The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: March 24, 1962
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00309

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39TH YEAR, No. 30 MIAMI FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1962 16 PAGES10 Cents ,


City Opens Giblin to Check} Grand Jury I

List in Dunaway Murder Case I

Golf Course .r ., Tho secretary of the Grand Jury Judgo Floyd and the date for arraignment -

commission was ordered by Circuit was set for March 2 L
Judge Robert Floyd on Tues When Giblin demanded the list
day to open its list of 500 namesof of names, lie was refused.
Clubhouse prospective Jurors to Attorney The current Grand Jury mem..
Vincent Giblin for "examinationand bers (23)) were' drawn at random
copying." from a box containing 500 names ,j
lly Bard Bond-it After they had been "strecued"
Giblin is representing Mrs. Eugenia from a larger list in February: submitted i
Father Theodore Gibson At. B. Thomas on a murder by tho 10-man Grand Jury
tya. 0. Jrttvea attd It. Afrlngtdn charge. He obtained the order Commission these wero placed inn
Rev, E. T. Graham Thomas Arm from Floyd on the grounds that he tho box.
brister Ernest Hayes, Ira Maxwell, A wanted to see if the Jury had been Giblin has the ffoht; to see the
Otis James, Ralph Williams, Dave oaoooo properly impaneled, and if he list of the :500 nanttf* (In tho juror'
and Mayme Bondu went before the 1. could find a possible legal flaw on box foe 1060 and 1061, according;
City Commission Wednesday morn which he might base a motion to to Judgo Floyd's order
ing to discuss the policy of the quash the indictment against Mrs.
Canteen In the Municipal Justice Thomas. Elks Oratorical
Building, S
The directive to Circuit Court
rather Gibson and Attorney Clerk E. B. Lcatherman who is Contest March 26
Graves were refused service with also ex-officio secretary to' the
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the statement that they were not Grand Jury commission, also( ordered The local Elks annual Oratori
city employees, while at the same the lists revealed to attorneys cal Contest will be held on Mon
time a White female who had jdst for John Millings; Aubrey day: March 26 at 8 pm. at theDixie
been in court for prostitution was Henry and Clarence Simpson-co. / Park Auditorium, 340 N.W.
being served. She was not a city -y -- defendants of Mrs. Thomas in the 13th St.Each.

employee, we',hope. Attorney Ar- -SCHLITZ $10,000 WINNER. Ned English (right) Tampa murder case. of the high schools lit
rington also stated that he had I smile. That's the amount Dado County will have a student:
railroad worker, wean a $10,000 The Grand Jury indicted the
been refused service for the same
reasons, while on recess from a his fish-an 11-ounce bass-was worth In the Schlitz Fishing four on charges of first degree f competing this for the top prize in
trial Derby. English caught his tagged prize in the Kissimmee murder some weeks ago and they contest.
,Following the contest a specialentertainment
wero to bu arraigned Judge
Results were that everyone River near Route 60. English is shown here shortly after Floyd on March 14. Giblin appeared will be held at the;
shall be served in the Canteen regardless Gene Warnstedt (left), manager of the Jos. Schlitz Breweryat at that time.. and asked for a Elk's home, 329 NW, 16th TtT
of Race* Creed Or Color, Tampa, informed him his tagged fish carried a top $10,000 postponement until ho could determine Special prizes will bo given to the
and the signs were removed before award. if the Grand Jury had Lodge and Temple having the
the group reached the cantg n been impaneled properly. largest attendance at tfw contest
Commissioner Dalaban asked ChiefHeadley and the entertainment. Tho purrlie I
to inform of the em- The request was granted by is invited,
all Ma Teachers Gel
the the ry's Injury .
ployeeswhich nRobgrtt
Mayor King .
High sanctionedThe IOancels SiMs Pay Raise \

second item discussed was Pay raises were approved on
the matter of the Clubhouse at A scheduled sit-in at the Ssbring' Wednesday by Dade County School
Miami Springs Country Club where sports car endurance race Saturday Board for about 350 full.time employees ,..
Father Gibson and Attorney was cancelled Wednesday as and more than 1,200 substitute -
Graves stated that Negroes were the only Negro entrant was forced teachers. A summer work. 'f1ig
denied the use of the facilities. out by an auto accident. shop for English teachers, and tho
The City Manager, Mr Melvin purchase of two parcels of land
Reese, and the City Attorney Frank Mabry, Jr., the driver, of from a cemetery, were also given
stated that the Club should have New York, speeding at 80 miles tho OK. 4
been opened to the public because per hour on Tuesday demolishedhis Substitutes and teacher's aides J. rP1 ;! r
the contract so states.. that no Austin Hcaley on a road between will get an increase of $1.00 per '
city.owned facility cart>ce segregated the track and the day, $13; summer teachers will } -
regardless vtfefclbe' ,concessionaire ;,was.:'out' oJTthjB'race, track; : get $75 a week instead of $70., The
;is ;This/p yokes ,the :,voidsS&Sbot ,' :.... annual! pay for stock clerks,,andradiotfv .y4
the contract hsbf'.oZ,onrirsbgWttflTI'haManagement.th3 ters b 1.Tbd:guns : .*"4MSferwui' twnl"',.th*' ?; ;crewmen' ,rose. as'J hiih'.as- F, )
c $ 0fl'ln some cias3 ficatlons:
Tampa and Miami areas had planned
will be so advised The board is to purchase the
a demonstration to focus na
Wednesday two parcels of land from Evergreen .
tional attention ,
on Mabry as the 'i ttF
driver ,and Memorial Park, a graveyard
only Negro to test segregation -
in the restaurants of adjacent to Bethune Elementary
Sebring. School, to expand tho maintenance :
w I "Now we will have to hold the facilities of the school and possibly $: LIi

demonstration in abeyance," said create a new playground. .{ !,"r u.I1 .
the Rev. A. Leon Lowry, NAACP Appraised at $120,000 the land 11l
state president Wednesday when will be bought for $125,000, because
r'witM be heard of the accident. the sellers have offered a :' 1' .
"We had counted heavily onSlturday's third piece of property to the _____ ,
: sit-in school as a gift-as soon as tho
to servo as a
springboard for other demonstrations I graves have been removed from it.

in Central Florida," he added.
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Mabry suffered back injuries _
and cuts and would.not be able to I y,!hM
substitute another car because of, \111
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4 :
; track regulations Fred Kingsbury, I '
spokesman for the race, explained. \
Florida Highway Patrol charged -

p Mabry with reckless driving. 11dNAlr I Omega 'Talenfiiunt Winners. !;' ""I

1i\ Science Fair Al Sigma Alpha. Chapter, Omega "Carmen and first place to'
Psl Phi Fraternity:Inc., of Mi.' Aurora Griffin of Northwesternwho
r ami, presented Its ,Talent Hunt ao ,brilliantly tang "Villa.
Dinner Key Demcputratlon on March 1, In nella." II.
the ,Northwestern Senior High Mini Griffin 'WM given a $26
I Almost 900 high school scientists School auditorium. The local award, 'a trophy and a trip to
MRS. GEORGETTE CAMPBELL working in the shadow of the chapter of this fraternity appears Savannah -State College where ,"' ,
a resident of Miami for some 44 mighty Thor-Able mlssle, made I to have found some of the out. 'he will hare the opportunity to,
years, and owner and operator of hasty last-minute 'preparations on standing talent existing In the compete with l local wlnnnt from '
Georgette's Tea Room, died Saturday Tuesday for tho South, Florida High School of .MiamLThll' Omt. other Florida, Georgia and" Ala.
March 15 at her residence, Science: Fair.Opened ga Talent Hunt project has been barns communities I
2540 N.W 51st St. She U sari on Thursday and con In existent in many communities Other honored guests oath..
vived by her husband, George; tlnuing through Saturday Dinner throughout the ,nation for program who war net la .omi
two brothers George B. Mclver. 'I Key Auditorium, the eighth annual several years however, the" local petition wert John Prydr.; and ;
and Frank Scott; a sister, ,Mrs. I fair is sponsored: ; jointly the chapter: was Indeed proud to be.' Janet L. Kings John Fryer did a +
this annual aetlrltf lure 'lathe
and gin
magnificent job of "Tho TellTale '
Willie Lee Johnson; two sisters-in- University of MIami. the N .,
Miami are* Heart" by Poi and thetta.ational .
law Mrs. Ezra Scott and Mrs, "Miami Herald
Elizabeth Mciver .a nephew ,J iomy The Thor-Able'a striking symbolof WSPApEQ Congratulations to the winner nine rear' old Mis Kimr
Aldridge; a niece Mrs. Evelyn scientific achievement, was of the talent hunt for their entertained the audience while, rr'
Aldridge. Funeral services will placed outside the entrance of the excellent performance. ,The 3rd the winner were' being seloctc4.' n
be held Saturday, March 24, 1:00 auditorium by eight Air Force place winner was William Kelly This high calibre program WM r
pith at St a Church, men Tuesday. It stretches an imposing Marsh 24 is last of North Dad In his selection of truly representative of Miami's ,, '
with Rev. J. B. Blaclknell, Minister 93 feet toward space. your "A Variation of the. Carnival of talented youth and,their cultural -
officiating. Interment ,will The fair opened to the public in Venice." pleasure Brother CharUn Baker
follow in Lincoln Memorial Cemetery ,Thursday and Friday 2:30: to 10:00p chance to register and E. ,Hutcbesoo 'eenredjaa"..
Mrs Campbell is now in ,m., and will open Saturday. from CQo4 plae vept ta., Sandra cbatUiln4xtd '-eo-o-4halrman, 1' ... t ,
neighborhoods /
repose at Range Funeral Horn .8.30: ajn. to 9.00; p.m. your Fox, 'Northwestern who tang, this'local project.: .


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Around Miami IN AND AROUND t ccnlly Assistant weW tq! deputy"W. V* flraflger fiorBifiissidriert, ffdri

Albert MIller, frOirk deputy su efintencfeht >
The Carver Branch YMCA THE BAHAMAS id fiUperirttende-nt< } Jogzj
will hold Its second Family In.
CfaWleyi.ftonl depUty ta ;.aSsistantsuperintendent. (
By DAVE BONOU stitute, Sunday, March .25 At 4130$ MM, heat tare Matheft. 6d, tf iiU- George teyillv d
p.m. in the auditorIumot the pHi I mart, .41)i was"s v.ed front ndn-BaHdmlan; was promoted frond

-.-"... .- ..-- ..........-..........------ ----..........- I association.It.. Daniel\. Lang, executive ttt t drowning when sfte\ .Monday tell. oVeVWnl,mgnt March.12 it Kellv's) t ; missioner.niiperiritendcnt to issl 'ant i com1-

TUB GLASS ha proven it time she was In our area she Greater Miami' Urban LngiW.\t Dock vrban Knowles and Cadt t., *
will discuss ''Job PlUe,1 \ Gcorgb V no\vcs\.wh! l Heard Her
at the Palms in HalUndalt ,
'Dig name attractions are the was Thli subject Is regarded as fall, jumped to the rescdc .>nd L. 6. Piddling, ,p rIi rrleqt fy
'thin to have In any cocktail where she wau a huge success. of vltnl 'Importance In the raid lifted the unconscious wonianfrozI\ Leader .(PLP, ) in the House of
'lofl1+itt or night club. Last week Naturally Bill Caddy ahd his population} growth.' the water. .Constable lIa4riSdp; Assembly; moved no confidence
1 >aw one of the biggest crowds Combs will please you with his Country.. Mr. LangVi\ discussion\ \ who was, called\ hissed .to. the resolution against Deputy Speaker
-/1the Knight Beat, when Clyde fine rendition of many of y itila should prqve valunlblfc l t6 hjfcII I scene and Administered artificial R. II. Symonette (UBP), on March
Klllens had Marie Knight back favorite tunes. All at the Harap* =tehers who may ) rly respiration., Mrs. Mather was takento 8, on the grounds that the speaker
bv popular demand TuU week, ton House this weekend.COA'filtA'I'VLA Informed' as to the Availabtlity of Princess Margaret Hospital "affirmed to the incapability of
he has the famous Drifters as jobs for both ski ilku: where her condition was improve non-white persons governing them.
an attraction and at press time, I 'IA skilled laborers. Micdof bisdlscutifiloh ing. selves." An amendment to the
thA Glows sat 1 he'd try to resign I to Jack focused on resolution killed it by 17-11
and Charlie Hadley for \ may be the a vote.
Marie Knight for this week's : Grepron
*how too. Let's face It, Clyde a One documentary film on the Negro In economic order that he may The Church of God of Prophecyheld -
alter his and social
T rP8-nts the best entertainment I Negro of Dade County Tuesday its 41st Annual Colonial Con Alexander Major, '42, was found
condition through for
is to night. The story was short but tb preparation vention at the East Street Audi
In all Miami. His! policy givea job bpportunltles. dead in his bed on March 6. Mr.
little and take a little. the point. However, as Jack cald better torium. The meeting satrted with Major, a .taxi driver lived, In the
there was ro much more to fell A display of materials on various a parade from the Church up East Ann's Town District off Kemp Rd.
Tuesday nleht id Amateur that time did not permit. It wasa careers will be featuredthe St., to Bay St., to Blue Hill Rd. and i i *
nlrht and admission Is free. fine program and 1 am sure Miami Public Library for back to the Church on March 11,
Thursday night' Is Ladles Night that all of us will want to show. all In attendance to observe and and lasted one week. A large dele ', The number of tourists who arrived
in in
end admission It also free. On er WLBW-TV with Thank You study for their benefit gation came from Florida. Nassau February was
Friday, Saturday and Sunday card! showing our appreciationfor In addition to Mr. Lang, the I 38,426, the Immigration Depart.
m"hts admission Is $1.00 and explaining force of our problems ment reported. For the same
program, with Miss Helen Dor. Clarence Augustus White, 63,
last it
attraction The period year was 32,740.
$1,25 for name and helping to give our
sett presiding, will also feature died at his home on St. James Rd.
other places could put a charge nelrhfcor of other races a better mui'lc selections under the direction on March 10. lie was a well-known s sIn
nn the door for name attractions understanding of the Negro. The
of Arthur Evans choral dl.
builder and veteranof
carpenter, a a double-ring
ceremony per.
because people do not mind payUtj young man who played the part rector of Northwestern Senior World War I. lie is survived by formed by the Rev. Father Michael
for good entertainment. They of "Lazarus Jones" Is to be con.
want It, but they are not fools gratulatrd for a fine perfor High School. his wile, Alice; five sons, William, Elden at St. George's Church, on
George Richard Samuel and March 6 Miss
enough to pay for jet anything. mance. lie Is Terrell Ferguson, 8, The present sponsors! compos Hanna
Lewis two Miss Alicia William
; daughters, and Boyer
Young wero
a student at Douglas Elementary ed of Robert Clark, Maynor Hall
Then too people want good School. and Arthur Doreey, promise an White and Mrs. Edwin Davis; and married. The bride is the daughter
mu They like doing the Chickon late Mrs. Marjorie Hanna of Ack-

Scratch, and It looks like"the QUICK NOTE PKPT: Guess Dr. William Albaugh, P15y h01o. The recent, storm washed out lins, and the groo mis the son of
onlv place to scratch Is at the who called and talked long dis.tince gist, Dade County Children, Home the approaches to the Glass Win. Mr. and Mrs. William Young of
"KnlfcM' Deat. So come on club to Maymfl and I fir !over began the Family Institute as he dows bridge at Eleuthera and Nassau.
'twnprll.Z"/ t wise and let'rt, have an hour the other night The spoke to an appreciative audience blocked traffic, and badly damagedthe '*

pome geM name talent In your one and only Jockey ;Jack tlibscm. on "The Roots of Delln. dock at the Bluff. The sea Sister Cecily Taylor, 0.S.B., the
places. If YOU want to make who Is now doing his show quency" last Sunday. The Com. wall between Old Bight and New former Marcella Taylor! wij one
money you have to spend money. out of Cleveland, Ohio. He asked mitts hail released the follow. Bight, Cat Island, was completely of seven seniors at the College of
U9! to remember him to all of his ing subjects and dates for the destroyed. Almost a mile Of the St.:: Benedict St. Joseph. Minnesota
JA77/V ICED is a name that former listeners and hfo friends remaining institutes: April 1, road along Hall's Tract and the elected to membership in th3
b"lf>nir* to a v-unl r man who Is :My man, Charlie "IIoss" 4.30() p.m. 'Travel, Places to See road near the wharf near Cock- Omega Chapter 6f Delta Epsilon
pVrmt" to nut the CInb Ml nn the \ Slfford the only Negro In the In South Florida and the Carib. burn Town, San Salvador, were I Sigma, National Scholastic Honor
"'"t'" *o see llpt". ;Jazzy R e d POA Is holding' his own at D ral ben, Charles C. North's Travel washed out. I Society for Catholic colleges and
hAt onened the Entertainers Country Club Charlie Is playing Bureau; April 8, 4:30: p.m. Si universities. She is the daughterof
club thfre Mavme Charlie $Itt- In the $50,000 Open I'll be "Law for Lawmen" Howard Bahamians receiving promotion Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Taylor of
ford mid I stopped In tv see the leaving; on the 28th of this! month Dlxqja. attorney, Civil Liberties in the Bahamas Police Force re-' East Shirley St., Nassau.
how which featured Bill Rob.' for Memphis Tenn., to the Mid. Union.
1n"nn and his Quails plus HaT winter Conference of the United a.1. LI 111' T.l' tM'.ll H..T\ ', Li Ll> '.- . .
vvreu. "on and his" band. This Golfers Association.

Sntupdav hfll is presenting his Linda Hopkins at
First Chicken' Scratch Darn Inspected and Approved
Tnr* nnd you sale can wear I'lli, be representing the Par
abort ,iklrt! of the Daisy Mae and Birdie Club In making a bid Hampton House
t"P and the ruvs should wear to brl.R the National her !n
oT''TA1h. ThAt's ronna be some 1963 or 1964. Tourniment DI. Opening Friday at the Hampton LOVELY HONES OPENLOW
""In. ''''. Satltrd,.". Sunday and rector Ernest Hayes, hag also House Night Club is Linda Hop
M+nrtnv at the Entertainers Club been selected as a delegate for kins, sensational New Brunswick
....Q ">inw n'eht... Monday is Blue the Par and Birdie Club The recording artist. Linda is fast becoming LOW DOWN PAYMENTS
F!' n'n"* WedneMnv illl Amateur Hotte Shoppers on the Turnpike known In the entertain

'nfor)1t) and Thurpdav Is Entertain meet serve everyone alike an of ment world and has Just finished EZ TERMS! LESS THAN RENTo
ens night last Wednesday. This is another engagements at New York's Blue

mov toward Half-Segregated Angel and the Living Roomandin -
cttite hecomln a part of the Chicago at the Playboy Club.
"VOW, ThAT Satellite Lounge U. S. A. E. Lola Format te Her style and enthusiasm in
1'1. re"n the talk or the town. 'nvadlntr the big hotels on the putting over a song is tremendous. SEE TODAY $25 BINDER HOLDS
'i net CIrAav they lied to turn Beach ,and, doing ju-'t great.
.....i" Ae 11p Variety has written her up and recently
ru..omers away be-
Bill Board predicted that
ra,7." the 4nfl1t was nftcirefl' to 4400 NW 11th Place
i,,.. ,.. her new recording with Jackie Wilson
TT-rrN the d'R""pr'M""pr Last Sunday our Bon William, ,. "I Found Love" will hit the .
- h** frt'! food for the got himself hitched to a very million mark. Also under the Large 3 bedroom, loveliest area, many' extras.
"tr! nvdfenre',
HlrhlUMfnr nice young lady named Helen
Brunswick label she recorded "My
1hn mp n", WSR wnwlal" macn"n Laweon. The wedding and $11,000"total.
recep Only $339 down. No
,,, m\tA\ Mother's Eyes. extra cost
nrepared bv bar 'm"'P.tt" -'" tion were both beautiful and WM
Tt was A r4l""wier. Tbs! planned and carried out by Mr. -
Q'andam the affair begins! at 1 and Mrs. Ben Smith, her parents. BLUE MONDAY? i e -
n ."i. ""'''. It's not no At the SatelLounR'flo
eoen tIIntn" It was a small family wedding
. ,, We welcome to fOe 1151 NW 45th Street
Hnw this C'"n4av. Y"'t.t and wo are proud to have a.
"nth m,1cA the Satellite scene.OP. .' daughter at last Hampton joy something new, something
House! ewner. Harry. Msrkowlts, different A new concept in our 3 bedroom CBS, corner lot, tile roof, hardwood
. R"'hRTN, (';, entertainers hAd golf pro Charlie Stfford out towi n. "r.t"fII.""" pithMnrAh 21'' for a round of golf at the West that's "..nt of this world." Every floors, beat construction $497 down
Vrvn"r hiAi vep' Scratch" DnP view Country Club, where Char. nlte.!
,,4.18 and hN' "'''"''1''''. will\] In. Me i r-ot a cool 68. SATELLITE LOUNGE -_..._. e .
"1t d* Mnv* H "'h School along 0223 N.W. 7th Ave

with Marlin Pecnrd stflTB.!' Sam 1781 NW 47th Terrace
and T>.r. of the Fine, 0' Hearts; This week Nat King Cole Is appearing .
Wrnmlnrnv, lib,., PniBit Davis; at the Cat and Fiddle In you couldn't get In the door. Almost I Lovely like
"Plr mnc''r. Vwniil, Wllllamur Nassau for Freddie Munnlnra every entertainer was there new duplex. $550 total down payment.No .
t". (!',i1 MI, Pill RoMnson and while Chlckte Home is at the Including; the Drifters and Phyl. extra
his hb"\\11\ Onfllln'' '; those new Junkanoo Club on Day St. was trying to make love to the cost, live rent free.
*"Amf A tlnck r" from radio' The Other Brothers of Canada 11s Branch. Hot Papa Turnerthe ,.' ,
e*ton| WWAP, Ph'na! V iH8 end left the Sir John Knight Beat for Big "1That' \[." -S e ----
the Crown Prince making t*lfI an engagement at the Cat and !! It until next week. Till
first anne-l'lInc.- M. C.'" for Fiddle Everybody la waitingfor then, live life every golden minute 4701 N.W. 10th AvenueMove
tM benefit for Mays Band Unl. DuBolse's record 08 the of it. Peace.

forms, etc.f"ARt1LVN. Chicken Scratch to be releeased ... right in. $795 down (or less)
next week Since Butterballhas
: FARMER at Bk. .beet so much weight, his When you leave the Dogs at No closing costs. Corner beauty
eiFamou* Corner fans him "Mr. Slen.
asked Ptfl are calling)
If he gave'! a Thicken Scratch dnrlze"'! Beautiful Iris, Shir Hollywood Kennel Club -- e e
T),,nc. did T think the folks lev, wife of Dr. Edwlr Shirley, Stop in at the .
would ro for It. As I see It, who is better known an "Sweet 843 NW 75th StreetLive
wertnl all over Florida are Slumber" Is selling tickets for Paradise Club
'Vrratchln*" so art a thought she her baby la a contest sponsored
and Corn I tire ronna have a by Jackson's Toddle In,.. fpr $20 per month. Lovely CQS home plus nice
Chicken' Scratch Night on Friday 1515 S.W. 12th Ave.
and: rive lire ehUkenn to the apartment for rental. $400 down. No closing coats.

winners of the content (I"n sure I'd like to exvrera my thanksto Dania
glad l they didn't t'rtatf\ dsnoeW'led those of you who Inquired --o-
the "ukunk", they might about _my recent Jllnees. It is nice
rail II a clinking" dance to know that BO many peop'e fi WA 39255
cared- My quick .recovery was
PnF.'I"'IT' omrof; the W..t due to the efficient; service of a NEWS REALTYThe

Mrs. Majrme WIMIam Prettr fine doctor William Brooks, who Aaron PrldgenBartender
Boy of the Week: E. Y. In located on NW 7th ave. and
Lockhart Man About Town: 60th it. next door to the old I ( Broker That
Sam ephep. Commercial Bank Bldg. This was Bonnie Watson Works For You)
Wednesday, and after cam_" a
LINDA nOPRIXS make.. bar dozen doctors, Maims called him Barmaid 4600 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655
sie"iranp At the HamntenHouse and he was here ID 10 mlnutfs. 2.r.
Loanr this w e k.nd. Last Monday night at the Gregg Hamm. Manager (Open Sunday)
Linda has a terlffle voice aid Is Grand Opening of the Celebrity
noted( for her maD rtQ NSI. Last Club, there were so wsny people




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For Fulltime '
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On Wednesday, the FCC gave I MIAMI VOTED i6 CHILDREN BURN,. *
the final approval necessary for .. ,
A radio station WMBM to go full- 4TH CLEANEST TO DEATH
ATt time at 1490 on the dial. :
Bradenton Six young Negro
Starting within the next few TOWNFor
1mf children burned to death here'
days, you will hear your favorite i
dise. ()(key'., Butterball, Ed Coot the eecond straight year Monday in a tire that destroyed!
r Fred Hanna, Reverend Ira McCalfand I a house in a residential district.*
.'{ Miami has been named one of
ry v,, rf Elliott Pleze.: 24 houn a day
the nation's cleanest towns. Police said that the cbl'ldr.dranging '
at 1490 the mal.nadJ .
on month,
In age from 10 -
rA ( Station WMBM. the mov- Notification that the city plac. to 4 years old. were under ttttf
\ ingest station in all the nation, is ed fourth in its population category care of a baby sitter when the
+ currently running a "1490 Big in a contest sponsored by Are flashed through the home.
r day long
Jackpot The baby sitter Ruby Lums'den .
( called each Fix" Up Committee in Washington -
phone numbers are by
,I. has been received by the apparently had stepped out
1 t disc-Jockey. If the person answering Miami Beautification Committee. of the house for a few minutes
4M the phone says '1490 Jackpot"and when the fire started On return,
identifies the calling disc-Jock Last year, in its flrst entry in she was badly burned when she
hyvI& ey, that person wins $14,90 and hasa the nationwide Clean Town com. tried to run into the burning
chance to win a jackpot prize, petition in 1959, home and rescue the children.
which is either a television set firemen forcibly restrained herfrom
$149,00 in cash, a refrigerator or a I This represents a great achieve. entering.
room full of furniture. If the per. ment not only on the part of our i i
son called wins the jackpot it is city officials and the community
his, and he was' a further chanceof au a whole but of the civic.
winning the Grand Jackpot minded Individuals who make up Who Will be Miss
worth over $1,490.00. The WMBM our committee said E. Albert
1490 jackpot game will continue Pallot, chairman of the beautl. Miss Jabberwock
when the station moves to 1490 on Acatlon group.
the dial.

Continue to listen to WMBM
1490 for good gospel programming
with Reverend, Ira, McCall the

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Itranch at 1112 N. V. Third Ave., Miami Florida-I>hon ,'FR 82230H. '
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E. SlfilSMUND IlEKVES Editor and Publisher .
Gv\UTlI C. REtfVKS, Managing Editor
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at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 3, 1876 "r
SUBSCRIPTION RATES e extend, gratitude to thaw who
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all of her pa'rons, she ,ie
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trom racial and national antagonisms when it accords to every man The Deborah's Matrons and,
regardless) of race, color or creed, his human and legal righto. Hating Benefit SingingCome Patrons Club presents Mrs. Bessie Ladies!
no man fearing no man-the Negro Press strivers to help every man Bethune In recital, Thursday,
one, come all. Don't miss
in the firm belief that all men are hurt M long as anyone is held this treat. The Sllvertoaa ;March .29, 7:30 p.m. at the Ma. Mary F. DIxon, ft talented ahd l
back. will SIng.; conic Temple, 1742 NW 3rd ave. experienced beautician, has again
ers appear at the Sailers
added to her wide
Donation $1.00. Mrs. Aurelia knowledge of
Chapel AME Church, Sunday. trends 10 the beauty world.
Major president.
March 25, 1962 at 8 p.m. This l la
135 YEARSThe
benefit for the Men's Day. list summer she attended
Admission free. Pink Carnation the Hair WeeV Convention that
N.ational Newspaper Publishers Association of Johnnie M. Mosley is sponsor. was held in New York City. While
which The Miami Times is a member, is now celebrating Circle InstallationThe there, she learned many new hair
,the 135th anniversary of the founding of the Negro Press. Pink Carnation Circle had the styles Hollywood under the Academy direction Beauty of
Rent their installation of officers per.
We are proud to be a part of this organization cele- formed by the Rev. Edward T,
Graham Sunday, March 18 at the For an Up id elate, natural hair
brating the founding by Jamaica'born John B, Russwurmwho GREAT OFFER home of Mrs. Claudia 1\[. Bob or weev hair style, visit Miss\ Mary
was the first Negro* college graduate in the United errs 1500 NW 6th, ave. Ii'. Dixon at the Christalee's Beauty
States. The birth of "Freedom's Journal" was on March 3200 NW 47th St. The officers installed were: Salon, 805 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone
16, 1827. l-BEDROOM APT. President C. C. Miller; vice, FR 1.6354.After .
Mrs. Josephine Mallory; financial .
There. was a partner;, the Rev. Samuel Cornish, co- Only $12 secretary Mrs. Dora Parker;
editor who purchased a" building in downtown New Bus. Sec., San ford Harris: ; the business meeting,
York and publication began. 2 bedroom apt. for only $14 Mrs.treasurer Gladys,Asa McFord.Hunter; I hostess.refreshments, were served by the

They worked hard for oppressed Negroes in theSouth 3200 NW 47th Street J.JJ"
nrF.lnrIl'I: [E.l.rJJ FY"IrIrlrIrIr..WIr.lr If Irlr IrIr.lrlrIrIrIrIr Ir Ir IrlrIrIrlnnnr If"Irlr t!'
and for the advancement of those who were able -

to escape to the North.

Ever since that time Negro newspapers have been
battling for the rights of Negroes.

We have come a long way since that time, but todaywe CLUB HAMPTONOUSE CLUB
- are still on the battlefront.

There can be no relaxation until our goal of unquali.fled
first class citizenship .Achieved.As .

part of our local observance The Miami Times EBONY Presents for your Listening Pleasure for
will sponsor a panel discussion on,the Negro Press Sun
day, March 25 from 6:00: 6:30 'p.m. on. radio station 1 Week Opening Friday, March 23
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31 N. E. 14th St. LINDA HOPKINSBrunswick
More Segregation Barriers. Fall

The canteen at police headquarters and the Miami i Proudly Present
Springs clubhouse have been ordered .desegregated ,for Recording Artist who has just finished
some time. But for some reason or another, their facilities AN ALL STARSHOW engagements at New York's. Blue Angel andChicago's

were closed to Negroes. This, of course met with resen Playboy Club

ment as it was felt that the,desegregation order was being PLUS THE FABULOUS
disobeyed.The .

Miami Commission, at its meeting ,on Wednes : Bill
day, ordered both places to stop discriminating against Gaddy Quartet
Negroes. ;,

The Jlew., .Theodore Gibson FRI.., SAT. ., SUN. ; y,:: .
; president of the NAACP, '. .. .\ "'- .- 'ALLEN,RILEY'- 'BAM .. A -.'. '
led a committee that went to the commission meeting to on

protest against the segregation policies of:the canteen and March'23 24 25 S BILL PEEPELS on Drums
the city,Downed Miami Springs ,Golf: Course clubhouse. "' ." C WILLIAM BOONE on Piano

The NAACP leader said the order for desegregation' Featuring music by .
was sent to Police Chief'' Walter. Headley three 'months"ago < '. \ '\
by City Manager Melvin Reese.; '

U' "The thins! that distresses me," said Father Gibson I '. : .. 'Sa.mt

is that the police department doesn't abide .by. the 'orl:' .
of your duly elected officials."

We are nleased to know; that ,two other sore spot ,Tt. -
have been obliterated. It could have been done so easily
but' it seems that we have got to contend for any right ':E
we wish to enjoy?,javen after* they are g anted. .. : t y !
Congratulations- to Rev. Mr. Gibson'and the commit ra t

*. *. *. '. AND HIS BANDY "


Miami Daily News of last Sunday carried a ve r 'J
interesting story on Negro education. It was written by Wednesday
Dr. Walton Manning of the University of Miami who

made an on-the-spot study of the status of Negro educa irsiLinda
1 Amateur Nite
tion in the United States. :
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It's a long story and we hope to be able to.re-prmt. It., :. Moria Lisa Hopkins BUI Caddy
as we think everybody should, read it. i '

Here are some of the needs'of the Negro as found)py. Your Host and M. C. .
Dr. Manning: '10 p.m. till I I ,

1. Special programs for teachers. :Adm. FREE FINEST LIQUORS, AND FOOD SERVED .
2. Jlipher teacher qualification: .
3. College versus social life. -' %.;w .Take" Expressway to 27th Ave.
4. Scholarships for worthy students '. ,' ., .., Reservations FR 4.9614 4200 N.W. 7th AVE. '

5. Departmentalize teaching. .. .?. ,
6. Junior first grades. 14th Street and Admission $1.50 Tables"Free

7. Special programs for gifted 'students.'. : .
8. End subterfuge on segregation.. --o-- \
North \,
9. Equal job opportunities. Reservations, NE 3-0611 .
10. Rebirth of spirit in Negro community. :. 'II NO '

If ypu,Jiaye- not read it, you really missed, something.. mscimriNATiox .
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'I Negro: Press Celebrates 13 Anniversary;

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I GulfstreamSegregation; .

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;: 135th anniversary pf, th. nlsn; the, two recognized pioneer
founding of the AmericanrNe'rO ot;Negro' journalism dedicated '
Pres will be observed all",over tbeIPselv.J yo the cause of'tbe'1r The Chief''Is Having
brothers the South
the the nation this week oppressed in Protested .
(March 18.24) and appropriate and to the. advancement of the
manifestations of the Occasion Negroes who had escaped to the
wilt.be. noted in all the cities North. According to historians Mr.' Jimmy Donn, President'Gulf .
where Negro periodicals are' hir*--:$ueswurm's career: in jour. Stream Park Race Track Trouble Iowing Downy ;
published or cast their influence allsm, was brief and he w a',. Hallandale, Florida
captured ,by the Colonization Society
Locally, The Miami Times and sent to Africa. Free. Dear Sir;: ''STANLEY sWEjhNat And even after this time young
plans radio the dom's Journal was suspended, .. .,t
a symposium on It has been brought to our at. Reeves worked diligently alon
Negro Frees, its usefulness and but other Negro editors sprungup Editorial and \Church with other members of the staff
its influence in presenting the and began publishing news tentlon that Oulfstream Park before he was given the assignment .
Negro's cause on the platform : papers to light the path of race track Is continuing the pol. Work Must of business manager and
of public opinion. freedom. icy of (segregating the white and a managing editor. li,

Letters have ,been sent to both I The names 'of early Negro Negro patrons despite the pre. ,We've been trying for a long Afore important "Junior" doe:
Miami dailies by The Miami newspapers indicate the purposeto cedence of the Tropical Park and time to slow Editor H. E. S. not rear back In a swivel chair
Times commending them for which they were dedicated. In Hialeah race track that operat.ed down to a snail's pace but ap. and, direct shop duties from an
their fair and unbiased news addition to Freedom's Journal, this season with a desegregat. parently to no avail. ebony.hued office deek. ,
coverage and to demonstrate to there were such designations as ed policy without Incident' anda
the dailies that the Negro Press Rights of All. Mirror of Liberty, notable Increase over last Even now after about 39 yearsIn Instead, he rolls up his sleeve,
welcomes their support in the Elevator, Clarion, 'Genius of year's business.We newspaper publishing and ed. dabs his hands 'in printer's ink,
135th year-long struggle to pre. Freedom and, North Star, which sting, the bespectacled and com puts his shoulders to the wheel
sent the Negro in his true prospective : was edited by Frederick Doug. feel that any anticipated plete teetotaler Henry Ethelbert and, sayw, "fellows, let's get this
a* an American citizen I lass concern over loss of revenue or Sigismund Reeves just cannot work out."
fear of incidents should have quite "give, it up" and settle The Chief has loaded Garth up
Also appearing today in this Today there are approximatelytwo been erased by the successful down to a quiet, retired life. with responsibilities (now. Says
Negro Press anniversary Issue is hundred Negro publicationsIn desegregated operation of the that It's good for him. Just how
a copy of a letter of indignation the United States. Theee or. two tracks that preceded Gulf- No, not even with the knowl. good we'll see in :years to como
sent to Mr. Jimmy Donn of Gulf. gans have total per issue circulation stream's opening. Your Ne&ro edge and assurance that his only
stream race track for its report. in excess of two million patrons are therefore curious and son, Garth, Is supporting his early
ed continued policy of segregated copies which are read by in o r e anxious to know from you just endeavors! and AJ satisfactorily
i than ten million persons.In carrying on the business himself.
seating despite integrated why are you a "loner" in yeur
policy of Tropical Park and I further reflection on the Insletance of segregated racetrack The "Chief"., as he is admix'
Hialeah Park race tracks opera. '' Negro t Press, Mr. Young and :hsi policy. ably called'by the staff was given
ting just prior to the opening of' committee that McKinney
Sidney Smith New This week the Negro Press Is I tag by Henry ,
Oulf\ tream. York, executive director, Amal. former staff member.
concluding 135 years of bitter
E. Washington Rhodes pub. gamted Publishers, Inc., and fighting for the rights and dig. ,
Now that he has enjoyed over
Usher of the Philadelphia Trl. Moss Moss II. Kendrix, director, the nlty of the American Negro. We 79 years of an unlimited life
bune and president of the Na. Kendrix 'Organization. are beginning to'make gains. We
; span, the boss fools himself into
Washington, D. C. public relations -
tional Newspaper Publishers As. need your support.We .
believing that he has actually
firm issued the following
:soclatlon points out that special 1
"retired" from the business. g ?
celebrations were March 16, the statements: would like very much to
have an answer in order to satis Not eo say we who really
day on whici) the first Negro Almost every ,movement for ,
newspaper in the U. S, Free. I the advancement of the Negro fy the phone calls and enquiriesour know him.
dom's Journal was published at including the abolition of slavery,' newspaper Is receiving from He tells you: "I have turned
New York City in 1827. The has been championed by Negro organizations and Individuals 'the business over to my son," I
thEme of the Press Week obser. newspapers. May we have your answer for our .Uut each 'Week you'll find the

-Vance is in the Freedom of the The Negro' Pms remains publication this week Chief rushing out an editorial, .
press Rest The Future of vehicle for the unbiased dissemination a. 'jotting, down a personal item, 3
Very truly,
Hiamanlty." reading a proof, issuing out pa.pcrs .
.. of news for an d about Garth C. Reeves
to newsboys, answering
Negroes of the United
Thomas W. Young, president, I States. Editor Miami Time telephone!) calls, tabbing messages
The Norfolk Journal and Guide, Thousands of jobs in fields or helping to direct, duties of the '
and chalnflan of NNPA Public considered closed to Negroes ott)' .o printing plant : \\
Affairs Committee has appealedto have been opened to the youth of 'CREDO' OF THE NEGROPRESS" -- ;:
churches, religious and educa. the race through campaigns and Add up all these assignments 1-- II. lS.I IWIC
tional institutions to bring to the efforts of the prell'Negro "). plus his duties and devotion to
attention of their members and the, Episcopal church as asils. Even now, the young boas :hat
:students the close internet of the newspapers employ tant minister to FT. Ell ha to attend meetings and confer
pulpit and the press in guaranteeing thousands of trained workers. The Negro Press believe Clarice: ,of The Church of the In. encoii, discuss world events with
certain basic freedoms The mechanical and editorial that America can bet lead carnation then you'd agree VIP's in and out of the stuU.
without which a democratic ays. standards of Negro newspaper that we do not have a "retired" The Chief makes him travel,
1em could not possibly serve are steadily Improving. the world from racial and boss at all, but a TIRED one places him In strategic positions, '1
the of humanity Counts his blessings '
cause national antagonism whenit ,
The total value of printing Ever since Garth graduated

'It is a matter of historic fact equipment and buildings ownedby accord tel every man from Florida Agrlcultral and Me. ,Born in the Uahaniaa, Editor ,
elates Mr Young, "that the Negro newspapers in the chanlcal College, later doing an Reeves ta now a pioneer Mlamlan.
founding of Freedom's Journal, United State is conservatively regardless of race, color or Army stint, the Miami Times Two of his greatest ambitions. I' '
to cay the least, was more than estimated at not Jews than fifteen creed his human' and legal Printing and Publishing Co. met have been rallied.. He In' an or.
Indirect outgrowth of the million dollars. him iuarly In the face That is l daln d minister In the Episcopal I
church: Early in 1827, a group right Hating no man, responslblllty.wise. Church and he has made a !Jetting .
headed by the Rev Samuel E. Athough various advertising fearing the Negro contribution In the Hold of
no man
have sprung up over the
Cornish Assembled: In New York journalism.
City to discuss the problems of nation In competition for news. Press strives to help Don't be a Freeloader I
paper advertising, the committee This writer vividly reinnribeni
the race and resolved to publish
a ,weekly Journal to espouse the notes that Negro newspapers still every man in the firm belief Support the Fight for the many hours of hard work hit<
!cause of freedom and the citizenship remain a good. and effective that all men are, hurt a* put Into the moulding of The
status of free Negroes. medium for reaching the Negro Freedom Miami Times nee The Miami\
buying public This is because the long a* anyone i I. held back. Sun. Hours that meant sleepless
On March 16, 1827, Freedom' Negro public still looks to their Join Your NAACP nights and restless! day. Thero
Journal appeared under the co. own newspapers to champion the M'OOCIOO" 1t IXr4eitaoeoa was no compromise for ,hard
directorship of Rev. Cornish and Interests of the race at all times I' 'sooaaoeeooaaa ON'.. O 0 C/4 .. work.
Jamaica born John D. Russwurmwho a'l' they could not always expect
was the first Negro college such protection to be renderedby Contrary to building a bigger
graduate In the United States others newspaper the Time manage.
.Mr Cornish purchased the build. mint has concentrated upon
ing which housed' the paper at The Negro owns and operateshis WE SALUTE THE NEGRO PRESS building a HETTER newspaper
No.5 Varich St., downtown New i 'own newspaper and they ap. In all of Its 39 years of publish.
York. peal to him in a peculiar way Ing the journal bal not mla;sed a
I that no other publication or ad. ON ITS 135th ANNIVERSARY ingle Issue. A record
Mr. Russwurm, and ReT Cor. verUsing media'can. j
I The company's faith 'In Its \ '
I readers and advertisers has boel1rf'dproc.ted a+,
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BARGAIN HUNTERS! its continuity in publication.

Faith, too, ban been evidenced "
For Sale or Rent MR.. K. L PHARRPERRY'S In the employer'e-mployee rela.
tlonshlp. For, 05 percent of The
Miami Times' all.time
3-bedroom, 2 bath. Big walled-in lot FLORIST workers has been Reeves.tralned staff of

men The current crop hat been
Fla. room, nest to school NEAL'S SUPER MARKET with the company not l Tens than
12 years Some are
7654 N.W. 17th Place Open Sun. 12 to 5 35th year And experlenclnl'their not one In
CENTRAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. the history of the organizatIon

For Sale fired has ,a member, of the staff been 1

2'bedroom CBS. Tile roof, awnings, fence RANGE' FUNERAL HOME These t
convictions which have : t
$62 a month. One mortgage served to rake and educate five

1545 N.W. 73rd Street RICHARDSON MORTUARY children, and to build a raonu.
meet to his ,
memory will remain
Open Sunday 12 to 5 NORTH TRAVEL BUREAU with us In perpetuation of a very "4
Or Key Next Door useful lit.. '

FOR RENT FRANCES" FUNERAL HOME And when the paper has fin,
ally "gone to bed" and the Issue
Florida Room stove refrigerator spells out (30)) we cannot truth.
CBS and
2 bedroom ,
AGENCY July say that the
1950 N.W. 47th Street been slowed down," he had only.
asked to stop.
Call owner weekday, HI 53524r I'm sure all our reader Join
us la saluting Chief Reeves
,Nite, Sunday MO 5-5004 this the 135th anniversary of
Negro Press
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Stewardess Board No. 2 cele. Rev. 'J. W. Stepherson, Pastor

I brated its 20th anniversary Sun.
day afternoon. The program was Sunday, March 25 at 3 p.nii

n to Cliure4I enjoyed by "all. Total.;,* raised. then No.2' usher board will celebrate .

me $75.48 1 its 4th anniversary the

The Excelsior Club spon. Rev. W, K. Smith, pastor Cf
Greater New
sored an after service program Baptist
BernUe Woo. Church of Opa Locka,
Sunday.night.! Mrs. : preach the anniversary wtll
ten spoKe tar me WVWMIUU uo u0 sermon.

MT. CARMEL M. BAPTISTRev. MT. CALVARY BAPTIST for her subject, "Taking Inven They are looking. for all
2nd Annual tory of Your life. The C. A. members
D. A. Bradley, pastor RFV. E. M. Thomas, pastor Gibbs club will celebrate Its 7th visitors and friend.

Mrs. Christine Cherry, 'reporterour Phyllis Myers, reporter annual tea Sunday March 25 Continue In prayer for the sick

Woman's Day pwtor, came forth in spirit March 11 was a very importantday from 4 to 6 p.m. at the home of and shut-ins.

our pastor came forth I In spirit for the children at our Mr. and Mrs. Edward Braynon,

and truth preaching "What Do church. It was their Youth Day. Sr., 1160 NW 65th Terr. Every;
ff "
You Think About Me.
is invited. NEW MT. CALVARYRev.
The guest speaker was Miss one

We want to. thank the Rev. O. Joyce. Chambers of. St. Paul
Rev. J. B. Blackneil and con. W P. Tarpley, pastor
W. Foster for that dynamic an. AMD Church, her topic was "AChUde gregation will worship with us Sister Ernestine Hart, reporter
Ten Commandments"Her
niversary sermon, "Life's Su-
Sunday night, March 27. The
pr me Objective." peech was very interestingand pastor will be expecting the en. Sunday all day -we. had a "'on.
'Y r Prayer meeting Tuesday. Re- enjoyed by everyone. tire congregation. Our sick mem. derful time. Very Inspiring meg.

member the, sick and shut-ins. Mrs. L. Baker Mrs. sages were delivered.We .
That afternoon at 3:30: they bers are y ,
had Lewis. Mr. Jimmie Lee Cole;
a very Interesting program. had a wonderful BTU
The mistress of ceremony was man Is but. of thqj-} hospital and also. Come one hour
Miss Patricia Ross. Different convalescing at home. You area lesson was taken from
Richmond Heights church choirs were there to. help ways welcome to. worship with 12:24.: John

Rev. L. R. Ross, pastor make the program a success. us at St Paul.

I Bettye Nolton, reporter Sunday afternoon the Red
An Irish Soee: Sip in, Its entirety Sunday night the music was Circle Is sponsoring, its 3rd annl.
will be sponsored by Circle furnisheed by the New. Hope Jr. Church of The Open Door versary .We will have the River.
II No. 2 of Bethel Baptist Churchat choir. There was also a candle tone Singers and
light drill given by members of Rev. H. 'C. McDowell, pastor we are look
the idence of Mr. and Mrs. for ,
ret our church. After which came the Mrs. A. E. McNeal, reporterA ing you and you.
John Ferguson/ of 14920 Buchanan
St. This is contemplated to crowning.of the king and queens, beautiful service is being Let us visit the sick and pray

{ = s I be one event you will not easily the Eddie king Hollls, Annie Jr.,Turner was crowned is the planned 'for Sunday( March 25 for the sick and shut-ins.

forget. Your presence will be princess and Alfreda who. by the Women's Fellowship Thank
greatly appreciated.I you one and all, a
was the queen for 1961 and 1962 They will present their Second song of degrees I Will Lift
am sure that I am voicingthe Mile Gift, and have induction of up
still holds her crown.TEMPLE Mine Eyes Unto The Hills From
sentiments of every member' officers.
of the congregation of our beloved Whence Cometh my Help. My
MHS. BEATRICE WALDROX Bethel BaptH Church 1 in Mrs. McDowell will attend a help cometh from the Lord. If 1
I Morning Speaker expressing our appreciation to statewide fellowship meeting at we believe It will surely\ come.

the people who participated i in Rev. L. A. Thompson pastor Avon Park and present our gift
1 :tfW the annual to. the state
?making tea of usher
a board No. 1 a success. Thanks The Appreciation Program THE McGHANEYS]
sMTGS. to. you who. have made this stepping ponsored:: by the Silent Workers Miss Marie Roberts is pre I."

stone to. greater heights for Sunday afternoon for the pastor dent of the Fellowship which is SPEAKI
i our church. was a delightful affair. Appear. competed of all the women of

We are alto happy to announce Ing were Deacon A. J. Hanna, the church who are either members .
the purchase of robes for the Mrs. Irene Brown, REV. Allan of Circle I, Mrs. Thus am speaking from my doc.

junior choir of our church. Ware e Ferguson, Rev. I. C. Mlcklns, Crowder, president, of Circle II, tor's office, where he gave roe!
( grateful to all who. con Rev. J. L. Johnson, Rev. Dan Mrs. Snld Curtis Johnson, presi two kinds of medicine. He told
I' tributed either directly or indl. Ma, Rev._ 0 M. McDonald, Mrs. dent. me to take. them three times a

rectly to. the cause. vernell Strachan, Miss;; D. L. nay. or more often. They are as
Circle I met with Mrs. S. Roberto follows
i Hart, Miss L. Campbell Mrs. : One teaspoonful of un
1 Esther Campbell, Miss Elsie 2501 NW 55th St., 'J.ues. derstanding, with nine drops of

Friendship M. B. Church Douglas and Mrs. D. Thompson. day night.Remember. consideration. My doctor told
the Talladega College me that I
Mr. W. Hart was master of find this a aolu.
Rev.. W. E. Sims, pastor monies. cere. Choral group concert Sunday tlon for most of our: differences.
Mrs. Ruth Lfe Carr, reporter afternoon at Brwnsvllle Junior And that is true. I am really take
Sunday will be Men's Day at The pastor and family wish to High School, 5 p.m. Talladega Is ing this medicine. We all need
our church. The chairman, Bro. hank the sponsors and all who one of our own denomnlatlonal to try some of this great prepa.
Albert Lewis and Deacon J. F. participate( In 'any way. colleges. tlon.

Barber, co-chairman, are extend. Sundry Is Rally2 Day. Every
Ing a cordial Invitation to all of loyal member has been looking Let's go to church this Sun
you to come and worship with forward to this annual occasion. ST. JAMES AME CHURCHWe day any church but 1 Invite

them. Rev. Sims will be o. u r and will do. his part. Let's make were honored last Sunday you to visit Mt. Zion AME
morning speaker and Lester C. thli another Red Letter morning' in Church, comer NW 22nd ave.
Day t In : having an outstad-
Albert, one of our local mortic Temple. ing educator and minister and 152nd l Terr in Opa Locka,
tans will be our evening speaker guest hpeaket In the person as our of where all people are always recognized .

NAOMI SYMONETTE ; You will miss a treat If you Dr. U, Grant Nixon, the associate and welcomed.

Evening Speaker don't ers. You hear both of these epeak. THE TRANSFIGURATIONEpiscopal pastor of Ebenezer AME ter.Thanks for reading more la.
are always
welcome at
Church, Detroit .
New Providence Missionary Friendship. ( ) R. J. McQhaney
Opa Locka He spoke on the theme "God
Baptist Church, 760 NW 63rd Father Lorentho Wooden, vicar Hath Spoken."

st., will hold I its second annual NEW BETHEL BAPTIST Matins and Mass . 9 a.m. Sunday was youth day with the

Woman's Day March 25. 1571 Every Sunday I' ringing of the youth choir would
N. W. 68th Terr THE LOOKHave
Rev. INCARNATIONOn : stirring as usual. We were
Mernlng speakeer will be Mn. Ernetst Williams pastor
Bernice Waldron, Roanoke Mis- Deacon Fred Williams, reporter Sunday happy to see Mrs. Ann Smith, you forgottenTrue.dell'
March 30 at the director of the group, back
slonary Baptist Church West church Shop?
of Beauty
Last Incarnation the
Job after her
Palm Beach. Sunday morning Rer. Wil at the Illness.Among .
liams Solemn Evensong, with There it is and
delivered a powerful and gram of a pro. our visitors were the cool quiet
The speaker for the evening wonderful sermon. It was enjoy, The Dade! sacred music, 7 p.m. members of the local alumni private
evening will be Mrs. Naomi Sy- ed by all., Sunday night the Choir will County Junior College chapter of the Omega Pat Phi
mOnette, Greater Bethel AMB Rev. Daniel delivered a soul stir of sacred present the program 11 Fraternity, We were delighted to 1265 NW 71st Ter.
Church, Miami. ring sermon at the. music. This choir have
7pm. id them
vice. ser under the direction of Robert i other visitors.as well as our many Phone PL 8-0169

Everyone Is Invited to. attend. Thomas.
Mrs. Maybelle Anderson 1 is The Nos. 1 and 2 choirs will l The public is cordially !Invit! Let us look. forward to. seeing Elizabeth T. Merchant
render the ed. you next Sunday.BETHTEL Owner and
chairman of Woman's Day Com music on Sunday, You Operator
mlttee; Miss: Iris Wilson cochairman are invited to. attend our services Come have your hair done
and Rev. C. Please pray for the sick
J. Burney, and shut
the Excelsior
A.. M. ,E. Wayindf
The third Richmond Heights,
MT.; ZION AME I day at our church. Our Wile a big Rev.. L., R. Ross, pastor
CHURCHOpa assistant
Ushers' Association pastor Bettye Melton
Rev. James Glover reporter REDUCE! E Z
de. -
Locka, Fla. IlIvel't'd the morning. Don't miss .the annual tea '
Rev. H. E. Green ( message sponsored Lose 26 pounds weekly.
Meets SundayThe pastor Jesus. by usher board No. 1. Well
Effective In
Sunday, March 25 It was announced by known performers In the Dade
Mt. our jectlons.
Zion Physician -
Usher' Union Association will church bulletin County area will 'JWJalbJDC.
observe Its annual Men's reader, that on. appear on the .
will hold Its fourth Sunday pro.. Services to. benefit Men's Day: the fourth Sunday we will wore program. You won't want to
gram 3 p.m. at St. Mary's W. M. week are as follows: Day thU ship at Mt. Zion AME Church In miss It. 1545 SW lit St.

Church, 1609 NW 6th court located Opa Locka for evening service. Come sip tea with us Sunday, FR 3-2748

between 15th and 17th Tuesday, March 20, Rev. J, Mrs. Rosa Allen, In charge of March 25 at the home of.
sts., A unique program has been Benjamin Blacknell and hb. congregation the Pastor's Aid Board preisenE tand Mrs. John Ferguson ot 14920 .....-........--.... ..-..........**..

arranged by the committee Miss from. St. James AM ed Rev. O. L. Nixon of Olivet Buchanan St. It you have not at.
Dorothy Major and Mr. John> Church. Baptist Church, on Sunday after tended an IrUh Coffee Sip you ANDREWS' JEWELERS

Duncombe. Thursday noon In honor of their third an. will b& well benefltted attending RXPEHT WATCH AND
night, Rev. Benson niversary.
and Churches represented j | this affair. Your presence will be CLOCK IlEPAinS
Minister in charge of service his congregation. were St. John institutional deeply
Rev. Stuart. Vieltlig minister, Friday night Rev. Macon ,and flat,- and Ebenezer Method Bap. appreciated. 40 Year in Bn in.M

Rev. W. E. Simms of. Friendship congregation from First Baptist! churches A repast was served tf AU work guaranteedFR
Baptist Church which will Church.
glre our visitors In the ST.
annex follo MARY'S W.
us a short talk, subject, "UsheraLiving Ing the imlce. w- M. 3-0152

in Our Community." We Sunday morning. 11 o'clock. Our own Rev. J. J. Rev E. V. Stuart, pastor. 303 N.W. 2nd Ave.Dugie's .
are trying to make the Fourth Bishop Sherman ,. Lawrence H. Wallace ..
Greene senior spoke from the subject: "We are secretary ----..-....-.... -
Sunday program more interest. bishop of the St.
IllsWorkmen" Mary'
lug and we are asking the cur. AME Church. The presidng pre. on Sunday nlaht.BAHA'I 1st Church Wesleyan Method. House
port of all ch urchNi. Music will late of the llth Episcopal Dls. Rev. H. V.officially annunc* Guest

he furnished by No*. 1 and trict will be our speaker. The ASSEMBLY the church. We Stuart. pastor of
choirs and the mal chorus of male chorus from St. Paul AME Allan Perlman of Palm I you to. attend cordially Invite The house of clean rooms
St. Mary'. W. M. Church best I In service.Church will render music (or. the Miami Bach will be guest spec k., any service; Open, 24 hours NE 43851Seeing

Miami. Will the public please er at the Baha't Center, 137 NW is BelievingSee
come out and help us put the Sunday night Rev. J. J. William 11th Ave., a p.m. Sunday, March
program. over? and congregation from !b. His subject will be: "The Please Take Note! us for clean rooms
.1 Metropolitan AME Church will Gate to God". The public Is In. AU Church 2941 NW 47th St., Mian
David Hudson, president I close out our Men's Day prices Tiled to attend. Phone Tuesday new must be In

,. Dorothy Major, reporter The public Is Invited to attend FR i.b4l0 for further secretary Informs written and evening.doable l\Iw.t be tJPe- Jamaica Dugie always a
Rev. II. V. Stuart, pastor all services. 1 tion. spaced friend







ed. Since many of there checks'
covered several months for which
Social Security retroactive benefits were due,
the fees ,
involved were excessive
Mr. nionton
? t= cautioned all applU
cants for social security benefits
Edward P. Blonston, managerof fo beware of persona who after
i the Miami Social Security Ad. id aftttlst them in obtaining ben .
fits in return for all
portion or
ministration District Office, 234NC
of (the lint benefit check
1 a ,4i 79th St.announced today
that three accountants from Con. Mr. mansion pointed out that
wiry: S C., pled guilty last week I current regulations: provide that
I prior authorization
from o'
s (Fob" 14)) to charging unlawful
I security administration
fees for aiding In applying wrequired
: : persons i
before who is
a person
for odal security benefits
: James H. Holbert St., pled gull not on attorney may charge orreceive
fees for .
any services ren.dertll
ty to four counts in an Indictment
in connection with an ap.
returned by a Federal Grand
plication for Federal od. ,
duty last May, Alexander S. age
survivor or disability Insurance
Ho''b rt plod guilty to three, and
benefits( Authorization I is ntlequirrd
Wtndrll J. lIolbert pled guiltyto
attorneys unless the
efrht They were sentenced to
fee exceeds amounts rpacified In
I ,
a ear In jail on each count by Federal regulations. *.
Judge C. G. Wyche In U. S. DIs.trlct .
Court in riouuce, S. C., or
piymcnt of a $500 fine oneach
count. The, lIolberts had collected COMING SOON
: : their fees In .a number of In.
tance by arranging to have the Teachers' Talent
applicants they assisted pay over
: o to them larre portions of the
f first social security check recelv.In. Night

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vllle Junior High School. their flne interpretation of a va.
Tallagdega College Certainly, all Dftdc County riety of types of music: classical TV Service Calls
Choral Group ''Here mui! ic lovers will want to hear cal popular, semi-classical The ,local traditional Talladega and 150
these rich perfectly trained
SundayOn Alumni Club under the leader.
voices under the direction of thoveteran ,
hip of Mrs. Enid Curtis John. ALL MAKES-ALL MODELS; -14VH un'H
Frank Harrison
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the wEll known Talladega College These young collegians made a having all friends of Talladega LARRY'S T.V.
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Fine Arts Presents Deaths at Range Pratt; a step-son, Mr Charlie THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
Johnson; and a brother. Mr. John
I Pratt. Funer 'arrangements are PAGE 8 SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1962
More Deaths: 12))
( on page
Concert and i incomplete,:at_this time.
brothers and other relatives and -
Gala DinnerThis friends. Funeral services were 3330 N.W. 48th Tcr.,died March (0
held Thursday in the Range Funeral 21 at. Jackson Memorial Hospital. "
Saturday afternoon, Home Chapel with Rev. Hicks Her survivors include a sister,
March 24th the Fine Arts Con. Mrs Daphney Tucker; a brother,
aervatory plans several outstanding officiating Interment was' in Mr. ,Julius Hope. Funeral arrange. i ifTY
cultural and entertaining Evergreen Cemetery ments are incomplete atthis time. .

events. M- rogress 3:30 the will monthlyConcert.ln present THOMAS HILL, of 1246 S.W. 2nd JAMES BROWN, formerly of 1181 ..WI ... .....
St., died March 19 at Jackson Me.
members,, of the student body N.W. 56th St., died at Lincoln Air
In piano, dance and dramatic morial Hospital. His survivors Force Base in Lincoln, Nebraska, I OX 1.7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St.
elude three cousins, Edward Nealy;
selections. Those win served in the Air Force for
appearing having
George Butler, and Oscar Canty,
include: Eloise Taylor, Janet and other relatives and friends. some 19 years. He is survived by i n
and Juanita Deshazlor, Sheila incomplete his mother, Mrs. Vera Brown; two
Austin, Ruth Clarke, Helen Ho. Funeral at arrangements this time. are sisters Mrs. Lula Washington and FRIDAY -- SATURDAY
jaB, Gail Powell, Michael and Miss Mary Brown; three uncles and
Wendell Graham, Dina and SAMUEL PRATT, of 1898 N.W one aunt. Funeral services were
Vaughn Page, Charles and Tim 69th St., died March 20 at the held Tuesday in the Range Fu. 3 HITS'IN. COLOR!
Greenfield, Gloria Richardson, Miami Sanitorium. He is survived neral Home Chapel. Mr Brown
Lily Hibshman, Freeois! Sample by three daughters, Miss Mae was then interred at Lincoln Memorial
Edward Goodlng Harry Rack.: Pratt, Mrs., Susie,Baster, and Mrs. Cemetery with full military NOT SINCE s -
ard, Daniel Mellerson and Bon. Stacia Basnight; a son, Mr. James honors.
nie Kassa. i !

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UniversityTampa "'; __1t_ liP' ciiL; : 11--
.*#######II'I.## ##" ##" ##" #$" #'#" #III'" '# A Boy Scout will deliver a
WMBM Spring tips to the girls:
Th NAACP has Good Will Turn" bag to
: :
You can expect to eee more
ALONG FREEDOM'S ROAD threatened an injunction to pro. ruffles, morning ruffles, after. door, Saturday, March 24. Be a
I Mbit further Issuance of publio noon ruffles and ruffles in the .. good scout and fill it up. It will
I funds to the University of Tam. evening.Mrs. be picked up by the Scouts one
My RUTH ffiRRY ...._- pa unless plans for desegregation week later. For .more Informationkeep

ra+. -- -W--W-__-_-____j_______'.._-_-_-___--__W._-_--- -_-___._.__ -_-_-_ I are Rev.launched.A. LEon Lowry, presidentof Fay. Smith (Butterball'e station tuned, WMBM.to your community
w.1 wife) caught a 27 inch mackeralthis
Another congressional race man who made such a determined the Association's state organ. ( is for true) and la havingit
that is creating as much or more jtand for integration before the tlon wrote Dr. David Delo, president stuffed to hang in the play. Monday,
In to
of the University thia week Tune
interest than the Dante Faecelliavia i957 Florida Legislature Is now room. Butter wanted to eat the
< Eldredg e battle, Is the jut, campaigning for Sen. Cliff seeking information on the Institution's I fish, but Fay said, "No" not my 6:16 p.m. Mr.and Jack hear Gordon the speech, a
) desegregation plans.
made by
Claude Pepper and "
HUe between .lerrell. This fact is indeed one first catch.
Senator Cliff Her.mi Mr. Lowry nuked Dr. Delo for member 'of the Dade County
iMonda State .or the record, and one for pro. I
S. House conference with NAACP officialsto School Board, at the, dedication
teat in the U. a
tor a pective voters to think about Blanche Galloway was a Judgeat James Wedon:
services of the
There are discuss desegregation. The
Representatives. And seriously. Political
01 cam. the Variety Show held in the
rivals for NAACP action followed trans. Johnson school.
otner jatgning is Indeed
two strange some- auditorium at Northwestern High
tuls congressional seat, but the Jmes, but no matter how strange, fer of a National Labor Relations School 1 last Wednesday. All the
around the Doard course from the you
main interest centers sow can one reconcile the fact Universityto talent was especially good and ready for the Mystery
tttrrell-Fepper race.A What a former ardent civil rights another location.. the winners were: The Coronets, Shopper? Mystery Shopper pays
WATCH upporter is now backing the This was prompted by the first, and Melton White, second. for all your groceries when you
UACli TO Dormer Chairman of the Florida University refusal to enroll Perry are chosen. Listen to WMBM.
....U.aude. Pepper was., formerlyU. Legislative Committeee which Harvey, Negro president of the Did you know that Frt-J Han.
S. Senator from Florida for ace and still is (I presume) the International Longshoreman's na is Spotlight
a product of
..,,any years and is at present irch-foe of the NAACP and its local here in the course, whichis graduate of Booker and a product for the
law. While in Con. tand sponsored by federal funds T Wash. "
practicing on civil rights and tree. ington High?? week "Merita Bread
arts Mr. Pepper had a very dom? Mr. Harvey took this case to I Till next week,
liberal voting record; now after the NAACP and Clarence Mitchell Y WMBM BCLOOK
a beautiful nAy, in
of political retire.in QUESTIONS TO THINK ABOUT
borne yearn director of the Associa' Miami at WMBM. That's the
cut, Mr. Pepper is running There are Indeed questions to tion's Washington Bureau, took the Eagle Flies and Mrs. day
against Sen. Herrell for a seat ;chink about and facts to 'digest the matter to NURB headquar. stein !
In the U. S. House. of Represent lt is hard to reconcile conflicting ters in Washington. the our bootkeeper: hands out Yea' Jt atives. I :acts, but we must look at them pay checks early enough for you're missing If you haven't
us to pay our bills, bills, bills.
and draw our own conclusions.! seen Dot and Mop Dudley per.
What politicians talk about, Politics are politics, we often form at the Satellite Lounge
hew they act and how they con. hear it said; and from the way think about their public words on. Red Ellis, our engineer re. They're phenomenal, "simplyout
uuct tliembelves,. as well as whom .his phrase l is spoken, some. issues vltalto a voter's well.being cently inherited a fortune from of this world."
and wnat they endorse, etc, have times it is not very complimen. and future and it is a his uncle, and he is smoking SATELLIE LOUNGE
great influence on the electorate. cary. Perhaps this cynical viewof smart thing to vote for a candl. cigars Instead of cigarette 0222 N.W. 7th Ave.
election date who believes in the
win things
These for things political can candidates ''or ;through politics so many has years come of about cam. you do, and feels the way you Would you like to go to a _-..._. ._1w' ._

lose it. And happily, while some 'palgn promises and a sad lack of do on important Issues. But re. foreign country There are opportunities -
politicians may deny it, many carrying them out after the member you cannot help elect. for you to serve in Who Will be
voters do, remember candidates'past candidate has been elected. How a candidate or help defeat him if I the Peace. Corps. Volunteers must
records and what they standtor ever, there are many politicians you so desire if you are not reg. I be at least 18 yearn old. There Miss Jabberwock?
istered to vote.REGISTER .
and think about these thingsin vho have been a great credit to I
the most important pla.eel-the the people who have placed them FIRST THEN
voting booth,. in office. I can think of one VOTEIt Over 4,000 Customers Can't be Wrong!
;ood example from Dade takes
....SEX. CLIFF IIEURELL County only a little time to
of us need no intioduc. Rep. Dante Fascell who has get yourself registered and when S. R. 22's Written While You Wait
.Lion..Most to Sen. Cliff Herrel, a long served our area wisely and well. the time comes, there is very
of the Florida Leg. So in little effort needed to go to the
time member thinking about political polls to cast ballot. Service First as low as
isclature from Dade. And I campaigns, candidates and polit Is a your But it
might add that quite a few of ical promises, it is always well take peculiar much fact it may not $5.40
Miami and vicinity know o remeber, effort it may not
us from past performance of I vote can have untold influence InsuranceAgency Deposit
the Senator very well, having candidates who have held office the final count. Get in Starts insurance
been called before him several before; it is only good sense to registered! get your
times when he was serving! firstas iinmedi.Vtely. ,.
a member, then after aa III .
chairman of the Florida Legislative
Committee.. MARY LEE 1
Investigating EMPLOYMENTNEW Miami Opa Locka
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hive good reason ,from first hand houseman, housekeeper, cooks, live in. 'Nurse maids, TVHOME $1 50
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In sad ,but loving memory of
of the late
MARCH 24 1962 In Sad but Loving Memory of family
Our Dear Wife1 tarftt Mother
M. I who died March 10, 1962 1 take this who passed away, March 26,

method to express our thanks and 1969
appreciation to the many friends May the God of peace be with

CARDS HEHORIALSi"! and neighbors who remembered us you
during: our bereavement. Mrs J. N. Byrd, wife
..r..1JI Mrs. Mary Byrd, mother
; Special thanks to the Manker

IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAM' f 5f service Funeral'; also Home Rev.for P.their W. Williams efficient CARD OF THANKS

I of St. Luke Baptist Church. Again
sad but loving memory of In Sad, but Loving Memory of thanks to everyone for everything.I The family of the laterREV

my dear sister, Our Dear Husband, Father and Your kindness will never be forgotten SLAYTON W. MATTHEWSare
I _.__ ..... ..____..,....,._....._" Grandfather and may:.God always, bless desirous) of expressing
ilp +1
a Y'h ; .you. thanks to the many friends and
Of ArI"'
neighbors and members of St.
o Ss. MR. and MRS. HUBERT Paul AME Church for all kind
BRYANT and FAMILY. deeds and acts rendered them In

their hours of bereavement.

Special thanks to Rev. Ferguson

,. e CARD ,OF THANKS, Home and the Range Funeral

I We the family: of the late, May God bless each of you.

_.""""w .WItIIII'Y1 Dorothy Matthews, wife
I Eura. Matthews, daughter

Sassandra, Debra, Marva,
n.. Sisters, :sons and other
{ Fi+ relatives


19th day of March, 1958 k'r
Your eyes were closed from us, k'r. would like to say thanks to
Sleep on. and take your rest all my friends also to the Ex.

,We loved you but God loved you elusive Beauticians Ten Social Club, Dade
best. County Unit No. 49
and Ceasor's
University of Cosmetology
You are gone but not forgotten. for the
beautiful flow-
One day we will join hands with
ers cards and support given to
A Anyou me during my illness at Mt. SI.
w will sing with you those
r. nal Hospital and while conva.
ANNE WILLIAMSwho heavenly songs that you sang on leasing at home. Many thanks to
-">' --' earth.
departed this life March 24 each of you.
1961. MR. TED LAWRENCEwho Ohl! How we miss you, Ada Mae Williams
When the death angel came in your
May she rest in peace. departed this life ..,
"There's an open gate March 25, 1958 room
But we knew had to
At the end of the road 'May he Rest in Peace you
You paid the price that we all
Through which each must go, MRS. CARRIE LAWRENCE, have to pay. DEATHSRange

alone Wife, and FAMILY. REV. E. M. THOMAS,
Our Father claims His own;
Beyond the gate your loved one Husband; ..,_,_rn _sow
Finds happiness and rest IN MEMORIAMIn LEARN, Daughters; REV. SOLOMON ROSCO .
And there is comfort in the
thought Sad but Loving Memory of CHARLIE THOMAS, Son. OTIS ROLLIE, of 1500 N.W. 65th,
That Almighty God knows be.St.'* Dear Mother whose life 'expired January 10, St., Apt. 2, died March 15 .at. Kendall .
My I IN MEMORIAMIn I 1962 take this as one of the Hospital. He is survived by

Mrs. Edna Davis, sister Memory of Our Dear One method to express to the many his wife, Katherine; four brothers

Mr. Asa Williams, brother J HENRY N CLARKE, Sr. ministers, churches and many Ben,.John,.)Floyd and J. W. Rollie,, .."
*. Mrs. Clyde Williams,'elster who departed this life faithful friends for their' many and'a sister; )Lorrajtae' Rollie. Funeral : :
March 21 195B cards, flowers, letters, donations services were held Thursday ..

The sorrows of death, compassed care, telegrams and all other ape in the Range Funeral Home \t.,
IN MEMORIAMIn us preclative gestures during their ,Chapel. Interment was in Evergreen
hours of bereavement.
Wefound much sorrow. Then Memorial
Loving Memory of Our called Special thanks to St. Mark' ELIZABETH
MRS.\ SCOTT, of 1706
Dear Wife, Mother Daughterand Upon the name of the Lord. Baptist Church members, St. N.W. 5th Ct., died March 17 at her
Sister 0, Lord we beseech Thee, deliver John Baptist Church, Rev. Thed. residence. She is survived by her

j our souls, ford Johnson, the Ministers husband, Mr. Edmond Scott; anda
I I Gracious is the Lord and righteous; Council, Ministers' Wives Rev neice, Mrs. Margaret Brown. Funeral -
W. F. Turner Sr. for his
i services will be held Saturday -
I lOur God is merciful eulogy a.nd to the House of
March 24, 4:00 p.m. at Allen
May he Rest in Peace Albert for its efficient cervices.
Chapel A.M.E. Church with Rev 0
MRS VERA CLARKE, Wife; To all of you we are sincerelyand E. Turner, officiating Intermentwill

MRS. ELOYCE CLARKE deeply grateful. follow in the Hallandale City

$ z JENNINGS, Daughter; There is an open door at the Cemetery, Mrs. Scott is now in
P HENRY N. CLARKE, Jr., end of the road through! which repose at the funeral home.

I Son; each must go alone and there is DEBORAH CARTWRIGIIT; the
1 'u.t Y VNI. I DODRIDGE CLARKE, I a light we cannot see, whereour four-year-old daughter of Mr. Edward
Brother. Father claims His own. Cartwright and Mrs. Thelma

tJ ., e J'S IN MEMORIAMIn The Family Cartwright, of 1553! N.E. 151st Ter.,.
North Miami died March 16 at
$ h a: x 1 1Mr Loving Memory of Our Dear Cloverleaf Hospital. Other survi-

Mother' and GrandmotherMRS. vors include two sisters and two
MRS JOANNA SMITH JOHNSONwho BESSIE ROWE Drive Carefully! (More Deaths on page 8))
---,-- who departed this life
... departed this life ,
MRS. DAISY FERGUSONwho March 26, 1958 March 19, 1960 I. -

departed this life Gone but not forgotten. May she To We bring do not need to a special mind day "Living Service for the'Living" :
you ;
March 24 1961 rest in
LAFRONIA IIIGGS The days we do not think of you,
Shall claimed of death. cause us to MISS ,
Daughter. Are very hard to find. .
grieve Like falling leaves the drift
make years
And our courage fall? ,
let faith and hope receive, by.
Nay, us
But the of will
memory you never
The rose still grows beyond the IN MEMORIAMIn die;
? May'' She Rest In Peace Loving Memory of Our In our hearts you will always stay; .
Loved and remembered
every day.

t QUEL L. FERGUSON, : Dearly ELLEN Beloved ALBURYwho Mother LOUISE and GRANDSONS.JOHNSON. Daughter; yYY' wr 11.

...}. Husband; March 25 1940
passed away ,
; The month of grief again is here,

WANDA Sons; and DESIREE. To us the saddest of the year. in Sad ,but Loving Memory of .. E
t' Daughters We often sit and think of you ,Our:Dea\ Husband and Brother
WILLIAM and; MARY And of the, things you used to do.

DELANCY Parents Tears may dry up and fade away, I ,

PEARL ESTELLE CLORIE BROWN, Sister Sister; ; ; But stay.'in our hearts you will always Oscar I. Range funeral Home

You have left beautiful.
And a sorrow too great to.be told. M. Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range, Mgr.
But to us who loved ana lost you,

CARD OF THANKSThe Your memory Sadly will missed never by grow old. 5727 NW.17th Ave.

family of the late TilE ALBURY FAMILY.
OX 1.0131 OX 1-4343
MR. LESTER HOLT, Sr, ; J\jt}
.' .. ., .
who departed this life March 30, .'.'' ."."..0".)
1962 and was layed to rest March, .IN MEMORIAMIn ; .
8 at Mt. Zion Baptist Church of r:( i;

I Buena Vista, Ga.,'wish'to take this Memory'of the Late ... OX 1.9151
MR. EDWARD' C. SANDS -. .,# 6701 WW 15th Ave. Nite 634-3198
method of expressing its thanks '),1/
and appreciation to the friends and who passed on March 24, 1959! ) For Funerals You Can Afford Call

neighbors of 11th Ter., 1st Ave, May ,perpetual light shim upon
1st Ct. and 11th St. of Miami Choir his soul, and may he rest in peace.

No.1. The Steward Board- and MRS. GLADYS SANDS, Wife; Manker Funeral HomeCloth
members of Mt Herman A.M.E. of FAMILY. ,
Opa-locka for your kind expres-
lions of sympathy during the timeit
was needed most. Cover Caskets $126 up .
t.We are grateful to each of you $499 up

and we pray that God's richest MRS. BLONEVA A KELLY Nothing left to burden
blessings will forever be upon you. CONKLIN REV./.r. C. JOHNSON youOne's
0 Social Security Can Take care all
vrho this life
k mi departed
; wishes to thank her 17 menus funeral
t March 20, 1947 arrangements
ft MRS. MARY E. SMITH, Sister; for kindness shown dur:nj her recent : tf
;" MR. JAMES A. HOLT, illness while In JI: !"'tson Memorial G9ne* not forgotten. Maybe Business Managers William Norwood
rest In I peace;
Hospital. Spec thanks
Brother; Willie William.THE .
MR. ALBERT SMITH, Jr.. for the beautiful flowers and the ; I aM.
Brother-in-Law, l cards. J,aad THE FAMILY. =


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DOWN payment, will put : ;.LADIESj-YOiJ I SATURDAY, MARCH, 24, 1962/ pAGk .13 '

you in a 2.bedroom house. Living Ybu will tool 'four be tIN *'"; ''F'" ,.* ,f '* .,
roam, dining room kitchen, FOR RENT' :FOR SALE ..;}j NEW:*tit:",.
front and back porch. Corner of ,,XjVtaftfrM, i i FROMBOWMAN'S ,..'.
NW 23rd ave< and 47th St. NE Apt. Tor' ::single person or couple '
FOR RENT 5.4940. 1 room complete kitchen refrig. 3 & 4 Bedroom

erator, hot water, cdectric! Aim.
"I "
NICE 2 bedroom duplex.
[ 1101 NW 45th St., See today Private bath. Front door en.' 2 bath homes
W 60th St. For information 3 bedroom 2 bath CDS. 'CUstflifl We hae" hour dap In a price ,
all TU 84291DOAt built lovely l grouhda, $1000; bop .....;.'jl: trance. Clean. tI
cannot ....;'. ddb uwpBee $** See hem corner;*
APT. UnfuriJlshtid-! down. Ben-Kori Realtor 2844 \ $11 Week :: \<
' NW 62nd St. Nltes PL 9.5633; our eelt cuoax, r.of Ilxfrta
$11.50 per weak. Call E. PLcard Days OX 1-9371 ,n; I '8th Ave.,at:56th $t.,
Rental Agency, FR 7-2902.\ wear arrilfingrrtwl'.tuiiaViaanem.twl ;; '.

FURNISHED efficiencies: All 1807 W 47th ,St. .See tO ct'Jj, # W;'i1"Olt'4: :ba 'ttnlaeqdatBOWMAW5 ;3'bedroom Apt. PL 7-6663 or JE 1-5873
Completely furnished'
utilities weet. 620 Included.NW 8th$12.50 St. per FR $300 down Total, $9,500. Good, I ,.,l, ..,,; 2345 NW 56th St. .1. 1" ; .'
buy. Ben.Korl Realtor 2644 NW "
: : "
7.2902.3.ROOll. 62nd St. Nltes PL 96633. Days 'YOUR, N81tO11IBQ1t1[(,OD' naJ $16 Week .. The .Ordained-.;*,: ,' '
OX "
1- 372.
Cottages, water furnUh. '! '( ,
r. ; Rev. T. R LoweThe
ed. $10 :week. 669 NW 8th St. 1326 NW 42nd St. See today. /', "
FR r T-2902. Beautifully landscaped, ,2.t>ed.roonualr 1031 NW 3rd"Ave, FOR SALE L' man from Savannah*"V ,'

D. PICARb Buy. Ben :Ron f condUHptteri Realtor;, 2644 my"Best NW Tel. 379-3111 'RESTAURANTCompletely' "*" '', Ga., it here at 'Vv? ,
Agency 62nd St. Nltea PL, 95633. Days .... "
Rental collections -- '
; ; property OX equipped 1340 NW: 53rd' St.
,estate 9372' .
management real
569 NW 8th St. FR 7-2902 --- ? FOR SALE Must be sold ,because of faith
4001 NW llth ave. See today. death in-the: family. Come see this man 'of

FURNISHED 2 bedroom house best.Professional 3-bedroom if you, 2 bath'want CBS the, NEW CORNER HOME GOLD MINE FOR RIGHT if you have, problem: of not
Heal location: See it at 836 NW
plus cottage don't miss this. PARTY
.bec 2 bath
G5th St. PL 8.0792. room,
getting the good blessingsof
Ben.Korl (
Realtor, 2644 NW 62nd Wonderful location. Rent ,
St. Niter PL 95533. Days OX Sprinkler system I
ROOM for a respectable man in 1.9372. Built-in kitchen and- security entitles you to life.
private home. OX 10425. 4 '
Glass door to patio use equipment.
P.S.-Rev. Lowe is not,
apartment Home For Sale Beautifully landscaped
with or without frlgidalre Drapes and many other 745 NW 62nd STREET fortune teller or' palmist. ,-
and stove in clean and quiet sur BY OWNEROn
roundings. $12.60. Call OX extras u ,
17964. lot 60x110 with bearing VD l
fruit trees, 2, bedrooms living 3001 N.W. 70th Terr. ,
NEW APTS. Adults. Beautiful room, separate' furnished dining
hardwood floors i beautiful kit room, tile bath, Florida room, OX 1.8427 TURF
Chen, and bath. Landscaped, and furnished kitchen. One mort.
clean and quiet location. Phone gage. Financing may' be arrang.
HI 4-3673, HI 6-7207 ed 'to !suit buyer. 4430 NW 31st
ave., Brownsville NE 61187..
2.BEDROOM home for rent. For Sale
1136 13625.. NW -67th St. Call OX DOUBLE DECK BAR

$ PER WEEK. 1 bedroom
furnished apt. Free gas' and HOUSEOn
w 61266.; ter. 6039 NW 24th ave. HI 726 N.W. 79th STREET

corner with extra lot.

EFFICIENCY. Light. and water .
free. $16 per week. 709 NW $490 down $90 Mo. Closed garage, with large 'A' '
65th St. PL 7 -9594 or OX r
16075. No closing costs porch, all large rooms, including .i MUSIC 6 NIGHT A WEEK '. .
No qualifying
HOUSES. 7 rooms furnished. Redecorated. Nice lot stove and r trtgetator. '
Downtown eecttoh. 4
ropm in
Mown Sub section Call NE 833 NW 75th St. $500 down, monthly SAMMY MOORE
4..0760, after 4.30. M31
$390 down $74 Mo.: I payments $82.27. FHA .
UbCDROOM house, all utilities :.
No closing costs HIS COMBO
are furnished, Call Picard Rental mortgage.
Agency, FR 72902. 3 bedroom CBS, jalousled

HOUSE. Low rent, clean 3-room porch, oak floors, city water 4910 NW 10th Ave. Featuring Bobby Sands on Guitart

house. 1811 NW 5th Ct. Apply One FHA mortgage 1 '.:
at 2768 NW 46th St. '
17S9$ NW 50th St. Drive by 'Sunday. Will be .
Elaborate Floor Show: r .
DUPLEX. 2149 2151 NW 68th $290 down $69 Mo. opened 1-5 p.1n.GODHAN'S.

St. Live in one rent the other No closing costs

Rent reduced. Call OX 1.2533.M31 No qualifying Friday Saturday, and Sunday
---- -- .
1 IIKDHOOM furnished apt. All Very nice 2 bedroom, with .. ...'. .. ;.:' (01"(-,,, tI ,

utilities. Downtown area. $II. carport, city water large : 'L '
,NE }4.0500.r, ,ritdl, lfti.H. ; .
L :; : e Ipt. ,J.. .. Real'Estate.'' & rhsdrVhfc'e0
OPA LOCKA area. 1 bedroom, Many other homes '

newly decorated unfurnished. Call or visit '2688 NW/62nd Street .
115. Furnished $21 2 bedroom
uofurn. $18, furn. 2 bedroom PL 7-3456 FOR SALE ,
4.ODOO, indf OX 1-0380(

,283: NW70th St. '
A NICE clean apartment In''a A FABULOUS 8'UY"
quiet neighborhood. 6306 NW : -
15th ave. Call NE 4.1886 or FR L
19797. mar23 Luxurious Custom Bnilt'" HomeOpen

NEWLY Renovated furnished or
unfurnished apt. In the Opa CBS
Locka area hear Church, ncfcool 3 Bedroom daily 2 to 6 p.m.

and chopping center. Call Mick

In* Rental l Agency NE 4.0600. .... MODEL AT

We will be glad TAX to T1MEI help' you file 1901 N.W.52nd' St..
your income tax, long or abort ROOM, A SCREENED'FRONT.PORCHAND .
form. Come to Fenater Realty, ,
1260 NW 62nd St. Ask for '

Special price for children 75c. 4' : O 3 bedrooms.-Walk In closets
Two barbers to serve you at all ,
times. j ..,ui" I

:Rev Amos Hall, proprietor.Free N.W. 75th St and with hood :
street parking on both aides of See 754 0 Oven range +'

'7th Street Barber Shop 4r. .
630 NW 3rd Ave. \ I 0 Clan eliding, door to patio :;, 'i;,
:3 Shoe Shine Boys to serve you
> Why send children to bootleg: Then See N.W 7thAve. # "It ", ." '
'barbers and take a chance of ,,
O 2 full tiled baths;- A "A/114C ..hjw '
impairing their heads by use of 'fw ,
\ I :
unsanitary equipment. Always use m jr it ',
licensed, modern barber for the I ';j- ," ":f
best interest of your children Tub Enclosure w'P' )

and yourself McNichQlas Real Estate .. I (r' fY': ; A1 t v41t'1NArHAR
Good nurbrr opportunity.wanted. Male or female. .


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..; _'>tIOO, ,OCIIIOt. .; N" :..lOOtlIOO: ('CX'il'I The Bethuna Family. welcomes Women's Club
II upon her return lire Evelyn The Royal !twenty Women's: '
FRANCES S. TUCKEROn who had recuperatedfrom
Students llineis. Wfi alao Club held Its regular nieeting at
485 Dade County Thursday, March 16 o u r a recent to her aha her the beautiful home of Mr. .4
sympathy Jefferson
I host to the
school family was their recent be. Mrs] Joseph McDonald 228 i ;
family during
Zone 5 meeting. Among other Drive, Coral Gables, witS
Benefit From principal and supervisor was reavemeht.The Girl Scouts and Brownies Mrs. Ermatlne Holton presiding
Mrs Callie flelvers, Asst. dlrftc- This meeting was devoted to
United College Fund I le In tor of Elementary Education. presented a moat interestingprogra.m finalizing the plans for the an.

its 19th year as the first American Summer for Indians." MrsSelvera and other membersof during last Thursday.our regular Many as. : nual Royal Twenty dance to be

Educational Chest devised! to More Thespians' will display the, group visited each of our sembly patrons were present to witness held at the Bayfront Park auditorium

provide the critical 10 percent of their talent for this presentationthan classes. this program., Denise Burnslde on April 6.
the operating budgets of 32 private ever before Some of the A delightful after.meetlng
members of presided.
On Saturday our
predominantly. Negro !Institutions members of the casts for the track team competed in the track Mrs A. ,Reed, sixth grade, is social was enhanced by the arrayof
in the South. shows John'Pryor prepared by the bostew. .
are Patsy meet at the University of Miami. serving as cooperating teacherfor goodies
Monies received by the college Ferguson, Fred Ford William Bring the bacon home! appear. Mrs. Eva Lawton during her Mrs.. Lelia Moore thankedthe
tlons that are part of the college Mears, Robert Smith, Betty ed to be tie command of Coach internship at Bethune Elemen hostess for a wonderful time
used for current expenses Jones Darlene Knowles Bette enjoyed bv all.
Fund are William Rolle. Our boys (Tuc- tary. Mrs. Lawton Is asenior,
and scholarship aid. Jones Kathlene Jordan, Sheila will be held at
ker'a Athletic Club) placed in majoring in Elementary Vacation Next meeting
It has been pointed out that Johnson, Prudence Doathan, Bet. the following; divisions. at Bethune, the home of Mrs. Leila Moore,
approximately 485 atudente from ty: Melton Anthony Armbrlster, Mrs. Lois Hicks, first grade, 6041 BW 3rd St., South Miami
the Dade County area are en. Eugene Bell, Roland Harvey, 50 yard dash: is serving as cooperation teacher Mrs. Ermatlna Holtott, Prefl
rolled in these 32 private col. Nancy Colebrooke, Eadron An. Midget division: Willie Walls, for Miss Annebelle McIntosh, A Mrs. Ethel Peavy recorder
leges who are receiving more drews, Sally Sharpe, Alma Mar. 3rd. senior at FAMU who is doing int.
than $200,000 in loans and tin, Maria Bell and many others. 50 yard dash: Ira Lester, 1st; I. ternshlp hare Miss McIntosh, LIVE Off tllfa UBCIl'v
scholarships. Raymond Simmons, 3rd. who is tnoparing (in Elementary \ know what it means to !make
Thurston intern
Bethune-Cookman College, located Anthony Education, b most active in many the beat of your, ont nite ttff.
teacher from Florida A and M Running broad jump:; 200
at Daytona Beach, I Is the campus activtied. Thursday nite at the SATELLITES
University, is assisting Mr. Ran. yard shuttle relay Tucker A,
Parents to attendthe LOUNGE is just the means to
only Florida college now a part are urged
dolph with dlrectng. All seats are C. 1st; Willie Smart, 2nd;
of the College Fund and has en. remaining PTA meetings for that Reservatons be softball throw Julius 3rd
SO cents. Poole
rolled 62 students from the Dade may ; the school term. Remember, ment every nice of the week.
obtained by calling Mr T. S. 50 yard wash.
County area who are receiving meetings are held at 8:30: p.m. .Miami's Most Intimate Lounge.
Greer Jr. at North Dade High.
loans and scholarships valued at NA 1.0536, school day, The awards as a result of the in the, cafetorlum on the third SATELLITE
above $40,000. on any meet were 13 medals and four Tuesday of the month. 0222 N.W. 7th Ave.

The 1962 Dade County Cam. Mrs. Artie Knowles. of the ribbons.
palgn got underway on Tuesday speech and drama department is We are very proud of our Walter C. Cogdell principalJabberwock's RUPTURE RECTAL
with a goal of $5.000 towardsthe the assistant director for the boys and all of the school per. DISEASES

overall Florida quota of Thespians sonnet who have helped to stimulate Office Treatment, Low
$40,000. It Is hoped that the
our youth in the area of Cost. Free Examination
residents of Dade Couaty will athletics.Mrs. I
rally to this cause to help the DUNBAR
Committee reach Its goal. Wilhelmina Bentley, who in the air! 1045 SW let St.
Checks should be made payableto Parents and patrons of Dun. accompanied the principal and .PR. 8.2748RARRLEY'S <
the Dade County Committee bar were well pleased with the two other teachers, gave an en.
United Negro College Fund and program of the March PTA me&t.ng lightening report during our ,
mailed to Roy Perry, treasury, < held on the past Monday. PTA meeting of March 19 on
Dade County Committee United I Girl Scouts Troop No. 377, Mrs the PTA program was Dr Van CUT-RATE STOREThe

Negro College Fund, Industrial Myrtle Dullard, leader; Mrs. Robinson who spoke to our pa.
National Bank Miami Florida. Laura Bethel and the Misses rents on dental health among our Friendly Store With The Warm: Welcome

The participating colleges in i Cora Culver and Sarah Miller, children.mentioned We hope that the facts 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4.2376
United Negro College Fund are assistant leaders were responsiblefor will be given careful
the original skit, "Girl Scouts consideration.
Atlanta University, Barber-Sco. World Renown." Other ass.Tonic ...................._..... 1.45 Special Angel Skin
tia College. Benedict. Bennett, lights the investiture high. On Wednesday, March 21, we Scott's Emulsion ................ .08 Hair Cream 2.50 size 1.25
Bethune Cookman, Bishop, Clark, were ser were fortunate to have Rey. Mc. Bleach Glow Cream 75
Dillard University, Fisk Unlver. vice and the presentation of 2nd Dowell on our campus. As a re. La ton .................?...-.'J. in phil tax

sltv, Hampton Institute, HustonTll'oton Class Girl Scout badges.. source person who spent over 40 7-20 ......,............,..........._...... 1.75 old 07 Bcrgamont
Interdenominational years in Africa doing missionarywork
Theological Center, Johnson C. Dunbar's Drum and Bugle Rev, McDowell shared Lanolin Plus Hair Groom .................... .00

Smith University, Knoxville, Corps, taught and directed by many of his intimate experiencesof Liquid, ...,................... 1.75 Old 97 Pressing Oil NNN 03
Also Lane, Lemoyne, Morris Earl Fdnley and Humphrey Ma. the continent with our sixth lot. !Free Dolls ................ 1.08 to 18.08
Jar participated Inthe Reglstra-
Brown, Paine. Philander Smith, ion Parade on Saturday grade group. At present the Gifth of all' descriptions. Use our layawayOPEN
Ft. Augustine's, St Paul's, Shaw sixth grader are studying a uniton

University, Spelman, Stlllman Draft Turner, PE Coordinator, Africa. DAILY fit SUNDAY 8 A.M.! to 10 P.M.
Talladega, Aoualoo F. J. Meares, principal'
Southern presented the County's Physical JOHN A. McMINN,Owner

Shristian, Tuskegee Institute, Fitness program to the Area 'K F. Murray, ..,,,". ,. r .
Virginia Helen Basden
Union University, Wiley meeting reporters
and Xavier University. I I -
Mrs Clara Knight returned to
work after an' absence of five

North Dade to weeks la Thompson due to also illness returned Mrs. afteer Luel. For The Finest Apartmerts at Moderate Rates-Call

I a week's lllneea. Mrs. Ann Smith w
Present Plays and Amanda Franklin continue

ill at home and the Cedars of r t Bt v NH
The Thespians of North Dade Lebanon hospital.Our Y',I Y, BONDEDRENTAL
Hih School will present their
principal and Mrs. A. Jj
major production In the
Hawkins, consultan assistant, are
form ot "An
Act Evening of One. attending the Spring meeting of r is I
Plays" on Tuesday, March the Florida. Council of Elemen.
Z7 It was announced by Charles
tary Education meeting at Or.
p. Wyche principal Curtain- will lando. Mr. Adams Is associate
be at 8:16 p.m. in the
lum. auditor. chairman; Mrs. Hawkins, a mem.
i 1 ber of the steering committee.Mrs. .
According to Jim Randolph, Cates left for Chicago as a
director of the Thespian Troupe, member of the 193 voice Dade
a variety of categories will be in. County Music Teachers chorus.Announcement .
eluded on the playbill AGENCY INC.

"Fumed Oak" a story of a man ?
who was "tricked" into marriage
Is a gay comedv., Another com.
edy, "A Baby For Brenda," will .i
keep the audience laughing.The Class No. 2 of Greater Bethel The largest collection and rental

serious plays are "An AME Church cordially invites
Overpraised Season" and "Un. you to attend its Tea Sunday, I x agency in the South; operating in
dertow." March 25, 4 to 6 p.m.' in the I W ,

The bill of one-acts also In. church basement, 245 NW 8th k Dade and Broward Counties'L.
I eludes "Mind of a Killer," phy.I st. Mrs Laura Wilson, president; -
sological melodrama and.' A Rev S. A. Cousin, pastor.

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eold\ t remember reading where THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
GROVE YOUTH! Florid hunters bag over six

million birds and animals( over SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1962 PAGE 15
1 million quail Included), yearly. I
COUNCIL ORGANIZED Here fo my reaction:
The hunters shot their fill of
Recently at the home df Mrs, quail First Annual All- RAILROAD
Elizabeth Johnson" f&ftrier $rirtcipai < More: than a million (that's their
1 L :U $ .:.;.tr tale I)
of Phyllis' WheAtlex .Elf.? Basketball
;ineiiUry Schfiol, ih Coconut PUN PHUN Of bird and beast their bags are GameThe WORKER HOOKS
trove Youth Council < organ..' fuU
izefl. hy tt VWLFishermen oRtb'I1 ft But wn# If flow* bow many shotth Dade County Coaches As. $10,000 FISH
The decided! purpose of the or $ built soclation will sponsor Its First
organization.ould be "Tp: organ'tze of ted had ode si i I'd take up hunting itiyeeif. Ifit Annual All-Star Basketball Game TAMPA' Because his wife felt

the youth of Coconut Grove line with their fish etoribs, but I weren't so expensive. I/eer I which will pit the South Coun.ty that they should fish! just a few

juvenile Into a combined delinquency force, to and combat to they carry no weight with me. 1 to hunting get a Is buck very, perhaps dear. It about takes doe ten Ver tM Nfirth County. Two minutes more till it gets dark,"

work for the betterment of the don't get hooked with their fish bucka worth of buck shotI 'games wilt be played to give a Tampa railroad'section workerIs
community as a whole." tales that keen bobbing up. Always guees I'll stay home and fans In each area an opportunity richer by $10,000 today
like the sqeptlo that I am, listento to witness these stellar per.
Mrs. Elizabeth Verrlck, chair. the big ones get away and During those "few minutes
man of the Coconut Grove Slum the little ones set a weigh on sportsmen's stories even thoI formers. Thursday night's game "
don't alwaya them. more, Ned English hooted an
bull-lleve. will be at Northwestern
Clearance email coursel gym.
Committee, scale of
was present And if they take offence I'll 11-ounce, 111,2 inch bass that
Even statisticians leave
and to elaborate on the, purpose me give them the gate The North Squad will havesuch carried a $10,000 tag in the
of the council. i I players as Eric Bain, Willie 1962 Schlltz Florida Fishing
Everyone present dedicated Snell both All-State) and Ho. Derby. Informed only that he
himself voluntarily to try and COURT OFAPPEALS North DadeRecreation mer Head! of North Dade Stan. had caught a fish with a big
make our council one of the Icy McKenzie .All-City), James value and asked to present him.
best anywhere. The meeting was Mitchell and Edward: Newton of self at the Schllti plant in Tam-
then opened for comments., sug TO Center Northwestern. pa, English agreed. Dot he was
gestions and projects from mem. worried about losing a day from
bers of the council. The ambl-1 I HEAR GOLF The scene around the center The South Squad .m.h a,1" e his work at the Atlantic CoastLine
tions reactions of the council I this week la again track. This Jack Wadlty, Rudy Minis, George Railroad yards at P 'o r t
were greatly appreciated by the time it is the 9th grade boys. Buchanan and Sidney Johnson of Tampa. The worry dissipated Ina
sponsors Comments and sag-' CASE The results of the 9th grade Booker T. Washington; Ulysses broad but new bewildered
ge lions wore mostly of goodwill I track meet are: Granee and Fletcher Everett of smile when he learned this after.
and wishful growth of the Jack Greenberg IB scheduled to Mays, and Billy Frederick Theo. noon that big" meant 10 thousand
council. Among the projects, it argue on March 27, an NAACP Flret place went to 9.1 with dore Taylor .and Donnell Jordonof dollars.
was eugfested that the council Legal Defeftra" Fund appeal froma 49 points. Second place went to Carver.
or representatives of the council Florida District Court ruling $.2 which had 25 points. Third With six children ranging In
make Bn appointment with thA which u holds racial segregationof place went to 9.3 who bad 14 Cecil Harris of Dooker T. ages from four months to 14
Commlslott to ask tot sWall two Jacksonville golf Courses.! points and fourth plies was 9-7 Washington will nerve as South I years, Ned and Ethel English
Parks in strategic points its the with 1 point 9.4, 9.4 and 9.6 head coach assisted by Roy i have their share of family mon.
Drove area., Argument tails be heAfd( by the were Unable to obtain any points. Young (Maya) and Alkin Hep. ,ey problems. Before knowing the
The 0. S. Court of Appeals fof burn (Carver)i and Thomas amount of the award his wife
status ot morale in the Fifth Circuit in Atlanta. I i The Individual etOnts were as Anderson (North Dade) will be had said, "We're right against it
fiouhcll Was highlighted by the follow! They place first, second top-master for the North assist right now." She explained that
election of the following officers: The golf courses( tirentwood and third as their names are listed ed by William Kinchen (North. she was thinking, especially of
wPresident, Clifton ViuighUHl! and Hyde fyr, had bean owned The 100 yard dash was won western). the 15,000 they still owe on the
vice, Amy_ Phillips. >_; .recording I and operated by the City Of Jack won by Hilton Lyles and Harris, home which they are buying at
lAAU-ikU ti. onhle 20 the 220 yard Proceeds from the will
necreiary bnaron: Roberts;, as'i fdr brief years. The dash, Orownlee, game 2015 9th Ave. in Tampa. "Ifn
&l6taK secretary; Diane Spr'ati 1 city was ordered to desegregate" Hilton and Oliver; 440 dash, be used to help purchase glasses these house payments that keepme
ling; financial> secretary, Ronald the coursed by Pd8 ral.; Judjte I Drowniee! Oliver and Jefferson; for underprivileged children of worried not so much those
Carter; treasurer, Denny Due. Drian Slmpsod' .April 7 1959. 880 dash, Fitfwerf, Jackson and Dade County. other little scattering bills," she
hart; chaplain, Blanch Daniels On April 6, the day before the Murray; 330 relay 91, 9.3. and eaid.
; to 9.2; 50 yard dash ttiltofl Game time is set at 7:30: both
and reporter, Poland Daniels.On Injunction WM take effect the Flow
nights and dance will follow th
ers and Drownlee high
city closed the course ; jump
ebrllary 22, at the Saturday's game.
spa Green and Oliver; tprint
l6\te! Christ Episcopal Church In February, 1(69, the courses 9.1, 9.2 and 9.3 and the shot medley put, Student admission 35 cents Miami Times Ads
Parish Hall, 7:15 p.m. Installa were sold to Fred A. Cbloto and Ferguson, James and Hilton.
Linn ceremonies were held for the Ronald Hurley under condition Adult admission 60 cents. Dance Get Fast ResultsToday
Youth Council. Fr. Theodora R. they used the land only for golf As Hilton Drownlee and Green 25 cents to all
Gibson, rector of the Church, in; course These men who paid shined so did 9.1. ..ter..- --
stalled the Officers In an impres. only down payments had been The 8th grade track meet
bl8 filvft l a}hale light ceremony Mu. the golf pros at the courses, and start the 22nd of March and the
far this occasion was given had been on municipal salaries. 7th grade starts the 29th.
by the: following members of the When the courses were sold to All the children that partici Register
council: Solos Gladys Edwards them, they reopened facilities pated In the recreation program
and Catherine Davis; Instrumen. for whites only. would start bowling at the
tal solo Frederick Hunt Other Bunchy Lanes Marth 27.
members appearing on the pro Legal Defense Fund attorne/a

gram were Sharon Roberto, oc then went hack to court to make .__.. ....._.7"di....._............ '......_..'M. "...... TW. ..W... .. .TW. ,..... .. ..... .'.........W1....
casion! : Debris Dingle, scripture; Chioto and Hurley parties to the .AL.M : _- .-. ..;-.-.........-.;..-.....-..-...-. -....--... ..:;..::..::.:; ;:; ;; :; ;; ; ; ;" ; ; ;
and prayer: Gloria Davenport, desegregation suit, the at. jri
Introduction of gu* uu Ronald tortteys changed hat the eale
Thompson i introduced' Mrs. Ella "is an act of subterfuge on the
Ibet'lrrtck\ who brought part of the city of Jacksonville iiJ
rr0etthgn to the group. In an effort to abridge the rights DREAMLAND ESTATES
After the service, the evening of the petitioners "
wan spent dining and
Thft council dancing On June II, 1901 Judge fu
meets the 2nd and
Simpson dlsmfertd/ the petition
Thursdays in each month. of the Negro plaintiffs. Defense THANKS YOU U
The -
spore ors of the
Mrs. V. flllva. council are Fund attorneys Immediately appealed !
teacher at counselor and to the U. 8. Court of Appeals x'
George W
Ifkh n. .r, School: Mrs. B. Johnson Carver, And in order to handle all of the requests of the people ;;
riullford of the police de. In Its brief, Fund attorneys
inrtmsnt, and Mm. B. Vlrrick. that of Jack. ;
contend the City
Roland Daniels reporter I ''onvllle has maintained sufficient who are; working during the week; ..opr'office will be nN t:
I .
ownership and control of the
Ely Edes BTW property to make operation sub. }
'lest to the Fourteenth Amend this !
5-4 in Tennis went"f open Sunday from 2 to 6 p.m. 'M.2t

Blanche Ely High School Decide Greenberg Other
o s In
tampaho Beach defeated the NAACP Legal Defense Fund attorneys
hooker T. Washington Tornadoes are Ernest D. Jackson of !
by a margin of 5.4 In tennis Jacksonville, and Constance Da. F Your 1 II!
matches played last Wednesday I' Ker Motley and Michael Meltsner Buy II IIOf !
rfternoon Coarti.In the oh boys the matches Dixie Park both of New York City.Beautiful cresIts

schools battled to a stand-off 3-3 Home

'nlcbard.to4V tesl looker In DTW.the* a singles T.2-1 pUyers betters.advantage'and were doubles over Sumpter con the 1f/kv UnS Your Lot on 1 t i Good Dade County Land NOW! |l:t 1.

h y m s. Griffin 11[.
BartOB ftlboln and Mitchell. 1

El/ had Graham, Cook Wells, ..;: 1t :"

Vrtght Allard.} Blatch Grooms and .. + $10 Dow;:' $10 Month f

DTW was coached by John Tel. iU
Ib and Ely by Saw Swan. "#



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Ceasor Takes Over ,
public la invite to a tea ter No. 127 OES. MM. J. L.
PAGE 16 SATURDAY MARCH 24 1962 I : ; Dixon, speaker,
Hampton -Beauty, reading on Thursday night, March
House ,'' 29, at 8 p.m. at the Masonic Alice< Cash, W. M.
Temple, 6410 NW 15th are. John Taylor, W. 1'.
Gwen Ceasor, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Augustus Ceasor of

RE55 Ceasor's ogy haa University taken over of the Cojinetol.beauty BUY A HOME TODAY!

parlor at the Hampton House ,
and Villas. Gwen, a papular ,stu. !
EEL.PINDER : dent operator also is a auction I
Antm leader in the Northwestern '
look Wd
h School band. Drive by thes homes and take a. arrangeall

K financing


SOUTH DADE County 1Jl.h 1. 1171 NW 50th St. $300 down $77.20 month
School will hear and see some of ((3-bedroom CBS home)
Harlem Bar
Miami's top entertainers when BROWARD COUNTY
that benefit of Stars get under 2. 1923 NW 43rd St. $350 down $63.30 month

way Sammy, Wednesday Moore, and,Dave March Prater 2'i,, NEWS And Restaurant ( 2-bedroom CBS home with Florida room)

the Rosita Quails Davis, Vanilla, Bill Robinson Williams and and By WALTER BOWB 3. 1074 NW 47th St. $795 down

many others vlll las I; along with 6851 N.W. 15th Ave. (Move right in this beauty.' No closing costs)
Frank "Chicken Scratch" Du. s Ii'
Dotse to help ra'ee' the band The Fraternal Lodge No. 373, .Home Cooked Meals 4. 919 NW 76th ,St. $350 down$68.30 month
Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite
uniform money for "The Rams
Band." Masons of West Hollywood, ex I 5. 7552 NW 13th Ave. $50 down $15 week

--BEAUllCIAXS- Unit : presses sincere to its gratitude and patrons appreciation Ezekiel W. Burrows, W.M.; Folia! 6. 7021 ''NW 29th Ave. $45Q( down

MIAMI and fashion many Boyd, secretary. I ((3-bedroom, 2 bath CBS home)
No. 7 hair style contributing to the grand successof The Fire Department of Carver

esta revue at the, April Mary Elizabeth 15 promi&ea Fl. its sale. Because of the over I Ranches will meet Monday, March 7. 2105 NW 47th St. $150 down $22 week
to show how hair helps:! Dade whelming accomplishment, there 26, 8:30: p.m., at the Chamber of ((3-bedroom CBS home)
County Young Democratic As. will be another sale on this Satur Commerce Building.
sociation is busy datlas;: for their day, March 24, at the home of 8. 3261 NW 48th Terr. $495 down

Calendar Tea come April 29 ., Brother and Mrs. Folia Boyd, 5409 ((3-bedroom CBS home--1 year old. Move right In)
National Honor Society (North Drive Carefully!
S.W. 25th St. West Hollywood.
western) Annual Ball Saturday,
9_. 5001 NW 10th Ave. $500 down
March 24 That musical tea; LO--
the James E. Scott Day Care (2-bedroom corner home-swimming pool, Fla.
Committee will be sipping a April room air
8 at Liberty Square Auditorium Brand New Homes k conditioned' )

The Gardenia Circle Club -
has mailed invites to its Palm
Sunday Tea, April 15 at Dixie Save Money We have over 400 others to choose from.
Park Mrs. Edna Smith is pres.
ident. The Zeta Sigma Gamma Owner at 1430 N.W. 59th St. We are open Saturday and Sunday too
Orchid Ball is April 13 at Bay.
front Park audit The AKA's 3.BEDROOMS 2 BATHS FLA. ROOM We will trade your old home or lot
will have theirs next Friday, Open Sunday 2.5 p.m.

March 30. 2161 N.W. 59th Street

Chapter has get Hi* date, Friday: ,
May 4 for their fashion: how Lots for sale Will build to orderS. ,

Miami's Ten Beat '
Dressed featuring Women at the Hampton! BARON JE 8-1340 JE, 2-4343 5524 NW 7th Ave. PL 7-2559

Howe pool. If you have any ,
0 choices for Miami's Ten Best I Jf T
Dressed fomen end their came
I to Mrs. Elisha 8. Clarke 17:11:
NW 51st St. or tall OX 1.7052.

in the Knight Beat serves! the
best barbecue rib and chickenyou
ever tasted, not to mentionhis BEAT
specialty peas and rice, real
home-like lilckte Thomas
and his Notables just returnedfrom
their Nnoenii: ..nnrrairAtvieintand .,, .
-- ----- ,
'' -'w R. : 'c-- r
are headed for pl'O&'uC ?: .
naveral for four weeks engage. :
i < <: ,,:.
ment at the Astronauts Lounge. ,
d From the home of Budwelser

comes a new tastfr .(in..beer) to, ,'.,...;.. .. hi",
l,. ," .
these parts."Michalob". as-.Billy; < Ljr "a
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Tllr KNTfi' KTA MH lf\f-"PL{7l' : ,
formerly Club MI, celebrated its "
grand opening Monday eveningand
Jazzy Red staged a show out
of this world. The entertainmentwas ,. ,
great. The club will continuethe
policy of weekend: shows: and k *. ,
dance time along with Weekly'' .q:
dance cards and entertainment ._ 01
specialities. M y .a. 1. na
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard De. ,
Veaux christened their ; .S t
son last ,
Sunday at Mt Tabor Baptist '. r 1 4
Church with Rev. Purdy Brown
officiating Mrs. Nairn la
recuperating at horn) after un.
1 depolns surgery In Jackson:! Hoe
pital. She is the daughter of
Rev. Thomas Culmor find ilettrof ,7&
of Olivia Galtor of Miami. ," ,

II Are. you neglecting your ,child's r $ .
serious music or dance educa A ? 1
tion. Call Fine Art Conservatory "
on Saturdays for consultation, ,. '
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You don't have to wait for the
weekend to catch tho crowd at
k the Satellite lt', every nite S DRIFTERSTonite MARIE KNIGHT

You'll like IttSATELLITE! LOUNGE ,. S .,

0223 N.W. 7th Ave. "
Tomorrow and Sunday, March 23 24 25 :)

Northern Governor's wife r ii Plus Hot 'Papa Turner and the Gang in another show stopper'r'; / ..I,:..

seeks 2 colored domestic ...

couples plus nurse, with maid and experience upstairs, :.t': f '? .Admission: Friday & Sunday $1.50-Saturday $2.00 .' t ..'.....

maid. Apply at once. .Music by Frank DuBoise; Bobby Marshall, M.C. :

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COMING-Aretha Franklin, March 30.31April 1 ''

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FR 3.5755 'S
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Clyde Killen'a Annual!"Night'in'Nassau".Sun., Apr..15, Harlem Square,