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 16, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00321

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187 More Negroes To p rr I ,FAMU Beauty To Make I

. Radio City Music Hall DebutA

Attend 10 Mixed SchoolsThree .,r coed Florida 19-year-old A. and Conchita University- Maria .,

z'yyi Clarke will make her professional a
Dade County senior high Elementary, two. .A singing debut in Radio City Music V ;,
schools will be racially integratednext Requests to desegregate some of Hall's next stage spectacle open
fall, school officials said on the other schools of the county are ing Thursday, June 14, as a resultof
. undecided for various reasons. her appearances on a television
amateur show.
1 Three Negroes will be admitted

to Miami Jackson two to Central ______._.. ."... "la'\'il'1IP. The petite coloratura soprano
i \ will be featured in the new show,
and one to Miami Beach. Miami rv, r e
j. Edison and Robert E. Lee Junior "Summertime produced by Leon
Highs will also be integrated, with Leonidoff, which will be accom-
one Negro each. AT panned by "That Touch of Mink,"
a new romantic film comedy starring J
Parents of Negro children who
Cary Grant and Doris Day
applied for admission to previously
all-white schools are expected to : Miss Clarke, who will begin her
be notified within the next two junior year at the Tallahassee
weeks. I p N school next fall first performed on
There are 960 requests for pupil 4r --'-'- -"''''-''''''''''-- the nationally televised Ted Mack
'assignments outside the regular k A k CongratulatIons to Clyde Smith Original Amateur Hour in a pro-
school boundaries, 212 of which involved who graduated from the School gram originating in Miami and '
integration. The officials of engineering at Columbia Uni.verslty was spotted by Raymond Paige, :
said it appeared that' 187 of these New York His parents, the Music Hairs musical director.A : '*
would be approved. Mr. and Mrs. George Smilth and subsequent appearance on a
Most of them will go to the his sister and brother, Prudence program emanating from New s
following previously J integrated 1JY ,o and Reg'nald,! of ,West Holly York;; confirmed Mr. Paige's ap .. -.,.-- -
: schools Ailapattah Elementary. '\ ', i 1 wood, accompanied them to the praisal and on Sunday, June 10, theatrical talent.
Junior will get 88 more Negroes, commencement exercises. They he will be on the show ((9 P.M.
Coconut Grove Elementary, 11; also visited with their son, Don. EDT-CBS: ) with Miss Clarke to Miss Clarke began voice training *
Fulford Elementary, one Glade- old In East Orange, N.J present to her the Radio City Music i at the age of 7, majors In mu-
view Elementary, 77, and 'vineland( I Hall Award of Merit and announce sic at school and also plays the
her engagement for the piano and flute. She is a productof
Negroes Take Over theatre's forthcoming spectacle. the Lakeland, Florida school
.-..- The selection of Miss Clarke was system. Her present teacher Mrs
--.. -..--- made under a continuing arrange Rebecca Walker Steele of the
Receives AKAScholarahip Pompano Beach ment between the Music Hall and Florida A. and M. faculty.,)is accompanying
the Ted Mack show to encourage her to New York

tv flensing Project I ,

Five white homeowners at Pompano throughout the United State
Gamma Zeta Omega Chapter of Beach made the decision lava. been fortunate in receiving
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority re* Tuesday night to put their homesup Nary Cru'eer! Awards. Two hundred
annual for sale to Negroes and move
presented its :
: and two of these students
scholarship to Miss Eunice N, out of the Pompano Terrace 'doveop -
'I JObD.o gradpatoasofhooker i aar
i "T, Washington High rented 28 other homes. fair winner and tn national

a1N2 School. Besides. her leadershiprole The project was built for whites, science fair wieners,
in school and church actlvl. but one by one the
ties Eunice ia the Teen Editor of original, buyers turned the homes Lee Miller Drown Jr., a juniorat
A Unlllmlted Magazine. The award back to the first mortgage holder, Mays High School, was notified .
the American Savings and Loan
presented by Mrs. Mayme Williams
by Captain John Sanger of
Association of Miami Beach.
on BTW Award Day, is I '
given to an outstanding young Twenty Negro families moved In' the United States Navy that he
lady in the graduating class of pacing! weekly rent of $17.50 and hag been selected a. a cruiser.

one of the high schools In the $19.50. The cruise will be made on
county. Mrs Edna J, Williams The white homeowners who were United States waters Tor fire
ia basileus of the local AKA let decided to move and offer da)'.. Lee will be air-lifted
chapter. their places for sale from the nearest Air Force or

I ,.. }i.. i Naval Base and flown to Norfolk '
Va. or Charleston, 8. C, where '
ZetaScholarship he will jo>!n other cruisers from
the East Coast In addition to
W iNner : : cruflslng United States waters all '"

; $ e #i I Laboratories.cruisers will tour Naval Research

1962 Miss graduate Laurastine of Booker Deanna T.Mason Wash. I Maya High. Junior Deautlful certificates with the

ington High School, was recently, United States Navy insignia were
awarded the Zeta Phi Beta Scholarship To Get Navy Cruise received by Lee Drown and JamesD.

; This Scholarship Award 4 9, ,. r ; Bryant who is a first alter.
which totals 1000.00 will be prorated Approximately 212 studentsCharles nat for the cruise ,*
over a four-year period, and ,f
chosen by --- -
sent, to the institution o'J
'Her affiliations included: The' 4i. St. 'Peter's to Honor
Amicette Club youth group sponsored '
by Zeta Phi Beta Sorority;, I' Bishop WilkieOn
Senior .Chorus, President of the' s ." ,
Amicette' Group, Jr. Red Cross, ',1) Sunday, June 17 the mem.
Mem er.-_President of he Spanish I bers of St. Peter's American. ...
;\ Club ,National Honor SocietyNa ? Catholic Church are honoring \;
tional! Thespian Society, Girl noun- I Bishop If. H. Wllkl., D.D. D.C.L.
".:.;;r; selors. Athletic Association. Senior'Girl. OflD, on the second anniversaryof
League and Drama Club. .' the Enthronement. Arch.
...... b'shop! Metropolitan and Primate
.. A most recent honor came tot a1, of the
. ; American Catholic Church
she chosen'by i.L i.-, : .r
Miss Mason when was : Inc. 'A' program will be held at
the Miami Herald as a Silver/ .1. i'. the Cathvdral, mi NW' 4th CUat
Knight runner-uP.ln the area of; ,3 o'clock and afterwards a
and for thill'r
Foreign Language, reception at Dunbar School's
honor she received a $50.00 cheek : ,. cafeteria to which the members
. and a plaque. Laurastlne was also aid friends are,, cordially: invited
chosen a Debutante for the 1902'

season.Religious affiliations of Miss Mason Teenager Murderedin

Include: Secretary of the Sun- ... .
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day School Sunday School leach : Gang Slaying
Member of the Episcopal {IIriI-$11arji--; ------I IJ1I1II1y. 1 .rl.1.
Young Churchmen Inter-Group Charles Martin It, of Coconut "'u.
;':, Youth Council and International I Albert Sachs, president of Lady! I J'' Grove was murdered in. a -teen. '
Association of Christians and Jews. Elegance Stai&MM Steel Company, Mr. Sachs took a giant'step for. age gang war slaying Thursday .;.'-ij ",
. ,"I, She is a member of St. Agnes signed< OsbornolT. Poitier of Ham- ward In equal opportunity employ. night about 10:IS In front of 2SS
'L Episcopal Cfcereh 'and plans to at den Conn., to a'five-veer'contract ment by, naming Mrv Poitier vice Hootev.ltt present of NW 9th Bt. He was stabbed to .
: teed Florida A. )t University at 480,000 per year. Mr. Poitier, I. president in charge of the New Temple Adsth Yeghnrvm', ?r.. death with a knife. '
,. where she .will study Pre-Medicine. former Miami' Times and Wash England Division and presenting seating the keys to new Greet Police are conducting an In. I
.", Laurastlne is the daughter of Mr. ington, D.C. newspaperman, and I him with a 196 Cadillac.; Motors Rambler to Oeorgs H. vestlgation! rounding up hun
and Mrs. Emerson Mason. Both relative of actor Sidney Poitier,, Witnessing the signing at Bridgeport WamUr of WJ 'NW 7th Court dreds of teenager for question.
are teachers in the Dade County displayed sheer genius tin devisinga Conn are the new executive's Hallandal. Mr/Wamley woo this Another ..'' .
.. School System. Mrs Juanita W. program to increase, production; 15-year-old son Craig Elliott Pol- ear In a contest run by the gang war erupted at ." '"
' Piisckney, is Basilcw of the local 450 per cent this year, and to cur, tner and Mrs. Paula Swanson, Ad.minl'atrative Temple Adath Y *buTBn. 192S Boner Jr High earlier la the

Chapter. 'tail company expenses $60,000 ,an- Secretary.. r,, ., )Miami Garden Drive. days ', .,_:

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Federal To PUN PHUN j PAGE 3 SATURDAY, JUNE 16- 1961FOrty

Open On July 14th I know prayers that mine really are answered althbtlgn.- ? Miamians Get

often 1 must analyze the answersIn

After more than two and a half subscriber organizational meet order to recbghlze prayerful thett 1 tfUris rBi &
:years of constant uphill pull, ng was held on May 23. T h e section, with my Florida Degrees
the Franklin Federal Savings necessary votes were taken on I q lJ E stls.
and Loan Association has now ill mittens: prescribed' by the A few years! ago when unity in -
:set July 14 as Its opening day.Tempol'af Federal Iome Loan Dank Doard our home was shaken because of 1--TallahasseeDr.. Whitney M. dhtlnotlon. They were: Emory C.
) quarters are now be. including the election of a board my spiritual awakening my pray Young Jr., executive 'direct r of Colter Jr., Perrlne; Geraldine
Jng tNtdl'ed"at 1001 NW 3rd of directors '1/, er was to serve my God alone in Urban League of Rolle, Willie Pearl Smith, Ida D,
Ave., and will be completed in a distant city. This prayer was the National encouraged the Whipple Florida City, and Ulyg
time for the grand opening. OFFICERS ELECTED answered, although I have not New York City, and ees White.
of Florida A
More than fix years ago, a Later on May 23, the board of moved to the city of my choice. 370 University graduate and an overflowing Other Miamians graduating
group of public spirited citizens directors met to select] officers God in Hie infinite mercy and M of 1500 persona were Euphrates Abbitt, Melvin
hea-dAd! by Dr. Nathaniel Colston, The two top officers are: Billy grace, led me Instead to a far audience learn to think firstas Courntney, Ascar Dar'a' Jacque.
made a survey of the banking Miller, president and< Dr. Na. more wonderful city where I J lat j week to and secondly as line Day, Gladston Kemp, Prlcll
neeffa o,. the Negro community of thrn el Colston, chairman of the could best serve Him: to the city Americans la Stephans, Eddie Brooks, Mor
Bade County. Application:: was board. The next Job was for tre of family unity, a city that can Negroes. rljs AAWnson, Ralph Burns, net. !
then made to the Federal Home Negro people to prove' their will. be cached only through the pll. Quoting from a speech by his nice Carter, Willie Clarln&ton, t iI'
Loan Dan Hoard for a chartr Injenesis to help themselves by grimage of the heart and mind predecessor, he said: "Learn to Nathaniel! Clark, Rebecca Clark, ,';t
'under the name of Lincoln Fed.tral. p'adnff on deposit one million! towards the Kingdom of Hea think first as Americans and secondly Beverly Clark, Charlie Daniels',
). The charter was not then dollars as proof to the Home ven. as Negroes, but always ai Ethel Davis, Helen Davte, Kathy t J!
granted. Loan Bank Board that the New alert humane and broadly Intelligent leen Franklin, Ernestine Griffin, ,\,,
I banking institution in this area I am still living in Miami, ] members of the human James Hea tle, James Hunt, <<::1
!>n. COLSTON CALLS .Gnoup. where my original prayer was race" Walter Markham Attnlebelle Me. ,(,;
j\ year later, ur. uoiston call.t'4 $100.000 IX ESCROW said, but In a much different city I Intosh, Charlie L. Ross>, J o
together another group whichin The Board of Franklin Federal< now a city of love and unity Two members of the class of fl n
in 'ofar family Is concern. '37 from Miami returned for Roundtree, ,Eugene Scott, Helen
addition to making an economic then set dtself about to do the : as my
survey, made a motlva. Job. First, the bank! of Dade ed. While my wlfe'a indlffence commencement to receive 25.year E. Smith, Wllla T. Smth. Tim.
lional survey as well. This study County was selected as the institution towards religion has not com. awards. They were Daniel R. mie Lee Terry, Henry Thompson,
thowed the great desire of the to receive all depositsfor pletely changed, her attitude has Francis and Anthony E. Gardl. Anthony Thurston, Eugene
Negro to want to better His. ecoaom'c the Frankl'n Federal until softened, and the acceptance of er White, Leroy Worthy and Jacob
plight; desire for an in. the million is reached', and un- ach other despite our dlfferen. Six Miamians graduated with Green.
stltutlon which he could] call his till own; a greater return in dividends tion are opened Next, all board at any other ,time in our -
on ,his savings than the members were bonded to give ad. I 28 years of marriage, even clo. ANDREWS' JEWELERS
Port Office could give; and train. ditional confidence. Also, a fer than we were In the earlier, TOOTHACHE
ng in banking procedures for I pkidge-ln-escrow], agreement has more romantic years. EXPERT WATCH AND
Negro youths. This .new group been entered Into with the Homo j Dont. from salts,.='SlIYilnh of speedy toothtct rJlif > CLOCK REPAIRS:
'was set up as the Franklin Fed. Loan Bank Board, and one hundred She was my first and only girl. with tot acting ORA-jfu Pain 40 Se&rs Ito Bnslnww
'ra 1. thousand dollars have been I sent to me as an answer to foci In Mcontfi. CuannUtdr
In January, 1960, applicationwas placed on-'deposit. in, N.C. as a r prayer. Here again, I tee the < monty back.All drut itorit. All work guaranteed
made for charter. In June, guarantee against any possible wisdom of God, for I believe He J Fit 3-0162
'IHO! the group was notified of forfeiture. And finally, all savings sent me one who lacked spiritual
'the hearing held in Washington. deposited' In the Franklin vision for the purpose of usingme 303 N.W. 2nd AYe.I .
Wen of the hearing committee Federal are and in. to lead her back to Him.
:avered that this wa cured guaranteed II' II L 11141 1 III Iiia lill 1.1'J fa I lID .
possibly the up to ten thousand dol. I Yes, prayers' are answered, and
:strongest application ever pre. lars by the Federal Government. I
am thankful that

:':sfnted Federal for anywhere.IOIm Savings the establishment,and Loan As.socll.tlon ofa ORLANDO: FIRST IX STATE w'll been' answered and not according according mine to to God's have my TV Service CallsALL $1.50

With every possible! safeguard leslres. i
taken, the Negro would do well "I'
NEGROES ADDEDIn 'n Miami to take their place MAKES-ALL MODELS
the fall of 1961 a request with Atlanta, Birmingham,
was made for larger Negro rep. Greensboro, Nashville and Orlan. FOR RENT LARRY'S T.V.
resentation withIn the organ'z.' do. These cities already have'
ing group The names of James; ustltutlons because the Negro 617 N.W. WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS
Arrington; Graham and in 8th St.
: _Cogdellwere them have shown both courage --
added. Then ,
January, and confldfnce In those who Individual
cottages hot and
1961, a letter of approval came have taken the ]leadership. The Sell Used TV. on Credit
from the Federal Government, Negro population of Miami, must cold water, centrally located
and Frankl'n was in business. not show a division now. If they Popular Rates 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-8024
The schedule then called for do, only the Negro will suffer! I'I'I I rr
FR 1.5620 .JL r I r .1J'TlI If 1 IIIf If 11 II I
the ,solicitation or subscriptions Go along with your Institution,
totaling upwards of a million- (the }Franklin) Federal Savings I junlGf Try A Miami Times .,Classified. Ad
at least, 750 sub. and Loan Association, where "A .
fcrlbers. This task was completed ] !jenny eared Is a dollar earned" .11
and the much anticipated Send
your deposits today to I
and long-looked-for charter was the Bank of Dade County for the For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call
granted in May\ of this year. Tho Franklin Federal!


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how are they linked r: The largest collection and rental

agency in the South; operating in
in English history?

] Dade and Broward Counties'

L. L. BROOKS Negro Housing areas.

Both are native Inventions Englishmen OwnerMANAGING

still hold dear. Surprisingly though, the

Bowler did not make its appearance on .AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN '.

London streets until 1855a full \<'::: 10,000 HOUSING UNITS


his remarkable gin.
The Gordon's you drink ;\'.',

today harks back to Bonded's Tenants, at main office, 4150 NW 7th Ave.

Mr. Gordon's original

1769 formula. We've '


tamperwith such unique 4'a lina N.W. 8rd ;
dryness and delicate FR 8.841Q 17325. I1OMB8TZAD: AVB.

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f1avour.Whywould? :
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Gordon's is the biggest
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:selling gin In England, M 1"M IIdM1. 4240 N.W. JB7th AVE.y..-_ IWICM't.839 IIADIONDVJ Ity ,.' 'h L

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4150 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 98733Franklin



Hearing MondayThe I SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1962 PAGE a

very important zoning
hearing for the YWCA on the
tortheast area property will be Catholic Schools Ordered '
held June 18 at 2 pm. at the : I
It Dade County Health Department
Lecture Hall 1350 NW 14th ,
St. To Intergrate In AtlantaATLANTA
w i Miami\ Fla. The presence of a
i large group of YWCA supportersmay The Roman That included other actions of
Ii make the difference In Catholic Church has ordered At. 1 Georgia as well as North and
whether or not the YWCA I is lanta archdiocese schools desegregated 'South Carolina and Florida, all
given the variance on this prop- this fall in a move supported under the archdiocese titular
erty. by leading Catholic lay. control.
men as well as the mayor of At. In Miami, Bishop Coleman F.
Ian ta. Carroll ordered church school
Crandon Park Zoo
The decision applied to Cath Integrated two years ago)
On Summer Hours die schools in the 71 North The desegregation decision was
Georgia: counties of the Arch announced in a pastoral letter
Crandon Park Zoo Will b. on diocese where about 7,500 pupilsare read during Sunday services in
:\J It its summer schedule, June 10 it enrolled. There are about all the churches of the North
was announced this week by A. 2,000 Catholic Negroes: in the Georgia archdiocese.
D. Barnes, director of the Dade archdiocese, 600 of them in. At. Catholic children, regardless of
County Department of Parks and Ian ta. race or color will be admitted to*
; Recreation It means an extra However Archbishop' Paul J. Catholic schools of t&tf archdiocese
:;l, hour on Sunday and holiday Halllman said it was up to local as of Sept. 1. 1962, the loU
The hours your can visit the bishops elsewhere in the arch ter said

; Friendship Garden Club Zoo p.m. will weekdays be 9:30 and a.m.9:30 to a.m.4:30: to action diocese to province take In to their decide areas.what --

I 5:30 p.m. Sundays and holidays. Media'ncs cll"lt'n14e-.l| at low cot,
Visitors in the Dade County Park Illood, urine lists. $3 for health
: To Host Florist ConventionThe Zoo may remain in the area ON SATKLL1TK NEWS and marriage
half hour later If already inside Our J Juke box Is unlllto any DR, LONG'S CLINICA
Friendship Garden and. president of the 26 year old or. at closing time.Service other in town. Charlie Parker's General HtMilth Service
Civic Club will serve as co- gailzation. Mrs. Ora Lee Taylor, "Ju Mt rriencln", '{t hostess to the International local realtor, was elected. first are Jazz domic You'll find turn( HtHtaJ Diseases, V.t lcose,
Florists Association meeting in waiting at UK-NO immortal classics only at Veins, Prostate, Artliritf fcv
Miami, July 811. Fabulous president. Mrs. Annie M. Cole. AUTO the Satellite. Get In on the Rood during/
Hamptos House will be head. man served as president for 25 JOHNSON'S times Miami's moat unique 1515' BW let Street
quarters. years Tune, ups, transmission, SATELLITE LOUNGE Parking in rear
"Do-IUYotir self" exhibit hag lIer name and Interests were motors and road service CI222: NW 7th Ave. Fit 8.274H It..". III SOi0tr \

been planned by the Friendship practically jyionymous> with 4924 S.W. 17th St. ...
Garden and Civic Club for the th'se! of the Friendship Garden (Pembroke Road)
night of July 10 beglnnlsg at 1 and Civic Club.
p.m. Articles relating to flower West Hollywood, Fla
as well as flower and plant con. The International Florists At. Days YU 3-6664
talners for house, Florida room, rociatlon Is, the work of W. O.
porch, patio and' garden may be Perry, a local flortjt who ii in. Nights YU 9.0492 w t
viewed by the public. ::1 teriutionally known through his JunSO: t \
business and*his' fraternal con.
The club is held in high re. nictlons.
gard by the community. The
group was a first place in a Citywide Pictured, left to right aeated: ANN'S GUEST
club competition a numberof Mrs. E. C. Primus, Mrs Alter-
years ago. In 1954 the club tha Carey, Mrs. Margey Wake, HOUSE
received, national recogcltion as MS. Iona Dukes president; Miss
an Outstanding Women's Club Mable Barlow awl Mrs. Mary 344 NW 10th St. lcsrAEC
from the Woman's Home Com. Perry. A neatly furnished room,
pan lot?. The basis for the award
was outstanding community &er. Standing: Mrs. Miriam Stir clean and quiet. Maid ser
vice. rup Mrs. Lucille Reed, Miss vice, parking space for DELIVERY DRUG
E. C. Thomas, Mrs. Andel Mick.
Mrs Iona Dukes, art teach Ins, Mrs. Eartha Styles, Mrs. cars. Weekly rates or over
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4 SATURDAY, JUNE 16, t96 NEW WASTE LAWThe fffimflieM: 'M Mor//

Metro commission is cowrtdttta 'a tDavie sit

ordinance prep-B1"edf bf'c'ounty Ajtty. DalTCY.accounts "l Real tttiteStho' / I
would affect more than 10.OOO() '* ,."...II- '<
unincorporated areas of. the county.. inrdiiiafr .,tot>, ii .ii

Unincorporated\ llrtW. tt Mare Dade County's atid("f tffc da'fe first
In Dade's residential ( Race Real Idstate 1 FJ n90t Cbtnpe.New .
f i5 &* *
-. 97,176 garbage ccOl nt8, The garbage tax tent Instructors dtJed, ccotdhlg
/1\Jnfn\ Offile at 0740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1.0421 twice weekly garbage. and once a month for. to empidyment' nt+ds.
for .
(Branch at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami Florida-Phone Fit 88S3fl year .' Call est Jh a career fbr.a life Hmfe.
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", trash collection. 7.80.8221 for InfdnrullidlU;
II. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher million dollars awed -MeirO for ,CE 5-4240 eVeniiigs.
fJAIlTH O. REEVES, Managing Editor There are some half
trash collection.If I Mrs.; Of* ft. Taylor, Ireidbnt.
ktintere4 tea Second Class Matter, August 9, 1027, at the Post Officeat ,dead N.W. '7th Ave
Miitml, l Florida under the act of March 3, 1870 this ordinance passes, property bWnehs .will become Miami, Fla.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES responsible for garbage' fees; those failing to pay rJoensed.by Florida Real, Estate

ONE YEAR W.OO SIX MONTHS $3.00 -.FOREIGN. '6.00 ithe-tax for five years would, :fake foreclosure 'proceedings -. Commission. Our motto: Trillnlntf
---- added to delinquent *. for immediate arid ftiturb bet.
Member of the Associated! Negro Frees with a penalty of 8 per a year Vices.. Itttsh your. plioatioh Iii
1It'rr11' 01 the National Newspaper Publishers Association fees after July 1st pei l abh. ,fbr ;. '.'

Irving favors th'bhH. by telpphoile
McNayr '
METRO TRANSIT REPORTSMetro County Manager "Bb a First"
nance. jun30

has been operating the buses for more than .. ."

::four months and so-far our transportation businessseems

to be doing very well. FAMU Grad Is i Denied B.&L. Group Charges IIi

The Transit Authority has 494 drivers and 161

maintenance workers. Of these 138 drivers and 70 Peace Corps i Bank Board With ViolationThe t

maintenance men are from the union. --
Our Negro drivers are courteous and have been Federal Home Loan Bank challenge "for serious conflict of
Prof. Board in asked Interest because he
Pakistan Washington was had previously
welcomed by the community.The this week to revoke permission of been associated with and receiveda
State Supreme Court has validated a $9,000,000bond Willie A. Douglas, a 1961 Franklin Federal Savings',and Loan fee from the Roosevelt group for
issue for purchase of the buses from William' Paw- graduate of Florida A and M Association to organize.' services in connection with its ap
plication before the board."
ley bus lines. University' Is a peace Corps A group of Miami business men,
The county and the union made separate appeals ofa Volunteer services in West Pak. who were refused a charter to The contention of the Roosevelt
Jstan, where he is teaching a organize as Roosevelt'' vings and group seems farfetched since
Circuit Judge Joe Eaton. Metro wants re- Franklin Federal
ruling by has been official.
variety of agricultural courses at Loan Association by the Federal
versal of the ruling that Pawley still retains "substantial the Agricultural Department of Home Loan Bank, has filed peti ly organized since May 23 and for
operating' or financial control" of the bus lines. The West Pakistan Agricultural College tion to block the Franklin, which take the Home the action Loan Bank Board to
is without
union is protesting his decision that they had no legal In Lyallpur. was in February.In granted.permission to organize precedent.,

right 'ItO strike against Metro. Douglas has been assistingthe The Roosevelt group includes
The union has also appealed to the Labor Relations University Registrar, since its petition, the Roosevelt white members Jflpn/s/ ,
his! arrival in January in devel group charged that the Franklin Frank Buchanan, Nat Ratner.
:Board Washington; D. C. / I oping a curriculum in vocational group "sought to Improve its Stuart Simon, Lyle Roberts andJohn
agriculture that will lead to the chances before the board by adding B. Orr Jr. Negroes are Garth
D. S. degree. This is a part of Negro members through secret, Reeves, Elmer Ward and Mrs.Dana
SCHOOL BOARD WILL AUDIT the university's: new agricultural ex parte representations Dorsey Chapman.
education department plan. to the board In Washington /' The Franklin group,in its origin.
Robert M.\ Morgan, accounting expert, whose firm Teaching landscape design and Members of the Roosevelt group al application, had as white mem
has been making a study of school finance for the Dade gardening was his first assignment feel that the .Federal Home Loan bers Loyal Gordon Domning Jo-
school board will recommend that :the board take over in Pakistan.A Sank Board "has made farce of seph Paul Curry, Martin Curry,
the administrative Emmanuel Max Fruchter Billy Eugene
the various former New Farmer of process .
central control of fees and that reports from
violated its own regulations Miller, Norman Jack Russ,
schools be checked for accuracy by the business adminis- America the Douglass Is adviser to deceived all those who were acting Ronald Calvin Shafer and Phillip
university's poultry farm,
tration section before being passed on to the school where concentration has been on. the basis of the public record Allen Spier.
placed on enlarging the flock and violated every, canon of The sole Negro was Dr. Na
board.A ,fair and,ethical procedure and due thaniel Colston.
Miami Beach School and establishing the best breeds "
shortage of $2,100 at the High suitable for the climatic conditions process of law. Later on, Negroes added to the
brought about an investigation ,by State Attorney Richard in Pakistan. He states: that The Roosevelt group also claims Franklin group were Walter C.
Ger&tein. White leghorns and ''Rhode I&- .that Atty. Henry Arrington, one Cogdell Otis B. James the Rev.

The' school board treasurer who resigned said the ands will. thrive beet In tha.tcountrr. the.Franklin of the Negro group members was subject added to to Henry Edward Arrington.T. Graham and Attorney

gave the money to the principal. He denied it, but has KKKKKKK FKKKKKKKKKKKKKK ?
also] resigned. Having' established an envi. KKKKKKKKKuEKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKGRAND
able athletic record during his
high ischool days, this FAMU OPENING

'787 HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATESWith alumnus Is using part of this
leisure in helping with soccer, TASTY B/IR-B-CC/E
instructing and coaching the
the closing of schools ithis week 787 graduateswere university's basketball team, and
awarded diplomas. :Many others will probably at- with other Peace Corps Volun. 6209 :N.W.ilSth\ Avenue

tend summer school and receive their diplomas when the "'eers is helping community league." He p.m.
;sessions end. also shows weekly movies to OPEN! 24 HOURS DAILY
The Booker T. Washington High School, Anthony overflow crowds and teaches oral

Gardiner, principal, had, .181 graduates. I and written English. Owned and operated by ",

Carver High, Manatee Bannerman, principal, '100. Douglas was born In Tampa, Will and Harold :Sharpe
North Dade, Charles Wyche Jr., principal 132. : where he attended Middleton jun30
Ugh School. He
Mays High, James M. Simmons, principal, 102.;; In 1957 and along entered with his PAMU BtU >p A a>p7alk a,> l >pLolc>ialcat >p>v 7 7 AaltA.
.. Uorthwestern, Samuel Cohen, principal, 271. dies participated in several
Dade Junior College, Northwestern Ceniter 17. extracurricularactivities., .
I To these, young people the Miami Times extends After graduation he worked at ASK MR. SWEETING
congratulations and best wishes for a successful future. the University as a biology laboratory TUB MAN WHO MADE A BUSINESS
There unit old assistant under Dr. M. S. FAMOUS
are opportunities today for those
Collins the famous Chicago University
qualified to fill them. It's up to you young people to take tralt-ed Entomolglst. Stanley Sweeting Says .
(advantage of them if it is at all possible. "I CAN DO ANYTHING"
lie took his Peace Corp<< train
*( #( Public Relations Promotion Typing
Ing at the Peace Corps Training
MORE INTEGRATIONRoman Center in Rio Abajo, Puerto .Advertising News Writing Inform
Rico and at the Colorado State tion, Income Tax Distribution Mime

Catholic school s in Atlanta will be integrated University, Fort Collins Colo- .ographlng Employment Confidential

when school opens in September of this year. The' contributions He has made several valuable Reports.
to the
order was given by Archbishop Paul Hillman. There are Pakistan and is Sincerely work dedicated In Sweeting Lamar and Associate

71 North Georgia, counties with enrollment of 7,500 students to the Peace ,Corps. He 4128 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR O.4961Modern
says.. "- think."-*... the su cress "Wfc. ( Theatre Hidlding: )
Peace Corps lies in the spirit of
Catholic schools in Miami were integrated two years dedication which is characteristicof

ago. the administrative! leaders _
In Dade County public schools we have token inte. they all have ,the pioneering a.t.

gration., However this week Superintendent Joe Hall announced others titude and. the" desire to serve International l florists Association

the following five schools will be integrated in Douglas Is the oldest' of three

September: Miami Jackson, Miami Beach, Miami Central Douglas children of of James and Christine Cordially invites the public to attend a
Senior High, Miami Edison and Robert E. Lee Jr. High. Tampa.
Under the Pupil Assignment rule, three students Two other Negroes Freeman

will attend. Jackson, two at Central, one .sit Miami Beach, McKlndra and David, Ira of Springfield of Memphis., Tenn.Ark., Flower and Fashion

one to Edison Jr. High, one ,to Robert Lee. are working with the Peace
Eighty-eight more will attend Allapattah Elemen Corps in Pakistan. .
tary-Junior High, 11 at Coconut Grove Elementary, one NICE PEOPLE Show

at Fulford, the
people that go there all have
something in rommon-Everr. Tuesday July 10 1962
SENTINEL PUBLISHER INJUREDC body's nice put ordinary folks ,
Blythe Andrews, founder and president of the looking for the same thing At"The Hampton House Motel
Sentinel-Bulletin and grand president of the Lily White enjoyable time why don't "
Pallbearers was injured June 2 when his Lincoln Cont] new>mir experience try Hits unique in our spot town.for 1,000'CARNATIONS GIVEN AWAYCesident

nental l struck a heavy metal wall causing $1,200 damage by ana meet some of Miami's Stop For further information call W. O. ,

Andrews got off the road while two drag racers nicest SATELLITE people. LOUNGE at ferrJ'a Florist, FR 4-1205 ju7'PAGE

we werefpassing. Ye Editor hopes for his early recovery. 6222 NW 7tf Are.

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fronj the fy 'H.' Somethingis SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1962 .
going oh at Baker's Famous ,f' '
Miami 'Corner every day and night. It i la
becoming a gathering place for Shriners To Hold Gala'f* ,\
.. ', ,.; all bf the beer salesmen and the
". :! off duty policemen and the
nurses from all the hospital Convention June 15th17th
By DAVE ONDU' Harry Belafonte did a benefit -- I

'-, concert !In Atlanta and drew over Kazah Temple No. 149 Ancient tlon of Bessie Hester, Imperial
.. -- .. 6,000 people at' $2.50 and $3.50 Egyptian Order Nobles Mystic Deputy, and Daughter Rosebud
..... .
1 m. model
per seat Popular Shrtners ot. North and South : Byrd Ill Commander.
THERE ARE ONLY two more their< 1962 Annual Big Orange Jess ie Smith is celebrating her America and Jurisdiction, Inc Is''' The headquarters' of the con.
week, remaining in the Immaculate Yearbook Souvenir program In birthday at the Knight Beat host to the Florida State Gala vention will be at the Masonic
Dozen* Contest It' closes December, Garth Reeves jets to Baltimore Day June 16 to 17 with more Temple, 1742 NW 3rd ave. Registration .
June 30, and no votes will be Nat Vaughn .. 241 Thursday for a newspaper con. than COO representatives from starts Friday nJght
counted after that date. Robert'O. Lee. 160 vention.PRETTY. all parLpof Florida coming to the JUne 15, at the Temple and at
Sgt; Jenaie Nash 113 Desert business and to enjoy the the Norfolk Hotel, 45 NW 5th St.
Pence' Farrington ,, : 118 J1UL of the Wwkj I hospitality of our fair city. Business starts Saturday at 9
J Isaac Vaughn 114 Beatrice Shelton (typist at The convention will be under a.m. and will adjourn for lunchat
Sgt. Jesse- Nash 113 Leonard's) Pretty Boy of the the direction' of Noble Raynell 12; called again at 2 p.m. for
David Dobbs 92 Week: Percy Rolle Man Sloan, Imperial Dfpurty of the recreation
Nick Thomas 81 About Ton: Clyde Killens Desert of Florida" and advisor of At 9 p,m. the Potentate Ball
Steve MoElmurray 76 Happy Couple of the Week: Mr. Noble MoFadden, Imperial Ad. i will be at Bayfront Park audi
Henry Arrington 69 and Mrs. J. O. Brown visor, and Noble Samuel Sweet torium This I& to be the largestin
Clyde Klllens 66 ing, Imperial Organizer, and Po. the history of the order with
Dr. Chapman, .. 65 1IKHK IS Till: show for this tentate of the host temple; al!o representatives from all over the
Dr., Shirley ,, 67 weekend at the Knight Beat: Daughters of Isis of Kazah state and the Bahamas.
,s Rev, Graham 49 Bobby Marshall, J. Lane, Hot Court No. 117 under the' dlrec. Sunday morning the Nobles
Robert 49 and Daughters will worship at St.
Jacked Papa Turner and Family; Frank --
Ernest 39 DuUolse-. Bobby Marchan, and me most was "Shako a Hand." John Baptist Church, Rev T
I The winners vui be announcedat Robert Paul Young 31 the big voice of E. Lois Fore This' 1 I" the* album ,that you music Johnson, pastor, At 6 p.m. thero
the Hampton House on July Carl Williams 24 man. l'vegot, to admit that thatIs loven must set. As far as Ruth will be a Joint-session and fare
4, where we'll have music, Albert Smith 16 well party at the Masolc Temple.
quite a show. However, the is concerned, she may appear
dancing, prises and fun galore. Dr. Ben Atkinson 14 show that the Glass IB looking here In Miami sometime in Julyor 111. Samuel Sweeting,
The fabulous Austin Burke will
Roy Porter 14 forward to is coming July 13, August. Potentate
be the master of ceremonies and 111 John S.
Leo Armbrister 14 William,
14 and 15 with Sam Sooke and --
6 of our winners will meet Bur. We are getting more and more the Upsettesr. While I'm at it, HACK WITH n flash! Dizzy Recorder
ke! in person at 608 Lincoln Rd. prizes! through the mall each dayso the Urban League gave Clyde Jones and his band are opening 1748 NW 5th ave.
and wear clothing from "Austin come on and help your favorite Klllens a plaque for outstanding :Monday at the Hound Table in
Burke, the home of qualityr.1othes" Watch this date
person win this contest. Get service in community projects. New York That's a nice break
in the finals. those votes In on a post card, or Take it easy, and Live Life, Sunday, July 29th

We will have 12, winners and cut out the coupon in this" paper' I'VE ALWAYS said, "when Every Golden Minute of It. Atlas Lodge and Temple
more than 12 prizes with the for the votes. you 'meet nice people, you should PEACE! Elks' Day
first prize donated by Charlie lEt others know," I have been I .
North's Travel Bureau of a QUICK NOTE DEFT Manager; looking ,to buy a new car (new -
fre-e trip to Nassau. From Marl. Bill Harris of the Satellite to me a used one, i In plain
etta's Guest House, the winners Lounge, Ilea ,that h ls lounge has English cause I ain't got that
will have free lodging for the not lost any business!, because of new money). That's English,
three days in Nassau 1 and Roy the summer. Irt fact, business .Is Anyway I stopped at this car
Bowe of the Conch Shell will increasing every week. On Wednesday lot on 36th St between 10th
rive all the "John Barley Corn" June 20 Bill will be and 11th A vis. and talked to
the wilnner can consume for three :elebrattng Ma birthday, ame thiS salesman lIe was so nice, I
days at the Conch Shell. AS 'an with Lit Williams of the Oflen- wanted to buy the car right then
extra there will be a real surprise .al Cafe and Buster Sanford of and there, threat for the ladles attend the Rockland Palace so Bills money. While talking to him he OPENING TONIGHTFRIDAY
:ng the Immaculate Dozen going to have a big triple sea, "Being nice to people Is ,
Presentation. oirthday party on that date. more important than selling

.1 Popular barmaid, 'Dtelores,.Caf. cars, because if you have good JUNE 15 $
!fie is having her share of hard cars, they will sell themselves"
uck. The owner of the car sheamashed Oh, the name of the lot i& Morton .
ihad her arrested and Motors and Us owned by
put in the pokey. She Us said to beout Charles Morton. BIG JOHN

on, bond '! Zeniths. go
into the Playboy: ClUb on June MOST Ol' THE JOUUK, o\\ng.
48th with Virgin Till as are. stern won't remember a famous
placement until one.'of the other line that went, "Mama, He Me Arthur .,, i
nab !of the groups has, her, blessed Treats Your Daughter .!Mean but i. + I
event sometime around Christ- L'm sure most of you remember T
MOA Chlckiie Horn returnsto Ruth Brown. Well, the was in
these parts after a stint in town paying a visit to her per' 'THE ROOT MAN"SINGING ,
New Providence. He's booked. for sonal manager, Blanche Callo. t
YOUNG VAUGHN a week at the Hampton House way and while Ruth and I sat I JAZZ
Beginning: Tuesday .John and talked about old times,
Since last week two more don. McArthur goes into the "House" Blanche put Ruth's album on RHYTHM & BLUES '
ors have come in. They are the this weekend Phil Harris the hi gl, I almost fell out of : ;
Pepsi-Cola Co. and the Satellite is going: great gun/ at the Club my chair. I have heard many,
Lounge. Sharpe Cities Service I I. Ml The Ilampton house hasa many records' but this ono called .
giving 50 gallon of gas, the new trio in their Lounge. Theyare "Along Comes Ruth" on Phillips Music bY' ;,
Band Box Barber Shop, managed called "The Eddie Stack Label is just great Then I heard :
by Johnny Williams, is giving Trio". her do a new thing wit h Jim
a transistor radio; 111... I China Valles does a radio Dandy, but the one that shook EDDIE STACK
Caesor of Caesor's University of
Cosmetology Is donating a $25 I. .
cash prize; Sir! John Manager SPECIAL BATTERY SALE and the All-Stars '1M
Edward Gill sea he's got tome
thing nice for one of win.
ners; Mrs. Markowitz of the GROUP 6-VOLT EXCHANGE $6.95 ioCo "..".......'''''A' 4' '', #''''''''..oc.f'f"f'' ''''' ""

Hampton House, has a fine prize 1 YEAR GUARANTEE
that will be cherished by one ot June 19
Opening Tuesday
the winners. The Pepsi Cola Co. For muffler; fuel iftonp, water inunjiH, Ignition,' brake 1",1"" ,

rliftnitiU. how, tan belt, rail tut


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Uniform i "Madam 'Effie' 4 J' ;


is presenting a big picnic cool One of the finest '
young J j ;
er. Dill Harris (Satellite) and And '
O'Berry's Driving School are each Sportswear singing dancing comedy r t. tlM

giving a watch, and many other sensations of the ', .'j, Ex';;' v '
gifts are coming In each day. ; "
all UNIFORM CLEARANCE SALE night club stage, direct
We are still asking that
from 21 fun filled '' h4l ; ; .
contestants pnd a photo, roar 2 racks of uniform for beautician:
address and phone number so Maids weeks in the Bahamas, r'
Barbers Nurses Waitresses and! ,
that we may notify you of your for a limited engage
standing after the contest closes. advertised lines atm.SAVINGS ti'
Nationally ment.
Those of you who send card in '
for your favorite "ImmMuUte All of "ChickieV fans + w '
Per CentIn
Wan", Please do not forget to [ UP TO and1' friends in the area + a 't
r put the person's name for whom'you .
are voting on the card. R.. variety of sizes and colors are especially invited to "'N 4( jJ'

member. July 4 at the Hampton See our large assortment of Sports Wear & LingerieAt welcome him home at '
House. Mr. "TV Commercial" Drastically Reduced Prices the Special Opening ''" ,
himself, in person.
With fashions, prizes dancing FREE A pair of? hose with a purchase of Night Show t y ,
.and a lot of fun. This .Is one af. $5.00 or More RESERVATIONS are

fair that has gained tnefull ... suggested for this show Call NE 3-0611
support of the people and we ,Bathing Suits reduced one-third
thank you so much for this sup Jiut in time to beat hen Summer heat at the Reach Music by EDDIE STACK AND THE ALL-STARS

,bonus port.Oh,-.from yea, Sweetlng-Lamar there Is an extra Associates '.: 1031 N.W. Third Avenue f for dancing before, between and after the ..how.Around. *

which will be a cash
award and a picture display In I 1

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2I' 7th Ave. af 54th St.

NEVER C LOS ED. Prices Good thru June 16, Hto/fcr's/ AG Store Only
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Neck Bones Ib 15e Round Steak :Ib 59C '

Sliced Bacon Ib 390 Chuck Roast Ib 39c

Cube Steak Ib.- 690 Chuck Steak Ib 49t

Roll Roast Ib 790 Smoked Picnics Ib 27*

A '
MANOR HOUSE Collard Greens


3 for 79C 194 Squash lb 101
Juice 3 FOR
With$5.00 Order
2 for 49* MEDIUM A G Cucumbers 10
8 Oz.KRAFT-Reg.or Smoke
Barbeque Sauce 29t EGGS doz1 29 Corn 5 for 191
16 Oz.Cairo Beauty Sweet
Cream Pies 390 I Tomatoes3for25C
270 Chocolate,Lemon, Banana,Coconut

We Cash Payroll Checks Cold Beer At All Times f Open 24 Hours A Day-
Coffee lIb 590 Cheese Spread 79<

Style Tuna 890 Cheese 8 :oz.29c

Wesson LARGE Oil 390 Clorox, ::1'gal. 59
Blue Ribbon Napkins IO Clorox 354COMPLETE

West Schools To
j Initiates Student I SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1962 PAGE 7

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Integrate In September I College FundThe

A last-minute agreement by local Floral Heights Elemen.
officaU to de egregMe/ Key -," tary School faculty initiated a
'' 'I '
i' >, 'M'1 scholarship fund recently with
West public schools caused the ) ,\ \
considerable The purpose '
cancel success.
justice department to of the fund Is to help grad.
plans for a tent< clUe Involving ,, s
government-Impacted areas, de.partment I: ,fit: uatlng senlorf' In the County at. t
i' r
tend the DadeCountY' Junior
sources reported Fri. i' I College. The total amount in the

day.The fund is $1,069 The studetts
suit had ,been prepared who will receive full scholarshipswill
for filing last month.' I III be selected by the Dad e N
It was aimed at enabling the County Junior College Welfare & '
, government to take the initiative I ." I
Officer Mr. Turner, a fifth grade I :
heavily populated by federal em teacher should be given credit .
ployees. Special federal aid is aM
doing such an excellent job
provided for schools in such
In an 'elemettary school. Mrs G.

areas. Albert, principal, was greatly
Until now, the government has II II'I Impressed, with the Idea when
to enter school deserve ,
sought approached by Turner and thereby :
gallon cases as a friend of the 1 approved his plan All Flor. '

court only after a case has been al HelphtPiuna are trusting thata 1i .1
filed by a parent on behalf of 'I 1 of the schools In Dado Coun.ty j .-
his child. will make this chain
. a le j Among Tennessee State Unl_ M ami, D.S. health and physical
by doing likewise to help
,'r In the case prepared for filing : its ,' education
some boy or grl! to get the versty graduates at recent

In Key West department lawyers rr I quality ,of education that they ; corn menCc ment exercises were Second row: Dzonl A. Jones
put forth the view that the gor-
so rightfully deserve.
) these rioridtansl Tlist row:
ernmen has an interest tlrnllar Pensacola, II. S, accounting;
to that of a parent in schools near I I Ruby Stubbs a sixth grade Vera Ann WlllUams' of Miami, D. Fred l Howard Seymour, West

government installation.This Cum Laude pupil has been awarded the S. Elementary Education; Vir.plnla Hollywood, it). S,, biology; Rob.

positlo was based, it Phyllis Peterson daughter of Georrge Kilpatrick award for Louse Williams of St. frt Curtis Webb, l"t. Lauderdale,
was understood on the govern, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip( Catherine) outstanding aervtlce during 4th, Petersburg II S. biology; Ve. Ii. a., English; Joe Louis. Doyer,'
ment' 300 million dollars an. Peterson graduated June 6 from 5th and 6th grade years. lonica Cushon, Peni&cola, D. S. Winter Park, 1). S. music educa.!
nual outlay In aid to such Morris Drown College, Atlanta, Ruth had had an all around average speech and hearing; Ophelia De tic:!; Jamoi Williams Goulds. 13.
schools and on the attendance of with honors (cum laude). of 3.6 for this accumula. lorIs, Cotton, Peniacola, Il. S:! S. Aviation education; NormanE.
government employed childrenat She has earned a bachelor of I Live period. She has been a par. I I music education; Virginia: Jones, Miller' Bartow, I). S. history.
tlcapant in the Junior Red Cross I
the school.JESCA sc'ence! degree with 'a major in
sewing club, a Girl Scout leader
biology and a minor in} chemistry.
and student couitll I
During her years at Morris representative. SIR JOHN HOTEL
Ruth is an excellent speller
Summer Drown she participated activelyIn
and was the champion speller of
Program Opens various organizations and hasreceived her class for three consecutiveyears. 276 N.W. 6th Street 1
many honors such as:
Mr Mrs.
and George 1<
June 18 Who's Who Among Students in patrick ,are the donors of 11.1
American Colleges and Unlvensl. I II annual ANNOUNCES ITS NEW WEEKLY RATES
Kilpatrick award.
ties the Student Government, .
The Summer Program at .I Science Club, Editor of the Ruth was awarded a certificate
James E. Scott Community Center 1961.62 Yearbook, president of for outstanding sportsmanship, Furnished kitchenettes andl! Swimming Pool
gets underway this coming Campus chapter, Delta Sigma leadership and conduct She re.
Monday, June 18 at 9:30: a.m. meta Sorority; ad also received a celved a medal for her outstand. No Security $22.50 weekly
Included In this year's pro. check from the Whltaker and Ing skills In square dan Jng. Her
gram are sports, crafts, dramat. Sons Contractors Inc. for being sponsor Is Mrs. Daisy Handle. fk'O! Mr. Jill, Manager or Cnll FH iiftttJil: : for npJlolrUnent
ics, story telling, public speaking the "most outstanding student in Grace Albert> principal Junto
silts; and stunts, tumbling, ,clence. Joshua K. Dove, reporter

talent shows etc., MUss Peterson Is a 1968 grad. n ___________ _u__
The program is being spon.eored -
uate of Northwestern Senior High

and Recreation by the Dade Department.Couty Park Such School. NOTHING'S MORE WONDERFUL, MORE DEPENDABLE

programs are being held through THAN FLAMELESS YEAR-ROUND
out the County. Parents in those 7 TIMES A WKKK
areas having programs are es. Mondays, TuetaU)'*, Wednesdays

pet*.ally asked to send their or Thursdays our house Is
their children out to the center never cold. Folk come from as electric
rather than allow them to wan. far m Richmond Height to en.
dtr about during the summer Joy what we have Atraon.pherw ? ,
month uniuperviaed. !

Registration days at James E. ever Music heard that'and unlike hospitality any you've, that Like bringing cool, crisp, mountain air caused fatigue and tensions. Living in
the nth,
Scott 14th Center and 15th.were Added on to the you'll tell your friend about. inside that's,Electric Air-Conditioninjr. an air-conditioned !home is both health

summer staff at James E. Scott Miami' most Intimate lounge' Magic climate control at your fingertips! ful and pleasant

areIr.. John Glover and Mr. SATELLITE LOUNGE The greatest comfort your home can have.
David Williams. 0222 NW '7th Ave And thrifty year-rround Electrio Air-Con

.Mr. Glover, a Miamian and A modern Flameless Electric AIr.ConditIonln, is really two comforts in one

graduate of Florida A and M ditioner does so much more than just -cools] in summer, warms in winter, all
University, will be in charge of cool. It draw out the excess,moisture 'from on* compact unit.
chortle boys. Mr. Milligan, a St. KAPU ALARMS end eliminates the uncomfortable, sticky
of Fla. FlamelesB Electric AIr.Con-
Augustlan and graduate Will Burglar Proof homo.Thin ., ,dependable
jour It
helps prevent dampness]
Industrial College, humidity
Normal ditioning is tried and proven..enjoyed
low root burglar alarm
and mildew. It filters the air frees it
will be in charge of teenage ,
syHtrm will protect your home l by a half-million of your Florida neigh
f ..1! from dust and pollen and relieffrom
boys. i and property while at ; ; brings
The Dade County Park and you are bors. Its the best buy under the,fun.Now's ..
Recreation Department believes down.work or" on taotUon. No money allergies. $: the time to see your electric appli*

that this year's program will be For FRKK Interview and ....i.I I Children eat better,sleep better, are leas anco dealer or air-conditioning: contractor

one of its best.Corne outl! Send mate with no obligation irritable. You say goodbye to, heatlor better-than-ever values, easy terms.
your children 1 Help us to serve
you and our community by giving Call NE 44831After

boya and girls a worthy 4:80 i .. .
to our ,
use of their leisure time. jun30 ; 'M liard Jp.f!laurelss. & \a ar ;\

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the undersigned that they intendto
rus4 + People. do a real estateand; Unvest-
ment business, as a partnership,
s under signed Articles of Agreement .
4 Place under the assumed name,

l Dated at ;Miami, Florida, this !AIFTiJ-i 1kT

f\ Ii.i p f.A a J Things 12th day of June A.D. 1962

"I'. ;..I > e Signed: John H. Davis
,,_. Prince. Farrington Jr.
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f'WJJ: :.iTj jT.jf..f..II J JA*jjLtj.it v :T"If a.JauroSEVEN
: 'William E. Manker
HUNDRED and fifty. Rummage SaleAt Jesse L. Nash
L. O'Berry
seven atudeits are graduating Benny
this from the high schoolsof Garth C. Reeves
year Edison Center, 6401 NW
,the county. We congratulatethese Richard Smith) TONITE TOMORROW & SUNDAY
Negro students upon their 7th aye;, Thursday, Friday and Phillip Wallace ,
accomplishment! Saturday, June 21, 22, and 23. Ralph V. White Sr.
Prices start at 16 cents Pro. Charles 0. Young JUNE 15-16-17
There are hundreds more of ceeds to cancer. jun23 June 16, 23
Miami students graduating fromIf'olle2"f's
and universities in most A Complete Show Featuring
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Miami has become a progres- .rjy
eve city and ,there are unlimited t
opportunities for the student whQ
would train for Job opportunitiesother all the
than the conventional E. Lois Foreman

teaching profession, secretarial .
training etc. Away over half of wonderfullyeasy
our graduates from higher learning &Jr.
institutions will return to
s.ek employment In the school
system. We bear no grudge ways tow
against educators. They are In ..rt 4at sl? AWH
demand! Perhaps that' why our
,graduates take the "easy way" hair
out rather than to chance suc rJ beautyand

cessful careers In the more lucrative .
pregnant fields that are health ,/ ;
open to them right here lin Dade
County.It .

1sad to say, but the new graduates who are daring to HU10X SUPERPREAPPLIED BobbyAdm.
meet the challenge of "new"' s.
fields open to Negroes are for. .
saking Miami for other cities. I.tj' SHAMPO AifI
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Dreamland Estates !Recognition!i Day atCounHom THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA 3 J '\ I
:t.r.."' '. .
Owners Says SalesIncreasing ,
Brownsville' Comd .B ,
Brownsville ResidentsTo
. \i 'r I Ing 2741 NW I '
tr ,40th' r .
P i Recognition Day will be obsorv. If
This week In an Interview with ed unday 4 p.m. at the Dadecounty. Discuss Lights A representativegwli! 'b9 w I
B. C. Fuller, president of Home at Kendall. All persons living In the to discuss thefTOro dur'At'
Dreamland Estates this paper Qrownsvdlle area who are Inter. getting: street lightft In hit' )
The for the ,
was informed of the rapid pro. principal speaker ested in, having: street lights are The. meeting la poniored// )by
.1 gress made by the Dreamland qccfcston will be Alfonso Williams asked to attend a very Important the Brownsville Improvement: As. 1 18oca.t.1lon.
B. He will
I"I Estates, sales Mr. Bullerattributed supervisor of Division f
force. meeting Monday at 8 p.m. at the > Neal Adams president.
I tnis to the potential be presented by the Rev. Ernest -, -,
growth of South Dade where to Hutcheson, associate chaplain.
day "Dreamland" encompasses Morris Harris will b-e M.C.

+,t1V .. 11 3 Burdlnes, Woolworth Food Fair Boys and girls with outstanding
; etc. Richards too, have movedto conduct will be honored.Annoluncement.
South Dade and a new huge
4 movie house is under construe "

tion. 5' :; ,1
4 Vt "The Trend for growth mustbe '
to the South and we hope to The Marie Mack Club Is sponsoring
be a major part of that growth.We a picnic Wednesday July _
feel that Dreamland"today is 4 at 11 a.m. Virginia Beach
similar to what was the' begin. Dinners will be served free and
ning of| Liberty City. If one re. $1.00 pays for the round trip
members it was but IS or 20 .
years ago when Liberty City --
: Families was barren land and Ut, too had investment for the future and we
land sales of $10 down $15 have always urged people to first
Urged to Provide monthly. We firmly believe see the land and then make their FREE DELIVERY DOUG :
Dreamland Estates to be a wise own decision" said. Mr. Fuller. I

Foster Homes

For ChildrenAn If I I J i

urgent plea for Negro fos. I Ir CAPITOL THEATRE
ter families an-d Negro adoptive I.
parents has been Issued by Catholic All New Show

Welfare Bureau, a United on the stage I
Fund member agency., Every Wednesday 9 p.m.

Catholic Negro families are be. I I $ S. )EJIMMY REEVES ''t
Ing": sought to provide foster and hisPARADE I
homes for both newborn Infants ,
and older children from broken '
homes. The average stay of.. ,
newborn Infants from eight to -7 STARS
12 weeks. Lenth of stay for ,old. "rt
er children is dependent on the "'tl Plus The Rocketeer and

circumstances Involved, It was /S Sensational Little CoraOn
a "b
pointed out. atq

,It Us hoped that there will be
Rome families who will be able i\ The Screen First .M lain I Showing! : t

to board an entire family unit, MERRILLS MARAUDERS.
Including brothens: and sisters.
Starring Jeff Chandler
At the present time thereare SIX BLACK HORSES I
only three Negr oahtCoare _
only three Negro Catholic Audio Murphy and Ian Duryea
families: registered with Catholic
Welfare Bureau as reglatered
foster parents.

Families receive $11 per week - - .-- :....:::....::: ,,(
for each child boarded. Thus r
provides for basic room, board 1, S _ f fI
and laundry, but does not 1m -1
elude medical care traneporta. a tT! I,
tlon or clothing which Ja paid S
for the agency.
% ,
', f fP S.
Families who wish to apply :
must meet the following require. _
ments: a+ OX 1-7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St. ,

1. Stable happy horn. I
2. Reasonably good health.

3. Adequate space (does not ,.. ,
YO"" < "
mean a separate bedroom for the \I.1I 1Ii'(1" Ij FRIDAY THRU TUESDAY
child(C. Eitell Jonet, technician, prepares a enltnre broth in Virus Re*]
4. Adequate income for the earth Laboratory,Pittsburgh Municipal Hospital, for Dr.Jonas Salk from 7:30 Shown at 9il5
who the vaccine his The celebrated' Featuretten -
family' own D'eoe.ds. developed polio bearing name. )
clentbt will direct the Salk Institute for Biological Studies at San'
Those Catholic families who Diego, Calif., for which a $15 million building fund campaign will
wish to become foster parentsor be sponsored by The National Foundatlon-Marclt of Dimes from June 111'111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111A'
would like to adopt a child 1 15.At the Institute,eminent scientist from many parts of,
should write Mls8 Lois Hill, the word will study hula question affecting life,health and disease.
Catholic Welfare Bureau 395 .. Story of The Christ
NW 1st St., Miami 36 Fla.

r'A"..". 51O'1onh.the locplrttloit a.ri.o of- The Glory of His ,Spoken Words

UNITED '(COLLEGE l ntnw, 1 IIfa SokenNOW

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Michael Session 1100.00Mrs Price w. 1 N
Ora D. Taylor 100.00 -
Dr. S. D. Welsbuch 100.00 Air Conditioned Now Showing :

Samuel Bland Foundation 100.00 Feature ntnrtlnjj times:
Wometco Enterprises 10000 CENTER St. 12:30! 8:23, Ot20 0:20 1'I
Washington Federal 100.00 THEATRE Hun. 1 JlsOO 0:50 0:45 irMtP
Benjamin Myers SO.OO )
Dr. II. H. Green 60.00Mr. I -I
and Mrs r. 'W.Voslflh 60.00. -' !
Time Finance Corp. 60.00 RITZ Starts Wed. I Ii

Charles Hadley 60.00 THEATRE First Miami Showing : ; 1))
The Miami Time 60.00 ,
Mrs Eunice 5000 \ I II tR
: P.1 Coleman f / .
'Dr. W. H. Murrell 60.00 i I I
Mrs. J. L. Dixon 60.00
Mr. Luther Carey 30.00
Mils Jane Roberts 25.00
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Col Claude C. Clark 25.00 Wcii1 COMM IW"TICHN''AMA' TCCHNlCOlOflVMttrjold '
Mrs Mayme Williams 25.00 yn'Maytr prettntt StImuli Brorurorf3 Production/

Eugene Mrs. Maud Kemp Reid 25.00 25.00 ,_IfflB'SOHII' Iiuti rl'KUROHIIifIaD.RONwOQl( 'Y1''ECIuhtf JR3 :

Dade Green Federal Brothers 25.00 26.00 i ( saiii m on ttiui wiuy BWUK .WRRK CWRDK RIP ion I PSIUIEl

Judge Fair L. E. Thomas 15.00 flAIl THRING ell'(aM iJRJCE UARSAC CRfCOIRf ASLt' f AG 9ERh.RVnPBIUP ...>.> l J
Realty 15.00
Rev. A. D. Hall 12.50 1 1 1 f rORnAl uatgNICHOU I O $ RIiY tWr- [ BROHSIOI .

Sampson's Market 10.00 1s ../. .5. .
Frederick J. Wolfe 10.00M.
A. Barkin 10.00 II
Trammel Real Est. Sch. 10.00
Sidney D. Austin 10.00 --.a.. NEXT ATTRACTION
Splc and Span 10.00J.
L. Vlslah Foundation 10.00
Pan Am Tire Co. 10.00 "EXPERIMENT IN TERROR"C.atholic
Ceasor's University 10.00
Louise T. Wilson 10.00 ,
Bernstein. and Hodson 5.00 I - - -
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PAGE 10 S ATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1962 v pr .y ,,, 4 And Civic Clubi
i The Jolly Friends Club met on
the third Saturday night In Mayat
.4 the home of Mrs. Mildred John.
,P r EOn at 734 NW 44th St., where
the friends were royally enter.
taJned. Plans were made for the
Twilight Cocktail Sip at Mrs.
Emma Ward's home on Sunday,
r June 17 at 5:30. Mrs. Frankie
Glover is their chairman and is
ARCHIE asking all friends .to Join with
them in their First Annual Sip.
FINDER ? ( During the'month the club also
attended "A Call to Wroship" at
--- -r.---
the Church of the Open Door.
HOKTBNSE ROBINSON and Certainly our black skin can't The president and members expressed .
Phalon Wyche II have decidedto rub on contact! Yet we have to r : II thanks for a spiritual
embark on the sea of matri walk three flight of stairs to get t uplift. from pastor and mem.
mony. Invites are dated tor June to tin "Cullud" section for b.... Mrs. B. Lewis, presiding
24, 8:30: a.m. In St. Agnea Episcopal which we pay the same admission' I
Church Among Key fee as others, and supposedly en F Kq
West Conchs vacationing here are Let us! say here that only re. I ADULTS ONLY
Eloise and Bob Reynolds cently have these dog tracks 4130 N.W. 32nd Ave.
The Jolly Friends Social and opened their doors to Negro r Finest apartment house in Miami\
Civic Club's Twilight CocktailSip patronage, 'tis true, and we have One bedroom Furnished or
is June 17 from 5 t o 8 in upped the attendance marks at { 'unfurnishedImple
the' pee eem at the home of Mr. all three 'tracks here in Dade we I parking One block from
and Mrs. Shaddle Ward think the accommodations ShOUldbe Highway
equal and integrated! I GOOD TENANTS
rash of wedding announcementsto
our desk. Elizabeth Thomas Zetas EndSuccessful
and Raymond Farrington are climaxing
their romance with an
altar trek Ditto Juanlta Rog. YearBeta PiRIE
era and James Glttena who have
Tau Zeta chapter Zeta
set June 28 as their knot-tying
date Johnnie Lomelo is etKled Its year of activities. Each
laying the red carpet for the mon ith of the .sorority year. J L Regular 15c Size
found local
Zetas busily engaged
coming of Solomon Burke to his
King '0 Hearts Club June 23.24 in numerous these activities I The King and Queen for 1962-63 of Debbie's Play- ROYAL CROWN
Among were:
Sam and Dave resident en.
land Nursery and Kindergarten, Richard Lee Reese son
tertainers of the K. O. H. have SEPTEMBER: Sorority Work. ,
cut three for Roulette Record. shop, group discussion and group of Mr. iand Mrs. Honor James Reese. Patricia Harris, MEN'S POMADE

1ng Youu"firm is: composed"My Love by Belongs them, and to planning. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwad L. Harris, Their,attendants

"Mistake" la the work of Sam OCTOBER: Soroity plans made are Claudia Bowden, daughter of '''Mr. and Mrs. When You Buy
for launching calendar drive.
Early; the third side Is: "Build I Frank Bowden, and) French, Murphy, daughter of Miss
The Fence Around Me", Steve's NOVEMBER: Southeastern' Regional Hazel Dennis.
contribution, to the two. meeting, Savannah, Qa"I I 35SIZEHAIR
_._. I'I local chapter sent- renr&senta'lives. You are invited to attend the Commencement Pro-

PIUL HARRIS and "Live The I fair.. Zeta Sigma Fellowship af- gram Friday evening, June 15, 7:30 p.m. at Zion Hill
Life You Love" has entered into, Baptist Church, 2445 NW 48th St. ROYAL CROWN
hia fourth week at Club Ml. The I DECEMBER: Christmas Fel.
revue is tagged "Harlem in Ha. I lowshlp among eorors. Boule in We extend best wishes to you for a pleasant summer
vana" and the new talented Winston Salem, N.C., chapter jun16 DRESSING
"girls" are something' to see. I representatives sent.
With Freddie Grant's fast organ, JANURY. Tri-County (Dade,
Jo Ann's big voice and Mi's Oroward, Palm Beach), Founders
Got Something to Sell? ? ? Try a Times Classified Ad
Shorty tapping Is way out. The Day Oelebratlon held in Ft.
show is a dilly The BuncheP Lauderdale to which more than .
rk Civic Club will sip tea on 35 local Zetas Joined other
Sunday, June 17 at the home, of members of sister chapters.
Mr. and Mrs. William Zeigler FEBRUARY: Finer Woman. STAR MEAT MARKET
Mrs. Myrtle R. Dames celebratedher hood activities (worship, public
birthday on Friday, June 8. meeting, presentations Womanof
Many happy returns, Myrt! the year, Sorors of the year, 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
check to Christian Hospital, do
PKIISONALLY, I can't s a y nation to Jamas E. Scott Com ..
that I'm pleased th t we're go. munity Center.) e
ing to Blacayne Dog Track. I MARCH: Zeta Sigma Orchard
don't get the Idea behind their Ball, Bayfront Auditorium.'
building the air to COURTEOUS SERVICE
open ramp APRIL; "Cinderella Seach",.
keep you from riding the esca- Princess party held at Bunche
later. The Idea of but Park .
separate Elementary School term!. far roM
w "prfect Mr
unequal to still there, and It's nated your
search. groomed We Roirtl Crawi
got to go. Why should we con. MAY; 1962 Scholarship awardto Fresh Meat-Low Prices Pomade for IIIU Royal l Cmw
tlnue to be baited like the wild, Booker T. Washington grad. Hilt Drtsslnf for worn*...M drv..
(the food is gambling?) If we uate Laurestlne Mason food variety" M4 punt store
do this the conditions and bru.
JUNE: "Splash Party" for .
tality of Negroes In other parts Amlcettes, youth group sponsor.ed I vans Mrs won since a.na n....
of the country are enduring'are by local chapter, schedule set I
in vain. for implementing Boule plans; I LOOK! LOOK! '
We boast of our Integrated activities planned for summer. LOOK!
system in dining where we wish,
in our movies, hotels, schools, While many of the members PHIL HARRIS
recreation facilities, etc., yet. -we Of the local chapter will be en. His Girl? Boy RevueOF
are gullible when its cornea to gaging' in, summer study, some
sports where wagering Is the will Kind time for vacations, and HARLEM IN HAVANA REVUE
mainstay and the only means of still others will continue to meet;
survival work and plan for a "bigger and STARRING .
Miami Beach Kennel Club was better" Zeta.Orchids .
another that placed a guard at to the Basileus, Mrs.
the escalator to keep> Negroes off. ,Juanlta Pinkney, for excellent
bat the Negro bettors. rebelled leadership during 1661.62 soror JO ANN., The Little Girl With theBigVoice
aNt won. .
What) are w.e T Lepers?I tty year.


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Usher's Union Notice

Usher's Union Assodaion will SOCIAL
cejfbrate its 30th annual tea S6CURfI'Ye j

program Sunday, June 17 at
Cliurdi Dixie Park auditorium
to Time, 4 to 6 p.m. Speaker of

the evening, iMrs. Betty Gibson of
Mt. Zion Baptist Church. A

= unique program has been arrang.ed r.rrr rr a..w .r.r
,by the committee. Immediate
ly after the program refresh .
GREATER ST. MARK P.B ments will be served "Some people are losing social
1 David Hudson, presidentMiss security benefits every month
Men' Day At Mt. Sinai 1455 NW 63rd St. Dorothy Major, Rep. simply because they do, not apply
I Rev. F. L. Johnson, pastor for them," Edward P. Blonston,

We welcome. you to come andhelp I Social Security, District Manager
us celebrate our pastor's Church of God in Christ at Miami North Office, said to.
PRESBYTERIANWe first anniversary Wednesday, day. "The number of persons
1809 NW 6th Avenue
losing benefits cannot be estimated .
all of
June 13 our closing
expect to have a finer pro. Elder J. C. Jackson, pastor "
accurately, he said, "butIt
will be
events Sunday, June 17
gram for Father's Day. Harold Ira McCall Jr., reporter "
a largo number.
at 3 p.m. Choirs of the city will
y Hlgga will serve as chairman for Fifth Avenue was pleased to Mr Blomtton buses that statement .
be and
present, guests presenta.
the' day. All fathers are askedto have a spiritual feast all day on on cases of lost benefits
All of
tions. our members andvisitors
come to the morning service last Sunday with a beautiful
asked be revival that come to light In the .courseof
and flit as a body. Also, there to present. message coming from our Inquiries about social security

will be an eajoyable devotional Graduation times at St. Mark visiting Elder Edward' Edding matters He cited an .example(
program at 7:90 p.m. Let us Sunday, June 24 at 3 p.m. when from Richmond, Va. of one that occurred recently.
make the most of our opportunities the first kindergarten group will Father's Day is to be observedon A76.year-old employee of a-
4 > Show your appreciation for hold 1U graduation and closing this Sunday, We are looking local firm called at the district

fathers and for God by coming ,to exercise along with a picnic Sat. forward. to have a good time. office to obtain a duplicate of his

church this Sunday. urday, June 30 at 10 a.m. Thisis You are always welcome to at. social security card. As be was

Our Vacation Bible School will sponsored by Parents Club, tend our church at all times. over 72, he was asked whether

be held from Monday, June 12 ,,to Moses Walker, president, Betty had applied for payments. Ills
Friday, Jute 29, hours 9 a.m. to Martin, secretary Following TEMPLE BAPTIST answer was that he was workingand
12 noon. Registration fee la 60cents those events the kindergarten could not receive benefits
a week. Parents! Let your will be closed until September 3. Rev L. A, Thompson, pasor became he was making too much
child bring his registration fee The young people gave a good money. HA was told that workersover
to church this Sunday Retetro- account of themselves on Child. 72 can get benefits: while

NELSON ADAMS Lion will begin at Sunday School BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMrs. ren's Day as they carried out working no matter how much
time. Also we are still in need the services. Miss Edwina Lord, they earn. He filed his claim be.
The men of, Mt. Sinai Batlst of teaching assistance! Won't you Vivian Follows of Mil assistant (superintendent' of the fore leaving the office. Later In
Church, 1419 NW 5th Place of help waukee Wisconsin, widely traveled Sunday School and a sophomore filed her claim Ills earnings
which Rev. S. A. i 11 Baha'l lecturer and teacher at Dade County Junior have
the Thomas We indeed enjoyed the synod College always exceeded the next
pastor, will observe their annual meeting at the Deauvllle Hotel' and welfare worker, will speak at gave a very inspiring and Informative mum creditable for social recur-
the Church of the Open Door 786
Men's Day, Sunday, June 17. on Miami Beach this week. Dele message that was well Ity purposes in aj fevp weeks ho
The general chairman DeaconJ. gates from Grace were Mr. and NW 61st St., 8 p.m. Tuesday, received during the mowing'! ser and his wife will i receive one

D. Allen, says, "All men and Mrs. Fred Miller and Mr. George June 19 at a meeting sponsoredby vice Other participants were year's back payments' of about
of Miami.
the Baha'is
auxiliaries are working very dill. Baldwin We were happy to have Claudia Heuburn, Margaret Miller $2,200.

gently to make this one of the the Rev. and Mrs. Clarence Active in welfare circles, Mrs Prisodlla) Duncangon; Lenora "Social Security benefits' can
greatest drives in the history of Richmond of Trinity Pre byter.. Pellowea aided In providing for Campbell Oelestln Smith, Mad- be paid for no more than 12

the church." Ian Church 111 Key West to be i better physical facilities for de. die Harris, Christine Hepburn, months before the month the
You will be spiritually as well guests of the manse this week. 1 nquents and in establishing Betty Chandler Jacqueline. Cole, application Is filed," Mr. Blon.Kton .
as culturally benefltted when centers for underprivileged boy Randy Gaiter, Dwight, Thompson. nald. This man and his wHo

you join the other visitors to I and girl!! in the Milwaukee area. An Interesting program was lost teveral yea III' benefits be.
"The Church with the Warm Church of The Open Door She will speak on "Religion for rendered during the evening. cause they did not apply for
Welcome"' on next Sunday and Today's World." The men will be honored on them soon enough.
be In on this well planned occa. Rev. H. C. McDowell, pastor Sunday, Father's Day. The male Mr Rlonnton' stated that the
sion. A. E. McNeal, reporter Harold Gulnyard of 1857 NW chorus will ing. A special ,program following people are most apt to
(Nelson Adams, principal of This is the week of weeks at lUst St., a teacher at North Dado will be sponsored in and of be losing payment:
Dunbar Elementary School will Church of the Open Door Thingsare Jr.-Sr. High School, will be Men's Day at 3 p.m. The Rev. 1. Workers of retirement age

deliyer the message for the morn. really hapening. This is our chairman for this. event. The Ernan Williams of New Bethel who are still working full time,
Ing worship The evening service pastor's and his wJfe's end of public ia cordially Invited. will be the speaker.Friendship or part time.

will be packed with musical selections their third anniversary as leaders 2. Workers 72 years old and

that you'll really enjoy, of our parish.... M. "B. Church over. '
with the male chorus being featurM Saturday afternoon, June 16, ZION HOPE M. B. 3. Workers or survivor of deceased .
all fr.ends and members will Rev. Freeman Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor workers who were told
Paul pastor Mrs Ruth Lee Carr
celebrate on our church grounds, Sister Vera Johnson, secretaryZion reporter pevlously that no benefits were
our annual "Fellowship PIcnic"' Last Sunday Youth Day was payable because the worker hadnot
ST. MARY'S W. M. ended .
Hope a very successful
observed at our church with the
This year there Is an added at. meeting last week. A worked' long enough, Changes
Her.' H. Y. Stuart, pastor traction. Because of prepaymentof Youth Department in charge. Sis. In the law have reduced the
total of 17 members were
Miss Dorothy Major reporterOn new Guasle Wright and Bro. Wesley the day his 70.year.old wife
notes on two of our lots, church rolls during ,
added to the
children ) Walker, director, are doing a amount of work required
last Sunday our where the future church home I
the revival. Of these nine were
celebrated Children's Day. will be built, we will burn our candidates for baptism and seven wonderful Job training the child. 4, Persons who have not
Our OWD Harold Stuart Jr. tint mortgage Saturday. Our ren. Geraldine Monroe deliveredthe bothered to inquire at the social

delivered a dynamic speech at 1, members have been very dutiful Thirteen were under others Christian were experience.also main address for the Youth security office about possible
i Department. Her speech
was very benefits
morning service. Throughout the
lw paying their' pledges to the awaiting baptism.
day the children were In chargeof building fund. Inspiring aid beautifully deliver. "The Miami North Social Security

the services. Dinner was The pastor officers membersand f'd4 office was established to
Sunday, June 17, the :Men's
Monday, June 11 started a week serve the people of this district"
served to all the children after Fellowship will be In charge of frleids all Joined together
of prayer for our revival ser kfr. Blonston Mid. Ho suggested
morning service. Our night ser services and will select the ond enjoyed a very wonderfultime "
vice. Monday, June 18 at 8 p.m. that any who think they bo
vice was> equally enjoyed. Pic. father th. ehurch. at the baptism service Sun. may
of the Rev. J. E. McCrary of Ocala due benefits should! contact his
shown of Palm
tures were our All members and friends are day morning. Some seven more I
will begin preach ing: for ten office without delay. The office
Sunday procession. Brothers always welcome. Please members were added to the rollson i
Joseph Ward Joined the Chris. sign our Sunday, of these five are I nights. You are cordially Invited address Is 234 NB 70th St. T h eteleplione

tlan family. guest book candidate/ for baptism. to .heap thin fl>Mt- <>nt ra91nlt.t _number_._.__. la__ _1T._ ____A7tTK. _..
lOur co congratulations i 'u-iOf I
Sunday School will begin its
usual hour with John Dullard in ST. BARNABAS W. M. Special thanks to all of our our young people who graduated MT. CALVARY BAPTIST
from high school last week Oer
charge. Morning worship 11; friend who were with us during : .
evening worship 7:30. Our pas. Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor our campaign for Christ A aldlne Monroe, Janie Williamsand Sunday morning everyone was
tor will be in charge. Our men Sunday School was epened by grand total of 24 members were Nathan Streeter from Book very happy to hear from Rev.
working very hard toward Mrs. S. Dawkln The leSion was gained during the campaign. We er T. Washington and Willie Mae Stephens." His subject was "Two
Men's Day. reviewed by Mrs. M. E. Culnwr wore certainly blessed by o u r Golden from the Dade County Jr. Thieves.
Lord.A College. We hope your future Sunday night we heard an.other .
We are praying for our sick as a panel discussion.
careers be very successful great message from our
and abut 1ns. Our sympathy to Morning worship was led by musical program featuring pastor.

our Sister Edna Culmer in her the pastor One Infant was bap. gospel and spiritual music, will CHRISTIAN BAPTIST I We are praying for our kick

bereavement. tized. The Heroines of Jericho be presented on Friday at 8 P-m- members to have a speedy re.

celebrated their first anniversary at the church, 6129 NW 17th R"ev." Cleo Albury, Jr., pastor covery, _
;;, NEW BETHEL BAPTIST by worshipping with us, to our ave. The public Is isrlted to 1890 NW 47th Terrace .1

1571 N. W. 68th Terr. delight. They made a donationto come out and enjoy an *venin* On Monday night, June 18 at NEW PROVIDENCE M.1B..
the church for 'which we are of good tinging.' 8 o'clock Rev J. D. Green and I
.. Rev. Ernest pastor grateful. Thanks to Jlr,. Mildred congregation of the JerusalemM. We are having a glorious time
Deacon Fred Williams reporterLast
. Rolle for having them come. May B. Church will render ervfc in this revival meetingIt will
Sunday the pastor deliver In the the Lord bless all of you. ST. PAUL A.M.E. CHURCHRev. s at Christian Baptist. You close June 22. Don't mis It. We
ed a wonderful sermon The pastor preached during the are Invited to attend this set will be looking for you.
morning. At night the Rev. E. J. Fayon, pastor
evening on the theme, "Laborers vice and all of our services Soul are being saved. Service
Thomas Taylor preachedThe Together With Christ. Every Mrs. Lee Gray reporter begins 7;15 p.m.
Junior choir will render 3627 SW 27th St.
the Holy
pleased by
one was
the music on Sunday. Sunday marked the closing of
Spirit. No. 1 choir furnished -- ---------
.Please visit the sick and shut- music both morning and evening our third quarterly conference "UyinS for the Living
ins. The public is invited to attend with Mrs. Lillian Ksowle at the and the observance of our Child-

all of our .,e"lc6l.KELLY'S piano. Visitors are always wel. ren's Day. We were blessed with
a double portion of good service,
CHAPELRev. ome. beginning with Sunday School
Let us pray for our sick and
conducted by blip Brenda Jack
Leroy Dell pastor shut-Ins. ion acting a s superintendent. wr II
The Riverstone Gospel singer Presiding Elder F. A. Alien

will appear Jn a soul stirring pro. ZION HILL, M. B. brought us a children's day meg
.elections .
gram of familiar favorite sage every young person should
on Sunday June 17, J p.m. 2445 NW 41th St. have heard. Sunday evening the

I at Kelly's Chapel. 7105 NW 16th Zion Hill takes this time to young people brought us a
ave. The public I Is cordially invited thank our many friends who unique program everyone enjoy.
I to come and bear these worshipped with ns la our Wo. eeL The congregation extend its

singers who are well known In man's Day program held May 27 sympathy to the pastor In t h e

Florida and various other South.. Grand total for the day was passing of Ms brother In Tltusvllle. -
ern States. $1,625,17. Feel welcome to wor.. We will pray with him and -

This program will benefit the ship with us at all times. for him. Our sick member are: Oscar 1. RangelfvneralHome(\
building fond. Special thanks from our chairmen E. Saunders ,Mr Cole, Mrs. Rosa \

The Woman's SocIety of and pastor. Lee Williams, Jackson Hospital M. AthalJe Range, Owner N. Patrick Range Mgr.
extend appreciation Ifrs. O. Richardson wae ebal. J, Burroughs Is home from tbhospital.
Christian Service friends man with Mrs. II. Livingston a* Visit him with a wordof 5727 N.W,17th Avenue
to our cheer and all sick and shut-
CalendarTea co- halrman
who their OX 1-0131
supported Sunday and helpedto Rev. James' Pickttt. pastor in*. Please| worship with us Sun. OX 14343ojne
on last
uccessfal. IlL n. McCleadon, reporter day.
make that effort!



v r r'"
THE FLORIDA vices were held Wednesday at Lin Methodists in
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, coin Memorial Cemetery; \ .

PAc i tv SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1962 DEA THS BYRON BELLAMY, the son of Mi. Annual Session at
Bellamy of 592! ,
"* and Mrs. Douglas .tW ,
''N.W.. 30th Ave., died June 9 at/ "
: Jackson Memorial Hospital. Other BethuneCook 1'
"rCARDS't ) ; relatives include one brother, two
I Range = Detliuue
MEMORIALSCARD sisters; three grandparents Mr. Daytona Beach
; MRS ANNIE MAE GREEN of and Mrs. Freeman Mills, and Mrs Cookman College will be
1345 N.W. 70th St., died June 8 at Beatrice Bellamy. Funeral services be boat to the 92nd session of
Jackson Memorial Hospital. Sheis were held Tuesday in the Range the Florida Annual Conferenceof
survived by a daughter, Mrs. Funeral Home Chapel. Interment .the Methodist Church, June
CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAM Annie Laurie Mapp; a brother, followed in Evergreen Memorial 1217. Dr. Richard V. Moore,

Family of the Late In loving memory of our ,husband George L. Smith; two grandchild Cemetery president of Bethune announces
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mims; a
ren, ,
and father that plans have been completed
son-in-law, Henry Mapp; five great EDGAR SMITH passed in Island
MR. FRED LONGLEY grandchildren, an aunt and severol Grove, Florida on June 6. Hi for the entertainment of the conREV. -

who departed this life June 12, cousins Funeral services will be survivors include a son, Lessie, of .u_.. ... __________
1961 held Friday evening, June 15, 7 615 N.W. 21st Ter. Services were .
Eartha p.m. Bethel AME. Church RevS held Monday in the Range Fu. + fi.j '
Sadly missed A. Cousin, pastor, officiating. neral Home Chapel Father Theo ,, _
Earth's sorrows is heaven's gain Remains will then be sent to Tal- dore Gibson' officiating. Intermentwas

.e rj botton, Georgia for final rites and in Evergreen Cemetery,
"91 Mrs' Louise Longley, wife burial.
Violet Griffith, daughter Francis
Ruby Longley, daughter MRS. ELIZA BELL MOON, of 2112 .. a ., ,
James Longley, son N.W. 61st St., died June 13 at t .h
Asa Longley, son Mercy Hospital. She is survivedby MRS. DAISY LENORA GREEN,
Joyce Barry, grand daughter rer mother, Mrs. Mary Craw of 2480 N.W. 61st St, Apt. 3, diedat <
Ruth Daniels, grand Dght ford; two sisters, Mrs. Willie B. her home on June 6. Funeral
Jane Saunders, sister McKinley and Mrs. Fannie Wynn; services will be held at St. Mary's;
Evelyn Bethel, niece brother, Johnny P. Crawford; a Weslyn Methodist Church on Sat.,
and great grand children brother-law, Royal McKinley; a June 16, at 3 p.m. with Rev. H. V.
sister-in.law, Mrs. Johnny P. Crawford Stuart, pastor, officiating. Remainswill
Remains will be sent to Atlanta lie in repose at Francis Fu
IN MEMORIAMIn Georgia today for final rites neral Home Chapel beginning i 5

Loving Memory of and burial. p.m. on Friday until 7.30: pm.
Friday night. Remains will lie at
-Q--gpra' 'en--.---rN Mr 3IIANNA GELETA WILLIAMS, the home of her mother, Mrs. Edna;
the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Julmer: 1275 N.W. 68th Ter., be.
Johnny Williams, of 6500 N.W. ginning 8 p.m Friday until funeral
18th Ave., died June 10 at her ame Saturday afternoon. Survivors

parents' residence. Graveside ser include her mother, Mrs. Edna Cul ,
MRS. DORIS M. WATKINS mer; Stepfather, Mr. Charles Cul ,
15921 N.W. 18th Ct.! Opalocka, Fla mer; one brother, Mr. Harlie McKenzie -
who departed this life May 15, 1962 IN MEMORIAMIn of New York City; three I S. S. ROBINSON
at the Cloverleaf Hospital sisters, Mrs. Lillian Hines, Mrs. ._
I 1 ,
wishes to express our sincere 'appreciation Loving Memory of Our Bertha McHenry and Mrs Iris 4t" >
to the many friends for Dear Husband and Father' Moore; grandmother, Mrs. Epsie ".
kindnesses donations cards tele f
b M McKenzie. ,
grams and floral pieces during our Y
recent bereavement. Special thanks HUS. MERLENE GRAHAM, of
to members of the American Fcderation 10101 W Indigo St. in Perrine, GA
of Government Employees Jied at Jackson Memorial Hospitalon
Lodge No. 1239, the M. S Allen 44.J June 8 Funeral services will
Funeral Home, Rev. Father L be held at Hurst Chapel A.ME
Wooden, members of the D.A.V, Church in Perrine on Saturday,,
Chapter No. 39, also to the many June 16, at 3 p,m. with Rev. J. B.
friends and neighbors for their. Blake, pastor, officiating. Remainswill
kindnesses. lie in repose at Francis Fu.
.FRITH I. WATKINS, D;' ;. < ARTY neral Home Chapel beginning 7
Husband; pm. on Friday until 5:30: a.m.
,,\ '5 Brothers, Nieces, 2 Uncles, Saturday. Remains will lie at Kerr
2 Aunts, 1 Sister and Memorial A.M.E. Church in Per
,',' Cousins rine beginning 6:30: Saturday morn

MRS. MARGARET A. GIBSON ing until funeral time Saturday

CARD OF THANKS formerly of 1019 N.W. 66th St. afternoon. Survivors include her I.
husband, Mr. Horace Graham, Sr.:
who died June 16
The Family of the Late 1961 and I. 11KV. K. J. SIIErrARDREV.
"Sunset and Evening Star two sons, Horace Graham, Jr.,
Michael AnthonY Young; one
And one clear call for me
: of 147 N.W. 13th St.
tt; daughter, Valdree Ambrister her
takes\ this method of expressing its And may there be no moaning at ;
mother, Mrs. Madlyn Moss; one
the bar
thanks to its friends of California ,
brother, Edenine Johnson; eight
When I put out to sea"
: North Carolina, Georgia, sisters, Mrs. Sarah Butler, Mrs. Ida .i JI
:;Alabama, New York, Pennsylvaniaand THE FAMILY. Bell Delancy, Mrs. Zella Mae Wil t
: Florida, for kindness and son, Mrs. Isodora Robinson, Sylvia I I
'prayers during the illness and pass. IN MEMORIAMIn w tbR Diani, Francis and Evelyn Moss
ing of our dear wife and mother, DOCK BANKS and a host of other relatives andfriends. ,'
and for your presence at Mt. Zion Sad but Loving Memory of who departed this life ,
Primitive Baptist Church in Eustis, Our Dear Father June 11 1961
Fla. Thanks for the many flowers, .... _. 11 Gone but not forgotten., Richardson I
telegrams and condolences on May .
.30)-June 6. Your kindness and sym : and CHILDREN. "
pathy shall never be forgotten. ALPIIONSO BAILEY, of 430 N.W.
Thanks to the Clergy for their IN I MEMORIAM I 9th St., Apt. 14, died on Saturday, '
presence during the funeral. Againwe June 9. He leaves to mourn one < '
say thanks to everyone for rAo In Loving Memory of Our I sister, Mrs. Helen Johnson of Flas- ;
,everything, as space will not al- ti 'g4 Dear Mother, Wife and Daughter burg N. Y.; two brothers Leroy \4j..t.4j.
low to make mention and Phillip of Key West Fla. :
us name by _... .. ; four '
ame. May God bless each of you' r at '" 1 E .r .Wi.1I children, Judy, Ellis, Mirian and
'.' REVS. H. W. and T. W. Brownie, all of Philadelphia, Pat .
(; SAMUELS, Husband and Funeral services will be held Saturday '
Son; ', June 16, at St. James Baptist I JAMES C. MURRAY
'j JUANITA and EDWARD Church at 2 pm. with Rev. John .
f ,SAMUELS, Daughter.in.law Johnson officiating Interment in I
1 and Stepson Evergreen Cemetery.

T 60th St., died at the V. A. Hospital
if In Sad but Loving Remembrance 1 JA in Coral Gables on June 9. He

U of Our, Dear Beloved Father, leaves to mourn a devoted wife
I, Xr' aw Pearlie Mae; five sons, Henry,
Roosevelt, Benny Lee, Eddie Lee
ro and Earnest; an adopted son Booker .1
A T. Stuckey; two daughters, Mrs 1 6
4 Ruby Smith and Mrs. Annie Lee

I' 5t, rl'avw ,.. .nSxr- Paggett. The body was>shipped to
+x."+ -
Y 4 the Dudley Funeral Horne in
:atis JAMES THOMPSON Dublin, Georgia where funeral services M
whose passing occured June 7,196( will be held on Sunday, June.
Sleep on and take your rest; w< 17. I
love you but Jesus loved you best
CLAUDIA T. JASPER, ton, died on June 3. He leaveS to i
i ELOUISE THOMPSON. mourn two aunts Mrs. Erma_ C.
I Ie
F Daughters; Cunningham and Mrs. Lula McAar. REV. J. B. F.
---- -- ------- ----'-'- WILLIAMS
LAWRENCE THOMPSON, CORA MONPOE The body was shipped to the Royal
Son; who died June 17, 1960 Funeral Home in Alliceville, where terence. The local program la
Gone but not forgotten funeral services will be held on scheduled for Tuesday, June 12.
CARD OF THANKSWe LOUISE WHITEHEAD, Sunday, June 17 at 2 p.m. at 8 p.m. In the air conditioned
Gertrude Hotchklsa
Daughter; INFANT REDDEN. Graveside Heyn Memo
services -
the Family of the Late GEORGE MONROE, Jr., Son; were held at the Evergreen rial Chapel. At 9 p.m. a recep.
GEORGE MONROE Husband Ion in honor of Bishop and Mrt
MRS. AMANDA LEE PASBY ; Cemetery for Infant Redden on
who departed this life SARAH JOHNSON, Mother. Wednesday June 13 at 9 a.m. In. for Marquis L. Harris is scheduled
HaU.lRegi.tration .
June 3, 1962 fant Redden is the daughter of Mr.
wish to take this method of ex CARD OF THANKSThe and Mrs. Willie Norman Redden. ( for the conference
pressing our sincere gratitude and begins 1
at p.m. Tuesday, June
I Bereaved Family of the Late
to the neighborsand
U. In the corridor of White Hall.elgates .
friends for all the cards, tele-
PERCY RITCHIE Sr. wishes to express our sincere report to White
grams, floral pieces and other ges Hall for
whp departed this life tures of sympathy shown us in our thanks and appreciation to our WORKS accommodations.
June 15, 1938 hour of sorrow. Our special thanksto many friends and neighbors dur Best upholstery for less
There,will surely be a day when Rev. P. D. Brantley and Greater ing our hour of bereavement. Your We pick up and deliver Meet your friends at the
yop all once more see your loved Israel Bethel P. B. Church, and to thoughtfulness cards, flowers tele SATELLITE. Day timers enjoy
ones who have only gone away. the House of Albert-your kindness grams and other gestures of sympathy Call FR 4-2320 our atmosphere with the coolestair
May you rest in peace. May you will long be remembered. were greatly appreciated. conditioning anywhere Don't
Special thanks again to Range Fu
rest in .
RITCHIE Wife MRS. BERNICE FEWELL and neral Home and Rev Harold Brown lay around the house with noth.
; Save Life trig to do come to the .
PERCY, Jr., FRANKLIN, MRS. OPHELIA DANIELS, for their courteous, kind and ef a -
4 RITCHIE Daughters., Sons; and other Daughters Relatives.; and several ficient service. TIlE FAMILY. Drive Carefully! 6222 NW 7th LOUNGE Ave.


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MASONIC AND Local librarians will be amongthe ceremony of Myrna Ar.
leefca<< Range aDd 'John Rrrol Lee.
3,500 HtbraaJn j surf a Mm. AUullo Mange. v' mother '
the 3,600 librarians, trustees, of the prospective bride? who ispnwenUy
and friends of libraries> who are attending JlfortuAryHclene
expected to attend the American School in Dolton, MAM.\ ;,
NORTON'S RELIGIOUS Library A.r. ocIJ.atlon'8 81st Con. Is Aiuicms to bAWf her many ,
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friends and business aawocl* i
FOR BALE SUPPLIES Miami Beach this ,
I at year '
FOR RENT Ate know Unfit in view of many
1051 N.W. 43rd STREET. ) 442 NW 17th AVE. Presiding over the general iiiAdvertent oversights due to f'i '
OOM Cottages water furnl h.KTd. day a' beauty 2-bedroom .CBQ,, sessions will be Mrs., Florrlnell her absence that they arebeaifc& t ;
110 week. 669 NW 8th St. garage, fire place, hardwood floors,, F. Morton, president of the ALA ly wit-come to attend. j '.-ilf| i
[FR air conditioner. Total $12,000, $400 Near Orchard Villa School and director Library School, The nuptial ceremony will .bo: j J i
7.2902.fe. down $7 .00 month pays all. A. Louisiana State University, Da. conducted SaturdAy, June '80 A*' .(,
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Rental collections; property' 794 N\W.: '45th STREEf.! See today lot, awnings. St. At, lath Atrt. in Liberty City.,, '
management real estate nice 2-bedroom CBS, The couple will ha present at ,a ;
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1 BEDROOM furnished iApt. All Total $12,500, $400 ddwri, $74 Realtor .(X[J $$O doWrt. $70, month pays EUROPE GOINGTO at 10J11: NW BTth St :
month all. Ben-Kori
utilities Downtown area. $18. pays
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furn. duplex. 1367 N.W. 58th Ter. Janitorial $75 month or $20 o

'III 61266. Maintenance Service i. weekly. 1-bedroom furnish .I 4220 NW 11th Avenue :

'$10 PER WEEK. One-bedroom (flinta 1000) ed house ''$60 month, $15 11 Prices just reduced I Show place of the area. $750

house lights. unfurnished Rear 4528 ,N.W free 33rd water Ave.and Complete service. for office, weekly including electric down $73 month. Huge rooms, garage, gorgeou* lot.

III 61266. Factorfe. clinic, home and wajter. ---
FURNISHED house big yard, quiet JlOOK'I8f Floor and waxedOTIS denned, polished 1326 NW 42nd Street
neighborhood. N.W. 55th St. Rea-
sonable. Phone FR 44685. I* SAMPLE Mgr. If are looking to buy a (Spotless and only $10,500, $350 down. Carporte: 2
Phone NE 4-7700 you porches, air-conditioned, built-in kitchen with store
2 BEDROOM apartment; free house see us first. All have
water, 3285 N.W. 46th Street. One 5818 NW 19th Are. good house for sale and refrigerator. What a buy!
week's rent FREE with this ad. Call or write for free estimates! I -o.-f .
Indf with low down payments.Be .

FOR SALE safe, not sorry. Automobile 1025 NW 43rd Street
_______--w_ w
liability insurance financed Colonial style be .uty. A must see! Fla. room garage,

$11,800 ONLY $400 balance down$77, FHA monthly., price A OPENING MONDAY menu.Goodman'a. ai low monthly pay. patio and barbecue.$12,800total.. price. $79 per 'Mo.

lovely ranch home 2 bedrooms, JUNE 18th o
Fla. room carporte, large lot with
Real 4701 NW 10th Avenkie
fruit and shade trees, outdoor gar. Ponder' Day Camp
den and patio. See at-49 N.W. Corner hornet in best locatl n. Near bus and In the
50th St. PL 94058. 6/16. Academyand Estate heart of Manor Park. $400 down buys this. 1 1o

TWO DUPLEXES containing 2 !
Baby Motel -- -
bedrooms each apartment with And Insurance
built-in oven and range. Will sell Phone 635-0403 1475 N.W. 53rd StreetBest

Now for less rented.than Small construction down payment cost. 2968 NW 55th Street 2688 NW 62nd St. deal in town. CBS duplex' 2-bedrooms, one'side,

required. Call III 8-1119 for appointment Open House Sunday 2 stores and 2 refrigerators. $400 down $70 per
10370 and 10380 S.W. June 17th OX 1-0380 month. Lire free. No closing costs.

173rd St., Perrine Florida.A for information -o--".

lot.NEW Can KA BUSINESS for building only 410.500.and. 1112 N.W. 77th Street

Reasonable amount down: balanceon Huge CBS duplex, 2-bedrooms and porch each side.
time. See owner, A. Kelly, Ph.: '
OX 1-0547. HOME FOR SALE Lorely landscaping.. Large rear patio. Many fruit
trees. $700 down and lire rent free. .1
beauty salon. Hydraulic chairs in
good Northwest section. PL 95140. $550 DOWNNo
Sunday and evenings CE 5-6070. closing costs, $83.89 per month. FHA dining NEWSREALTYI

HELP WANTED room, sewing room, porch. garage, carporte, city

HIGH SCHOOL graduates, male water, also pump and well for yard.
female. Apply Tuesday afternoon, 845 N.W. 77th StreetOpen (The Broker That Works For You)
Snackway 5595 N.W. 17th Ave. Saturday Sunday 1 to 5 p.m.
PL 4-0655
4600 NW 7th Ave.
LICENSED Beautician to manage R. M. Brooks, Realtor "*. *. '
hop. Call 6915851.: Also NE 3-3198 MU 1-6031 .. Nights MU 1-7740 Open Sunday)

MOTHER'S helper. Live in. Young
Rl4 $25 00 monthly. FR U905. i -


,<.. _.. IV .,.." ,.,'3<;::111,1;(: ,",.'fIII\, \''''.(,".)''fI'jj "'o/'" ",,\", --....-

president; Steve Marshall Sr.,

School secretary; Paul Roberti,
and J. W. Johnson cording
sixth grade teachers
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1962 commendedfor held, its annual school closing oa treasurer
pupils were highly
field. Many
the well planned affair givenon the parents physical and education friends of the school Mrs. P. O. Primus, Prln.

June 4 In the cafetorlum. A Representation from J. H. Reddiek reporter
reception was given, at 6:30: p.m. every grade In the school participated ,-.- -- ,/ -
wherein both parents of each fo these activities .' .I"

Y: ; fl4tirr. freehments pupils were In attendance.served. Re. On Friday, May 25, the sixth 1 1'/4 1 ACRES

',' ;; were grade presented Its promotional

At 8 p.m. a general programwas 'exercises: in the cafetorlum.

held for the public. An orig Among guests were, Mrs.: Helen PALM BEACH
Inal skit entitled "At This Very Vosloh, a member' of. the School
Moment"' was presented by mem. Board; Miss Marjorie Plummer,
e. bers of the sixth grade class. area supervisor; Mrs. Dottie $375
The skit was beautifully drama Chllliottl, president of Hlaleah.
.rte .r tlzed and clearly depicted t i um. Miami Springs Women's Club.
$10 laws and $10 1IIOIIth.
erous vocations awaiting! the Mrs. Vohloh gave a brief statement $315 full prk.. .It 114 Oran

.........m' .. qualified student.On of encouragement to the tract III him, Such Crusty Ins
them erelies trim MIami. DI..
June 6, Miss Eleanor sixth graders. aunt for larD" ..re.... J n.
ALBERT W. COOKE always a friend In this light he COIIIpI.tt4 hi ro.dswltllill
By Citizenship: Awards were presented nifty Mw
Feinberg, supervisor, Zone 2 and ,.
1000 yards show elo
Jesus "What A Miss Julia St. John,
FORESIGHT OR INSIGHT approaches Dr. Mark MurfJn, professor from by this laM II te proo" SIt It,
Friend We Have In Jeeu. the University of Miami, met chairman of the John Mack Don. wick all It, N In your en sta.Clnr .
Of all the men I have ever old (DAR) and Mrs. Weema, incoming lreuM with IIIt'we' .......
with the faculty and discussedthe
Me LtSraf, as cl.11II costs,
met, there Is none more wise or president of the Hialeah-
nature of a self-&tudy prac. 'M Warranty Dad, lie hldd.echarges
kind than Mr. Foresight. He hasa Mr. George Kllpatrlck a man Club. ,
ticum. Miami Springs Woman's tltl !na".I. Nigher.imtion '
for what he has, but An Elementary School Nock
lot to say about opportunities. known not thlll MiamI or
\ He says that life Is full of them for what he stands for more Guide for faculties, participating Awards were presented to the Miami ashram M1aml INcti

and we run the risk of and better educational facilitiesand grade group served' refreshmentsin following students; Shirley Harris Chamber to" of "If' 1'.CoeewcL,.. Come N M.I.our
losing them when we fall to look opportunities for our child a eelf-study practicum was Junior American Citizenship efflce for full 'Infonotboe. mapsand
ahead. ren. In this way he too approaches given each teacher. The sixth National, Shirley Harris, George ales "Idea or WI can mill
grade group served refreshments InfOl'llll'101I te ,..". If you ", r.,.
Christ. Lawrence Thomas Jerry and M-., back If lilt .. .M SO>>
LOOKNG AHEAD at the end of the meeting. Calvin Gibson. dlY'. U yen .. .jfM

Day by day, hour by hour ETC. ETC. ETC.I and I could The Awards Day program was State: Shirley Harris, Freddie Net Ratner, Realtor
second' by second, getting could go on on. Fields, Thomas Jerry, Calvin
we are
held on June 7 In the catetorlum. M.B. Federal 8ldg.
mention Mr. S. C. Cohen, Mrs.
older. Look around you at all of The entire Family assembled at Gibson, George Lawrence and theJ. tartar LlIICOIn-W..tIblttot
Ida Ratcllffe, along with a dozen
the older peoplecompare W. Johnson JAG Club (31'4)grade )
1:30 .
others. I could mention doctorslike : p.m. to witness our distinguished J 8.5664I
them with one another .
speaker of the day -
J. D. Drown or S. H. John. MiamI BeAch Aorlda
evaluate them The PTA held its ,
now consider your Judge W. R. Culbreath of the banquet on
findings.\ Ask yourself, which of ion. I cou Id mention teachers Juvenile Court,. Judge Culbreath May 20. The affair was held at I
like Haley at BTW or Mr.
thf'se'people looked ahead. In I could gave an interesting and chal. the school In the cafetorium. All
thews North Dade.
light draw of your the evidence own before conclusion.you, mention: at preachers like, Rev, lenging Ing from talk.misbehaving.i1,ways of restrain. officers present.On and many parents were' Drive Carefully!

Which of our senior citizens Is Drown, Rev. Stephens and ElderC May 28 the PTA held Its

most outstanding to you, which B. Rock, Oh, yes, Cousins, To all a pleasant summer. final meeting for the year. Officers I
one, seemingly Is most happy. there are many people to choose Travel Be careful return to for the coming year were Beautiful Home on
Who Are The Healthiest. Who from. Like I said, t could go on school next term. elected: James R. Bowens,
t are the wealthiest. Who has lad on.TILE Your lotComplete

achieved the most. Who are POINT I"

seemingly closest to God? Th's' Look at all the old people Have Lifetime Profession ?bw a
should be a personal thing. Let around you who are suffering. atoJaRly
no one choose or decide for you. Look at all those who must work

Whom would you choose hard. They have an excuse, be.ause .. 'Care-Craft' School/ for Nurse's Aids S "

TAKE YOUR PICK: ? during their youth opportunities
were few. You have no x
Which Is the most
to you: HappIness -meaningful health excuse. Your accomplishments are SUMMER CLASSES NOW FORMING
vision: of
limited enly by your
wealth Fame
Religion, take what future will be. You For Ten
your pick. Oh, you say you want your Course Day or Night Building' SenrlcePLONNINO
You be
college. can
can go to
nil of them together. .
OK. Why happy, healthy. wealthy. FameIs
not? Lots of our senior citizens REGISTER NOW e BUILDING
for the asking. Accept
have all five. yours C FINANCINGYour
not you? You
religion, It Is meaningful to
nro young enough to secure, de. as 1711 W. New Home
velop maintain, gather, you Prepare for tomorrow. By Flagler St. Call FR 97357PEOPLES Your New Homo
plish and accom.1 the way, are- you preparing for
accept. Why not The'
I tomorrow or will you be a wardof
life you live is your own I No Down
society, a burden and a bin.
!!= 2
WHERE TO CHOOSE FROM drance. to your children 1 am
Your choice finished That Is all. DRUG STORE BARBECUE Payment
.. come from
me people around you Please AND LUNCHEONETTE Over Twenty "Yeats of
do not leave Greater Miami. SEE THE SOUTH'SLEADING Construction Experience

MY CHOICE COLORED 402 and 406 N.W. 8th Street FR 4-5874 Guaranteed Satisfaction

Mr. H. l9. S. Reeves Not PSYCHIC READER Drug Store BarBQueFeaturing
what he has, bnt for what he Is 9aaar 7aoaOQRQ
not for what he -CONSULT HER,-- breakfast, lunch
has gathered, but Specializing in prescription
and dinner, Old Bar.becne .
what he hag given. I believe patent mefliclnea and sundries
that If a man '
loves God and
from 5
nerves Him, that man will prosier Open dally 0:80: a.m. la p.m. p.m. PL 1.3604
for God will bleB! him. FrI., Sat to 1:80 jnT Open Fri. A Sat. to :2:80: a.m.
ChM" as his friends call him, Miami
is a God fearing man, and always Satisfaction Guaranteed Free Delivery
has been. He could not help but I b 888 N.E. 79th St .
nr.hleva and accomplish. Unto = = = i: : __ 2= = ::2: &_ & i -

.TTOflWAM Mm.."'-S.seemingly. wmAMA n..... _-the_M windows: M* of' yA x, ... I r .JoII.U. .uu1llJl: r J7\11! !IJ'\mn"l"illi ,il\1il\1.r! 1i7\1I, !;Nt 7\II 1l117! _
were poured out uVt'nell" Blessings 1 -.; 'I' (."tO ....!"_ It 4
to the
that he has extent "- '-=-_______. 4
not had room
to receive them. enough Let her years of experience guide :
and protect you throughout life

as a lighthouse guides the shipsIn DREAMLAND ESTATEScordially
"Rev Theodore Gibson A A storm. For success in business
and love.
man you know not for what he
hasV accomplished DON'T STAY IN TilE RUT. GET
: not for what
he has; but for OUT NOW BY THE HELP OF
what he has gir.em .
I believe that If a mara/ give you to
himself to and for others as Office Hours:
Christ gave himself for others 0 a.m. 0 p.m.
he cannot help but beJcnusfl Thurs, 0 a.m. to

-his 'Father.tie 1S close to God. God Is DAILYSunday 7 p.m. j SEE FOR YOURSELFWhat

Mr. Neal Adams A .

known not for what he has man but 10 a.m. 8 p.m.READING so many of its customers have already seen .

for service rendered toward the

betterment of the Race. A man

can rise no higher than the Race '1.00 UP A $10.00 DOWN$10.00 MONTHLY
we move! together' or not at all.
This man loves God. He loves
23 Yean Experience
others. MADAMHUNTER Wise investment in growing Dade County

Mr. Garth C. Reeves' a man Call 691-5611 and tell us how many in your party

known not for what he has. but Don't Write Call in Person-

for has kindness listened he to has many rendered.sobs from He 1657 N.W. 73rd ST. FREE TRANSPORTATION FREE LUNCHES

both the young and old He is MIAMI, FLA.

-. -. oM Any Saturday or Sunday ,(or any other day convenientto
.., :Ii $ $ $ $ :ti :ti :Ii :Ii :Ii =Ii --

: NEED CASH ? ,you)

,_ .

1st and 2nd Mortgage Loans' toto v Call 691-5611 II I-

{&' Get $1,000, $1,500, $2,000 or more today I

v. WE BUY LOTS AND HOMESCALL toto For Your Appointment to See '"V? I ,

Ronald I. Baron Jj JET 2 4342
t&, Mortgage Broker -M Dreamland Estates 's

220 SUNNY ISLE BLVD. WI jf 3566 I I';

V).'$ $, $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ *) i1.Jiii\1II'JIIOIIOII\'JlllOlllnlll 1IIi11M 1IiJ11i1'l l?'/lll'-lI lV'"

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Boycott Nfnty-five I ,
Return From EuropeMrs.
Effective In SavannahSavannah

11. M. Taylor of Nassau, Bahamas

Ga* The Flr' ;1 gro attendance at the g a tt fl (the former Eula SIsco of R I BROWNSVILLE

week of the Boycott against tab throughout the sgrte i lias betid 1044 NW 60th St.) arrived i in I CORPORATIONWe
: Miami Ofl l Tuesday 6th. Mrs.
Savannah White Sox Baseball
between 600 and 1500 per itJrle.
Taylor t the wife of H. M. Taylor r Finance
Team the current first: place Only 31 Negroes were counted tti Mortgages
, team in the South Atlantic (Sal. the park on Wednesday night Bahamas, a promlbefrt House Of Member of the Bur and sell Iota and home
! ly) League for discriminatory Half of these had free passes and the Assembly and Anything In Real Estate
practices aga'nst Negro fans and the chairman o'f Progressive _
egro players was reported as 96 others were Stadium employees. Liberal Party ,the (Opposition We Also lend money

ercent effective by W. Law, Picket lines showed up at the party in the Bahamas L glsla. Y,4 J. IL HARKLKY

president of the Savannah stadium each night, urging Negroes ture.Mr. 3095 N.W. 52nd St.
AACP, which II spearheading rot to attend White Sox and Mrs Taylor have re. Phones NE 3.3198
the boycott. games until such time as segregated turned from a four-week tour of
The drive tor withold Negro seating facilities are England. Scotland, Ireland Germany 691-5851
patronage from Grayson Stadium, -eliminated toilet facilties are and Sweden. Cities visited indf
home park of the Savannah cleaned up and repaired; Negro were New York, London, Man. ;
White Sox last Sunday after. players and players wives are ac. cheater, :Dfublln, Glasgow, Leeds,
noon when Savannah played hoist corded the same courtesy and Frankfurt, Nassau (In Germany
to the Macon Peacht in a ssrieg. housing accommodations give ), Harburk and Stockholm. : Dugie's Guest HouseThe
for Sally League first place Ne. white players and their wives.
Having only been married In house of clean room

April, this tour came on the Open 24 hours NE 4-3851

BETHUNE GETS heels of a honeymoon. Seeing is Believing

Mr. Taylor for the 'second timein See us for clean room

$10,000 GRANT six: months visited! Europe on Jamaica Dugie, always a
an assignment for his govern. friend
ment, along with the chairmanof King Attends
TLe+ Daytona Beach, Dr. RichardV the Development Board and' 2941 NW 47th St:, Miami

Moore, president' Bethune-! was accompanied this time by I' National NHA MeetAn INDF
Cookman College announced that Mrs Taylor. A calypso band, attractive freshman girl'
Bethune-Cookman College Is one under the direction of Delbon has been selected as one of the
of the private small liberal artsco11eg,8 Johni on, was taken along on the delegate to attend the national
in the State of Floridato tour, by the Development<< Board moedingof tre New Homemakersof
recpive- $10,000 grant from America. The meetings will TrammelMemorial/
the W. K. Kellog Foundation for During their tour Mr. and :Mrs. be held In Boston

if the purpose of purchasing booksto Taylor traveled over 13,000 Josephine Kilns, winner of a
1 r Improve the quality of their mules' and by car, train and five certificate and $5.00 In cash dur. Real Estate SchoolNow
Teacher Preparation Program to different airlines. Mrs. Taylor; big the Annual Awards Day pro.
'nerea the effectiveness of their reports that they accorded I 1 the
11 were gram at May. Is daughter
4i. library services generally Barry warm welcome am greetings of :Mr. and Mrs .Willie King. enrolling for classes
College of Miami was the other everywhere they visited and They live at 1053B NW 146th Dade County's and florid* first
"eclplent. made many new friends.In Terr. RIchmond Heights. lace Heal Estate School Compe.
NHA of kind tent Instructor Added according
is the first one dts
These grant to the Florida Nassau, Germany where at Mays High and already At the to employment need
they took the ah.piec calypso Invest[ In a career for a life time.
"olleges are part of a series in a I close of the year' the organlza.
ban/1, vn official:' welcome was Call 7B0.5221 for information3TC -
"1A lon.wM* three years pro I Ion la participates In the
ram during which total of plvea when the Burgomaster| national meeting. 54246 evening
Paul Schnieder (Taylor In Eng Mrs Ora D. Taylor, President
60ft.OOO will be given by the The theme for the meeting
Mips Betty Jean otindit'on' tn approximately lish) expressed( pleasure in mak. that Josephine '1,' attending i Is 4208 N.W. 7th Aye

daughter of Mr. and Mrs.MCQuay,1 I '50 of the' Nation's liberal arts Ing contact with Its sister city. "Quldo Poet!' for Progress" MIami Fla.

Munlln of 2131 NW 63rd St., re. "IJpR'6" JinHltiitiong considered'or Nassau Bahamas .He also hoped Josephine U an active memberIn Licensed by Florida[ Real Estate
reived her bachelor of science the grants were those which that since the two cities! were the .following organizations. TomniiMlon. Our motto: Training
degree In 'pharmacy on June 1. iav4 regional 1 accreditation, well nmed" after the same King of The National Honor Society the for immediate and future ear
She completed her pharmacy education >rg nitzed teacher education pro. England (William of Orange) Science Team and Junior Heart rice. Rush your application In
at Xavier University, 'nms and real need" / for flnan. who came from Nassau, Germany Adsortlatlon Girl Scouts of peI' OII.
New Orleans.On "11 ft'slstnre' to Imnrove theIr that friendly and cordial America, and the Red Cross. She or by telephone
''''rarlel!. The Foundation fundsire relations would be continued la vice pres'dVnt of the Mays "Be a First"
June 7 Miss :McQuay took to be lined for the Herr Schneider also noted that Chapter of NHA.
and successfully passed the purpose after three hundred
*>f books only years historyof Josephine Is scheduled to
Loulana State Board and be. the two cities, that it took I leave Sunday for her meeting UYIl"I" ,
came a registered pharmacist.Miss two Taylors to establish the re "
Miss Hierirs: ReturnsYom latlor'ahlp.
McQuay Is a 1958 grad. ANGELES
rat of Northwestern Senior At the end of the welcoming
High School. Hawaii ceremonies the band gave an ira. VFW Post 6693 will sponsorIts LONDON CHICAGO

romptu exhibition and Miss Al.a fourth boat rid e this Saturday
2 HOWARD GRADSAmong t.1'lr. arm1 H'*** of 1S i2 NW Oliver, the dancer who aocompaled June J 6. Again'' thils affair prom
7th fit end IHtha Woken' of the band! gave a per. 'ses to bit an outstanding evenIng .

Howard University recent, graduates from Miami at *?00 NW 29th av'., returned rs.ntlv 'ormaMpe of her dancing quail. of enjoyment. for both teenagers .
and adults.Reminders
"<"* from i"n emended vacation' tip.
wore Herman W. Dorsett, 3295 : Boat, ss Dreamboat .
NW 43rd Terrace and Charles F. "rlo.. which' took' them" to num. Before leaving the Burgomaster Departure: Foot of Flagler
r of "tprpsf'nq' poM and
Johnson, 3100 NW 49th St. "''flfPII. The mnwp* attended the (mayor) gave Mrs. Tay. St., east of Biscayne Blvd, at 8
nor a bunch of roaes from himself p.m. Please be on time
Convention of the American and :the people Naj be
of *auiOer. Added attraction pleas
The Star, and Stripes vnrws" As,K'at1on which met' at many and' a bunch to Mta Oil. sure that your name .is on the
etrot nit whth
t was
Then very ver for her outstanding perfor. bade of )'(fur ticket stub so y o u
relv attended. also visit.
ExtolledYou mance. will be eligible; receive the
; to
I.M several, cities! in California! a*
are all the flags In 'I' well as Honolulu, Jraw,," Both 'It was a delightful trip, Mrs. surprise gift that will b* given
.f the nurae expressed them. Taylor said, "I'm glad to be away.
The most beautiful under the gun Oliver Maycock, chairman of
I. :
back fn Miami for
rc1yea a few I
having had days.
M a most
You represent men of every race wonderful vacation. will I be. returlnr home early next this affair. reminds all that the 1ntcrc8dngAccurate
Around' the world from every week rapacity of the boat Is only 290.
and settling down with
place. Nurse MMflrens! Is a charge husband in my There are some tickets available
nttpn at JflVw, Memorial no,. Nassau now.

The nations near and those afar 'tal.. and Nurse' Hlggs: Is with Your purchase donation can
Look to you as. their guiding .h a County'! Public Health De. hi accepted by any member of Completer
star : nurtment. SEE THE WORLD'S VFW Post 5603 or at the boat

On land and on the whips at sea, GREAT SPIRITUALAND on a first come first served baslf. r ,.
You represent the brave sad the_ Fine ArtsConservatory PSYCHIC READER Pronto from this affair will go Ostneaodeael .ws CevsrctHts .
free. toward payment on the property -------------
," iTJ BISHOP HUNTER recently purchased by tris post ChrMtai Mm MonttwCM

AU free men know your worth for a post home and your center Nrnwy It, iwton IJ, MOM.Soi4 .
It has freedom that gave you If you are nick' or worried, don't for the children of Opa-locka.
full to we me 'oda Office hours for the fIrM
ywr Mwtpopw
birth. It Js not too lute to register ....,
I.IW, ardoosd find dock fit
Your every flutter In the air, pour child for nfano and dance tally 1 p.m. tn 0 p.m. Thursday Visit the rrrt
new udar. Q I $u.
t to 0 Sunday earlr year
Flutters freedom everywhere.You **.Mons st the Fine Arts Conner. p.m. p.m. It a.m.
a.ataadlrs $11 D' mantes "!d0'r
"forr.. The registration. date InUondar '14 8 I..m.nEADINGH.
represent man's greatest June 18 between the AND PACKAGE STORE
goal hour of 10 a.m. and 1 rj.ro. ... HelMe
You represent hIs' peace of soul: This unusual non.prof't' schoolof i1o0ap 1454 N.W. 7th Are.

You represent all that is grand music dance, art and drama Popular Prices Always --
Man's freedom thruout the land hM served a need In the com.munitv llonnle and Arthur, your boats ,
for qualltr Instruction tonil ,....
WIT! 8W 17 filL Open. dally 7 a.m. to 1 a.m. _.. GI ZII -
Free men love the stare of you; since Its establishment' 11 ,
Free men love the stripes of you: na WEST % Sunday 1 to 7 p.m.
They love your red white and For Information for these sum. r ... 1 > .....
blue. mer classes call FR 4-7053 or fiOLLYWOODi
And will make any sacrifice for v'slt the school at $15 NW nit

Free hl you.men gh will always bold youTher I.,I treet -FLA. PROP HUNTER....'.;,1 II Vif" i iiiiur ON YOUR LOT II I

Straight will up answer towards your the every sky-call IAIKLEY'S CUT-RATE STOREThe NO CASH REQUIRED r

And see that you will never fall. Fr4-ndl. Store With Th. Warm Welcome 20 different plans to choose from

Robert 1717 NW Hushes 5th Are.Bennett 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4.2376 ALSO LARGE BEDROOM HOMES FOR SALEIN



Register Monday! Deluxe Nadlnola 1.00 Tton't Polaroid forget and your nidnre films rolls 1 and 2 bedroom apts. for rent

June 18-10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tncrnse, Candies, Ainm Tranirall 1.011 IN CARVER RANCHESFor
Po.Ke.No Sets Hair floods and RlbboniBlmrh
information call .
For Summer Classes in and Glow fitntlghtcnlnff Comb 70,
Cream 75, combs 7t| JOE BURTON 4221 Hallandale Bird1.
Dance and Piano
A Variety of Cards for all Occasions ,
Fine Arts FR 4-7053 Hollywood Fla Near Carver Ranches
Gifts of all deselections. Use our layaway
of Home Federal Bank'
just east
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Alphas CloseScholarship "Beginning of a
PAGE 16 1962
Fund Dream Come True"
., Beta Beta Lambda Chapter of Bethlehem, Grand Chapter OES McGHANEY 4th Annual TeaThe
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity officially Florida Jurisdiction (PHA)
COUNTY ; closed a very successful Mrs C. D. Nelson Daniels G. SPEAKSI Buncha Park Social Club
scholarship fund contest' on W. M., Is asking the Masonic ,'" sponsoring its 4th annual Tea
Tuesday, June 12 ;at the luxurious family and friends, to meet at experience this Father's Day, June 11 at
Le Rendezvous Room of Echo Lake Pomona Park am continuing my .
NEWS the at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William
; the Hampton House. An exciting 1C miles south of Palatka and about real life and so-called talk Zeigler, 1496 Flllmore St.
; 'LI evening: of dining, daac. six miles north of Crescent City. friends First, I am going to in Richmond Heights. Their
r- ,',,.\ Ing and entertainment was afforded When June 16, 1962, Purpocec about things that I have done, guest speaker wJll be Mrs. Verdla
I I 11yWAIIIER BOWD all members of Alpha, TO break ground of our future and next, I'm goUng Miami to tell the of C. Reid, member of the facultyof
their guest and above all, the OES Camp and Retreat and to readers of the Times R. R. Moton Elementary
j I, lovely contestants. hare a day of fun and play to. things and persona for whom 'School, Perrlne
The South reward Post No. gether. (Remember the family I've done them.
195 VFW will meet Sunday, During the course of the evening that prays and plays together, like There will be songs and music
June 17, from 6 to 8 p.m. All the beautiful and vivacious stays together,) my Some.saying of you and are a lot going of you to are i by other guest. All clubs and or.
members are asked to be present. What to bring: not going to like them. ganllzationg are Invited.
1. A basket of food Mrs. Zela Mao Zeigler, Sect

Star Light Lodge 542 meets 2. An umbrella However, I am stUll going to
Friday, June 15, 8 pm. at the I 3. A blanket or a collapsable write all about, nothing. but the
Masonic Temple on Pembroke cha.lr'or both. truth. dom. It really gllves! : anyone that
'. 14 Come in casual wear or play tried to do the rlght thing a
Road clothes ,I was talking with a neigh. thrill to talk'to,good people. For
MUss! Sandra Cooper; daughterof 5. Aa much of your pledge bor recently He gave me sometimes they are 'very few,
Mm Winifred Cooper, is a you have It. something to think about. 'H. that try to be good. ,More. next
graduate of Northwestern High 6. A suggestive name for our told me he was like an old wag. week. -:
School. Freddie Kennibrow also camp. (The person or persons on wheel, and, may ,be wobbly
t y graduated from the ,same school. ,bringing the name that is accept, and shaky but he will wobble Thank -
Both of them live at West Holly ed will be given a prize.) and shake Ma way to the Klng- R. J. McOhaueyIV
wood. J: ,am suggesting Matron that
Miss Alfreda. Potter was crown you get with your chapter mem.
The Bowe'a Modernistic Barr ed "Mljss Alpha of 1962." The bers and charter a bus for the AKE OFFER
ber'Shop"',has had 'some altera. 'ovely queen's gift from the fra. day There will be signs after
tion the last ,two weeks and has tfirnlltv.." In n. trip 4r Nassau War yQu reach the city limits of Po. BARGAIN! SAVE MONEY!
air--condition for' the Bummer two attendants are Miss Marie mona Park guiding you to the
Two new barbers have been Floyd (second prize) and Miss lake Those persons coming Owner at 1440 NW 59th Street
added John Wilson and Mr. Joy C. Bryon (third). south of Pomona Park will turnat
their left at a Day Service OPEN SUNDAY 3.3 P.M.
both of Opa locka.
Miss Floyd's gift Is a War Station after reaching the city 2161 INW 59th Street 3.bedkoom'
Bond and Miss Bryon'ia is a movie
1 I
m Its. Those
Greater St. Luke's, Primitive camera. Each contestant! also ing north of Pomona persons Park com will 2 BATHS, FLORIDA ROOM
Baptist Church'of West Holly received a beautiful engraved turn their right at 813 NW 57th Street Duplex
at a Bay
will hold Ms first Wo.man's
wood Parker pen. Service Build order. For sale Lot
Station after reaching to 75 x 100, 91,050
Day program on' Sunday, the city limits. The Grand W. P.,
The Brothers of Beta Beta
June The 17 speaker, for the morning Lambda chapter wish to express Rev. T. A. Rolle and GAM Viola S. Baron JE 8-1340 JE 2-4343

Mil be-. Mrs. L. T. Brantley, the sincere appreciation and gratitude Hill, publicity committee; Mrs.
i evening speaker, Mrs.. Vann Wil to the many friends who C. B. Nelson Daniels, G. W. M. ,
; hams The public la invited t assisted, In BO many ways.
these services. Airs. it. King, illt. ..1
chairman! ; 'Rev, ,E.. King, pastor. -
>Thls opportunity might change
Bethlehem Grand Chapter, your life. Free to all. Send your [Johnny .
DCS Florida Jurisdiction (PHA) personal problems with a self ad
Mrs. C. B. Nelson Daniels, Grand, dressed envelope at once. Include I I.t V
Worthy Matron; T. A. ,Rolle, a $1 donation for Dr King's NGeloQ
Grand Worthy Patron, will !go to BJessed: ) Incense., a Holy Cross '
Pomona Park on: June 16' to a*d our Bible verse, weekly read. HEARTS LUB
break ground for" the, 'future ings., Send to:
OES Camp and Retreat and to
have a day of fun and play to.. 1: CRITERIA OF CHRIST l"M 6000 N.W. 7th Avenue i
gether. | > P.O. Box 654, Unwood Sta. I
(See story >elsewhere! In thisissue. .
.)| Detroit, ,Michigan Presents. I |
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Open House Sat. & Sun. I I THE i BIG SHOWSTARRING '

Drive by these homes or call ual and we will come to\{\ .

pick you up to see these homes. We will help yeu

with the financing. j;

..4. 0 SAM and DAVE ,

1-2997 INiWl 64th Street $200 down

Nice, clean 2-bedlroom home ,with :;Florida room.
Move right in. We have1 the key. ROLLETTE RECORDING ARTISTS. ,

2-2120 NW 50th Street* $250 down

Real large, 4-bedrooiri !house with the extra lot.

Good, for rooming house, or families.' Hammond
'His Organ
3-1757 NW 47th "Terrace '$995 down SAM' 'EARL' ; ;. "

Nice, clean; CBS duplex.. Live rent free. t BaiiB/; T '

4-1426 NW 46th !Street-Brand New Duplexes

1436 NW 46th St.'Real nice and large $1,500 Dn. I .
5-1947 NW'48th 'Street; $495 down THE NEW. .
See this duplex -; Live rent free

6-1134 NW 50th St,
$350 down for ,this bedroom house. MONA LISA V "
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7-836 NW 49th, Street\, :p: $500 down "' "

No qalifying. Move right, in this 2-bedroom home ., ',
8-730 NW 75th Street' ,$995 down f EMCEE"e

Nice, clean home ,with an .extra ,income. Com.* ., '
pletely1 furnished. Move right in. Has 2 extra, <<\'.
apartments. .. _. ,* "ra'r *' "'... S
9-900 NW 43rdy Street $750 down

See this.brand'new' 3-bedroom home. Move rightin. '

...A ,beauty. COMING JUNE 23, 24

10-819 NW 45th Street $450 down

2-bedroom CBS home. Large lot. Florida room,

carpets and drapes. SOLOMON BURKE

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have over 400 others Advance Tickets, $1.25 Now on Sale
We Saturday and 'Sundays/:too"h
open < TV Make Reservations PL 8-2339
i i IIIIII V ,early -
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5 .,ACRES) OF 1M i Wf 'V .
795. '
$1.00 DOWN $10.00 MONTHLY Every. Wednesday Amateur Show
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Ford Realty, Inc. Saturday< Sunday Admission 50c II II:1

569 N.W. 54th Street PL 7-2559 ,.'

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