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: June 9, 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
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issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00320

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I Building Explodes ; 1 Killed, 7 Injured .:::1

Gad '!ire! Prevention Bureau believes, ]
baking because the tenants of a third floor

Causes Bias i the took apartment gas'the stiedotbf who moved did the In etehave Weaver Is Spingarn Winner. : ::1:1Ro

Mrs. Willie Gilbert was watching
A gas explosion .in a concrete h'I
apartment house at 531 N.W. 6th television next door when she rt C. Wearer, administrator Mr. Wearer tor hlai long years of !
St. Wednesday afternoon killed a heard the explosion. Sheba ,Arlington of theo housing and II o m ej dedicated public service at c I
8, just leaving the Finance Agency; has been named
7-year-old injured other
boy '
municipal. state and federal t,
and left a dozen families second floor room of Miss Jeanette .rtnner of the coveted Spln-gara! i I{, I
persons homeless. Hampton when she was knocked Medal awarded annually to a) level; for his pioneer role In the ; i
The blast gutted three apartments down by a flying door. Negro American for distinguish development and advocacy of the I
one above the other, when Leroy Henderson, 7, of 521 N.W. ed achievement. doctrine of "open occupancy"in
the) gas burst from the thirdstorypipe 6th St., was the most seriously in I of the select housing; and for his respontllble -
Inthe Walls, and damagedmost jured. lie was reported to be suffering tlon Announcement of Mr. Weaver was made: and militant leadership lathe
of the apartment in the 12 from a fractured skull I '' t struggle for human rights
a e June 4 ty Roy Wilkins, executive
unit building.Windows for cuts and shock secretary of the National / As HIIFA AdmlnI8trato !*l\lr..
Jackson .
and chtinks df fcontfpte at Memorial Hospital were
Association, for the Advancementof ..
were hurled agairist id adjoining Danny Jones, 11, 602 N.W. 5th Colored People. The Weaver holds the highest appointive
identical building, windows allover Ave.; Don 1l4 Jenkins, 12, 438 old federal official was chosen federal office ever held'by I
the neighborhood were kridck- N.W. 8th St,; Charles Bowden, 9, the nine.person Spingarn American. Negro. lie was l
ed out, and a 2x4 plank was driven 521 N.W. 6th St.; Andrea Brooks, award oy committee. formerly!, New York State Rent !
through a porch roof of a home 0. 545) N.W. 6th St.; Gertrude Mc- lmni'fctrator! and, later, a
25 yards away. Clinton, 42, of 536tt N.W. 6th St; Thqf medal: will be presented: member of New York City threo.
Three hours after the explosion, and Ruth Carter, 31, of 536* N.W, 4w\ at the> closing tension July 8, man Housing and Redevelopment
when it was thought there was no 6th StFrank of the Aeaoclaion's weeklong, Board, He resigned as chairman
serious injury or death, the bodyof Clagle, agent for tho 53rd annual convention in of the NAACP Board of Direc-
seven-yearold Albert Fruitree. owners of the building, arrived on Atlanta. tora upon being confirmed, for
:521 N.W. 6th Sty was discoveredunder the scene soon after the explosionand The honor was bestowed upon' this prciienit\ pasJUon.'
a pile of CBS blocks and began to make arrangements
debris in the alley between the for the unfortunate families to
two buildings. house them for the night I
Apparently, he was killed instantly t The occupants of the three'apart*
by the falling concrete. ments most severely damaged Y-
Mrs. Partsena .Fruitree shoe his luckily, were absent at the time of
mother was treated for and the explosion. The authorities say Fayo Williams, Northwestern I IPM
hysteria.The that a pilot light on the ground High senior, is quintessence of A 1.1..1.114 I I
propane gas exploded, the floor probably set off the blast loveliness as she poses for Times I
photographer )Frank Johnson at
her school prom at Bayfront: Auj
ditorium. Faye is the daughter of
I Mrs. Opal King and George R, '
Wipiams. 1j
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Homestead Waste Department ;
employe was decapitated in a freak
accident at the city dump early 1
He was identified as Eddie Allen 1I

22, of 316 S.W. 5th Ave. : I
; u 'r Metro investigators said the accident ---. I
at the Homestead dump, ONE MILLION GREEN STAMPS Mrs ,Lula C. Simmons I
Farm Life Rd. and E. Palm Dr.,
:happened while the crew of Allen's smiles happily on being presented her; Merchant :'
truck was using the huge packing Green Stamps vouchers'' for the equivalent of 1,000,000 1

system at the rear of the vehicle. I Green stamps by Harry Berinstein, manager of Food Fair I

director Paul V., .Evansi en Homestead, an employe safety of Store at 1051 NW 62nd St i

three months, was standing at the :Mrs Simmons, mother of threo children, resides in
t ief f'{ rear of the truck. her home at 1940 NW 65th St. Her husband, Capt. Jerry '
Shown receiving the Mary McLeod Bethune Medallion Just as the truck operator, Billy I
at the 68th Commencement Exercises at BethuneC6okman LoUis, 31, started lowering the Simmons, is now serving overseas. She will spend most ofher

College are Dr. James H. Lewis, preslden| qf heavy hopper gate, Allen startedto stamps) equipping a new kitchen for their home.
behind the truck and
troll over I
the Afro-American Life Insurance Co. of Jacksonville and I was struck by the dropping gate.
Mrs. A. G. Micklns, civic worker and outstanding club His head was torn from his bodyas
woman. West Palm Beach. Dr. Richard V. Moore, president ,the gate slammed shut against
frame of the truck. w ,
of the college, is shown looking on.;

: ." At :i: i@iatn4:'ceremony, Charfea .Hartley. of Miami received I Waste 'DolleclorIpsc.IS

a special award for'outstanding civic work In l, th e

voter'registration area throughout.the: state. j Tel';

.. J.:. Gels' AwardJay Na ti a
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6 MooNSbiaersNabbed }; 1' Y. Robinson 20, of 713 S.W. i S
11th St., a county waste collector, '
wax commended on Wednesday In 'fl'.
At! StillSix the Metro Commission chambers f
fop rescuing recently a 3-year-old w': a
moonshine operators fell In. !, boy who had fallen into the family
hands of the law Friday swimming pool. Robinson receiveda W
to the scroll and a week off with pay. r
H Hir
night, when federal, state and coun Working a block from the home _
ty agents cracked down on their cf Mr. and Mrs. George C. Budd,
1,000-gallon still west of Miami Jr. of 18770 N.E. 22nd Ave., Robinson .
Springs. saw the child Craig, sittingon
top of a ladder at the end -
The men had bottled 88 gallons of the pool. Suddenly the deer fell. 4t
of the stuff and had 500 gaBoM of Robinson ran across a vacant lot : I
mash "working" when the 'raiders took the child from the water and
used -mouth-to+noonth respirationto

Because they could not raise revive without; then'mentioning he gent what back had towork 'Alpha Kappa Alpha) Sorority Coftpfehs PIt4cI il j

$10}000) bonds each, held in CountyJail Charles happened.Robinson. .
were George Bennett 41, of received a letter from Mrs. Bernice Kemp Project Gwendolyn Welters and Bennie
1626 N.W. 6th Ave Ensar W. the boy's mother, a scroll from Metro Chairman I b shown presenting a White. This check represents the
Gaitor. 3& 345 N.W. 13th St; Commission commending him check of $500.OO to Mr. Frank
Home ? Holts, 36, 1481 1W. for his action and a five-day vacation Polonko Administrator of Christian and final payment of a
60th St Edward Mundey, 42,1622 j Memorial Hospital. Other $1,000 pledge for the furnishings ....
N.W. 5th PL; Isham Hope 44. 1111 ,I cited bylkethwi.eCooknun "My teacher in Arkansas showed Sorors standing are Mesdames of a semiprivate room by Gamma
N.W. 16th Ave., and Johnnie Bar. College for I me how to use artificial respira! Ruby Mlztll Yvonne Scavella, and Zeta Omega Chapter. Mr. Edna
ry Williams 39, 1630 N.W. 5th Jt IIJls civic work. lion" Robinson told the group Lillle Willis. Seated are Mesdames Williams Is the BasUeus..,...,,"',.,,,



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Hays_ Has Three National u, 1,;.

Science Scholarship WinnersThree I t : "

May High Junior were
granted Jfitloail Science FOOD.
datloa lkb" .linbipj last week.to URBAN LEAGUE

t4x.wek summer institutes I' N

for outstanding (scholarship GUILD-0-RET ,+. t,.
aebfemnent' /In xdeoee.

Leslie Haynes. the daughter tlwrtr d
LUAUA I/ +tp t h 1' +'Ni". 4+4yM1 na '
Of }fr. and Mr. Sammy Hame 1 {

'of Richmond Heights, has been exotic
Polynesian evening of
elected take In the .ummer
f to part -
delight 1s being offered to Ml.amlanj I.
? theatre workshop at Barry
the Greater Miami
'College In Miami, beginning June by
Urban League Guild when they
'it to Ae'lblt 1. Her clasces trill
present their Cth annual Guild.
'tnelnd acting dance-movement.
O.Ret Lu.Au at Club Knight
<.cle* %craft and make up. i P f Airr
Beat In the Sir John Hotel on ipM (
fcfeRie U active in the dmtnatlc
Sunday evening, June 19 fromto
the Girl
*, senior Scouts. r
.Junior' Heart. National Honor midnight.

Society and the science team. A big evening of entertainmentIs
Gloria Payne of Coconut Grove being planned and staged by
who i* a member of the Student the well kpown celebrity,
Council. Honor Society Science Blanche Galloway, The bill will '
Club and the New Homemakersof feature top Miami Beach nlt. :
America, received a acholar- club attraction starting exactlyat
drip to Kentucky State She 8 p.m. with Napoleon Reed
fin to be a nun or a speech presenting E. 0. and LeVerne.
therapist.1e .
Miller Brown, a first place Don't m'ss this act plus a load rl ,
of local talent and new faces iti
ate science fair winner a mem.
ber of the Junior Heart Association the field of .entertainment.Other .

Red Cror and Honor So features will be Elola

clety tot a scholarship to VirWnia Foreman, SweEt Richard and f fly
State College. He has his, "
Little Kitty. Wally Futch, Myrtle
burt set on becoming a neuro. Joneti Bobby Marshall, acts from
'nurgeon. Lee and hlg ulster Bar. Clyde Klllens Knight Beat, Mor-
ban, lire at 1440 Tyler St. eat Reynolds, the Singing Zen.
Thirteen students were pre. Mhi, the Inspirations, Lo Stra.
rented Heart Scholarships by the chan and Re.Nae and the one
Heart Affectation of Greater and only Phil Harrl: .
Miami, inc late 1n May for their
outstanding records. Dancing the twlft, Clyde KII. w
lens' chicken scratch and the
The association encouraged the
hully gully to two bands and
students toward a thrilling and
valuable door prizes will finish r
rewarding career In scientific rerearch.
the evening of fun. r

TheY will receive a two-year Tickets/ are $2.50 and' can be
complimentary scholarship of the :secured from any Guild memberor
"Scientific American Magazine" at the door. Mrs. Marlon Mul-
to generate more Interest in re.warcn. ., drow Is ticket chairman and Mrs
Lillian Dalllou Is the Guild's
V1! president. ", ----'.'.----- .--.-.--.-,--.'._ __....._.'m..._____ _
The thirteen Heart Scholar. I
whip award winners were: I It Is summer again and the 0. other recreational events opneed and will continue to be

Shirley Oliver, Alice Carey, ''w. Carver Branch YMCA is pre. throughout the entire Day Camp
Gwendolyn Cowart, Barbara A.! 103 GRADUATEAT In order to have many young program, commencing June 11
Brown Lee Miller Brown, liar. paring to meet the demands of sters exposed to the program, and ending August 17. For pa.
old Payne Geraldine Smith many parents who are concerned rents who are deslrtous1 of additional .
MAYS with the participation fees have been assessed wo aa
youngsters Information visit the As.
Olorla Payne, Jame, D. Bryant meet the ability of to
In well tnjpervlsed' acHy!
sedation at 6770 NW 15th Ave.
and Carol Reid'. Boby Reid and
Mays High participate. In addition to the
School will confer tie during the days ahead call OX 6.0231.
Booker T. Rice got honorable dlp'oma' on 103, graduates Frl. when school will be closed.To nominal fees, the Branch will or
:mention day night during Its commence. permit youngsters to "Help
ment exercfces ln| the cafetorl- help young people properly Theml;'elves" with the camp fees Times' Ads Pay Off!
:Practical Nursing um. The program will begin at utilize their leIsure hours with by t taking advantage of the Soap
8 p.m. constructive activities, the Association Project by the Carver Branch.
Class at NHS Is opening its Day Camp
Mrs Jane Roberts, chairmanof The activities will be under
Practical Nutating Education is grogram June 11 8:30: a.m. at
a natlon.wlde offeredto the Board of Public Instruc. the Carver Branch. The' acttvl. the: supervision! of qualified etaff Sunny Says:
prepare adults program to become com. tion will be the speaker.LaM tie* are designed for both boys members who have been selected
petent members of the health : year the school! made and girls and offer an opportui- tor heir skills, experiences
and nursing team1.Th history when 105 graduateswere ty for parents who need to have attitude character and under Taste the
granted' diplomas. standing of children and their
'* program of Practical their younpst ers enrolled in
Ntm''ng Education offered at The history making event summer programs without being growth. sunnyIIlorning
sparked the hope among admin away from home overnight.The .
Northwestern Is accredited by the
"stratore and teachers that the Special strew Is being placed
Florida State Board of Nursingand number of graduates of 1962 program Is scheduled to on swlmm'n which will not only
the Florida State Depart. would exceed that 0 .1961, last for 10 weeks and will Include emphasize skills but will provide
ment of Education.The such activities as swim an opportunity for plenty of. fun.
next class will in Hope was high at the start of flavor of.
September 196%. Applicants open are the 1961.62 year as 127 senior. ming l lessons, //crafltU devotfonj. "Swim for Safety" is a by-word ..

being accepted now Those In.trMted' enrolled. But ad the year pro. archery, cookouts, music, field of the camp program.
In the should greswd! pupils began to drop out rtlps, physical development, in.
program for various reauons. The door and outdoor games and Registration is presently
report to Northwestern for an 1n.terriew. desireof
interviews are held on having more than 105 grad. $
Thursday and Friday from 1 p.m. uates vanished. I chenleq
to 3:30 p.m. In room 249. Baccalaureate services were
Applicants mutt be citizens of held Sunday In the school auditorium Work In New YorkWe I
the United States, at least 17 at 5 p.m.
year. of age and have a least The Rev J. B. Blacknell, pas.
two years of high school education tor of St. James i AME Church
or ltd equivalent. was the speaker have the right job for you

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1964 JUNE 11
CAMP STOFP ,For further information please
cp JameS fl. Scott Community At. ,
Camping Councilors are select. call PL 8.4791 or PL 42326. I
sedation la 6fferlng one of the e i on the basis of maturity, interest ATTENTION SENIOR CITIZENS*
ii'k most enriching summer: In t h in children, education, A special summer of Itta ha<: I
ii City Program foY boys and girls' ,skills and experience. Experlenc. been planned for Senior Citisens I I
between the ages of seven and Ed junior counselor assist with of James E. Scott Community
PION 15. each group. The camp staff for Association and'' their friend I
Camp begins: Monday, June 11, the pre-school add grade school Director, Mrs Mamie Gill and I ;:J
SOUSEm at Liberty, Square Community departments Include: her committee invite you to I
Building, 6306 NW 14th ave., Mr in all of the '
Mrs. Lydia J. Nea man, register: noW' one or
and will
operate Monday thru Bonnie M. Stirrup Harold T. activities. For further information
Friday, 8:30: a.tn. to 4
CAMP ACTIVITIES p.m. Scott, Mrs. Eleanor Stubbs, Miss call PL 8.4791 or PL 8-4792 I .,
lit Loulsla B, Wynn, Mrs. Delor I
; Seven weeks of exciting fun
Sands' Mrs. Sel na A. Ponder,
and learning will include: Devo. ANDREWS' JEWELERS ;1'
Mr.s. Elizabeth Button, Miss G.
tlons, music, ,
singing informal
Wllllanu! Harold
M. ), Gary, How.
dramatics and
ard Gary, Raymond Austin, Mrs.Getald CLOCK REPAIR
crafts, and
game and sports a '
physical fitness and cook outs ne Markeflson, Mrs, 40 Yean in Runlne* )
Robbie L. Brown Hubert Gill.
program. Weekly field trips tc AI) work guaranteed
places of Interest to the campers fP 3-0152
will ihclude: Parrot Jungle, Advertise It Pays!
h l Mu$6Um 6f Science and' Natura: I 303 N.W 2nd Ave. I

e r, Hia'tory, MacArthlif Dairy.
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Swimming Instructions will be -- '
under the competent supervisionof
persons holding life saving i
certificates, at nearby Manor Th1C 0t I I'I
Park Pools. Campers will use
plastic tubes, and the "Buddy
System" will be In use at all
tlmetl N I
ua ? the convenience of patronsthe I
Midget' Camp for preschool.ers .
will operate from 7:30: a.m.
to 5 p.m., dally, Monday thru
Friday. The camp program Is
datdgned to meet the needs of the
I I younger net. Rest and cap per.
The above picture of Ham piton Miami ai the ;ia-ntpt ;; lode will be observed so that the ( I
House Motel and Villa was I Motel and Villa In Id64* tou..s.1 I children: will not be over stimulated FR C DELIVrRT M DRUG I
on display in the main lobby of ,i
ttte Pick Carter Hotel ii
Cleveland, Ohio, where the National .
Developers held dts conventionMay

Standing are Harry Mark 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
witii Hampton HoujJe PT Pri..torl Reduced New Home
Leroy Jeffrie, Vice .
the Johnson, Publishing: Co.
(cener) and Wllllajri ti. PdrteY,
president of the Nalldnal Asibdation BEDROOM 2 BATH $18,000 FULL PRICE I
of Market Developer
$1,000 DOWN $105 MONTH
who was elected for another i
term. Mr. Porter 1* aleo the .
assistant vice pfealdtnt of Corner 8th Ave. at 56th Street :
Anhueaer-Buiieh In St. Louts, Fresh Meat-Low Prices
MOo For appointment call PL 7.6663 or JE 1.5973 I

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PAGE 4 SATURDAY JUNE 9, t 96 Reports are that the president was hangfed' in effigy: \
-- and later carried around in ft blatk shrouded,box embla-
matic of a coffin. The dummy was hanged o n a tree in

front of the school's auditorium,

Ton bad, ,the students could not settle their, rieviamce* ;

I II without resoring to such heal! h'en action., ..... .
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:Mnln Offlle ftt 0740 X.W. 15th Aremie- -- ;
llrawrii at 1112 X.W. Third At*., :Miami .Mltla-I'hone FU 32230 A
The ruling of II. K. S1G18MUXD KKKVKS KdJtor antI Publisher md' the iflrtrs Praygr
Bible Reading
G.\HTII C. KKKXTES, Managing! Editor that < reciting .
in public schools is legal is really good,new&,
1'1'0(1 as Second Clwss Matter, August 0, 1927, at the Post Officeat
ef sdideewlsh\
Miami Florida, under the act of March 3. 1876 The, suit was brought by parents) '
and Unitarian students claiming that such: pra'ctices vfa",
SUBSCRIPTION RATES lated the constitution concept .separation Of church
and state.
The case was heard before Circuit Court> Judge;
PENTECOSTSunday Fritz Gordon who ruled that Bible reading and reciting

will be Pentecost, commonly called Whitsunday. the Lord's Prayer did not constitute religious instruction
An appeal was made to the State Supreme Coutt LAUDfc
When the day of Pentecost was fully come, they were all with GUM Miss Maude
one accord In one place. And suddenly there came a sound from Attorneys for the plaintiffs said they will app+&al) ttt Pauline Newbold daughter of
Mrs. Newbold
heaven as. of a rushing mighty wind and It filled the place) where the Supreme Court of the United State Mr.355%and NW 14th Stanley st., who redently of

they were hitting and there appeared unto them cloven tongues like Dade County schools now Use the Lords ,Prayer and graduated' from Bethune Cook

as fire and It sat upon each of them and they were f filled with the have Bible reading but do not have religious plays or man College, Daytona, Cum
I Laude, with a B. S. degree, witha
Holy Ghost and began to speak In other: tongues as the spirit, displays. ; .
'major la Elementary Educa.
I There is certainly need for Bible reading not
tnbre )
gave them uttt'rance.-Acis 214.: :- tion. Mass Newbold wad quite
lie lie lie only in our schools but in matty of: our home active in a number of organizations
,1.:, while a student at Be
JAY WALKING DANGEROUSJay ,: :,;' thune. She was a member of the
:;:;:.-. 1'Lauderdale YWCA, the Tra-Lo-Dram Society
walking ,besides being against the law is dan- I I secretary+ of the Student Govern,
Miss Ruth Bullard" is home ment Asjtodatlon, and the
:gerous. This week a Miamian and his sixteen year old aga'n In Hollywood,,'after her Canterbury Club. She also servedas
daughter proved this to be beyond doubt. Walking on BROWARDCOUNTY first; year as a tttudent at Tug.' vice president of. the Women's
West Flagler St., west of 23rd Ave., they attempted to P kegee Institute in Alabama.Mrs. Senate and president' of the
College 'Chapter of Delta BlgtniTheta
(cross. The father succeeded. The girl was hit by a car Marian Williams also Sorority. She W a memberof.
,causing a bruise and shock. To court they went. The girl w returned home in \W et Holly Alpha Kappa Mu Honor So
had. to go but the* father could have mailed in a $2 fine, wood from her uecond year at sleety and was listed in Who's!
but he did< not. The result was both were fined $35 and NEWS St. Augustine College.. Who Among Students' Ih Amerl.
; can Colleges and Univerdt'es!
cost of court. A total of $'80. for two consecutive Ydra.Dugie's ,

Commissioner Harold Spaet said he was shocked by t .i .Y Central 'Missionary Baptist

,the incident and has called for a complete explanation. I ..... lIy' WALTER I1OWk"'"' ------ E.ChUrch* Clark, West, pastor HOllyWood, will observe ne .

County Manager Irving McNayr has ordered a full tJ '4th Woman's Day on t h'e Guest HouseThe
report on the $80 jay-walking fines. The Carver Ranched Chamberof fourth Sunday in June. Mrs. E. house of clean rooms
Commerce will meet Monday ,
J. Clark is chairman and Mrs.
People will jay-walks sometimes without thinking. It evening June 11 at tts buildingon Carolyn Williams, '.eo. hallrm&n. Open 24 hours NE 4-3851
is better to obey the law and cross at intersections whether SW 44th ave. Members are The women are looking forwardto Seeing is Believing
there are signs or not. A minute' or two is not much asked to be present. a great day at'Central and are See us for clean rooms
time to lose and certainly much than' two are asking the cooperation of
)&< the ,
public. Z. Newbold
dollar fine.Parents. Freddie Seymour joined the reporter. Jamaica Dugie, always a
Freeway Handicap! [League at. friend
should keep reminding their children to cross
Bunche Lanes
,Clayton and Ernestine Smithare 2941 NW 47th St. Miami
the street' only at corners. Tell them what a chance theyare night. He bowls on the Bowe'j very. grateful for the cooperation INDF
taking crossing in any other part. Barber Shop team. Freddie came of the many friends that
up with a cool 200 In the sec
At schools and most .sections they are protested by ond game. made our election ttoch a huge
success. Many thanks
patrols children and sometimes adults take :too many Mr. Seymour graduated from be able to prove our. worthiness.hope to Service waiting atJOHNSON'S
Tmnesse' State College last week.
#/ */ */ Us! parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mel. Democratically;:yours,
Clayton and
vln Seymour, brothetel' and sis. Ernettlne Smith Tune ups, transmission,
Precinct No.
TOUR ENDS IN SADNESSOne ter and other members of the ;motors and road service
family attended the graduation.The .
S.W. 17th
of the worst disasters in aviation history occurred Baptist Church 4924
in Paris Business and Professional L'heria'! Rev. N. Sears pastor, (Pembroke Road)
on France a Boeing' 707 airplane :MPH'S League clotted
out on will celebrate Hollywood Fla.
Ita. anniversary West ,
crashed' / in flames a minute or less after attempting Tuesday night, May 29. The thin Sunday. Churc.h p and Missionary
take off carrying 130 people to death. Broward National Dank finished Societies of Atlantic Days YU 3-6664

The jet was returning to Atlan'tai' from a three-week flrft\Vingate and ;May's Chevrolet Homer,, third.second A, Coast participate Baptist in Association the celebrationduring will Nights YU 9-0492
European tour. One hundred fifteen of the hanqu JunSO
passengerswere was held Thursday' he morning and. after
Atlantans and members of the Atlanta Art Association June 7, at the Elks Club in Fort noon. -

on their way home. I .llI.U. }lIU 1IUL uu: uanIJlI\1JITlI7"! .' 7lo7\ .. ... "....""" ,. .....1."'...- ...'7'JIIU. \,"',,..... ,
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''j-Atlanta is in mourning and had the'sympathy ,of the ;

nation and 'perhaps of the': world. 1

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\'f...! ..': "H', i.THE. 12WA'. ;' YS\ ..I, :

Did you read the 12 ways to make your child a

crook published on ,the first page of Tuesday's :Miami

Daily News? It was written by Archdeacon Dilworth cordially invites you to .

Harrison of Chesterfield, England in his parish magazine .,
and is worthwhile reading.

Many parents: could benefit (by securing a copy of SEE FOR YOURSELF :
the paper and reading it.
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COMMUNIST PLOT REVEALEDMrs. What so many of its customers have already seen. "-

Julia Brown of Los: Angeles, an undercover

agent for the FBI and a former member of the Communist A $10.00 DOWN10.00 MONTHLYWise

Party testified for the House Committee on Un-Amer-

ican Activities told how the Communist front known aa investment in growing Dade County
the Sojourners for Truth and Justice organization createdin

1951 tried to outdo the NAACP as champions of the I Call 691-S611 and tell us how in
many your ,party
civil rights movement in Florida, but the project was

scrapped because Negro members of the group created FREE TRANSPORTATION FREE LUNCHESAny
for the purpose became involved more in civil rights

work than in party business. The first project was to be Saturday or Sunday (or any other day convenient

the case of Harry Moore's death .at Mims, Florida. Mrs.

Brown was a member of a delegation which had an audi to you)'

ence with former Governor Fuller Warren. They wantedto

discredit the NAACP by making it appear that the organization -
was not championing Negro rights. '. '= 'i Call 691-5611 ... .,.. r%;

The Communists later disbanded the group. Civil : ,,\
rights were only, for propaganda purposes. For Your Appointment to See /-{ ;> .
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TROUBLE AT SHAW Dreamland Estates .. I

There's been trouble at Shaw University, N. C., where \ M

students demonstrated, calling ,for the ouster of Dr. 'Y.R. _

Strassner, president of the university. 'l'QUUtununum:7m1RnIlOmUII'JRUII"IIIt: Jlltmn.1m Jm 111'(lIiR llllUJi JI R IiI.
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Personal Mention
School Kids i To

1\f.s. Mildred Strachan of SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1962 PAGE 5 :
;Ride For lOc I
: Nassau arrived last week on her
vacation She Is house guest of
A 10-cent() bus fare for all schoolchildren her aunt Mm' M. Johnson oC
during the summer
1531 NW 1st court.
months was unanimously approved
by the Metro Transit 'Authority II I I
on Tuesday.The Leaving for Detroit on Wed. II I
CO percent reduction of the nesday evening was Mrs. Eliza.
regular fare was proposed to the beth Houston 1430 NW 69th St.
I Authority by City CommissionerAlice She will be visiting her daughterMrs.
Wainwright Arvella Black, her grand.
officials children and other relatives and
Approved by transit asa
"summer experiment" the new friends. )Accompanying her will
rate will .effective from the i be Rev. Homer Black who has
closing of the schools in Dade been conducting a revival In St.
County until they reopen in the Petersburg.
fall. v; I I A dJ
The bus general manager, Oc. Rev. Enoch Backford of Nas.
tavio Cuevas has been instructedto eau, Bahamas returned to Nas.: r \ + V i'e' la
work out details on whether to sau last Saturday after two
issue special, cards to eligible weeks v'sit during which time he
children or use the regular school attended the graduation: of hi/ .
identification cards. son from Florida Industrial Me

Miss Geraldine 'Rolle of Miami 1 morial College, St. Augustine. I Ir
graduating senior at Florida A
and M University has won the
1962 Lehn and Fink Gold Med.
al Award for the highest cho.
lastic average during her tenurein
the school of pharmacy. The
presentation was made recentlyat
the American Pharmaceutical
Association Honors Banquet.

Daughter of Perod H. Rolle ST.
of Miami Miss Rolle attended 4r1r
Booker T. Washington, High I [
School where she was secretary
of Allied Youth and a memberof
the Honor Society Dancing
Club and Debating Team. She
was also a maporette solo twirl. r

At the university. Miss Rolte --.--.--........
was a member of De'ta Sigma
Theta Sorority, Alpha Kappa Mu King and Queen for 1962.63 of Debbie's Tlay-

Honor the American Society, student Pharmaceutical branch of land Nursery and Kindergarten, Richard Lee Reese, son

Association, NAACP and Cante- of Mr. and. Mrs. Honor James Reese. Patricia Harris,
bury Fellowship., She deceived a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. Edwad I.". Harris. Their atten
fellowship from the American dants are Claudia Bowden, dmugtoter' of Mr and Mrs
Foundation for Pharmaceutical
Education, Florida A and M I r "The Singers'To Frank Bowden, and) French, Murphy, daughter,: of Miss
University Clinical Association Hazel Dennis.
Award, Women's Auxiliary for N.G. Colleges
the Southeastern Medical Society I 13 be Presented at You are invited to attend the Commencement Pro-

Awards the Bristol Award, the gram Friday evening, June 15, 7:30: p.m. at Zion Hill
Dean's Award and remittance of Drop Bias Indiana University
Baptist Church, 2445 NW 48th St.
tuition for making a perfect
average for a eemesDer (4.00)). Racial barriers came tumbling The Booker T. Washlgnton
We extend best wishes to you for a pleasant: summer -
She plans to attend graduate down this week at Duke Univer Thespian Troupe will be leaving
school and later to go into re. sity, Durham, N.C., when that soon to attend the National Dra. jun16
search. Methodist university's board of I i matte Arts Conference at I. U.
The Gold Medal Award pro. trustees voted to change the ad. In Bloomington Ind., the entire
gram is now in its 38th y ear mission policy so as to "admit week of June 24. The Troupe Got Something To Sell Rent Trade ? ?
having teen established' dn 1924 qualified applicants to degree programs I wale extended an invitation last
by Lehn and Fink Products in the undergraduate college fall as one of the eight superior
Corporation a leading producer without regard to race, creedor drama groups throughout the Try A Miami Times Clarified Adiii1i1,111111111111i1ii1Ljllliiilitii.t.
of proprietary cosmetics and national origin" (I country to present a play at this
toilettes as a scholarship incen.I I' conference. The other seven are
the third
'. The This is 'from N.Y. Alber. .
tine for pharmacy student to end segregation within Port Chester, .&
shield-shaped plaque incorporating college the month. Wake Forest querque New Mexico; CIncln.
the medal. Is individually past natl Ohio; Medford Oregon;
of .mach (Baptist) and Davidson (Presbyterian DELUXE HOME FOR SALEWill
engraved with the name did coin May. : Hlbblng, Minn.; Nashville Tenn.
of the 63 participating collegesand Fifteen) months ago, Duke and and Pat'adena, Cal

played the on year's campus winner.* throughout It is die the. Wake and professional Forest opened schools their graduate to Negroes Appearing in the cast of Sarah"ThSlaters' sell at lost by owner. Richmond Heights. FHA

challenge school year and acting stimulus.as a visual Maxwell Tragedy"Lr>" ie Dlackshrare are commitment. $400 down, CBS 3-bedroom, 1 bath,
IS \
... Jullu9 Lee, Clarence Culler and extra large, Florida room, with awnings, living room,
Laurtstlne Maton.
kitchen, and dining area. Fence around back yard,

Leroy The Wa'h.ngton.Pictured Troupe' ; Is .sponsored by railing around porch, 2 blocks from school and

shopping center. Call after 3:30 p.m.-238.2542.
: 1 b a scene from the
+ play at It appeared In the May JnO
bI I I'sue of the National Dramatic
Magazine 'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT' il'F f fi'F'Ff'FT''F' +TT' TTTTTTTTTT' f i.likiailili.1jl

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NICK: PKOPLK Johnnie Lomelo's .

....One thing about thin ftitclllte
the 1"'Olllo| | that go there all have. King 0' Hearts .' .
something. In common-Kcry.
boil)'* nice >"Jlt ordinary folio
looking for the name tiling 6000 N.W. 7th Avenue
nil enjoyable time why don't
Ii }' evperienre<< In our town. Stop Pre.entaSOLOMON
F by and meet Home of Miami's
nicest people.
0222 NW 7th Ave.


Visit the new .

_ The Williams Brother* and at 3 p.m. A special program will AND PACKAGE STORE MAKE RESERVATIONS EARLY
Sister Club will celebrate Its be held and the public Is invited 1454 N.W. 7th Ave.
Sunday, I Shown in the picture: JohnnieJ t
June 10 at St. Stephen Baptist president; Nelson William, Popular Always
Church 1781 NW 73rd St., I vice; Charles Williams.. Anton Ronnie and Arthur, your hosts .
Rev. James P. Wilson, pastor i Williams and Sylvia Williams- Open dally 7 a.m. to 1 a.m..
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(Member of the $1,000 Committee Club) Presents D\IK COU.NTY'H IlKHT: 1WKHSKI: MEN -

Howard William
Friday, June 15 10 p.m.

Bayfront Park Auditorium, 320 N.E. 5th Street Important) Please contact Name ..........,........_........_..........................._.................._...._
Music Billy Rolle's OrchestraFor Jo-Anne Whitfield, 263 .- '. ,. '" '" ... ....-.
reservation. call by W.lOQI'ftI1III. NB 4.7874. or F. Delaney Bronson Ave., Rocester, N. Signed I ................_............._.'......................._..........

FR 3.5540 Admission $1.2S Monroe Jackson, president' Y., FA 81180. You are under Address ._..._.........,................ ......_......_...Ia",,.............
Frank Ilopldnc, vice president I Francis Delaney, recording no obligation. Rewardfor ;.I
secretory; David Rile, financial secretary. Willie Wells, his whereabouts after Mall to. Dave Iloiulu care Miami Time*. 6740 'NW IBth. Are.'"" '
founder. having contacted him. Content Clone June 1M

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iU 27th Ave. at 54th St.

N EVE R CLOSED Prices Good thru June 9, Welter's AG Store Only
Frozen Fowl Ib 190 Chitterlings $1.69

Sliced ECONOMY Bacon Ib 351 Chuck Roast Ib 39c


Slab Bacon lb 330 Roll Sausage Ib 231


Ib Z90 Ib 191

h 10 Oz.Fairlanei SlicedSfrowfcerrfes
SUCED 3 for AND 89C HALVES Potatoes 29*

Apple MUSSELMAN'S Buffer 2 291 LBS. 4 $1.00SUNSWEET Onions 291

Prune Juice 39* Sugar 5 lbs 290 Apples 391
Milk 3 for 39* MANOR HOUSE With$5.00 Order Corn 5 for 190
l,1a GAL
Ice Cream
Cream 390 Orange Juice
Corn 6 for $1.00 5 for 7Qt

. We, Cash Payroll Checks $ Cold Beer At All Times Open 24 -Hoars k Day I
Biscuits 3 for 250 Garden Peas 5 for $1.00CARRIAGE
BUMBLE BEE Roll Butter 59*
Tuna 3 for 890. BAKERITE

BUMBLE BEE WHITE SOLID Shortening. 3 Ibs 59C
Tuna 3 for $1.00MIRACLE DEL MONTE 303 CANS
WHIP OR SHURFINE Fruit Cocktail 5 for $1.00ROYAL

Toilet Tissue Portage of 4 25Cii

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,, zusskt People. PUN PHUN I SATURDAY JUNE 9, 1962 PAGE 7 I

By PHIL OSS014'E't

i I efforts for Improving human' FAC To !Present

Places. Our world is shrinking rapidly, relations with others Is the pre. Summer Adventure .
Communications such radio
as judices we harbor against thosewe
and the telephone, gIve us almost I have not recognized as neigh, In The Arts
instant connection with the
Things. rest of the world. Soon tele. bore, whether \llocal or world. Thi will be the second sum I
that the
bounced mer non-profit music,
vision added by signals wide. I
BY LAWRENCE BERT COOPER off the moon, will be programmed J dance and art school, The Fine I

nrl'tI''" .....J......JI".UI'..."" ... 11'..>I D'.........11''I[........ universally rather than just' Thus prejudices must be elim Arts Conservatory, will presentits I
-- locally. inated. As prejudices are matters : "Summer in tine Arts. The
THIS WEEK a grand unveil. shall lead the blind.; No where of the heart which dominate the program will be held three
Ing ceremony took place In this have we read where the Blind Transportation, too, is pro. head, we can understand why mornings a week and will offer I
corner when, witnessed by a cho. "fhalt plungeth" the dagger of greasing.. Newer, faster planes their elimination cannot be accomplished a varied program of mupllo lessons I
lien few, (I and the makeup man I corn Into the chest of the un. will soon make world travel by legislation alone. : dance and art classes plus
the new masthead for this gran. blind! faster than present day contlnen. It !la not surprlidng, therefore'i picnics, gardening and concerts. i
diote pillar wag made public in. tal travel. The peoples of the I that the initiative in bettering The faculty Includes Ruth f
eluding thfe' truly Impo Ing like That !is what happened last world are being brought closer human relations 1 Is coming from Greenfield, Robert Thomas, Su.
ness of the author. wtek: when Edward Ferrell and and closer together. people and organizations motl. san Stadler, Albert Edelman,
Altho we have been hanginga his common.law. old lady, Dot vated by their religious convic Pamela lintels and other highly
newspaper for lo these Thomar, who Is blind! had an are Exchange: students of many tions. qualified !instructors and: artists
gument. races and cultures arrive in our In the< community.
years we are Just like! the lay.
country and our students, a.s The National Council of Chris. Classes for
man who 'getU hi*! name printed"in Dottie waIVed until Ed had adults are also
well a>' businessmen who wish toxpaud tlans and Jews, sponsoring being offered
the paper. And a picture, be. stupidly' fallen asleep and with. Here (4 the opportunity
sides! out the aid of a seelng.eye dog, -; their areas of commerce, : Brotherhood Week is an ex. to learn correctly and lei.
are traveling to other countries' ample, The fast growing mem.
sneaked up on the sleeping form surely In this even week, pro.
If you am' interested, the and plunged a knife Into his in growing numbers. Tourists ben hip of the> Baha'l World gram, tor less than one dollara
conversation on the phone was a chest. Eddie ain't dead1' yet, but over the globe In short periodsof Faith here in America, one of day.
press conference with, John to was on the critical list when time. whose principle* is the elimination Applicants may contact Mrs.
find out If he's gonna raise our of all prjeudicea, Is also Greenfield
FR 4.7053.
taxes to feed the Communist :an heard from. Dottie She was Because of two world wars I
laboring in this important field
incarcerated.We and their aftermath in Korea,
refugee from Red China, cause of human relatlonrt
our pay envelope is stingy now wonder what would have the Middle East, the Congo and SEE THE SOUTH'S
trying to take care of the refu. been the outcome if Ferrell Just Laos many of our young folks In over 1600 centers In the
ge4 1 from Castro* ''Red Cuba. bete roe the moment of the Impact have been getting acquainted United States, the Baha'ls will LEADING COLORED
There was no comment! turned over( missing the stab?? first hand with the "other' half"of observe Race Amity' Day on PSYCHIC READER
the world. I June 10, reflecting one more
"SENATOR" Nathaniel Deau Despite all this, we still are way of demonstrating the unity CONSULT HER-
is in! The non"descrlpt "politic. SOCIAL SECURITY unable to get along together.We I of mankind regardkm of race
ian" was a winner, along with have had to make new lawn religion, color or culture In thy ?
Sumner Hutch&son and Frances and ordinances aimed at nets of rapidly shrinking world.
Henderson, of a committeeman .. . .. discrimination because of relk-!/
pelt in the Democratic Party in ious, race, color or culture rl i
the reoent election. Thaniel has become increasingly evident
I Carefully!
who was conceded the most unlikely that the battle hindrance to our

to win, ups t the apple N alLr MOver
cart. ,
Some may violently disagreewith
U, but Dean has a lot of fifty million people have Central Life Insurance Co. of Florida"YOUR
knowledge' of the political doings worked long enough under social
here and with a little trainingin security to qualify for cash
the political ucienc could goa disability benefits if they be. FRIKNDLY COMPANY" Let her years of experience guide
long come tabled. This means that and protect you throughout life
way. MODERN AND ATTRACTIVE POLICIES FROM n. A lighthouse guides the
The trey of these folk should they have social security credits ship
be commended for the history. for five years (20 quarters) out $1,000.00 UP TO $50,000.00 In a storm. For SUCCCM in bus!.
making accomplishment they of the past ten year, Edward P news and love.
have made In the Democratic Dlonston, district manager of Whole Life Endowment Educational DON'T STAY IN THE RUT. GET
the Miami North social security OUT NOW I1Y THE HELP OF
party in South Florida. I.
office said today. In the cace: of YOU.
HERE IS A LITTLE incident severe disability, the worker and Mortgage Redemption Office Hours I

that irked up, but yet drew a his dependents may be eligible Retirement Combination HospitalAnd 0 a.m. 0 p.m.
for monthly cash tioclal security Thaws. 0 a.m to
chuckle: Recently we were driving I
down 71st Ureet near Dorsey I inability benefits if he meets Home 7 p.m.
this work requirement. DAILYSunday
Junior High School when a groupof
youngsters nonchalantly and I It is not necessary: to be com. ALSO
w4hout any thought of traffic pletely helpless ,to qualify for
hazards did the ,twltt in crossingin joclal ,security disability bene. Family Group Plan I 10 a.tn. 8 p.m.
front of our car in the middle fltM.; These benefit are payableto
of the intersection. ,They were those who suffer from a Father, Mother and all Children Under 21 Years of READINGg1.00

members of the school chorus crfpplLng. disease or a severe Age Insured Under One Policy
who had just appeared on TV. :.mpatrment which makes theme
They did a superb job and the unable to do any substantialwork. New-Borns Automatically Insured After IS Days

hair on the nape of our neck REPRESENTATIVES AND BRANCH OFFICES 23 Yean Experience
raised aU they sang. We felt very Disabled adult IOns and MADAMHUNTER
proud of them. They were tedate daughters of retired, deceased, STATEWIDE IN FLORIDA AND ALABAMACall

and serious !in their renditions. or disabled worker may also for representative in city for additional
Now here they were "back home" receive childhood dlifebllity! bene. your Don't Write Call In Person
acting like any teenagers should Ate If they become disabled be. information 1657 N.W. 73rd; ST.
-clowning and doing the twist tore they reached age 18.
oblivlo; of our onrushing ear. Anyone suffering, a severe aal; :MIAMI, FLA.
We brake the heap to a .atop to ability which prevents him from
let '.em page furious and burningup. doing any substantial work
We were timid to say muchto with the
should get in touch '
them in the way of chastising' local social security office to de. LOOK! LOOK LOOK!
them they might hare crowedme. termlne his eligibility under the
We shouted, by way of social security disability pro.
shaming them "You" didn't act. gram: Mr. Bloitton stated. lie PHIL HARRIS His Girl? Boy RevueOF
l.ke that TV!
on may be losing benefits if he
They> twisted more furiously them promptly.
falls to apply for
then, obviously showing their re. The social security district office HARLEM IN HAVANA REVUE
sentment of being interfered will explain to dtabled workers
with. One in the group yelled: and their famlllles their rights STARRING ,
"We were Bossi on TV, eh d&d1" unded the law

kids We leaving can't figure school out don't yet why UM JO ANN. The Little Girl With the

the safety cros;.rwalk provided
with stop lights, but prefer to goa Give your child a

half block down the Direct to 'Summer Adventure' Big Voice
cross in droves to the annoyance
of drivers. And you better not In 'The Creative Arts
hit 'em! Dr if you want a' good
cussln' out, U1 something- to MUSIC. DANCE ART Freddie Grant's Big Band .-

'em '
Fine Art Conservatory
Oh, well!
The Dancer
KELSON Supreme
TilE SCltll U'T RES nay come. The Blues
C. JACKSON Wailing Singer
thing to the effect that the "BHad FR 4-7603

rir i.J J ..... .. .. ... ...... ... DORETHA The Exotic Queen of Dance

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13th MON. The Big Celebrity Nite. Come see the stars

TUES. The JB Nite

ALUMNI DAYAT WED. 'Phil Harris Amateur Nite .

THURS.-Crazy Dance Nite t

THE FRI., SAT., SUN. Phil Harris and His Big New .

Revue Dancing Girls ?

Sunlight' School of Beauty CultureAll Something New. Every 'Nile of The Week f'') '

graduate of Sunlight and other beautician; are EXTRA ADDED* TAP DANCING KING ,:,' ,

Invited and urged to come to the school and seeThe : MI BOWLING CLUB ;

latest in the beauty profession

KNIGHT BEAT 1900 N.W. 75th Street ''Phone 691-9833

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., Mr. and Mrs. ,Julius Ser take
i'ACI: 8 SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1962 : "M
-" ..
:/ rUge: of Bertha Jackson to ;Mr.

(McKenzie Gels NYU I Oldest OESAttends 'Qr "'1G..,; Joseph Edward Dames on "May?'

., "' ,;, 18. The marriage took place at
Cage Scholarship Meet '", the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ser
'1" who reside at 4606 Prairie;Ave,
Stan: McKenzie, a Miami News Mrs. J. Monroe of 143 NW Miami Peach. n "attendance as
All.Star Northwestern High grad,I 7th St l left Miami Thursday to best man was Julius Ser and
will attend Nov: York Universityon attend the Grand Chapter of MM l. Mildred Ser attended as
a basketball scholarship. r Eat'tern' Star:. of which she Is matron of honor. A reception $
He is the first Dade athlete to, one of the oldest members.She pfa followed the wedding. I

go direct from high school to join I has been a member for II ___ As74k
in.. powerful Violets, one of the ,
over 50 years. Two years ago
Captain Alva J. McLeod, U. S.
In the East and a participant
top teams she was presented a gold pin because t
Army Nurse Corps, youngest
in the NCAA Eastern re servtcesrendered a'
of outstanding daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Her-
tournament this
gional year She Is exempt from
man McLeod Is :In the city to attend +
Former Coral Gables High ace, all dus. The Grand Order of the
the of her
Brooks Henderson, played freshman FA and AM and the Grand Or.
basketball at NYU after servo niece, Miss Delores E. Hlggi I 1
er of Eastern Star will have "a 1
ing in the service, but transferredto the r grand session In Savannah, m 'A from Northwestern Senior High II t
with ? School on Monday June 11 at
:Florida U. before playing Ga. June 11.13 I
the Dade County Auditorium
the varsity.
Greetings from all the Stars
Following graduation. Captain
of Miami. Kamala Devi, exotic new
McLeod will return to duty at
.. .
v; -- --- -- screen beauty Id introduced
Dewitt Army Hospital, Ft Bel- fo
Club LKKOY WILLIAMS vlor, Va.Drive. moviegoers In "Geronimo the
Tuskegee Extends hearty thanks to his United Artists release in Pana.
MeetsThe God Parents'' and the many kids vUlon and Technicolor starring
who Joined him and made his Chuck Connors at the LibCity
4 L: Tuskegee Alumni Chapterof recent blrthay party a great suc Carefully! Drlveln.I .

Miami is holding an o pen cess.
house meeting at the home of
Mrs. Rosa Le Brady, 6645 NW Mr and Mrs. William Sweet. I BUY SEASON TICKETS NOW FOR 5c ADMISSIONTo
24th court on Saturday, Junj 9 Ing and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Special approved children's shows on
at 8 p.m. Drawing will be heldon 'iRolle celebrated Memorial Day
round', trip to 'Nassau, Dona.. with a barbecue enjoyed by a THE SUMMER MOVIE CLUB
.tion $1.00 each mils' may be few friends and relatives) at AT THE ACE AND
Mr. and Mrs. THEATRES
yours if you participate. Buslnes 1306 NW 66th st.
: meeting 8:30: to 9. All alum. Arthur Sorey and Mr. Perl Davies Every Wednesday_2 p.m. ,(starting June 13)
nl and friends Invited. Benefitof were among those present.
FREE coupons good for 2, bottles
of tasty Squirt to
.... -. scholarship fund. Mrs. Ora D. everyone
Out of 250 persons trying out: Taylor, president:' Mr. Fuller, Attending: Summer Movie Club Shows

for the Southern Shakespeare I secretary FOR SALE NEWIf Save.6 Squirt bottle caps for free admission!
Repertory Theatre from all over I
the United States, Canada, and for Regular adm Children 15c. Adults and students
England, Julius T. Lee is one Music Art DanceA you are looking dif a 35 cents if accompanied by children
of 35 chosen to participate this duplex something

jear. ferent than average, you
Summer Adventure For
On the Sixth of June the play ..++..-
must see this at .
ers began intensive rehearsal for For Your Child
tho 3, cond] annual season. 1426 NW 46th St.
The theatre will open July 10 Fine Arts Conservatory
with "Twelfth Night. Following: I, Open Sunday from T to 5

th s performance In nightly rota. STARTS JUNE 18TH C. C. Wynn, Bldr.
tlon will be "Hamlet," "T & e
Tempe:'t" and, 'Julius Ceasar" FR 4-7503 JE 1.6902
given six nights a week until
August 5Performances,
OX 1.7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St.
will be held In
the Beaumont Lecture Hall
on A of The Ouiat.
the Story
University of Miami main
.. of
campus. v ea. Inspiration
FIRST MIAMI SHOWING'th"e1NOrdfor..fury
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WHILE I'M AT IT when of Lejuene and representative of Tampa, came to Miami to
E MiAMi TIMES MIAMI bA you Jim Everett .
back Coach
are in Liberty City stop in sASharpe's of the Par and Birdie Club: up Sam
Cities Service at 15th president, Frank Rivers; tourna. Pampered Poodle owner
he'll be open next
Are.: and 62nd St. and get your ment director; Ernest Hayes, Robin aon sez til 10
gas. Ha is supporting us in the assistant: tournament director; Thursday ,and Friday
L3 Immaculate Dozen Contest, which Eugene Clapp, Ira Maxwell and p.m. Met Dizzy Jones in
shows that he 'la "communfly. Yours Truly. I Grand Way getting some meat
The Hampton House has been and bread He's staying home
minded, so we should support
him. seJe4ted as headquarter and with my little boy. He's so cute,
registration: will begin on Sun. was: born with a proce*'*.
Around Miami GIRL day at 7:30 p.m. in the lobby Till next week live life, every
PIIETTY Week: of the Hampton House. golden minute of it. PEACE.
Sarah Dixon (Hampton House) All golfers are urged'' ,to register .
Pretty Boy of the Week: Ed in order to participate. We SPECIAL!U
By DAVE BONDU I Gill (S.r John) Man About will give you more detail next We don't have Special Nlies
Town. ,Father Theodore Gibson week about the Par and Birdie at the Satellite Lounge Why?
: Couple of he Week:
Happy $500 Open. ..
Very simple every rote Is the
I Mr. and Mrs Roger Williams.
same, the utmost In enjoyment.

AUSTIN BURKE, whose nanio1s WJTZ, Hampton House owner is QUICK NOTE DEPT: I stop. Nothing special could be added.
Us popular In this area as in the process: of remodelling' DOWN AT TUB Sir John ped In the' Satellite Lounge the Atmosphere atmosphere and
JPK, to Interested In the Imma the: lounge. They are putting In Woody Laughtnghouse: manager other nlte where the swinging Atmosphere. Miami's most unique
culate Dozen. Mr. Burke told' me tiers so that any one in the rear Mark Fritz sez since he has been Dud'leys are still in high gear. lounge.TOOTHACHE.
that he's glad to know that our of the club won't have to stretch staying open 24 hours in the The more you hear them the I
men have taken so much prideIn theIr; necks' to see the show restaurant things are looking better they :sound. However the I
their appearance. Therefore Mrs. "M" as I call her, is a ree. better. Business. should be main topic around the bar la the
he 1> going to help make our markable woman who ha$ doneso boom ng this weekend', because Immaculate) Dozen Contest.
Immaculate Dozen Contest more many good things to benefitour The Glass will have a battle of This is where C. F. Davis* is tell. Don't suffer mtdltuiy.. Get speedy r..
successful. Burkle, as be 'Is more race that I wouldn't have Songs, between Ada Lee and ing everybody to vote for h 1 s )M from throbblrff' pain' of toothache
commonly known, is going to be the space to tell you about,them. Bobby Marshall Friday and Sat. choice. Roy Bowe of Nassau: with lOll fut la itcoodi.acttm OWWEU Cuarentesdr Pain'
our master of ceremonies and Out, we all know about the urday only. Other than the Tur. owner of the Conch Shell, stop. ..monty back.All drug_itortt. U. I
narrate our fanhlon show Six of hange from the Booker Terraceto ner Family and Bobby Marshallthe ped at the Hampton House for a ran. NTI
our winner) will pay a visit: to the Hampton House so that big attraction will be Frank day. While here on a shopping
(08 Lincoln Road, the home of !olk could have a nice place to DuBobe and his! Scratching spree Golf pro, Willie: Black
Quality Clothes and pick outfitsto take out-or-town risltora and Scratchers.
show ai the affair on Wettnes.: I how them ,that we have some. ,
day night July 4, Burkie is also thing 1n Miami to be proud of. TilE PAn AND BIHDIB Club' Have a Lifetime Profession
riling some beautiful prizes. I usually write about the "hap.
penings" at the Hampton House of Miami will hold its first Statewide
More prize are being thrownin but this week I thought I would $500 open golf tournamentat Craft' School for Aids
the pot too. Coasor's University write about a person whom I Miami Springs on July 23 and ; 'Care- Nurse's
of Cosmetology is donating a think is a truly great woman, 24. Arrangements were made by
prize; Charles C. North I id dona Mrs. Florence Markowltz. Parks and Recreation Director I SUMMER CLASSES NOW FORMINGFor
ting a trip to Nassau/ ; Sharp' James Hilton; Arthur Evans.,
Cities Service 1s donating 50 assistant! director of publicity,
CAROLYN FARMER has i kk- Ten Weeks Courses.- Day or Night
gallons of gas,; Baker's Famous ed up a new name at the Baker's for the City of Miami, Harry
Corner is giving a transistor Famouj Corner She' is now be. Markowitz, Hampton House REGISTER
radio. Frankly; I do not know ng called "Mrs. Charity." She owner; L. L. Brooks, president NOW
how many prizes there will be, Ike: of Bonded Rental Agency; Nor
so many others does good
but there will be many. Our deedti but you never hear about man Durdin, manager of Miami 1711 W. Flagler St.. Call FR 9-7357
first place winner will havea them. Same goes for C. C. North Springs Golf Course; VInce Al.. I
tree three.day ,trip to Nassau of North Travel Agency. I knowof len, pro of LeJeune Golf Course; ,
and free lodging at Marietta's ---- ---
a lot of good things both of ,
Quest Hotwe. them have done that they r/onl

For these remaining weeks of tell you themselves. So go by ,
the contest, which closes June 30 Baker's Famous Corner, if you
we have printed a bonus coupon can get in, for your friends being
in the Times which gives a bonus here and see the happenings
vote to you. Clip out the coupon It you're planning a trip by
and pate it on a post card and train, plane, bus, boat, ckates,
mail to me, Miami Times, 6740 rocket, submarine' scooter, horse Liberty t City
NW 15th ave. and the coupon back, piggy 'back or otherwise,
for two votes. We would also please buy your ticket through
like to have a photo of all candidates North Travel Bureau for there Is
whose names) have been no extra charge to you. You pay
sent in, 50 that we can publish the same if you buy it from the
them' next week. So you people train station or airport. Let's
who have been voted for please support our own. -
send your photo or drop 1t by .
the Times no later than 'Tuesday t. Amusement Park
at 10 a.m.

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.-.. ,.....-..-, MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1962. '.

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Father's Day Men's McGhaney Speaks .

Day at Mt. Zion I tell only the truth In "my': ."

Sunday, June 17 is Fathers' writings and every word can be

Day. At the' Mt. Zion Baptist proved to complete satisfaction. .,

to Clturdi Church, corner of NW 9th St. I am wondering tuft' why is it
at 3rd are' we will celebrate '
that matter how igood you
and Men's
1 me" Jointly, Fathers' Day :
Day. This program id under the try to be to others, no matter. .
do for them ;
sponsorship of the Laymen'sLeague you some t
: don't more about r'4
people care any
and to
promises have
-- rewarding 'feature you than a dead dog or dead cat.
many I going to tell the ''readers'
At the 11 a.m services the
St. Matth. '. FreewillLast of the Miami Times about : '
Pastor some
New Hope GREATER NEW BETHEL Honorable Judge Henry Balaban real life experiences of mine and
Sunday, Ren W. W will be the speaker. He is a
245<< NW 8th Street 'about some people with whom I
In 13th 2014 NW 6th Court man of very high training and
Rev. J. B. Weodley, pastor R T. S. A. Cousin, pastor one who has had numerous rich have had theme experlences-
well children.
Rev. James E. Brown, pastor: Nathaniel Thomas, reporterThe Hundreds of word Ippers are experiences thus giving him ex. adults as as

of the New Hope Baptist Churcl members and pastor of expected Sunday, June 17, to cellent background for thla re.IponsiblHt The Christian "Service Prayer
will celebrate hi, 13th annlver. this church would like to expres witness an inspiring service in )'. You will not want tomiss Fellowship, under my leadership,

sary as pastor of the church, our appreciation for helping observance of Fathers' Day. him. I has helped many families, from
66th street and NW pith ave.. the 20th anniversary of o u ;r .From <4< to 6 p.m, in the re. : time to time. And many of these

Liberty City, beginning Monday, church, and special thanks tithe The 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. ser. factory of the church you will be families, I regret to say, did not
June 17 through Wednesday; Rev. Slrama, and the Friendship vice will be rendered entlerly entertained royally at a Mu'SdcallTea I even visit or call me. during the
June 27. On Friday, June 22. a M. B. Church for llverinj vices will be rendered entirelyby at which time all 'performers i I entire 18 months that I was a''
special Community Night pro. the anniversary sermon. the men of the church with will be male. What excitement tut-1n.. Thanks for reading -
gram vim be held In honor of: The doors of our church stars Rev. Cousin bringing the' message Do you sometimes wonder I I more next week. '

his many years of service as I a open at: all times. $ in keeping with the occa. about the prograsg. that the Ne.
pastor in the community. alon. gro has made during the past Richard McGhaney ',":.<4
hundred )'eanT Then come to
NEW PROVIDENCE M. B. The public is cordially invited. Mt. Zion at 7:30: p.m. on June
ST. PAUL A.M.E. CHURCH You wouldn't want to miss either 17 and hear some very well MIAMI TIMES ADS
Rev. C. J. Burner .pastor of the services. equipped panelists present their

Rev E. J. Fayeon, pastor Claudia When, reporter Wilbur Ellison, chairman; S. views on the Subject: "The Pro. DON'T COST THEY PAY

Mrs. Lee Gray,, reporter Sunday is Youth Day. Our Daniel Mobley, director of music grees of The Negro."
SW 27th St. ,. .
3627 children are expecting a glorlou -, --
Our children graced the altar time. Note the time change hour BAHA'I ASSEMBLYThe
in large numbers re., TEMPLE BAPTIST
Sunday evening service to 7:30 p.m
eelvlng' the Holy Communion, Preaching services for our revival Baha'is of Miami will 11/4 ACRES
following a dynamic memg< i greeting begins June 11 Rv.: L. A. Thompson pasorSunday celebrate Race Amity Day at a

delivered by our pastor. After Rev. F. C. Curvin of Dublin Ga: Children's Day, the meeting to be held 8 p.m. Sun.
the morning service, the pastoi evangelist. Time 7:45:<< p.m. young people will have charge of day, June 10 at the Baha'i Cen. PALM BEACH
along with the jstewarde &a vis. the morning and evening er- ter. 137 NW 11th ave. Mr(. '
Ited and communed the sick. Th< vices. Under the direction of Frances Baumgartner of North

pastor will be expecting the co. GRACE PRESBYTERIAN Mrs. V. Strachan and Mrs. A. Miami will" speak on "Man, One 375

operation of the congregation ta Newbold, a interesting pro. Family.
Last Wednesday evening we very
supporting the pew rally June 17 had a fine meeting of the parent. gram lias been prepared for the Race Amity was Inaugurated 1110 fewn eM 110 Mfi.*. OnraI37S
After a soul Stirring sermoj and Sunday school teachers.lllm A occasion. The public is l invited. by the National SpiritualAmenably full l pJh! acre
Our evenlnt of the Baha'i of the tract fe 'I"" tea.
by Rev. Fayson. .. strip wan ahown. '"Th< The Training Union is sponsor United States to emphasize the MM 14 nilaa trim MI...... DI..
service climaxed with an Oldfashion Great Adventure" which told us .ng a "Pie Sale" at the homeof eount for laroaf 'ut.M.( I ra-
unity of mankind regardless of
hand shake. The pastoi; I ctMly I aamaUtH hard reads
all boards and about the ups and downs of Mrs. R. Jackson, 24S NW race, religion color or culture. I within 1000 ,arda ahaw haw data
will be expecting teaching Sunday School. All wen 11th tit., Apt. 37, Saturday from The publio I Is cordially Invited. I I Mi* land' la: tranaa. taa :, \
clubs to have their reporfi i walk an It, M yaur .wlt .
film aDd
greatly benefited by the 1 p.m. until! l.'rtendit are
ready for our third quarterl)' I i CI.., travM with" Mtlva IF.. ....

conference Friday night. Oui discussion.The pastor. wishes to thank the'!' vited. MT. CALVARY BAPTIST 'Warranty MDndd.astPima. :: ..=
Mr. J. Bur. The men of the church will chi,... tltla "I/I'lble. MIMrsler.tha
members are:
sick and W I congregation tfor ,the fine meet. meet this Saturday at 7:30 >p.m, Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor thee MIIfII' leach as'Mi.ml
roughs, Mr. E. Saunders Ing that we had after churcl to make further arrangement) Phyllis Myers, reporter a.fMnc" Miami leach I

Cole.Sunday. is Children's Day A last Sunday, During the coming for Men's. Day. Chairman A. J. Sunday morning everyone was; lard Chamber at .If..,""tw..vea-., tams is M./a.r
for lummer season we really need to Hunna expecUl everyone to IK happy to hear Rev. Thomas tfflce for IIIW: Iafmitlu4 Iriansad
unique program la planned raise fund and keep up ou: render the message. soar at we Nn aNInf.rsutlce
the evening. You are cordially in. present. Ie ,... .M gee prefer.days. r rMelle
weekly offering. The pastor I Is service Sunday night
After ... "'"QM III ao
vited to join uy for a pleasant grateful to the congregation for the Lord's Supper wad administered. u nM III Mol. I I

evening. We will *ee you In the enthusiasm and cooperating KELLY'S CHAPEL Not Ratner R..ltor
church Sunday. being .shown. Sunday everyone was happyto
I Rev. Leroy| Dell, pastor see Mother Brooks back to M.B. Federal E1dg.c .
net u..w"" .
Church of God in Christ DArTISRev. Sunday afternoon June 10 at church. She has been sick but JE 8.5664
CHRISTIAN she la doing much better now
1809 NW 6th Avenue Cleo, Albury, pastor! 4 o'clock a by Calendar the Woman's Tea will So.be She wllthu to thank all persons MIamI Beach, Florida
sponsored I
Elder J. C. Jackson, pastor cards
flower and
I who sent her ,
Ira McCall Jr., reporterOur 1890 NW 47th Terr. clety of Christian Service on, the
church was blessed to have The pastor officers and mem. I lawn at Kelly Chapel. This event during \
a wonderful time Sunday. Thf t trs of the Christian Baptist& will end out Calendar Rail'
preached very Church wish to extend an inviu. which If in progress to benefit
beautifully. The JuntorW rendered tlon M all our services at out the church building fund. LARGE

the music for the day. I new location.We Fronds, please attend and seethe EXPRESSWAYZoned I
The senior choir would like to are endeavoring to man! work being done !in platter-

express thanks and gratitude fei Test to the community by word tog the Inside of our church.

coming out and helping us in our and deeeM that "light", whist This is the last Sunday In our residential. Build your home on it
battle between the Church ol) Jesus Instructed the Christian Methodlt Conference year,

God of Prophecy in a 'ingingconteet. lo let shine. Member come to church Sunday'
and for helping support The ministry of the churcl and help make this a banner rear $20 DOWN $20 MONTHLY
the Tom Thumb Wedding that hall( be to preach and teact by your presence and fulfillingall
was held at the Dunbar Elemen. that we are to be Christian obllgatlorlt \
tary School. first, with no creed but Christ,' Chase H. Pyke Realtor TU 5-1589
and the word of God, the Bible, ,


MT. ZION AME CHURCHOpt ,May the Holy Spirit direct" Richmond Heights

Locka, Fla. rou to fellowship with uj, for wire <
forward-looking church Rev. L. R. Ross, pastor
Rev. II. E. Green, pastor a
Services were well attended on for a comlng.agaln: Lord. Bettye Melton reporter 11Jiil'! Jii = i1111i11! i 8:: 8e8 28333&g3S2238S3aIN!

Sunday and everyone enjoyedthe Choir No. 1 will celebrate its PEOPLES DRUG STORE BARBECUEAND

two sermons our pastor ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. anniversary Sunday, June 10 at LUNCHEONETTE
preached. The Holy Ghost was
the church. Selec.
3:30: p.m. at
present during both .."Iete.. J. W. Btepberson. pastor will be rendered by varl.
tions Street FR 4-5874
There was one joineo and one T. Copeland, reporterThe 402 and 406 N.W. 8th I
M. ou, choirs in the Dade Countyarea
convert. president and members to share in our program. BarBQuoFeaturing :
After service Sunday Drug
of choir No. 2 of the Antloch You are cordially invited to at. breakfast, lunch
Mrs. Delect*
Louise Blanford was
ed as ,our Woman"* Day chair. Baptist Church 17 thank and tothe tend. I I Specializing In prescription, and dinner, Old Hickory Bar -I..
man and Mrs. Jeanette Jackson ; officers, members Everyone is invited to attendour patent mefllcinM aad sundries
friends for making their 13th revival services which will becue from 0 p.m.
our co-chairman. The membership inniveraary a cut Access, on begin the week of June 11 and Open dally .u..:80 ...... 13 .......
these will womeqi do to its mata best in this helping daythe Sunday, May '27. Th. amount will extend for two inspiring FrI., Bat to ISO ...... Open Fli. A Sat. to 9:80 avm. \

seed was $2,199.9) speaker will
weeka. Our gueet
b *, t. Sunday, June 10 will be be the ae" J. E. Gregory, a Satisfaction Guaranteed Free Delivery
Choir No. 2 and usher BoardNo.
church. The national evangelist from Brook
1 will sponsor a trip to Virginia Youth! Day at s i ? T: : il Jr
lunlors of the church will carry lyn N.Y.
Beach the SaturdayEveryone A
on. mt the order of services both
Is asked to go. nornlng and night. Make It a "Uvln, Service for the Living"Oscar
lust to observe our youth Friendship M. B. ChurchRev.
ST. MARY'S W. M. Graduation exercla for An. Sims
W. E. pastor
Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor loch Baptist Kindergarten wille Mrs Ruth Lee Carr, reporter
> held June S at f p.m. You ,
Miss Dorothy -Major reporter while is InviUd. Sunday, June 10 at I p.m.
Each one wait spiritually bles. All of our visitors and friends will begin one week of Prayerfor I
sed last Sunday. Our pastor was ire Invited to attend our revivalteeting. our revival services. The
in charge. Morning services at begins I June t through lev.( J. E. McCrary of Ocala will

Lord's, cupper was administered fane S. Preaching services be. be our revivatUt. He will begin fl

during morning and night service ;ins, June 11, through June 22, our services of preacbln g on I I
*. 7 r p.m. each sight Rev. Z. 0. Monday. June 11 at S p.m. for r
Sunday School will begin Its ray will conduct the meeting.lev. len nights. I

u-ual hour with John Mdvicei Bullard Cray *. moderator of You will not want to mid : :Tj

lard 11 o'clock in charge.:; evening Morning service at ioatgomery Ga. sjocUtlon of East. bearing this famous revlvalUt.Our A

nan. congratulations to three
June 10 U Youth The Young Matron of our members of our youth depart
Sunday, junior L. funeral Home
will honor our Range
Day. Our youth of the church hnrch and col. neat graduating from Booker T.
will be in charge of the servicesall aDd senior high to Vasaington. They are: Geraldine. AthalU Owner N. Patrick
have a' uniqueprogram lec. graduate with a tea Monroe., Nathan Streeter and Range, Range, MIT. .

day.prepared They for your enjoy. elute them. the Program eaurch.will The start Janle Williams.We 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue .
ment pleat.e come out and encourage 14 p.m. are very proud of them. :
We ublle to iaviUd.Pray OX 14)131 OX 1-4343
people. will be a
our young for and visit our sick We hope your career I r

are praying for our sick andbhut.iz. and ehuti; l. .' prosperous future. I n _u:


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Ave., Opa-locka, died June 4 at ren and jiine great-grandchildren
Jackson Memorial She is S.rvicQjkfere| conducted Thursdayat
:: survived by a sister Mrs. Vinella SpJiTO the Chapel and she was
CARDSMEMORIALS. Bernice 3dtit0 Naylor\ ', Ga, following the
... Lane; a cousin, Mrs Swlnt; '
.., two aunts, ,six nephews and five servl. !fr*"n4 rites,

.. nieces. Funeral services will beheld 'M & pt 225 N.W.
IN Monday, 1 p.m., New" Bethel a4 20 \' ;': cJ.fJ.,1ddenly] \ June 4.
MEMORIAMIn Baptist Church Opa-locka, Rev W, Sh0 isJsumved by her ''husband
I DEATHS K. Smith, Pastor, officiating. Interment one.brother:and aevjralnleces andnephews
Sad but Loving Memory of
will follow iQ Lincoln Memorial
Our Dear OUI, ahow ....,* c** / Funeral arrangements
Cemetery. .
L ( are incomplete: .;
--" r 4
Range ,
a of 1012 N.W. 75th St., died June LL Richardson. a .
MISS BUNNIE MONTGOMERY\ 4 at Jackson Memorial Hospital.

FAYLOR, of 15184, N.W 22nd Sh3 is survived by a daughter, Mrs. """ lIrr !
Willie Mae Baager; a grandson,
CARD OF THANKSThe Robert/James' Pixon' ; a' spn-in-law( ,
Mi Don Badger; a niece, Mrs.

Family of the Late Zepharee Harris Remains were ""
.i .
sent to Jacksonville, Florida Thursday 11' '1 '
for final rites and burial. <;''fI.'i>

a LUCIUS GARY, Jr., the son of Mr. } .l I'\ -
fim Ark, and Mrs. Lucius Gary, of 2220 N.W. f"
153rd St. died June 1 .< : ..
T Opalocka, u4 ,N NmitS. 1>>
at his parents' residence. Funeral
services were held Tuesday in the HANNAH McNEIL, of 140
Range Memorial Chapel. Interment 'N.W. 7th I iSt.'in' Pompano Beach,
was in Lincoln Memorial Fla., died enroute to North Brow-
Cemetery ard Hospital on June 1. Funeral
; Services will be held at Bethel
+ a Francis i A.M.E. Church in Pompano Beach,
Fla. Saturday, June .9, 2 p.m. '

j with Rev. Milton Fayson ,
I officiating. )Survivors include her

husband, Richard; two daughters,
Mae Sworn and Laura :Manuel one p
son, Wilfred McMeil; one sister, w
MlSa LOKtJNA; AirtE three brothers, and 14 grandchildren. F r'
who departed this life June 9, 1961 .
It seems to have been just yester .
day. MRS ROSA SIMMONS, of 569 -
When God saw fit to take you N.W. 8th St., Apt. 4. died at Jackson l MRS LOSSIE GARDNER, ;784

away; Memorial Hospital on June 3. N.W.6sth: St., died at Jackson Me.
Thepleasant'memories of you, Funeral services were held in the mortal Hospital on June 3. She
will linger on I l :chapel Wednesday, June.6, 7 p.m. leaves to mourn. her husband, Ro-
Since it's true that ypu've, reap Survivors include ,one son, James bert; nine ,sisters. Miss Elizabeth
gone. r ; William; five. grandchildren.MISS Screen. Mrs.' Mabelle Anderson,
Sleep.on our loved' one, and .take ,1 Miss
Loretha Screen, Miss Alto
who died on May 12, 1962 WILLIE MAE LIVINGSTON,
your rest.Well wishes to its sincere thanks of 1353-C N.W 5th died at Screen, Miss Willie Mae Screen of
express I .
always love but God .
you 'ft ,New York, Mrs. Carrie Jenkins of
loves best. I j to the many friends for their kind Jackson' Memorial Hospital on
you I Cleveland, Ohio, Mrs. Thelma Nash
'MRS. LEASHER ASHE, and sympathetic felicitations extended : ,..: May 27. Survivors include her '
Houston Texas, Miss Addie M.
during its bereavement. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Enos Living.
Mother and FAMILY .i ''-\.,' .* I
; \ Screen and Miss
Special thanks to Rev. N. F. Clark, ,f.: ; t: ,;"'h'+ ston; two brothers Wilbert and Evelyn Screen;
the officers and members of St. Alvin two sisters Mozella Williams ;five brothers, Carlton, Dolan, both
IN MEMORIAM 'f \ ", ;
: ; of Cleveland, Ohio, Robert, Wini
Matthews Baptist Church for their f and Ruby.; and one son, Mar I
In Sad but Loving Memory of kind affections. Thanks also to -/. J11'm',i-,. vin. Funeral arrangements at this fred and Wise Screen Jr. of Tus-
y; My FatherMATIIIAS Rev. L. A. Thompson for his kind .;" ":% > ". time are incomplete. :kegee,. Alabama; aunts, uncles,
thoughtfulness; to the neighborsof 1:! nieces, nephews and several other
Shadrach ... .,. relatives and friends. Funeral services
Rev. Lewis;; the neigh .... ;' Albert
bors of 71st Ten and 72nd St. a will be held Saturday June
hanks for their appreciation, understanding MRS\ DAISEY LENORA GREEN, MRS. DELLA BROWN of 1818 9 at 2:30: from New Providence
of 2480 N.W. 61st St. Apt. 3 diedat Baptist Church with Rev. C. J.
and sympathy; to the N.W. 71st St., was dead upon arrival -
entire gracious goodness for their her home on June 6. Funeral at Jackson Memorial Hospital Burney officiating. Interment in

efficient, courteous and untiring services will be held at St. Mary's June 7. She is survived by a son, Evergreen Cemetery.

services rendered. To all others, Weslyn Methodist Church on Saturday Richard; three sisters, Mesdames MR. WILLIE COLLIER, of 4636
God's them. June 16, at 3 p.m. with Rev. Gabriella Mae Norah
R mercy upon Rodgers,
"9r S.W. 19th St., W. Hollywood diedat
If. V. Stewart, pastor, officiating.
Humbly and respectfully, Duncombe, and Marine Rolle; three Memorial hospital He leavesto
MRS. GERALDINE LEWIS, Survivors include her mother, Mrs. nephews and three nlevesM Funeral
mourn a wife. Rose, and two
Edna Culmer Charles
; Stepfather,
Wife; arrangements are incomplete at
brothers. Funeral services will be
Culmer one brother, Harlie McKenzie
; -
% ,, A Daughter of New York City; three held Sunday, June 10, at 2:30: from

: JAMES LEWIS; Son sisters: Mrs. Lillian Hines, Mrs. RAMSEY, the son of Mr. Mt. Zion AA1.E. Church in West
ft SHADRECH LEWIS, Brother Iris Moore and Mrs. Bertha Mae and Mrs. Eddie Ramsey, of 4920 Hollywood, with Rev. Fred Wright
PRINCE LEWIS, Brother, ; McHenry; a grandmother, Mrs. Ep- N.W. 25th St.. died June 1 at officiating. Interment in Hallan-
DAVID LEWIS, Brother; sle McKenzie, and other relatives. Jackson Memorial Hospital. Grave- 'dale Cemetery.
: { Y4t CHARLES WALLACE, Son-in- MISS ELIZABETH JOHNSON, of side services were held Tuesday!I MIL. HENRY LEE BONNER died

Law; and other ,Relatives. 358: N.W. 10th St., died at Jackson I at Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. on June 3 at the Club Downbeat in

r rWg Memorial\ Hospital/ on June I. Remains CAROLYN YVONNE BAINS, the Goulds. Funeral arrangements at
CARD OF THANKS were,shipped to Tallahassee, daughter: of Mr. and Mrs. NevilleL. this time are incomplete.

Fla. on Thursday, June 7, 10 p.m. Bains, of 1420 N.W. 72nd St.
The Family of the Late for final rites and burial on, Sun Apt. 13 died June 2 at Mt. SinaiHospital

day, June 10. Survivors include Graveside services were BROWNSVILLECORPORATION
one sister, Mrs. Susie Baker of held Wednesday at Lincoln Me.!
West Palm Beach, Fla;- two bro- modal Cemetery.

thers. ,Jessie, and Frank,, .of Tallahassee ..
A. FERMENTwho Fla. INFANT PAYNE, the daughter of
departed this life June 9, 1961 Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Lee Payne, We Finance Mortgages
It is not death to close lADY BOY WILLIAMS, son of of 6003 N.W..14th Ave., died June flu and veil loU horn *
The eye long dimmed by tears, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Williams, of 5 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. .) and ?w.
And wake in glorious repose 1923 NW, 4th Ave., Apt... 3, died Arrangements are incomplete. .. Anything In Real Estate.
To spend eternal years. at Jackson Memorial Hospital on PASBY We also lend money
MRS. AMANDA L. died in
EDWARD FERMENT, Son; May 27. Gravesile services were
and FAMILY held on May 31. Jackson Memorial Hospital June 3
following a brief Her survivors
IN I MEMORIAMIn I are .two daughters, :Mesdames 3095'N.W.. 52nd) St.
Bernice Fewell with wnom Phones NE 3-3198
Sad but Loving Memory of CARD OF THANKSThe she lived at 3172. N.W. 42nd St., 691-5851
Our Husband and Son and Ophelia Daniels of W. Hollywood .
Bereaved Family of the Late ; one brother, James Robertsof ind!

MRS. BEATRICE BROWN Jacksonville; three grandchild
wishes to their deepest
departed this life May 20, 1962 thanks and express appreciation to those

wish to take our sincere this method thanks of and expressing who of sorrow.were attentative Your thoughtfulness in their time, THE RT. REV. JAMES .J.. DUNCADD'

appreciation to our many friends cards, flowers, telegrams and other *
and neighbors who were so kind" gestures of sympathy were greatly t
during our hour of bereavement. appreciated.Our f
Special thanks to Rev W. J. Macon The new Suffragan Bishop of the Diocese of South
a Pastor of First Baptist Churchof special gratitude goes to
Bunche Park, for untiring ser Richardson's Funeral Home and ,:\: r., /, Florida.
r Rev. Adam R. Bullard nf St. Phillips i !
vices; Reverends H. E. Green, S. L. .
.I '
and Gay,Harold I. C. Mickens Brown., Joseph Smith rendered.Mission. for their kind service '.> << Will make hit initial "visitation for

.. ; .
Our sincere thanks' and appreciation :

,to you for your cars. cards, CONFIRMATION AT
flowers, telegrams, letters, donations IN MEMORIAMIn
food and other kind deeds
rendered. Special thanks again to Sad but Loving Memory of '
Oscar L. Range Funeral Home for I I My Dear Son St: Agnes Episcopal Church

its courteous, kind and efficient MR. CHARLES MAXWELL SMITH

service. Mrs. Josephine Mackey, who departed this life June ., 1961 1750 NW Third Avenue
Principal of Nathan B. Young Elementary Earth has lost its look of gladness,
I School and her entire Heaven seems to us more bright,
I staff, classmates of grade 4, Mr. Since the spirit of my dear son, SUNDAY
I Benny Thomas Teacher, Cub and Took its happy onward flight; JUNE -10:30 A.M.

ARNOUD D. HUDSON, Jr. I. Scout Master, Anthony Simons and But we long to cross the river, .
whose passing occured June 7, 1957 Leonard Ivey, Den Mothers ,of Long to nest upon the shore, --o---
Sleep on and take your rest, but Pack 397, doctors and entire staff Where to see, to know, to love
Jesus loved you best.HUDSON. of Magnolia Hospital Spic and there,
FAMILY. Span Dry Cleaners officers and With the Savior ever more. ,A cia of 123 candidate will be presented for

members, of First Baptist Church Sleep on dear son and take your
IN MEMORIAM' and Mt. Olivette Baptist Church, rest, we loved you but Jesus loved Confirmation by The Rector
Bunche. Park School Cafeteria, you best. '
In Loving Memory of. Mayor and Mrs. Richard Bennis of MRS. NETTIE SMITH Mother; THE'YEN. JOHN; E..CULMER, D. D.

SEDGWICK G. "Train' ROKER Opa-locka, Opa-locka Civic Club, MR. TIMOTHY SMITH, Father;
who departed this life June 5, 1961 and many others. CHARLES MAXWELL SMITH, The public: invited,
May he rest in peace. Gone May the Lord's richest blessing Jr.. Son;
but not rest upon each of you. MRS. CHARLOTTE SMITH,



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11iti)jt; clutter ,- eager voices
express Jbg; thittgft that make Ute SATURDAY JUNE ,9, 1962 PAGE 13F9
worth living. tie ttiUtttt music
s that h'aake"oonversatJon It plena I

ant outlet at the end of ft hectic .. I. '01, "". ".". : .I,,.
I day. That' our set up at the ...:!."'.., .'aelr->,\ .* '.. I WI48th ',' .. .
I SATELLITE. Decor And ,atmos' '41A ..I..Tr ., \ i :Pi. :
world.phero that's surely out of this .., ,,. \ 1\!_''II \.,' a .., .

Every nite. Satellite Lounge, ;. .""ft, 815'NW ,. Street.. .. .
oaaa y\v 1th ,Ave '.:"'!Io
....,-- A most, beautiful home in an':exclusive neighborhood' :'
.f I.... J '';
... 1F s -r SEWERS *. \.
RINT BEAUTY PARLOR, also separatestore { ,!' ...:t
R FOR. SALE 5900 N.W. 17th Ave. Fort the discriminating customer / .
i 4
ROOM Cottages, water furnl'b. ': :..
3. Open Sunday 125'p.m.. ..
ed. $10 week. 669 NW 8th St. 1853 N.W. 4foH STfifegf. Cute ai : .-y: .

FR 72902. a 'bug, .2,bedroom, see'today sure FOR ,SALE ,
E; PICAhb Total $8,550, only $300 down, $69a .at A
Rental Agency" month. .:A BenKorl, Realtor, '
Rental collectionsfproWty; 2644 N.W. 62nd St. Nites PL 9- 845 N.W. 77th Stret3bedrooms SCOTTY'S SCOTTY'SBARGAIN /
ihanagemeat, real estate J.I" : 5533, days OX 19372.
569 NW 8th St. F 7.2 .
Jl2 '
I ,I 789 N.W. 45th SfRfiET. See today 2 baths CBS STORE :
1 BEDROOM furnished ayt.. lii 4 bedroom, 2,bath very pie, home with
utilities. Downtown. area.. $18. home for large family.. Total I carporte. .
NE 4.0500. Indf $12,000,' only $400 down. A Ben 6124 NW 22nd Avenue
,..., .. Kori, Realtor,2644 N.W. 62nd St., $550 down $83.95 month I J '."
OPA LOCKA area. 1 bedroom, Nites PL 9-5533, Days OX 1.9372. APPLIANCES '
newly decorated unfurnished. Also. extra large CBS garage 1 \
$15 Furnished $21, 2 bedroom 794 N.W 45th STREET. See today .
unfurn. $18, turn.. 2 bedroomNE very nice 2 bedroom. Total separate front: house, SALE! SALES' SALE!

4.0500 In4t $12,500, only $400 down, $7400 ideal for extra living .-
month. A Ben.Kori, Realtor, 2644 quarters Friday and Saturday, June 8-9
NEWLY Renovated furnished or N.W. 62nd St. Nites PL 9-5533, or home work sbop. /

unfurnished apts.church In the. Opa Days OX 19372. Wiredl) for 200 watt electric Rebuilt Stoves $25 up Knives, spoons and
Locka area near school -
and shopping center. Call Mick 1051 N.W. 43rd STREET. See today and has water. Home has j Refrigerators 22.50 up Forks .05 each
lovely 2 bedroom CBS. Total I
Rental NE
ins Agency.! 4-0500.
In $12,500. only $400 down. A, Ben extra room and jalousledrear Tables 4.50 up Dishes lOc each
Kori, Realtor, ,5>ei44 N.W 62nd St.
Ant COOLED auditorium! Including Nites PL 9-5533, Days OX 19372 .porch for sunning and1Ironing. ,I Chairs 1.00 up Many miscellaneous

/ lights,.j janitoriasev1ce," eld, I 1807 N.W. 47th STREET. See today Solar hoi) water Chest 8:50 up: items at lOc each

Available 6-0231.for church' use; .Call completely furnished $9.500, !heater with electric boo..I Coffe Tables 2.50 up' Men's Shoes $1.50 to $2
OX ? Indf.
only $300: down, $77.00 month, a
LOVED hous s "$1$, $20 and $22 real bargain A. Ben.Kdri/Realtor, ter,. electric; stove and washing Couches 10.00 up: Work pants SOc and 75c
per week. Will "sell" td high 2644 N.W. 62nd St. Nites PL 9- machine Included. Shortwalk Easy Chairs 4.00 up'
people, $50 down, balance class 1 5533, Days OX 19372.
to 79th St. and NW Utility Tables 2.50 up; .
Can pay the down payment weekly 1467 N.W., 41st STREET. Vacant,
NE 5- 566.: ,,1 week free. can move in. A real buy, 2 bedroom 7th Ave. See Mr. Chris, Sat Radios 6.50 up: RUMMARGE SALE

FURNISHED ROOM in home with CBS. Total'"$10,000, only $300.00 or Sun. from 1 to 5 p.m. Single 'bed with Skirts and bloses lOc
down, only $69 00 month. A. Ben '
woman all privileges Call at for 2923 wQrking N.W. 67th young Korl, Realtor; 2644 N.W. 62nd' St. on property 'and let him' mattress 8:50 up; Shirts 45c
7to9p.m. St. Nites PL 9-5533, Days' OX 19372. help; .you to own this nicehome.
Double bed! with If 'it is raining the rummage ,

$15 PER WEEK. ibedroom'10us WANTED mattress 10.50 up) sale ,will be held
and bedroom
duplex, water and
light Included. 2260 64 MASTER BARBER to manage barber : Toasters. irons '2.00 inside
N.W. !! R.,M. BROOKS, Realtor up:
2 chair and
St. Sat. 8 to 5:30: MU 1-5740> 6/lJ
dean. Apply at 1490 N.W. 62ndSt. I
FURNISHED efficiency apt. Free or Phone 635-3838 after 6 p.m. '

water and electricity. Phone OX 1- Ask.for Mrs., .Fannie, Simpson. MU 1.6031 ..
6073, 709 N.W.65th\St.; *" .
GOOD second hand barbells and FINEST SELECTION IN, MIAMI :
$14 PER WEEK. 5-room unfurn. dumbells or.any oilier gym equipment Nights MU 1-7740
duplex. 1367- N.W.- 58th, Ter. Ph. Call FR 9-8452, .ask for Joan Government Inspected and Approved *
HI 61266. : Bullard.

WORK NIGHTS and want a nice I wEsT l HOLLYWOOD, CBS' store 7 TIMES A WEEK
clean room with all conveniences bldg.<<; and S lots,' 5110 Pembroke Monday, Ttlf+days* Wedne- LOVELY HOMES ,OPEN :
in quiet place. OX 14864. Rd. (Carver Ranches) Res. for 'U>8 or ThurwlA8 our house is
equity. Must sell. YU 3-6214. 6/31 never cold. Folks come' from as '
PRIVATE family homes In goodlocationsh Exotic Beauty far an' Richmond Heights to en. Low, Low Down Payments j ,
furnished. OPERATQRS -
er completely information, apply at 'Salon, 6010 NW 7th "ave. Phone Joy| !what we have Atmos. EZ TERMS! LESS THAN RENT:
'. % 19400. ihere
1867 N.W. 58th St.
Music that's unlike any you're a
FURNISHED efficiency 7648 N.W. 8PECAL ITUTUHKiLlaten ever heard and hospitality, that
17th PI. MO 5-5004, HI 53524. ,to WMDM Sunday at 6pm. you'll toll your friend' about. 4220 N.W.llthAve.. I
BEDROOM unfurnished apt. 1980 for interview from winnersand Miami' most Intimate lounge' :
N.W. 55th St. NE 39908. runn r .up of Silver Knight SATELLITE LOUNGE Show place of the area. ;A bargain for $13,500 for
Awards., ;. I 0222 NW 7th Ave the particular buyer. Huge rooms Garage .f H I"t

$10 WEEKLY unfurn. bedroom I _____ _______ ...... .........,..... .._.__ I
cottage* free water and Ughts.4528Nw. ........ ..11KK .. '4. '
1. --
'. /\1'v
33rd Ave. III 6-1266. .,

1-BEDROOM furnished apt., water 1018 JW 43rd ,Street ,.

:and N.W,gas 54th free St.Call,. on WI54857 bus ,line.to 1076'see. ': For Sale Or Rent t Custom' built,"'large rooms, front porch, gaga,e.' ",

Lovely l area r 350 down; $06 month.
'TWO-BEDROOM house, living H
room, dining room Fla. room, kit. 0f
'Chen with Frigidaire and stove plus CBS
Bedroom f '
'car PL porte.80792.6500 N.W, 8th Ave. Ph. ." ." I h ; I 1025 NW 43rd StrreetCorgeou'

ROOM" .' colonial Beautiful rear patio and
NICE in home FLORIDA style.
large room private ,'
use of house in general Lady pre ti i barbecue,' garage. Fla.'room. $460 down, $83 month..;"

ferred. 1890 N.W. 49th St. 6347833. ..
ROOM, near bus lines. 1044,N.W. i' .J 1950 NW 47th Street. () '
60th St. Call PL 1.1113 '
1441 NW 43rd Street '' .
NEWLY decorated roots$8.50 'f" :-to* ;' : .
single, $10.00 double. Mae's Guest Nice CBS home for 012,000, Fla, room, front porch;;.
House, 2170 Washington Ave., Opa : ,: ai tile roof, hardwood floor., aluminum awnings, $400
locks, Fla. 6/30 down and low low 1 "
paymentsWow0 : ,
BEDROOM apt., ,yard and porch. ,$250 Down .,
; : Ji
1 '
Reas. Call OX 12426. 1 ir j i, -'- --

NICE home. Low CLEAN rent. ROOM Call 634.31771 In nice i : 1475 N.W. 53rd StreetBest ..

2768 NW 46th ft.. '''1 ?''''! 'No Payment .For' 5 Days deal in town. CBS dUplex, 2-bedrooms, one side,

EFFICIENCY at 1307 NW 68th 2 stoves.,and 2 refrigerators. $400 down $70 per :

St. Reasonable. :'," month. Live free. No closing costs. 1'#"
SALE : "MO 5-5004 HI 5-3524 .

NICE 2 family house, low down t.
payment, no closing cost near a "... 1112 N.W. 77th Street

school corner lot. 1351 N.W. .45th Huge CBS duplex, I 2-bedrooms and porch each side.

St. NE 52642. Lovely landscaping. Large rear patio. Many fruit

2 BEDROOM CBS home, living HOME WITH INCOME trees. $700 down and! live rent free.
room and dining room combined, tI
tiled bath, hot water heater.. .Less 2 sparkling cle*n' CBS houses on large lot. Florida If,, 0
than 7 years old. Can be purchasedat
6800. Valued at $10,000. Call room. Payments run you about $32 per monthwithrear ,
TU 6.1886 or come to 61 W. house rented. You must see to believe. $500 'NEWSREALTY
22nd St... Hlal ah. If no answer down. Full price '$12,000. Lovely 45th street area.
call back.
Shown by appointment.
ONLY $400'' down. FHA price (The Broker That Works For You) F

$11,800 lovely ranch balance home$77, 2 monthly.bedrooms A, LEGAL". REALTYPL 4600 NW 7th, Ave. PL 4-0655 : i

Fla. room carporte, large lot with 8-0290. MU 8-3923
fri(2 and shade trees, outdoor gar. : Evenings .Sunday weekdays (Open Sunday) .
den.and patio. See at 749 N.W.

smolt SSt PL 9-0068. 6/16..... ,.- ... ..- -- :




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PAGE 14 SATURDAY, PUNE 9, 1963 I IN AND AROUND_ TIlE IAHA.AS I Recreation ProgramJune

v '" I- -- ia is the date set for

,.... After four and a half hours of The dilute! between the Ba. registrations to begin for t h .
: ::;,:.:.:. deliberation a Supreme Court hamas Teachers' Union and the Mays Summer Recrealon Pro.
Jury, headed byLester Turnquest Board of Education continuesto gram. The program to sponsoredby
of guilty the Dade County Public
brought In a
I"'ww" again) Hartman Lowell Sands relationship.muddy the The water whole i of thing their Bcbool and. will t>6 Held
May '16. Sandbi 20, and ctrpfntsfof thTbugh Friday from 8:30: a.m.
started tlme when the
bm ago
Palmetto Point, El utherak to 4:30: p.m. for six weeks.
Board appointed two English
charged with killing 82- and
was expatriate said to have Sport and games, arts
year.old Salathiel Bethel on Feb. folk and social
crafts, square
..... reached the age retirement tohea.d
.. ..... ruary 7 at Hatchet Bay. He was dancing tumbling and similar
;:::::::::::::: Sentenced by the Chief Justiceto schools In Nassau. The activities of Interest to childrenof

tit::::::t tIII bd hanged. teachers pointments,contend should that have these been ap school age will be included

y'tile'r' Tears streamed down the given to capable Bahamians. In this program.
r\!!! : : 'e'rrVr cheeks of Sands as the ntenco The Board thinks it Is not tho Harry Cola, the program di.
: ;... was pronounced, and, his mother Unions 'business to decide In rector 1* emphasising a strong
and other, relatives wept as he such matters intramural l sports program1 hlgtu
AS YOU GRADUATE, and your future.Where are you was taken courtroomto .. lighted 'by virlous types of tour.
To wish you a world of hap. headed? What are your plans? the Fox Hill Prison to await kahlents and an extensive art
pines the best of luck-The You say 'you have not thought execution. The Public Board of Works and crafts program.
best of friends and lots of real about It?, It is certainly high time announced recently that the Parents are requested to instruct .
success Congratulations.Now you started thinking about it. Ebenezer Tallbott, 30, a native total number of building. permits their children to leave
that you have got your Don't you see. That U what hap. of Turks Inlands, was approved so far this year, has the area for home after 4:30:
degree, anything can be yours pened to th-em. That is why they knocked down and killed in a shown a slight decrease over p.m. since no supervision is pro.
4f you. havt got the! money never got anywhere. Hey! Wake car accident on Carmichael Roadon 1961. For the same pediod last Tided after that time.
a> a matter-of-fact. Some day ups Get up! Think! God bless May 16 Tine car was drivenby year there were 306 permit
Leon Williams' Palm Beach valued at 3463000.) To the
you will go down Ini history I you Cousin of
just like you went down in ave., Engleaton. This was ,t h e middle' of May there were 292 Beautiful Home on
mathematics, biology, science, TilE CHALLENGE eighth traffic fatality for the permits valued at 335,590..
etc. Again congratulations! Now that you have graduated, year in Nassau.. Your lot
you are in lifeta race, but do The Colonial Secretary's of.
Well, I You have made It not let that bother you. Life's Arthur Hanna (PLP) pro. flee in London disclosed on May
Yes, you showed them a. thingor aces simply like unto a relay posed In the House of Asemblythe 16 that Britain, had agreed to
two Honey I Sonny! ace each generation or establishment of a Univer. give the United Stated a leaseon
You bock dt them! I will b, person should run or do his fair pity College in the Bahamas to Andrea Island in the Bahamas
willing to bet. You even fooled .hare toward the bettermentof affiliate the' Colony' with the for aft Underwater! testing and
yourself Remember how himself' his race, his country; University College of the West sonar tracking base.
they used ,to watch you like as and the world. Unto you the Indies. Th proposal was re The United States and the Ba.
It you were in danger or some jaton has been passed. You re. ferred to the Education Commit hamas government Are discus
thing. While everyone' wag Delved! It when you put forth tee of the House on May 14. sing detail?. It is laid that the
watching you old "Quiet Sue" "'our hand and accepted that di. I U. S. will reiulde 415 acres of Complete Building Service
sure got her load Sonny, :iloma. You are now responsible I Ito To avoid confusion on the part Andros land, and that 275 e PLONKING
now you took the cake. Man by society and obligated to God of peiUons summoned to appearIn American personnel will be sta. BUILDING
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might have if you had not Run Cousin, run. The nextgeneration have been numbered, one! two! Ywir New H.m.
changed. Why didn't you quit? (your children) are The summonses also will blear
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tchool! Everyone knew that. you. Hurry hurry, so that you No
You can ask any teacher, ask :an: pass the baton on. Remem. fIL'" Payment
the Dean, or the Counselor. I her, if you fall the world falls
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George W. Carver Tackle FBI Arrest THE MIAMI TIMES MlAMt, FLORIDA


Gets Wichita ScholarshipAn Miami FBI agents Tuesday.; arrested -

a New Jeriuey rape ''sus Florida A. & M. Rattlers
outstanding football player one year in the track sport pect at a local bakery where he
from Miami's, George Washing Ralph, who maintained 13 was working.
ton Carver High School has de. average in high cdhool, serves who lived at the ''Sir John Hotel, Wins SIAC Baseball Title
elded to attend the University of as president of his Senior Class, William James Pollock, 23,
W.chlta: and will report to was listed the was sought by Asbury Park
'on school's
honor The Florida A. Rattler batters with
Tallahassee' clip
a 1500/
freshman grid drill
beginning roll, and won the Dade authorities. lie had fled1 that
next fall according to WU head; County area after being indicted and M University bnjtteball nine collecting 37 hits and U total
essay contest last by a.
coach Marcelino "Chelo" Huerta.ftalph year grand has annexed its second straight bases. He had 20 rbi's. The team
jury for the of
PaUk, 6'0, 226 "We feel Ralph Is one of the child.Children's. rape a Southern Intercollegiate Athletic hit .331, while their opponent
pound molt\ outstanding men we have Conference championship with a hit only 208.
prospect, was a starting tackle recruited for the freshman team loop record of 193. The< season" Other 300 hitters were pitcher.
On his high l utehool! team for threeyears thus far," assistant Ken Nuznoff record was 21.4. fielder Joe Roberts, Hialeah,
being picked aa the Out.standing" Home"Choraleers",
commented. <"lie is a very fine The Rattlers three losses in .391; pitcher-outftelder\ G n e
L'ri man Miami his competitor, playing offense and league play were to Allen Uni. Champion Gary, Ind., 371;
senior i year as well da' Bejiig I defense equally Well He should Shortstop JamesJackson, Montgomery
versity, and two to Alabama
named to the All-City first be a tremendous asset t6 dui The Choraleers of the Dade State College. One of the' Alaba. Ala., ,356, and catcher
team. team." County Children's Home in Ken.
I Harvey Cooper Perrine .361.
ma losses was by forfeit
He was also an all-city selec. An Engltsh major in dall will be aiDAlug.at St. Mat. Cooper was the top run pro
Hon on the baseball team, where schpol( Ralph will pursue a prep degree thew Baptist. Church 2014 NW B. T. Harvey, SIAC commissioner ducer with 40 rbl's. Malcolm
he lettered as catcher for three in buslnei administrationwhile 5th ave. in Miami on Sunday, and chairman, District 6- wad tied with outfl-eMer Albert
years. A allot putter! lie lettered at WU. June 10 at 7:30. They will be A National Association of Intercollegiate Cherry, Lake 'Wale, In home
directed by Mr. and' Mrs. Robert Athletics, said the runs with four each. Championstole
-- -- u Bryant, staff FAMU nine has qualified' for
members at Kendall 23 bases to lead in that
They will also be accompanied the regional playofQJ. A date department and took top plies
Carver Branch YMCA by the Junior Group of 1 <"B55 and site, will be named later. In fielding with .977.
I directed' by Mrs.' Mattie Brown, Coach Costa: Kitties, in his iMOBIe1f MoCray, a froth right
chairman of the profr'atd eonu second year as head mentor, has hander wad the leading pitcher
Conducts mittee at Kendall a two-year record' of 41 wins with A 5-0 record and 3.13
ClinicThe They will be accompanied by nnd tine( lenses. lie has .two clr. earned run average. McCray Is
Alfonso Williams, the' supervisor: cult titles! In as many years' from Lake Worth. Marin Patter
George. Washington Car. will be charged"ftir entrants in of Division "B" at Kendall.-Rev Outfielder Phillip Malcoln, eon of Miami was the ace relief
ver Branch YWOA, goes on i-eci the tournament. All Interested Woodley Is the 'pastor. Panama Canal Zone, led the hurler with an era of. :1.6,
ord as conducting its first annual Individuals are' requested to gel
Public Invitational Tennis Clinic application blanks and have them
and Tournament, for young returned tothe Carver Branchno
people and adults who are de. later than June 18.Northwestern .
jirous their game.of learning or Improving Are You Ready For

Tho' Aiinlc Is scheduled to be. to Home?
gin June J 6 and end July 31'ac.. Your Dream
cording to Leonard S. Walker, Have Summer
chairman of the Branch's Tennis
Committee, Monday, Wednesday I Rec ProgramThe THEN CALLConstruction
and Friday are days' on which
the clinic will be held, dealing Department of Health and
with the theory in instruction Physical! Education of the Dade Co.Inc.
at 3:30: to 6:30 p.m. at the County Public Schools Is pre. D & B
acsocialon. Tuesdays' Thursdaysand sentlng the usual Summer Recre. .
Saturdays are designed, as atlonal Program at NorthwesternSenior
laboratory of actual practice cm High School gym and
the count to' apply the funda.' Playground'. The program will be .
mental l learned' in theory. in operation from June18 to
July 27. The hours for the program -
The committee states that u. PHONE HI 8.1119
tournament will be conducted each day will be from 8:30:
after the clinic, the meet will a.m. to 4 p.m. and built accordingto
cover two brackets: The following activities will Every house individ ally'designed
BEGINNERS for teenager be offered: Dancing, trwlmmlng, desires and needsD
and adults and, arts and crafts, field trips, talent your
PLAYERS for teenagers and show, quiet, games and other NOT'' build
adults. Trophies will be awarded Indoor and outdoor' gam_ & H CONSTRUCTION CO., Inc., does

champions and runner ups in The Northwestern Center will homes.
each' bracket. cater to Junior, and Senior High project
Raymond Thornton, coach, Student f. The playground will D & H CONSTRUCTION CO.., Inc., builds only
Dade Junior College will serve be supervised by Mrs Helen
as chief instructor with a Quail. Davis, A,. P. .Dean, N. Powell DELUXE CUSTOM BUILT homes and can build youa
fled staff of professional tennis and R. M. Wilcox. '
players and other lUll lstanh. three bedroom house .on your lot even if it is only
The' clinic is free in order that
all Interested forty fet wide.
persons may parti
cipate. However, a nominal fee Drive Carefully! FOLLOWING


Lincoln Fields Apartments $20,000. TO OWN AD& H HOME IS TO HAVE


2045 N.W. 62nd Street in D&H HOME
The following listed features are contained a
0 Factory built kitchen cabinets in any color you choose
with inlaid linoleum in kitchen
0 Oak hardwood or terrazzo floors

Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments 0 Large bedrioms with sliding door closets
0 Cuban tile front porch in any color you chooseWrought

Offering Many Features 0 iron railing on front porch
41 Awning windows set in rust proof aluminum frames

Refrigerator gas store 'Tile bathroom 0 Tile or formica sink and drainboard in large kitchens

Venetian Blinds Newly painted 0 Built-In food cupboard in kitchen

Laundry Rooms Washing ,Machines 0 Tile bath with bathroom fixture in color chosen by Owner

Auto hot water heater Free Parking 0 25,000 B. T U. Gas Heater installed
Filtered water Free Garbage Disposal 0 Telephone Outlet
0 Storage shed and room

CARETAKERS ON PREMISES 0 Carporte or garage (optional)
0 Large linen closet, large coat closet, besides large bedroom closets

I,I ..... : '. +..... 0 Barrel or shingle tile roof (optional)
: 0 Interior if house plastered and all rooms, painted colors chosenby
I Weekly Rates Owners

; 14.1 bedroom $18 2 bedroom apt. 0 Exterior of house painted colors chosen by Owners
roof rain from windows
0 Overhang on to keep away
Renting Office open every day Phone OX 168621 0 Slump brick flower bins at front of house color of brick chosen

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0 Circular walk from street to front entrance
0 Concrete clothes poles with aluminum clothes lines-Garbldor set

0 Venetian blinds-Glass shower door enclosure-double compartment *

NO CASH REQUIRED sink in kitchen .

20 different plans to choose from WE FINANCE OUR FIRST MORTGAGES WITH FEDERAL BANKS.


1 and 2 bedroom apts. for rent
RANCHESFor out this advertisement and then check with

information call '. '. .. Mr. Davidow of the D&H CONSTRUCTION CO., Inc.

JOE BURTON 4221 Hallamlale Bird'; listed above.WE
that all the terms .
HIGHVIEW HOMES, Inc. to see we can you

Hollywood, Fla. Near Carver Ranches HAVE BEEN IN LIBERTY CITY, COCONUT GROVE AND ;

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To Receive Award For 1JUtfJ6utt/ tromp


Catching RobbersJesse S. BOSTON LOS ANGELES .. .. ... .-...

Troupe, of 2349 N.W, 71st
r Lane, was nominated Thursday by THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNItYPREPARE
I the Fraternal Order of Police to ,
receive a special police award for FOR
capturing two men accused of
robbing a bill collector at his door.
t Chief of Metro robbery detail, z, ,,, \+
Lt L. J. Van Buskirk, said William I
Geary, 2601 N.W, 114th St., went
I to Troupe's door to collect a bill a
last Friday. night. Troupe went Inside .
the house to get some money, t' AND ASSURE YOURSELF
and when ho returned, two men,
: were said. holding Geary, the officer jI'r"V LIFETIME SECURITY

) InterestingAccurate F''' r MEN WOMEN 18 To 50
I Troupe got his gun, pursued the
f men for 'two blocks, overtook and Grammar school sufficient for
disarmed them, and marched them .Lr many job*. Receive full Infer*
back to police who had arrived on ..
;. maHon or how to get (t gov'K
the scene. He paid his bill and I
Geary recovered $30 the robbers Oharles Calvin Maloney, |Sr., CompleteInternational m Ilob| Keep your present job
had taken from him. I chief medical technician at Provident while training.fctMlU .

Arrested and charged with arm Hoapiftal, f%( Lauderdale, News Coverage 1 kUWOADI( CMMUR Bf COMM
ed robbery were Carlton Bethel
left the city via Eastern AirLines --------------- xa.
20, of 2195 N.W. 74th Ter., andCarl 7U ChrIstIan Sconce Monitor
Bcthay, 23, of 4820 N.W 8th to attend the National Stri
On Norway St., Boston 15, Mass; No offs
Ave, Technologist meeting In St. Pay Raises
Louts, Mo. Mr. Maloney t h 'N. t: :,."t ,;.\," ,_ husband of the former Ethel scked. Enclosed find my check or \ Sick leave Meet New
Pearl Covington and ron-ln- money order. 01) year,$22. Kid Vacation* liberal Pensions
EVERBODY'S GOING 'aw of Mr. and Mrs. William F. D 6 month $11 D 3 months $5.50 p11 Holidays with ray
TO EUROPE ",o,.ington of this city, son of Kier Training of So. Pia.
:Sir and Mrs. C. C. Maloney of 1 Suite 84, 1110 N.E. lOdrd St.
Make Reservations Now I West Palm Beach. He ls the Nome N North Miami Bench, Fid.Phon '\
'ather of a son, Charles Jr., and a r WIlson 0 5415IV
Pay $99 Down i daughter Charda Corrie, Mr. Md. t A !$amb Ie
And Spend Maloney ia a member of the
21 days vacationing in Zeta Chi chapter of Omega Psi City Zone 1 o ;lkeet- I
Phi fraternity, American Medical i
9 countries Technologist and Broward Coun. 1 I e a I itlr 'Stati_
ty Medical Association. State 1t OCCUPATION U
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e GEn: I.\='tT ITA Yl'STIUA
: Tran j>artntlon, meals,
hotels, sightseeing\ etc. Will Burglar Proof your home. BARGAIN! SAVE MONEY!
Thi4 low cost burglar alarm
___ --- I 344 NW 10th St. system well protect jour home Owner at 1440 NW 59th Street
and property while )'ou are at OPEN SUNDAY' VM
Leaving N.Y. July 13 A neatly furnished : work or on vacation. No money
room, ,
down. 2161 INW 69th Street *- :3bedrooMU
Return Aug..S |: clean and quiet. Maid liATllS, FLORIDA ROOM
Friendship tour to Europe service For FREE Interview and etl.
613 NW 57th Street Duplex
Sponsored by I mate with no obligationCall -
North's Travel BureauAnd parking apace for NE 4-4831 Undid to order. For sole:"- Lot'75' x 100,,'1Obd

The Pittsburgh Courier car Weekly rates or over .' ," I S., Baron .E:8: -1340'- JE 2-4343
Total cost $969 night. FR 9.9155. .. ...> :-' '. p.m..1. JunSO '
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EjkL !. 24 monthly payments -
1 4 JI 1104 N.W. 3rd Ave.

Write Phone for Tour FR Folders 9.8451 Today Johnny Lomelo's Buy Your Home Today!

H .Y' .
i King 0' Hearts Drive by these homes or call ua and we will come to

pick you up to see these homes. We will help you
Sunny Says
i 6000 N.W. 7th Avenue with the financing.

I 1-1928 NW 59th Street $99 down
Taste the Presentii
i Small house for 1 or 2 people fenced yard)

1 2-2120 NW 50th Street $350 down
sunnymorning 1 SOLOMON BURKE Real large 4-bedroom house with extra lot. Good

,, for rooming house or church.
3-2997 NW 64th Street $295 down

flavor of.. + JUNE 23-24 Move right in this nice, clean, large house.

MAKE RESERVATIONS EARLY :' 4-See these duplexes Terrific income properties t
t 1426 NW 46th St.-Brand new 2-bedroom each
ADVANCE TICKETS ON SALE side $1,500 down.

Jch en leg 1436 NW: 46th St. Brand new. 2-bedroom' '

each side $1,500 down.:

1446 'NW 46th St. Brand new. 2-bed'rooms
6TH BIG WEEK 1601 NW 47th St. nice and clean, corner lot
Three Successful Ways to Postpone $1,000 down

A: Your Own Funeral! 1757 NW 47th Terr. nice area, good income

What Are They?' ''I $800 down
5-See these brand new homes
SUNDAY, JUNE 10, 7:30 )fm. 900 NW 49rd St.-;3-bedrooms $750 down

AT THE BIG GOSPEL TENTN.W. 3261 NW 48th Terr.-34iedrobms. Like new

2nd COURT AND 17th STREET 450 down
(Downtown Miami) 6-819 'NW 45th St.-Beautiful 2-bedroom home

'W('.. large lot, Florida room. $83 month.. Air condit

Now every BIG HEADLINESJune ioning. Carpets and, drapes.7753 .

(3 drop of 10 16 7:30 p.m.' ,7- NW 10th Avenue $450 down
.str"tghtwhisky Beautiful home with income.
MOX. (June 11) 100 Thieves an
inSchenley 8:-Coconut Grove Special-3071 Plaza' St.

's,", f aged over 8 is Caught In one Church. Who 2 houses on'1 lot. Live rent free $1,000 down
6 + +
years andblended with ,, :__ Were They We have over. 400 others

choice grain TUES. (June li:) The 10 Sins We are open Saturday and Sundays, tool!

We will trade in old lot
neutralspirits. I which mark the end of the your house or
; -world.. What:are they... ? t tt a! '
.., i. >*r: .
chcnI : 1 Ask about 'OurAcreage Special ;

q ""'yp q' WED. (June 13) God' nwwwge to the parents and youth)* 5 acres.of land $10 down, $10 month I'
of Jrvu What is It?

'..a.id.d. ./+,,Ld4.4 TJlt 1. (June 14) -.. What are thq 7 major f.e1le.on how to

... ..,.a4.. become a Christian?
_...."f.rJI.. Fill. (June 15) Something greater than the name of Ford' Realty Inc.
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ti r ; Lltten Sun. to The Spoken Word"-10 a.m. WMBMC.
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