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: April 7, 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: UF00028321:00311

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39TH YEAR, ,No. 32 MIAMI,, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1962 18 Pages 10 cents
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Supreme Court Otder- -: -,,-riKagro Body Arrives ;"

Kits 30 pel. ; _'

Gibson Case RehearingFlorida the announced The, United Dade this Negro Here Saturday

cent of its $5,000 ..
Supreme Court RebuffedThe been raised. "Kid" Pa- Ave. under the direction of the
The welterweight House of Albert, with Father
U. S. Supreme Court Monday chairmanship of ,on Tues Joseph Oahea officiating Requiem ,-

ordered a rcargumejot-la. expressed, hospital In High Mass will, b, said. aa4' .
Miamians are from: Injuries ,,
Miami NAACP ease in which its sung
that helps ,..
president the Rev 1'beodoreGib- for topflight 'Paret is survived bj his wife, 't'"' k:

son. repeatedly, refused to'.fire' a. sands of young Lucy; I son, Benny Jr., his "
legislative committee its membership Tile Schools mother, Mrs\ MaxIne Cr *po tad
leadership of five brothers and aUters'
list the way at the last

The militant president, whose with Brownsville ( U. S. JUDGE ORDER ,
continued fight for equal rightsfor porting $100 '
came from Mrs. All New Orleans
Negroes has made him a national .
and Mrs. Maude
figure, was found guilty of r

contempt Taylor professional! gave $100, 1 Schools Integrated
A lower court sentenced him to r..Y $100, Bonded e New Orleans-Louisiana's limited
six months In Jail and $1,200 fine Charles Hadley "stairston" school
Integration plan
The Florida Supreme Court upheldthe Claude Clark $25.
','Other was outlawed Tuesday: by u. S.
conviction in 1960. were Dr. Michael District Jud e J. Skelly Wright.

Gibson's refusal to present the man'of the local He ordered the first six grades of
NAACP membership rolls occurred and $50 each k 0' New Organs public schools open
in '1956 after he' and several Anderson, and to both whites and Negroes' next
other NAACP officials were 'sub- h Ion, members_of September ,
legislative School Board __ By next September, under the
interim Investigating committee .. guests'at the: N A stairstep! program, Integratforowould
headed by Sen. Charley The committee on March 24 have penetrated only to the'
title to Emile first three grades of selected, formerly "
Johns of Starke and Sen. Cliff Her. next meeting
rell of Miami. FATHER GIBSON at the Hampton In Miami all-white schools In New Or
wishing to via National leans. New Orleans so far is the
their check: to the only ,Louisiana city 'to integrate

7 Negroes 9 Whites Die As ,' surer dustrial Roy National A. { Albert lie> until viewed 7 any public Wri ht's schools.If ruling. were taken as

I I call OX 1-0421 and precedent, it could have important -
mation. effects In other Southern
Tornado Strikes Milton I until mid. states, Including Texas. Most
Southern schools that have; been

Milton-Seven Negroes and nine from Pensacola, and ,Dripped \ for Paret will integrated pupil placement have done plan. 'so under a
Whites died Saturday when a through a mile lond strip-OiprooU (Friday) at 8
tornado plunged from a black ing trees and ..mashing'rrameho .; Carver.'s of the Roman Catholic Archbishop Joseph
cloud without warning killing 16 s in its path. '\ Francis Rummell last week
ordered complete integration _
persons. Injuring scores and leaving '
more 'than $1,500,000 in widespread The tornado was the second to !' for Paret will first through 12th grade of air
damages hit Florida in recent months. A at 9:30: 153 parochial schools in the 10 a
twister hit nearby Crestview :on Roman parishes (counties) of the Ntw Or.. 1
The twister roared over the Jan. 5 killing one,person and dOing I 3220 NW 7th leans dlaccse.
small town of 4,000 just 15 miles $2,000,000 worth of damage. -

Expect Family Fight Over Converge on S. '".,' M

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$30 fOOO; >Estate Of Bishop : Regional Meet t'j- jill a-. ,, I

', 4.8 chid Dall in Tampa's. Greek
House, Howard and .
Spruce Sts
. Died in Bathtub ? i
"." ,-..r'' -: the biggest April 6 starting at 10:30: pro. :
.t. TAMPA (ANP) A court t''r '* Phi Beta Ball chairman Linnell L. Dupree I
v': r fight loom over the estate estimated history is in and Claude R. nufflri, both of i
at $100,000 of Bishop Wll Tampa,' said orchid for this invitational .
IIp -I Ham Gray, 66, of the Sanctified,, 8, Gamma affair are being flown
p 7I Church of the Eastern State, annual gala from Hawaii. Music will be by AT
who died here last week. Hepburn the inltla. Downing and the Suneoast, Music
.1.1i of the state' Masters ,
Bishop Gray suffered a heart Grid undergraduate jJ,
leisure in a bathtub and died DTW ,1J"ll and April 7 will be highlighted witha I
shortly ofterwards. Everett Retires outstanding closed luncheon' | ) the Hurrl., ,
Ex-FAMU grid Digger and cane Room at St. Petersburg- q
Mrs Lena Snelling Gray who rett has retired Week celebra Clearwater International Airport.*
i 1 d claims to be the wife of tho Washington Abo attending the luncheon will|! ; II,
bishop said the wa preparing years, and be sister member of Zeta Beta
breakfast at the time. burna 1931 ", the gen. Sorority, .,
overall gala
Jfrs. tald the FAMU, has been ., 1,
Gray Bishop fraternity' Sunday April I t 3:30) Dm.

peat one week in Tampa and post.Hepburn, who O'Neal Digger, and Better Business Week, ".,.. .. +'
three "weeks?in Eat!* where be 1 assistant to Coach will head'' will be celebrated in Second' $0
managed seven rooming house* joining Bethel Baptist Church. Mr. Sut., .
at Carver High,
he ,.vowa He also own rental bered as a cool long to be re. on, tint vice president In charge
property In JAe.barr, mix room. while of construction. loan o: Allan I
er playing
tar hou e. In Lakeland and has Rattlers. ta', Citizens"'Bant and Trust Co.
lie set
.:. bank account la Leeaburc.a-a.d passing record will will be the keynoter. Ills ad. "

r Y i_.. Lakeland Una College in !" Wednesday dress will be in connection with :
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10 out of 11 the Bigger and Better Bnsineaa I ,
A eonerratlr estimate of his. ; Ant citywide .\
. Aldrich ifeak worth these going for I IJ Week theme. I
was placed la the neigh will be (..
barbaod of 1100,000. Hepburn i Edward of Two noted Sighs brother.. A.
Florida .111111 Though Mr*. and Served two )' I tiff is S. (Jake) Oalther of Tallahassee 1
Grayimmediate/ M an Army and Dr, Von Mlxell of Fort Lau.
ly claimed the Bishop' pink. discharge he derdale!, will be cited .Gaither.
HI. E. F. AldrIch, pioneer Miami 1961 Lincoln Continental sft* team at Lincoln affair will FAMU athletic director and bead
building contractor has been elect anticipate a fight over the rest before coming to I I annual Or- football coach, will I
get a special_
ed Grand Master o'' the Most Worshipful of his estate. award for being chosen as NCAA
Grand ,
MerMlaa and Lodge York- In less than 24 houn, she aid.<< "Coach of the Yiar" for small!t
Ancient Free. Accepted l lirmingham Food To I 1
Rite Masons of the State of a woman In New York and a Slops Needy chooJi. ne it the Art Negro to

Florida. At the Grand Communication daughter who teoehe school "It( Birmingham In a retaliation make It up somewhere. Birmingham achieve this coveted honor.
held in Gainesville in February Baltimore filed shims againstthe against a Negro boycott of downtown is the county's largest supporter Dr. Mlsell. known for his coo
former' Grand Master R. W. ;eatate. stores Birmingham city officials of the food program. fltant tight to secure equal right

Woods was made Grand Master There' bound to be a tight voted to withdraw support The boycott began about two for Negroes. will be eited for hi*
Emeritus. even though I am hi* wife," she of a countywide surplus food pro weeks ago after Negro leaden demanded outstanding conrlbutloa la the'
Mr. Aldrich has Just returned continued. gram: Ninety percent of those downtown merchant desegregate I, areas of race relations and civicenterprise.
: receiving the surplus food are Ne- .
Council restrooms
from the Grand Master hiring practice
and National Head Meeting at g7ce.Mayor and drinking fountains.
The meeting Arthur J. Hanes said: I
was Biloxi presided Mississippi.over by Hon. Milford Last Day to Register "We've got to nip this boycott in I. Birmingham, with a populationof ;;YOU DON'T UBGI3TER NOW
S, Vaughn National Grand Master I th*' bud." He says the city i IIi 340,000, i la about one.third Ne- I
Saturday April 7th and "we've to YOU CANT VOTK MAYr 8thRIIMi'
of St. Louis, Mo. i losing money, got gro.

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Repeat PerformanceBy NAACP Membership Drive

PAGE 2 SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1962 I Popular Demand ( Dinner Aon! 19The

-. 1- -Membership-CommltUj of go toward obtaining the tervic@t

the Miami Branch of of a secretary to work ltt the
will sponsor a dinner Thursday, office during the drive
April 19, at Ebenezer Methodist
Around MiamiBy Church, 1042 NW 3rd ave., at Donation to the kick Off >yt8.
.y 7 p.m, There will be a short pro. net will be $2.50 and tickets
explaining the alms be obtained from
gram may the foi.
. HY purpor:according es of the to NAACP Mrs. In Marian this ,lowing -people i Mrs. Verncli!! Al"
area, '
DAVE BONDU Muldrow, Membership Committee bury at the Afro-Amerlcan Lila

: chairman. Insurance Co., 840 NW 3rd ave,
11 phone FR 4-3615 Mrs.
; Marian
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Muldrow, phone PR 9.6055
THIS WEEK let's not be Sunday. Liberty Professional Beauticians -
Primus PL
Mrs. 8-6483
long-winded. Seems like I could I I Unit No. 55 is presenting ; Mrs.
'cut one column kinds short. We PRETTY GUlL of the Week: "From The Charleston to The Blllie Pitts, PR 3.5884, and
find there will be a few IhtaoE ,I Louise Martin (Bonded Rental, Twist in Fashion" at the beautiful John Barkley, NE 32198.
happening this weekend, like I Liberty City) : : : Pretty Buy Ml Club, 1900 NW 75th St.,
the Par and Birdie Club will entertain I I of The Week: Harry Smith Sunday, April 8, from 4 to 7
golfers from Tampa andJactsonvil'e. Man About Town: Archie Pin- p.m. with Miss Vivian White as Our Sunday afternoon matineesare
: After the day of der Ugly Boy of The Week: guett model. Mrs. Lucille West the most. Different! Every
golf, Baker's Famous Corner I Harry Paul (at his request) Is master of ceremony and Mrs. body lugs' a hall all will be the 19th bole where the i Happy couple of the Week: Jim Louise Riley, director. Donation til 7 p.m. Try It and see.
members of the club will host a and Ruthie Reeves. U 50 tables free. Satellite Lounge
NOTE DEPT: Ma 'me '... will 0223 N.W. 7th A\e.
small party for the visiting golfer QUICK > WHITE Proceeds from this dinner
s. gone oft again to Atlanta accora- MISS VIVIAN
panied by Dave Jr. Sam Rabin
Connie Farmer and his wife, Sir John wizzard has hired a ". .
Carolyn, will donate their band Negro manager. He's so hap,,) :4' ..
for the entertainment, while Chef about it, that he was doing the of!
Dewey Johnson, will prepare the Chic'cen: Scratch at the Knight tf&tTe: .-
vittles for the banquet. Beat Ernie Busker, who -'-
used to own the Palms In Hal-
Prizes will be given to the
landale is running for Congressin \
small band of golfers while trophies -
the 3rd district. He' pU a
will be awarded to the winners .
heap of friends in South Florida, I _
: of the Par and Birdie! Club.
Our de'peet regret to the
family of Papa Tree Top Tall :

THIS LASS ISOi! happy] | us He was well known throughout
Chickie Horne in a YMCA. He the entertainment circle.
had another sell out with Aiea- I SINCE HILL RIVERS nephew,
tha Fran:tlln last week.' Now he I I William, has taken over the Savoy : l o OOrnw@UJOOrnl (
has: gone and done it again with I Satellite, folks living out
Olivette Miller, a fabulous, from the downtown area are
beautiful swing harpist. Olivetteat making this spot the favorite
one time was with Larry meeting ,place in our town It rIDWI@OO
Stoele. Individuals in the show seems that night or day there's
will be the very funny Turner always something buzzing in this
Family, and Dobby Marshall as unique lounge. There's a N e w I
the nave M. C. and Frank Yorkteh type atmosphere that :
(Chicken Scratch) DuBolse and really make this house different. :
his Playboys supplying! the entertainment. The sensational Dottie and Mop -
) Dudley after seven consecutive
weeks still r
-- are captivating the
music lovers every nlte with
HI'HAKIXG AI1OU8 Bobby their out of this world musical i
Marshall, I'm very glad to hear moods. Last Sunday's Matinee
that his Amateur Show at tin with Phyllis Branch guesting
Modern Theatre ou Thursday was something else. Take a tip
nltea la such a great: hit with this spot has it and with that we |
really enjoy the participants on every golden minute of it.
:stag singing and dancing tor
r1zea. '

HAROLD KEMP, manager of TOOTHACHEDon't ,:
the Hampton House, made the
Big, Big step! for this week end. Jut from suffer throbbing nttdlmly.' piln lilt of speedy toothache ra .
He's got fantabulous Earl Grant with tilt Ktlni OR .JEL. Pi In
of America's toot In ttcondt. Guarantied
one most popular
or money back.All drug itorta m !
recording artists. Along with It.
Earl will be Bill Oaddy and his! THE i ,':-.
quartet. If you haven't made
reservation to see Earl Grant, ; '
ca'l! Manager Kemp. I'm sure ho'll '.,
make tables available for you. J ,
Guest HouseThe
Let him know ifou want the .
first show or the second show. house of clean room '.
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Open 24 hours NE 4-3851
With Earl Grant at the Hammond .
It may turn ou; to be poe' Seeing is Believing '"

sible to hold him over for another See us for clean rooms "
week if he can' make it. 2941 NW 47th St., Miami
However don't you dare miss this
Jamaica Dugie, always a
wonderful show at the Hampton, friend

House this Friday, Saturday or INDF


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:'tI\,,v 4 4t If the mystery shopper stops you, he will ask you a

question. You must answer his question correctly. If

may regis fu ; ; you have bought Carnation Evaporated Milk, and if

'r!.r you answer the question correctly, Carnation will pay
ter at the box office :r for all the groceries you purchased on that shopping

W'l r trip!

All ages, 6 to 60
s Who knows where the
mystery shopper will be next?

Who knows when he will select you-at your store!

If you can sing, act, There's a Carnation mystery shopper in your city-

dance> or take a chance your neighborhood-right now! EVAPORATED

Have Carnation in your shopping bag-the healthy

... ,.--.....-.--.. $, S family milk! The milk with extra Vitamin D to help
your children build sound teeth and bones.The richer, o INCarasEO i+o

thicker, creamier milk!n the red,and-white can. 1M'WOfJd'
., !Come on Chill'un"
BOBBY favorite evaporated milk, by far! "from Contented Cows""THE .

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Interracial Panel Answers Drive in Florida 1 1I I SATURDAY- APRIL 7, 1962 PAGE_ *

Detective Who Newsmen Head UF :
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Framed Woman In Good, Neighbors I',:
About Dade Negroes

Case Loses Two Miami newspaper executives -
Dope have been appointed to

Is the Integrated bus system anew I music throughout the forum will Weatan S. Emslle Jr., former head up United FundVs 'United
R trend in Dade County Thisis be furnished by two big chorusesof white Miami detective Tuesday Good Neighbors Division' It was.
one of the many Questions that B. T. Washington, Mrs. Lila,. lost his appeal from a Criminal announced Saturday by Jay Kls. I
may get good answers, at the one R. Williams. director, and North \toRev F Court sentence of three years in lak, 1962 campaign chairman 4
:\\11 King of Club Forums begin western, Arthur Evans, director prison for "framing" a Negro Klslak announced the appointment .
Sunday at St. John Institutional Baldwin Hepburn, as featured woman on a narcotics of Lester R Darnhill, general
'" Baptist Church, corner 3rd an.a soloist will eing "Spirit District Court of Appeal' af- advertising manager of The'
and 13th'et. The date is April 8 Flower" and a spiritual. The firmed Judge Den C Willard'sAug. Miami Herald as UON Division:
i and the time Is 3130 1 to 6:30 King of Clubs Wives Auxiliary, 21, 1961 decision without chairman and J, Luckttt Yawn,
p.ni. Mrs Melba James, president, comment or written opinion. Jr, general manager of The Miami '
The Interracial panel t will be will serve as hostesses. Judge Wlllard had sentenced News as assistant chairman.
made up of Henry L. nal ban, King of Clubs Forum beginson the woman, Eloise Johnson Jack Ir""
ice mayor of Miami, Mi's. Clliv- time. Organizations are In. son, 770 NW 50th Terr., to two United Good Neighbors Divisions
beth Vlrrick( advisory committee vited as special guests and should she.sold the officer's testimony solicits neighborhoods, pro..
to the Dept. of Neighborhood pass their flame into the hose marijuana at her gro fessional and employees of small
Rehabilitation; ,Otis James, man tesses as they enter. cery store 561 NW 7th It. Judge
businesses at their place of work.
ager of Afro American Inahranceand Members of the club are: Willard recalled the eentenoe
member New Savings! and Daniel Francis, president. Dr.I. after It developed officer "plant. ,
Loan Ass'n; II. Daniel Lang, dIrector P. Davis, W C cmcu ed" five sticks of marijuana In '
Urban League, and Rev. I. P. Davis, W. C Cogdell, Otis I E. D. Lewis, pastor of the tore before searching It. Drive Carefully!
Thedford Johnson, pastor of Si. James, Erneet Crowder, F.. W. the Holsey Temple CME ChurchIn -- -
John. Reynolds, J. C. Chandler, L. L. Tampa and president of the
They will speak on govern- Bibbs D. A. Julius, Attorney H. I Winter Haven Branch, NAACPhas \&Lf MIAMlFt
ment, housing, economics (ft Arrington, Dr. W. H. Murrell, I been named chairman of the HAMPTON tIQ) If, ,It" enli
nance), labor Industry and religion Carl Rhetta L. L. Richardson, 1962 Statewide membership "'., ftllt''
Rev. E. T. Graham will E. W. F. Stirrup, Ambry Davis, campaign for the NAACP In HOUSE MOTEL and VILLAS
serve as moderator. A 20-mlnute R. Denard, 0. J, Edwards, J, W. Florida.
question period will follow. Everett, H. H. Gill, Dr. H. H.
Rev. Lewis will help to raise twister.PHI aid has an....I WIlli frtn TIN
UTW AND NOKTWVESTERNCIIOIIUSES Green, Judge L. E. Thomaa, Den goal of 25,000 member In the tttfe.CMkMI Itmft .Ciftn" Hws Ml RiitMTMt
nltj Smith and from Fort Lau. a .. .
lie is appeal.Ing .CMnsttM Nan air CndltliMl nil PMUUN
TO SING derdale: Dr J. L. Baes, Dr Von slate for the year.
A 15.minute prelude and D. Mlzell and 0. W. Benton. to Individuals all organizations to aid ,the churchesand drive. <\ :#j WJEEK-JENDiJPICIAL I I

Persons Interested In working In 3 Days only I1195 a..e/.l.< :H' ?>
the etatewlde campaign may con. ..* Person,, rill iwa I..
Joe Louis' Sister To CORE Pickets tact him by writing to 705 E. at .. 2 9 htsPi e
Harrison St., Tampa, Fla., or -
Speak HereMrs. 163rd St. TheatreMembers calling the state office, Tampa 1 e 1 Please send mi more Informttlom

Eulalla narrow Bobo,. of CORE staged. 228-8619 branch office.or contact your local W f til $Wtt name "., .....,.,..,......... I
rirter of Joe Louis, former 40.minute demonstration Tues. FAMILY Address
"Our goal," Rev. Lewlt said, I I I I .r
heavyweight champion will speak day night; at the theater In the "*"
at Bayfront Auditorium Mon 163rd St. Shopping Center. "s a branch In every city in City''", State.t .' .J
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day, April 16, 8 p.m. Mrs. Bobo.a The Committee of Racial Florida.
member ,of the Local Spiritual Equality sent 30 Negroes to the ---
Assembly of the Bahals of Beverly box office to purchase tickets.
Hills, Cal, for the ,past eix When they were refused a revU,. ,:: Taste the sunny morning flavor of.:.. .
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years, has traveled extensively demonstrators formed a revolv. ,I
throughout the South, Includingher ing line which continued the re. FTC
native state of Alabama, to quests until the ticket window II:"/. '.
proclaim the oneness of man. closed for the night.

kind.While in this she will be It*: ';' i
area ::
the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dixie 'Park to chen I
Ohio Emnuelt3 Star Island, Celebrate

Miami Beach.Puerto Week, April Library 10 ell'

Rico Banks ,National Library Week,, will be ,
celebrated at the Dixie Park M{ "I'I ,"
Accused Of Race branch library on Tuesday, April 'I,
10. The public i. Invited to visit
BiasThe the library during the hours of ,'.
Legislature has been 7-9 pm. for a special tour of I
asked to check into alleged' discriminating facilities and an explanation of "HI, I'M SUNNY ,I :'f'I
practices by theifland's services. ''H'
banks. Youngsters of the communi I
A member of the Legislature ty will hold their celebration ata 'l For sunny cheer In added measure 'I'I"f
claims that banks here hire near Children's Tour on Thursday Just give-or serve-thls whisky treasure'
ly all whites, and have only few afternoon, April 12 from 4.5. I,taJ,1
colorrd in menial jobs. The library Is located at 360 l ; ryr "
Discrimination for race and re. NW 13th st.ANDREWS'. I w"" r

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exist quietly in a few industries ( iAAA\1 ;' I I'I
and In some private clubs.SUGGESTION I JEWELERS ,f'' I t! :I ;\,t,

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church does i h6 glvd
4 SATURDAY, APRIL*> t9 3 One of the criticisms is that the There !Ls consldenable =
enough services to and for young
HUT, validity in this accUsatiep! and t11IS is ah6W .In
facilities btir. tb:1rch' 11i1dlngsi'Vtth
the lack of ads .I.n :
Minna f1egrb fiq'c1 l buildings' of:the pn
: few ttxt : in
have. been desfgnfed primarily for worship, which, '.South '+of 54th St.

.: '";::;" .: -J-:: !. .. ..;::-:::'. :- .., ",r turn, Is l largely planned l for Adults.. No closing costs
r 1/ -jliLOmi ,}..,. ,.. tn the secbhu- place bur churches are said to be neg- No qualifying
IRS at 0740 N.W. lath AveneH-PhwM OX *..D421h3rttHttt Jecting the ,aged and infirm. Somehow the church has
kt ma K.W.: Third Ave., Miami Florida-FhoBe::KR':&'>t ", mad practically no provision for proper care and attention I'; ,* < $995 Down

r II. E. SIGISMUXD! nEKVES,, Editor and PnbhsbrtrOART1I of the' older people. Meeting the needs of the agedis New" custom built '3bed.
C. TtEBVK8, lanagtDI I dLt 1 -. going to become more of a problem in the"' future because I :room, 2 bath CBS. Built hi

Entered M Second Claw Matter, AttgtH',,D, 10 ',,sat,;,the> Pwst.Offlpe of our increased life span. Oven, range, walk in closets .
at Miami,, Florjda; ,'un /the act;of March fo 1878, 'i To be sure, money will be needed to assist,the churchin and utility room. Nur
T smwcmmosr RATES ,.' ). meeting the needs of the aged and the young.,We feel everything.
OM5 YEAR $5..oo.- SIX MONTHS $3.00 -_> ()flta'iaN ".00 that money is not the major :problem. The, l leaders and
members. of the Negro church simply need' to deeldS' $295 ..down 569 Me

HELP: OUR Y.M.C.A._ themselves ,i o erye... No closing i cpsU

This week Ye Editor wants to remind our readers and What many of our churches need to do is id bdlnbineand No qualifyingVery : ,

the public in general 'about an organization in our community merge into larger institutions capable of siipportin& nice 2-bedrodm 6n .;'
that is doing a pretty good job, but is not receiving decently a minister, and also financing an institutional program large .lot,With carpott..Total
the support it should from the general public. in the community.-Florida Sentinel Bulletin $8,350.

That organization is the Carver Branch of the Young :.or. ]oOQp $395 down $74 Mo

Glen's Christian Association. JUST BROWSIN'By ,
No doling edsti3bedrootn
Moses' Perry is the efficient executive secretary. He Paul R. Henry SAVE ; CBS.. J&louiied;

'has served i in this position for a period of ten years. \OC ....... ::-r ')0 porch, Oak floors FHA I",
Frank Ross is program director. There are 28 members on mortgage
'the :Board of Management, with Louis Portlock as chair- From Orlando comes news
that the pastor of Shiloh Baptist
211"'1.The Church who was active in help. DOLLARSBefore We have many fathers* Call t
very name YMCA of this organization shouldbe Ing to form a picket line against or visit .
sufficient to create interest. It is for the benefit of our a theatre in the Negro section
youth and while many of:them are'making use of it, there was grounds burned of hia In church.effigy on the you buy PL 7-8466

'are hundreds of others who should and are not doing so. Patrons 'of the theatre com Any new or used 283 NW 19th, Sh ,
Parents should encourage their children to join the plained that it Is rundown and jl; l ) ,

"Y" and enjoy the wholesome' ,recreation facilities pro- theatre more of and a rathous they want than something a- Car call

vided for ,them. done about it. NEW LIBERTY,CITY
The "Y" building is pretty well equipped. The program JIMCHRISTMAS" ,
In New York five parents of 'CO'OP APTS.Rent .
,pffers, summer camp-life, with swimming, boating, nine children object to a prayer '
canoeing, fishing, archery, soft ball, soccer, ping pong, recommended by New York's I with option to buy.
arts and crafts.: State Board of Regents for use Easy, terms. Model, open
in 'public schools of the \
There is a staff of experienced supervisors.The state. daily v
They have appealed to the Supreme '
greatest need is for your support. At the present Court to' ban. the prayer, JE ,1-0057 I 844 N.W. 70th Street 1
time there is a drive nearing its close. If correctly informed which reads: PL 1-5341 ,
"Almighty God, ....
the half-way mark of the goal which is $6,500 has edge our dependence we upon acknowl.Thee
not been reached. Certainly in a city the size of Miami and we beg Thy blessings upon \
that seems to be within easy reach, but we have got to us, our parents, our teachers and
go ,after it. Membes and interested workers are urged to our country."

make an all out effort :to reach this goal. Remember, too, the New use York of the state prayer courts did ruled not
that contributions to the Young Men's Christian Associa- violate the U. S. Constitution. !
tion :are deductible from your 1962 income tax.
Archbishop Joseph Francis
Then, too, your moral support is very important.For Rummell's order that Roman
the past four weeks on Sunday afternoons: the"r' Catholic school be desegregatedfrom K r y
the 1st to the 12th grades!
has presented special with interesting
programs in 10 parishes in New Orleans
topics and well known speakers. Dlooese has stirred up a hornet's
On March: 18, Dr. William Albaugh, phychologist, Dade nest
County Children's Home spoke on "The Roots of Delinquency A Catholic, Mrs. B. J. Gal-
Its Causes and Prevention" Attendancepoor. lot heads a segregation organization
called OT
"Save Our Nation,
Inc." protesting the order. ,
ys ; On,Mardi 25th, H. Daniel Lang, Executive Secretary Some segregationists called et d
'of: 'the Urfyan' League spoke on "Job Opportunities." At- to for the withdrawal church. of financial aid ,,l'
tendance poor. HAROLD JOLLJVETTB. Manage ..
: On.Atfril(1st, Charles North of North's Travel Bureau -, >.>
., BASE HAULERS .....!':;f ,'.
used :
= topic, "Travel" Places to See in South After the hall game, have yonrparty DELUXE DUPLEX '
Florida and the Caribbean. meet at the SATELLITE

The feature was a Travelogue with scenes from Jamaica Mid LOUNGE Sportsmen agree.. 1221 N.W. 50th Street
too will
Haiti, Bermuda, Dominican Republic, Barbados, howe has the you atmosphere- that for our Open
Sunday 2 to 6
Antigua, Port au-Prince, Trinidad. Also shown was a a good get together.Satellite p.m.
Torch of Friendship film. 0222 Lounge Not another one like it. Modern all large rooms,
N.W. 7th Ave
South Florida scenes included Miami's,.Seaquarium, centrally air conditioned and heated. Reduced
:Miami Beach, Hampton House, horse and dog race tracks I
and many other tourist attractions. AMATEUR NIGHT ,$6,000. Must be sold! Across from Manor Park. Fine

Mrs. Charles Williams,showed :colored picture, !slidesof Liberty Theater for professional offices, plus living quarters.
her European tour taking us to London, Paris, Ger- BEGINNING TUESDAY

many, Belgium, and other cities. APRIL 10 EDISON REALTY
An added feature was the music supplied by the
:Brownsville .Junior High School chorus, Charles Austin, If you sing, dance or act 175 NW 62nd St. PL 1-2441

director. Register at Box Office
t There was some improvement in attendance, but
still considered poor.
The last'of:these programs will take place on Sunday

afternoon, April 8 with Atty. Howard Dixon as speaker.His SALE SALE
topic will be, "Law For Laymen." SALE

"Join the Young Men's Christian Association in do- Marlane Fashions and Carol Bridal
ing so you will be helping the cause of juvenile delin- Shops
The Metro commissioners' 'named 26 Miamians I
to a citizens advisory committee for community improvement Sacrificed? at 'Below Manufacturer's eREA toNs

II Among well known civic workers on the committee Wedding Gowns and Coat
are Mrs. Elizabeth Virrick from the Coconut Grove Accessories Evening Wear I' . 9.95
. Slum Clearance Committee; Atty. Henry Arrington. Miami 19.95 Original Price to *W95
: Housing Authority; Preston Bird, councilman, Home- Original Price $26,5r95 Street Wear
I stead, and Dr. Elmer Ward, representing minority Others $119.95 to Original Price tO $6.49
r groups. At similar reductions 649.95Formal

! The committee will help inform community groups Wear . 12.95 White __ _
about urban renewal, neighborhood conservation! pro- Original Price to $79.95 furrier's Fox stoles at a fraction of

jects and work with :the cities, within Dade County.. FINE coat.

The Church And CriticismThe Sale at our Warehouse
121 N.E.
9th Street
Negro church is
receiving much criticism based
DAILY to .
upon the charge: that it is failing to meet the needs of S..UH.PACE : ., t.o Sunday .4-Como ply 101" beet e1edlona .

the people.



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SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1962 ; 5'I ;
snow" Untile Well '>on;

Duplex 17401742 I ;, rn.t dtslit fc.8hfr'the.SATELLITE our charming jrcftfir. frj :K: .' '.:.FO;RENT:k : '. I il

N.W. 50th Street Antl thr w'e like people, And FINEST t
peoide-.,like ,iitk.,Stop.b.. 1 BEDROOM APTS.Adults :: .
1oI" ,
2-bedrooms one bath each. :1 N.W,..'l.tJa.I .\" Only f n
.... .
: .;!. : : 5815 N.W. 12th Ave.

side Completely furnishedHardwood' DI9;d q Caretater Apt. 10 i

floors .' .large IIUITUUIT.Offlct ., IU t rAL. .: Indf
rlbI toif ---- -
} TrPt 1 eti
rooms (>'' I Fred JA j'A l.i HELP WANTED AD
r. OIL LONG'S sit;; .o
Owners Sacrifice IIW3'FK 8\V1.t 3;. aft. Boy wanted to help Dr.
; Call Broker 1174 Morris cut off the legs of

.. Big'um' '1ii beautiful girls at the Capi ,.
I MO.74136, Ball' tol Theatre on April 8 for IH-M

.. Coming Soon! SHOW.

EASTER BONNETS Annie C. Porter, Bessie---- -B.---Miller- -- _I--.L.: ...:___ __ ......

and Lucie Turner are getting an early jump in securing' I
No bowl fun
special to enjoyment .
their bonnets for the Easter Parade April 22. These three age
bonnets are the original creations: of Mrs. Porter. who is And relaxation for all.- Free insinuations
: quite busy at this time filling hat orders for Miami's .
smart social set--Johnson of Miami photo. Ml BOWLING. .

HOME OF THE'Entertainers

WARN: LAST .,I t Club
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TC '( 1900 N.W.75TH STREET

Crusade ,
for Voters o u
can 'twist' on In until p.m.
Saturday, April 1, How about Presents In The CELEBRITY ROOM
t you?, Help make our Drive a .
smashing success. We need you.
Twit on In, Chicken Scratchon
, In, walk on In, anyway you Jazzy Red's Floor Show
care togo Just take your cot.ton.plcklng Big
melt on in and be.
come a first class citizen. We're ,
, with you and you better believeit. ,, Held Over by Popular Demand

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e I the Activities week: for the remainder of tt' JO ANN COURCYThe

Saturday Last day for reg.
"i Lstra lon. { t '\ ,'Io1.Ir9I -

Saturday Fish fry and bar +.. "',
becue sponsored by the Crusaders ,Little One With The BIG VOICE
at 5182 NW 17th ave.
Fish conch fritter, ribs, chick.
en..Call OX 1-3361 for Information. ..
Hal Ferguson & .jg; Motes

Sunday Regular meeting of
l Crusaders for Voters, 5182 NW
\, 17th ave. The public It invited.

Plan OtU to attend.James!, chairman j w1IID i fLASH WILSON) and his Suprise Show & farewell Party

Milton Hardrtck,


Leon A. Hanna. eon of Mrs. BIG BLUE MONDAY PARTY
Angelina Hanna Wright, 1560, Royal l Crawl Hair Dreafoif for women.Deluu .
NW 66th St., died in Amarillo,
and 3Se
for meiUSc
Texas, March 27. He Is also survived (GIFTS GALORE ENTERTAINMENT
by his wife son, three ML CA11AlECESTSEWMCWORD I IIG
.later*, a brother and other relative .
*. Services were conducted in --- Reservation Call 696-551
the chapel April 2.

Willie T. McLeod of 3615
Thomas ave., died March 30. A
well known M Jam Ian for more
than 30 years, be is survived by
his wife, Beetle, mother, Henri.
etta, a son, daughter, four broth
era and a grandson. Service American Furniture & T.V.
were conducted Thursday at St.
Paul AME Church, Rev. T. C.
Kelly pastor and WM tent to
Vidalia, Oa., for final rites.

... dead'Lawrence in his home Jones 467, was NW found 8th 2300 N.W. 62ND STREET "." '' 't.' PHONE OX. '6-0919

St., March 31. Services were
conducted in the chapel at 11
a.m. April 5. Rev F. L. Smith,
officiating His survivor include Complete Rooms '
hU widow', Tommie, three broth.
ers and two isters. Burial in 3 '

Evergreen. of
Cozy ingot 2950 NW FURNITURE .:

65th .t.. dUd April 1. He leaves .
his widow', Elea e, eight sons : :.
two daughters two brothers, ,' And TELEVISIONS : :
three sisters. He wa sent to "
Macon, Oa., April 5 for final rites.

are 23rd Mrs.husband It.Thelma. died, Lee April Mills Andrew 3., Surviving 421, moth.NW NO MONEY DOWNr/ NO CREDIT NEEDED

er,,. Mrs. Elsie Mae WlllUmx;
three brothers and two sisters BEDROOM,. SUITES LIVING ROOM SUITES
Funeral. services will be conduct.
ed Monday 2 p.m. at Allen
Turner, pastor following which
she. will be sent to Willlston, In The Latest Styles Mon. Sat. 9:00 a.m.9OO p.m.
Fla. for Anal rites. She will be
on view in the chapel, from 1 I ,
p.m. Sunday. .

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N EVER CLOSED PrceiGecd/ thru/ April 7th, Welter's AG Store Only/

Grade A Georgia IB

Fryers 25c' Picnics 29:
Kin gans Bag LB

Sausage29c Bologna ,29CMANOR
Slab Bacon Ib 29' Ice Cream'' 2 for $1.00

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Corn Dixie Lily or Sea All Cut Green Beam
6 tor $1.00 $1.00 '
MCatSIIjI 5 IbsSunshine Garden

5 for $1.00 Sweet Peas. 5 for$..101No. .
Fruit Cocktail SUGAR, /
4 for $1.00.
4 for $1.00: SLICED OR HALVES :'
DIXIE LILYMeal or Grits 51b Bags 3 for $1.00 watermelons.;.' ::'<

5 Pounds 390 (With$7.50 Order) 59C to 99$': :"'J:,,:,::.

We Cash Payroll Checks Cold Beer At All Times Open 24 Hours A'\.:-' ;, '

; Pillsbury/// Sweet or Buttermilk

6590 lob.1t',!." Biscuits,.J, 3 for 251 1 i
APPLES :, 39! Pies 3 for $1.00


Dog Food :fo $1.00 EGGS 3 doz $1.00COMPLETE .

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EGG HUNT :: Mention

A countywide Citizens Cotff- Major Cora L. Tucker of Co.
z mittee will hold its first organl"
L> lutnbia, 3: C., a' member of the
zational meeting this Sunday, .
I U.' S. Army Nurse:Corps, etatloned -
i r.rl r April 8 at 4 p.m. at the Carver .
i n at Ft. Jackson, S. C., arrived.
Y.MCA, 58th st. and 15th ave., Miami
In on Wednesday along
tr to formulate' ,plans for a county with L\.. Agnes. Rolle ot Miami,
.wide" Easter Egg Hunt and Roll another} .member of the Army
at Manor Park on Easter Day. Nurse Corps, on leave from their
Thin will be' for all of the child- r.e'gular'dutles'. While in Miami.
ren of-Dade County and will be. Major Tucker Is the house guest
tree. of,Lt. Roll at ,1527 NW 5th
fig place. Major Tucker Is the Head
This la a custom that is richIn nurse of the Obstetrical Serviceat N4y.; ,
tradition whose heritage dates' Ft. Jackson.. This is the Ma.
back to 1878 when Rutherford jor's first visit to Miami and al
B. Hayes our 19th President, ready she is boasting of an enjoyable
originated the first White House stay In this city. The.two
Easter Egg Hunt and Roll. Todayno nurses plan to remain for about
event during the Easter Sea. two weeks.

son surpasses the famed rolland ..... .
I .d. 1 n. 1
y K r x F hunt on the lawn of the
White House. This event was
continued until 1942 when it Orchid Dell Florist,
was suspended until 1953. Todayas KEEP' ''

Easter Sunday approaches 1481 N.W. 27th Ave.
children in Washington, anxious.ly .
and eagerly await the openingof JOHN GILBERTYour
the gates that once again NE 4-8697
signify it's hunting time on the
White House lawn. SPECIAL DESIGNS Constable

The public ia cordially invited
to attend this meeting and CREATEDFree Continued dignity in public
help make Dade County's first
....--- I egg roll and hunt a ..success.
Delivery office. A vote for John Gilbert .
Sarah D. Belle, Deputy uallstic procedure the various I Please remember and plan to
attend. Place: Carver YMCA,
Imperial. Empress of the
Dramatic' Order of Princesses of Votaries got acquainted and of.. April 8, 4 !p.nt. -- -.1 I is a vote for good gov
fared remarks on the occasion.Among
Omar of the Knights of Pythiasof
the State of Florida, visited the Votaries were Atty.R. Charles Hadley, chairman}" Drive Carefully! ernment.
Garth Reeves in charge of -
Tallahassee on March 11. The L. Williams, Deputy Imperial reifreshments
Empress was accompanied by Potentate in charge of the Omar and Milton Hardrick. L ,
her husband, Votary Walter L. Department in Florida, and Otis is program director.
Belle, Deputy Imperial Potentate Williams, Chancellor Commanderof
of the Knights of Pythias of Fla. Charles Summer No. 24. Lincoln Fields Apartments

The Bel'ea; met a number of The Belles reported a very
Calanthes' and set up Tent No.2ot pleasant stay 1n Tallahassee and Tranmeflemorio/ /
the Prlnceissc! of Omar of extend special thanks to Mrs. N.W. 62nd Street
this state, with Mrs. Mary Baker Baker and family where they
as the leader,.;Following the Tit.I I f stopped Real l Estate School ,e.e. .. .....
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Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean'ApartmentsOttering
Now enrolling: for classes.
beginning[ Many Feature. ,
1962 -
Tea SundayThe SAVE! Dade County's and, Florida's first Refrigerator .. gas 'stove Tile bathroom !

EASY TERMS Race Real Estate School. Compe. Venetian Blinds
Newly painted
Day Care Committee of tent instructors added '" \
James E. Scott Community As Free estimates if broughtin to enrollment needs. according Laundry Rooms :** "r.?* j

sociation cordially I invites the I Invest In a career for a life time Auto. hot water heater Washing( Machines
public to attend a Musical Tea Call 759-5221 for informa-
Sunday, April 8 at Liberty For home service tion Filtered water Free Parking i
CE 5-4246 evenings "
Square auditorium, 6304 NW
14th ave. from 4 to 6 p.m. The Call 696-3581 Mrs. Ora D. Taylor, President. Free Garbage DisposalCARETAKERS
Northwestern Senior High School instructor and owner.
chorus, Arthur Evans, director, 2636 N.W. 62nd St. 4208 N.W. 7th Ave. 'ON PREMISES,

will be featured guest artists. Opposite Stevens Miami 37, Fla. e e ._

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THE MIAMI TIMES ,- MIAMI, FLORIDA, for the Miami Time tor. 16
years??? l'
1 ,

..-..-,.--- The Advertising Federation of
E. r: ;America II sponsoring. Its 16th:
annual National Ulh School

TO'A' : E,,,.,. ; CE WMBM NEWS Education North Contest.Dade schools Northwesternand are par-,
'""" .. tlcipatlng, under the ,
8 sponsor.
APRIL: : : :: ', of Radio Station WMBM.. '
I know,.you people are listening .
April 8 Is "C-. ; D A 4 e to 1490, on the dial where We moved on Tuesday to the
'. A. local. force: of
Coun ) radio station WMBM Is' broadcasting new home of WMBM. Boxes
hundreds of meJ1..8nd women will crates, records, files, disc Joe.
1 be part of A nationwide! army of I in H style, twenty.four keys secretaries talesmen, traf
more than two :million volunteers hours a day you'll hear pro. fie manager, executive director,
who will ,launch the 'American grams to'( please you, rhythm and and bosses all moved to Ml.
Cancer Soc1 tY'8' annual April blues, rock and roll gospels and ami Beach. ,
Crusade. ,plenty of 'new. Radio station :4F
for "' WMBM ':1* How{ 'a full time station We welcoiua.tojue start, China
"C' 'stand ,"Conquer. where'! the commentators Valles, who will fatr "His" Show
Cancer, ,explained Mr; Nathan. and disc jockeya are the best in from midnight to 5, a.m. Jazz b
lei Colston,' residential chairman all the 'nation. So, thanks for sounds. '
for several "Dade Couhty districts
listening to our show. We've got
for 1962. "All over tbecountry the best on radio. On WMBM, WMBM, new schedule:
volunteers for the Miami, 1490 on the dial. Rev. Ira McCall 5$ a.m. -
American Cancer Society will
call on friend.and neighborswith > Ed 7-9 Cook!p.m.,- 810 1.$
a.m. 0-
'the .doubl -barelled obJective Linda Hopkins, who Is appearing Butterball 10:30: a.in.l'p.m..
of saving lives now as wellas at a. local club In town wasa -3:30-6: p.m. iAihf
in- the future.: Please remem most interesting guest on the Fred Hanna 6-7 pm.-9-12
ber, when 8omeon'comes to your Ed 'Cook show. pm.
door. they endeavoring/ to
China Valles 12 mtdnlte tillS
do something worthwhile. Your
and generally will be Did you know that Elliott J. a.m.Elliott
courtesy Pieze 7:50 1: a.m. and
Pieze has been radio
: a news
appreciated. ,
caster for 11 years, staff writer 5:30: p.m. +jE
"This year," continued Mrs. and advertising representativeyou. the :
Colston, we have been fortu Tre spotlight of week: DQ.I.Ian -
nate to have the help of many I tine Beer
Until next week-WMBM-BC
wonderful people. But, please remember, all
ancer patients die if they don't I
Helping Mrs. Colston, as area
get: help. Even today, with tho
Mrs. William Stir
chairmen are work that has alreay been ac. Contest Time
rup of Coconut Grove: Mrs. Rob. compllshed 32 percent of those! AT NIGHT Iff; ,NASSAU ft
Clark, Mrs. Eta Mitchell, and :
ert Mrs. Naomi Lawrence of Central who die from cancer in 1962 Who will be Jr. Mr. Miami NASSAU CLYDE KILLENS is all ready for hts

Miami, Mrs.:' Howell of Drowns. will vances die in cancer needlessly.education The andresearch' ad. physique winner for 1962 annual Night In Nassau, which comes off on Sunday night,
villa Mrs. William Hanna of will not reach them In Time, Saturday, May 26,
Liberty City, Mrs. Dorothy Les April 15, at the Harlem Square Club. Pictured above U
time. On the other hand, as dev 8:30 .
ter, of Perrlne Mrs. Inez Fryson' tA&tatingtabcer is, it is the p.m.CARPENTERS Sammy McKinney, one of the happy dancers at one of
of Opa Locka, Mrs. JameS Henry UNION in Nassau attractions doing his stuff; I
and Mrs. most curable: of all diseases if the recent Night : ,
C.,M.Richmond Minter. ,Hakah.Mrs. Heights, (I' treated in time. Please think HALL Killens is expecting the biggest and finest affair he has
of.th 2839 NW 46th St.
tremendous good
carefully ever sponsored in his series of successful Nights in Nas
Colston concluded, "There your donation can' do and act To enter contest contact
requests for generously when the American sau. Admission $1.50 advance $175; at the door, and for
are many Locka Health Club
money. The organization to Cancer Society volunteer with a Opa table reservations you may lee Nassau Clyde or Lucky
which you direct your donationsis badge knocks on your door thisSunda 1995 NW 152nd St. at the Knight Beat-FR 33381.
a choice that. is. left strictly. .to ..," Or call! MU 1-3667 I .
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Walter Winchell of

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,r ,',4.v A virtuoso at the same time warm
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Queen of the Harp ,.? 1 r a woman. '

In three delightful evenings of mirth 'i}1'' "1 1i x ;

and melody. I i *
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TONITE ( Variety: \

TOMORROW # She can belt a song with the. 'best' .

of them. Beautifully attired and a

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& SUNDAY numbers, scoring best with her' '

"Just In Time" and her begoff,.

APRIL 6, 7 & 7 "Imilou!' <- .-.*

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His Talented Family Adm. Fri. and Sun. 1.50'

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CLYDE KILLENS WFAB and tit. Knight Beat "
and sponsored ., "
The Miami News
Sponsored by '
Fabulous Prizes Contest open ,to all amateurs a

CHAMPIONSHIPS 21 or over \ \

1 1962 Get Entry Blank at The "* ',

Miami Beach Convention Hall.- OTHER 'PRIZES KNIGHT BEAT .;( I

Preliminary Contest 18 All-expense trips to Jamaica i ta r'" .' DANCE CATEGORIES :>t 1

and 13 Paul Personal Appearances at Famous ; Cha-cha Rhuraba Peabody Twist]
At Knight Beat April Beach Hotels Tango Polka Walt Jitterbug:. "

Semi Final April 20 Beautiful Trophies Many others Fox Trot + ''




League Receives CAPITOL I PAGE 10 SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1962

$215,000 For Youth Program ...: :::-- ..:; --... -.:;-.:;: -::';-:;'-..;: .. ..:.... '...;... ... ...;;- -:.: ;.. ..; ,

Carnegie Grant For Youth ( .

-ST. LOUIS- The National crimination stifling the aspirations : TheatreSAT. ri'

Urban League has received a I of a myriad of young Ne- U

$216,000 foundation grant from ;roes in America today. I MIDNITE
the Carnegie Corporation of New John Gardner, Carnegie presl- OX 1.7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St.
used over the next
York to be ent, out that the funds
the SUN. APRIL 8
live years for strengthening ....- .
League's: youth incentives protram ere given for the U r ban
; of educational motivationuuu ..eague's expanded program, FIRST MIAMI SHOWING
guidance for Negro youth. .fith its emphasis on tin organ-
I nation's coming to grips with r .
The announcement was made he challenges posed by today' F -1
tins week at a press conference .hanged ways of life. lIe noted
lieid:: in connection with the cat the corporation has in the
topung meeting of the League's ant supported a number of pro.
w"aru of Trustees at the Statler. ,rams to assist rhadvantage: g r NT'TRwuc _
....1.on hotel here. outh. msoa mow
commenting on the grant. "Such need "
In youngsters help, I :
Whitney M. Young, Jr., the ie said. "They need jobs. They _
League's national executive <11. teed advice They need to be aid..d YU 2 STAGE SHOWS I
lector, described its far-reaching to think constructlvly about
sigmiisance to the nation and heir own abilities and limita- IN PERSON.FHATCRAZY '
termed it "of Incalculable Im ions, about job opportunities
portance toward dissolving the ind about ther further learning

barring of indifference and dis- and growth." I i $

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Among the many problems we j B:

face In this advanced but d1ee. t"I
turbed age 1& automation, that ,y I i ia ik
"ogre" which Is expected to eliminate r r.r..w-..r..w
the livelihood of man y I

ptople.This is the same problemon Monday, April 16, is a specialate I
a much larger scale that folks
on the calendar this year,
faced in the industrial revolu. :
tion of the 1800s when steam :Mward J. Blonston, manager of s 4 :
was harnessed to do much of th he Miami North Social Security I x n NMI;
world's work. 'fflce, said today. Since the l&th
I .
Despite the fears of unemployment tomes on Sunday, self-employed .
that era Initiated the great jersona have an extra day to file
progress we have today. Naturally ax returns along with their -I
some suffered in the readjustments deral income tax and report' + .( _
to that tremendous un'. he earnings for social security .
heaval. Had tho people been 'his report must be made, Mr. / '
prepared' for it, most of the auf.tering Ilonston said, if the self-employ. METRO.COIDWYN.M YER I
would have been avoided. + .I.INTI
)d person had a net \profit of 1
;1400 or more in his business in
This is our problem today fonder EVA MARIE
961. Tre self-employed' tax
readjustment and we shouldbe ; *
imounts to 4% percent on the \ Urrifylng
mature enough to recognize It
let profit. All such reports shoulde story ofboy't
and act upon it before automa SAINT
mailed to the Direetor of Internal .
tion really takes over. The solu. _
Revenue, Jacksonville March tor
tion is in education, preparingthe Fla. manhoodand
unskilled for the skills need MIXED.UPDB. -
ed to operate the machinery Mr. Dlonston said that by fil. woman'sfor
which will, if properly operated, ng timely and correct reports HOBBISwd deslr. .-
bring us greater prosperity thanwe i person can build for himself HIS WEED FATTY
have ever known. ind his family valuable prater- lovtl
ion under social #
Already there Is a shortage of
qua'ifled personnel for automa. He also stated that each selfjnxployed KARL "
tion. Remember, the machinery tax payer would be EXCITING
man has created needs the guidance sure to put his social security ADULTENIERTAIt1MENTl
of its creator, even as we .lumber on his tax return to Inure t MALDEN
nerd the guidance of our Creator ; getting proper credit.
This is the key to our solutionWe
must. train all without prejudice The Social Security Office ser
without regard for inslg. 'Icing this area is located at 234
nlflcent outward differences suchas 4E 79th .t. Mr. Blonston invites
color or creed, to develop the hose who have questions about
best possible talent for the skll. his, or other social security
led work that must be done. nattersto get In touch with his
This will prepare us for that fflce.
rapidly developing material
world that is emerging and which
under the guidance of man't i 1t I 1\ '
Creator through love and cooperation Big Omega
will Integrate us in "
every way. This will enable, all Cabaret Ball SEE A trsTrtMgGIANT
to enjpy the fruits of automation PIERS
in the' golden age which Is now t ANGELA LANSBURY
dawning. Coming; Soon! S4 YOUtt SCARED Be I
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idets Assignedallahassee Dramatic Festival Opa Locka And SATURDAY APRIL 7, 1962 PAGE.11. ". IiI4111144

The Itesenre TimeA. Liberty CityTom
leers Training Corps of Flor. } i1L j11.41dlidlijljdLiillLLLi.Liyid&1h1 I
C. E.
A and M University announc. presents annual .spring Sasso, candidate for
22 senior ROTC cadets have Dramatic Festival. Elementary County Commissioner!' District 2,
[eived army branch assign! schools In three area will take announced the opening of a new PRIDE HOMES Inc..
part in elimination ,
nts. contest in campaign offices 7411 Fisherman
hese seniors have been in. order Dramatic to quality for the ACE St., Opa Locks, under the dl.
umental in the effective funct. Festival. The performances rectlon of Edward Harrison and
ling of the Cadet Battle Group dies chock will Include light come another office in Liberty City,
full of exciting fun at 6711 NW 16th with
FAMU The commander of the ave.
and hilarious .
laughter or captivating Louis Duncombe in chargo. Immediate
oup is Cadet Col. Roland Ca. drama .
filled with suspense plans call for additional
y of Miami. The deputy cominder and surprises.Eliminations .
is Cadet Lt. Col. Eddie campaign headquarters in Hia.
Thorn of Tampa. and the will be held April leah, Carol City and other heav
\ecutive officer Is Cadet Lt. 6 at Goulds Elementary, Area ily populated residential com
01. Glover O'Hara L. Johnsonf C April 11 at Bunche Park munlties. I
Eustls. Elementary, Area B April 12 "I want to meet the good k II I
Miami cadets who received as. at Douglas Elementary, Arear A, people in these areas ,personally," s I,;
gnments were: Roland Carey 7:30: p.m. The finals will be held stated Saseo. "I want to study .
mory C. Collier, Eugene F. at Douglas Elementary, Area A, their problems across the table ,
cott.armor, Walter Markham The judges for the festival are from them and these new head.
ifantry. Mrs. Lona Simmons, English in quarters. will help me accomplish J
structor at Northwestern High "person to.person work." ,"
School, Mr. Robert Ford Jr., "In addition' continued Sas.
irths at Christian librarian at Doneey Jr., High, so, each office will act as a
and an outstanding secret Judge. public information center where
Ford, Jr., librarian assistant at citizens interested in good government -
[ospitalRosa Dorsey Jr. High. can learn the facts and I LET US BUILD THIS HOME
I at the same time contribute their
Parker boy, March 26. Mrs. Grady L. Dinklns is president effort toward what they be.
Dorothy Dancy, girl, March 26. of ACE, Mrs. Lela P. Boone lleve." FOR YOU!
is chairman of dramatic festival.
orothy Campus girl March
16. We will build on your,lot or find you a lot
Marjory Tyler, girl, March 28.
Areatha Dean, still born boy Tuskegee Alumni Notice under fictitious name law From $6,500NO
(March 26. Notice is hereby given that
June Williams, boy March 27. the undersigned desiring to en.
Roselyn Moncur girl, March Chapter MeetsThe gage titlous in business under the flc. I, CLOSING COSTS
name of Fleetwood Motors
30. Tuskegee Alumni Chapter i 842 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami, Fla.,
Rosemarie Wallace, girl March Duets at the home of Mrs Intends to register the said name ONLY i MORTGAGE'I
31.Ida Blanche Dean at 5101 NW 10thSt. with the Clerk of Circuit Court I
Mae Balwln, girl, March on Saturday April 4 at 8 of Dade County, Fla. MODELS I
31. p.m. The last meeting was en.teresting Clifford J. Sanders, owner
Dorothy Orr April 2, girl. and much good was ac April 7, 14, 21, 28 6345 N.W. 27th Ave. Phone OX 1-4745
Mary Jenkins, girl, April 1. complished. Inquire about "A 13777 S. Dixie Highway Phone CE 54843
Carol Holllnger, twin boys, Trip, to Nassau" to be awardedat
April, 1.Emma. the June meeting. Announcement BROWARb COUNTY

Williams, boy, April 2. All former graduates and atu. Paradise Chapter No. 117 OES LU 1-4222
Jimmie 874 S.W. 40th Ave. (State Rd. 7)
Lee Jones boy, April 2.. dents of Tuskegee are requestedto presents a Spring Tea' Sunday,
attend these regular monthly April 8,. 3 p.m. at 3096 NW 57th .
meetings including those being st. Donation SO cents. Elouise
LOST AND FOUND AD held throughout the coming : Drown, W. M., Roselle Robinson, Got Something to Sell? 7 ? Try a Times Classified AdSSSSZS
Lost or strayed giant 3 W. P.
a summer months.
ft. spider. If seen, We need all members to help ...............&...............&..._...u. .h'.. u..__ u.... .h.uU.............. ......................&.........................................,.... .:..:.:..: .. ., .,:!:.. ., ,;:;.. ...t'i..1: ;
swamp ---- -- -
please notify the Capitol growth.plan a program Mrs. Dean for proved continuous such \V... :!i..::;!:i...;:!;:..::;!:i.,,:;:., .,::;!i.:, .. ,,:::,, ., .. ,,:E..=f... .If... ..:i:., ..:::, ,, Cwt&iSaiSBMWtiWWSWn ..x

Theatre. Do not try to cap a gracious hostess that we invited .
ture, as this thing is ourselves with her consent to
dangerous. come 14.AMERICA'S, back for our meeting April WAREHOUSE SALE tt'


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Admission 500 j
ji m "Miami' Oldest :

.1 DAILY DOUBLE' i i i H$ 120 N.W. 25TH STREET ;

First and Second Races_ i

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12 SATURDAY I 33701(' 'FroW' Ave., Coconut 'Grove,
APRIL 7, 1962 In Loving Memory of Our In Sad but Loving Memory of Our diedjsApMI '4 3tCedars.of Lebanon'

--. Beloved Mother Dear Daughter, Mother and SisterMRS. JlosJ l't. .f. 5he> is survived by her

-T ""' 1IIIK I husband;;" L. G.{; two 'daugh-\:
ters.'Htoberta 'Hodge and Maggie

CARDS mmm MEMORIALS A>, Hodge; and' other relatives and ,
friends. Funeral services will be

--T..... held Monday at St. John AMEChurch -
-- -. : ,Rev. Collins officiating

I' ,. son of Leroy Whipple
... youPETER In Loving Memory of and Elizabeth, of 1837 N.W. 60th
Our Husband and Father aw 'ra St, died April 4 at his parent's
; c a
y Funeral services will
.: : : P : w '. be held today, April 6
:7":.;, :: tf : < i .. .6 2:00 p.m.
j in the
+ Range Funeral Home Cha
1 hg1E' pel. Interment will follow in Ever-

green Memorial Cemetery; ':


4 'a., S ev; # Francis .

n -a
tb4Id N.W. 9th''St: Apt. 12, died at his
; r : A home on'''::March 27. Funeral services

were held at Francis Fu.

neral Home Chapel on Monday,
i April 2, at 230 with ,.
: .om n v
.. ... .. Brown
-- =
---- officiating.;
,.. ').' MRS. DIANA CASH EDITH S.. ROBINSON elude his wife, Lois six in
L4 who who
a < departed this life departed this life
y{i Audrey Lee Loretta
'; ,) April 2, 1946 April 8, 1961 Patricia
Ann, Shirley
I Y ... Sweet are the memories that Gone but not Marion, land
r' never Elease
may brother
.. : ... she ; one ; Boyse; two
\ "tJ ,, .. ".,.':.,. fade, rest in peace. sisters
R .. :,4 .". Of one we love, but could never MR. and MRS., ARTHUR

.,......... ,v..,..,":"'."'' ..,.';. f."'."."Ij ;of;:!; ''. r A save loving, smile and a happy face, PARNELLA BROWN, Parents and AUDREY; year-old JAMES EDWARD son of Mr.BROWN and Mrs., .two-Jacob

: v Broken link we can never replace. SMITH Daughters; Brown, of 329 N.W. 22nd St.,
-- : '
BETHELwho < "" "< Always in our hearts. MR. SHEPPARD BROWN, Apt. 208 died at Jackson Memorial '
,t. 1 )r ..
departed this life April 3, K M" : THE FAMILY Brother: Hospital! on April 2. Funeral
__: ...:., .: MRS. services
1961 Y' "" 'vW"" '''''''''' '' 'W' v "W LILLIE R. BELL, were held at Francis Funeral -'

"No heart can tell REV. CLEVELAND WOODSIDEwho CARD OF THANKSThe I Sister. I Home Chapel on Friday.
Nor tongue, nor pencil can BABY BOY DEAN, of 3051: N.W.
show, departed' this life Family of the Late 44th St, died at Christian Hospi-
How much we miss you, April 10, 1953 MRS. GEORGETTE CAMPBELL CARD OF THANKS tat on March 26. Graveside ser
None but ,his loved ones know. Gone but not forgotten, we shall take this method to thank 'tthe vices were field on April 2.
Till we meet to part no more neet him, when eternal ages roll 1 many friends for'the beautiful The family of the late, .'

Muriel Dethel, wife MRS. ELIZA WOODSIDE, floral pie ;s, telegrams, cards of I MRS. MARIE CULPEPPER
Rodney Bethel and Wife; sympathy that were presented at who de-parted this life Febru Richardson .
CHILDREN and the ary 21; take this method 1.1
Charles Evans sons recent passing. of their loved to ex
Anna McPhee, daughter GRANDCHILDREN.IN I press our sincere thanks and ape JAMES RIVERS, of 336 NW.17th
Mother and sisters one.Especially do the family want I $'reclatloD.for. ,the many kind St., died at Jackson Hospital on
to thank her doctors who gave the gestures of sympathy shown iw March 30. He leaves to mourn, a
MEMORIAM best of medical attention. Dr. during our hour of bereavement. niece, Mrs. Helen S. Bennett of

IN MEMORIAMIn Samuel M. Plotnik, and Dr. N: 1 Leroy, Culpejxper,.-husband Jacksonville, and many friends in

In Memory of Our Dear SisterBULAJI Stuart_ Gilbert also their pastor t Cora Roundtree: mother Miami._ .L_ _,Funeral. services___ were held
Memory of Our Loving Mother .i(ev. J. Benjamin Blacknell for m ,me cnapei on Wednesday April .
MRS. AMELIA KEMP the consoling eulogy that was de I 4, at 2.30 pm. with Rev.. 0, E;
who departed this life livered. s, Turner officiating. .

April 8, 1961 A place is vacant in our hearts DEATHS, EDRJ}*GREEN
Gone of 1626
but not forgotten. and home N.W,
MRS. BLONEVA BLACK and Yg .f That never can be filled, and only 5th' Pl., died on April 3 at:; Jackson -
MISS STELLA MAE KEMP, 4 heaven can heal; He leaves to mourn
a wife
Daughters; i No one can know how our hearts Rosa. Funeral services
MR. CHARLES KEMP, Son have bled; Range '1'I' I were held at the Chapel on Fri.
day, April 6, at 2:00
A precious from : pjn with Rev
voice we loved is still us is; .gone, a SETII MCNEIL of 1456 N.W eotn 0. E. Turner officiating.
CARD Sadly missed St., died March 30 at Jackson Me
by her
morial CULMER, of Key West
Husband, Brothers Hospital He is survived I ,
Family of the Late 4' the family. the rest of by his wife, Cora Black; a daugh tal Fla.in died Coral at the Veterans Hospi

..MR JOHN HENRY BROWN MRS.Sister WILLIE; LEE JOHNSON,' ter William, Mrs. and Cora Eural Spann'McNeil; two brothers; a sis, and 1062. ,He lea\TSf-tfeurn GaMta on March a wife 31,, .

who expired March 11 GEORGE ter, Mrs. Lou Carter. Remains relatives and'fif&ds: in the
and FRANK SCOTT Husband; were sent to Headland, Alabama. Key West area The body of Mr.
MR. RALPH HART GEORGE McIVER, Brother, for final rites and burial. Culmer will b* taken to Key West,
Brother. where funeral
who services will be
expired March 20
are desirous of having their ERNEST SIMS, of 15143 N.W. held on Saturday, April 7,
you GARD OF THANKS Railroad Dr., Opalocka,, died
many friends and neighbors, know MRS. SARAH SMITH .
April 1 at Magnolia of 1410'E
that H
words the deep cannot adequately express 3a The_ Family. of the Late !is survived by his wife. Ella Mao- NW. 1st. Are, Apt 1. died- at
appreciation for all L two sons, jacKSon Hospital on April 4. She"
Robert and Lloydtwo
the kind acts and deeds ; I leaves
them in their hours of rendered: .1 daughters, Mrs.. ,Azilee Johnson ter to mourn a husband, Wai-
sorrow and ; two daughters
mad Mrs
Mrs. Cora
Gladys' Jenkins Mar.
a b
The ; cotin
cards telegrams and Mrs.
ther, Dave; a"siSter, Mrs. Janie Viola Jones; a son,
floral other
pieces, and Willie
of ex SCOTT roc" Bell; a daughter.in.law, Myrtle; Henry; one sister Mrs. Delia

numerous to mention individually who passed away March 31, 1956 grandchildren, Funeral daughterinlaw ;
% will
here, but may you remember that We loved her but God loved her wA i be held Saturday, ,April 7, sister-in-law ;
they will forever best. I lOO: p.m. in the Range Funeral tin Mrs. Ella Mae Mar.
remain in our dome ; 11 grandchildren
hearts with MAMIE Chapel. Interment will folfow six great
gratefulness. To Rev. Sister; in Evergreen grandchildren. Funeral
Brantlcy and Rev. Sawyer, as well BERTHA ROBINSON, Sister; tery. Memorial Ceme ments for Mrs. Smith arrange
are incom '
as the entire membership of the MAUDE JACKSON, Sister. plete.

Creator! Israel Bethel P. B. Church, IARVEY HUGHES, of 2147 N.W:
and to the House of Albert, a very JOth Ten, and Minister

special of 'you.. thanks. May God bless all IN Sad but MEMORIAMIn ,I for Church several of Christ years,in died Carvers April Rancn First 2 Anis t I Manker .

TilE FAMILY. Loving Memory of Stevenson
residence He is su ivCdby Batton of 116000
My Dear Husband his wife, Almarinei SW Met st, Richmond

,. ....... Mrs Gloria Sims; three daughter, died April 2. He la Height
: brothers survived
IN MEMORIAMIn d 1 Wllbert, Henry and wife Mary a
Cicero Lee three
: rolfl. ", ; a sister sister,
Sad but ...("" Mrs. Eula Anderson; three Mary Donner, Sally Mobl y and
Loving Memory of Jt4. Alma
> grandchildren. Batton
4-.1 Funeral two
Our Dear ?: ;" '1 services brothers, Jim,
Father .
and will and
Brother 1. y be held Saturday, April OlHe two children,
5f 7, Margaret
tb.to ." ... / tOO: p.m., First Church of Christ Lee ind James Datton.
Jr '.fi.: ;i .)f in Carvers Ranch. Brother Hughes :Ret1 It; be held Saturday at .
U cow in 5 '
\ _.._ ;;t. repose at Range Funeral t St. Luke... Baptist '
_. Home and CitC1i'1th'! I Ayr.
ttr Asa "-mti**?"' fc Mh'itmimJB will be in repose at his Rev; P. "'w\ Wil ; "
a k WILFRED A. THOMPSON, residence 'from 6:00: p.m. Friday Llamas officiating The body will.
'vho departed this life on January until time; of the service. be tent to the Riffga Funeral

: 7, 1962, wishes to express their GEORGE Home la Fitzgerald, Oa., for
t sincere thanks and appreciation to S.W. BROWN, of 14640 final rites.
heir many friends and well.wish- 106th Ct, died April 3 at
t tl ors, for all expressions and acts of Jackson Memorial Hospital. He is Joe B. Jones of 853 SW 7th Jt.
kindnesses rendered during their survived by a son,' Willard; two Homestead, died March 26. He la .
recent bereavement. daughters, Mrs. Albertha B. John. survived by a daughter
u y"xti r 1 r r' To those who called, to those of son and Dorothy; a brother Prince Lee, a slater Gladys Mae Wakes .
who York; a daughter. Parrott, Ga. The
offered prayers, sent cards, Janet in law, body w a I
telegrams letters ; and 15 grandchildren. sent to Albany, Ga
and flowers, we Fu fod final
l shall ever be thankful. services will be held Satur rites ,

.i .Special thanks is being extend. n day* ,__April w* i 7,- 2.15- : pm.. in the !
eel to the Florida State- Funeral *va& Ks runeral Home Chapel. Interment Lillie- .1\a.e.\ 'Johnson of 2167
Directors and Embalmers Associa will follow in Evergreen NW 6th, place died April 1.' She
r 'tI tion and the ladles auxiliary, the Cemetery. Mae Is survived by a daughter Laura
Poitier, Baln, Benton and Bethel WILLIE Johnson a son Raymond
"' of 2200 N.W. Johnson, a ,
Funeral Homes sister,
Reverends Georgia
72nd Jettereon.
Dailey, St., died
April 2
r E. A. Clarke, Fostctr at Paravilla Services will be
MR. LLOYD E. HART and their Convalescent Home after held
period Saturday, April 7.
congregations St.
Agnes'Ladies of
who died on April 4, 1955 the St. illness. lie is survived by his
Ladies I
Gone but not forgotten, he Altar Guild, wife, Pinkie Taylor two Isabella ,
-no, ___ ........ .'I rest in peace. the Sunlight Beauty School, Liberty tern, Mrs. Sarah Floyd and Vera 6th court Hurglns of 767 :,NW .: j
City and Lillie died April 2.
r I MR. JESSIE SAULSBY Evans Ele Mae; a son-in.law, Luster survired She Is .
WILLIE KATE HART, mentary Schools and Principals an uncle Floyd; by a husband Dare. "
.' .who died on April 8, 1961 'Wife; and Faculties.It Dennis; six grandchild Arrangement are incomplete. .
May he rest in peace and may MRS. ,JUANITA HART is our wish that ren. Funeral services will be held "

light, perpetual shine upon him. JOHNSON Daughter;; light will shine upon you.perpetual We are the Saturday Range, April 7, 11:00: a.m., in George, Sanders of Mark Bro. I

MISS MECHELLE. SAULSBY RICHARDSON JOHNSON Jr. sincerely and .deeply grateful. Rev. J. If. Martin Funeral. Home Chapel then Labor Camp Goulds, died I
"FAMILY : and and LUTICHA JOIINSdN, MRS. THOMPSON and terment will officiating. In- March 27. He Is survived by a *
Grandchildren. FAMILY. Memorial in Evergreen wife The body".. sent to
Cemetery. Lawson Oa. for final rites.'THE .

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$150 CASH $75 MO. MIAMI ,
gage F.H.A.: 2
Cl if room. 1923 N.W. 43rd St Phone 3-bedrooms with jalousied SATURDAY APRIL 7 1962 PAGE <-
S 6: NEwton 52666.N.W. porch Near NW 46th St. 13'r: ,f I

1807 No qualifying.. Call to see ,_... .
L I 47th '$T. See today. t

FOR RENT :.'; Total Beautifully$9,500' turn$300;;( garage down,, porch.$65.00 $1,300 FAX-0-All. $76 MO.'., .F.OR SALE-- i iNEW
month. ;
Men-Kori, Realtor, 2644 Mom's Kitchen
3.ROOM APT. ''Unfuratebed N.W. 62juTst.< ,Nites,.PL 9-5533 1408 N.W. '45th SI.
lt* Call E. Pieard Days'OX ,1-937J2,. : ,3 & 4 Bedroom v:
2-bedroom with jalousled 00' .
Rent l Agency PR 7-2903., ..,.. : ". .j :' 6666 NW.1rthAve.. ; ?> "I ,
porch. Carporte fenced .
I rear

FURNISHED ,ettJd Dcte8. All INCOME'TAX Tihll1IL' yard. No qualifying. V1 J V 2 bath homes --.1./ Ii

utilities week. 620 included.NW, ; 8th'112.50 St. FR per We your will income be glad'to'he3b tax, long' or you short file Drive by and see then call Will close, every See them. 'corner .''.,
form Come ..
2903'. to Fe peter Realty -
1- 1260 NW ,''<52nd' ,.. St. Ask for DOCTORS, TEACHERS TuesdayBeginning 8th Ave.'at 56th St. ,

3.UOOM Cottars, water furnUh. Harold. -> tndf LAWYERS I ""'.: f.... '
,week-,869 NW 8th tit!! j 1-5873'
910 Custom built PL 7-6663 or JE
edt beauty. A 3-
: April 10
M&Ofl. 'JJAndi1.tspgC. ,
> AL'> bedroom, 2 bath CBS with
Special price' ,children .. Indtl
-i ti fpr 75* F11 J.. -. .
barbers room, air conditioned, ...... ... I
ilefatll 4gelicy % td &ttve'i'U\! at all times JJIIIII..f.p.; ...... if
: Rev, proprietor sun porch hardwood floors, ---_.. I IIi
Rental coHmanagement UODS.Ibf i1.Y -
? ,.. real:,".:! tat op, Free-parking botH ide9'&f'Stteet call for appointment. j
7th Street fiSrhefta
5th St, :m 7i2902 '
369 NW 630 N.W 3rd Ave -o- Ii 4801'N.W.11th Avenue
6M I*: 'ill 2 Shoe Shineii -'t 4 ,
i fflral8h apt. ys serve you W \ -'I '( '
utilities. Doiit6n: ire*. (18 "Why'scnd children to bootleg bare arrange financing also \ OPEN SUNDAY 2 to 6 P. M. ':
NE 4.0300.. IndfOPA bers and take a chance of impair TRIO REALTY "; .\ i\.
ing their heads by use of unsani "
LOCK area 1.bedroom" tary equipment? Always use licensed 801 NW 54th St. $41:0"!: DOWN''- FHA -' NO CLOSING COSTSCorneracrossfrom 'I
modern tt I
decorated, barber for the best '" i : v
newly$15. Furnished'' U1.,unfurnished.2 bedroom I Interest" of your children. and your- PL 9-8372 PL 9.5455 park. Fla. room, full dining room j !
unfurti. $18 furn. 2 bedroom, self. I NE 5.8745 I if
IsOSOO. IndffaEWLf Barber wanted. Male\ or female. I carpcrte, large utility room, 2 air conditioners. Well !
Good opportunity .:, '

fib T+ted furnished or I Beautiful Home on pump, sprinklers, awnings. :: I

Lbcka Ufafufnlsllea area Heat apts.church in the, school Opa Have a Legal' Question? Your Lot .i EDISON REALTY I

and Bhoppihe center. Call Mick

ins Rental Agency. NE 4.0500.Indf THE YM\ ATTEND FAMILY FORUMTOPIC '( Co2detaComplete 175 N.W. 62nd St. PL 1.2441 I i

A NICE,. apartment in a quiet -----.-. _
neighborhood. 6306 N.W. 15th Av. : "The Law and You"A
Call NE 4-1886 or FR 19797. apr28 discussion of.laws and'. a14144 4114dl.GI .41bidibl L111 1 4111L111L114iLi11I4COLORED I

INDIVIDUAL COTTAGES, adults SPEAKER: Howard Dixo.il, Attorney -
only. Excellent location. Free Civil Liberties Union FOR SALEPrt'IInro
water and electric. Apply 6034ft Building 8 rvlM
SUNDAY, APRIL 18, 1962
now for jifiir C future move Buy for upcctilntlon) or in.
Ave. Mrs. Smith.
N.W. 22nd at the
G. W. Carver Branch YMCA PLANNING I. vrstincnt. Iluy for join-self .or jour chlltlrcn. This .is an
NICE CLEAN ROOM All house 5770 N.W.: 15th Ave. BUILDING oiiK| >riitiit( > that seldom nj>i>vu-s.' City lots paved streets -
privileges, couple or single man. Time: 4:15: P.M.'; FINANCING city aster located In North .Miami IJonch.
NE 55283. No Admission .'
Your New Home $30 DOWN $30 PER MONTH
Music by members of, North Dade .
6511 N.W.12th AVE Apts. Adults. High School Orchestra PRICED FROM $3,450

Beautiful kitchen hardwood and bath.floors Landscaped, beautiful --...................'.)0 N.,...:......u.--..... No Down Drhe out find. Inspect) this! areA of Wivshlnp Park, located
between, N.K.: 151st Street and N.K. 151th Strwt, from N. K.
clean and quiet location. Phone PaymentOver
HI 4-3673 III 57207. 14th to lath AVIW. Just 10 blocks South of Dailo) County's forg.
Twenty Year of Just 10 blocks South of Thule ({ount)"'" larRt-wt dho|>|>liR (renter!

CLEAN ROOM. private home, like Construction hxp.rlencGuaranteed eat shopping renter! IxirnUMl in the city of North Miami U I'ch.
own. See it Call PL 7-3247, Mrs. Great Wet5
Barbes. Satisfaction After your iiiMiM>ctlon to buy, call or writ( the owner .

Rent Reduced S. M. SHERMAN 1755 Barritz Drive
NICE PERSON to share 2-bedroom 9aaa @V'IDmV Miami Beach 41, Florida UN 6.4488
apt. Furnished. OX 19344. apt. 'only $12

A ROOM for a nice man or lady at 2-bedroom, apt. 'only, $14 TTTTTTTTTTTTTTfTTTTr' TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT

48495:5710 N.W.after 19th.7 p.m.Ave.. Any Call time NP o n PL 1-3604 .-:.............. .... ........ .................... ""' '''.... ... .........................-...-....-..- -....................."...............g-"
:Sundays. 3200 NW 47th St. Mlam
888 N.E. 79th St. Government Inspected and Approved

:$14 PER WEEK. bedroom, part.ly ......................
: furnished. Free gas and water.
16041 N.W. 24th Ave. III 6-1268. .u.wra. r LOVELY HONES OPENLOW

$16 PER WEEK, large 6-room unfurnished Member of HlaJeah Miami Spring Chamber of CommerceWhite
house newly painted.

2229 N.W. 60th St.. rear...HI..... 6-1268.'. ''' ,LOW DOWR.EAYMENTSc'k" .'

1-BEDROOM HOUSE, all utilities Top CompanyTOPS : E +TERMSf \" ; ,' LESS 1'HAN'RENT '
are furnished. Call Pieard Rental I II
Agency, FR 7.2902.APARTMENT I .
furnished, 1732 ;. I
N.W; 52nd SU,, Phone NE f 9127.; "'
ROOM Retired couple or sinfle' x ". AND PAINTING 1301 N.W. 41st Street ,. ,

man, woman to live in my home.
NE 5-7543, 2645 N.W. 60th St Duplex supreme. Most gorgeous in Miami. Must 'see', )' "\
LOVELY 2-bedroonv. stucco'' home. LASTI.CQTE.WHITE is used exclusively by 4 : "'4
Nice neighborhood convenient,, to to appreciate ; 11 (

'tores and, bus' Buy like rent at WHITE TOP.. .
$25 week .. Small doWn payment.FOR .- ...-..,.\ ,. ",'
Phone N& S-5566. 1M
SALE 929 N.W. 46th Street

!''LARGE 3-bedroom home. $11,300. MU 5.2543 Lovely CBS, garage, Florida room, huge dining room, I
"Corner FHA, $76.16 monthly, $650 down A-21 hardwood floors, tile roof. $400 total down payment.
lot. 1351 N.W 40th .S t. -
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'GOING Colored LiquoftBar and -- Owner pays closing costs.
Package 'Store Including sale of
Property Same -
owner e e
For details phone OX
1j9852.Apr.21 ,,,:
__ HOME 1151 N.W. 45th Street

{1336 N.W. 45th ST. See today. Two
Corner and extras.
Very nice 4-bedroom, perfect con 3-bedroom beauty. many ;
dition. Small down, $75.00 month, \i to choose from. (one a 4-bedroom). $450 down.
total W.500. Ben-Kori, Realtor .
I .
f .2644 Days N.W.OX 62nd 19372.St.:'Nites PL 9-5533 Designed For' LivingMODEL e e -

$450 DOWN, balance F.IIA. Beautiful '1021 N.W. 76th Street
colonial home 4 bedrooms, AT '
2 baths garage. 742 N.W. 50th St. CBS beauty in like new shape. Garage, Fla. room;

, PL 94058. apr21 and huge kitchen. Quiet area. $450 down.'V

I 1376 N.W. 41st ST.. See today. A 2221 N. W. 151st St. "

lovely -2-bedroom carporte,. 2 Fla. c
Porches' stove. Real buy, $7,900
total $250 down, $69.00 month. LOCKAOpen
en-Kori, Realtor, 2644 N.W. 62nd .. I
St., rites i PL 9-5533. days OX 1.9372 NEWSREALTY' ,

OPEN SUNDAY 2 to 5 P.M. Three
h"drooras, Fla room, lots of extras 'jI ,..
daily noon 5130 ) I That Works For You)
$1,000 down or less for re-! ( 12i30 to p.m. I (The Broker
_l.able; people. 7636 N.W. 14th Pl. I Ii '
4')1' Conventional an' FHA financing t 4600 NW 7th Ave. PL 4.0655:
N.W. 11th AVE. See today.eProfessioal .
who wants th best. I (Open Sunday)
""bedroom 2-bath. CBS, plus coG VETERANS NO DOWN PAYMENT I
.;i. A showplace. Ben-Kort, I
31bs' 2644 N.W. 62nd Sl Niles
J'I33 Days, OX 1-9372. r"gi'..:...... :.. u TT" I

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IN MEMORIAMIn IN I 3370*'Frow* Ave, Coconut Grove,

PAGE 12 ] "Loving of Our diedsfawM; at.Cedars; of Lebanon .
SATURDAY, APRIL 7,1962 Loving Memory of Our In Sad but Memory '
is survived
HospWOShe by her
Beloved Mother Dear Daughter: !!ter and Sister '
-- -- -
husband, L. G.; two daughtors.Hloberta -"
J r __ ; -Hodge and Maggie
and: other relatives and
ft E Hodge;
) friends. Funeral services will be
4Iv Church, ,rev Collins officiating.

one.year.old son of Leroy Whippleand
1 IN
I f\ Elizabeth, of 1837 N.W. 60th

; Missing I you Loving Memory of f ,' St. died' April 4 at his parent's
Our Husband and Father t residence. Funeral services[ will

.. ,,} lk x be held today, April 6, 2.00: p.m.
i r'74a' f ) t J: in the Range Funeral Home Cha

/ 'lift ;,;:: / : '' pel. Interment Memorial will Cemetery follow;in Evergreen

F zr
y i4 + ri.,, ,, .C.T 7

a. Francis
af I e
7 yy Yk
It '
.t ,, .;, h ? Y EMANUEL SHERMAN, of 420
N.W. 9th.>St., Apt. 12, died at his
k z home "'March 27. Funeral
1 e i on ser
: -
t d yae vices were held at Francis Funeral
a kn .a. ? Home Chapel on Monday,

; w,<. April 2, at 2:30 p.m. with Rev.
,r > ;,, .': Brown. officiating: Survivors include
'. -MRS. DIANA sii- MRS. EDITH S. ROBINSONwho his wife, Lois; six daughters
;\ this life Audrey Lee Loretta Patricia
.'\. who departed this life departed
April 1946 April, 1961 Ann, Shirley, Marion land
+ v z. Sweet are the memories that never Gone but not forgotten, may Elease; one brother, Boyse; two

l aw .., .<< '''' fade, she rest in peace. sisters.

a \ .\ Of love but could MR. and MRS. ARTHUR
: ; one we never BROWN, Parents; JAMES\ EDWARD BROWN, two-
<1 fto' save, DARNELLA AUDREY year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ja-
b ...... ')f 'l A loving, smile and a happy face, SMITH, Daughters; cob Brown of 329 N.W. 22nd St,
Broken link we can never replace. Apt. 208 died at Jackson Memor'
P.l..1'. .. : MR. SHEPPARD BROWN,
in hearts.
""" ------- Always our ial Hospital
: on April 2. Funeral
..m ,"p,, Brother;
> .." services held '
were at Francis
who departed this life April' 3, :-:,.".." .,,. ,1,?'M l!" """ "_:d'Hir"' < .. .:.:...&,w.;;. MRS.Sister.LILLIE R. BELL, I neral Home Chapel on Friday.

"No heart can tell REV. CLEVELAND WOODSIDE 44th St., died at Christian Hospital -
Nor tongue, nor pencil cant who departed this life Family of the Late on March 26. Graveside ser
show, April 10, '1953 MRS GEORGETTE CAMPBELLtake vices were'"held on April 2. -

How much we miss you, Gone but not forgotten, we shall this method to thank the The family of the late, ..
None but his loved one know. neet him, when eternal ages roll. many friends for'the beautiful MRS. MARIE CULPEPPERwho

Till we meet to part no more MRS. ELIZA WOODSIDE, floral pieces, telegrams, cards of, departed this life February Richardson .
Muriel Bethel, wife 'e .
\ sympathy that presented at '
) Wife; were 21, take' this method to expresg -
"' Rodney Bethel and CHILDREN and the recent passing of their loved our sincere thanks and appreciation JAMES RIVERS, of 336'NW...17th
) Charles Evans, sons GRANDCHILDRENIn for the kind St., .died at Jackson Hospital on
i many
Anna ,McPhee, daughter one.Especially do the family wantto gestures of sympathy shown ua March 30( lie leaves to mourn, a
Mother and sisters thank her doctors who gave the during our hour of bereavement. niece, Mrs. Helen S. Bennett of

MEMORIAM i best of medical attention Dr. i Leroy, Culpepper, .husband Jacksonville, and many friends in
Samuel M. Ptotixik and Dr. N: Cora Ro undtree, mother Miami. Funeral services were held
IN MEMORIAM! In Memory of Our Dear Sister Stuart Gilbert, also their pastor in the chapel on Wednesday April .
Rev J. Benjamin Blacknell for 4, 'at 2:30( pm. with Rev. 0, Eo'Tume'r
In. Memory of Our Loving Mother the consoling eulogy that was delivered officiating. :;

who departed this life A place is vacant in our hearts DEA THE EDti1#RI GREEN, of 1626 N.W,

April 8, 1961 and home 5th' PI, died on April 3 at.Jackson

Gone but not forgotten That never can be filled, and only Hospital. He leaves to mourna
MRS. BLONEVA BLACK and heaven can heal; '- 'wife, Rosa. Funeral services

MISS STELLA MAE KEMP, No one can know how our hearts were held at the Chapel on Fri
Daughters; have bled; Range 'a .' e day, April 6, at 2:00: pjn. with Rev.

MR. CHARLES KEMP, Son. A precious one from us is O. E. Turner officiating
''gone, a I SETII MCNEIL, of 1455 N.W. 60th
voice we loved is still. I St., died March 30 at Jackson Memorial SAMUEL CULMER, of Key West
Sadly missed by her Sister, her Hospital. He is survivedby Fla. died at the Veterans
CARD OF THANKSThe 'kr Husband, Brothers and the rest of his wife Cora Black; a daughter tal in Coral Gafefef, on March Hospi'31,

Family of the Late the family. Mrs. Cora Spann; two brothers, 1962. He leavrs3Cfeurn! 'a wife .
JOIINSON, William and Eural McNeil; a sister and relatives and'frMftds in the
; Mrs. Lou Carter.. Remainswere Key West area. The body of Mr.
who expired March 11 GEORGE CAMPBELL, Husband; sent to Headland, Alabama. Culmer will b! taken to Key West
> ,
and >, FRANK SCOTT, Brother; for final rites and burial where funeral services will
McIVER, Brother.
on Saturday, April 7
ERNEST SIMS, of 15143 N W.
who expired March 20 r CARD OF Railroad Dr. Opa-locka,. died MRS. SARAH SMITH of
THANKSThe 1410
are desirous of having you, their
1 at He
April Magnolia Hospital N.W.
f 1st Ave., Apt 1, died at
friends and neighbors, know I
many is survived his wife Ella Mae
by Jackson
that words cannot adequately express Family of the Later ; Hospital on April 4. She '
two sons, Robert and Lloyd; two leaves
to mourn a husband Wal
the deep appreciation for all ,
the kind acts and deeds rendered ,'kpk daughters, Mrs. Azilee Johnson ter; two daughters, Mrs. Cora'Martin -

them in their hours of! sorrow and ...w, and Mrs. Gladys'' sister. Jenkins; a brother and Mrs. Viola Jones; a son,
bereavement. The cards, telegrams -" "" ex rte. I Dave; a Mrs. Janie Willie Henry; one sister, Mrs. Delia
Bell; a daughter, Myrtle 18
; Johnson
floral pieces and other ; one daugh
grandchildren; Funeral services
ter in law
Marie Smith
pressions of mention sympathy were too passed away March 31, 1956 will be held Saturday, April 7, sister-in.law, Mrs. Ella Mae;Mar one
numerous to individually We loved her but God loved her .p. 1. t:00 p.m. In the Range Funeral tin; 11 grandchildren six
here but remember that J
may you best. 0 u Home Chapel. Interment will fol.
they will forever remain in our h 1ia Funeral arrange
hearts with gratefulness. To Rev. MAMIE WARREN, Sister; tery.'ow in Evergreen Memorial Ceme ments for Mrs. Smith are incom '
Brantley and Rev. Sawyer, as well BERTHA ROBINSON, Sister; plete.
as the entire membership of the MAUDE JACKSON, Sister. t IARVEY HUGHES, of 2147 N.W.: _

Creator Israel Bethel P. B. Church, 30th Ten and Minister of FirsChurch
and to the House of Albert, a very ,, p of Christ in Carvers tM8t11

special thanks. May God bless all 1 IN MEMORIAHIn for several years, died April 2 at Stevenson
of you. his residence. He is Batton of 116000
.., THE FAMILY. Sad but Loving Memory of ? survived by SW 141st St., Richmond Heights
wife Almarine
n i My Dear Husband a daughter, died
i I April 2. He Ls survived
Mrs. Gloria Sims; three brothers, wife, Mary Lee by a
i three sitter
'c Henry and Cicero; a sis

IN MEMORIAM I I ter grandchildren., Mrs. Eula, Funeral Anderson services; three Alma Mary" Dalton Bonner,, two Sally brothers Mobley, Jim and
In Sad but Loving Memory of will be held Saturday, April 7, and Ollie, tiro children, Margaret
:Our Dear Father and Brother ,t, s, i:00 p.m., First Church of Christ Lee' Reed ?find James Batton.
in Carvers Ranch. Brother Hughes Service will be held Saturday at .
t 3 ? U.now in repos. at Range Funeral L J!.Si; -JL' ,st- Luke Baptist 'I', Ai!' ,.
t i 5. aaa. Home and will be in Cbd'rtlr'.ftb. He r. :tw. W'L -
,,.. : repose at his '
wM.WMM.9M .WIr.M".7WYNIIyYa. Hams
residence 'from 6.00: p.m. Friday officiating. The body will ..
aY b g a WILFRED A. THOMPSON, until time of the service. be tent to the Rlggs Funeral
; vho departed this life'on January Home In Fitzgerald, Oa., for
7, 1962, wishes to express their GEORGE W. BROWN, of 14640 final rites.
t sincere thanks and appreciation to S.W. 105th Ct. died April 3 at
a heir many friends and well-wtsh- Jackson Memorial Hospital. He is! Joe D. Jones of 153 SW 7th ,t.

w t ors, for all expressions and acts of survived by a son Willard; two Homestead, died March Zt+. He .U .
kindnesses rendered during their I daughters, Mrs. Albertha B. Johnson survived by a daughter, Pinkie .
recent bereavement. I and Dorothy; a brother. Princeof Lee, a slater Gladys Mae Wakes

a"' A To those who called, to those New York; a of Parrott. Ga. The body was.
e. .,, who offered prayers sent cards, Janet; and 15 daufhter.1n-law sent to Albany, Oa. fod final
F telegrams, letters and flowers, we neral services will be held Satur rite. ..

is shall ever be thankful. day, April 7, 2:15: pnu, !in the
Special thanks is being extend Range Funeral Home Chapel. Interment 'Lillie- Mae 'Johuon'of 1167.
; ed to the Florida State Funeral will follow in Evergreen NW 6th, place died April 1. She
!. t Directors and Embalmers Assorts Memorial Cemetery. is survived by a daughter Laura '
tion and the ladies auxiliary, the Mae Johnson, a son Raymond
"'Il Poit}er, Bain Benton and Bethel WILLIE TOMBLIN, of 2200 N.W. Johnson, a sister, Georgia Jet

F ,, Funeral Homes, Reverends Dailey, 72nd St, died April 2, at Paravilla ferson. Services irtll be held
E. A. Clarke, Fostetr and their Convalescent Home after a period Saturday, April 7.
MR. LLOYD E' HART congregations, St Agnes''Ladies, of illness. He is- survived by his .

., < who died on April 4, 1953 the St. Ann's Ladies Altar Guild I wife Pinkie Taylor; two daugh Isabella Huggins of 767 NW .. .
t << r t Gone but not forgotten, may he the Sunlight Beauty School, Liberty ( ten, Mrs. Sarah Floyd and Vera 6th court died April 2. She If"

rest. in peace, City and Lillie C. Evans Ele Mae; sonlnUw, Luster Floyd; I survived by a husband Dave. "
"" --
; MR. JESSIE SAULSBY MRS.-ViriLLlE KATE HART, mentary Schools and Principalsand an uncle, Dennis; six grandchild Arrangements are incomplete. ;'
%" ''Wile Faculties. rep Funeral services will be held
1961 '
May who he died rest on in April, and may MRS..J )?ANITA HART It is our wish that perpetual Saturday, April 7, 11:00 a.nu in George Sanders of Mark Brothers '
perpetual shine upon him JOHNSON, Daughter: ; light will shine upon are the Range Funeral Home, Chapel, Labor Camp, Goulds, died ,
light T MISS MECHELLE SAULSBY RICHARDSON JOHNSON Jrand sincerely and ,deeply etatetul.MRS Rev. J. H. Martin,officiating. In March 27. He Is survived by a'

;. Daughter.nd; LUT1CHA JOllNSuN, I THOMPSON and terment will follow in Evergreen wife The body was sent to

., FAMILY. Grandchildren. FAMILY. Memorial Cemetery Lawson Ga. tor final rites.'THE .

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ROUSE F.H.A., by owner.2}bedrooms C.B.S.,1 mort $150 CASH $75 MO. THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA" "
1923 N.W.. 43rd St Phone 3-bedroom with jalousied SATURDAY APRIL 7, 1962 PAGE,13.,1-, .
t1assiI1B 566. porch. Near NW 46th St. ..."J'
fl ... ,
;., "
No ,:> .
qualifying. Call ,
to ee. '
? ,.. ;,1r
W47th $T. See
L today.
-0- ___ t!
.'i furn:, i
garage, porch. "
FOR RENT Total $9,800- $300 down, $65.00 $1,3001 WN a $76 MO.." .fOR SALE iNEW I Ii
month. $en-Kori,' Realtor, 2644 PAYS ALL Mom's Kitchen .
3-ROOM APT. Unfurnished N.W. 62nd St., ,Nites PL 9-5533 1408 N.W. '45ih St. \ J
Call E. (card Days'OX ,1-93'2.-, .3 & 4 Bedroom ,1.- h I
: '.
Rent 1 Agency :FR 7.2802.. .' 2-bedroom with jalousled 6666 NW 15 h Ave. .. ., ,'
: ,
porch. Carporte,. rear fens, .""
INCOME rff 2 bath homesSee -
FURNISHED ,efficiencies.' All TAX' TIME!,;'" ed yard. No qualifying. : II'
included. "$12.50 We will be glad to 'belt file !
utilities ) you
per ..
week. 620 NW, 8th St. FR your Income tax, long' or abort Drive by and see then call Will close, everyTuesday' them corner ,'

7-290., form. Come .to Fe !stet Realty, : '
1260 NW 'Und.. .' St. Ask for DOCTORS, TEACHERS 8th Ave". at 56th St.
3.ROOM Cottages, water furnUh.ed Harold. / Indf LAWYERS ,1- s5
$10 ,week.-.858 NW 8th St. 1 I ." Custom built beauty. A 3- :7'l PL 7-6663 or'J'E' 1-5873'
Beginning April 10
FR fll2bOll. : ...
nAnt>dEBd>hEciA1, bedroom, 2 bath CBS with
'Special price,for .. ..Inds.
1. PICARb) children 754 Flak air "'" It:' ..
room conditioned I
t ,
flefatll AgeflcyRefltal $ barbers td lleNe you at all times I nw ('
; Rev, Amos Halli 4' sun porch hardwood floors,
proprietof! -
collections f o
: i pei1) Free' ---n- "- --
management'" ,, real '. tate parking Street bath 'sWeOf 'street call for appointment. -J 4'; 'C
7th Jtfrber Short I
Nth St, m' 7i2902 '
630 N.W,'3rd: Ave: 0Ws 4801. N.W.11th Avenue :: :
t'illJfifi 6t ; rniaheff'i>t. All' 2 Shoe Shine H dys-td 'serve you ,A I I r .,\ .* I' -11
utilities faowatbWa area. $18. "Why'send children to bootleg bar frihl financing also OPEN SUNDAY 2 to 6 P. M. :.
bers and take a chance of .
4-OB00. Indf impair ; l ,
NE TRIO ; .1"
ing their heads by use of unsani :
OPA LOCKA ., Area 1 ,bedroom, tary equipment?' Always use li 801 NW 54th St. $450: DOWN- FHA -' NO CLOSING COSTS I
decorated, unfurnished. censed modern barber for the best 7. '- *,I.. .
newly$13. Furnished4 $21.2 bedroom i Interest." of your children and yourself PL 9-8372 PL 95455NE Corner acroie,from park. Fla. room, full dining room Acarporte : \

unfurti. $18, rum. 2 bedroom 5-8745
4:0500.: : ._ indf Barber wanted.Good opportunity.Mate or female. large utility room, 2 air conditioners. Well I: ,!

NkWL'r ReBoVated furnished or Beautiful Home on s pump, sprinklers, awnings. .I I
tlfafufnlailea i apts. in the Opa i
tbcka area Bear church, school Have a Legal Question? Your Lot EDISON REALTY" i d
a&d shdpptae cefater. Call Mick
Itig! ilehtal Agency. NE 4.0500. 'ftEND 175 I i
Indf THE YM FAMILY FORLIMTOPIC ftv a i N.W. 62nd St. PL 1.2441

A NICE, clean apartment in a quiet .. ...;;;:.;.:;:-;.. --- -
neighborhood 6306 N.W. 15th Av. : "The Law and You"A S taudly =--
Call NE 4-1886 or FR 19797. apr28 discussion of,laws and,

INDIVIDUAL COTTAGES, adults SPEAKER: Howard Dixon, Attorney
only. Excellent location. Free Civil Liberties Union FOR SALE
water and electric. 6034vi Complete Building Strvloe .
SUNDAY 18, 1962
I'rcjinrc<< row for jcwir, future move. Buy for speculation or In.
N.W. 22nd Ave. Mrs. Smith. at the
G. W. Carver Branch YMCA PLANNING I vestment liny for joursrlf .or jour children. This ,Is an
NICE CLEAN ROOM All house 5770 N.W.: 15th Ave. BUILDING o|>iK)rtnnit). chat seldom nl|>ptHUfi. City lots paved streets -

privileges, couple or single man. Time: 4:15: P.M. FINANCING city water located in North Mlalni Beach i
NE 55283. No AdmissionMusic .'
Your New Home $30 DOWN $30 PER MONTH
by .
members of North Dade ,
6511 N.W. 12th AVE. Apts. Adults. High School Orchestra; PRICED FROM $3,450

Beautiful hardwood floors, beautiful ......... ..0; 'a k No Down Prhe out and 1""II) ect this! area of WtvihlnRton I'ark, located
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kitchen and bath. Landscaped, ...... ...........--..N
clean and quiet location. Phone Payment brtwN'n N.K.: 151st' Street and N.10. 151th Strwt, from N. E.

HI 4-3673 III 5-7207 14th to Iflth Avw. Just! 10 block South of Dado County's! ]nrg.
Over Twenty Years of Just 10 blocks South of Dodo C nint>'" largewt shopping center!

CLEAN ROOM. private home, like Great: Construction kxpertenc est' shopping' renter! Located \i\ the city of North Miami Death.
own. See it Call PL 7-3247, Mrs. tffer
Barbes. Guaranteed Satisfaction After jour inspection to buy, call or writ\ the owner .

Rent Reduced S. M. SHERMAN 1755 Barritz Drive
NICE PERSON to share 2bedroomapt. ll&fA4J; c G7J06DGG34
Miami Beach 41, Florida UN 6-4488
Furnished. OX 19344.A apt. only $12

ROOM for a nice man or lady at bedroom apt. 'only $14 t
5710 N.W. 19th Ave. Call NP PL 1-3604
48495 after 7 p.m.Any. time on
:Sundays. 3200 NW 47th St. MUm
888 N.E. 79th St. Government Inspected and Approved

:$14 PER WEEK. 1 bedroom, part r.. Ii
:ly furnished. Free gas and water.
'60U N.W. 24th Ave. III 61266.

$PER WEEK, large 6 room unfurnished Member of HlnJeah Miami Spring Chamber of Commerce

house, newly painted.
2229 N.W. 60th St., rear. HI 61266. LOW,-,LOW. DOWN..P. MENTS ,"
,.J ,
BEDROOM HOUSE aitl!utiUt.I" White Top CompanyTOPS :Efc'TERMSf' '" <"i*
are furnished. Call Picard Rental I

Agency, FR 7.2902.APARTMENT .

furnished, 1732
N.W; 52nd St.:, Phone NE '4-9127. "'
ROOM Retired couple or slnf le'
man, woman to live in my home.
NE .7543, 2645 N..W",' 60th St.. Duplex supreme. Most gorgeous in Miami. Must 'see: ', r "-.
PLASTICOTE WHITE is used exclusively by
LOVELY 2bedroomstucco'home 1)) '
Nice neighborhood, convenient to "r'. : :: : to appreciate. "J .\ ea
stores and, bus. Buy like rent at WHITE TOP .
$25 week. .. Small doWn. payment a -" }-
Photo NE 5.5566. 'L. :
FOR SALE 929 N.W. 46th Street ;

,''LARGE' 3-bedroom home. $11,300 MU 5.2543 Lovely CBS, garage, Florida room, huge dining room, i

"JHA'Corner, $76.16 lot. monthly, $650 down A-21 hardwood floors, tile roof $400 total down payment.
1351 N.W".4Oth .St .
'GOING Colored. Liquok Bar and Owner pays closing costs
Package 'Store including sale of i
property. Same owner '46 years. ---- e -
For details phone OX : 852.
aApr'.y ... :
'- HOME 1151 N.W. 45th Street ,

1336 N.W. 45th ST. See today. Two'
very nice 4-bedroom, perfect condition 3-bedroom beauty. Corner, and many extras. {

'1 Small down, $75.00 month, to choose from (one a 4-bedroom). $450 down.
2total 8500. Ben-Kori, Realtor .

Days N.W.OX 62nd 19372.St Nites PL 9.5533 Designed For LivingMODEL e .

W50 DOWN, balance F.H.A. Beau- '1021 N.W. 76th Street '

tiful colonial home, 4 bedrooms, AT "
2 baths garage. 742 N.W. 50th St. CBS bauty: in like new shape. Garage, Fla. room,

PL Q058.. apr21 and huge kitchen. Quiet area. $450 down. ,

2221 N. W. 151st St. ""
(1378 N.W. 41st ST. See today. A I r 'i'y.
lovely 2-bedroom, carporte. 2 Fla. -0-
Porches, stove. Real buy, $7,900
total, $250 down $6900 month. : '
Ren-Kod, Realtor 2644 N.W. 62nd OPA ,. : ..

St, nites. PL 9-5533, days OX 1.9372 NEWSREALTY :

OPEN SUNDAY 2 to :5 P.M. Three

'ras.b'Brooms. $1,000, Fla.down room or, less lots for of ex-re- ('Open daily 12i30 noon, to 5:30 p.m.) I I (The Broker That Works For You) f'o I

'...Jblft people. 7636 N.W. 14th PL
Conventional an/j FHA financing 4600 NW 7th Ave. PL 4.0655Open :
11th AVE. See today.
Professional who wants the best. ( Sunday)
;bedroom' 2-bath, CBS plus cot- VETERANS DOWN PAYMENT
?*:. A showplace. Ben-Korl, 41
5fnjir. 2644 N.W. 62nd St. Nites .. .rrrYYTrYl

/i $$533 Days OX 19372. .- ..'...-.. ,..- zy..y. i

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Rev E. V. Stuart, pastorH. Episcopal Churchwomen
Wallace secretary of the Church of the Incarnation
F Our Sunday school was called cordially invite you to attend
annual "FellowshipHour"
their fourth
to Cliurdi to John order RollerOur by the superintended G. at the church at 6 p.m.

April 8.Mrs..
me pastor was in charge of Leola Johnson, Fret.
I the morning service. Scripture

__. lesson was read from 6th chap On Passion Sunday evening
ter of St. ,John. Testimony service there will be the annual Joint

was very Inspiring. services of Christ Episcopal!

EBENEZER METHODISTE. Our evening service was also Church and the Incarnation at t

Primitive Baptists Plan led by the pastor pjm. The choir will }SIng the

I Ingram, reporterRev. Holy Communion was Admin. hymn tunes of StaiiierS! Crucl.
Aaron D. Hal, pasor Gibson
Istered at morning and evening ixlon. Father Th od6re

Supermarket And Bank Infant baptism will be on Sun. service. the whole church Joined will preach the sermon. The

day morning during the 11 a.m. ''In welcoming Sister Moore back public Is invited.
I in Orbit" and the
TALLAHASSEE The Flori service with choir No. 1 ein'* with Us\
of Miami's Ten Beet>
da-Georgia State Primitive Bap. and usher board No 2 erx.Inl. We for shut- presentation
Ing are praying our 4
fist Convention voted unanimous Women of New ins Dressed Women, Friday, May ,
:tt the Hampton House Villa
ly to adopt a 10 point programfor
the church to carry on for ProvidenceRaise The Dorcas Circle will have Pool at 8:30 p.m. Tickets are

its members as outlined by Its- charge of class' meeting on Tues. Church of The Open Door now on sale .
best dressed
$6,439 Send your ten WOe
president during his annual message day night.
H. C. McDowell names to Mns. Ellaha S.
here at Mt. Zion Church Rev. pastor men
'" lm: : .:<;I 2.- Daring the past week the pai- A. E. McNeal, reporter Clarke Jr., 1736 NW 56th St.,

Included in the 10-polnt program tor visited Gammon Theological Rev. McDowell Is preaching a or tall OX 1.7056.

spelled out by President Seminary in Atlanta in a called very interesting series of Lenten BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMrs.

M. G. Miles, were provisions fora meeting. While In Atlanta he Sermons. Holy week, April 15.
retirement program for the was happy to visit his daughter, 22, presents a real challengeand Lucille Duffin, member

ministers, a rest home for elder. racenla and son, Aaron at Clark opportunity. On Tuesday evening of the Coral Gables- Unlvsrmty
4 N American Associationfor
ly people, youth camp, continu. College.We April 17, the Laymen's Chapter, Nations will speakat
Ing Christian teaching program, Fellowship will present a the ,
FF pro.
are nearing the end of the the Baha'i Center, 137 NW
a supermarket and a bank. The gram depicting Jesus' last week
wouldbe Calendar Rally, all members are 11th ave., 8pm. Sunday, April
president said the program upon earth. On Thursday even
urged to rally to your month of 7. Her subject will be, "The Glo.
etate-wtde with the headquarters ing, April 19, will be an appro.
In Tallahassee. Rev. P.I I birth. ry of God is Come"The
priate worship with Holy
; 9 the is cordially invit-
On Monday, April pastcrand public
D. Brantley, Miami, national communion. It is a must for
stewardess will visit the 00. Phone secretary, FR 5420
president of the Primitive Bap. every loyal member of the
tist Convention told the dele sick and shut-ins, and give communion church for further information.

gates that there is a place for ', to the sick
This Sunday, April 8, Circle 1,
every man and his job Is l to find The sick and shut.ins are Sis. Mrs. Thena Crowder, president,

his place and perform his duties. Elizabeth Cleare, 1441 NW 6th will serve their second annual Miami West t'nlt of Jeho

The Florida.Georgia State court, Sister Brizel Lang, 133811 Lenten Breakfast at the church, vah's Witnesses Ihvlta all Kln".

Convention will meet In Miami NW 4th ave., Sister Elizabeth 8:30.10:30: : a.m. Members and dom seekers to the Kingdom

next yrar. Rev. H. C. Samuels of Arnold, 1214 NW 63rd St. and friends are expected. Adult. 35c, Hall Sunday, April 8, at 6 p.m.,

Miami Is senior marshall of the Sister Vistoria Hlge, 1411 NW children 25 cents! entire inter 2167 NW 62nd St. to bear the

group. 68th st., Brother Fred Pagter, mediate families (mother, father following subject which is b"lnt:
Veterans Hospital.) and alt children) $1.25. Making delivered world wide in over

r : & money is hot, the big idea. We 21,560 Kingdom Halls in 186

MT. ZION AME CHURCHOpa : want to be a family church. countries
I MAKHKLLK ANDERSON TRINITY C. M. I E. The men of the chUrch ar* "Chriitlandom Has Failed God

Locks, Fla. especially urged to have the After Her End, What?"
Rev. H. E. Green, pastorA Rev. E. T. Brown, pastor
breakfast church
at the no later
Mrs. Julia Hammock
packed audience was pres. than 9:30: and be ready for the MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev.

entent to hear a wonderful ser The Mile College Choir, well monthly meeting of the Laymen's
mon and see the beautiful E. M. Thomas pastor
pews .
known phenomenon in Birmliig Fellowship at 10 a.rn.
that have been installed!. There Phyllis Myers, reporterOn
were four miners during the ham, Ala and throughout the Friday and Sunday, April
morning, eervjce. I State is one of the most promise 6 and 8 the No. 2 choir will
I' ;L tng in the South today and, perhaps TRIUMPH CHURCHAnd celebrate their anniversary Per.

All members are asked to pay in this country. This 40. Kingdom of God and Christ sons wishing to come are wel
their budget money on Sunday voice choir under the direction Opa Locka come.
April 8. I of Robert Bruster, vocalist or We
.. You are cordially Invited to.. The sick are doing nicely
?: considerable merit, will appearat come out and Join In with us in are constantly praying for theirfull
All members members are ask. rr Trinity on Easter Sunday, I
___ our School of Wisdom, which recovery.
fd to send their children out to 1L 7:30( p.m. begins at 10 o'clock. After which I
Junior choir rehearsal and
junior St. Matthew's FreewillLast
oun noonday services. I know I
activities every Tunsday!! after. h Our minister takes this meth.

noon beginning at 5 p.m. Sister : od to Invite the people of the that you will enjoy the services, Sunday Rev. W. W.
It is the seedbed of life.
Nellie Davis Is, in charge ,of the lr commusity to share with us in 2014 NW 5th Court
junior choir.Friday % the special Prayer Hour a a c h Our Young people are doing a Rev. J. B. Woodley, pastor
at 11 o'clock.. wonderful job. Come out and seethe
Sunday morning Nathaniel Thomas, reporter
April 6, will be oars ______ __ The Prayer Hour is especially future men and women of Mrs Rosa Lee Rushing along

"" rond quarterly conference with t' .t 'designed and spiritually: planned tomorrow our young people with the Juslor choir would like
Elder Roberts In charge. He will I education band which begins at .
for men and women, boys and to express their thanks tor COIn'
a'o be present all day Sunday 6:30, after which we have our
!girls who are seeking spiritual ing out and helping support the
Everyone. Irs asked to come out. night service. You all can com
help with their personal, social, junior program on last Sunday.
and help lift the of the
.,."... -.-...--.- economic and family problem'' Lord up name Miss heater Radio was elected us
over which they have no control. the doors hang on the Miss St. Matthew' Junior
A. M.
COHEN TEMPLE MRS IRIS WILSONThe hinges of welcome.

CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST The Annual Banquet) for edu Prince II. Mobley, pastor Queen.Let us remember the tick and
chairman Mrs. Maybelle
cation and mission will be this Sister S. Daniels, reporter
1747 N. W. 3rd Ave. Anderson and eo. chairman, Mrs. those who are in need.
Elder Jacob Cohen, pastor ProvU Sunday, April 6 at 8 )p.m. in the _ !! !t -
Iris Wilson of the New '- -
dining room of th'j church Mr
deuce Missionary Baptist ChurchWoman' "Living Service for the Living"
Sunday School office for' the James Cherry, coordinator of i
committee wish to
month of April Adult Education is the
were Installed on speaker,
take this method to thank the i
last Sunday morning. Sis. As. Rev. William Walker! will ad.
of the church all
women our
ale Williams 1 lIS superintendent friends and visitors for helpingus drew the body, Mrs. Mary Boedy

and Miss Shirley 'Cash has been to make effort will recite, solo, Mrs. Barbara
our a success.
named secretary. With 81s. Sy. Howell, guest soloist, William

reha Strong a* over-all superin Thanks to our pastor, Rev. E. Sanders. Toastmaster, Mr. Roes .
tendent and James Cash serve J. Burney and brethren who M-I (

Ing hai general director of the worked very hard with us. MT. CARMEL M. BAPTISTRev. j4L%

Sunday School, our Sunday D. A. Bradley, pastor
Special thanks to our guest
School Is growing by leaps and Mrs. Christine Cherry, reporter
bounds. On Sunday before last speakers, Mrs. Beatrice Waldronand

during our Sunday School see., Mrs. Naomi Symonette and Pastor Bradley preached a

don, a very inspiring game was all ladies who participated on thoughtful Lent message, "Keep

Introduced to us by :Mr. Cash. our program. Looking." Our delegates and pas.
The game was tor left for the State Convention
cal Characters with"Watching Blbll- Amount raised was $6,439.23. We are asking that you remem. Oscor I. funeral
their Home
patlons-." Everyone occu. Thanks again and may the Lord ber them is your prayers. Range
:who partf. bless ,each of you.
cfpated In the game' ; was spiri Remember the sick and chut- M. Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range, Mgr.

tually benefited. ST. JAMES AME CHURCH Ins. 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue

The Mother Hoard's 3rd an. OX 1-0131 OX 14343OX
nual Spring Tea will be held at Rev. J. B. Blacknell, pastor Friendship M. B. ChurchRev.

,the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Sunday was Indeed a day to be .
W. E. Sims,
Storr, 4720 NW 25th Ave. on I pastor r w
remembered at the above church Mrs. Ruth Lee Carr, reporter
Sunday.. April 8 at 4 p.m. You
beginning with the Sunday
The church has chartered a 1.91516701 NW 15th Ave. Nite 6343198For
are welcome to attend.
School, with Mrs. Margaret Reynolds bus to go the State Convention
superintendent and the at our church and pastor Is ilated Funerals You Can Afford Call

officers and teachers In their re. on program Saturday, April 7 at
spectlre places.At 2 p.m. In observance of Rev.

i 1571 N. W. 68th, Terr. the 11 o'clock worship John I. Ro s' Day, our deceased Hanker Funeral HomeCloth

Rev.. Ernect Williams palter choir No. 1 was at its best. The pastor. We are asking those that

'Deacon Trod Williams, reporter pastor preached as never before. know the worth of prayer to pray

Last Sunday the Rer. O'Neal The members are jubilant ov. that we make a safe trip and Cover Caskets $126 up

a ;Pratt delivered 4 powerful message er their new parsonage at 757 remember you are always welcome
and at night Rev. Bain NW 47th st. at Friendship. Metal Caskets $499 up
i was the
to preacher. On next Sunday the "Mks St. 4 Nothing left to burden you
There will be a rale at the James" Rally will terminate.

f -. Sister Barr 1 I. In There are 23 captains clamoringfor Please Take Note! One's Social Security Can Take care all

>charge.> the title of "Miss St. James"be funeral arrangements

n There will be a group of sing. sure to help your captain win. All Church nevn, must be InTwsrtny Bushiest
Managers William Norwood
Pre at the rhnrrh :
on Sunday. evening. Must be
The? pastor and officers are de. type
Sister! Harris will be In Willie Williams
{ charge.
written and double spaced.
f< H-.' *.._,',-.H' |. r M u#' '"t"" :,"n 21r." on YOU. Let each mem. .

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JL-----" QbcclOtx.luLLL..4.II.d......:: .. 10. with la -
--" c North DadeRecreation Sands was the high man
G. W. Carvei PTA ORCHARD VILLA points' and William Clark led ..
J. R E. LEE CenterThe the losers with 12 points.

Present: An 'April Tile month of March has been The family of J. n. E. Lee What was a fine attempt to
more than .a windy month tot Elementary was honored to be 7th grade track meet
Shower .tot Stars' the Orchard Villa fatally Mr!!. the recipient of a visitor In he proved that Mr. Forde's "Jets" awaken adult members of the
Joyce Murray, music consultant person of Lt. Col. Edwards re were too much for the other community to a tremendous
'the George Washington Car attended the National Educational : tired, of the Navy. homeroom sections. need going lacking was a spec-

ver Elementary< rarent.Teachers Conference In Chicago( Col. Edwards delivered an in. I Clifton Dukes' led 7.8 to first Ial night set aside for Just such
Association, presents an 'AprilShouter and deescribed her experience as formative as well as inspirational place in the meet with a total of That night was
of Stare1' at 8 p.n.Fues.! ,being exceptionally enriching.The lecture and demonstration on 44 points. Robert Helms led 7.3 March purpose.20 at 7 p.m.
day April 3, at the auditorium. Dade County PTA Coun. rocks and animals of the sea. second place as they scored a
An array of professional talent cil held its local Amazing was it to see a per. total of 19 points. 7.4 came third In an effort to get parents
has been assembled for the .pub. the Orchard Villa convention in Ion who possesses such dynamicand with a total of 15 points. Indi. and adults to undemtasJ the

lic's entertainment, but the PTAof spearheaded; by our PTA Cafetorium chair.. well abreast qualities.It victual honorsgo to Clifton need of recreation In their lives
the school will suprke you man, Mrs. Inez Wilcox The was indeed a pleasant learn. Dukes: as he proved the iron daily, the North Dad Community
with their storehouse of hidden was highly entertained group the Ing experience for the children\ as man of 78. He scored 22 of the Center along with counselors -
talents. The public is Invited to creative dancers and the by drama well as the faculty who are for. 44 points. Robert Helms was from North Dade Hl'h'
see the Parent-Teacher bully students portraying "The Won. tunate to have been here during second in scoring 12 points. School sponsored this program
gully line and Mrs. "X" do the derful World of Hans Christian her visit.North. The winners of the various! with the idea in mind ID get the
twtet. Anderson", directed Don events and the times are: adults out so that t fiey could
by Stra.
This affair is destined to be chant 60 yard dash, Clifton Dukes, tell their story In their own
the most entertaining of its kindin Dade Wins 6.8. words as to why they don't take
the Coconut Grove area for Mr. S. Shatturn is spearheading 7 yard dash, Henry Austin, 7.9 advantage of recreational .facilities
many years. the YMCA drive here at Or. Attucks Track Meet Running broad Jump Dukes at the Center. However
Tickets are on sale at the G. chard Villa. 14 ft. 8 In. though the program was not as
W. Carver school and all active North Dade The 500 yard shuttle.run, 78. successful as hoped to> bf those
members of the PTA. Don Strachan, reporterMrs. ami High. shaded MI. Standing broad Jump Dnkes, adults who were present received
Carver 98
Admission adults 60 cents C. M Pearsall, principal tucks Relays title% .92 for the At. ft. 5 and three-quarter in. Invaluable Information.
here Saturday
school students 26 The 440 relay 73.
high cents
Dlllard had 61, Attucks 60, Del. .1 A informative skit entitled
elementary students 16 cents.J. Shuttle relay, 7-8 1:51.: very
PINE VILLA ray Carver 62, Maya 60 and Softball throw, Holm, 224 I "A Family Tnut Plays To.
Blanche Ely 32. Dunbar of Fort ft. "Head and watch world Myers was shut out. I performed by high school etu.
W. JOHNSON PTA your These competitions at the Cpn.I
grow" is the 1962 theme for Na.. Miami Carver's William Jack.. ter Is is full swing. Charles Mc. dents enrolled in Recreation
The PTA and Seminola eection tional Library Week, April 8.14 son won the 220->'nid dash, the Coy has proven to be the best of drama under the direction of.
of Hialeah presented Mr. E ind library assistants await the shot put and the discus, while I the players by winning the William H. Washington cultur.al
0. Primus, principal of the James dvent of this national celebra.tlon Ronald Carey of North Dade I double elimination tournament. specialist.

W. Johnson school with Appreciation On Monday, April 9. at took the 440 and ran a leg on William Evans wn second and The Annual Spring Dance Fev
Night. This took place on 9:30, they will present a playlet the winning mile relay. McCoy was third. Other playersIn tlval was a success at the Nortr
April 2 in the cafetorlum. entitled "Rumpelstlltskln." At the tournament were Willis Dade Community Crater the
Graduates" of the school were 1:30: Tuesday evening, April 10, Sims, Harold CoP In..., David night of March 27 This Cancels,
In charge of the program. James it the regular PTA meeting tltey SEE THE WORLD'SGREAT Dwight, Herbert Player Phillip the modern dance group wan
ft. Bowens. Jr, a senior at North. will give repeat performance.Two SPIRITUALAND McCoy, Herbert Tucker, Edward sponsored by Mrs. Mrs. A'vlnt'a
western High School and ,president film entitled, "Whit about PSYCHIC READER Reed, George Dell, Isaac Hep Floyd who is recreational lead.
of the Student Council, was I Juvenile Delinquency" and "You BISHOP burn, Henry 11111 and. Hewitt er at the center. Parttclratlng
the speaker, for the occasion and Your Family" will be shown HUNTER Matthews. also on the program were dance

The talk was very encouragingand also on this occasion. Throughoutthe I/ you are' pick or worried, don't There will be another chess groups from the Nathan D.
inspiring. James Bowens, Sr. entire week, new books will! fall to see me today Office hours tournament in the near future. Young Elementary School, Den.
Steve Marshall and Mrs. Carrie be displayed in the library and
dally 1 p.m. to 0 nle Thomas, director and the
Arnold spoke briefly on the dally broadcasts will be pieeent.3d t to 0 p.m. Thursday The Adult Basketball Tourna. Northwestern High School Mrs
growth of Seminola since the over the public address sys' p.m. Sunday 11 a.m. meat is now In the finals. Games Lowery director,
homing of Mrs. Primus to this tern on topics pertinent to writ. N> 3 p.m. have been fad and furious. The

'community. Many beautiful gifts TS! books and reading. Parents READINGS finals will be between the VI.
were presented. tnd friends are urged tn share kings of Coconut Grove and the
Mrs. Primus expressed her ap the experiences with the Pine '1.00 ;Warriors of Miami. The Warriors LOOK
predation and thanks; to all VI'la family. up defeated the Boosters of North Atmosphere that's what
'who participated on the program Dade 66.63. Leroy Gator was we have at the SATELLI'r'GT4OUNGIC. :
and those who worked with her Mrs. M. Chandler, principal M17/ 8W 17 fit. the high point man In a losing Some stereo Bounds

ihroXigh the many years to help George Sanders, reporter WESTHOLLYWOOD caure. He had 23 point. on our Joke box arc collectors: '

WRe J. W. Johnson and this 'a Mitchell of the Warriors pac I items unique 1 "Out of This
fcart of Hialeah what it I 1A today. ed the winners with 20 points. World."
The PTA monthly meeting was SEE THE SOUTH'S The Vikings won from the Satellite Lounge!
held on March 26. Two Boy FLA. PROP. HUNTKll Screaming Eagles 60.33. Albert 0222 N.W. 7th Ave.

Scout representatives were pres! LEADING COLORED I... ..
ent. Each spoke briefly on the
/petting up of Boy Scout and Cub

Clubs information in the community. They CONSULT HER For The Finest Apartmerts at Moderate Rates-Call
gave on how useful
such organizations are to the : ,

boys and the community.J. .
H. Reddlck reporter


The Resource Class which Is
under the direction of Denis R. .
'. Thomas, is culminating un activity
In creative thinking. One '
member of the class, Richard Let her years of experience guide
Illnton, Is busy preparing; in and protect you throughout life
Ea/rter skit for the the ship .
group. us a lighthouse guides I
, 1 presentation shall be presented In a storm. For success In buslIIPM .
In the school's cafetorlum the! and love.' t wfR AGENCY INCM
last Thursday before the Easter DON'T STAY IN TilE HUT. GET x, ,
Irene Edward, narrator for mice Hours: The largest collection and rental
City Elementary i a.m. 0 p.m.
:School Players, an organization firtrs. 0 a.m. toDAILY in the South operating in
'directed by D. Thomas If busy T '" "i. agency ;
;reheaslnp the play. The Easter
Rabbit which hall be presented Dade and Broward Counties'Negro
'over station WMBM during the
Easter season, as well as In the Sunday
:school's cafetorlum sometime 10 a.m. 3 p.m. Housing area
'this month. In the event that L. L. UKOOK8

you want to share In a rich experience HEADIXO91.0O

on Easter please come UT
out to the school. MORE THAN 0
i I et's bot forget to cpme to 2.1 YeArs Experience UNITS .
PTA Tuesday April 10 in the MADAMHUNTER 10,000 HOUSING
The Sunshine Committee want has FREE employment, service for
the' Bonded
public to know that one of 1657 N.W. 73rd ST.
our teacher, Mrs. Ethel Wilkin. NW 7th Ave.
son. Is still sick; at present, the MIAMI, FLA. Bonded's Tenants at main office,
Is home. Please visit with her. Don't Write Call in Person ,
Rents. R. Thomas
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62nd ST. _._.. OX 123
1878 ST.
Radio. HI-FI 1010 N.W. 8th
and tell TV. -
We repair Free DeliveryWe 8H OI ORAND AVE. _._ HI M881 Ft. Lauderdale __ JA 4.857
All our work guaranteed KD.
specialize in overhauling your set and will ghe 4240 N.W. 2Tth AVB. _..... NE 581M JMO HAMMOjnWLLB
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also specialize on I I'ompano _
new TV guarantee,
you a installation of outdoor antenna I 2000 N.W. lath ST. .._...... PL 0.0827 142.VJ, N.W. 22nd AVE.

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WAGE. 16 ,SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1 921 I I The the SATELLIE phenomenal Dot LOUNGE and MopDudley has Every Friday Night Effective Lowe 20 pounds medication weekly.!Injection

.z X'l t entertaining every nite, *. rbysidAn: gtiefc-} -
-- scheduling to meet the first,and": .'I never a cover chaise. Always a 1alLr.tti;: t' \
third mo&tjf ', pleasant atmosphere Nice! Dancing a .Entertainment 1545' SW lit St.FR .
r OROWRRD Sunday of each : 3tt:
II Satellite Lounge '
i the Chamber of Commerce $$$ ." ; 6222 N.W. 7th Ave. Liberty Theatre 3.2748
NEWS is Walter, A. Howe quarterinister; -,
c' Claude! Counts, commander
'. 'Jirhe : f''. ..., ., .
r- Beauticians Unit No.' '36 I t -
will present its .spring Anq il. :
loll at the Paradise,Club ,situ!'.. CLUB
'." Y, April 7.. Come ahd enjoy : )S 1
,',Ourself If'Donation $1.00. .*''".. 2"S, I .
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I The Senior Ushers' Boarl of :

'!Central Missionary Baptist \. I, : Open.Sunday 2 to 6 p.m.
Is celebrating ita anniversary ,1
Sunday, April, '8 afPlft. ,. -. 3 PUY(NOW! -- DON'T WAIT! ,'. ..
; Members:and: friends arInflied. ; I
By-WALTER BONE 6000 SW 20th St... W* t ;.j; w.; For those folios I whose homes will be torn down
Hollywood. Dro. George Smith,
31 N. E. 14th St. I"
J president; Wllhelmenla.; Sanders,
secretary; Bro. Newbold reporter. .**. HProudly ,IP''' IC'ES REDUCED
CWH Chamber
merce The will meet Monday, April{ Rev. E. J, Clark, utorr / ; .. Presents ,
9 at 8:30: p.m. All member u .
asked to be present. 1728 N.W. 51st Terr.
The VPW Post No. 8195 'Is'> Drive Ca treftService'Calls llyL!. 1 f KingMona
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1752 N.W. 51st Terr.
.tj ALL MAKES-ALL MODELS' .t-L'US PANTSLARR'Y' and Recording Star

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I And His Band 3 bedrooms*-Walk in closets
RADIOS, HI-FI AND, STEREO: REPAIRSWe Also appearing 0 Oven and range with hood w

Sell Used TV on Credit /
O Glass sliding'doors to patio
1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-8024 The Big Show ,1 ,,

11011 llfi II rlllTrTDl llrIlllfl T 11111 11 Tl 2 full tiled baths with vanities 'a.
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The Valadeers

HARMAR Tel. 667.6984
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Brand New Homes !

Come one, come all 3-BEDROOMS,- 2 BATHS FLA. ROOM
Open Sunday 2.5 p.m.
Let's have a ball Owner at 1430 N.W 59th St.
Newest Singing Lot 140.feet at 2161 N.W. 59th St. -

Adm. FREE Home, good income, duplex, 811 N.W. 57th St.
Sensation Lots for sale. Corner '1&xUO and 100x105
Many other in Liberty City, Save money. Build to orderS

BILL GRANT r on Drums Reservations- '.FR-4-9614 <

i-.: '.. 14th'Str&and ,

3" +riY Fr North Miami Ave. Drive by these homes then come by our office We

will help you; with the financing.. I ,.. .
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1. 819 NW 45th St. ** 't $450 down
For Sale t' t :< -'
Large CBS,. beautiful garden. .W |
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BEAUTIFUL 2 BEDROOMCBS 2. 3261 NW 45th Terr. $495 down

HOUSEOn Move right in this 3-bedroom home. 1 year old

3, 7552 NW 13th Ave. $300 down $55 Mo.
corner with extra lot.
4. 1177 NW 80th St. $300 down $77.20 Mo.
Closed garage, with large
3-bedroom CBS home '
porch, all large rooms, in* 1
,+ 5. 1411 NW 43rd; St. $400 down
eluding stove and refrigerator.
3-bedroom: home; garage.

Earl Grant Bill Grant $500 down, monthly 6.3001 !
NW 67tl St. $400 down

FRI., SA T., SUN. payments mortgage. $82.27.; FHA ....Tremen ou. house on large grounds. 3bedrooms.

7. 7753 NW !10th Ave. $450 down

.- .,APRIL 6,7,8- 4910 NW 10th Ave. Beautiful leJt' xo. Easily: uesd t. as 3-bedroom, 2 baths. :

t. Drive by Sunday. Will be I II

BILL GADDY" QUARTET opened 1.5 p.m. We have hundreds of other wonderful buys :
10 p.m.til) We are open Saturday and Sunday all day

FINEST LIQUORS :AND FOOD SERVED GOODMAN'SReal We will trade your old home or lot

f Take Expressway. :tq. 27th Ave. .
.. 4!;! 4200 N.W.,7"; AVE, Estate & Insurance FORD REALTY Inc. '

: Admission $3.00 2688 NW 62nd Street ,

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