rive the vote of Association
Calling ALL Democrats for the 2nd
It is pleasing to know that this stumbling block has thanks. T'av. Ernest HutchesonJr. and 4th _
Tuesday of each attend
month Plan to
.; will offer the benediction.This .
been removed from Miami's way in her effort to bring the first regular meeting of 1963 Meet

one or both conventions to Miami Beach. One of ,these monthly affair honors friends at the Liberty Square Auditorium Febru-your
conventions could bring much into our the outstanding boys and girls on
as as $50,00.0,000 ary 19, at 8:30
p.m.-An hour worth while.
from several of the cottages! your
community,;. Membership fee $1.00.
many of whom will be participating -

We join with all those who 'are :congratulating, Fr. on this! program. DADE COUNTY YOUNG DEMOCRATIC ASS'N

Gibson, Rev Mr. Lowry and others on the committee. You are invited to attend. '1"" Ir"'II'.I ""lr "I1f'P-tt-R' ...Mil...... .....vrPAGE ..", At.....M.II If..::11.........







....w.. .
_



: :.-
.......
...-..-
I '
"- I

,

Girls Sought For Legion to Host: THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. 'J.

Swim ContestEnter I SATURDAY FEBRUARY 16, 1963 PAGE S I,,
Suit '*\' '
10th Division I'
;>> t. :
today for the national. Musical Tea The program has. been plan II '
ly recognized Ray Mitchell's The American LegIon John . ned with you in mind. Come I
North-South Swim Suit Con Griffin Post No. IG5 will be host Floral Heights Elementary out for?an afternoon of enjoyment I,! ;"
test Wednesday. Feb. 20 at the to the 10th Division of the 11th hoot C Parents and Teacherp ASsbCIation '- and enter 1nment; I ) I ,
Sir John Hotel. District Constitution and ByLaws Invites you and yours Mrs M. Ruff, president;. Mr.G. .. '
meeting Sunday, Feb. 24 tai Its" annual Musical Tea Sun. Albert, principal; R. e'Ver:1;::,I>
First prize, $100 scholarship; at the Dixie Park Auditorium, day, Felix 17, 4 to 6 .pone: Ity reporter. (I'' t I
second $00; third, $25, plus three 340 NW 13th St. Meeting time is I'1'' ;/
beautiful trophies. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.. .
Girls 16.20 will te on u
poise, personality an Judged' .' M. E. Penton, Veterans Ser I J
Contact director Mrs. Ann vice officer for Dade and Mon. .,.j '
Llndsey Packard, PL roe Counties will be guest speak. 4fh'
1.1475;/ Ann's Guest douse, ,FR er. All Legionaires and wives ;
'f
9-9155.; and other veterans and wives I. .
ire urged to be present. : jtWf

Robert L. Clark Is commander I
National Beauty John Griffin Post and
Arthur Baker is commander of I
the 10th C
alon WeekLet's Division.

r
-- --
all be beautiful during Young DemocratsTo The Holsum Bakers has an 31CD1b
and after National Beauty Salon nounced the appointment of Ray fIitU\U! :
Week. Joseph as sales solicitor Mr. (Q13c!t :

Sunlight School of Beauty Meet TuesdayMembers Joseph who joins the Holsum "-_,, I56., .- -pre" II
Culture urges every individualto Sales Division was owner-opera the fact 01rOof .,.
visit your beautician this and friends of the tor of three mobile grocery units \I ar1l\neal in
week, let her show you the Dade County Young Democratswill prior to his appointment at Hoi- taz. admire. ;to 011l'ED. \)
value o makeup to you. Beauty meet Tuesday night at 8'clock ,um. lie graduated from Food .'
really begins well below the in, the auditorium of the Service School in the U., S. Art /'
surface of your skin in the Liberty'Square Housing Project: my and Is well versed with the
bone structure of your face. Hoard members will meet at caking industry.Mr. .
Your features of course may 7.30: Just prior to the regular Joseph lives at 15720 NW THE MIAMI NEWS i
not be perfect since hardly any. membership meeting. 17th court, Opa-locka with his
one ever are.However Garth C. Reeves, president; wife Beatrice and his young son '' April 11, 2950 \
Ruby L. Thomas, secretary. Michael. 'Dad. County I. fortunatr
by letting JR f. that
your a candldat. John B.
beautician show you how to of the Florida Iloust to'ucceed hlmaelt a. a member ORR ,
R.pre.entatlvtI
effectively use your makeupyou )
will enhance your good "ORn who cornet from
points and minimize those that 1 ubJlo alfalrl and a prOn"r. lInam' ftmtiraettv.la
are less flattering to you. Trust I LOTS $99High rnadt an adm/rable/ heord In OUtle.the lloult e all of hi. i1f',
your beautician, she is your . .";
friend.To "ORn I. Credited
"tit
the beauticians: : Please h. ptltcl GOT: Colitnt. plan many aecompiiahmeatt 1
In subdivision Putnam goal.d.tats to '
rolling ground. new eon.tltutlon revhe the I"U.
visit some institution for the unnotabl. out ot eonimlllee
Old People during National County near Gainesville, Florida. ,Two lakes, private among the 8.nat. action. Ill, voting record derplt.
Beauty Salon Week and give Collin' progamoat eon"ltent advocates war
them a manicure. beach, fishing, boating ideal for investment, summer ot the

Visit the orphanage and beau. home or year round living. 7lm ''WAS nlm; Fms'
tify our children. The Lord will RECENT YEARS IN THE PUDLiq FrOUBE r N
bless you for your efforts These big 40x125 lots are priced at $199. Special OUT TilE NEED R PROVIDING STATE TO PorN'

I sales price this week only $99 cash. RESENTATION p p R DADE COUNTY l\fORE\ .REI'; .

Some lake front lots also available on easy terms

Morning Tribune_
FOR INFORMATION CALL OWNERS, 6,1957.in The Tampa
June it
\
barre\1\ for folks\
FR 9-1842 FR 1-9953 pa II rk
or "111' 1I0UI' d nNtlo ably' .It ltkea Olttt/"
.
s uka Unq
t
x'34 i doom
..... -...--
.. -.- May 31,1957,1. The Daytona Beach ,
I II Morning Journal
I MIAMI CONTINENTAL MODELS \ :,:;

".., ORR'a personal' 1 Integrity and sincerity has
PRESENT ,
1\I If given Mm a virtually unassailable reputation

I among his, fellow members In the lloui." I

k. ,tepd Fashions Around The WorldI ,
; '
r K Sentinel
i 1+Y
Orlando i
in The In the f
,
121966 men
Feb' fo"rUtOUI
oat
Tt4I1tv 01\R I.on' of the rn
'

r I 0Y W glslaturs"I

I I'

...... SI "1

Receives PromotionMrs
'
Andel W. Mlckins, for. L+
merly a classroom teacher at
Holmes Elementary School was
recently promoted to the position Y' .' 1
of assistant principal for 3t '

curriculum and Is now serving :
in that capacity at the Liberty t v
City Elementary School.

Mrs. Mtckins, a native of Cen L
'
tral, S. C., came to Dade County Y .
in 1952, with a rich background .
of experience In the
teaching profession, social, civIc
and religious work. Since
Joining the local ranks here in +p
1952, Mrs. Mickins' contributionhas .
been outstanding In the ,1
areas she served.

Mrs. Mlckln! earned the B. S.
degree from Tuskegee Institute, !!
advance study, Iowa State Col. : p !i iar O \
lege, Ames, Iowa; and the M.A. :
degree from Columbia Univer
,

sity.Mrs. w :
Mlckins Is certified in v '
vocational home economics, ele .p
mentary education, administration
and supervision grades 1- .,
12. While studying at ColumbiaMrs.
Mlckins accepted the invi
tatlon to membership in PI a
Lambda Theta and Kappa Delta Lazier Jtwftle Bmlth ,
FEATURED MODELS: Ruby Hylvla
PI National Honor Societies
McFord, Shirley Turnqulwt, Ctirmen Doabrechat and Ruby
Her name has been recommended j Curry Thelma McDonald, narrator. I
for inclusion in the

American 19G3-4 edition Education.In of Who's. Who in 1963 SHOW AND DANCEMr. : !1

JnnieM of Hlr John Wig Shop
addition to the many affiliations .
KNIGHT BEAT SIR JOHN HOTEL
social
in professional, ;
,
civic and religious organizationsMrs. Wednesday, February 20 9:00 p.m.
Mickins Is the wife of the .

Rev. Isaac.c. Mlckins, Church pastor Admission: Advance $1.75 At Door $2.00
of Mt. Olivette ,Baptist
and: motherof son, 16 months For advanced tickets and table reservations phone FR 3-3381
old Isaac C., II. """'\ -...,

t
j



.. -.... -.

--- = --= -- -'.. .. .-... .. .. .--. t t .
..... 11 ../ /'/ If. ). 1 -0. +
,J '... , ",_'" '!1.J"-/J.. "" f '.r. \ ,.."



------
.. .
'
'-'
:' .
,;"
I COMPLETE :


A I ; FOOD STOR


ft A 27th A ve. at 54th St

N EVE R CLOSED -- Prices Good thru February 16th, Welter's AC Store Q/j/|,
KEYS MADE MONEY ORDERS LIGHT BILLS NOTARY PUBLIC
. - ..... "
GRADE A FLORIDA FAYMOUS
FRYERS Ib 290 Sliced Bacon Ib 350oaa.

.
Pork Chops Ib 490 Roll'= Sausage 35

,
DIRR'S SMOKED D IRR'S
SausagePig Ib59f Picnics ,. Z50

DIRR'S
Tails Ib 150 FRANKS Ih 45

..
ProduceTREE Frozen-Dairy
FOLGERS-ALL GRINDSCOFFEE
RIPENED SHUR FRESHBiscuits
Grapefruit lIb 59 3. 25

3 for IO SUNSHINE SWEETSUGAR- 2 LBS.KRAFT VELVETTA

SIbs 29* Cheese 79c
Lemonsdozen
(With $5.00 Order or more)
FAMILY SIZE FARM HOUSE
12 OUNCE CHEF BOYARDIE
39 Pizza Pie Cheese 3. $1.00 PIES 25
Apple, Peach Cherry
POTATOES 5LBS.i TALL EVAPORATED
i Russets 29 Pet Milk 6 for 79* FLEISCHMAN'SOLEO 371.
-- -
t LOWEST PRICES r IN TOWN WATCH OUR SIGNBOARDS _
I- We Cash Payroll Chocks Cold Beer At All Times Open 24 Hours DAILY/ I
t 303 UBBY GOLDEN
p300" HUNT'S SLICED OR HALVES
Cream Style Corn, 2. 250 Peaches 154

16 OUNCE c.B.-A. 2 FOR
300 LYKES

, .,j Spaghetti &. Meatballs 390w Chili with Beans 23E

UBBY ONE OUNCE MAISON ROYAL
; Whole Kernel Com 2 250 Black Pepper lO
"
oo HUNT'S 12 OUNCE.LYK69Lunch ':/'I:. -
; Fruit.CocMail. : 19 Meat -39t

...
.wk: . .... .
-
"I'Y::!' -
W.fi', --



-

'.--,-,. "


I T

Jake Says Rattlers to Pass More in '631 Bunche ParkRecreation TEIE MIAMI JMES MIAMI, FLA.

CenterThe I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1963 PAGE 7 !
TALLAHASSEE Florida' ly. We'll devote this training ._
A&M: University's Rattlers will period to passing, working on boy's basketball season '! )
pass more In '63, declared Coach our reverses, and looking For and girls soccer league will North DadeRecreation Monroe Rivers 56, Wallace Francis Ii
Jake Gaither after mid-winter replacements for the men lost soon come to a close. The junior 55, James Keller 52, Eddie I :1
training here last week. from the '62 squad." boys are about half-way throughthe CenterThe Byrd 48 and Willie Chester 40. : '1

The Rattlers opened the 20-() The Rattlers are losing one games second and it half has of been their exciting league These points were scored as I 4'I J
day training program on Feb. end, four tackles, two guards, from beginning through current center this week was of Feb. 3. .,, '
4 while Coach Gaither was attending one quarterback, six halfbacksand games. busy with tournaments. Saturday Two weeks re'I' .
three I more of play
a meeting In Miami. not a single fullbacks.loss at center.There was The next phase of our activities Domse Wilcox and Prince maining in the first half of tne It
Forty-eight
players, Including will be track for the Junior Williams participated In the league. '"
27 lettermen, are out for the Returning for action In '63 girls and volleyball for the boys. countywide ping pong tournament .
four-days-a-week sessions.on will be six ends, three tackles, This cycle will begin sometimenext held at Youth Fair and In the Teenage League the
Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdaysand six guards four centers, twoquarterbacks month. the center was Jumping with a Rams are still leading with 4-0. yIn
Fridays."We four halfbacksand We have free throw tournament about Monday night's games the .
two fullbacks. recently added 55 girls and boys participated.The Rams defeated the Guns 54-42. .
Intend to bring In rhythms to our program for the Eugene Fulton led his team '.'
around 17 or 19 freshmen to Central State College (Ohio) 1st and 2nd grade girls and boys. Adult baseball league Is with 15 points and Shelly Grif-
fill the vacancies left by the 17 Is the only change In the Ratt- They will be taught simple folk still In full swing. The Knights fen of the losers also made 15
lettermen lost from the '62 lers' 03 grid slate. Central replaced dances, and also how to play took over the lead by defeating points. Boa Constrictors defeated
squad," he said. Coach Gaither Allen University. The rhythm band Instruments. I the Jets 101 to 61, Stanley Me the Bulldogs 29-25.
limits his squad to 65 players. game will be played on Nov. 2 Rhythm day Is Monday for 1st Kain led his team with 22
A at a _site yet to be announced. graders and Friday for the 2nd. points and Willie Chester was
and M used four quarter graders. close with 19.
backs who passed for 1,407 Last week the children DR. M. RADIN
yards In '62. Jim Tullis was the were The standing of the league
If I
wished
to punish my enemy treated to a visit by the Duncan
leading passer, completing 43 of I should make him hate spinning top champ. They dem- now Is the Knights 4-0, Vikings Sunday 10 n.m. 12 noon
105 attempts for 11 touchdownsand somebody.-Hannah More. onstrated the use of the tops 3-0, North Dade Boostqrs 3-2, Obstetrics
four conversions. and taught them how to per- Airman Allstars 1-3, Warroirs
Continuing, he said: form many tricks. Many of the 1-3 and Jets 0-1.The league highpoint General Practice
men are, Albert Sands 65,
"We don't Intend to put In Miami Times Ads children were awarded tops, I
any new plays for the fall now. sweat shirts and spinning top 1159 NW 3rd Aye.
We will use more reverses this emblems.
Get Fast Results reatlonal each week and Pone 374.1419
news ,
year than we have used recent. Don't forget to read your rec- .
keep abreast of all the happenings "
In your area. Come out and Open dally 1 D a.m. 8 p.m.

1_ __ __ -- .-.- 'support your center.

: -

__
_It Investigate Without Obligation "


Care-CraftSchool for Nurses Aids


,, Fall and Winter Classes Now Forming .

Ten Weeks Course Day or Night

REGISTER NOW


141 N.E. 3rd Ave., Rm. 1204 FR 9.7357

I -

lt'JI'.I.I.I.I.I.I.Ir"" ;,I.IULAL.lUUUUI:

Lovely, new, spacious home3BEDROOM

2 BATH, GARAGE

2920 N.W, 50th Street

fr'f J p d :w-
,
4 CITY WATER LARGE LOT

... :_ .:.-- -----.-" --.._-. _.___ ,._A_ __- -_.A'-- __,... ......-.-.
I Built on your lot No money down
Alpha Phi Alpha the real Alpha Spirit among all Paschal, president; Ira Davis,
I, the Brothers present. William Murrell, Carl Hall, Lot and! homes. We pay' cash quickly
Fraternity HoldsReclamation Enjoying this very special George Littlefield, George Ham
rl event were the following: Ilton, Eirkus Dalles, Sam Forde, NEED CASH? CALL JE 8.1340.JIlC.zJU
BanquetOur Standing from left: Brothers Charles Ingraham, James Cash
real first effort toward Walter Tanner, Jonathan Thurs. Insert: Bro. Daniel Francis. /. nirtnrir. inr IT jf.jr.ir ifjTJfjrjrjr ir wa jfjfjrinr anririf ir i iTTTHIT
Reclamation held Saturday ton Stan Johnson, Robert Ford, "=-
was on ZaX2MmZTC rnglS rim TOIT! Tnt Tint:Tim! mr TTTTT TIIK MIH ynrTnt: TTTT:TntTTrfrnmTTTTTiTirTniTTPTT TIIH nnTTmrWl/
Jan. 26 at the beautiful Levi Johnson Bill Rolle, Pat. I
Bunche Lane Bowling Alley rick Range, Earl Finley, John
meeting room. A special program McKinney, Paul Joseph, Lawrence GROUP II GROUP II
which Included a banquetwas Thompson, Warren Wel.
held expressing profound ters, James Matthews, Edward
thanks to the Reclaimed Broth McCray, Donald Jones, William
Anderson, Eugene Duncombe,
ersFortunately, three charter Carl Rhetta, Carl Williams, .d." '''1. c:
members of Beta Beta Lambda Frank Stirrup, David Dobbs,
Clinton Stenson, Ronald Young, ,;
Chapter were present; namely: 1", ( '"
.
Brothers Dr. N. Colston, Dr. w. Ben Atkins. :
Murrell and Dr. I. P. Davis. Seated: Brothers Isaac Meares, ':, k, 4 ,', .1 ;..,
Each one of these Brothers Henry McKinney, Lambert ,,\/J A'l"l"l ., .. ' "
gave the history of our chapter Reed, Earl Allen, James Gay, ,. "
which was very Inspiring and Willon Taylor, Nathaniel Col.
uplifting. Their talks pepped up ston, Kenneth Walker, Fletcher

,'I'J 1i

w THIS is YOUR OPPORTUNITY! .f' s.yv a'if'.J A .

\ PREPARE FOR

I, J(' 'v1,' A YII i
[CIVIL SERVICE ,.' "'( \ :',
\ ': I,
:. '4. .
JOBS '' xqm'!
; '
w ,I ,'. I

!t ;t I AND ASSURE YOURSELF ,, troll'I' '1"':

1 LIFETIME SECURITY j" 1.1 1\ ";"'

r [ WOMEN 18To5( : ED, HINES
,
;
+ Grammar school wfficftnt for .1 .

many (ebf. Rtcttvo full information .
L on how to g.l a gov'f. "i Pf. The Man We Can Trust

whlto lob. Kop training.your ........t fob ..\1,;"}. The People's Friend

npaer--aawst w ewrNo ; :. His Word Is His Bond
I -
k, H ff' AND HE ASKS YOUR SUPPORT
.
stmh

Automatic Pay.Rols.s No 1ayoffs, Feb.VoteFOrEDHINES 26 N

'. ..Paid Paid Sick P t PNaions c Tuesday .

All days

Key Training of So. Fla.
North Miami Beach, Via.k .
Phone Wilson 54413
Suite 34, 1110 NJB. 163rd St. '

MAIL Name _______.. .. ......... : Group II
}
t.I COUPON Street . ............. Apt. _,. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26th

!/ TODAY City !

Phone No. f.






_.... .. ...._1 iW i-::- .
,. ..., -
_, "" ,
W<'.;'" . .r '" 't. I I. ;/!' !\ ",



-
11






i THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. MT. TABOR Thus Saith :The.Lord Announcement a .


\y PAGE 8 SATURDAY FEBRUARY: 16, .1963 Rev.Miss Dessie P. S. Brown Crocket,minister reporter, In .the veeks to follow as 4he .> Mrs..' fcttliM.\ .'HarAon'? 1014]

I Lord allows{ we will share thebible NW 5th Ave. requests ,the honorof

I II. .. "Launch out into the depthsof teaching on the person o.| *" ;'
St. Agnes ECW .. Men's Day At Jpur,. ef8.at4 the .
I. God's Word, into His Love, the Holy Spirit. HetyppW*' riage; d6'herughterIGenevato :::
Mt. OlivetteOn His Will Do not remain in shallow names in the Scriptural' ;Uehs Robert tH.
Officers InstalledThe Ghost Comforter Washington ori
Holy the
waters. In order to reach Sunday the fifF
( :17th' bruarv
Truth Spirit $
I Sunday,. Feb 37 the gal. the other shore safely, you must Spirit of rt'Wft' : half'))ast seven o'clock in the
others, *
newly elected officers of laht men*'of:the ML: Ollivette launchout through faith into the and many ,evening at the Mt.,:Zion }paptist

the Episcopal Churchwomen ot Baptist, NW 1st Ct. deep."-Luke 5:4.: We find in the Bible"'the Holy'; Church, ,Miami. .
St. Agnes'' Parish were impres.svely will qh\liJ..450
; 13th annual ministries fI
Such the words of admonition Spirit, has many '' Ha'rrlson
I ; Installed at the Solemn Men's ; are moving were I and the'ministries many times: ''Mr particularly ex-
I Evensong Service on Sunday under th*' '<<
evening at 7 o'clock.In their chairman; Bro. George Wil Tabor entered intp its Sunday With example, His work in this:age, many' the citizenry :and

kerson and acon Hudan H. morning worship service. is different than any other:age..,' acquaintances' because of the
the of the
presence outgoIng out a building but not withouta : '
Johnson lmpossibIIitybf'sending(
,
cochairman.By in
I , officers, the installation church 'out.InGod's We shall learn pf ''Himtunder. an
; moving each
popular Dr. A we are "! vitation to of you"Indivi
jpquest different
I conducted the several J studies;
; was by
ceremony Services inspi-
Leon returning name. are dually. ,ARof( you ,have been
as a so
; rector, the Ven. John E. Culmer. guest speaker for the second rational and make us even more 1. Holy Spirit fs Cod (kind tft: our, /amll#' over the
,. ; He thanked those who had servo determined to "bring forthfruit" : thB- Old '"
:' ed faithfully and diligently and consecWiy cit ecyithY. Dr. Lowery Ispastor in His service. 2. Holy spirit: ,and. '. ; 10 11 Years' " 'l .
Testament3. /
{ admonished those who will follow .the Beulah Baptist I a ,Our" family fdels:ra
Christ. sense of
Church Spirit and .
.
TSUnpa, and Holy ,
i to let their light shine:forth the presidentof The Mt. Tabor family was and theVorla.I profound gratitude and there
Spirit
FlteWa State Conferenceof 4. Holy
for the glory of God. He also Branches made 'very happy and proud of and Salvation. fore welcomes the presence of
asked that they be faithful, zeal. of the NAACP. Dr. two of its sons; Brother Roscoe 5. Holy Spirit each and every. person. in the
\ and the Dellev-
Lowery is 6. Holy Spirit
a 'preacher.
great
ous, sincere and humble in all Speed who appeared with his community to E snare in this

tasks. The public is invited to hear choral group on Channel 10 TV er.7. Holy Spirit and the Future. event. There are 'friends among

Canon A. J. DuBoIs executive this man of God both in the and Brother Hagen Eason who you ,whose nanies1 are'hot,known
I director of the American, Church morning and evening- services. was appointed a supervisory position The Holy Spirit Is the most to' the family;; and we, want all

Union New York who was the A wonderful program featuring in the local Post Office. misunderstood person of the of you ,to know that you are
,
the excellent music has been provided May God bless them and may Trinity. So often man has taken welcome.
guest speaker, preached ser
The officers for your' edification.T. . they continue to make a place one or two verses on the Spirit ,
mon. following for themselves in the community. and taught others contrary to
were installed:
God's purpose. God's word is 800;Entertained ,at

Mrs. Veronica 0' Berry, president $ MARY'S 'W. M. Sister E. Wilkerson, chairmanof never wrong, and to rightly un ,

Mrs. Marjorie Wake, vice; -Rev. 'H. V. Stuart, pastor the Woman's Day Drive is.. derstand any truth, all scripturemust White House

Mrs. Synthla Bethel, secretary; .1\j... Dotothy Major, reporter asking members who have not be considered.

'I,,. Mrs. Florence Moncur, assistant; been contacted by captains to So, watch for this article in President Kennedy entertain.ed .
On last
t: Other officers Included Mes- Sunday a well spent get in touch with her or f h" e the Miami Times. "800 guests Tuesday night at
day terminated
was the
lk.... Mrs.. Veronica Bynoe, treasurer. above'church. Morning at warshipour co-chairman, Mrs.. S. Butler or We invite your questions and a White House reception, marking -
Mesdames Leomie CUlmer Barbara pastor was. at his best. At Mrs. R. Munlln. comments. Send them to "Thus the 100th anniversary of the
Burrows, L. Williams L. thanks Saith The Lord," care of Liberty Emancipation Proclamation.
3:ponv No. choir celebrated its Many to Rev. Me-
.. Bible College 5181 NW 15th
Heastie, Joycelyn Burroughs; ,
20th The commit Mt. Aaron
anniversary.
Craney- Baptist
Ruth Culmer, Delia B. Carey, tee and director would like to Church and everyone in the Ave., Miami, Fla. Among ,Invited guests to the
buffet''
Mae Thurston, Katie Heastie, reception were membersof
Miriam Stirrup, Lenora Smith, thank everyone who appearedon community for opening to us Liberty Bible College offers the inet, Supreme Court
the program, special thanksto doors of goodwill and friend. free of
Arnett Franks, Anna Johnson, I charge, adult Bible and Congress, and state and local -
Mrs. Thelma McDonaldwho ship.
J.
classes every Monday and civil
Hezekiah rights leaders.
Elizabeth Blue, Agnes !
acted as our mistress of
Thursday at'S p.m., and also
Eunice Moss, Florence Moncur .Just before the the
ceremony___ _nn'" _she n_ was n__ sunerb. every Saturday at 8:30: a.m. We party
Holmes.
and lona President received a report
Next Sunday our pastor will TEMPLE BAPTIST have children's Bible Hour for from the Civil Rights Commission .
4 to 14
start a series of sermons on Rev. L. ages years. stating that ,the Negro's
: AMEZ Zion Officials know your religion. Our ways A. Thompson, pastor "Study to show thy self ap final, battle' for equality probably

J and means committee will meet The Courtesy Committee for proved unto God, a workmanthat will be fought I in. the North
Visit Here t 5 p.m Feb. 17. Sis. Nemo will the Atlantic Coast Associationwill needeth not to be ashamed against, exclusive "gentlemen's
I be funeralized at. 3:30: p.m. Sat. sponsor a "This and That" rightly dividing the word of agreements" rather than in the

An AME Zion Church delegation urday, Feb. 16. sale this evening (Friday) at Truth.-2 Timothy 215.: south. "

.\ headed by Bishop H.. B. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ai .
-- --- ---- - - - - -
week fred Dean, 558 W 10th St.
Shaw, arrived here last THE INCARNATION
from the Bahama Islands after Friends are invited.

: an extended stay, inspecting (Episcopal' The male chorus will sing at
I the work of the denomination. Rev. Theodore J. Jones, vicar all services Sunday. The ,group LIBCITYDRIVEIN

In the group was Alexander Sunday Services under the leadership of Mr. R.

Barns, director of public rela Low Mass 8 a.m. Hepburn and with Miss Elsie

tions, Durham, N.C. and, Wash- Solemn Sung Mass 11 a.m. Douglas at the organ, Is getting
ington, D.C.; Mrs. M. Ardele SYC Meeting 5 p.m. better and better. THEATRE:

Shaw missionary supervisor, Evening Prayer 6 p.m. The Atlantic Coast Baptist
Wilmington, N. C.; Rev. A. F. Low Mass Thursday 6:30: a.m. Association will hold Its 32nd
t Hooper, 'Key West; Rev. D. L. Saints and HolyDays 6:30: a.f!!; annual session Feb. 21-21 with OX 1.7959 22nd Ave and 69th St.

r Pridgen, Miami. Temple as host. The welcome
t Pre-Mardi Gras Dance, Thursday
I Others were Dr. A. J. Blake ,' Feb: 21. Mardi Gras: Feb." program will be presented Wednesday -

and Miss Frances Atkins, Wilmington 22, 23,, 25 and 26 on' the church 8 p.nu when choirs from NOW .
N.C.; Dr. ,U. S. Johnson grounds Coronation of King aU the local constituent churches SHOWING

Wilson, N.C.; Mrs. Rosanna and Queen Tuesday nite, Feb. will appear in a musical feast.A A\t\\ 7:10 and!., 10:20. rt'BEST
Archer and Mrs. Eva McCrlm- 26. delegation is expected from

mon, .,,Newark, N J.,, 'the Bahamas. The public Is cor

I TRANSFIGURATION dially invited to all the sesions. -
PICTUREIIW.
5th Ave. Church of Christ Fr., Elisha S. Clarke Jr., vicar

1809 N.W. 5th Avenue The St. Mary's Chapter is A ..,.01 fD ,
Elder J. C. Jackson, pastor A-"
Nathaniel Thomas, reporterWe sponsoring a Night of Games NatRATNER Awards! I
and Dinner Sale on Frld yFeb..

the members of 5th Ave. 15 at 7 p.m. at the home of Mrs. .
Church of God in Christ would Olive Pender, 2020 NW 162nd St. ," ,.' '. ..
'j ;' ( '. M
like to express our thanks to The public is cordially invited.
those who came out and helped Mrs. Doris Johnson, chairman.The .
celebrate the second annual In St. Veronica's Chapter
fluence Service of our church. will have a call meeting on ,Fri. I

r The special occasion was cele- day, Feb. 15 at, 8' p.m. at ,t, h e ': '
brated home of Mrs. AUce Harrison 'p' , 0
very beautifully on last ..
Sunday. 1891 Wilmington St. .
: .
..
-- .-
The Episcopal Churchmen
I, The captains were: Mrs. .,. will meet Immediately. after serVice
Watson ((1st); Mrs. M, Hepburn on, Sunday, Feb.. .17 at. the PLUS FEATURETTE
((2nd); Mrs. E. Fountain ((3rd). home of. Harry Nabble, 2501 NW,

":' The fourth annual chorus festival 153rd St. : "DEEP
convention was held on The EYC will meet on Sunday ADVENTURE"Btefe83S
:; Feb. 12 at the A. M. Cohen Feb. 17 at the home of Barbara
I Temple Church of God In Christ.' Bryant;.. 1643 NW 23nT court at =S388s 3S ,
I 4 p.m. . "
The 5th Ave Junior-Senior .
NEXT
( The church grounds have:been ATTRACTION
.choir was! speciaLguesL: tha
cleaned'ofT Cor'the: purpose'of
M program.
the ground breaking. Watch the
-, Worship together this week news for the date.: The. location

you need not walk alone. Re. of the grounds is NW 152nd For Stole RepcesenWhre
member the sick and those who Terr to NW ,153rd! St.. and 19th .

are shut-in. Ave. Right across from,, the .. Realtor
Rainbow 'Park former u.s. Oeteaota to
Elementary UnHed Motion. bfccatlonal,
NEW PROVIDENCE school. Scientific QjJtur OtoorUto.ttonjUNESCO .
An all day dinner sale sponsored ) conference on

Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor by, the St Veronica. Chapter Ceneultof Dad CountyCotont
jU Sis. Claudia Wilson, reporterWe Saturday, ,Feb. 23 at the Wonnlno Dipt. I
home of Mrs. Marie Miller 2400 f UnV. eff
.
as members of the New NW 159th St. gtaml Ccanemte o.t Reward euttoew. and
*
Providence M. D. Church along Bishop. James L., Duncan' will Bade ftunty * ilneeChfllrm
"1'/'1 with our pastor are grateful for make. his annual visitation !IJ>>It f 2 '
on v American .
the success of the Seaboard Bap Sunday at 3 p.m.BAHA'l .. Ioft Not Cony.
tist Association, which was held .., Ilk. gwlnw. .--.. GIRL
at our church Feb. G-10. The FOR
ASSEMBLYMrs.
_
I Brothers had a wonderful time. I
..,. The sisters were happy and end. ., Doris Appleton, board Urban Renewal. __ II I

ed with victory.We member of Sclerosis .S AcajuMtton Slum Clearance.ef mere
did our best entertainmentIn Society and the Mental Health recreat tonal land In Dade Co.
the session and we do trust Society, will'speak at the Baha'I Severance tax en alto

that everyono, enjoyed them- Center, 137 NW 11th Ave., 8p.m. axtractea pheephetee iron oreuna*, ,tlrnben o

,selves. Sunday Feb. 17 Her 'subject Reform the 'penonol l pcopefty 1ARYIt
;
A welcome invitation Is extended .will be: "Man"One 'Family/.. tew....en..jwatt effect, .bivairteiy and AAI1, ylCl1l lWIl.t1IN6 [IYQ HMEKi
to everyono at-all 'times. The public cordiallyy, invitedto OMN TtJR a j '
Rev C. J. Burney.:pastor; Sis. attend., Phone Secretary, FR No p... MY. OWAROANHALT.PANAV1SIONAPARAMOUNTRELEASE/

Claudia, Wilson, reporter. 1-5420, for further information.


.;.'




,
-----' '
,
,_.." -
'
uurG! :.. ,.' .



-.---......... ,
I firr;
- -- ,

r


', ... .. : tJ. : '.
,. .; .it* '' ; :1 .. 't
I MIAMI FLAB ,'4MA: : .. ,r ':<\ j
'> ALE TIMES MIAMI, PINE0yiLLA.: 'HI f.Hf.f:iIlifF.M:. : 't"I't: Jr.lUdtEc-.lU.UUf.uu.Ir.iHr.I&a.\.Ir. ;. : .;.: : : '.M.I.L": :I< ;.v 1Df.. 4." '''C ')J

SATURDAY FEBRUARY' 16, :1963:' .",.,?;,; ", 'r "Qn February1 1"the; 'VrJ!';of -' ,For-'your delightful! $ 1 entertainment, : ., .. ti" "I I

Pine'Villa,-Elementary' SdH9ol"ishpppaoflhtllg i'A sClyde
: : ) i j; a'Cteorge Washlnj&o'nThei 1{Cillpn? I eight Heat Presents !
I Northwestern Musical : ,:: ,.: I''
:
.. :Sffip.s, will be danced 'Chi'
Extravaganza Goes Over 4' ';;: j Winging'< sounds. of' ih e it l y'olle'Bnnd'
- - ;; : from h'ti '1 lii'teafetorium '
On the evening of, Feb. 8, the and third prize (Electric Donation' '$t,00. asI
music department of the Miami Adults, only, J please., \ t ,
Clock) was I
won by Mrs i Marie+ 1
Northwestern Senior High Jackson. The. iPlneVttlti: faculty} also' ...1
School presented outstanding' \,, ,. -
wIshes. to announceti annualoperation. .
musical, treat to an appreciative The next :;meeting of'the1!'PFA"' '. This yc+ni"'s.:presents'tion : .1I
audience. The affair Teachers Will, be held on Feb.i 18.;: All. "On Midsummcrs'rDaydelightful '" :1 -I-
sored by the Parents- members are urged ,to. be preent $-<, 'excursion.1 into'; the enChanting : t
Association.Mr. I and one time. '** world 'offancy afd)
: : nuke believe,..\ "be offered
Jerome Trapp of . t 'will : on :
/ May.17 in th& school
Junior II : cafetoriumat _ _ .
Brownsville High was NAT 8 : ,
:
RATNER3J pm.
guest pianist and the Poinciana \ , : J
Park Elementary School band, I ; ' I An and t f _1q
interesting
somewhat
.in I '
under the direction o4 '. Morley Files G'roup10'; .: : unusual 'program is planned for ._ v 'R M "
too appeared as guest artist. Feb. 2G by the 4th grade classof i 4
Nat Ratner of Miami Beach' Mrs. Eugenia Wilson At 1,30:
has announced his candidacy in p.m. on this date In the cafetor h

the forthcoming election for the ium, Mrs. Wilson's class will j 'S _
State Legislature in Group 10. present an all-Spanish program .4
This .is his first bid for public -including dances, songs and a ,' 44
office. student-led classroom demon ?
stration. All parents and inter. k
Coming to Dade County at ested citizens are cordially in 1e '
the age of two, he attended the I vited. H.vwi t
local schools, the University of .
Miami, Cornell University, and The physical education staff .i g
UCLA. He has served as a U. S. ( Mr. It. Jones and Mrs. W.
delegate to UNESCO confer. Mackey) in keeping with the '
ences on housing, consultant to physical fitness program initiated
Metro Planning Board, and a by President Kennedy, Bill i Robinson
i .I'. \ .., consultant to the University of will begin its physical fitness
.'" 'It' Miami Department of Businessand tests on Feb. 18. This programwill i
\ \\"td'-"CL. : Involve all 5th and Gth '
I Research. He is a memberof
t .: :...'h-\. : 'i1'; ;, !f.. :"'-... the Elks Lodge, Mahi Shrine, I I grade students. .and, The QuailsPlus

I.w'. .'i, ":. -M..t.J.A,, ":"'> :;''.;"Y<...", .. Masonic, Greater Lodge, Miami American Urban Legion Currently on. "display In' the ...... ., .
windows and
library, display
,.:! 'a'f f.; '' League and other organizations '
r' t classrooms i is< a collection of
an All Star Show
Mr. Ratner states that he be 1' "ol/jects d'arts" created by pup;' .
l \ : c. >," lleves in equal opportunity for ils at the R. R. Moton and Pine FRIDAY
; ; SATURDAY SUNDAYFEBRUARY
6 t. .. s all Floridians. Villa Elementary schools. This ,
sa exhibit, prepared ,under the. sup. .
MRS. GLADYS HADLEY I ervision of our art Instructor, lk 16 17
Mr. R. Adams, features the \
Musical numbers from "Da. Lillie C. EvansThe works of pupils of all grades. {
vid's Lamentation" by Billingsto Admission, Fri.; and Sun $ .25 Saturday $1.50
"Dance Africalne" by Work. PTA of Llllie C. Evans Cigars, chewing gum and
Student conductors were: Rosa Elementary School is candy were passed out recentlyby
sponsor-
Shorter, James Riley, Calvin our physical education Instructor
its annual
ing Founders
Day
Scott, Reginald Walker, Clar Tea Sunday, Feb. 17 from 4 to Mr. Robert Jones. The Jerry: Butler: ',Hospitalized
the 27'
occasion January .
ence Woods, Diane Reed, Tyrone 0 in the school's cafetor- was .
Seymour, Sandra Fox and ium.p.m.An interesting birth of 8 lb. 1 oz. Robert Jr. Singer Jerry Huller who\ was hooked for the Knight heat
programhas
Janice Kelley. Soloists were been arranged. Speaker for Our congratulations to Mr. and thin weekend ,is unable to make it WeatiNO of mi accidentin
Carl Bannister (Crump); Dian the event will be Mrs. M. Atha- Mrs Jones. Clrivlston''Via.' while enrouto to Miami. .Ii'iiy was IHHpltalled .
Heed, Tyrone Seymour, Sandra Ernest lie Range. The public is Invited. nnd'wo hope ho'll be out real 'srn)n.
Fox, Thaddius Pinkney,
Bethune, Jessie Jones, Robert Melvin R. Ladson Jr., repor-- .)!:
Sands and Alice Day. David ter; Mrs. Maude' L. Chandler,
Paschal and Arthur Evans'' are Drive Carefully! principal. COMING NEXT WEEK 'v
in charge of the music department
at Miami Northwestern.A .
first prize (trip to Nassau) TV SERVICE CALLS $2.50


SOMETHING NEW HAS BEEN AD1)KI)

Sell and repair washing machines/ refrigerators and
air conditionersTV's -I

Radios and HI-FI. All work guaranteed. Frew delivery.

Prices reasonable. Know your TV man and save money

JOSEPH SCOTT
b
AUTHORIZED FACTORY' TV REPAIR & RJ\lJJ R

923 NW 62nd Street PL L8381I



,
1
rr ,

.
.. :i5

HAMPTON
1 1i

: HOUSELou'1ge,' Bar

i t'y ,
'
Sinco Invites ''to a' party/ ; .
you
Barry
was won Uy Miss Delores Laven D ,.
der (student at Northwestern); :X: WITHADAM X
second Transistor Radio) was i
won by Mrs. Llllie Mae-f ollins; WADE
.
4 Patti LaBelle & The
'. EPIC RECORDING STAR'I. BlueJiBelles :
,.
NHS Chorus ,CO Y' ? ' : ( li

. .. AmateurPrizeElver". .
'- "Biggest - -
Appears at St. AgnesThe Tonite thru"Sunday
.. . 25U ROUND TRIP TICKET TO NASSAUThe
Episcopal Churchmen I New biggest prize ever: given to an amateur winnerin

No. 3, Alfred Strachan, president t All Low Admission 55u this area 'will be given' away this Tuesday nite,
will present the concert February 12, to the ,first. prize winner of 'the Knight
sacred $1.50Everyone
of
music chorus at in the a concert church, Sunday, Beat'Amateur Hour. He,or she will receive, roundtrip !*

Feb. 17, 8 p.m. Welcome UJ ticket to Nassau with room, board and meals
free, plus.. $25 in cash, and will be the guest, of
the
gram Also are appearing organist on Berthenia pro r 1: Casual Dress X Hutch's Nassau-American Club on Wulff Road, In kw

White and Cassandra Hanna. X Nassau, Br.Lamas.

Mr. Preston Dettman will Come on let's swing I
play accompaniment.. The COMING ATTRACTIONS
public is cordially invited to at x r

tend, featuring James Colson, TEENAGE MATINEE SATURDAY 3 4 P.M. I March 1 ". :2 3-Llttlo Dither8.0.10Jimmy

sollst. NORTHWESTERN'' SCHOOL ADM$1.00 tax, incl. ClYDI KiliiWs.IH Ricks

COMING NEXT WEEK; .- BARBARA McNAIR w'y JOHN HOTEL
Fellowship Tea I ''
o 13.16b17-Count Itaale2223.2lThe
Planning a banquet party, reception, wedding? a, '
The Zeta Amicae of Miami 2 Call By: Food and Beverage Dept.
will their fifth annual }'aNcJ
nn-
Fellowship sponsor Tea on Sunday Feb. Q 4200 N..W. 27th Ave. NEwton 3-0611 "
lionsI
17 at the home of Mr. and Mrs.

Edward Braynon, 1160 NW > - ' -" 1.. ... ._... .8.... ......_..MB..M..M...
55th Terr. .





:1- ,.. ..-. ..... .-- .' . ...... . , -" -. _/. ,,,_- VI "" ..f>t.fi.:< [___;', \!",:.,",' ..:.'..11 1I



'- .... .--..- ." ..- .---- --.-- -'-'-- .-..------.---.




1963 I.M.G.A. Membership Enrollment


.

To Kick Off Feb. 18th




Goal Set at 800 Members -- $6,500Rev.



J.B. Blacknell Mrs. Loreatha R. Peck Dr. George A. Simpson to Head


Carver Branch Membership Drive



.. ., .
.
', ,',, :, ;
,/ .I
.
,," ;:
I '",
I


e .
'I':,. ww s
tl vr3
e ..
.
I II.

I.I I.-

h yw'f
C nZp uFf' f ,
I ';

c.j;a: : J? ISW I I ., k'64I <


...... REV. J. B. BLACKNELL."
'u Chm. Membership Enrollment
LOUIS H. PORTLOCK. CALVIN C. HUGHES

..
Chm. Board of Management I.Il,; j Executive Secretary



'Y' Offers Such
OffersFellowship The
The 'Y' Program .
Programs As:

M mmmtii!. #? '. Leadership Training

For Boys and Girls Alta, Crafts aftd Special
"
For The Whole Family d + Skill

For School Age Groups Physical Recreation'Education, and.

For Youth and Adults
Educational and Social
For Working Parents Activities

For Those Retired I'1 Worship and Spiritual

For Those with Special Needs + Experience

For Those with Special l .. World.Service Projects

interests, 4 Forums Civic and Public

..' Affairs
""7}.t.A" "A I
HEADQUARTERS' FOR CHARACTER BUILDING Community Service Projects


The following, .' campaigners. will be contacting you soon --Give your support!

Willie Parker Mrs. BUll Parks Louis Stokes Clinnin Stinson Mrs. Blanche CaJowayRobbie
Wright Benny Berry Herbert Day Louis Jackson Isaac MearsNelson
Walter Anders Rev. James Jenkins.Willie. Wilson Timmy Terry Adams

George Demerltte Garth C. Reeves James Espy James Cherry ,, \Valter C. Cogdell
Miss Barbara Bo'ney Joseph Crumbly Mrs. Inez Fryson Clifford Matthews Mrs. Eloise Kemp
Lonnie Woolen Clifford Henderson Frank Caynon Jefford Q. Smith Mrs. McNeal Richburg

Patrick Range Oscar W. Weaver, Jr. Mrs Dora Wright Dr. 1L Melton White Mrs. Gwedolyn Hayes
Rev. Alphonso Mozell Samuel'CohenMrs. Mosley Doles Robert Jones }'rankVoodard
Miss Sandy Joy Byron Rubye Daren Mrs. Ruth Polite Rev. William Savoy )t. I. Bannerman

Lorain Rogers Kenneth Dean "'
Mrs. Ethel Wilkinson Warren Lowe
Alexander. Brooks Uev. Edward T. Graham
Bledsoe Surgeon Arthur Slmms ;
Mrs. Idella Knowles Ora D. Taylor Mrs.)
Mrs. Evelyn Williams Albert Johnson
Mrs. Harry A. Smith Janlons Fortson ',

Fletcher Paschall Samuel Grant : .. "" .
Mrs. Clora M. Poaroall Henry Covan kn tI v, -
r "r
.11 -I- Mrs. Leroy Smith Leslie Reese rls".
Louis H. PorUock, Jr. Paul Joseph a
Miss Helen M. Dorsett George W. Kllpatrck 2 +
I Atty. Henry Arrington John Brantley ,
f Dr. Edward Braynon, Jr. Mrs. Susan F. Harris ?
4 L '!9
Charles Ilndley Robert Clark
'
Eugene E. Kemp Mrs. Harry Wheatley Jr.
Farley B. Neasman Mrs. Louise King '
;e Charles Lockhart Mrs. Carment McLondon ( s
., ? Mrs. M. Athalie Range Bragg L. Turner
.
Arlington Sands Mrs. Evelyn Williams k

A Swimming Class in Session Otis James Off To Camp We Go"The

"Y's" Program i is Designed to Help Youth Help Themselves1'MEMBER

'

$ Your Life With Youth

. t ; i: : :" ., .
,. ., ..
;:1' SUPPORT YOUR Y.M.C.A. M. .'.: MEMBER AGENCY

"'. \. . .. .. ;"" ..'."T..w <>- UNITED FUND




" '--. ,

_. .=--.u' ilL:,. I.. ..



- - .
-
,



.I
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. .

,t. Pun Phun SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1963 PAGE 11 'Ii



A South Miami plumber final 1 1By
Richmond flashes
ly got his Coral Gables license Heights
after a ten-year battle. It tooka i
judge to pull the stopper for ORA D. TAYLOR
him. '

Even with a Florida Supreme Congratulations to Richmond Roundtree's sister was given. ,1

Court order the on license tap, he from couldn'twrench the Homes and Irvin Chazen who God bless and keep you.

city fathers. Initiated the idea of presenting
By ALBERT W. COOKS Richmond Heights for We
The decided a plaque are hoping that more _
Judge that the
Monday at 4:46: p.m. in the A woman is a passionate city council's decision to withhold achievement in cleanliness and people will not only come to
Christian Hospital a new born thing. Woman is a merciful cre- the license didn't hold beautification; effort on parts of Richmond Heights to live, but
baby boy cried. Unto Arthur ature. She often seem the sum water. He was about to makea the people who are civic minded more persons come interested -.
and Willie Mae Kinlock a childis mation of all things. At times city haul . to jail . when and cooperation from the in business Investments. Our
given. Jeffrey Bernard Kin- she seems an end within herr they finally pulled the plug. county officials. The glad day business section has grown
loch is now a member of ou self. Because her nature is what we mentioned arrived Feb. 12 much from a small beginning to
society. it is, though man has been un- at 8 p.m. at Frank C. Martin a Pure Oil Service Station first
settled as king he has not been Anyone who would like to belong Memorial Elementary School owned by the Taylors, and Harry's
exiled. He has been allowed to to a growing club should auditorium. Sundry. If interested call
remain. He keeps his titles Join a garden clutf. Ora D. Taylor Realty, 759-5221
. OF MAN LOST for Information. Business lots
"daddy" "husband'. Father
LEADERSHIP RULE IN TilE right of his status, mate. by Gardening is a fine hobby for Good news is spreading that and .:others are available.We .
HOME you if you like to get at the Martin Memorial AME Church
lIe keeps his seat at the table root of things.It's is planning a high day on the are proud to note that
Gone are the days when man because woman is always hope- first Sunday In March. Men's Tots Town school
reigned as king of the home. ful. It is left to him to acclaim one place where you can Day has the agenda for the day. conducted by a nursery Mrs. Thelma
No longer are his wife and himself and take flack his lead- work off your aggressions. Here Aim: to raise the spirit of good Aranha is being enlarged. This
Children loyal subjects. They ship position. Society continu- you can get a dig in now and will through participation din means more adequate room and
have revolted against him.Man's ously cry. Lead your family on then without offending anyone. serving and giving for the ser advancement for the school and .
kingdom is overthrownand father. Because man refuse to vice of the Master. The member Richmond Heights. Congratulations. i
the mother or wife has set pick up his "crown" and wearit tience.Gardening calls for much pa- ship has well outgrown the Sam Marks of the Arm-
Remember if first
herself chief.up as the commanderin lems., society has all kinds of prob- succeed, trowel, at troWel youdon't present educational building In- strong Manor Homes is the con
again. cluding a progressive Sunday tractor.
School the church of tompr-
Many homes have undergonea
row. Please remember to come Please resume sending
revolution. Often one fails to your
recognize the change for whatit Knights of Phythias 1 understand that alcohol to Martin Memorial Church bn community news or leave in
is a switch of leadership. Yes stimulates the mood but not the Lincoln Boulevard on the fifth mail box at 14601 Lincoln Blvd
And Calanthe Sunday in March. You will :be by Monday of each week. 4
there is new leadership or no body. A professional sharp- glad
leadership. Because of the shooter gets more confident, but you came. Thought
shift in power there are numer Chancellor, Councellor meet- shoots less accurately. By drink We are glad to welcome our for the week: Spendone
ous problems in our society. was held Sunday, Feb. 10 at ing, even thu pro gets conned.A community friends, Elliott half of your business time attendingto and the
There is a crisis in the home: the home of Sir and Mrs. Rouse back after a few months other your half own .
.A continuous struggle for survival I George T. Cash 3567 Grand Ave. away. Mr. Rouse has set the I' alone letting other people'sbusiness will be
and security which causes Mrs. Gracie WInchester, former "Swap Meet" held at Trop- pace for others to follow by _fn- ,busy and happy-and you they will
confusion in life of the entire member of North Sarolina, wasa icare Theatre has been shut vesting in.property and a ( also.
family. This is not true of all visitor and wants to reinstatein down by the County Zoning ern Swim Pool home near Coal
homes or families. It Is however courts of Florida. Next meet Board. The enthusiastic buyers Reef Drive, where he and his
correct in enough situations ''to ing will be Sunday, Feb. 24 at and sellers resent this "FleaMarket" wife, Betty, are comfortably H. P. Kravitz Runs
cause social problems.For the home of Sir and Mrs. Samuel being scratched. located and at home to friends.We .
Glenn 3282 NW 52nd St. In 11
Group
Since the County won't Issuea
good reason man's leadership wish to extend to Sister
position is lost One can certificate of occupancy, it' is Mattie Roundtree sysmpathy Harold P. Kravitz: widely-
find Justification for the actionof Ahmed Temple No. 2, Votary the end of flea enterprize. the passing of her sister. Sister known Hlaleah and Miami
the family in unseating the Luther C. Hudson, grand mogul Roundtree is an ardent workerin Beach lawyer, and legal counselfor
king. Upon case study one finds will meet Wednesday, Feb. 13 at missionary work in Morning the Dade delegation at Talla
that man has not measured Up the home of Vot. Walter L. Belle Drive Carefully! Star Baptist Church of Princeton hassee in 1057, has announced
to his responsibilities. The wife 14430 Graves Drive at 8 p.m. where Rev. W. Faison is 'his candidacy in Group 11.
and children are therefore ab We are asking all Votaries to pastor. It was during the Wo I Kravitz has a long history of
solved of treason. be on time. men's Day Message being delivered public service, although the reapportioned -
by your Scribe that the legislature is his
Society does not demand Orange Blossom sad news of the passing of Mrs. II first bid for elective office.
chancellor
that man provide wheel to ride Sir Willie C. Moore, ,.
,his family around, nor does it will meet Saturday, Feb. 16. I 11/4 ACRES
demand that man make the Royal Palm Lodge No. 84, Sir I
wife look like a movie star. Abram Grace Jr., chancellor, : Senior Students t
Food, shelter and clothes for will meet Monday Feb. 18. PALM BEACH
the family are the basic demands Faith of Hope Lodge No. 32 DADE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOLS
placed on man by his will meet Tuesday, Feb. 19
natural obligations which are Lily of the Valley Court No. 375 ---
supervised by society. 58, Miss Pamela E. Brown, ma-
tron, will meet Feb. 20 119 ftw* and. $10 month. Only EARN YOUR OWNSCHOLARSHIPS
Man is not all to blame for Gleam of Hope Lodge No. 18, iirf fun ....ce. II, m acrttract ,
lit law
his down fall. Woman Is to Sir Walter L. Belle, chancellor, VMM S4 PM mllM, Saach from Miami.County DltMvnt -
blame as was Eve. But man as will meet Feb. 21. for l Urea porttli. 2 !..

was Adam Is chiefly responsible. Artis Parks Court No. 69, Mrs. wlKiln sandy' 1000 eompUftrf.hord yards, ihow how roads doss'
The leader must assume the Cornelia L. Glenn, counsellor, thb. .UM 6 t* progmi. $.. It, )1"
responsibility for his follower., will meet Feb. 15. walk M It, 99 lit your own car.. CALL FR 3.2236
If a man Is to be respected as Sir Walter L. Belle, C. list= wltti M notlv chimp jmiu.N wifi
father he must provide for his "'" Ootd. m hidden .
the eras, tltto/ 'lmur.bl.. Highs>
family. If a man produces itavottoii theft Miami huh: fit
j
basic necessities of social living, Ushers AnniversaryUsher Miami. RtftroncM: Miami laicliCHarnbw Miami Times Christian Hospital Scholarship Fund
.
demand re of Commarct M 1.
then he can also i ard af Raafton., Coma t. our
spect. He is king and should Board No. 2, Mt. Her- licit far full information maps
have his crown. mon AME Church cordially in- a4 color illdai or If wo can mill. , -- -, -,-" ,
information to you ro" Pfofar.Monay
vite you to attend its First An- back: If not latltflad In 30
niversary Sunday Feb. 17 at 3p.m. |4yt. 25 pan In M.'. FOR SALE NEW

Negroes' PleaBy at 2245Bunche Park West Net Ratner, Realtor
The 'Drive, Opalocka.The M.B. Federal Bldg. Two and 3.bed oom houses. $500 down, $83 a month
Rev. Theodore Roddy, as-
Corn LIncoln' -wnhinpton
JOHNNY JOHNSONDoes sistant pastor of St. James AME will JE 8.5664 2148 2152 N.W. 48th Street
Church Liberty City,
the texture of our skin, preach ,for the occasion.Mrs. Miami Beach, Florida Call Gordon MO 5.6870
The color of our eyes, Zessie P. Irving, presi-

Equality Stand for we're reason denied why? dent; Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor. ".


Hasn't our persistent struggleFor
better relationship for our DOMESTICS REGISTER NOW Professional Men or ExecutiveA

Merit the heartaches and tribulation urgently In needof lifetime opportunity for financial security in a
Doe to the season now opening we ore
close-in 5-acre plot. A $60,000 cash investment will
We still must face? cook, housekeeper, nurse maids, chauffeurs, butlers,
give you approximately $14,000 NET per anum, aftter '
housemen and couples. Also good day workers, live in and \
Need we forever the shacklesAnd all expenses and amortization on existing mortgage I

chains must bear .at positions. is paid. development/ and established business. You

In this land of with the despair unjustTo ? will be proud to own this property. Current obligations

be filled MARY LEE AGENCY are self-liquidating. For full detail write P. O.

Haven't we been proven Box No. 7053 Ludlam Branch Miami 55 Florida.
Against all aggressive force, 141 N.E. 3rd Ave. Room 1204 Phone 379.2386 I F10

Returned Hack vlctorous,
Patriotic to the cause-

Why can't you remember us? I

We helped lay the cornerstoneSo
that this nation stand out NIGHTINGALE COLLEGE55th Tippie Home Cleaning Service
from the restA
symbol of freedom condone. Assistant Class
Phyiscian's OFFICES STORES HOME BUILDING FLOORS )
Must the fact that we want toAnd
be free BEGINNING MONDAY FEB. 11, 1963 WINDOWS WAXING SCREENS
enjoy equal opportunities w
Make you brand us intruders Air Conditioned Classrooms LlcenMd and Bonded. See TIP for your cleaning
In schools and your communities r

? 5101 N.W. 18th AVENUE PHONE 696-4225
265 N.W. 5th Street FR 31675I
We are not asking for sympathy MOTELS CLUBS JANITORIAL SERVICE I
equal rights, I
Just give live us our lives In peace .. . ,- .' ..",.
Without terrors at night. r




t
.,
-
--------
---
-

.,, :." ; rJ
a ., ............, < .... ._ .JJa" y'1.,9olr e.oa a* tJ......'."



....--- .
,,) --..- ...... DB.
, -
,

I


THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. RANGE i . Rev. P. J. Johnson

-' PAGE_ 12 SATURDAY:, FEBRUARY 16, 1963 DEATHS MRS. .,WILLIE ;lMAE .WILLIAMS Dies at"'Jackson, '

'65th St. ; ..
tof'1510,NW apt Peter .
The Rev. Joseph Johnson
3 died Feb\ ,8 She is: survived
Francis by. her tfusband, ''Isaiah; 'Bister,' of 1480 Nip 154th St. died
. >
I. CARDS ... MEMORIALS' Mrs. Ellen'Yevette of tye> *-York; in Jackson Memorial Hospital,
"
'
: : Feb. 19. Funeral services, 'In
627 and
JAMBS GAiTOIt of NW two brothers, Leroy Reggie
10th St., apt. 2 died Feb.,, 5. Ser Ashwood also of' New. York. charge of the House of Albert
I Services held Feb. 14 at Ebene-: will be held Saturday* 2
p.m.
I, CARD OF, THANKSWe I IN. MEMORIAEMRS. vices 'Feb.< 10, 2 p.m. in t Hall h echapel zer Methodist Church'with Rev. at the Church of God of Pro
with 'Rev.. Aaron D. '
A. D. Hall officiating, phecy in Hallandale. Rev. Dean
the of the late '
family officiating. :Remains will lie In officiating. '
'
BEATRICE! L. HUDSON repose at, his 'home beginning ,
The Rev. Johnson was a fa
extend our appreciation to,'our 5 Friday. Survivors In
5 MRS. EDITH KNOWLES of miliar figure in Miami many
many{ friends for kindnesses 1 4r clue his wife Lee three
; 2965 NW 67th St., died Feb. 9. years.He.
shown during our bereavement. daughters, Mrs. Jessie Fountain, She was a pioneer citizen of I Is survived by his wife,
Special thanks to the Rev. L. A. Airs. Dora Wilcox and Dorothy Miami, having lived ,here .40 Irene, four daughters, one son,
of
Tempe and members Gaitor: four sons', Leroy, Char years and was ,on the, staff of three ,nieces and three nephews.
Church, neighbors William{ :
.Baptist : lie and James. '. ,aide"-at. ;Mt Sinai Hos
and friends of NW 1st Ct
lliurses. survived; by a son, ..
and' 15th St. and Francis Funeral r --
home for courteous service. MRS. ELIZABETH NEMO of I two. grand children, 2 I

J. ... The Family, 1919 NW 5th place died Feb. 8. sisters Mrs. Marie, Mrs.Bivins.Mary Bivins and r' 4reCarey
; Services 3:30 at
u Saturday, : p.m. ','I r
apt St. Mary's Wesleyan Methodist Service Saturday at 12 'noon
CARD OF THANKS, Church with Rev. H. V. Stuart : at Mt. Olivette Baptist Church,
officiating Remains will lie on ; with Rev. I. C. Mlcklns officiating
the late
The family of I
She will lie In at
. u view in the chapel 0 p.m. Fri repose
.
r day, Survivors include one 12 noon Friday in the chapel.

daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Mit
<' j chell, three sons, Calvin, Bertram -
SINCLAIR HARDY of 7101
k
( and Kiah Adderley; a sister
NW 14th place, apt. 6 died 'on
Mrs. Alacia Wiley, six
I He survived his
15 Feb. 9. is by
grandchildren, greatgrands '
and four great-great grands. wife, Cordie; three sister
Jack, Ralph and Adam; a
I Susie. Services Saturday at ,1.30

MRS. FANNIE WALKER of p.m. He will lie in repose be- !
: JENNETTE G. FOLSON 501 NW 4th Ave., apt. 103 died ginning at 1 pm. Friday In the
who departed this life February Feb. 11. Remains will be shipped chapel.

8, 1962. to Barnsville, Ga. for final t
.t rites and burial. Survivors Include

Death is a heartache none can JAMES COOPER of 10250 'SW
I two sisters, Mrs. Winnie
heal, Pearl Crawford and Mrs. Lula 17th Terr., Perrine, was dead en
Memories are treasuries none, Mae Murphy, a brother-in-law, arrival at ,Baptist Iospital Feb.
can steal; Mrs. Willie James Murphy. 10. He was employed as a mechanic
While you lived you did your with Eastern' Airlines
best since 1017 and was chairman rof
Now sleep on and take your the steward board of Trinity\ Marshall Dies
I rest. CARD OF 'THANKS I CME Church for seven years.

4 George Folson, husband Hq is survived by his wife, Al Carey Marshall, pioneer Ml-
Mrs. Mary Ellen Gilliam The family of the late bertha, and his step mother, mlan died Feb. 11. He can be remembered -
daughter LITTLE RUBY DOWSER Mrs. Ella Edwards of Folkstqn, as a long time employee
1 .. Mrs. Marie Kennedy, sister wish to express their sincere Ga. Service Saturday at :10a.m. : of Indian Creek Country
? I An aunt, three brothers, thanks and appreciation to 'at Trinity Methodist Club of Miami Beach and an active -
AMOS McPHEE two nieces everyone for sympathy shown Church with Rev. E. ('. member of Mt. Sinai LodgeNo.
wishes to express their sincere during their hours of bereave- Brown officiating: He will lie 502 F and AM. He was
appreciation to the many ment. in repose in the chapel 12 noon devoted to his family and
friends for their expression ;of Thanks for the many flowers, Friday. friends. He Is survived by a
condilences, tlegrams, and, IN MEMORIAM telegrams and cards. Thanks to devoted wife Martha; two
flowers during our hour of be In loving memory of our dear the Rev. H. E. Green and the J daughters Carletha and Jullett;
reavement. 1 Husband and father Mt. Zion AME Sunday School CARY MARSHALL of 1473 a sister, Mrs. Florence Hay-

Special thanks to the Range ._.. .. ,.., the House of Albert Funeral NW 68th Terr., died Feb.' 11. He wood of Bay Point N.Y. Ser
Funeral Home, neighbors -}>f """C" "- Home, Socialite Seven Club, is survived by his wife, Martha; vices will be held Feb. 16 3 p.m.
61st St., Father Jones of the Youth Foundation, Mrs. Clarice two daughters, Coretha and at Metropolitan AME Church; ,
Church of the Incarnation and Smith, Nurses and Nurses' Aidsof Juliette and a sister, Mrs. Lor- NW 18th Ave. and 69th St.
the Household of Ruth. Thanks Skagg fifth floor of Jackson ence Haywood. .
to the Masonic Brothers, Hero Memorial Hospital, the North Services Saturday at 3 p.m.
ines of Jericho and the Daughters Miami Beach Jr. High School at Metropolitan AME Churqh. Robert Johnson Dies
of Pallbearers. faculty and cafeteria staff. lie will be on view 1 p.m. Fri
Mrs. Sybil McPhee, wife. The ,Famify; !# day. Robert C, Johnson, a pioneer
Richard McPhee, son resident of Miami, died at Jack
Mary Ann Demeritte and son Memorial Hospital on Fri
Albertha Lee, nieces GEORGE HOLMAN of 16025NW day, Feb. 8, after a brief illness.
IN MEMORIAM 21st Ave., Opa-locka, died Services for Mr. Johnson, who
Feb. 11 He Is survived by his resided at 1617 NW 6th Ct,
CARD OF THANKSThe mother, Mrs. Klzzle Lewis, his will be held Monday, Feb. 18 at

family of the late, wife, Mamie and a cousin, Mrs. 2 p.m. at St. Mary's Wesleyan
MARION BROWN JOHNSONwho Clara B. Wheat. Services Sattir- Church with the Rev. C. V.
this life day at 1:30: in the chapel. Stuart officiating.
departed January I will I
24, 1963 wish to express sin. ;; .//I'I/; ';r" Interment be at Evergreen. He Is survived by a wife,
cere thanks and appreciation to .,;,;>!. : ;: I He will lie In repose In the cha Madge, a daughter, Mrs. Myrtle
the neighbors, friends, Rev. S. " ,''iL,: :: pel 2 p.m. Friday. Lee, three sisters, two aunts, a

A. Cousin, officers and membersof : son-in-law.
Greater Bethel AME Church '1$" , WALTER JACKSON of 1829 ,The body will lie Is repose
\. at the M. S. Allen Funeral Home
and the staff the Range '
or "\"
'it ':\' NW 04th( St., died Feb., 12. HeiR
"
Funeral Home, who were so .\oI>)j \i/. Sunday and at the home on
... I survived by his :wife, Maud.
"'
kind during their hours of be 5 Monday from 8 a.m. until funeral
Arrangements are Incomplete,
reavement. Thanks for your time. Arrangements are In
cards, tlegrams, flowers and all LEROY LA FLEUR I charge of the Dobard-Carey
kind ,gestures of sympathy. who departed .this life February l funeral Home of Hallandale.

Special thanks to Mrs. Lillian 16, 1951. Richardson '
Ethrldge. We cannot find wordsto We often sit and think of how . ..

thank you enough for your you died, '
loyal friendship.The You could not say goodbye be BEATRICE HOLMES of 3Q5 Albert . .
Family fore you closed your eyes, NW survived 4, died Feb. ,,7.
The blow was hard, the pain, He is by a wife, Ber CHRISTOPHER J. JOHNSON
severe, tha; four sisters, Mary Jane 10 months old son of Mr. and
IN MEMORIAM But God gave us strength to Mims, Minnie Carter Anna Bell Mrs. Andrew Johnson, 375 NW
Precious Memories of fight it and courage to Tucker and Lena Mobley.. Ser 16th Terr., died Feb. 7 and was
I ------, ._- bear the blow vices held Feb. 15 from the fun rallzed In the chapel Feb.
Only those who lost can tell the chapel with Rev, F, J. Hicks officiating 11 with Rev. F. L. Smith, offi
, pain DEACON LAFAYETTE GAIL ciating.
Of parting without a farewell. passed February 13, 1958 '.:

j iTTTs1E : Thelma LaFleur, wife His life is a beautiful memory JOHN McCLOUD ? MRS. WILHELMENIA G.
And four sons, mother and' Us absence is a silent ,grief Ct. died Feb. 10 oft927aiW6th In Goulds.He :JJERRY of'15701 NW 18th ave.,
father He sleeps In God's lovely garden is survived by six,daughters, Mesdames Francis 3:30: pm. at St. John Baptist
j ,, In sunshine in TWiggs, Aneil
:' and perfect Southern, Hattie Peoples, Flos Churcht Rev. Thedford Johnson:
peace. sie! Milton, Beulah Jockson Dorothy pastor. Surviving are a son and
I CARD OF THANKS "When the day of toil is done, Zieler Sallie M. Carter daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.
two
. The family of the late, When the race of life is run, sons, Russell and Clarence; Howard Berry; two sisters,
, MRS. AGNES G. DELANCYwho Father, grant thy wearied one Reins; nephews, nieces, grand- three brothers; four grands! a
this life February Rest for "
departed evermore. children grandchildren. great grandchild and several
; 5, wish to express sincere Leona Call, wife Services, Saturday great from nieces and nephews ,including
: thanks and gratitude to t h'e Emma Call, mother CME Church at 3 Trinity Mesdames Lee Mikel and Pauline -
many friends, neighbors and co- p.m. Dunn.
workers for cards, telegrams,
1 flowers and all kindness shown WALTER CARTER of 432 CHARLIE LEE HORNE,
1r during our hour of bereavement CARD OF THANKSThe NW 16th Terr., died Feb. .11. father of Kenneth with whom

We especially thank the He Is survived by two devoted he lived at 1790 NW 73rd St.,
Rev. Rosco Jackson, the choir family of the late J friends, Mrs.. Helen Colemanand died Feb. 10. Other survivorsare
and members of Greater New ELDER LOUIS McDONALD' Mrs. Mary Kate Latlmore. a sister six brothers, seven
Macedonia Baptist Church for wish to express our thanks to Services Saturday at 1 p.m. grandchildren and two great-
their kindness and assistance. i all the saints, neighbors and from the chapel with' Rev A. C. grand children. Services Satur

_ Thanks also to the B-Thrifty: friends who were so helpful and I Mozell officiating. day 12 noon at St. James AME
----- '--n nnnno ' bereave
Social Club and s thoughtful during our Church, Rev. J. B. Blacknell.
, MRS. WINNIE LUCKIE Funeral Home. ment. We thank you for your pastor.
who departed this life February May God bless each of you. visitations, cards and flowers. ISAIAHWP0LL0CK
17, 1962. Ethel Delancy, daughter Special thanks to Elder E. L. II infant son of Mr. and Mrs. :l t.tns. MARIA WILLIAMS,
We can never forget a wife Edward Delancy,, son Covington and to the Range, Isiah W. Pollock Jr., died Feb. 17242 SW 101st St., Perrine died
and I mother ,that was so faith.' Mrs.. Gertrude. Carter, Funeral<.: Home. 11. Services held in the chapel Feb. 11. She will be sent to
a. ful," loving, kind and true. mother Rena McDonald, wife Friday, Feb. 15 with Rev. O. E. Madison Fla. Friday for final
l.. j E. O. Luckie, husband Walter Carter, stepson Prudence Arnett sister Turner officiating. Survivorsare rites; Her survivors are three
.. Willie\ J. and Cleomie, Mrs. Evelyn Hughes, sister Mr. and Mrs. William Trent, two grandmothers, aunts, sons a daughter, a brother and
,, ,. children ,Herbert Carter, brother grandchildren uncles and other relatives. others.
.
/
"
.j




_._ .. .. ..
.... -- -- --- "- -- - - -- -- -- --- -
._ .. . - .
L :: '-"'''''' ''' ''' .'' ",,; .,-- .... .....'_.-_ ...... Iifl't'rr' __ J _, _ - -
-



..L..
.,

.
t

,, '. ... !
.. .. (
-- ..1.
.. '.." t

FOR SALE;: FOR, SALE. \ .:. ,: THE MIAMI.. TIMES- MIAMI.FLA..w....,. '


in.Ofcett,at:our, liter :locatloii.62nd fit See, Drop our qualifying Completely necessary.furnished 2-bedroom, nq SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1963 "; ,PAGE 13..I
house near 12th .
new
office. Let, us show yoU Ave. in Manor
,
sQme of"the ,best Park $300 down and move right
as;\"$25Q: down for buys very as nice low, ,,'In. Life Realty, 4932 NW, 7th ,.FOR SALE I. ...- . '
FOR RENT 'home."See A. AVe. PL 94371.Unusually +
Ben-Korl, Realtor, : Very large 3-bedroom CBS, \ V* l't
.714,: 'NW 62nd St. Across from : plus hUge Florida room) In back Yourie.+*trivited7 I to attend. .
Jackson's nice CBS I
on lovely '"
E. PICARD Dept,, Store. ...
We "
I '
are street in and, also Florida room front ; : "
;here :
to serve Manor r rk., Florida theKkkoff
Rental you with ,the best
Agency :Barbecue ,
of homes. Office room, carport .awnings, appli and patio sprinkler
Ttental collections, property noon, open Sunday' ances. $400 down and $73 month ')System.: First ,time offered. This Meetingj
management real estate FHA. Life is a wonderful home for enter <
620 NW 8th tit. F&7-2902 Total Il: $8,500. Ave. 'PL -RealtY6 p 4932 n ,evenings NW 7th. :taining.. Terms, :don't miss seeIng ,
Srtssa cns;: and I this 'lf-you: are looking .fot I j .- -
Sundays.
FURNISHED efficiencies $300, .. dnwn.... DtttJ. _. I , ( .
utili' -- '" '* 'mw/iwi pays ,.. 'a very fine home. A. Ben-Kof., '"
ties Included. 12.50 a 'week. all. Fencedback- t .'yard, garbage. Ii' WANTED Realtor, 714 NW 62nd St. Nltesf i, EARL;: CARROLLI
G20 NW 8th St. PR 72902. and car..porter-' tflfty'room/Fla. BEAUTICIAN PL 05533. Days 754-3431.."' I
.
... porch,,;, stove and CallOX 1-0924 .
All large refrigerator.. |p r 6B -9.193, u'L Candidate, for House of;
I
NICE room A.
2-BEDROOM home In i Ben-Kori, p .. I
Opa-locka. T h"ye Bunche Park Realtor, 714,, NW 62nd St. 'Nltes. HOUSE\ FOR RENT Representatives Group 4
PL "
area.. Closed, )Jn fencefand ,nice 95533. Day 754.3431: WANTED TO bUY t ..
surroundings.; For information QUICK CASH for your home; 3-bedroonis' I At the Mary Elizabeth
Broker CE .
16654. M 9 Total $14,000, 3-bedroom CBS, 58672.CYPRESS Large living room, open Fiesta Room
very large Florida room, spac fireplace, front porch, solar
LADY AGE about 40) ious yard, very nice
or over terms. A.
to share room with someone I3en-Iori, Realtor, 714 NW 62nd MOTORS system for hot water. Saturday, Feb. 16
else. No drinking.. Ph.. 754-0543- St. Mites PL 9-5533. Days Seen anytime $23 week
1091 NW 55th Terr- : 754-3431..) BEST DEALS LOW PRICE At 11:30 a.m.
Transportation cars $50 $150 5238 NW 24th Court

UNUSUAL Furnished room. No qualifying 3-: 'M Pontiac 2-door hard top $75 "
necessary '
-- ---
Private entrance, private bath bedroom house 51 Cadillac, 4-door $125
on 42nd
wall towAll carpet, large closet: Freshly painted appliances. St. '56 Ford Convert $325
A '
1859 NW 60th St bargain at $6,700. $500 down 54 routine, 4-door $225 Be
:and $((10 a month. Life Realty, LOW DOWN PAYMENT I
SI: 4 PER WEEK. 3-bedroom un- 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. J+.Z Financing on our lot
furnished! duplex. 1365 NW 58th Open evenings and Sundays. Phone 945.1841
Terr. HI 61266. ::
: Lovely bedroom CBS 400 N.E. 167th St. AUTO RADIATOR SERVICE
on ex
1 R PER WEEK. Two
bedroom tra: large lot. Top location In

n6th unfurnished St. HI 6.1266.rIJRiSHED house.. 2332 NW and Manor some Park.furniture.Stove, refrigerator 1 Hour Service Credit Available
$450 down
and owner pays your closing ROBERTA MARTIN WHILE YOU WAIT

Call OX 1-bedroom apt. costs. Life Realty 4932 NW 7th Come in for free checkup '
15343. No children. Ave. PL 9-4371.
8. POINT SYSTEM

NICE HOUSE, fenced yard SINGERSof Remove Radiator From Back Flush Engine lllock
Two
mrtly furnished, small family. NW duplexes. 4711 and 4721 Car *, Check water pump & hosea
$'0 per week. Will sell 15th Ave. Each apartment Chicago, Ill Clean and Il easy has 2
bedrooms furnished Test Thermostat and 'and
terms to right party. NE 5-5566. apliances land
p Lots are 150 ft. deep Pressure Cap Paint Install RadiatorAll
FURNISHED and ,run right into ,Manor Park. IN CONCERT Work Guaranteed
or unfurnished
ant. in Opa-locka area. 1bedrootn Only $400 down and live rent COMPLETE STOCK OF REBUILT RADIATORSOPEN
free, Can
unfurnished $15 week, 2- tional or FIFA.bn bought Life conven Realty THURSDAY, FEB. 28 7 A.M. TO 5 P.M.;. MON. THRU BAT.

bedroom bedroom furnished unfurnished.$21 $18 2-bed-, 1- Open 4932 NW evenings 7th Ave.and PL 9-4371. 8 p.m. $1.00 6200 N.W. 27th Ave. Dial OX 1.2221
Sundays.
room furnished $25. Call Mic-
kips Rental Agency. NE 4-0500.
No "L "'"L' "L "L "L "L""L"L'"L" "L'"L "L '"L'"L""''' "L''
LONGSHOREMAN'SHALL
qualifying
Indf necessary.
Take over FHA payments. Si-
ROOM In private home for' nice bedroom CBS In best section of
Lincoln Fields
man Phone OX 1-6590. Call after Manor Park. $600,down and $72 : Apartments
3 p.m.1hpdroom. month nays all.: Life Realty,
4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. 816 NW 2nd Ave.
2045 N.W. 62nd Street
Open
apartment. Call PL ,evenings and Sundays.
3-4292. Ik .

ROOM NW 65th private home. 727 The Home You Want Could be Here Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments
St. Phone PL 7-6672. Offering Many Features

2-bedroom unfurnished apart. 1490.1492( N.W. 51st Terrace $85 month FREE ,GAS

went. 1980 NW 55th St. NE 1325 N.W. Slit Street $67 month
3-9908. Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Stove
4232 N.Ww 11th Court , $90 month

ROOM for nice man or woman. 3120 N.W. 68th Street 'I" $89 month,, Newlypainted Venetian Blinds
NE 4.8495. 5710 NW 19th Ave. Washing Machine Laundry Rooms
ARTHUR M. SOLOMON, PL 1.7492
Free Parking Auto hot water heater

FOR SALE THE KEYES 'CO., Free Garbage Disposal Filtered waterCARETAKERS

13.4 234 Bi.c. Blvd. Realtors FR 13592JACK'S
NW
44th St. Price reduc-
ON PREMISES
cd $800. Now onlv $10,000, $300 : : .:
down nayment. $67 per month..
Fee this beautv today. News s ----

llpaHv, 4600 NW 7th Ave. PL
"J-O055, Weekly Rates
MEN'S' WEAR

1083 NW 74th St. CBS beauty, $14.50 bedroom $18.50 2 bedroom Apt.

comnletelv re-decorated,: .hard- 944 NW 2nd Avenue
'wood floors Office Phone OX 1.8862
tile roof $400 total Renting open every day

'down.4KOO NW?77 7th month.Ave.,News PL 4-0655.Realty, Exclusive Men's Wear, from the top of your head to ''' '"L '',",""L"L'"L"L "L '''''"L'' "L ''"L"L' ," '' ,", "

1000 NW 75th St. the tip of your toes including .?
Huge corner '
house. 2 baths and huge Fla Hats Shoes Shirts Suits Trousers Caps"of

J0.0"1NPWV! decorated. $13.000pLSi Styles and quality at popular,prices Homes for Sale
$t down< $RO Per month.

furnished. Stove and refrtoPrator BE SURE TO COME AND SEE USr"L

NW 7th Ave.. News PL 4-0655.Realty, 4600 1009 NW 42nd Street

$350 down. $72 month. Lovely CBS, heart of Manor
1720 NW F> f&edrppm "L"L"L ""L ""L"L ""L"L"L"L "L'
lst
7 hath,. No quality"Terr *, move, FOR RENT Parka A must see home with many extras. No closing

rlrrht In. Low down payments costs.
nnrl' PACly terms. News I.BEDROOM UNFURNISHED
Ratty
1441 NW 43rd Street
.1(100 NW 7th Ave. PI 4-0655.. Reasonable Open Daily
$400 down. $75 month. Large lovely corner, two

"I"'p1v" 1M 'rtwn. $45 month, com- 3026 NW 66th Street jalousied porches, big, big closets, stove, refrigerator
: redWoratrd and spotless ahd automatic washing machine included. No closing -
0-horlronm ens!=
on large lot in LARGE BEDROOM HOUSE FURNISHED
m1lthWAqt. Only one mortgage costs.
'at av.fg, fnteiwt. flno total 1926 NW 5th ''Court 1729 NW 47th Street
:Price..,,,,Broker CE 5-8672..
CALL MR. GROSS'- EVENINGS FR 3.8936 $350 down, no closing costs, huge CBS, big bedrooms,

HOTTSFJ mom. dtnlnrr mn; SALE. TWO her!. Greater Miami Realty HI 4-6133 extra large living room, big dining room, and huge
room. $100 down.
*r-I1 ner, month with a 6%. Call L"L"L"L""L"L""L""L""L" ""L"L "L"L""L"_"' kitchenj
NE 5-5850. Mr*. Nellie Graves. :'I 1041 NW 47th TerraceNo

rnvnFTl. Total I $10,500 unfur qualifying. Superb custom built CBS on Manor
ni hed 2-hedroom." 1 walk IncJOClpt SISTER ROSE Park's choicest street. Tile roof, sparkling.

tile lath kitchen, dining Hardwood floors and! best of all, only one mortgage.To .

Fla rl'Vm.room.Hvlnsr nnrrh room wnrkchop.fire place.See Reader and AdviserDon't << see the above homes, call John Murray, nights,

1-5 n.m. 1242 NW 55th St. Saturday and Sundays, phone PL 8-6281.

.
W.i 9.200.. Only lion down fail to see her. Tells your past, present and
and $70 month nays all. This is Federal Mortgage Co.
tmorl1cf:: 'aurou XTSAOF n yCrrp.'" future
yard best" location 2 air conti'Hnn"rR. -

stove garage front 4500 N W. 5709 N.W. 2nd Ave. 'PL
Florida room. See If and you 27th Ave. Ph. 634-9169 42605fmmER

'WItt hnv A. Ben-Korl Realtor M2 ) CHAMBER OP COMMERCEClassified
714 NW Mn $t. Nltes PL

-t5 .. Lays 7543431. -
--



.- ..



,--..----- "'
,.Y -
- .,_.. - -,





,;
-
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Tuskegee Alumni BUNCHE PARK: readiness and pratice activities
I for manuscript writing.Congratulations .

] PAGE 14 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1963 Chapter MeetsThe Teachers and pupils from the to Mr. and
intermediate grades presenteda
Tuskegee Alumni Chapterhad live demonstration on new Mrs. Robert C. Jones on the arrival

and in a call meeting on Thurs- techniques in arithmetic at our of a baby boy.
BTW Dunbar Wheatley Budget
second PTA meeting of the year;
day evening to discuss the com Feb. 4. This was one in a seriesof We are happy to welcome '.
The Miami Beautification Flagler St. to NW 36th St.; Brie,. ing meeting of the National efforts that we are making I II back Mrs. D. M Miller who has
Committee has recommended to kell Ave. from SW 6th St. to Area Meet at Columt/us, Ga. on I to aid parents in understanding been away visiting her mother! ."-
the City Commission that some S. Miami Ave.; and additional February 1516., the types of things that are be who is ill in Dayton Ohio Mrs,
$122,000 be set aside in its 1963- landscaping of the DuPont Pla- The local president is the rep- ing done in our school. Miller. reports her* mother( '
nicely.
61 capital improvement budget za area. resentative scheduled to appearon is improving
for 10 landscaping projects. On Feb. 5, the handwriting
Beautification projects in the the the
opening program on
committee for our self-study Mrs. S. Lambert, principal;
vicinity of Dade County Public Alumni
Topping the list is the proposed Schools include Booker T. Washington Tuskegee Columbus.area Meetingat practicum gave a workshop R. J. Vickers and C. Sands, reporters -
of the MIamI"side Our last regular
landscaping which provided practice activities .
of the Julia Tuttle Cause- Junior and Senior high meeting was largely: attendedand
the various letter forms.
-4 schools, islands on NE 6th Ave., the business and relaxing on
way. Dunbar and Phyllis Wheatley period was spent profitably and Miss E. Feinberg, practicum
Also requested is the beauti- School areas and the traffic enjoyably, each recalling the supervisor, added to the sessionby Drive Carefully;
fication of NW 27th Ave. from island at W 14th St. past days around "The Grand showing transparencies of
Alma Mater" and the beautiful
surroundings. Because of the
Mantle' and Wills call meeting there will not be
Nathan Young another meeting this month. LANE'S GUEST: HOUSEOver

Miss Winifred Deleveaux classof
Talent ShowThe Award ScholarshipsMickey 1962, was the hostess for this
meeting. The meeting for March ( King The Tailor)

Nathan Young PTA Mantle, NY Yankees, will be announced after that
wishes to extend an invitationto I have designated Commerceand meeting, the group will meet 919/ N.W. 2nd Avenue
three times per year, but will
the public to attend its first Maury Wills, LA Dodgers, meet with their area chairman
"Talent Show" on February auditor 18, (Okla.) High School, and Win monthly, the months that the OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY
8 in the school
at
p.m. ston-Salem (NC) Teachers Col general group does not meet.
This will give a closer coordina Phone 371-5196 Miami
ium.Don't lege, respectively, as "their"choice Fla.M2
distance and
miss seeing Nathan tion and reduce
to receive $500 scholar-
Young's faculty do the twist, other problems of meeting. Call
the Bobby Marshall Dancers, ships donated in "their" name the president at 759-5221 for information
Hubert King, "The Fire Eater," by Pepsi-Cola Company. and contact. r

the Richard Strachan Trio, andas Commerce high school and Mrs. Ora D. Taylor, president; .
a special added attraction, Winston-Salem college will be William Fuller, secretary; Miss Your Watch Cleaned Oiled f.tr" "'1 "vrt
the nationally acclaimed Tren- solely responsible to administerthe Winifred Deleveaux recording Adjusted {
iers, presently appearing at a award based on student secretary; Mrs. Rosa Brady, II Guaranteed .................................... $4.75 t, .I,;.t.> 'fj ?

Miami Beach nitery. I need. treasurer; Richard Smith, mem- Your Portrait-Only! I .................... $1.00 1 R; '11.4f.,Y(>y:'
.
There will also be many, Pepsi-Cola cited Mantle and bership chairman.I ;Class Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radios !< ., ..3:

many more attractions. Miss Wills in honor of their selectionas Guaranteed Watches ........... from $6.05 < ," '''''{ ;': '.."
i
Blanche Calloway will be mis- The Sporting News "Playerof shall never permit myself to I \ 2
,
tress of ceremony. DAVID JEWELERS I : \' ;r
The Year" in the Americanand stoop so low as to hate any f:

There will be fUll and laughter National baseball leagues. man.-Booker T. Washington. 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave FR.4-1522 liJil..t: ::J

for all, so won't you plan ,
now to attend this big affair? I I

Mrs. Josephine D. Mackey,
principal; Albert Tresvant, PTA
president; Mrs. Hazel W. Mat-

thew's, reporter.

Youth HallActivities FREE GIFTS !



f, FOR NEW SAVINGS
Mrs. Pearl Wilson, physical ACCOUNTS

education Instructor, has been .
added to the volunteer program.
She comes in three times a .
week and takes the girls thru OF 50 OR MORE I

their paces. This type of pro- : ;',i ,; t,
"
gram is definitely needed because I.J I.
physically fit is
being a
J Jl
major necessity. JMf.. iM Y

Mrs. Sarah Yaeger and Mrs. .
Sadie Vincent hold a sewing
and good grooming class every 7 :
Wednesday morning. This pro- .
gram has been in progress since t : CORY VACUUM ,, .
.. the inception of the volunteer GLASS COFFEE
program, and the ladies keep BREWER
inspired by the enthusiasm of
\ i'
the children. 4-8 cup capacity.
The ( ,
i' Blanche Galloway, executive '1'tf. i finest quality ,
I, director of the WMBM Community o' product of Its kind. ,
Service Foundation and Perfect,too,for '
the chairman of the Youth Hall making iced tea and '
i Volunteer program would like coffee.Makes delirious
to express deep gratitude to coffee every time! .
STYRENE PLASTIC PICNIC COOLER
the community for the coopera-
.. tion she has received. Polished aluminum carrying" handle,Jigbt aad ttsy
Mrs. Dorothy Portlock, sup to handle. Perfect for fishing,barbecues sad outing

ervisor and the entire staff at .,
Youth Hall also wish to express I II 1111 -' I mill: I lUlU IlIIlIl ima I r II 11"'_
thanks to all volunteers for fulfilling -
a much needed services f
in our community.
:

IJI, ,
t '
t Beautiful Home on ,\ i .,I I I ..,

,' Your lot "
-
I Ii.

r".., .. LJ
I

SIGNAL LAMP AND FLASHER

f Compact lamp throws a powerful, long range beam aps'''
'Na of light.Includes flashing red sl&nalll&ht. perfect for
,
2ftIECE
- emergencies.Compact unit in heavy duty metallic GOTHAM BEVERAGC SET

: .. alto Comes complete with flashlight batteries. Mtnificent. addition1/1 your home,Includes
Complete Building ferric tyl-goart
I, -oz.tumblers,a Mning.
PLANNING frog,I coasters and stirrers Made of special

BUILDING tt!Irelihr plastic hi smart modem tfesic.
!\,
.
FINANCING '
Your New Home SAVINGS RECEIVED BY THE 20th OF FEBRUARY EARN FROM; THE FIRST

.
I NO DOWNPAYMENT FRII ,TRANSFER OF YOUR FUNDS "* *

FROM ANY POINT
IN U.S.A.
Owti
1-\
INSURED SAVINGS bM I- %
1
Construction Experience a year,
. ...
Guaranteed Satisfaction and

V t JQtDiD I7 FRANKLINFEDERAL 4'a .

!) @Q49 times a year. I!
,r
r, % )

; \:PL 1-3604

ii 888 N.E.. 79th St. aSAYINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI \t siiena'*$10.000 IT":*=*.

I 1001 N.W. 3rd AVENUE 371-7652 ........,.....O..JIII PI .'
;Q ; Miami Florida


..-........,..-....<" . -
- ._ .
---- - -:--





,,_ .,. -.,f,, \: ,:A".:", ,\ .'... .I .'Ai'JiJ1; ,,,,.. . "-J .-" ...-' .'



fi ,
'"''
__ .. "
,. .,
.' "_ '_ ."", "




HINES FILESIN Chips Fall Where They May." Tallahassee. He is a retired THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
Always interested in the prob. government employee (FAA)
GROUP II lems that affect all people he and now management consul SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1963 PAGE 15
urged the city to build a new tant of the Bunche Park Shop
opa-Iocka City Commissioner training center for mentally retarded ping Center and handles
public and believes that above all Dade employment and a decent stand-
that he is children
Ed JUnes announces and also urged relations for the All State
County needs and must have ard of living for all people 365
running for one of the new 11 the city to acquire the 89 available Bowling Properties. With his more industry because it
means days a year.
ve seats to be filled acres of surplus govern. wife and three children he resides -
front Dade County. Hines has ment land along 27th Ave. for at 1210 Perl St.
Initiated on a larger scale the industrial park purposes. An or- Got a Spare Room you want to Rent?
type of campaign which !in Oc- dlnance was passed and opposed The candidate bases his campaign -
loiter 1961, won him a seat on and placed on the ballot and on the needs of all people Try A Miami Times Classified Ad
the Opa-locka City Commission, was approved overwhelmingly t .
- - - - - - - - -
vacated by former Commission. by the voters in a recent elec. '1 ..WII < .
1tr -- -- -- -- -- < mmmm\< --' mm mn nVUf W B* *MJ* "MiaP- g''iCan't
er Frank Wead.' The term will tion. Kt

expire in April, 1964. Here is a personable, fair and *
As a city commissioner, Hines square, aggressive man, who if Afford Insurance? 1Jt
pursues a policy of "Let -The- elected will be heard from in Iii Iii


.. .... :
-- ---- -- -----
Leona Johnson

Your, Health Receives Nursing N Elt' Yon Can at Service-Firstl II IIl I


CapOn #
w, p t ....
4 Saturday, Feb. 9, Leona T. IIM ,., Jt J

Johnson Miami of 1238 NW 72nd St., . . . No Accident in Past Three Years? fltiW
b received her student
nurse's cap at an impressive .'. . . No Tickets in 'Past Three Years? U

QJ I ceremony conducted by Mounds. $,2$ (Parking No Inspection, Muffler Ticket. Do Not Count) ;Uj;

ceremony Midway School was held of Nursing.in the Cen The I P' . . . No Man or Boy Driver Under 25 Years OldJt f |

tral Minnesota Baptist, and Church marked of St.the Paul successful ., !y; . . . Drive Less Than 10 Miles (One Way) from i IS;i

IJy DR. 1 HI. RADIN phase'of completion Miss Johnson's of the nursing first ate Home to Work? (Policy Covers Anywhere &&J

.?-..---.------ I education. N, JnU-S. A.) Iu

.. .., JL
What is fatigue? Great honors I In keeping with the tradition "
will lie conferred upon the re :.at Mounds-Midway, each of the kJt JtkJt
searcher who can solve the mystery students participating in the NO TRICKS ... NO GIMMICKS t1i
of fatigue and find some capping ceremony received a
means of combating its dangers the Florence white pocket Nightingale Testament.Lamp The anda If the answer to ALL the above questions is "Yes" bring
No scientist knows all of
changes that take place in the New Testament Is consideredart W; this paper to our office. We can write a one year, iu
of the uniform of a Mounds-
human body: when It is in a
state of fatigue, and there is .Midway nurse. g$1O-20-10M

much But let to the us be consider learned dancers about the of fatigue.matter overcoming Jurious to health unless they !&wv ti Auto Liability Insurance Policy tf

from a practical rather than a are! removed from the body. It tt
technical point of view. Fatigue Is also well known that long t
means excessive tirednessand periods of overwork without r Jt FOR YOU FOR ONLY
there are two varieties of sufficient rest and sleep havean :: t
It. 1. Weariness resulting from exhausting effect on nerve
overexertion, and 2, exhaustiondue cells that control the action of month
I $11.39 :i
to disease. muscules(In a state, so when of fatigue a worker, toxic is PI:: a Jt

The tiredness that one norm waste materials are being circulated ?u WITH A $17.00 DOWN PAYMENT 1t t.h t.
j
ally feels at the end of a busy in his body, his cells
day will disappear during a ire exhausted and his musclescan CASH PRICE OF POLICY ONLY $99 till
night' of sound sleep. But if one only weakly respond to his Jt
wakes up tired in the morning, efforts to use them.
It means that he or she is over 1 1 11 J1t
worked or undernourished, or The worker can do much for JJt1., FIRSTINSURANCE t
of fa-
has had too little sleep or restor himself In the prevention J
He should take full advantage
has some exhausting diseaseIn tlgue.
the last named case the ser of opportunities to rest
vices of your doctor are, of and should make it a rule to get N i t tlt
course necessary. But In any an adequate amount of sleep. 11 I
case of abnormal wearinessthe Ills food should be nourishing,
cause should be looked for his living quarters should be II 1I
and, as far as possible, shouldbe well ventilated so that there is L
removed. It has long been a constant supply of fresh air. JtJt
known that there are waste materials This article is published as a 3497 N.W. 7th Ave. NE 5-6355 ;
in the blood circulating public service and to writtenby
through the body. Dr. M. Raclin, 1159 NW 3rd - t tI
These waste materials are in- Ave. - - - - - - - -- - - -
.... .. .
- - - - - --------- -- -- -------------- ------ -- -- ---' - -- -- - -




I Lincoln Estate Motel


a 4k

k :1r1roa ,fr:5Jg *d 22339 S. Allapattah Dr., Goulds, Fla.


NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS


Spacious Rooms Large Closets
-
-- Private :Bath -each room* 24 Hour Service
-
--------
m d Stove & Refrigerator Modern Furniture

Television Maid Service

Ample Parking Area
.. .
.. ,., ,'
i LINCOLN ESTATE. ,
t ALLAPATTAH DRIVE fc
-
( MOTEL 0

y : ,
RESTAURANT, LOUNGE


and PACKAGE STORE

Platter Parties Convenient Shopping

Friendly Atmosphere Modern Prices ,

Delicious Food.I. Open Every Nite "

.?
Phone' Circle 7-9137 ;'

Drive south,on U.S. 1 to.Cutler Ridge shopping center-4nm left at Bowling all jED


- - -- - --- - - - - -JT JTJT .JJ< :t.LV.rC: jJ
n .....,.. nW/ -- -- -
{ -- -- -- - - - -



.
- "Iaar



(f
I .. . H'
.. .. ", " '
--
. '"
"
-
"
,. -

1 1I
I


THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Dr. ,Cryer .GivesCommunity BROWARD COUNTY: 'I,Central' In.. We5t Baptist 4lEd Church 1f )dodgy on The Sunday l

PAGE''16 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1C, 1963 Service ,,'e'NEWS: ;.:' Rev. E. J. Cltttk. "1s'th :prdgres-
.
;
live pastbt.) jy ;
,
Dr Llngston 'I'G yep; deft. t .
tlst with offices' at '14518 Lincoln The smith\ Broward 'Post Np.8105&VfW .
1 Boulevard, Richmond,' :..Heights will meet Sunday Mrs. Josephine Stfanchan
Feb; 17/6; p.m. at then-Chamber wishes to thank the tn). any
Commerce Building.: All mem- friends who sacrificed and went
4RESS. beip,, please be present.. down In prayer ,for her ,son,
Leslie Armond Strachan' Jr.
Mrs. Eieanor Bowe will .cele Special thanks; to Central Missionary -
M1 brate her birthday: Feb. ::18 at Baptist Church; in
1: ,rIIJ<'!:.., her home In. 'West Hollywood. ,, which the Rev. E..J. Clark is
..., ',' ..
i :i 'pastor? lady:thafl .s.to the Pallt'0dg0 -
1'INDCR The Freeway Handftata ;;League': 'ben' 11f*,. No,'*6 'In. which
at'Bunche Lanes Is gettmg.along Willie .olleiLf11; president,.for
P ..r ... fine, ,and has: only two; jpipre 'the, prayers! .'and donation. Iti addition

.. .,__ .. ,ouit:, -)) UG 1Tnti, '"Ferecltn 4 (RTng 0' Hearts) the place for Come months ptt>>| and br. watctj wInter, ) ;ypur'; qwJtng:..teamr.p ,: !' 'of,:yerHon Pallbearers Scott Lode'vice tyo.'president 5,

hinder, Beaulah and Yours Truly happenings. Ditto another old ,. ..-...-.. - i'
say thanks, to the many timer Jackie Corbett former, ,Leroy, .n jStebblns . 420 .sw, )hAii "also to the 'HeroinesoMerlchb

friends and neighbors who ex- manager . Ernie Belle Nelms 28th St. had: emplified much concern and Interest Most >Anclent Matron Royal
hails Lakeland as Home, wears :party Saturday night, Feb.
in her recent operationfor the Hearts' red and white toggs 9,, He received many{ gifts from Chapter ,,39* ,Order; 'of Eastern
acute appendicitis and peritonitis on weekends only and looking. friends and relatives.; : Among Star;, Mr- Beatrice Hill Worthy
and especially during her cute . Vala Mae Hubbard' the Miamians .Yours 'Truly' met Matron and Mrs. Louise White,
two days on the critical list and Franklyn Lanai MsCart-: were' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Martin who has' lost'manv nights or
ney have mailed invites to their and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Marks: rest as if he--was her own.
We are sure it was pray I
ers that guided the your skilled nuptial happenings today (Saturday .I '"Also present were ,Charles Go-- Special Ith riks"...goes to the
) in Opa Locka.3Act wan, captain of.Bowe's' Earlier friends
,i, hands of Dr. Matthew Walker, 'man.y.f.>, majtjy jwhosenapieajj
nowUnam Mrs. ,
Shop ;and
dicUtfot chU. May God
:
(Meharry) which are keepingour Gowah .,'. :'I. '
; and
? each
daughter alive. Special bless: irndnkeSp every-
Comedy at and formerly in charge ,pf the, dhVof
thanks to the bus drivers of I 1. 'W1tepbIrn 'took'.uP yoU.r
dental mobile unit for'th'e Fla. dugs -
Lines. (She beccame
Greyhound assistant of The Strachan Family
Health as pastor
State Board of Department -
ill on her way to Fisk U.); examined 154 first gradersat t. '
were helpful and courteousand -' ---- - -- ---?- - -- - - -
very ,
A. L., Lewis
of their Elementary
went out way to Miami Northwestern
make her trip so easy her after Thespians, will present 'a three- School, Feb.Homestead G. As a part on 'Wednesday of the FORD REAL ESTATE SPECIALSSee
to off
two attempts remove act comedy, "Lock, Stock and schools' program In observanceof
the bus to a hospital.
Lipsticks by John Hendersonon National Dental Week.

Last but not least, her class Tuesday. evening, Feb. 19 at Other phases of the week's ,our large selections of nice homes in Liberty
8.15 o'clock.The
mates, among them Beryl Ja- : : I observance were skits, surveys
will
City Manor Park and Opa-locka. We help
of dental needs and talks you
nell and Doris and Dean Gray play will be held in the : con
We know you are as anxious to school auditorium with Dorothy cerning nutrition, good health with the financing
see her in classes this coming Harvey and Maria and dental care by the school
week. May God. continue to bes- the .leading roles. Admission Holmes 50 in. nurse,' Mrs. E Morris,,the cafeteria i.--'+lift? KW,4ein Strea :& . ',-, ,.,{tZ. ftrhu
..
tow His blessings on each of manager, Mrs A. McCol- '' '
cents.
Drive 'b'lbf.. beautiful' home1.. 3-bedroohis. Ask
you,,tQ continue His work, )Jum and,all classroom ;teachers. ,, \ ; :
.
I', ,for,sonny' Wright or Judy Owen., ,
Beaulah was called to the ," , : *! .
hospital Thursday evening. ''She : 2-7S3/NW: ,52nd ,Street ''.. <", '' $550 ,,down
I
Jetted ied by there her aunt and..was Nurse accompan Eloise JET TV CLINIC .,3-bedroom CBS' home.. .''Idol" closing... ; costs'Ask. ; for
Reynolds the same morning. : 'Mrs; Lee. ,; :

HOME SERVICE CALLS $1.00 3-1134 NW 60th Street'!" ". $400 down

ENTERTAINMENTTHAT Nice, clean 2-bedroom CBS home. FHA terms
"CHERRY SIP" the Day or NightWe Florida room and carport. Ask for Mr. Milton
Bethune Chapter 8 OES has In

,store for your taste' buds Is Feb. Service All Makes of 4. -. 1361 NW 44th Street $250 down
24 at the home of the John
Giddens at 14701 Fillmore St. HI-FI's and STEREOSWe f -1u >60hi home* Florida robin, Cftrpoft. $22 a
In the Heltrhts . Dunbar PTA Week. Awnings, stove And refrigerator. ,Ask for
Annual Valentine Tea and Fash- Also Rent Mr. Milton:
ton Revue theme, "The Wide
World Continental of Fashion" will featurethe TV by the week or Month 5-2907 NW:! 55tk Street. For rent $20 Week
Models at its
cafetorium Feb. 17, Leon Kelly; 3-bedroom home Fenced yard.)
president; Nelson!= Adam, prim. 907 N.W. 2nd AVENUEPhone
cipal . Jobberwock Goes to 6-3121 NW 67th Street { $20 week

Radio City Is this year's exciting 2-bedroom home. Rent with option to buy.
tag for Delta Sigma Theta'syearly FR 4-2044
presentation which aid We have duplexes other income
the chapter's scholarship fund. many and properties
It's March 7 . Mardi Gras for sale.. Down 'payments start alt $500
Time at the Church of the Incarnation r
will get underway "Living Service for the Living' U We are open. Saturday and Sunday
Feb. 22 thru the 26 at its 54th We are open ever nite 'til 8 p.m.
St. site. Ii


NATIONAL Alliance of''Pos- RENTAL' SPECIAL
tal Employees' annual Ball Is
tonite (Friday) Feb 15 at Bay- 4502 NW 23rd Ave.--bedroom house (rear)

I' front Park audit It's that oncea .. ,;. $15 a 'week;.
"rain, sleet or snow"
mall year carriers, handlers, etc. let 1511, NW 42nd St>--bedroom house '(rear)'

you tote the note ,. The $16 a. week .: ', '. t
3 ASR.
of 15 Clubs'at Bayfront.annual prom'It's formal Marc, : Dca:7tp '. 780 'NWi55th' ',St.-1-bedroopi,, apts. ;$15 week

. ,
natch ,I Juanita Dixon Is va -.' t \ I 'x
catloning and appearing weekends ; J"

Hearts at stomping her former grounds King, after 0 Oscar L. Range Funeral HomeM. Ford Inc.

six: years leave in Canada, New Realty
Mexico and New, York. Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range, Mgr. ,,,

5727 N.W. 17th Avenue '' .
"BOBBY" RANDALLpopular 569 N.W. 54th Street PL 7-2559
OX 1-0131 OX 1-4343
waitress and sweet personality,
continues to make her old spot -- ; -
,
I ..............u'.....'_.".u.".__."...'_."'.u"'''.u'''''..u.''.__.'*'..itv''..**....*.*.*.*.**.**.*...* *.*.**.'.*...'..*..._*...'.*.*...*.*.*! *..* **..1.*.?.*.!.*....Y/.:: ..-:.-:e-:.--: -_Y.:.?. .:..:- --=-': .:.:_--!--::;--:-:-:-IS-:'-::";::;IM--::;":N ii iii, =:ii: :iiiii:= YMVN N.. '1n
: ..:.!.,.
I '
!
U Johnny Lomelo's :.; .: .



iii"i li KING O'a HEARTS CLUB. Yi N



d NO RESERVATION 6000 N.W. 7th Avenue TABLES FREE



,: THE BIG PACKAGE *





liii il LITTLE WILLIE JOHN THE DRIFTERS t




It PHIL HARRIS. M C SAM AND DAVE SAM EARLY BAND .



a Featuring: : Bobby King with the Drifters. . Also Retha Reese, Eddie Lee Rusty (shake some more)


al Presley and Hazel . Dance 'team symphony in gold. Adm.; Thurs., Fri., Sun. $1.00 -Sat. $1.50

,......- ogog..;:gngos..:..";s..;s..:..";s.re.ra..:SiiBi ................................................................................................ ......:41.If-... ..... .... :.. .... ... "IQ.I ..:.,. .. : ...
16T./. _; ;".' _..... i.<"i&>rewgoI ...,..,,. ., 1/d.1/.1l..IA. l.//JJM.1/.4//.hlbd1.M/.611.611.611..1A61661/.6/A: ;:1a61/.b/1. J1.61M.16.' ...1,..I/r.JI...,......IA. ..IA6. ,i./.' =_a"I".zd. .. .... .... ...... .. ,,. K .T



University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs