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 14, 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: UF00028321:00312

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' Man AccidentallyKiled{ Judge Urges IntegrationAt

While Fighting Wife,' Cop r 'JLr Crowded Youth Hall

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Earl Field 33 died Monday r 'Mlrn -- -
The cost of segregation is

night after at Jackson he was shot Memorial through Hospital the .Cop Arrested, being Wednesday felt in Juvenile some quarters Judge Ben On ,Puerto Rican Charged

neck during a street scuffle witha Sheppard said he would
Miami policeman. Suspended For desegregation of Youth Hall and In Fatal '
field liv.,3d at 1800 N.W. 61st f the Children's Home in KendallIn .. *
Bt t oftfeer! E L. Kirklandbald 'an effort to save money and
rollc wife hailed..down his :.Drunken_ Driving help' the problem of overcrowd. I Curtlsb e Dennard,31,:of 102751
fa .. t died at KendallIfospital
atrb at the corner of 17th S.W.I76tIi $ ,
A' former plain clothes detee* '2.415: a.m. Wednesday-
Ave. and add said her I
sindtad; been beating her in live and veteran bolita raider was The proposal will be made to about five houra.ater he was stabbed -
sit car.Kirkiind. :suspended this week after his" arrest '. Y; the Dade Board of Visitors which in the"vit6mach.Pelegrih: .
controls and the "inter-
for drunken and reckless drive manages
said, after putting the nal affairs" of any detention home, S. C 91pn, a -year-old1
woman into the Police car, Field I ing.Assistant Police Chief James A: Sheppard said. Puerto' Rican, wa. arrested and!

came up (d the c-utd find 1 began to Youell announced thg suspension 9w, The chairman of the Boards A charged with the fatal l stabbing.
The esSault took duce,
scuffle During He struggle Field of Patrolman Chartaftt. Shellman, .
; J. Montanan said he did
attempted td et. 1. service pistoland 39. 'otic of the'first, Negroes to Lt. Agnes O. Rolle of tbe Army think "the community" Lt. John Esty''Wid' in
it accidentally went off, Kirkland join the force in 1D40. A hearing Nurse Corps, daughter of Mrs. for such a move although was he might ready Ossie I B's Place, a tavern on homestead .. -
said. I will be held before the Civil Service Jerod II. "Peewee" Rolle, Sr., of "personally agree' with the judge Ave. in Perrine.
I Board in Metro Court on 1628 NW 5th place who ha* Colon, who lived at 17325: S.W.
Field taken to the hospital
was April 26.Shellman. "Right now at Kendall have
I recently been selected to attend we 103rd Ave.,was apprehended while
where he died few hours later.
a who lives at 2561, the Anesthesiology Course for two schools and two groups of hiding in his bathroom. *
N.W. 153rd St., was arrested Sun.' Army Nurse'Corps Officer, at living quarters. At Youth Hall, ,
day by Metro Officer Robert Bal Latterman General Hospital, San many times the white section is He was quoted by Esty as saying .
Boy Plays ough for driving at an excessive: Francisco, Cal packed while the Negro section is that he iwent to the bar to re-
rate of speed at N.W. 27th Ave almost empty," said Sheppard. cover some money he claimed Den
Hockey DrownsPlaying and State Rd. 9. A native of Miami and a grad. nard took from him last week, and
Balough said he failed a drunk uate of Booker T. Washington "By ending segregation we could an argument developed
hookey from school in ometcr testJ.E.S.C.A. High School and Florida A and also end an expensive duplication Charged with first degree mur
Fort Lauderdale on Monday, a M University, Lt. Rolle com. of services which would save the der, Colon is being held without
sixteen-year-old high school stu pleted l the basic orientation pro. I county money" bond.
dent drowned in the New River
at Ft.
pram for Army
Levern Harvard, authorities said, Completes I Sam Houston, Texas, and was I
was using a mason's mortar boxas )later: assigned to Ft. Jackson,

a raft and It sank in the middle ,1"2-13 <8rgarizaiieii roO ." ....... ,- Daytona Bead Janitor[ Lands
of the river. Lenis Moreland, .

ashore a companion, but became, tried exhausted to pull him and The Board Af Directors of James The a few Lieutenant lava leave'' Is now in en'Joy.Inl' Miami. $10,000 Fish i;; to Build Home
E. Scott Community
had to be rescued by fishermen. and reports that she la having anne
elected officers for the 190263year tim. Lt. Rolle has BB her DAYTONA, BRACH A Jan. fish/; Boampo aaid of th.',tagged, ,
at its regular meeting on .
houseguest, MaJor' Cora L Tucker itor who caught a 12-ounce flab, salt water drum he caughtuWfrf...
Wednesday, April 11. Garth C? of Columbia, 8, C. who is the named "
of was a 110.000 winner neaday 'In the Halifax mrer"JroQ1&Broadway
Reeves Managing Editor the
A k a Head Nurse of the Obstetrical
Thursday in a fishing contestrun Bridge between' Daytona '
Miami Times was re-elected Service at Ft. Jackson The two ,by Scbllti Brewery, mainland and Da/ton
President: Attorney Gordon W.
plan to return to duty next
Taylor, First Vice President: Dr.; week. John ,Beamon, (3, maintenance
0. W. Hawkins, Second Vice President man at a funeral home eald he
; Mrs rJ. L DIxon, Secretary; lane to build a !house '
Mrs. CarlsP.netta Assistant Secretary

; and'rUene; E. Kefop' Manage personnel; Mrs. II Franklin Williams ?"! felt Jlbblty. -- I felt good '
Education and. Action i iRY
of:'the' Liberty, Squere4fout* Social ,all the way Into town with that 4 w"Y. n
"" 'tp "-"- ''' ;" r. *'snd George R; Williams,, Day
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M'y N The following Chairmen penons of Standing appointed Chairmen of other committees HONESTY( : 'WET POLICY _#ool

Committees: Mrs. Carl Rhetta, will be appointed at the next regular
Membership; Miss Lillian Kelly, meeting. Returns $73 Because

f air conditioning and cleaning men "It Wasn't Mine"Anna
y iY Laborers Join Union, refused to cross the picket line at wf
Miami Airport's new Air Route Bedell, an eightyearoldsecond
Traffic Control Center, Palmetto grade student at Holmes
Strike Ends
Expressway at N.W. 58th St. Elementary School, found on Mon.
Wednesday morning two pickets day a wallet containing "more r
When eight Negro laborers join. appeared for an hour, but left money than I ever saw before,"
ed the International Hod Carriers, when the eight Negroes signed 4he said.
Building and Common Laborers with the union. The amount was $73muchmore
Mrs. To Union Local 472 on Wedneadaypicketing Union scale Is $2.05 an hour. A than she .Bobq and a one-day strike ata union official and contractors on it was also "every penny" Ithe
million-dollar FAA .ulldlng the job, said the men went to owner 'IE.ule---rMae "Simmons, of
'Sp i1fHere under consruction ended.. w .. Work last October at the prevail :525 how 12th Ct., had tp pay
On:Tuesday more than SO union i ing wage scale of $1.90 per hour to her house ,'
tMra. EttlaH Barrow Hobo carpenters;iplumbcn, electricians i .nd had not asked for a raise., l Lt.. 'HtrWrt. 'llooyer 'Or..rie'. a
Bahal lecturer who V II''a. titter ,r \ I f 1 the who found the wallet near Native pf, ,.Miami, this Reeka
of romer Jtearywefebt. CBafoa ; ( railroad tracks on bw way to
Joe Louis. W'111.epeak Bayfront school I gave it to her teacher, whoturned named a rt'clplent of a"sreoo'award ;
Auditorium on Monday, AprU 1H' It over to Principal Thena to pursue a year of real

11 at ,8;10 p.m. + ,y owner.P. Crowder, who gave it to 4 the tic dency. training in general prae.I .
"Mrs. Bobo studied psychology
at Loa Angeles City College and "I gave it to my teacher>to 1wouldn't i. Annoii .m nt of Dr. Oreene'a
was once appointed by the late spend" it and 'cause itWasn't election, and that of 19 other
Governor Prank Murphy of Mich. mine, explained the honest I young physicians was made by
igan to tin State Board of Cos. child.. the American Academy of General .
metology a* aa lapector. Anna It the daughter of Mr. Prattle whose annual ;Scientific .
A member of the Local Spiritual and Mrs. John Bedell. 1337 NW I Assembly k now In session
I Assembly of the Baha'l 77th at. Her teacher is 1410'lorIDe here. >

Community of Beverly Hllli. Welch. i The awards, designed
; she baa Anna got a reward of $2. "I'm to
CaL, for yeara. ,
r COlt of' residency training for
traveled through many of the PF gonna buy myself a pink faster!:
her bonnet she said. deserrraf family 4octonuto-b ,
southern states 1It. !u41A.. ,
presented each
i are year by the
native Mate of 'Alabama.: ) aa"a, Reading about the little girl's I Academy Tunder a grant from
representative of the National honesty, Toy Salesman Henry V. Mead Johnson, Laboratories
Spiritual Assembly, of, the Baba'la Lein delivered to her home a EvtDTlllt. Idd.;
of, the United States... "Bobbie" doll, complete with
;;She 'Ie BOW on a tour.of proc- clothing. Another MIamian called Dr. Opens, a 1151 graduate i
lunation torte:< r ltbwhich and said she planned to send Alma of'Cobh' Avenue High School, +
baa spread ''to more than 255 an Easter dress.In Anniston Ala; received his II D.
countries and dependencies In a letter commending her, degree from Harvard University

118 .years. Hereubject', for tills :More than 18,000 persons filed paaa the bier of former Judge W, R. Culbreath of the Juvenile College 'of Medicine- la 1059. Bel
lecture< which 1*' sponsored by Paret Court declared: "So many now is In military service at
the Baba'"" of Dade County, will world's welterweight champion Benny "Kid" kids who have behaved Improperly Great Lakes }Naval Training Cea.
be "0.., goal.:'.- One Religion. last 'Friday. Part of the throng of fans and curioslty"seekors come f before the court that I am ter Illinofe and will begin M. 'l +
Donald Barrett will be chair are shown at the House of Albert where a large po- 'always? happy I to hear about the IIIDe'll ,practice residency at, 8t.
musical Interlude will bpresented ones who have done something Joseph Hospital Flint, Mich., la,
man. A -tie Northwestern lice detail was needed to handle the crowd. Paret was good and feel they should be July. Ht ('I the son of Mr. and

Senior High'by School Chonu.. buried from Corpus Christ! Church on last Saturday recognized. Mr. Daale)"' Greene, MiamiWW" s



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PACE 2 SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1662 Visits Lantana

K Of C Forum Panel Was s x, another The fSunsblne beautiful Club homecoming, attended o> ap

I V at the Southeastern State Hospital

at LaD aoa, Sunday, April
Interesting DiscussionPolitics 8. A Greyhound bus left Miami

at 10 a.m. with some 300 or ,
Religion one will be permitted to IS&y that more potted plants and loadedto t +

hfe controls the Negro vote 1n capacity with ex-patients,

Dade County and added that he friends and veil wishers. The
Finance, Indpstry condl.Uons Garden Club and other Organizations .
trusts that whatever the
of this city furnished
I they were In the past, the ".
And Labor Covered\ Negro will be dedicated in the many of the plants, which were
future in Dad County #ie lub. e much appreciated by all concern.

"The future of ihb Negro In scribed U the principle( that all ed. J'

*Dade County Was the general Negroes may have their eo 111. We cannot Ignore the fact that

ftO'plc %r dlscueston Sunday al- plete rights aid privileges with the students from our high
dignity under the la.s Of t Q e
sdhools Booker T Washington
'teradol1 at ,St. John Baptist
land at all time.
Northwestern North Dade to
eChI by a panel of local lead- :
e i all of whom are well versed Her, 'Johnson explained that mention a few did a magnificentjob -

\Ti one of five ptas 1I! of the gen. religion Is a necessary balance in making Ea ter> greeting _.-- --_.--
eral topic. The occasion was the to all of the areas related to our cards, which were given to all Arthur James Bell, son of
OAT KOACII Jit. the patients of the hospital. .
2'9th annual forum program well being. But he emphasizedthe ,
ol Clubs The Department of Classroom Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Bell of
the King be
eponsored by fact that religion must ,
Upon arrival at the hospital
Inc., a local mea'a club dedicated practical. We must renovate, but Teachers ef the Florida State Miami and formerly a student
there came a down pour of rain
to the cultural advancementof not eliminate the principals of Teachers Association 10 eponson which prevented the distribution of Northwestern High School, Is
An Ing a special All-out drive to
Ultml community.
the religion as a necessary balanceto
of the flowers. senior at Rochelle High
now a
the sale of FSTA bonds
appreciative crowd was (present man's ultimate goals, the Ret complete
to witness the occasion. erend said. from April 1627. In the meantime the rain School, Camilla, Ga.. where ho

Members of the panel Include Mogul DuPree DCT ceased, plants distributed.The has been selected as captain of
Mrs. ,
said that
Otis James
Henry L. Dalaban, vice-mayor of Negroes are extremely short we as In president, presented the idea at bus departed at 2:30 p.m the football team. He is also the

Miami, who spoke on the future\ our knowledge Of big finances. the midwinter Planning Confer.eQce recipient Of a four year scholar

t>f the Negre in politics; Itev.St lie told of the proposed bank of the group held recentlyIn ship at Fort Valley State College,

John Thedford Baptist Johnson Church( pastor, who of dls.cusser which is expected t* open In the Fort Lauderdale. Cato Roach If you drink like a fish Ft. Valley, Ga. He 'plans to enterIn
Miami 1 Negro area within a few Jr., outgoing FSTA president IiI SWIM September
rollgio&t Otis James, man. DON'T DRIVE!
weeks and which will be kiowna I being honored by the effort. Rose
air of the Afro.American Life __ __ _
DOT state u
Franklin Federal Savings and DuHart, secretary, is
irtM Partte Co., finance; H. Daniel:
Loan Association, complimentedthe coordinator: Mrs. Annie Lee
Latyg executive of the
Creator, Miami secretary Urban League project and wished it tntica Amos, librarian of Lakeland's '

Who discuMtoi Industry! and La. success. Rochelle Elementary School and Work InaNew York

bar; a*_l Mrs. Elizabeth Ylrrick, ''Mr Lang explained that we district DCT Is chairman.

+hAlrmfta of the Advisory Com.mlt as Negroes are going to have to 'Each teacher in Florida is
> <*.d of the Dept of Neighbor.UhabllitAUn give an increasing concern to being urged to buy one of the Maids and Mother's Helpers Cooks
hood ) housing. the main stream of American high Interest bearing bonds in ,

'ife .He added that we must any denomination from $10 to
Judge Balaban, who wa the Etc.
:first speaker, explained that he plan realistically, and that for I $1,000. The bonds, excellent In. ,'
was greatly concerned with the every advancement which we vestments, mature in ten years.
future of the Negro In Dad e make, we must be prepared to They are Issued to Jay for the e. .
undertake a corresponding re FSTA headquarters In Tallahas.
County. He added that the leadership -
cannot come from the sponsibility.Mrs see. Excellent Live-in Positions, Year Round

President alone, but it m u s t Virrick touched .n a very '
come from dedication of all men. delicate but Important point Bonds can be purchased as Private.Homes "
to build educational funds
The Judge said that he hopes no when she explained that those of \
for children to (provide extra
ens __. .- .,..,,- _. ; :\
fa, retirement security. TOP ,SALARIES '':
In buying bond' during the

I Iat Cat. Roach Bond Drive, you are All Jobs Guaranteed; ; ': .', ,
honoring your current president ., ,,
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for his tireless work; you arenvestinR 'Free Medical!
in the future of the ,

__ Florida State Teachers Aesocla. NO DEPOSIT!
tlon: you are helping your
school county district and your NO REGISTRATION!
Department of Classroom Teachrs -
'" win acclaim. The moet im. TRANSPORTATION ADVANCED!

portant thing is that you are
really Investing In you! Buy DROP IN PHONE OR WRITE. NO RED TAPE

your bond today!
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Ygs I
tin in portion to do so, will have WORLDWIDEEMPLOYMENT
fa[ trash others who may not
know, how to cure f.r homes antI
4 rojwtv i If we are to receive
hotter housing for everyone. She AGENCY I
Nino explained that In *ntar to
get better housing we must ex.
-rt oiirHelvefl, must be heard in 1307_ NW. 3rd Ave. FR35755

official circle* more, and imvt
e have Ntlckability. She added that
L ti' the future of hooting for the 4i111111111111ij11Yaiiti111111, 1 ii1.aal ,Li ilili
1 NC" f.t and adri e4 that we not panic
over the proposed Expressway or ,
any redevelopment plan, because
It is all a long ways off and
everyone will receive due and
/ proper notice before anything ia

It was a very fine panel dls.eusslon .
and should serve a very
worthwhile purpose to the Negroes .
of Dade Ceunty. -

Rev. Edward T Graham 'PU.
tor of Mt. Zion Baptist Church
served as moderator.

Music for the occasion was
_, _w.. ..w..no tarnished -by the Northwestern
and Booker T. Washington School

choruses.( Balwin Hepburn rendered Fs
two very timely solos.
) ,
a 'a Hostesses were members of the W 6 V
King of Clubs Auxiliary; Daniel s A ,

Francis,. president, offered remarks .
and presented the mem. LET US BUILD
bets of the club and W. Cogdell!,
principal of Bethune Elementary .
School, served as master of FOR YOU!
We will build on your lot or find you a lot

_,.._..w.JI'Iu41(1Ii: II FOR SALE 'NEW From $6,500CLOSING

The plctyrea are as follows: The Northwestern Senior High 3 & 4 Bedroom
Members of the panel and chorus, Arthur Evans, director! ,
their topics, from left) to right: rendered eeveral numbers, also. N0.., COSTS
Rev. Edward T. Graham modwv 2 bath homes
ator; Mn. Elisabeth Virrick; 4. Some of the members of the ONLY 1 MORTGAGE' '*
H Daniel Lang. Otis James. Club who sponsored tae forum See them corner .
Rev Thedford Johnson Atty. front row Dr. I. P. nark Daniel I
Henry Balaban Mr. Spears, aid I R. Prude Dr R. H. Green, MODELS
8th at 56th St.
W. C. Cegdell, master of cere Dennis Smith. Second row, Er 6345 N.W. 27th Are. Phone OX 1-4745
nest Crowdsr. E. W. P. Stirrup,
monies.2. A view ef the audience Hubert Gill. Ctrl U''ietta. Third PL 7-6663 or JE 1-5S73 13777 S. Dixie Highway Phone CE 5-8643

3, Members of .. T. Wa hlg. row, W C. Cogdel, L. L. Blbb,
Ion chorus that presented mule F. Mr. Reynolds, Dr. W. B.MurreU indf BROWARD COUNTY
forum. Mn. Leila R. Wll. and D. A Julius. ....a
for the 874 S.W. 40th Are. (State Rd. 7) LU, 14222I
Hams, the director, Is shown lathe I Members of ttje King of Clubs, Drive Carefully!
first row wearing ejwjlasses. Auxiliary served as ostea el. & .

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Johnson Urged To Step

Up Job Opportunity Action

l WASHINGTON' An urgent the Urban League officials as FAMU Law Students In .
appeal for close scrutiny and ""Bottleneck most urgently in
positive action In three crucial need of correction" if very Ne.
arena of manpower utilization in gro citizen 1 bs to have equal
which discrimination !. blocking footing to develor7'tiis fullest pol Moot Court At U Of MJunior
equal job opportunity for Negro tentlal in the nat! .n'. economywere
citizens was presented! personally; these!
this week to Vdoe President L'h. .
don 3. Johnson by top officials "1) Failure on the part of the .t and senior law stu.
of the National Urban League. United States Employment Service $ nente! of Florida A and M University '
and Its affiliated public \
; 4LgL are making extensive
1 The Vice President is chairmanof employment ..gendNn the .
the Pre.l ent'l Committee on states, to fulfill their obligation preparations to participate in the Integrate Augusta
\ Equal Employment Opportunity; to recruit and refer workers annual Moot Court Competition
Among responsibilities of that without regards to race, creed or sponsored by the Junior Bar
body is to insure that Negro cit. color. '\ t Section of the Florida Dar hereat I Lunch Conters
liens in every state share eqult. the University of Miami.
ably in keeping with their qual. "3)) Need for Federal govern. AUGUSTA, Ga. The NAACI
locations, in the job benefits ,pro. ment to scrutinize thoroughly The problem to be argued, In youth council Integrated lunch
vied by Federal subsidy and law. various training and retraining essence Is whether or not the counters at three major stores)
programs, including apprentice courts should adopt a rule of
Representing the Urban League ship training, vocational educa. practice which provide for losing here this week M the threat of
at a conference with the Vice lion and programs provided for 'parties in litigation to pay the Negro demonstrations during,
President in the Capitol, were under thtt. Manpower! Develop attorney's fees of the winning the famed Masters Golf Tourna...
NUL ,president Henry Eteeg; ment and Training Act of 1962. party. ment hovered.
Whiteney M. Young Jr., execu. Equally crucial is the need that
tive director; Nelson C. Jackson, the Federal government take I The FAMU law students will The youth, led by James Williams
associate executive director for positive action to insure Negro i compete against/ law students their president and Mfcs
program; Mahlon T. Puryear, 'citizens participate fully form the University of Miami, Rhodesia LaValle their advis.LaValle -
associate director for job development the University of Florida and advisor, were turned,
of New' York, and tit. "3)) The lack of significant ac. Stetson University The Florida away from one drug store.
Cernorla Johnson director of "compllshmeht thus far In the o Moot Court Competition is to be Local merchants elected to Integrate
the Washington office "Plan for Progress" of the Pres. !";:,tjtfk\ \ held during the Florida Dar rather than face national
(dent's Committee on Equal Job ; Convention which .meets in MI.
The three areas described by Opportunity." Lovely Augusta (Cookie) Cea. ami, April 25.28. embarrassment youth picket by the havingNAACP internationally .

sor, a coed at Dade County Jun. Four law students were chosento ; famed Masters Golf
+w- !'or College, Is pictured in a tYPe make up. two teams, with the competition which attracts
ical dance pose Miss Ccasor Is members of the law school fac. sportsmen from the entire ac .
the daughter of Mrs Willie ulty sitting as judges. The tion.Dugie's.
Ceasor, owner and director of members of the teams are: learn
Ceasor's University of Cosme. "A", John D. Due of Indlnnoplls,
tology. She la a liberal arts stu. Ind and Hemphlll ride', of Co.
dent and a member of the Mod. lumbla, S.C.; Team "B"( Alcee Guest House
ern Dance Club.TEEN Hastings of Orlando and Edward IIIFh T -
Rodgers of West Palm Beach e house of clean rooms'
Open 24 hour NE 4-3851'
I Don't be a Freeloader) Seeing is BelievingSee
us for clean rooms
Friday NightDancinl' Support the Fight for 29411 NW 47th St., Miami

Entertainment Freedom Jamaica Dugle, always a

Theatre 1 friend
Liberty Join Your NAACP INDF

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Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. S. Reeves, pioneer Miami ,

residents, will celebrate their 52nd wedding anniversaryon nibdcflial, .
Saturday, April 14. They have five children and nine

grandchildren, all living in Miami. r

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.. typing-shorthand contest 'atBethune I'Attention I Attention!
PAGE 4 SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1962 : Cookman College April
JUST. BROWSIN'By 7> Ctordoh 6 fMom's I I The baddies flub bf 5 re Hard

Tire Matrlette. Villa Elfemehtary l School will
hitchSir-lB improving I
Paul ,B. Henry
nicely after her set eht Operationat met.lig .
SiniLAVltew ;
In Washington ''D.C., Eptsco* i April. 18 a! $ bat> 11 iD-erncta;
,xitiAYbUiu4ELtf' I sire urged, to
Pres. Business
pallans byterians, Methodlstst.United and the United Church fire bWnglng$ hiisbantU W I of vltal"l liaportaanca. Harbld
meet the SntelHte'* nibre abd mOrel' ;. I, Braynon, presldentsT*
Main Of file at 074(1' N.W. 15th' Avenue-Phone OX 1.0421 of Ohrlbt discuss.representatives eonsolldatlon Mama Our alt 1t08 >heriJ moke* what jott I ..<',.1/
Branch at 1112 N.W Third Ave., Miami Florida-Phon* FE 82235 and bership>> of these churches nurn say .'Wbe-b. you tidy it mean mok-e I t. '..
Church union You'll Never blow \\'hat oni'mual'c See y3u Thursday April
II. G. Slt.lSAIUND; KEEVES, Bditor and Publisher ber 220,000,000. do ,
has been under consideration for and (atmosphere can
tlARTH C. REKVES Managing Editor
many years and some progress for yow conversation.) Try itf! 26 at the Big Omega Cabaret -
M! kert'1 ay Second Class Matter, August 9, 1027, at the Post Office has been made. Every nlte. .
: >tot Miami, Florida, under the act of March 3, 1876 Reports from this meeting are Satellite Lounge .Ball.'That .
that the climate for union la 6222 N.W 7th Ave. /-
StffiSClUr.TWN RATES more encouraging thaox It lias ,r. W. Jl-It H. ,T. IT IT T IT IT IT'.T T.T IT iT}f.if Jtl jLflJ r1'r1fJ11'r.'f' iT iTJIJI.T iT IUT JI.I.T.T.I iTf iT>T..i
\ 'ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $0.00 been at anytime during the, past :

.. Member of Associated Negro Press I 600 years. still which the Lord bath ordalnBda
Member of the National Publishers Association However, union seems ,
Newspaper might
sovereign mrifely : |
: ..... decade or more away. the
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lest instrument for the hwtflnfe, of. all
CUBAN REFUGEES Earnest Overstreet, retired r
Dade County tax collector, a the World is the tiflloh of all hit
The United States Immigration authorities report that, at Doctor's Hospital witha
>patient> )lit rile Universal Cause, one
:33,123 Cuban Refugees fled to Florida in 1961. This i is broken hip, fell from his bed
seven days after he had been in ,. commoii raithVl-Ri M'I&iiah
41i the combined total for the '
tan: cease of 4,373 over years the hospital and displaced a steel
-1S59 and 1960.According pin that had been inserted In
to the Immigration Department there were hk broken hip by eurg ry. ; The BAHA'IS/ of DADE, COUNTY

:165,810 aliens of all nationalities in Florida on January. that Two the hospital bed rail nurses was up testified, but PRESENTS

.. '30.- Overstreet's attorney argued.
";;* /The Miami Cuban ,Refugee Center reports about that if the rail was up he eould fiOBO
: ":,72,800, refugees 'as'of January 30. An estimated 86,600; hardly had fallen. out 'over the MRS. EULALIA/ BARROW
,top of the rail:
refugees are now' living here! ,According to Arthur,LfCzell,. A Circuit Court. Jury awarded : Sister of Former Heavyweight Chamjiidn
director of the Center. him 140,000.
Cuba's leader, Fidel Castro wants a cool $62,000,000 '*" 1 Joe LouisBaha'i
Charles Hadley is all smiles
in cash as a ransom for the 1,170 prisoners taken in the over the beautiful certificate and

ill-fated invasion at Bay of Pigs a year ago. I appointment he received as Lecturer of Beverly Julia, California, former
in Miami all out to save the Special Assistant Secretary of
Cuban exiles are going State from Tom Adams, Florida member,; Michigan State Board of CosmetologyShe
prisoners from serving sentences up to 30 years. They Secretary of State. will' bring you. the ONE solution to the World Problemsof

believe that $62,000,000 is a rather high price to pay, and j 5 today. 'I ,

they hope to make a deal with Castro to reduce the price The James E. Scott Community Bayfront Park Auditorium 5th and Biscayne Blvd.
Association, a United Fundorganlza.tion ,
The refugees claim they already have pledges for $26-
that does a good
(000,000( in goods and could probably increase that job needs a small electric stove. The time: Monday, April 16,. 8:30 p.m.

amount to $28,000,000.The Anybody got one to. give away? The 'subject: "One God One Religion"Music
State Department Press Officer, Lincoln White, Chubby Checker, Dee Dee presorted, by jthe Northwestern Senior JIJg School
:said that the administration will place no obstacles in the Sharp and Joey Dee are packing'em Chorus, Arthur Evans: director

way\ of the negotiations. in at.Miami Beach AudItor. THE PUBLIC IS CORDIALLY INVITED "
However, there will be no dealings with the refugees ium In their Twist Party Spectacular .

:situation. Late reports here are that Castro has agreed '*" '*" Cs I __ 1'I' ".":''' ,' ..." ,.......I't'fJ' !!1Jt..Ii..,_., ; III

to release 54 sick prisoners land that they will arrive in Tray girls at Cedars of Leba.
Miami on Saturday. non Hospital walked off their Be a Sharp Voter

There are also reports that Castro will make a deal objected jobs on Tuesday to because they I'
pushing the heavy
'with refugee representatives for release, "of the other 1,125, food carts through the halls Bill ELECTBill
.' > while serving I
prisoners. meals.
.. I
Officer Amos Brooks Is in

UNION BOYCOTT, OFF I Christian foot.Hospital Mrs. Viushtl with an Arm.Inected ,' Sharpcandidate

The Dade County Federation of Labor's "Scab County I I, brlster at la Mt.recovering Sinai from surgery for Constable

Boycott" to keep tourists away from the Miami area CS. of District No. 1 in the
came to an end on Tuesday. CORE broke through the Jim-

State Attorney Richard Irwin had declared the boy- crow Castle barrier stands Thursday at two Royal night Sharp .coming May election.He .

cott illegal and said it should be made' an i issue in court. when ,about a dozen Negroes ate has all the qualifi-
Mayor Robert King High who had asked the Federa hamburgers inside after being
said he served them to take out. Police cations to do good
tion to reconsider the boycott that, was highly a
were called but there
with the Federation's action felt that it was' no ', I
.,pleased and sure disturbance and no arrests were < job for this office.
Will b4 gratifying.news to every business man and personin made.f. Stand ,vielted by;:GORE ; "
Dade County. were at NW 7th'ave.. 'and 22nd '"Dill Sharp is well acquainted l
William J. Owens, president of the Federation, said 5t st. and at Biscayne Blvd at 30th Bonded Special Officer, Department Of Public Safety, Spec-

the :boycott was effective in a manner .we had not con S'S. ial Deputy Constable of the First District of Dade County anda

templated. A )Miami land salesman who member ot .the National ,Sheriff{ Association.: In addition
"We had not hoped for harm to the community but advertised "high and dry" lots Bill" Sharp ,has successfully: operated the Federal Detective

rather for some'sense to be knocked into the 'heads of our In Collier mall fraud County charges was W,indictedon dnea. Agency( for 1 years in DaderCounly serving both Retail and

elected] officials.: day. wholesale Merchants of ,Dade and; JBroward Counties, in their
1 A Federal Grand Jury said business problems. ,

Former Metro Manager 0. W. Campbell was in and Joseph Atlantic F. Cole, of the Cole Co., W. E. "Bill" Sharp reside with his wife' Marine, at 65

Miami this week to testify in Federal Court in a $527- made false claims Mortgage about Corp.the, N.W. 124th St. Your vote for him will assure you good service,

000 damage suit against Dade County by Palmer and Collier County property. Integrity and efficiency. Ask any of his clients, past or present,

Baker, engineers of Mobile, Ala. S'S. where the FEDERAL DETECTIVE' AGENCY EMBLEM Is displayed .
The claims that Metro broke its contract Beverly Harris of Northwest. as to his
company and
ern High won first place In the honesty.. Copies of clients on re-
when the controversial $20 million'dollar scenic causeway ---- Quest.. Pd.' Pol. ,Adv.
project failed, to get off the drawing board. >\ ;, ,' '


In Jamaica, B. W. I., a political battle between two BEACH .

cousins, Prime Minister Norman Manley of the People's JIM DECOURSEY
Party and Sir Alexander Bustamente of the Labor Party $375

came to an end on Tuesday with Sir Alexander winner. '

Manley's Party has been in office for the past seven StO M73 down full and price 110 llg mo")"V4". Only acre CONSTABLEFOR

years arid it was the consensus of opinion that he wouldbe tract 'In Palm Such Count .....
than' Smiles from Miami. Dlt.count
re-elected. However, :the voters decided otherwise. for loge parcili. 2 rsetntly 'DISTRICT 1
After ,being under British rule for more than 300 within 1009 computed yards ihow hard how roads clot

years, Jamaica will be granted her independence on August this land on M Is, go la In pragma.your own See car.It.w.lk The only candidate qualifiedby

6. She will then b. able to chose her form of govern. No Clear Intarait.ground with no .closing..,," ".coits...... training and experience
meit. frta Warranty Daad. no hidden
charges title Imurabl Highs VETERAN
The new premier has already made his choice in alavatlon than Miami Mac POLICE OFFICER 1. S ned 8 year Dade Coon
Miami "'.renc.. Miami leach ty Sheriff ,
his victory speech he said that Jamaica, will) sid with the Chamber .t Commarca. M.1. II'IOIl.' in Homicide Liquor and Vice, Juvenile WT.
Board of Raittori Coma to our TRAINING: 1. Federal
United Narcotic
States against Communism."Our office for full "Information, maps D.O. School Washington
choice i is democracy. We will make a !treaty and Information color slides ta you.or If wa you can praftr.mail' 2. Homicide Seminar, University of Clncln laU. 3. Dade

; with the United States to protect us in case of foreign I days Monty 25 back years If not to satisfied M.B, ta 30 County Bounty Police Junior College, Police Administration Court. 4 Dade
invasion," he said. Academy. Instructor Dade County Police Acavl.
Nat Ratner '
Realtor emy. PERSONAL
Premier Bustamente was displaced by Prime Minister M.B. Federal l Bldg. *.t'd. 3 children. STATISTICS: 1. Thlrt1.twoeanI old, mar.
Manley seven years ago.; Now he has displaced Manley. Corner UncolnWaahlngtenJE 2. Ve4eran-a years U. S Army. 8. Member
Well, the family still heads the Jamaica Government. 8-5664 Young Democrat Club, Moose, Fraternal/ Order of Polish

Jamaica, the largest of the West; Indian islands has Miami Beach, Florida *Florida'hu*** Peace Officers Association, Immaculate Conception
a population of? 1,600,000. I (Pd. Pol. Adv.)

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I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA'. \ swingingest harpist in the nation, Miami Ready for Night in Nassau I
J0 Hot Turner and his usual ,
SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1962 PAGE 5 I Papa
revue with Bobby Marshall are a
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vtl : "Chicken Scratch" DuBolse and

",,1 his band'Supplying the, music.

Clyde sez call him for your reser. *

Around Miami vations. Then on Saturday night 1" :
a he will have the Upsetters, The

Slim Twins and Valarie Carr Do I Y1WSL.
.- <*. not forget Sunday is the time for P H I
the Kite In Nassau with your Nas
By DAVE BONDU : sau Daddy, Clyde Killens, at the

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Earl Grant brought the crowds at Miami i ,Springs, 43 players and:i( The people met the candidates,
: out to sec one "of the nation's their guests went to Baker's Fa-. under the direction of the Bonded
finest performers at the Himpton: mous Corner for the 19th hole :Rental Agency Public Relations:
House, backed up by a big 10-) Staff last Thursday was a huge ;
piece band And as you Ml and Banquet. and trophy awards with success. Under the direction ol t
look around/ you get the peeling dancing, to the music of George L. L. !>"")"}n, and Chvles\ Lock
of relaxation.The Wright and his band I hart this was the first time in'Florida
big band strikes up aid Politics that all of the
Earl .makes his appearance As The Savoy Sattelite did it again! r"HMa' '* from both! partH! have
he enters the stage, you can see As you know, many jam sessions in l'I h, ,'p:' tiuiitv h ini >* ome
"Pro" written over him. His this town have been advertised as of the leading citizens and explain .
"Lonesome Road" had the house such, and have always ended up their platforms in an in
rocking. This was arranged by being somethingelse.. Last Sun formal way Mr. Brooks and his
his brother, Bill Grant, who plays day, they had 'What I would really staff are to be congratulated fora
drums with Earl. Bill is the only call a Jam Session with Mop Dudley worthy community service anda s
drummer, in my opinion, who steeriing the crowd in the job well done to please all can MkiAT
could replace Sonny Payne with groovingest groove. Among the didates and invited quests
if don't many artists sitting in were Eddie
Basle, needed. I really
Dr.Albert Edwards eating Conch
think Bill is going to change, but, Christopher on organ, "Jew Boy"on Salad and smiling to himself .
said 'this that this tenor Alex Stephens gui
I on
to say young ;
Sam. Moncur is said to have left
man is one of the greatest drummers tar, Jimmy Reeves on Vibes, Ly' the Mary' Elizabeth Hotel ;i
ing Bill Brown alto
have on and Joe
I I ever hear '
for bar maid.Ddores '
same goes pretty
As 'for Earl, let's give credit on vocals. As manager, ( Caffee from the MiamiCarver
where credit is due. From a romping Bill Harris, tells me this For the teenagers,
organ solo to a Helen Morgan and Sunday promises to be even better Frank DuBoise. will play for a
ish style of sitting on the piaro! more exciting. I suggest that. dance at Mays High School Easter
he captivates the audienc with you get there early cause the 'music Monday at 5:30: p.m to help raise
his soft voice with the bip hand I starts at 3 p.m.. funds for School Uniforms. All
sound. If you missed th> Earl teen-agers are welcome. It promises 'NIGHT IN NASSAU
"Grant Show at the Hampton House; Pretty Boy Knight Week: "Mr. to be the biggest dance ever
you really missed a treat. But Lucky" ( Beat). held in Goulds Lovable Roy
don't, fret, Earl Grant has been Pretty Girl of the Week: Gwen Hamilton is coming to town April ready
held over for another week, and i dolyn Bullard. 27 28, 29 on May 11th, Balladier annual Night In Nassau, which comes off on Sunday night,
you'll still have a chance to see' Man About Town: K. C. Smith. Johnny Hart man will make April 15, at the Harlem Square Club Pictured above is
and hear his band and this geniusat I' Happy Couple of the Week:. Dr. his first Miami appearance Older
work, plus an added attractionof and Mrs. J. 0. Brown women even swoon when he Sammy McKinney, one of the happy dancers at one of
a full'revue of 14 people doinga Record of the Week: Frank Du. sings I've seen it with my the recent Night in Nassau attractions, doing his stuff.
special show. Boise's "Chicken Scratch" own bloodshot eyes. And with Killens is expecting the biggest aad finest affair he has
* that, I still say let's all live
The Par& Birdie Club of Miami The Glass sez he's loading both life, every golden minute of It. ever sponsored in his serins! of successful Nights in Nassau
played host to the Rogers Park barrels this week end with recording PEACE! Admission $1.50 advance $1.75, at the door, and far

.Golf Club of Tampa on last Sunday artist Valarie Carr and table reservations you may see Nassau Clyde or Lucky
.: 'After the ,golf tournament holding over 4 Olivette Miller, the I Drive Carefully! at the Knight Beat-FR 3-3381.



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her sing: .. .; SINGING HARPIST Hear him sings Forgive This Fool, Ebb Tide, I'm

t I.y ,. J t Gonna Sit Right Down and Cry Over You, You'll

"So Goes My Love"o. '- 1 1 Never Walk Alone, Pledging My Love.

"You're The Greatest" ', PLUS SAT. ONLY

,.,, ,., : ADMISSIONS
,.ft ...I}('< y;!t\'), : The Slim Twins

?i'j k.'.;: "Left There Crying." ',,y. ,.1... ..I; ,(f,: And TJieUpsetters Friday, April 13 ." iff" .. $1.50t

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EVER CLOSED Good thru April Ulh,.Weller's AG Store Only

Beef Liver Ih 290IN
Chitterlings $1.69 .
Neck Bones Ib 15CTALL HYGRADE i .B* LB.

Blue RibbonNapkins 303 CANFOOD
100 PURE LARD lb 190 KING

300 CANOak HillTomatoes DUBUQUE-aaZSSausage Cut Green Beans

10* in oil 25CGOLDEN Pork and Beans

HUNT'S-8 OZ.Tomato. EARSCORN Black Eye Peas
Sauce ,5 for Z90. 'With,or Without; BaconSpaghetti
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10 POUNDS Watermelons 3ge .
Potatoes 290 18 Cents

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Biscuits 3 for 251 "

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Giblin's Motion To >

To Europe SATURDAY, APRTL 14, 1962 PAGE

July 13 August 13 Mrs. Robert L, Vann, president Mrs. Cooper'I
Quash Indictment Denied of the Pittsburgh Courier Says "Thanks"
Visit nine countries la Europe Publishing Co., Is Issuing a
that will Include famous and exciting nationwide Invitation to join the Words cannot express the deep
Trial in Dunaway's excluded from grand juries in cities of England, Holland, greup. appreciation and gratitude that 1
Dade County. Giblin also argued Belgium, Luxemburg, KJermitny, hold for the many friends wh,
Murder to that the 10-man Grand Jury Austria, Italy Switzerland and The ttur Is $99.00 down and visited and prayed for me while
Commission co t avoncs the France by joining the Friend $40.06 a month for 24 months recovering from surgery IB Mt.
Open May 14 state constitution*: which says ship Tour of Europe. will include the total' costs of SinaI Hospital. The donations,
that no special law shall be $969.00 for this all expense trip flowers apd hundreds of cards,
This year the Pittsburgh of a Iif4 time. For those I I ,
passed for county changing state Courier payingcash also helped' to make my seven
By ELLIOTT J. P1BZB and Inter American
$99 deposit will sold I'I
requirements for Grand Juries. your weeks of needles and doctors
A motion by former Circuit Travel Agents Society are joining reservation This tour will more !bearable Thanks.
Juge Vincent C. Giblin to quash WYNN PRESENTS STATE sponsoring .this escorted, all Inclusive lltve you ef all anxiety as Special thanks te the r _I
the first degree murder indict CASE to all expense dream tour travel schedules. r8.1 I pastor, officers, boards go missionsand
ment against Mrs. Eugenia B. Assistant State Attorney Wynn Europe tips, hotel, taxes or cvstonu. ,members of St. Jamas AME
Thomas, wife of former Municipal presented the state's case He language problems translators Church, Rev. J. B. Blacknell,
Judge L. E. Thomas, in the told the court that he had stud. and guides always at hand. pastor, and to Mt Hermon AME
killing of Mrs l Beatrice "Tiny"Dunaway .led grand jury systems for Inure The Church of Opa Locka, Rev.
was denied on Monday: than group will depart IdU-
15 years and that he thinks Samuel
afternoon by Circuit Judge RobErt the Dade County Grand Jury i. 4 wild Airport, New York City Due to those pastor.acts of Christian l
The denial follow, aboard a JCLM Royal Dutch DC8 .
L. Floyd. one of the finest in the
country. goodwill
am the road
Jet Airliner
July 13 and
the motion arrive -
ed arguments on Wjnn rend a very coml>raben. to recovery
before Judge Floyd and cauie in sire charge to the Grand Jury of back In New York August Mrs. Claudia
countermotion 6 after 23 glorious days and
the granting of a 1059 which was prevent by
or a demurer filed by the none other than Glblin himself wonderful nights on the conti.
State Attorney's office to have who at the Unto was a Circuit nent. Attention Ladies

Oiblin's motion turuod down or Judge, in which Glblin praised All interested clients are ad.
denied by the court. very highly the Grand Jury p>'i. j I vised to write to Nerth' Travel Mary F. Dlr.
Giblin represented Mrs. Tho. tern In Dade Count)'. Wynn added Bureau, 1104 NW 3rd ave. and on, a talented
mas and the,'other three defendant hat he had much more regard get further particulars or, and, | and experienced
In the case, namely, Au. :or Glblln, himself than he hits an early booking. A deposit will beautician has
brey W. Henry Jr., Clarence for his motion to quash the in. t reserve your teat for this :Euro ', again added to
Simpson and Joseph Williams dlctment pean extravaganza.Any her wide knowl.
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are being represented by the following Wynn explained that'' It was ; edge of trends
attorneys:' Bernard Wei not true that Negroes were ex. group of ten or more per. (. I in the beauty
der Is defending Simpson, Lewis eluded from the Grand Jury box sons Interested in a European, A I world.
)f... Jepeway.. is defending. Mil. as Negroes were included in the South American or Caribbean Just last
ling's case and Henry Oarr Is de. list of Grand Jury panels to the movie showing of what the summer she
fending Henry. Carr, however, past several years. lie also ad. people of the country they plan .. attended the
was net present at the hearing ded that Giblin has failed to al. to visit leaks like are asked te Hair Weev Conveatlon that was
on Monday. lege that his client belonged to contact North's Travel Bureau held In New York City. While
The State was ably represent.ed the excluded working class It North's Travel Bureau (treasurer and arrange for a movie showIng there she learned many new hairstyles
at no cost to the
that were true. group.
by Assistant State .ttUrnejsJohn for the ITAS group) Is con. under the direction of the
Wynn, Roy Lee JOIKS and Wynn maintained that the ducting an allout appeal for participation Fraternal groups social Hollywood Academy Beauty
Jerry Kogan. State Attorney special act of 1957 applicable to in. this gala European groups, travel clubs, civic or Sehool;
Richard Gerstein was also pres. Dade County alone and setting vacation. church organizations are also For an up to date natural hairor
ent in court but did not parti up a 10-man Grand Jury Com. The group will be made up of extended this .privilege ef showing weev hair style, visit MaryF.
clpate in the arguments. mission to pass on jurors, prev. vacationers from all over the these movie travel films at Dixon at the Chrlitalee's
lonely had been found constitutional country. I no cost. Beauty Salon 806 NW 3rd are
GIBLIN FIRST SPEAKER by the State Supreme Phone FR 1-6354.
Glblln.. who asked the courtto Court.- --
quash the Indictment on the Following the arguments,
grounds that the Urand Jury Judge Floyd announced h's! de. .' Taste the sunny morning flavor of.,. '
which Indicted Urs. Thomas and dslon.:
the other defendants was uncon.
stltutlonal, presented a long list TRIAL SET FOR MAY 14
of reasons to support his Now that the motion to quash "
charge. He was the first to I the indictment has been denied, -l
speak on the motion. the formal trial will begin on
Glblln charged that since 19(7 Monday morning, May li at 0:30 "chenleq
Dade Grand Juries have systematically in Judge Flojd's court.
excluded a proportion. Another capacity crowd of
ate share of worktn; class cltl. spectators was, present at live r ;
lena and discriminated In favor bearing 1 r'.
of the wealthy. Glblln also Bald M.... Dunaway was shoe and j ,
that since there were no more killed during a holdup and I'Oh. Illli I Kji'J
than six Negroes listed. In the >ery of .a suspected boUta count '
500.name Grand Jury box, they ng house on Oct. 28 1001 at *
(Negroes) too, were virtually 1601 NW Oth place. ",:r'

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Pier Frank DuBoiseOn Earl Grant Held OverThis
week the Hampton House .., ,
iOn Chanel 10 Lounge presents on Thursday, or' '
Lowers Bars : Friday, Saturday, Sunday, the
,J I' Frank DuBoise, band leader at dynamic Earl Grant with broth.er -
Wednesday,'County Attorney Beat will Bill, held over by popular
the Knight appear on
Davis ordered the end of demand Aleo the Yolanda John
Darrey segregation on the Haulover Beach Channel 10 at 3:30: p.m. Satur. son Revue featuring Jose Suarez. r, iJfIi1'
fishing pier. day, April 14. Show time Thursday and Fri. :
day: 10 p.m to 12 midnight. .W .... ...
A 30-year lease was granted the A group of teenagers from: Saturday and Sunday 10 p.m.,
Haulover Beach Fishing.Pier Inc. :local high)schools will accompany. 12 midnight and 2 a.m. OX 1-795&' f : 22nd Ave. and 69th St.
in 1953. The county receives a lira in:, doing: the Chicken Admission $3.00 (tax included '
minimum rental of $3,500. Scratch* ) per person. Reservations re.

Last month, two Negroes were I JI' quested 3 BIG HITS
denied admission to the pier. After .."...., ______
reviewing a preliminary opin HELD OVER =L ,
ion prepared by an assistant county
attorney last week, Davis said MGM presents
the pier sheuld be open to Ne THE THE AJULIAN BlAUS1EiN PRODUC110NF

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VFW Highlights ,. F ;

Comes this Saturday, Aipril ''RITZ THEATRE
14, it will be "Installation of
Officers Night." This affair will
take place this year at the
North Dade High School begin.
nlng monthly at 7:30: p.m I II
Modern TheatrePRESENTS I
The Installing officer will be
the District Commander, John Starts at 8:40


First Lt. Melvin R. Jackson 4 /
Post 5693 of Opa Locka, is proudto Z
announce that Kernell Dames BOBBY MARSHALL'S'AMATEUR
has been elected as Post Commander
for the third year.. This Q'TORUISi2a s
commander has done such an SHOW
outstanding Job with his post

that the members seem to wantto _.
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keep him on the job. ,
Roy McCormes was elected to Every Thursday Night 'I! V,"
the office of Sr. Vice CommanderThe "' :I '
Jr. Commander office wentto at 8:00Contestants J/? 1t, ,;
Archie Foster, a past com. .'./
mander Oliver Maycock w a I ; : r-I
again elected to the office of .... 1fa --.... "'.t' : Starts at '11:00
quartermaster or treasurer. Thisis t
Comrade Maycock's fifth year Cat dra imn. r lwia "" r
holding this office. 4 ,M,
may register '
The Judge Advocate office lAC GINGSifiHlC
went to Robert Jacobs Jr., who at the box office. '
than has held once. that post for mere F;;; I; / E

Emory Gibson was re-elected All ages, 6 to 60 pNllt
'... to the office of ,Post Chaplain
". and this'marks his seventh year, ," ... '
't"7 'in that office. A newcomer and If you can ,sing, act, : l
new comrade to 5693 w a a
elected surgeon and that' TAB At. dance'or take,a ,chance '
".",. bert Treasvant. Comrade James J a ,
,;' 1f: ?
Hall marched off with the true ... 'j
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tee three office
year \ 'ff.
Again this year the highlightof "
tile installation will be the ,nmMSrroM WJlUlZl.noe baaonnwa IOIIfI+ a"sfCINs
Ladle Auxiliary marching unit "Come on Chill'un" L::" ScoPE Aft"" "ahodunnr.hw ctla,
At the North Dade School they BOBBY
will not be pressed for space .' Starts at 7:15
and will be able to parade to their
delight. -
This year the installation par. SUNDAY WEDNESDAYStarts
ty will be held at the spacious
home and lawn of Mr. and Mrs. at 8155
Kernel! Damee at 2260( NW Mlghb MaraudersUROARING -- -- .,.,---,
154th street. This affair will
start as soon as the school affair
Is over and will last 'til mid. '
night The public in general Is INTEAURIANDA FROM 0AaRY1 P.ZANUCK pt"'"
Invited, '

Really you don't have to have
them. Clfio, ouV charming day ;:: T1&eXng
time bar maid, makes an effortto WORLD TREMBLES!
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lite. Every day the Satellite Is i1k4t'a crI
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Junior\ and Senior High
School bad two students who
received excellent ratings and
eight who received honorable

Josephine King, received an
excellent rating for the project- 6 i '
Striatran It's effects on Rats"
and Thomas Harrington receivedan AftY14MlU!a 10uUfRflY

excellent rating for the pro.
rw y jest, "The Biscayne Acaulfler."
L 1 In the senior division the win. i

ners were, Shirley Oliver BookerT.

Rice, Eloise Cowart, Saundra
.r Vllllams, Lee Brown, and Carol
The Junior winners were,
Clarence Brown and Verbert
1.:......rs......._......""" T ------Yw Anderson.

The science students were all
North Dade Thespians'deceive engaged in the most recent eel.

I ence research such as: Auxins. ,
Inducted Parthenocoduyp Trans t

NationallRecognition erability of RadloUsastopes, Uptake ..
aruer M
of 1131 and P3 in Guipies ." "i tNtsearst .w 4L
North Wade High School recphed presented the play at two festivals and Cabomhas, the uptake of ; Aauut+fBARKIEY'S
national recognition twice I (University of Miami High 1131 in the Thyroid of rats, odor

In one year according to Charles School and State Speech and threshold, Will Nerve Cells Mul.
D. Wyche, principal He happily Drama Conference, Florida A iply? Can mental abilities be
displayed Dramatics Magazine as mproved Thorazine TO. Alca.
and M) and presented a cutting
announced that the photo on rats
he that of the North version of It on television. effects on Chromatography. ---- .-....--..-_.-.. .. ..- __.. .... ...._ __ _.. ...._n_ _____ _
the cover was I The teachers who worked with
Dade Thespian Troupe In a scene The second National honor re. the students from the science science and Alvin Bryant 9th awards. These students will en.
I for the
from "Medesa" last year's 'pro. ceived was an Invitation lepartment were. Mrs. Nettle grade science.
at the 29tl ter the local A and :M University
Thespians perform
Is the official
duction Dramatics Doyle, biology; Mrs., M Wright, The school is really pleased
National Annual Conference of the Nation.al science fair and the Future Scientists .
publication of the and science
I I Biology department with the enthusiasm and Interest
A and IM University, May ,
Thespian' Society an organlza. .lead; Bennie Samuels, chemls. stimulated In the students to of America National Com.,
3 and 4. The organization, com.pos.ed
of teachers and students de
of of the NaUon'fleading cry; Lonnie Walker 7th grade cause them to accomplish these petition.
voted to the advancement of dra. >

mattes The photo in the Includes secondary BettyTucker schools. invites colleges an outstanding and. universities high r ? .THO ati .: .u. Co ,, 'i 31N rUPTAK ''Ig01 1 = 1r1, ,. ..
school drama to perform
Roland Benson, Willis M. group
each national .
Cummings, Johnnie Ruth Speight, meeting I

Yvonne Rolle. The Spotford Thespians and received Shirley a cause North it has Dade a unique was selected speech and be. I1PfrJIi;: ______________ _
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lot of recognition from their pre. drama program and its The) ____
mentation of "Medea" both local.. plan Troupe has presented such
ly and state-wide. In additionthe outstanding plays as "Raisin In _
two scheduled performancesat The Sun," "Family Upstairs"and ? _

the high school: auditorium, "Medea" i ir
the group gave a social for a community group: i ed by Jim, Randolph.

North DadeRecreation Junior College

CenterThe Program Sunday w

The Northwestern Center of

championship game of the the Dade County Junior College, ;tiPNr "'2G ulArtON 'tI t"otC $ rW _
Adult Basketball Tournament :department of humanities and !{PPIISw NQ, t 16011IA5 1 rt+ QIf1
communication, will ipresent its
between the Vikings and
played I
first annual program on Sunday,
the Warriors reached its climax
April 15 at 4 p.m. in the North.
with the Warriors Rains
196. western Senior High School aud.
78. itotlum The central theme for _

W. Francis, a member of the this 'program Is entitled "l\Iut.le + MAt1'snior'.iOF. EW
and Literature From The Renaissance
Vikings became high point man -
scoring 39 points with Albert .
Stirrup of the Warriors trailing The college brass ensemble and
close behind with 33. the A Capella choir, conductedby
This basketball tournament Is Prof. Robert Thomas, and the
the first of a series of various Starllghters, directed by Prof.
events that will be sponsored Howard Carter, will be featuredat
for adults by North Dado Recreation this performance. Musical selections
Department, located at by Jalextrlna, DILassoand
North Dade High School. So be Marky along with readings'
on the lookout for events to be from Shakespeare will be pre.
held for adults. seated

The Center is sponsoring bowl. In addition to tho above pro.
gram there will ze aa Art ExhibitIn
ing classes four days a week i
the lobby of the auditorium.
Girl's classes are held Mondayand .
Admission Is free and the publicis
Wednesday 3:30: to 6 p.m.
Boys classes are held Thursday cordially Invited., .-.--.---.-.... AnnouncementWelcome Northwestern/ A
afternoon at 3:30 to 5
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The Membership Committee of gro achieve the privilege and

the Miami branch of the NAACP responsibility of the ballot;

will sponsor a dinner next Stands as a bulwark against police .

GREATER NEW BETHELOpa Thursday night, April 19, at brutality and has fought for
INCARNATION Program of Sacred Ebenezer Methodist Church, :years for the elimination of mob

Locka 1042 NW 3rd ave. Serving will violence and brutal racial terror.
Fr. Ellsha S. Clarke, vicar MusicThe
Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor start at 7 P m. and the donation
Palm Sunday Servlses: Low Mrs. Wllene C. Robinson, Sec'y will be $2.60. Mrs Marian Mul. Wants an end to all segregation .

Mass 7:30 a.m.; Church School Dorsey Junior High School I drow, Membership Chairman, In education, and brought
Thursday, April 5, the choir, Choir will be presented In the that there will be a short the suits before the U. 3. Supreme .
Mass thestoryX
Solemn Sung reports
9 a.m. usher boards and several mem. program of Sacred Music on Court that resulted in the
of the Cross in Bong 10:30: Interesting program ,
Immediately following eervice bers of the church boarded a Palm Sunday at the Church of the alms and purpose of the decision 1n 1954 stating that

a.m. the traditional Palm Sun. special bus and journeyed to the Incarnation, 1835 NW 64th ; NAACP. Proceeds from this segregation In public school ed.
St. at 7 p.m. The choir la under Drive Kickoff din. ucation was unconstitutional. Has
outdoor procession. Tampa to hear de. I Membership
day our pastor
I the direction of William S. will toward obtaining the ucatlon or equality and fair treat.
Solemn Evensong with a pro. liver the evening message at the I Johnson. The public is cordially I ner go to work in ment In matters of transportation .
services of secretary
gram of Sacred music 7 p.m.; General Baptist State Conven. nvlted. I'the NAACP a office during the housing, medical and ho.pi.
guest, the Dorsey Junior High vention. 'ev. Smith held the tal care; Is still fighting for no
School choir. audience Spellbound as he de. drive. discrimination In public recrea.

Holy Week Services: livered a soul stirring message, BAHA'I ASSEMBLY Tickets may be obtained from tional facilities and places of

Monday, Low Man 6:30: a.m. Our hearts were filled with joy Miss Olive Alexander, executive the following people: Mm. Vir. public accommodations such as

Corporate Communion for Sts.. as he emphasized the Importanceof director of JESCA will weak at nell Albury at the Afro-Amerl Hotels and theatres, etc

Ann-Margaret Chapter and St releasing our hearts and the Baha'i Center, 137 NW 11th :can Life Insurance Co., 840 NW YOUR PARTTo

Elizabeth Chapter. mind to God and resisting not Ave., 8 p.m. Sunday, April 15,. 3rd Ave phone FR 4-3516;
against Him. Mrs Marian Muldrow, phone be a member in such an or.
Tuesday, Low Mass 6:30 a.m. Her subject will be "Fan One
Corporate Communion for Sacred The No. 1 choir, under the di. Family." The public Is cordially FR 9-6065; Mrs. Irvena Primus1, sanitation is not only an honor,

Heart and St. Theresa's Chapters. rection of Mrs. Evelyn Thorpe; Invited to attend. Phone secre. phone PL 8.6483; Mrs. BilllePltti. but something that will give

Devotion for chapters 8 a.m. sang out of 'its soul. The pastorwas tary, FR 1.5420 for further In. FR 3.5884. and J o h n you the satisfaction of knowingyou

Wednesday, Low Mass 6:20 most apreciative of the sup. formation. Barkley, NE S-2198. America are working democratic for a better
a more so.
am. Corporate Communion for port extended by the members
WilY TUB NAACP? ctety and more equal opportunl.
junior and senior EYO and the I and a most enjoyable time was
fot ties for you and your children.
TEMPLE BAPTIST The National Association
Episcopal Churchmen. had by all.
What the NAACP has accomplish.
Solemn Song Mass the Advancement of Colored
procession Thursday,of the Blessed Sacra.. I Rev. L. A. Thompson pastor People seeks to end racial dls- ed would take up more space

ment and stripping of the Altar NEW BETHEL BAPTIST Palm Sunday will be observed crimination and segregation in all' But than even is available though much in this has column been
I public aspects of American life
6:30: a.m.; Junior choir rehear .. 1571 N. wTTsth Terr. with appropriate messages and Tills objective include equal' done, there is still the need fur
sal 5 p.m.Friday : music. Plan to spend the day at members and memberships Discrimination .
Rev. Ernest Williams justice under law: protection of
the Mass of the Pre. I pastor ,Tample.
Deacon Fred Williams, reportetOn the right to vote; personal secur. and prejudice are
Sanctified 6:30 a.m.; the Seven I Under the direction of Mrs. against mob violence and still with us In many area of
Last Words of Christ from the last Sunday morning our A. Newbold and Mrs. V Strachan Ity the end of police American life, but membershipin
Cross, 12 noon to 3 p.m. pastor delivered a powerful ser the children ; legre- this
I are preparing for gallon in public education, in organization will help to
St. Cecelia' choir rehearsal, mon and it was enjoyed by all i their Easter program. Every effort transportation, |n housing.* finally topple over the remainIng .

8 p.m. '' Sunday night the Rev. Thomas Is being made to make this health and recreational faclll. barriers to freedom.

Saturday, Lighting of the new Taylor delivered. the sermon. It one of the best. The choirs are ties, In libraries and museums'', If you believe' in: freedom, If
was uplifting.On also
flrt, blessing of the font and Holy being whipped Into shapeby and in such places of public ac: you believe'tht'tbe'Ne'po'Is.en.

Baptism 6 p.m. this Sunday night, which is Director R. Ilepburn. commodation as hotels, theatres, titled to all I tbe' ntgbts'aa4: 'privl.leges .

The Saints Ann-Margaret chap. Palm Sunday the No. 1 and 2 All auxiliaries will make their restaurants and taverns. accorded other citizens,

ter of the SCW has changed Its choirs will render the music. report at the quarterly confer. I' you nfust'' believe In the'. NAACP.
date of Fashions in Orbit and There will be a sale at the ence Tuesday at 7:30 p.m Translated Into everyday lang.uage of Join todaylDavid's!
church on Saturday and Sister the aims and purposes
the presentation of Miami's Ten '
the NAACP would read something
Ernest Williams will be In
Best Dressed Women from May
GRACE PRESBYTERIANCome like this: the association has
3 to May 11. Same place. and charge. worked and fought since its In. Jewelers: to

donationti. ', ., .. Let us not forget the sick and to church on Pal m
&w 'J,; mow ," t .4 caption in 1909 for full equalityfor
the shutTin/?' Have Photo Time
Sunday Bring your gift boxes Negro Americans, In other *

for the one great hour of shar words, for Negroes to be treatedas David'
Jewelers 1118 NW
ST. PAUL A.M.E. CHURCHRev. .ing. On Good Friday we will ;
ST. MARY'S W. M. have first class citizens. The NAACP aid are Is' now making plans to
service, beginning at 12
E. J. Fayeon, pastor has struggled long and hard to sccomodate both old and a e w
Mrs. Lee Gray reporter Rev. E. V. Stuart, pastor noon, for about one hour achieve this goal, and the end .Is customers' ,on Batter Sunday,

3627 SW 27th St. H. Wallaoe secretary The church extends sympathyto now in sight This fight baa April 22; Mr David, the owner,

Sunday was indeed a day to Sunday was indeed a day to be the family of the late Mrs. been fought within the frame. said recently; "It It'a pleasure to

be remembered at our church. remembered at out church. Agnes Troy. The funeral service work of the American Constitutional see all those' people, especiallythe

Our pastor preached out of his Our Sunday School WM called :was held at the church on system and has aimed to :young: one=' attired la at.

soul using for hU text: "Master, to order by the superintendent Thursday.ST. eliminate the vestiges of slavery tractive dresses' and suite on

carest not thou that we perish?" Our pastor was In charge of the still remaining segregationand Easter Day." Mr. David an.
racial prejudice. aounced this week that his stu.
Stewardess board No.l held morning worship. Scripture lesson
dlo will be1 openall day Easter
its was read from John 14
regular meeting Sunday eV. THE NAACP *
ening. chapter to the 31st versa Cor. N.W. 58th St. and 24th Ave. and he Is urging his friends and
Rev. E A. Calmer, pastor Rights for Negroes to receive customers to come early.
Choir No. 2 terminated its At our evening worship we Mrs. Dawklns reporter equal fairness and justice in all Mr. David also takes this op.

content by crowning Mrs. Mary were honored with the presenceof Sunday marked the (dedication legal matters works to eliminatethe portnnlty to thank the Miami

Bannennan 'queen at their tea Rer. H.. Brown, pastor of of our new' church. Bible Schoolwas last vestiges of the poll tax Times for helping to make his

Sunday afternoon. -The M. .J. Greater Bethel $Baptist Church opened by the superlnten. and btber voting prejudice; establishment so popular 1n this

Fayson club will celebrate the Nassau. He delivered a very pow. dent, Miss Helen Trotman. work to show and help the Ne. community.
first anniversary Sunday after erful message. We were Indeed I
The Rev. J. R Evans of Del.
,'; noon at the church at 3 p.m. glad to have him with us. .
r ray Beach conducted the devotion Service for the
Everyone Is cordially invited. "Uvinf ) Living"
r. ., We are praying for our sick and delivered the dedicatory
The chairman of Men's Day will
and shut-ins. sermon at the 11 a.m service.
appreciate the cooperation oft
:a :1 Other visitors. were the Rev and
the entire congregation to make
Mrs. Ellsba Newbold of Pompa.no .
the 6th Sunday in April the big. TRIUMPHThe
Beach and Rev. Alfred Wiley.
Best day yet. Visit the sick and
thut-ins with a word of cheer. Church And Kingdom of Our pastor led the evening de.
votlon and the Rev. E. Newbold
We will meet you in church God In Christ
b t'. : Sunday. Opa Locka delivered a soul-stirring mss

r, ; Prince H Mobley, ,pastor sage.
Is Invited to attendour
I Sister S. Daniels, reporterYou public

t MT. CALVARY BAPTIST are cordially Invited to services.
for sick
We are praying our
Her. E. M. Thomas, pastor come out and join In with ns In the shuUlns.
; Phyllis Myers, reporter our School of Wisdom which begins .
.' I at 10 a.m., noon day serviceat
'. ,,' Sunday morning everyone wasvery
; ;
o'clock. Come and let all
i' r" ',., happy to hear Rev. Stephensrender

"';.",4" '"" was, "Storing the message.Up God's HU Word.subject" have Lord. Then a wonderful beginning time at In 6:30 the Trammell Memorial Oscar I. Range Funeral' Hm ti

Sunday afternoon the No. 2 our Band Young begins. People Education M. Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Rags, )I",.. I

There choir celebrated the anniversary different Come out and let's all praise Real stale SchoolNow 5727 N.W.17th Avenue :
were many
the of the Lord. The door '
churches there to help make the name OX 1-0131 OX 1-4343 :
of welcome Is open to all.
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anniversary a happy one. The enrolling for classes .
U U L 11_ I
Program that they had was avery beginningAPRIL .

big success. Church of God in Chrut 3, 1962 L I

Sunday night we were Indeed 1809 NW 6th Ave. Dade County's and Florida's ant OX 1.91516701'NW 18th Are. NHa 6344196'
happy to have our 'pastor render
a few words to us. Everyonewas Elder J. C. Jackson, pastor Race Real fttate School. Comp For Funerals You Can Afford Call
teat Instructors added according
Ira McCall, Jr., reporter
happy to see him doing to enrollment need
much better. There will be a fashion tea at
Invest In career for a ute time
We are praying for all sick the home of Elder Jackson, April I Call 759-5221 for Information Manker Funeral HomeI
members to have a speedy re. 15, 6890 NW 19th ave. The fash. I
covery. Ion will be shown from ,Ullle CE 5-4246 evenings

Hat and Dress Shop. If.... Ora D. Taylor, President. f
"" Cloth Cover Caskets $121
This fashion tea Is sponsoredby Instructor and owner. up

Christian Fellowship the 5th ,Avenue Senior choir. 4208 N.W. 7th Ave. Metal Caskets $411..

Is Invited to attend. Miami 37 Fla. \
Elder C. O. Finn, pastor left harden
Licensed by Florida Real Estate 4 Nothing you
Sunday the Christian
Bells. will render night 'a program. No Jommlssion.t Oar motto Training One's Social Security Can Take care aH

admission. Barbecue will be Please Take Note! 1 for Hush Immediate and fatal la services person funeral arrangement

served. AU Cbnrch new suet be In yourB.appllcation Business ..,00.1

Sunday is Missionary. Day and Tuesday evening. Most be typewritten or by telephone Manag.ralWWillie'YY....
there will be baptism.>> The and double spaced.

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA April p.m. Re- Beauticians to
EAit5Francis Culmerjf pastor, officiating.
PAGE 12 SATURDAY APRIL 14 1962 mams-will lie in repose at her home Celebrate 21stAnniversary
1352 N.W.. 2nd Ave. beginning 8
pm. ore Friday until 6:30: a.m.

Saturday.' Remains will lie inState The Miami Beauticians Unit
'at''St Wesleyan Methodist -
JAMES N. JEFFERS, of 10626 Church Mary's beginning 7 am. No. 7 will celebrate Its 21st
CARDS MEHORIALSi? N.E. 11th Ct., Miami Shores, diedat Saturday until funeral time Satur- anniversary' Sunday, April 16,
his home on April 6., Remainswere day' afternoons. '.Survivors include \with 'worship at,, the'10 a.m.
shipped to Boston, Mass. onTuesdaYl one daughter,: Mrs. Berdie Mack; service. at the St Peter' African
April 10 for final rites two' sons,"firanville Roker and Orthodox Church, NW 3rd
al.i Nell Roker. court near 17th stAll members -
IN MEMORIAM CARD I MRS MARY\ ARMBRISTCR, of and friends are invited to

I In Sad but Loving of Family of the Late i 1352 N.W. 2nd Ave., died at her SNEEZE McCLENDON, of 1949 worship with us. .-
Our Dear Husband and Brother home on April 8. Funeral sere N.W. 5th Ct. died at :Jackson Memorial Sunday at 7' p'.ra.,,wjll be,, presented -
vices will be held at St. Mary's Hospital,on April 8. Funeral the fabulous Colorama
Wesleyan Methodist Church on Sat. arrangements at this time Hair Fade and Fashion Show

are incomplete, Survivors include Miami's top color specialists ,and
.t v do CARD OF THANKS several relatives and friends. hair stylist will eater models

:, '. ,. I BABY BOY EDWARDS of 2155 and top fashion designers :win
N..W 22nd St., was stillborn on have styles worn by Miami's best
April 6. Graveside services were models.

!, A held in April 12. Survivors in- This affair will be at the Mary
S S clude his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elizabeth Fiesta Room. Between

Willie T. Edwards. fashions the club's soloists, Mrs
k ) ".) I Geraldine Allen and Mrs. Mil.

Range .- ... dred Pleasant will sing. A beautiful -
show and a delightful pro.
AIRS. LARLIE GUY, of 1616 N.W. gram. has been planned for your
6th Ct, died April 6at, her resi pleasure. Come and enjoy a
dence. She is survived by a daughter beauty treat.
EII,1r Mrs. Alice Tolbert; a son, Wil--
lie G.;; a sister; Mrs. Mattie Wash-
ington; two brothers, Jule and TB Hospital
Henry Stafford. Funeral services
t & will be held Saturday, April 14, Spring PartyThe ,

4pm., Ebenezer Methodist Church annual Spring party and
k with Rev. A. D. Hall officiating. Open House was held Sunday,

P Interment will follow in. Lincoln April,,, 8 at the Southeast Florida
: f Memorial Cemetery. Tuberculosis, Hospital, Lantana.

MRS. FLORENCE : MRS: AGNES TROY, of 1816 N.W. The Dade County TB and Health

...-'--- _.._--'_. ROLLE-SEYMOUR jj' 73rd St, died April 6 at Jackson 'Association 'chartered a Greyhound -
bus for those delirious of
ROBERT HUDSONwho take this method of expressing Memorial Hospital. She is survived -
making the trip. There 46
1 were
departed this life thanks and appreciation to their by her husband, Frank, Sr.; persons who made the trip Via
April 11 1960 friends for cards, letters), two sons. Frank. Jr.. and Stanley:
many ...,... ... .- the bus and' care, The ,potted
daughter Mrs. Naomi Mrttill
May he rest in peace, and may telegrams, florals and other tokensof a ,
HARVEY HUGHESWe 250 assortments
three sisters Mesdames Lillian were
light perpetual shine upon him. sympathy during their bereave / .
MRS. BEATRICE HUDSON ment. wish to take this opportunity Washington, ,Gloria Meadows, and furnished by the, FriendhlpGarden !

Wife; ,and THE FAMILY. Special thanks to the Rev. L. to thank all of our many relatives Ester Howard; three brothers, Tim- Club TB Committee, Mra.
A. Thompson and auxiliaries and and friends for their kind othy, Yorick and James Smith. Ann Coleman the Sunshine' Club
members of the Temple Baptist expressions of sympathy duringour Funeral services were held Thurs- and Mrs Lillian Mason with :her
IN MEMORIAM Church, the neighbors of 18th St recent bereavement in the loss day at Grace Presbyterian Church, Cub Scouts of Pack 55. '
of Brother Harvey Hughes. with interment in Lincoln Memorial The greetings that, .
and 1st Pi., and Hollywood, and accompanied
In Sad but Loving Memory of thanks the Pastor and '
the Francis Funeral Home. May Special to Cemetery.MRS. these plants were made byMre.
Our Dear Mother
the Lord bless members of First Church of Christ, Willie Mae''' Murray of
you.THE FAMILY. Carver's Ranch, Dr. and Mrs. W, CARRIE THOMPKI.VS, fort Brownsville Junior High School r
If. Walker and to the Range Funeral ; merly of 16455 N.W. 162nd St. Rd., and Miss Ruby L. Thomas and

IN MEMORIAM Home. Opalocka, died April 8 in New a General Business Claes of
: : MRS. ALMARINE HUGHESand York City. She is survived by her Northwestern High School.

.tA In Sad but Loving Memory of DAUGHTERS. husband, Eddie; and a sister, Mrs.; ,'r ,
$ E Our Husband, Father and Mamie Mills. Funeral services will .

Step.Father IN MEMORIAM be held Saturday, April 14, 10:30: Recognition Day
am. at Metropolitan Methodist
Church Rev. J. J. Williams At Kendall .
In Memory.of the Late__ ,
u ting. Interment will officia'i On Sunday at 4' p.m. the Dade
rev Evergreen Memorial County Children' Home at'-Xen.

dall will observe its monthly
p .r.ry MISS BARBARA PRINCE, former.
: ; \ 'r 'iY P y+ ly of 1303 N.W. 70th St., died at Recognition Day. Speaker will
;,, Carswell Air Force Base, Texas, b.e the Rev. Amos Jones He will
where she was serving in the U. S. be presented by Supervisor Alfonso .

-' < a Air Force. She is survived by her Williams.
a i parents, Carl and Mary Prince;, This monthly affair ia of 1m.spiratlonal .
yr't'y four sisters, three brothers, two benefit to the children
k I t w 9 grandparents, Walter Bridges and Please encourage .them.

\ d Isaac Prince; two aunts, and two The public 'Is invited.
I uncles Funeral services will be L

held Saturday, April 14, 1 p.m.,
Kelly's Chapel.AJrt.E. Church with
1 '' Rev., Dell officiating. Intermentwill
:.6 i fix' 4
w follow in Evergreen Memorial

.......: .,"' -----.-. Cemetery i-t i

MORLEYwho and Mrs. Stephen Rolle, of 1880
departed' this life 4 N.W 50th, St., ,was stillborn at

March\ 11, 1957 Christian Hospital April 7. Graveside
Mother it has been 5 years. since services were held Thursdayat

have left us :. A4. .. Lincoln Memorial Cemetery.
you ..- _--,, ...-
y Servant of God, well done; m -- NEMIAII W. INGRAM MRS ESTELLE GAITER .

L Rest from thy loved employ' ; who departed this life April 9, 1961} who entered the beyond
;The battle fought, the Victory won, Shall claim of death cause us to April 14, 1961 Albert e e .. .x

( 1 Enter thy MORLEY grieve God granted you the rest you MRS. MARY LOU PITTMAN ,' 7.'y free
And make our courage faint or always prayed for but for us it's +
pioneer at home 6300
BOLD, Daughter; expired ,
ROOSEVELT MORLEY Son; fall? like yesterday, fresh and sad. S.W. 59th .PI, S, Miami, April 8.
,MRS ALMA SMITH, Sister; Nay, let us faith !and hope receive; You will live always in our hearts, She is survived by two daughters
The rose still grows beyond the we miss you so very much. Mesdames Ethel Mae Pittman andEdna
\ Grandson; wall.MRS. MRS. MIRIAM WELLS and Fedd; three sons, Anthony,
; Willie and Sol Pittman .'
and Eight Grandchildren. ; one -
Mrs. Sallie Starks seven
MRS. ROSE MARIE MOBLEY, Children. grandchildren and nine
t great
IN I MEMORIAM Step-daughter; grandchildren. She will lie in repose

In Sad but Loving Memory of SHEILA, Step-grands.and TYRONE IN I MEMORIAMIn I in the Chapel from 6 pjn. --r v- _..
Friday and in St. John
Our Dear Husband and Father AIRMDd
i CARD OF' THANKSThe our dear sad but husband loving and memory brother of, Church Saturday, South.where'services Miami, froaze will lira.be 1 PRINCE.Senior\..l 59 graduate High School of Northwestern and,

t, Family of the Late conducted at 3:30: p.m. Saturday. a member of, the U. S. Army: Air
':MRS LUCILE BAKER Rev. A. B. Collins is the pastor. Force, died Friday, April 6 in

I, wishes to express sincere thanks FLOYD CHAMBERS, of 15750 Carswell Air Force Hospital Fort
J and appreciation to( their' many N.W. 17th Ct, Opa-locka. died in Worth Texas. Services will be
friends for expressions and acts the ;V A. Hospital, Coral' Gables, held Saturday April 14, at 1 p.m.
of kindness during their bereave April 7. Funeral services in Kelly's Chapel Methodist
} ment. The cards,. letters, telegrams ;::4 held In the Chapel 11 a.m. April were Church, 7105 N.W. 15th Ave.
and flowers are too numer 10 with burial in Paradise. His

t k Yt ous to name. We thank you one + survivors Include wife, two sons, St. expired in Jackson Hospital
and all. Special thanks to our J one daughter, mother and fatherof April 9. Funeral arrangementsare
Pastor, Rev. M. J. Fayson. officers ; Dothan, Alabama, and an uncle. incomplete.
and members of St. Paul A.ME.\
AARON MOORS, of 1314 N.W.
friends of the JULIUS MICKEY
Church many of
2nd Ct., died April 10 in Jackson
the neighbors of us. 2031 N.W. 56th St. died
Opalocka area, e t April 7. Memorial. His survivors includetwo
I IS N.W. 17th St. and the Oscar L. ., He was sent to Panama City, Fla. and
daughters grand.
1'R' Range Funeral Home for their efficient April 10 for ,services and burial. one
services. May God ever 4 f He leaves his parents of Panama daughter.. Arrangements are -

bless you. City, three sisters, two brothers
& a and others. ,_ HENRY JACKSON, rho lived at

MRS.. FRANCES 1 EVERETT, of Claude Dale Farms, Goulds, ex
i1 4 316 N.W, 11th St., died in Jack. MRS. LIZZIE WILKINS passed fired In Kendall Hospital April
Ain son Memorial Hospital April 6. away at home, 1255 N.W. 58th St, Arrangements are incomplete.
Her survivors are husband, Fer on April 7. Services were con SONYA ANGELIE ALEXANDER,
\L dinand daughter, Mrs. Chris- ducted at the First Deliverance infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
; Church of God Rev. Isaac Cohen John Alexander of 1799
(L1 tine West, and one son, Horace L., / N.W.
both of, Ft. Lauderdale two sisters pastor, 3:30: pm. April 10. A native 155th St, Opa-locka, died' in Mag-
1 :MR. ,WILLIAM (BILL) MILLER- four brothers and eight; grandchildren I NARDY EDGAR RAWLS of Mobile, Alabama, she is nolia Hospital April 3 and was
1 16 1961. survived by one daughter Mrs. laid to rest April 9. '
I who died on'April 16,1959I ; Services will be con- who died on April ,
and Belcher two James BABY GIRL JACKSON stillborn ,
May he rest In peace maylight Mary ; sons, was
May he rest tar peace, and may ducted in the Chapel Saturday at
shine him. and Jim Wilkins; one sister and unto Mr. and Mrs. Wade
perpetual upon
flight perpetual shine him. 11 a.m., Rev. F. L. Smith, officiating.
upon grandson. Jackson of 1060 N.W. 62nd St,
& Mrs. Alblrlna Rawli, wife. one ;.
view in the
i ssa MRS.EMSY MILLER, Wife; She will' be on Charles Rawls, brother- EARL FIELDS, of 1600 N.W. 61st and was laid to rest April 11.rUE .
and CHILDREN Chapel from 5 p.m. Friday.

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....' 1807 NW. 47th ST. See today, Square Circle TilE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
Completely furnished, spolless.., I ,
Classified gar age, Total $9,500, X300 down Sportsmen ClubThe i SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1962 PAGE, 13
Ben.KotJ..JteAltorj 2G4. N'W'1\.62nd
St nites P1 o. SlIl day.pX"D372 Square Circle Sportsmen I 1355 NW 44th Street
nit -----.- Is goring Its annual Moonlight $350 down, $71 month pays Contest Time
$450 DOWN, balance,F.H,A. Beautiful Boat Ride April 19. Come and
1st colonial home, 4 bedrooms, enjoy an evening of fun upon j all. 2 bedroom with porch, Who will be Jr. Mr. Miami
15 m., FOR RENT I'I I 2 baths garage. '742;N.W. 50th St. the beautiful Dreamb t. Fare carporte. See, then call. physique winner for 1962?
PL 9.0068. pr21' 150. For tickets call :Mr. 26
Time Saturday May ,
fl- : AP*. 181i6d- I 45tiTstreet '
3-fihbiti frnfw
Cleveland Sampson, FR 3.8170or 1408 NW '
:nlD & .., IL Plcs'a' ONLY $400 DOWN FHA 8i30 p.m. '. f .,)
sit,G Rer.e41c ClQ1Kefrtkl Balance any club member. I MO. PAYS ALL
$76 ,,
',' frR 7-2002 $77' Beautifiii hortc CARPENTERS UNIONHALL '
Age cy, ; ; mo. l fanctt 2 Boat leave from S E. 2nd St.
,toe bedrooms, Fla. roOnL cdrtjorte. and Dlscayne Blvd 8:30 p.m 2-bedroom with jalousied

FURNISHED efficiencies. All large lot. with oiitdoor terrace: dfJgarden. porch, carporte, rear fenced 2939 NW 46th St
Many ,fruit and !
utilities Included. $12.60 per,
No qualifying.
aaw. 'week. 620 NW 8th St. FR trees. Near everything. 749 N.W yard. To enter contest contact I
."t2902. 50th St. P, L90058. (Apr.28))' .r Drive by to see, then call. Opa Locka Health Club ,
id .
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1995 NW 152nd St.
111 :",'ROOM Cottages, water furnUb' ,JOB WANTED $300 DOWN $61 MO. Or call MU, 1.3667 !
' ''ed.: '$10 week. 669 NW' 8th St.' LICENSED Junior Beautician PAYS ALL f

rn.l.2902._ i wants work in beauty shop. Call 2 bedroom beauty. Only;

stT i16kBRental PL 8-7300, .. $995 down $90Mo. $9,300 total. CBS, newly( FOR SALE
), furnished. Awnings. See ,to-i 2-bedoom home
's Agency WANfED 4711 NW 16th Ave.
,- Rental collections? propert,\ WAITRESS. Snack W ,Yi; 5595 painted in sad out. Partly'day. FHA $400 DOWN
No closing costs. No quali
I- management, real estate N.W. 17th Ave. Apply Tuesday Balance $12,600 owner pays
,- 569 NW 8th St. *FR 7-290' afternoon. fying. oWe r air
closing costs.
lrt a- New 3-bedroom CBS screened
arrange financing also
a 1 BEDROOM furnished apt. AU! BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES porch. Oak floors awii- condition and heat. Awnings
utilities. Downtown area.' $liNE .' 4 UNITS, income producing apartment windows. Air conditioned. TRIO REALTY I ', fenced in back yard.
4.0500. lndfI I house. Live in one apt. rent ing 801 NW 54th St. 1048 NW 49th Street
free. N.W. 17th Ave. in Liberty
OPA LOCKA area. 1 bedroom, City. Full price $22,000. WI 5-0721. PL 9.8372 PL 9-5455 ,PL 8.0696Open
nftviy.; decorated; uhf rJ1le11ed"+ t Sun. 10 to 6
down $74 NE 5.8745
$18. Furbished $21. 2 bedrobit tn'linfurb. CHILb i (ARENEED $395
I t $1$; fbrn. 2 Mdrooi someone .to,keep; yodr kids? No closing costs J
, 4o5bo. IfadfNfcWLY ; Part or full day. Silvertone dess.wood's .833 NW 75th St.
- Kindergarten needs them.
11 : Renovated furnished ounfurnished ; ; Lunches and transportation, trained 3-bedroom j jaldtisled porch, HOMESDesigned
apts. In' the 'Opa' personnel. Phone OX 1.1827. CBS. FHA mortgage. '
Locka! area near church, nchoo ,
r and shopping center. Call Mick I INCOME TAX TIME!
, Ins Rental Agency. NE 4.0500: I We will be glad to help you file $995 DownNo
LI Indf i your Income tax long or short closing costs, no quali
For Gracious; living
I FURNISHED two-bedroom house form. Come to Fenster Realty,
Living room, dining room, kitchen 1260 NW 62nd St. Ask for fying. New 3-bedroom, 2
I ,Florida room. 811 N.W. 65th St. ; Harold. indf bath CBS. Built-in oven and

,Phone PL 80762.'FURNISHED If range, walk-in closets and MODEL' AT''
utility room. every
ROOMS in Libert; Stop by the Satellite and got .
City. Call OX 1-8809 after 6 p.m yourself primed for a Rood even. I thing.
MODERN EFFICIENCY in a clean, ng. We're an early house. Make 2221 N. W. 151StSt.:
,quiet, and beautiful unrounding the ocene with iw Let our at. We have many others. Callor
CHI OX 1-?964. mnsphere put you In the right visit 1

UNrUR iJ I8I1 'J} CtifAG fe'j ne't: ram hit Satellite Of thin,fxmtito world) PL 7.8456 OPA :LOCKA,
1)\U)\ scRooT aM.s8op lr\g.\ LbVeli6ardetlJti301 222 ff.W. th Are. 283 NW 79th St.

., > N.Wk 45th St Cal I ,--.."'... .,. .. ,. '. .. .. J i J
'. HISfORE. 5.3 ;6't1 .

large and sm II. 59X( (Open daily 12s30 I noon to 5:30 p.m.)

N.W., .17th. Ave : ,
.. LAnfl tJNftlRNISHED ROOM Bank and F -IA' Financing
Private entrance and bath, lights
and water included. $11 per week :
1046 N.W. 59th St. HI 8-6985 01 2-Bedroom CBS VETERANS N9 DOWN PAYMENT

OX 62467.EXTRA I -I*. .**, :

.LARGE furn. room foi Fenc'e" awnings, jalousied windows, tile roof, low .T "'JT1rrr.r.nr..T ?J'LJI'.n.IY--4oII4.iY3YlfrJrJrjt: 27TTT 1TT1

\ nice couple. 1 or 2 small children L
etc. 1831 N.W. 49th St. 633-8746
down payment. $62 per month. Government Inspected and Approved
lift PER WEEK. Large sYx' -room

.... unfurn. house, newly painted. 222J See this bargain today!
.- N.W. 60th St. (rear). III 6-1266 I HONES OPEN.

.. WOULD LIKE to share my apt. .
N.W. 71st STREET Ii i
with man or lady. 1564 1545 H.W.73RD .
St. Home privileges. OX- 60038.. LOW, LOW DOWN PAYMENTS
Call Saturday after 5 pjn. Sundayall I
: ,
\ .... ,tHAN'RENT
day. .'1 ". ;;t "" --- ...k; T.Rls; 1" I LESS

:BEDROOM CBS apt. Located l in ,. 'f :'J.;, ;,: tl....,...... ;: :-1R'; tt ''Q ..:q _.,.< : 1.; : *
1'esidential'settlon. Stove and' refrigerator -0I .
: furnished. NE: ,4.3259.LOVELY ; MO 5.5004 : .
HI 5-3524 I I I II: i 1401 N.W.; 40th ,Street -'
HOUSE. $22 per week. I: :. .

Will down,sell balance to high$22 class per week.people Have$25 Open Sunday 1 to 5 : Clean as a pin\ conditioned, patio' ,Fla, room*,
,down. 'No'closing
.amaUer house, $20 NE 55566. carporte,; fence. $11,000 total. $350

{ coatsf; ,_ <

FOR SALE 4 -I .. -, '- -, :

"LARGE 3-bedroom home. $11,300. MANOR PARK AREA 1409 t" N.W. 44th Street ,

FHA, $76.16 monthly, $650 down and
'Corner lot. 1351 N.W. 40th St 1303 N.W 45th Street Move right in, no waiting, no red tape. Carporte'
GOING Colored. Liquor Bar and porch $695 down, $11,500 total.
Package Store including sale of Low Down Payment .,
property. Same owner 16 years. "
For details phone, OX 1.9852.Apr. lovely corner lot one block fromibus
bedroom on
21 i "
llth Plata
. 4400
-t.f. in today. .
; school playground. Move 10 '\\tt
9;.. .. 1510 N.W. 42nd ST. See today. shopping, 3-bedroom beauty. Carporte, full dining 'room, A-l
Spotless 3-bedroom'CBS.-'No qualifying Only $6,995 full price. Easy, payments.
total price.
no closing costs. $84.00 mo. 5-3524 shape. $350 down, $11,000
!pays all. $1,000 down. Ben-Korl, Call Mr. Evans HI ,. ,
IRealtor, 2644 N.W. 62nd St. Nites -
.TL 95533 Days OX 18372.
4220 N.W. llth Avenue

:'LINCOLN SEDAN, good running Magnificent
condition. Call 7578228. $95.00 Mansion type. Must see this beauty.

>total price. Cash. and out. $13,500total.. .
Call Action Realty
1328 Beautifully NW. 42nd furnished ST. wall-to-wall See today. 1069 N.W. 76th"Street "

carpet, air conditioner, a doll Lovely newly decorated, ,large ,rooms and huge kit. ,
house. 2 bedroom. Ben-Kori,
Realtor, 2644 N.W.OX 62nd 19372.St. Nites For nice 2 and 3-bedroont CBS homes. Best location. chen. $12,500. EZ terms.NEWSREALTY
PL 9-5533 Days

LOVELY 2-BEDROOM home. $400 Near ,everything. From $200 down payment. Term
down $75 per month. Open Saturday
& Sunday. 831 N.W,. 47th Ter. I

like rent. Call .
1467 N.W. 51st ST. See today. 2 ItV ,

Total bedroom: $10,000 CBS,very$300 clean down, carporte.$6900 HARRY DENNYMU (The Broker That, Works, For You)',.I ,

Kori. Realtor, 2644
month. Ben-
N.W. 62nd St. Nites PL 9-5533 4600 NW 7th Ave.' PL 4.0655
Days OX 19372.
5-2652 Office' always open (Open Sunday)
4 UNITS. Income producing apartment ,I
house. Live in one apt., rent E
free. Jtf.W. 17th Ave. Liberty City \
/ull nee $22,000. WI :5472L I I --. .


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PAGE 14 SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 11962 :

.tOQ"oaa'QaDODagOOOOO'OOOGOOG rrrrr rererb Sets Five Track Records

l .
i AUSTIN, Tex. Texas South.

LOOKING THE -1 ern "mighty eleven" put on the B. T. W. HIGH SCHOOL
greatest performance in ,Texas
..rr.rir rw+ea r.rnr.rWe Mrs. Cecelia McCartney has
Relay history Saturday in win.
returned to school after having
SPORTS WORLD OVER talk a lot about the bread. nlng all five'Cpthe events In the been ill for several months. The
winner in the family, but Just college division and setting records -
students and the faculty extend
as important a member of many in every one of them.
By LEO a. ARMBRISTER household is. the "bread maker hearty welcome on her return.
.) ,. the person who 'prepares those The time In the male relay -
"" .
... ''f good meals the family enjoys. fastest in the The English Department is
ft .. ,... 3:09: was tne
'V --.r "'"n. I-- .
Its at
now selling anthologies
If you are a wife or a mother nation this year
BIA to Bring"Clowns" more than likely you wouldn't 1.00, per copy All material used
Third of League attempt to make a pan of tan. Using only 11 runners Texas In the anthology represents atu.
HereThe talizing or one of your delicious Southern swept the 880-yard dent work in all ,grade levels.
apple pies .or chocolate cakes mile, sprint medley, 440-yard interested
Averages 160 All persons may con.
up and two-mile relays, winningby
Brownsville Improvement without following some well. tact any member of the English
Association, realizing the need The entire league has upped established recipe that you feel from 30 to 66 yards. department for copies. Mrs. E.
community recreation sure will please the other mem.
for a cen.
Mincy is the chairman
the first time for
It was a
ts quality of
bowling as are.
ter In their already top rated bars of your family.
suit more than one-third of college team to dominate the
has to The Club
neighborhood great Spanish has chosen
gone You follow your recipe care. But the boys from
Texas Relays.
ends to bring and sponsor the 'M'Mie is bowling over a 160 ave fully by measuring the correct of Hous. lie new Queen, Jacquelyn
the All-Negro college
age. Here are top keglers with
Indianapolis Clowns baseball Singleton, and King, Seaborn
amount of each ingredient. Then
to the big
first to
ton, appear
thru March 6,
team against the New York averages check your ingredients to be track and field carnival here Johnson is'a member of the 11.7
Stars in a never to be forgotten Tohn Marshall 175 sure that nothing has been over overshadowed the" University homeroom. He is a lover of
baseball game at the Miami Tames :MItchum 172 looked that you have included Clues like a blanket. sports. He participated in eever-
Stadium Tuesday. April 24. The Wilton Cox 170 the complete list of necessary al school organization
Clowns, as funny as ever, will Dennis Peaks, Jr 170 items. Undoubtedly, you also are Ray Saddler was the star of
: The seniors
also be remembered for their Tohn L. Edwards careful to( watch the time in the Texas Southern! brigade with are making prep.
excellence in the game. It is from Ted Potter order that your finished 'product a 46.0 and 46.3 quarter-mile aration for their "Seniors In TheSpotlight"
this same team that Hank Aaron Tames 169 can be taken out of the ov. n just Maurice Hobson of Texas South. program, April 16 in
baa gone on to fame In the ma Terry 168 right. ern ran a 1:60.9: half-mile for the auditorium. This year's pro.
jors. 3ary James 167 gram is expected to be tho best
Willie, Nicholson 169 In like manner a breadwinner another outstanding performance Jet.

The association is not relying 3ruce McCord 163 has similar responsibilities to The five records set by Texas
on charitable donors alone for Eddie Thorpe 165 bring home the bacon for his Southern in the college division
assistance in this very worthy Frank Smith 164 household. If you are eelf-em- were the sprint medley relay Miami Times Ads
project: they are offering in re. Eddie Johnson 164 empleyed. as a breadwinner you : 3:21: ; 880.yard relay, 237:
turn for support a grand evenIng Darden Parker 164 have some very Important re. wo.mile relay, 7:30.6: ; 330-yard Get Fast Results
of entertainment as only Herbert Green 163 sponslbllltie that fall due about relay, 40.5 and mile relay 4:09.:
the Clowns, supported by many Tim Williams 16 3 this time of year.
brilliant stars can give. Ernest Hayes 163 These are to make complete,

All tickets are $125 for Max Tohnnle Maxwell White 161 161 correct employment Federal tax Income reports and to self.the "

All adults patrons, 1$are Mats aged for to children.purchase Leo Colin Armbrlster James 161 160 I office Revenue.of the If you Director make of sufficient Internal J TV Service CallsLoa:: $$1! I I

advance the project UekeU will as be the greater.benefit to James Blackman 160 I I to Income make, you the are reports.- required by law ALL MAKES-ALL

Excelsior League Has Am Vet Post in ,pleting To do your an accurate tax reports job In, com.you LARRY'S T.V.

Prize WinnersThe should keep adequate records of TRADE TV SETS .
Drive -"""' all the operating' income expenses -
Excelsior League made a of your trade or business. Thento RADIOS, HI.FI AND STEREO REPAIRSWe
good showing in the meat City avoid the .
possibility of
Tournament New Rolt,,'. 3031 The American Legion Post No. and interest, you must penal.ty file Sell Used TVs on Credit

handicap bowling was good still 281, William Henry Bethel, Is .th fie tax: reports no later than 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1.8024
urging all
enough to veterans to join
place them 82rd In a l April 15 I each year.
field of us in our Membership Drive. We 11'lllll1111.'IILlrIRIJr"'J 1Irr'J L LillI
; team com. have I Not only is this requirement of
a cleaning each
petition while your humble week In program law but also you are doing your. 1C1Cft1(1ll1CIftCIC1RICICt(1ItRIIC1CrrlC"IICftI(1(1CIC'CCI KAMERICA'S
reporter's 65S community center,
handicap was self and your family a favor by
also for
able to pin down the 11th further information contact making these
spot reports correctlyand
the following LegtonalresT
In the singles out of 275 entries. Joseph completely each year. This FINEST
Stewart 14660 Fillmore
The sentiments of the News St., Edward Hanna Jr 15780 Is true because your self-em I
ployment tax reports are used to\>>
Realty team and St
your reporterwere Tyler Murray James, 14380 give credit for work
you under
the same; that the receiptof Carver Dr.Alphas. social :
the checks was good but
the effort to further advance future years, you and your DOG RACING
family may enjoy Mme addition
bowling in Cocktail
t. ": parts was bet. Sip al benefits beyond your present(
cash income from the hard work
At Biscayne TerraceThe you have done. These* may come -
from social
security payments
w1ts Annual members of ,Beta Beta made to the worker or to his
Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi family In the form of Old.Axe:
"' GrM Slate Alpha fraternity and their guests! Survivor. or Disability Insur. NITELY EXCEPT SUNDAY

DAYTONA BEACH Accord. :will kick off the "Miss Alpha ance. Correct and complete. rec
nir to Jack "Cy" McClalren ath Phi Alpha" contest Saturday ords and reports filed on time
Jetlc director at Bethune-Coek: I April 14 This affair will be in each year with the Director of
man Cohere, their 1962 tentative the form of a Cocktail Sip In Internal Revenue are security THROUGH APRIL 18th
football schedule will be as fol. the Starlight /Room of the Bis. credit for selfTemployment.
low: cayne Terrace Hotel from 2 to For the best results on plan. .4

Home game: September H, 4 p.m. All Brothers And their nlng for a secure retirement,
South Carolina guests ef Alpha Phi Alpha are don't overlook these essentials
; Sent.. 29, Post Tune 8:15 .
Invited. when p.m.HOLLYWOOD
Albany State; Oct. 20, Florida you report your Income.
A and M; Oct. 27, Open; Nov.
) 10, Claflln (tentative hemecom

Games away: Oct. 8, Morris Lose 2$ pounds weekly.
?ro.wn/ Atlanta! Oct. 13, Dene. Liberty Theatre Effective medication bI.JecUon. .
diet in Jacksonville; Nor. 8,1 .. Physician .
J Fort Valley, Oa.: Nov. 17, Lane Every Friday Night spec.lalictng.
College Jackson Mi... and Nor.
24. Allen 1545 SW tat St.
University, Columbia,
Dancing Entertainment
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MIAMI tiMES MIAMI, FLO&10A: LIBERTY CITYWe 1. w Births at Christian .

SATURDAY, Ai RiL i4; i&2 PAGE ifl"W'CSt I the teachers at Liberty PUN PHUN I .
City filettieflUry! once again Hospital :
. 1.1. I marvelled luxury affordedus I ,
I .1 as teachers ill dur.f6uflty!
| tI$ Willie Mae Jackson, boy, April
we had the pleasure of hundreds 4.
Key' America'sSeuthernmost of "sunshiny" faces amid us in Due to my lack of interest, Ruby Johnson, boy, April 4.
a city which was bleak, damp, boxing is about a.bout which I Elease Strozier, girl, April 4.
City and rainv. u was a reward experienced know little. I understand its an
Addle Marie, girl, April' 5.
by the few.
By FRANCES E. PALMER event where punch Is served. Clara Katlem,' boy, April 6.

,_.._ ......_LL.'LnLL..n.. -'L. .. . _rlr_ Teachers Irene Strauehter and (What a :punch line!). Betty Williams, boy, April C.
'I'IT"T"I Elizabeth Atkinson deserve a Ella Mays,. boy, April 7,
The Women' Civic Club held roe General Hospital, round of applause for the master Lately the boxing profession Ella Duncan, girl, April 7.
its regular meeting at the homeor ful trip! vicarious that the has suffered some staggering Odessa Rolle, boy, April 7.
the president, :Mrs. David Sunday is Palm Sunday. Go to wholft, st dent body and teach. blows, not unlike a marriage Bernice Scott, boy, April 8.
Bain. 222 Eneas Lane, Monday, the church of your choice. ers, is experiencing; HOW during where the participants are mis. Bessie Sheriff, girl, April 8.
April 9. National Library Week. matched. Although I don't know
The meeting: was opened with Harold Sawyer's home was the ropes, and the only- ring- that
the president presiding. After destroyed by fire last week Since last Tuesday we were Impressed Me Is the one from SEE THE SOUTH'S
the regular routine of business pleased to have had Mrs. Made. telephone I'd like to offer a
meeting was adjourned. Mem. Joseph Lang of Miami is in line Portier, arithmetic, visit suggestion which may keep box. LEADING COLORED
bers present were :Mrs Annie the city spending a few days with UB- And as per usual, her ers around until the last round
visiting his relatives and friends. teaching permeates the w2 ole of PSYCHIC READER
Lowery, Mr. Grace Pallcious, I Why not dress 'em up in uot.
Mr Nora Mltigd, Mrs llowena the aelloo.Oue --CONSULT iron-
fits like an astronaut's with electric .
Mrs. .
Sarah Roberts of 827% .
and Vernell forguion.
Emma St. Ls improving nicely at of our teachers, Mrs. buttons strategically :placed. ,
her residence. Ethel Wilkinson, is again at When struck, these buttons + W Mf
Usher board No. 2 of Bethel Marcy Hospital. It would be com. would light up and record a .
AME Church [held its meeting Clarence Small soling to her to bate you visit score for the opponent. This
Tuesday, April 10 at the church Tennie Moss is son of Mrs. with her or even let her absencebe would make boxing much safer.
annex with the president, Mrs. out of the hose known. There would be no knockdowns,
Frances Palmer presiding. After octal and doing nicely at home. since that would ring up a tilt,
the transaction of business! themeeting The Resource Pupils at our and cancel the puncher's score.
TIll closed by repeating Mrs. Boris McCraney of Los school suffered a low! this Mon.
Mfzpahl Angeles arrived in the city to day, for Mr. Daniel, reading, was Ridiculous Maybe, but is It
attend the funeral of her broth. unable to be with us; he is, too, any more ridiculous than the
er, James 'Wixon. recuperating fro an illness. present set.up, under which the
Samuel A. (Mop) Culmer died I boxing profession is knocking
March 3 at the Veterans nosplU Mrs. Eliza Austin, a faithful Irene Edwards, narrator for Itself out? Let her years of experience guide
al in Coral Gables member of Cornish Memorial the LCE Players, invite you ,to and protect you throughout life
Services were conducted on \MEZ Church, is a patient at visit with us next Friday at the AS A lighthouse guides the ship
April, 9 from Trinity Wesleyan. Monroe General Hospital. Friends school's cafetorium for the an. In A storm. For success in boat
Methodist Church with Her. O. wish her a speedy recovery. nual Eaeter skit, "The Easter ness and love.
W. Allen officiating. Rabbit," which is directed by TOOTHACHE DON'T STAY IN THE RUT GET
Survivors Include a sister, Mrs. Antoinette Welters Her. Rlcardo Thomas Don't suffer nitdliiily. Git tpitdy rtJl.f OUT NOW BY THE HELP OF
Mrs. Naomi Butler, a brother, nandez of 409 ;Smith Lane isnow from throbbing' pain' of toothachewith GOD SUM CAN HELP YOU.
Mary F Williams, principalD. tut acting ORA-JEL. Palm, '
William 'Culmer of Miami, five .
at home after*being ill in foai In 'lcon l. Guirinttider : 1 wr Off Jew 1I0"rllf |
uncles, William Culmer, and Al. Monroe General Hospital. Richardo Thomas, Rep. money tack.All drug itorii. O'"f '' ) A.m. '0 pan.
,phonso Dixon of Key West, Tim,". 0 ..JU. to
Samuel Culmer of Miami, James Mrs. Annie T yes is a patient .. -- 7 p.m.
and Alfred Dixon of Tampa, an it Dr. Depoo Hospital Friends Drive Carefully! I """ DAILYSunday
aunt :Mrs Marlon Saunders
Key West, a nephew, Oliver wish her well soon. $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ (It

Butler of Miami, a niece, Mimi Celebrsjtln birthdays In the .
. Alice Culmer of Miami. month of April' : Mrs. Yvonne .,. = (It 10 A.m. 8 p.m.
Culmer was a veteran of World Sawyer. Mrs. Artte Johnson, NEED ,..gC A SrH ? HEADING
War II. Graveside service was Alice Pinder, Keith Pinder, Mrs. ....1J .
held by Veteran Audrey Martin and Mrs. Anna tat and 2nd Mortgage Loans >'1.00 UP
held by William Weech Poet No. Jackeon.
1. Get $1,000, $1,500, $2,000 or more today -fA
16 of the American Legion.
The Key West Undertaking Co. North WE BUY LOTS AND HOMESCALL 23 YeArs Experience
had charge of arrangements. Miami Club IA' of/) MADAMHUNTER
Ronald I. Baron
To Meet Tuesday JE 2-4343
DEATHS Mortgage Broker
The Washington Park Civic 1 oIt;
Funeral services 229SUNNV ISLE BLVD.
James Dixon Jr.. died April 2 Improvement Association of WI 13566
1657 N.W 73rd ST.
at Monroe General Hospital. North Miami Reach will hold Its .,. 0(1) ,
Funeral .cervices were held regular meeting at the home of MIAMI\ FLA.
April 8 at Cornish Memorial on NE Mr. and 55th Mrs.Terr Jake Ross. 1335 '" $ $ SIbIpJb $ $ $ $ S $ $ $ .fIJ Don't Write Cull In Person
AME Zion Church, Rev. A. F. April 17. All
Hooper, officiating. The Key members are asked to be present.

West Undertaking Co. had chargeof
arrangement ." Men and Women For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call II I
Surviving 'are bob wife, Ro. Agents to call on
setta of Texas, a father, James of
Tampa' two sisters, Mrs. Agatha HOUSE TO HOUSE
Hepburn, Key West; Mrs. Doris
MoCraney, Los Angeles, Cal; aev. Perfume, cosmetic and BONDED
en aunts, Mrs. Ethel Whitehead household
and Mrs. Viola Curry of Key necessities, cus-

West; Mrs. Isabel Jones, Cleve. lent items, established firm
land; Mrs. Minnie McDonald, ,
Mrs. Brazil Green, Mrs Jennie tomers for reorders Excel. q 1A l'gll' l RENTAL
Lang of Miami, and Mrs. Violet
Johnson, of Went Palm Beach; Fit working hours to your

six uncles, Alfred Dixon, Tampa, convenience.
Easy sell.
phonso Dixon Walter Curry
and Alfred Whitehead Key West Make lots of money sellingto .
and Howard INC.The
Lang, West Palm AGENCY
Beach. a niece and other r la.lives. your friends. q ryr ,

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Mrs. Nellie Gonsales of Fort 1220 N.W. 79th St. collection and rental
Lauderdale la largest
a patient at Mon. I

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North Dade ChorusIn f :

BOWLING I ConcertThe Buy A Home Today

North Dade High School
ENTERTAINERS CLUB chorus of 145 voices will present Drive by these beautiful homes, then come by* our
''Seven Last Words of .' ,
'' Christ; a sacred concert by office! We will help you with the financing
1900 N.W.75th Street Theodore Dubois in the school .
FUN AND' ENTERTAINMENT FOR ALL AGES auditorium On Tuesday, April 12
I We are extending a cordial Huge 34 bedroom home,, 2 baths. Large well kepi
Invitation ito '!Everyone, The yard., Move right in. :
FREE chorus will be under the direc-' I '
tion of Charles Jones and Mrs 2.819 NW 45th Street : $450 down
Cassandra Hanna at the organ.
BOWLING Donation is 50 cents See this gorgeous 2-bedroom CBS home. Partly
Instruction furnished.. ;

B for KindergartenOperetta 3. 1010,NW, 44th Street 1 i $400 down
THE FAMILY Real .nice) clean home. price; is right.

TuesdayDay I. '
JAZZY 4. 2128 NW 44th Street $450 down $62.12 Mo.
I-i_ 4n. Care Center No. 2 of the. Beautiful,, 2.bedroom home. Like new. On a large
James E Scott Community Aseoclatlon
RED welcomes you to a presentation extra lot.. (No(closing costa. '? .
of the Operetta "Fairy
Land of Dreams," Tuesday, 5. 3001 NW 67th Street ;;, $400 down $68.75 Mo.
: 'gt" Gives Away I April 17 at 8 p.m. at the James A real buy. 3-bedroom, partly furnished. Large
See what E. Scott Homes Community corner lot.
'A u get I
you Building, 7200 NW 22nd Ave.
6. ,2920 NW 69th Terrace $350 down
-ft You share with your children '
A 2-bedroom CBS beAu
or cherish your own childhood |y*

r. i S JO ANN of memories fantasy of so the our enchanting youngsters land are 7. 7552 NW 13th Avenue i, $50 doWn $lg week,

,i:1ith.: : expecting encouragement from CBS house for 2 peopled. .
Please show them
your presence. '
t !-" ':, ',. ,1.1'- "' The little one that you are interested in 8. 2105,NW.47th Street 'r $156 down s $22 week
::5 UJ with the wholesome creative activities as I 3-bedrdom CBS> nbmei '

JoAnn Jazzy Red r BIG VOICE 'part experience.of their total developmentand .. .. 1 .. .

Hal Ferguson,, and His Hi Notes Don't forget the date, time 9. Ask :!shout our brand'.new" 3-becfroom CBS home
and place. We will be expectingyou
No !lfy1ng. Move right in.
Hully, Gully,- Twist Pony! Chicken 9uaJ ; ,

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Scratch name
IN A RUT? 10. 900 NW 43rd Street!' Brand. new 3-bedroom

BIG BLUE MONDAY PARTYTHIS Try for a the change SATELLITE of pace We LOUNGE extend home j : S $995 down

ourselves Our house Is dif. .
IS THE NIGHT THE ENTERTAINERS ARE fercnt. The People that meet
heme make merry. Always nice
HERE FROM ALL THE CLUBS People having A ball. Our enter. We are open Saturday and Sunday* too
FOR RESERVATIONS 696.5511-JAZZY RED tninmont Is a new concept In this
town. Go for it, jou'll like it. We have ,over 400 others to choose fromFORD

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''-' Open Sunday 2.5 p.m.,
Dr WALTER BOWEL .SATURDAY ,- SUNDAY Owner,'at .1430, N.W. 59th St.
April 1 13; 14,1&, w*" ,Lot,140 feet At 2161 N.W. 59th St.
Broward.'VFJV PostS ,"r -> *'!'1< <."*' <.fS..},,: ; '' J* r -' ;Home 811 N.W. 57th St.
South good
.? The J' .,,, income duplex,
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1of'Wfcsrnoliywood/tfin hold its l .:. ,...,.E' ;1'R\ :, "" to(......)'".... ::Cj-J| .*$$?fcot*'''(<* Mle,._Cbrq w.'jZi'-\t. 75x140 and 100x105 I
regular meeting Sunday, April' Many ottiere;liiEn>erty CltyTBave; money. Build to order
15, 6 at the Chamber of \ I"
S. BARON JE 8-1340 JE.2-4343
Commerce Building. The; ''post \ 'J
I will also hold Installation tier .
vices for officer and members \ ;
k 'i
\ Thursday, April 25 at p.m'i '. l GRANT
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I The CWH Fre} Departmentwill 4 FOR SALE

meet Monday, April 15 at .. SINGER PIANIST
8:30: p'm. at the Chamber' of
Commerce lywood. Building in West Hol\ I P. ORGANIST DECCA 2 BRAND NEW BEAUTIES

i I RECORDING STAR Open Sunday 2 to 6 p.m.
Beautician Uunlt No, 38 Is
; thanking everyone who mad* its BUYrNOWI-DON'TWAITI! !
\ spring dance a BUCCCM af the
\ Paradise Club on April 7. With Brother' Bill For.those folks whose homes will be torn down'PRICES

Harlough Hankerson with pre- On Drums '
.*.* else( timing and skill was the REDUCED
70 yo championship at Walker i i
Playground Friday afternoon. Showtime 10:30 and 12:30
Billy King won second place, ti 1728 N.W. 51st Terr.
.L '.. Hankerson received the prize. Saturday Three Shows -10.12.2
Mary Hutchinson, a senior at
tl Dillard Comprehensive High YOLANDA JOHNSON UNIQUE
School, was the Judge of this
event. A victory dance in, honor .
of the basketball team was held REVIEW

afterwards with squad the conducting playground's a SEXOTIC DANCERS FASCINATING BEAUTIES
t cheering 1752 N.W. 51st Terr.
throughout session of yells the event.and pep songs GORGEOUS SHOW GIRLS

0 3 bedrooms Walk in closets
The Nuts edged the Upper-
classmen in the final contest of .' Oven and range with hood
the season 63-60 It is the Nuts; SUAREZ JAZZ DANCERSNo
End. Boykins, Roosevelt Wai. ,
terse Leroy' Johnson Howard Glass sliding,. doors to patio '. 31 tI ; .
Lacy gunning 20, 15, 9 and 8 DiscriminationYour

points.A gracious hostess-Mrs. Napoleon Reed 2 full tiled baths with vanities' ? '! oil

: wiener roast was recently ; 4200 N.W. 27th AVENUETake 0 Tub 'Enclosure .
'T conducted for the enjoyment of w.t 4',. 1" ., :
f the members of the Pre-Teen Expressway to 27th Ave. ,
i Club of Sunland Park Games

the were roast.enjoyed. Present by the group were after the Admission (tax included) $3.00Call s

_ candidates for the ")fus Pre. HARMAR, Inc. Tel. 6676984MI
Teen Contest." Loretha Curtis, Harold Kemp for Reservations, NE 3-0611
Charlette Taylor and Dense

Bentley, and theirclub' '\. \ members. .. 11"01. .-

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