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 23, 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: UF00028321:00322

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Ike Vaughn Grabs Lead In Charter Dr. King Dispute Named In Ne vtitir, lied, Live r 1'\\

Immauculate 12 ContestJessie Bureau A dispatch of Knight from the Newspapers Washington, OoF ate U Campus I,I -'..:

Inc. states that the Rev. Martin 1
Luther King made at least one TALLAHASSEE-Florida State school science. I'', .
. Nash Zed; Nat Vaughn 3rd telephone call to the chairman of University admitted its first Negroes The University: of Florida ha* ,

Isaac Vaughn picked up a whopping .Island, outside Brunswick, .Ga.. the Federal Home Loan Bank when it enrolled 12 for had Negroes enrolled in its grade "
Board in an effort to get a savings '
a special postgraduate summer ate schools for several years and'the
231 votes during the week to .
and loan charter for the Franklin
Austin Burke: the colossal course. University of South Florida
vault into the lead in the Immaculate
Dozen Contest to name the 12 clothier from Miami Beach, has Savings Miami. and Loan Association of The Negroes, ranging in '''age near Tampa has enrolled a limited
best-dressed men in Miami. been engaged to emcee the program from 23 to 46, are living togetherin number of Negroes. I
This week's voting was the heaviest that will also feature dancing The Roosevelt Savings and Loan a campus dormitory and are Records of the Southern School
yet. Police Sergeant Jessie and a floor show. Man-about. Association, another local group, I part of a group of 75 teachers from News showed that FSU was the
Nash garnered 209 Votes to move town Dave Bondu is )in charge of applied for a charter, but was refused i Broward County studying new me 138th public college out of 234 in \
into second place over dapper Nat: arrangements for the affair. by the board. thods in teaching junior high the south to admit Negroes \ ,
Vaughn who has held the lead: .(
since the second week of the con The board is alleged to have
test. I granted a charter to the Franklin
group after it had turned down the
petition of the Roosevelt group,'
which U asking that the charter
t grant 'be revoked.In .

tF ri ; ''Denver, Colorado, Dr. King
said he had talked to Board

, 4 Chairman Joseph P. McMurray on t d
t behalf of the Franklin group. He I
; + said that six members of them, including
.. the Rev. Edward T. Gra
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ham and Attorney Henry Arrington -
Jessie Nash' had visited him in his Atlanta I
r home.
Here are the standings: 1 I
.THE IMMACULATE DOZEN McMurray is reported to refuseto ,I
Ike Vaughn 1. Isaac Vaughn .,...,...>..;345 confirm or deny that he discussed
Police Officer Prince Farrington Sgt. Jessie Nash ...,......,..322; the case with King.
with 256 votes is in fourth place 3. Nat Vaughn ..._,?,-__...._.268 The Roosevelt group attorneys
behind Nat Vaughn's 268. Robert 4. Prince Farrington .........256
G. Lee is next with 237, 5. Robert G. Lee ...,-..,.,..237; contend that King's action would '
No More Postcards 6. Julius Simmons -,..._._133 I,invalidate the whole proceeding. j 1 sM1
7. David Dobbs ..?,_.......j......, 93, I j
During the last week of the con; 8. Nick ThomatB ." -i ,, \1 ..,&
.. test only the,official ballot. pub Robert Vacklon 'N: eta u., nil l-'K ad Liken } A.,
lished in this paper. will be count 10 Ste" McElmurray _........:... ''71, rI
ed. These ballots count for two 11. Henry Arringtoni 69 Gable SnapsA r -t r
votes and can be mailed, in an 12. Clyde Killens -.........-. 66 I RECEIVES PARENTS AWARDThe
envelope or glued to a postcard. 13. Dr. Chapman ............ 65
All votes must be postmarked no 14. Dr. Shirley __...,----...4 57 37-year-old man died in Jal'lc.I: I Parents Award was presented posthumously to 1
later than June 30. 15. Rev. Graham _.....*...?..+ 55:' son Memorial Hospital Monday I Mr and Mrs Thomas Sutton Sr., by the Booker T Wash
Plans are shaping up fine for 16. Robert Paul Young _<......4 47 night of injuries he received whena Alumni Association in BTW's Auditorium June
I ington
the big Victory Party at the Hampton 17. Ernest Hayes .... 30 construction cable snapped and
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House Wednesday, July 4th 18. Carl Williams ___?,.-.._.4 24 knocked him down last Wednesday 5. Their five children pictured above are all graduates ,of .
when the winners will be an ID. Albert Smith ____-...:....., 18 The victim, Charles Rodgers, of BTW High. From left to right: Carl E. Sutton, Bcthune-
nounced. Additional prizes are 20. Roy Porter .....,... 17
---- 1418 N.E. 14th Ave., was employedby Cookman Mrs. Bessie J, Dennis Clark College Thomas
still coming in, the latest being an 21. Leo Armbrister -____.._..-, 17 Concrete Structures Inc. of ; ;
expense paid weekend at the fabulous 22. Dr. Ben Atkinson _......, 14 12825 North Miami Ave, Sutton, Morehou.se ; Mrs.. Betty J. Smiley, FAMU, and
I I Dolphin Motel resort at Jekyll 23. Sammie Wright .__.-.,?.; 10 William R. Sutton, Morchouse. I ,

__ ____& CORE National Convention
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Opens Here Thursday '

: Harry Golden Speaks ,at Public Meeting ., : ,i'fJt',! ,' I

The national convention of the A. D. Moore, head of the local {
I Congress of Racial Equality I CORE chapter and national tree ,

I I V r t S M I f M t (CORE) will be held Thursday, charge surer of of the arrangements.organization, Is in I
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7n I June 28 thru Sunday, July 1 at I -- -- V ,
r ra'i1 Bayfront Park 'Auditorium, 490
Biscayne Boulevard.

Delegates from all over the
R11VUr country will gather here to take *
part in professionally conducted

,,,,., y r + r r r v i ti A I+4i dc workshops on employment, school
"grtgatfon"houllnt, voter registration
and public accommodations
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The big public meeting will be

._ _.._ held Friday night at eight o'clock
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when famous author and lecturer
Miami Links spotlighted "Gifted I Harry Golden will be the principal M Ar
. and Academically Talented : speaker. At this time the much- r 4
youthof fiverRer Baal Kelps discussed "Freedom Riders" film ( ,
Dade Junior
I County and Senior will be shown to the audience
Htrh Schools recent!?. at Northwestern
Senior High School Audi Robert Hayes, 10-year-old FloridA Dt. Martin Luther King head of
tnrium. Talent galore'Is, shown in A M. speedster If competingIn the Southern Christian Leadership
the above photo. These students the National AAU, track meet Conference/and dynamic integration -
were awarded certificates of merit this leader, will be the featured
for their excellence In the areas of Friday and Saturday, thanks speaker at a luncheon at the Hampton
Art. Music. Dance Speech and to the financial contributions of House Saturday afternoon, V f fs
Drama. Mathematics Sees, Gov. Farris Bryant and others.A June 30.

Literature Creative., Writing. and sophomore from Jacksonville, The social highlight of the con. s ,
/ vention will be public Dance for
Hayes left on Tuesday for Walnut; a
Links Ken of Merit/v roe Freedom at tie auditorium Saturday
presented Calif. with his coach. PeteGrif Beautician Of
the ValmlictorlaM and Salutatorians fin. night from 10 until 2 ajn.
I of IP- Wishintan. ,-
Northwestern.s&- W Carver Hayes. who has tied the world The Year ?
Mays and North* Dade High f< 100-yard)( dash record of 9.2 seconds from Tallahassee and Tampa anda ,
Schools. / could not attend the NAAU $100 check from the F1'orlda
L. P. Beauticians Unit
No. UIs
meet last week. Athletic Director AAU.
This 'program fs the culminationof Jake Caliber was told last Tuesday fponsorln Mrs. :Elizabeth Cea-
our "Link:,,In the National Chainof of persons who wished to contribute Hayes plans to enter only the sor, u Beautician of the Year
The Links Incorporated" whose to trip, but it was 100 yard ash. Should he finish in against Units No. 7, 12 and 49.
national project' Is "Dbcovenr and too late to enter the main event.It one of the three first positions he Beautician of the Year will
Guidance: .Academically Talented will represent the United States in b& crowned at the Coronatoln.
LPHA". I and Gtfted'Mlnority Youth" In the Is estimated thafcor. Bryant a dual meet with a Russian all- Ball to be ,held JuVj15 at 0
"MISS Junior and Senior High Schools contributed approximately $550. star team at Stanford University pin until 1 pm. at the Ttarta,.,

Alfred Pojtler (Story page 4) 1 l I throughout"""f .America. .. Other contributions were made July 2122. Room .-_ "_ -.--:"

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New York Masons Give
With Twin Parties

Testimonial To Honor iMr. and Mrs. Charles Knowlesof
LeJal Defense
1925 NW 67th St., were pleas- $1.250 To !

antly su.ttr1sedri1b a birthday ...
party liven in their honor Mon- INEW
day( night at their home by a ( YORK The NAACP -
Two Pioneer Citizens numbed of relatives who had Legal: Defense Fund received
recently arrived In Miami from $1250; in contribution tram the See Miami'sJapanese
Nassau. Mrs. Knowles' birthdayfell Prince Hall and Royal Arch Ma
"'." on June 18 and Mr. Knowles' sons state wide dinner. GardenA
will come on June 28. The contributions from the

Rendering the special gestureto two Mason organizations (were visit to Miami's Japanese Gat1.
the Knowles were Mr. and received toty Jack Greenberg dl- den on Watson Island Is of more
Mrs. Oswald Isaacs, Mr. and Mrs. frector-coun/Wel/ of the Defense interest now that a free self.gUidfcd
Everette McKenzie and Mr. and Fund. Mr. Greenberg accepted a tour brochure is being issued
Mrs. Vincent Summons: all niecesof plaque whidb( eulogized the ser- In addition to aiding visitors to
Mrs. KnqNles. v.:ce of his predecessor, Tfturgood their self.guided tour the brochure
Among guests present were Marshall to the cause of civic also tells of the significance arid
Miss Doris McGregor, Mrs. rights. Presenting gttt of symbols contained in the Various
Bert Starr, Miss Peggy Pratt, $1,000 from the Prince Hall F. entities in which attracts .
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur; Dorsett, Mr. and A. M Masons were Alton L. more thehtarden.o tourists
and Mrs. A. Wallace, Mr. and I Haywood Sr., John J. Nok& and and residents each Week.

f Mrs. George Stirrup, Mr. and I Richard H. Stitt, grand secretary, Another new feature Is a guest
I 19 t Mrs. .Leonard Ashe, Mr. and Mrs. I grand treasurer and grand master book located by the ceremonial
James Curry and Mr. George respectively $250 was present. teahouse which visitors are requested
Carlton Richards, a brother of by Moyland Turner Fred A. to sigat.Medicines
Mr. Knaves. I Jackson and (Thomas H. bole.
officials) of the Royal Arch Ma-
eons of New York.
PTA Workshop at dispensed at

Service waiting at cast

: r. t } t 9ni v.M Bethune July 8.11 JOHNSON'S AUTOTune Blood, Urine tests fOr health

and marriage

1 .c1 .. O. L. Osgood, president, Fla. ups, trututnUsion, DR. LONG'S CLINICA
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MRS. MARY BLACK MRS. ANN COLEMANthe Congrress of Parents and Teaoh. motors and road service Central Health Servlc
ers annocnced the annual Work- 4924 S.W. 17th St. .
The Second Supreme Chapter first schools here in 1914. She shop to be held ,at Berthune- Pembroke Road Non.surgical. treatment of Rupture
T"fo." 4, Order of Eastern Star of the retired from kindergarten school Cookman College, Daytona. ( ) Rectal Istll.t, VaritMe
International Free and Accepted work in 1959. Beach, July 811.Registration West Hollywood, Fla Veins, Prostate, Arthrltli, R.-
Modern Masons Inc., will sponsora Mrs. Coleman is an ardent civic will begin Sunday Days YU 3.6664 duclng.
Testimonial Tea in honor of worker and served for many years July 8, at 2 p.m. A !banquet will 1645 N.W. tat Street
Mrs Mary Taylor Black and Mrs. of the FriendshipGaren ,
YU 9-0492
be 'held Sunday night with an Nights Parking In rear.
Annie M. Coleman Sunday, June Club.
outstanding speaker the
24 from 3 to 5 pm. at Mt. Zion Mrs. Mary Linda Arline is keynote address. JnnSO FR 3-2748 Ret. HI 8.0194

Baptist Church, N.W. 3rd Ave. and Worthy Matron of the Second Supreme Mrs. Minnie Fields, state department
.9th St.Mrs. Chapter, O.E.S., and Mrs. -
Tallahassee and JamesE.
Black is a pioneer Miami Adgroe Bradshaw is Chairman of .
Huger, assistant to the presi
Committee. The is invited.
:resident having established one of dent will conduct he workshop .

pensions. Z.
Love and CharityTo Woflkshois twill be divided into -
:Ford Gives $238,000
two phases: 1. Program Plan-
Observe 62nd n'ng and 2, Reorganization.

Grant to AfricaThe ConclaveThe A seminar on Pre School will
be conducted by Mrs. Watson,
Ford Foundation this week General Grand Accepted state PreSchool ahairman.
'announced a cooperative! program Order of Brothers and Sisters of Mr. Osgood announced that the A
iwith 34 American law Love and Charity is observing62nd State Board of Managers will
professors and five young Ameri Grand Lodge, June 25, 26, meet Monday July 9 at 7 p.m. In
can law graduates will serve on 27. The opening program will be the Conference Room Bethune-
the faculty of African law Monday, June 25, 8 pm. at St. Cpokman' College. All members
schools for two-year periods. James Baptist Church, 311 NW of the executive board, state committee -
14th St., Rev. J. L. Johnson, :' chairman:, district county
The Foundation also announced pastor. A spicy program will 'foe council and local ,unit presidents FREE DELIYERY DRUG
initial grants in Hondurasand rendered. All members of the are requested to be present to assist -
Mexico, bringing to 36 i the various Tabernacles are asked to irt planning for the future of
number of developing countriesin be i resent. this organization. I
which assistance has been The opening session will be .
given including: eight in Americaand Tuesday morning, 9 o'clock at the I
tre Caribean area. The Foun- Love and Charity Hall, 1101 NW I
dation granted $225,000 for a 3rd ave. All Grand Lodge officers For The Finest Apartments at Moderate RatesCallBONDED
pilot 'proect to improve primary and delegates are asked to
education in the slum areas of be on time. This is one of the
Rio de Janeiro most outstanding. sessions to be
heM !u Miami.
The to strengthen
program Sister Ethel T. Johnson
level education in Africa! Js designed Gen-
eral Chairlady.; Bro. A. .y. Bais-
to meet one of the pres-' _
den BGWS, Sister Ellen, Taylor,
sins! needs 'of the continents 't
grand secretary.
newlv ind;dent countries ac- _
crrd'ng! to F. Champion Ward, y
director of the Foundation's pro- RENTAL
gram in Africa and the N ear !
East. 11/4 ACRES __


$1,055.74 TOCOLLEGE 375 ,

FUNDNorth ITG down eM Ito IftOIIItI. Only
collection and rental
WI full prle,. 1'1' 1\4 len The largest
tract h fib" Such County Ins
Dade $105.00 HIM N mllM trim Mliml. Dlt.
Brownsville Jr. High 104.00 count for Urgtr lrtill. 1 s. n agency in the South; operating in
Wflt" compl.... teri roods
Northwestern High 101.03 within 1000 yards show hew tloi
Mays High 73.75 tllil land H l s KOgrMi. to ft, 1 Dade and Broward Counties. .
ytlk M tt, H In your awn cir. V .
Booker T. Washington 60.00 Our ground with Mtlv |r.,,". I '.' .
Orchard Villa Eon. 72.00 Ne bttwf. M tiding' MM, Negro Housing .
fri* WwrMty 04. M Mdd. area.
Carver Elementally 46.50 ehuw M. trio "wlblt.( Nlgh rtM L
,.., ( hM Miami |,Kh tr
Dade County Jr. College 38.00 MIMII. K rrMtn Miami lath
Carver High 37.00 0Itmbtr .. -C 5 M.I.of Owner .
lard UMltort! Cwn to turffk ,..
Dorsey Jr. High 34.20 for Nil "Msr+natlsn'. mp
West Homestead Elem. 29.00 end color tlUn w wo un mall MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
J. W. Johnson Elem. 2400J hiforiMtloN t. pow If you ,m" .
Monty lads If Mt MthfM h 30dap.
R. E. Lee Elem. 19.00 U rMra ta Mj. 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
Pare Villa Elem. 18.75

Frank Goulds C.Elementary Martin 10.00 5.00 Nat M.B.Ratner Federal, Realtor Bldg. Bonded also has FREE employment service for

Floral Conor Lhcoto-WtthlDftM"
Heights Elem. 5.00

Douglas Elemnetary 89.98 JE 8-5664 Bonded's Tenants, at main office, 4150 'NW 7th Ave. ': .
Liberty Chip Elem. 158.50 Miami Beach Florida ;

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1103 N.W. 8M AVK.WB ...?... Fit 8.8410 171125: IIOMKHTKAD AVB. *
DADE COUMTTS BEST DRESSED MEN a N.W. 2nd ST. .._..?... OX 1-4489 IVlTt. ,..._ CK 5.85M

3801 GRAND AVIS. ........... III 5-IMI a 1010 N.W. Gila ST.
I VOTE FOR 1 Ft. UtHUrdalff _. t\ &.88 n
4240 N.W. 8Tth AYR ,...... NW 584M .
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2000 N.W. 78th 8T. ............ ft 8.087 1'01"0'B 8.828 3

Signed _.. ..... MOM N.W. end A\K
fiOOO N.W. 8rtl art _........ m 1-ftOM O Lock MU 80017
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faD to DAT Bondu care Mann Time, 0740 NW 18th AT*.
4150 N.W. 7th Ave.
Contest Close Jon 30 : PL

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For End Of Bias At CapeCOCOAThis

Students Get Bus TicketsStudents
branch NAACP ful picketing and protesting against
located a short distance from Cape existence of racially segregated establishments of Dade Cunty, who !F
Canaveral, has moved to push for ," do ,
(wished to soy< picked m? sum'
all out desegregation following a bus tickets when, they got Carver Competes In
move by the city to intimidates The NAACP also stated that it mer
NAACP had been advised by legal counsel their report cards on Thursday. i
youth who were picketingtwo
drug stores with segregated that "such laws if passed, wouldbe e. Starting Monday the passesare Stale A.A.U Judo
counters.In unconstitutional and a barrier good on any Metro bus fora
to free speech." dime reduction. Without them TournamentThe
a meeting at the St. Paul the fare is 20 cents.
Baptist Church, more than two- Cards have been distributed to G. W Carver Branch
hunded NAACP members voted to Sunlight Beauty public and parochial schools for YMCA's Judo Class participated in
ask the President of the United children States, John F. Kennedy to "In- Children who have not received I Tournament conducted at South
itiate an investigation to determinethe Alumni Day a theirs can get them any time Brownrd High School recently
impact of racial this summer at Transit Authority The competitive activity is an
practices on and in areas adjacent Big SuccessThe offices> They will have to bring Annual Event sponsored by the
to the Cape Canaveral area." I their report cards with them to State und r the supervision of this
The branch also directed the I first Sunlight! Beauty : be eligible.: area at Miami School of Judo.

president, the Rev. W. 0 Wells, School Alumni Daly celebration __......_r___. ._.. ____m_ According to John J Brantley,
to wire Dr. Robert P, Weaver, started out in grand style with Instructor of Carver's Judo Class, I
director of the Housing Home Finance Father John Culmer, Dr. G. W. ValedictorianMiss Gardenia Circle tho participant from the YMCA
Agency, requesting that the Hawkins and J. R. Taylor as Glenda Delano Bennett, well represented himself and the II
Club MeetsThe Association. It indicated the first
Urban Renewal for Cocoabe
program speakers. Mr. D. A. Julius gave Na- I
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
time that hnsrompetl'd
delayed or reconsidered! The a Negro youngster
the purpose of the organlation. than'el! Bennett ST., of 314 Gardenia Circle Club met
in the event. Arthur
action came after one of the per.
at ,the home of Mrs. P. Boyd
Amelia St., Key West was vale
the Mathis won second place.
sons allegedly apyointed on.the Mrs. Bertha Perry I gave
After the meeting happy' birthday
the dictorian of Douglass High Franklin D. Ross, Program{ Direc
committee reported that he had importance of participating in
never been told that he was on the association Mrs. Dorothy Brown I School, graduating class of 1962. \was and E.sung to Mrs. Bessie A Turner. tor, announces that Jujitsu Classesfor
She delivered the Valedictorian McElmurray. very tasty adults available at the Carver
had with Mrs.
group nor he ever met Introduced the guest artist,
I dinner served by Mrs. Boyd
any committee to discuss Urban Address, "The Importance of was Branch with special fees for
Renewal in Cocoa, The Sunlight Beauty Schoolwas Youth! in a Scientific and Exploring which was enjoyed by all. The members of Law Enforcement De
packed /with aduates and Outer Space Age," at president and members wish to partments.Any .
Because of the arrest of nine students. The state president of their! Commencement Exercisesheld thank the many friends who are persons Interested may visit
youths who were taking part id a the Orange Blossom Beauticians on May 30, in the school's helping! to make one of the the Association at 5770 N.W. 15th
sit.in demonstration at two Cocoa Association among them, Mrs. A. charming ladies queen of the Ave. or call OX 0231.. MEMBER !h I
Drug Stores, the branch decided I S. Waldon and Mr. Mary Perryof gym.Many compliments were given I II club: Mrs. Lillie Terrell and Mrs AGENCY UNITED FUND OP
that it would go "all out to bring West Palm Bea h. Many out I Miss Bennett and her !parents on Frankle GJover. DADE COUNTY
about an end to racal segregationand of town graduates whose names I her address (;which was enjoyedby \Everyone is glad to see Mrs.
discrimination: failed here. Miss Bennett Stella Kemp up again after a
we to get were everyone present Drive Carefully I
Meanwhile the city of Cocoa has also received many honors, period of illness.
before It three bills aimed at anti- Hair tinting: curling and comb and awards. She plan on, enter
segregation protests and picketing.One ous, wetg settin and lectures ing. college in September Her
bill would prevent groups were enjoyed. parents friends and relatives
from gathering to picket. Another STAR MEAT MARKET
wish her the best of ludo.
would outlaw picketing of businesses Fort Pierce, Belgiade, Fort
in Cocoa and another defines Lauderdale, Hollywood and Hal-
what constitutes disorderly con. landale were acme of the cities PROTECT YOUR HOME!

duct. represented The demonstrations KAPU ALARMS \\1 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
were well received.
NAACP officials are Interpreting J
this as a means of intimidating I Will Itoirgtnr Proof your home. I
Portraits in Beauty was the I This. low cost burglar alarm 0
Negroes who would protest segre theme of the high style hair fash
system wUl protect jour home ::1
gation. The branch sent a wire to
loan wilitb Mrs. Dorothy Brown,
the in which it stated Its and Iror-crty while you are at
Mayor mistress of ceremonies; Mrs. Ella work or on \acatlon.. No money THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
Moncur, coordinator i with Mrs. down.
Rev Wells, Joined by Rev J. C. Miriam! Martin assisting; 8 beautiful For FHKE interview and coil r
Wright, Rev. Prince Hlnson and young ladle portrayed the mate with no obligation
Rev. II. W. Brockington, stated ina portraits They 'were beautifully Call NE 4-4831 Fresh Meat-Low Prices j jd
telegram to the Mayor that the gowned for appropriate wear for
NAACP "opposed passage of the beach, tea, formal end plain After 4:30 p.m.
ordinances which would bar peace shopping. Junto

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4 SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1&62 .. OOU to MiamiMeta I Coiinued from page'l P'
t $1 ( O ,
on Tuesday pre s ted, it d r s
Beach be used in urch sing right-of-way to widen Collin i j, irate/nity launohed
//p 1 I.t.h.p contest reetnitlv
Avenue { om6th Street to 58th Street. million of the,cl Miss XSredii'Poitier '
The m 1ion dollars was taken from the first nine
$40,000,000 bond issue for highway improvements.Metro i I of 2540 NW156th St
Wednesday on the is employed at secretary Atty.
Commissioners held a public hearing James W. Matthews in Ctoa-locka.
proposed $62,331,218 county budget for 1962.1963. I I She is a graduate! of Northwestern
Main Offli at 674O X.TV. 15th Arcane Phone OX 1,042-- for next is set at $18.68 for each i 1 I High School and a freshman at
rate year
Branch: at 1112 X.W Third Ave. Miami Florid Phone FR 32230 I The tax Dad, Oounty Jr. College,
$1,000' of taxable property. :I = .
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UAKTH C. RHI:\'L", Managing Editor t!s In. our next J*$u t,

Entered as Second Cls t Matter, August 0, 1927 at the Post Office A pamphlet, "Joe Saunden",. Some Dealt I Some profit! The
'" at Miami Florida, under the act of March 3, 1876 reached our desk late this week.It Cabinet Trustees'ol State Inter.
JUST BROWSIN'Dr It a &hort.s.tory about rae mat Fund purchased equipment
SUnSCKIPTIOX RATES preludice. and segregation: at the appraised for
ONE TEAR $ .OO SIX MONTHS $. .OO FOUEIGX $0.00 Paul R. Henry Jackson. Memorial Hospital and I and ttoey abids it tor TEN &OL*

Member of th. Associated Negro Press .. 4 '"' mention some happenings we LARS. _Quite: an investment! _
Member of the National Newspaper, Publishers '"sodatioD"cmmo think the public! should knOW
OF THE NEGRO PRESS" The first doctorate degree In About. Miami Times Ads
THE NEGRO PRESS believm that America nan best lead the world Physics awarded by Howard University
from racial and national antagonisms when It accords to every man Washington D.C., was The author Is Tom Brewer, Get Fits Results
regardless of rare, color or creed, his human and legal righto Hating earned by Titus Pankey, Jr. Form resident physician. ,
no man fearing no man-the Negro Press strive to help every maw erly of Charlottesville, N.C., Dr. '--- -' -- -
In tfce firm belief that all men are hurt as long as anyone is held : Pankey is married and is the father I -
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back. of two children
Miss Cheryl Cunningham df
MAIL FRAUDS Cleveland, Ohio, a last week'sgraduate
is bracelets voodoo doctors from Glenville High
Uncle Sam putting on .
School, has received a four-year '
and others using the mail for fraudulent purposes.In scholarship from Vassar College,
Beaufort, S. C., Joseph Linnen pleaded guilty to Foughkeepsie1 New York. She has I I II I
operating as "root doctor and faith healer" in a scheme I Ito in all subjects since "
i the ninth grade Miss Cunningham .
defraud. He got $15,000 from his operation. P.O. Department -I!, was valedictorian of her class.' )

inspectors reported. Linnen was put on three I I
years probation.In !1 i Senator George Smathers wants .

Shreveport La. Walter Hogan was sent to prison I, the Cuban United government States to in recognize exile as a a
for fix months and put on five years probation for using means of providing military aid to I II +
the mail to defraud. Hogan business was selling oils for help overthrow Castro. The Sena I
various ailments. The Post Office Department said it was tor said such a government for wouldbe
a rallying point oppositionto II
hard to get cooperative witnesses because they believe Castro in Latin America.
Hogan had the power to hea them if they tes tdfied. Smathers would also give continued .I
Postal inspectors believe the public lost $25,000 on public. aid to the Dominican Re- -

that business.In ,
S *
Philadelphia a former friend of Charles Vincent I The Greater Miami Council of _

Hill received a parcel containing a bottle of "drops". She Churches and the Protestant Latin I

became suspicious and turned it over bottle contained sulphuric acid. They arrested Hill. Cuban Neighbor Sunday.

He was indicted and charged with knowingly and unlawfully -< 000 I
The Episcopal Society for Cultural If
causing to be delivered by mail a parcel to which he |I and Racial Unity meets in

knew might injure and kill the addressee. j i, Chicago on June 2124. Mr. JohnB
It was estimated that the public spent about $25,000 Lasso, Jr., is president of the

x>n sex rejuvenating pills offered by trying Greene, operatorof \ Society is vice, president.and Rev. Joseph Pelham ;.

a firm in Jersey: City, on April 25 he pleaded Keynote speakers include: The
ail fraud, was fined $750 and placed on probation for five Hon. G. M. Williams former Governor kyr, .
of Michigan; the Yen. John
years. M. Burges Archdeacon of Boston; (
Three f Kegro ExecutivesWith the Rt Rev. Chandler Sterling H t
Bishop of Montana; and Mr. Harry ,
the appointment last week of Osborne Poitier as vice- Golden publisher of the Carolina

president of the Lady Elegance Stainless Steel Company! of Bridge- Israelite. .

port, Connecticut, we now have three Negroes as vice-presidents A little more fortunate than his
of large companies. The other two are Jackie Robinson with the I II cousin Eddie Allen, who on June
Chock-Full-O'-Nuts. : and Harvey Russell who after 12 years' 6 was dragged into the maw of
service with the Pepsi-Cola Company, was recently :''ne of Homestead's garbage trucks
appointed as
and killed, Rowland Buchanan a Rudolph RQcr b alas at work la Pitulmrjn M a laboratory
vice-president. ;waste department employee, got assistant on staff of Dr. J.... Salk wno developed the polio vaedn
Osborne Poitier is a cousin of the well-known actor, Sidney :his left hand caught in the deviceat bearing Us BUBO.T1 e celebrated teleBtbt wfll direct the Salk but!tat*
Poitier, and a native of Miami the back of a truck and is minus for Biological Studies at Saa Diego Calif. for which a 115 mllIoaInaIJd1q
four fingers. [ land campaign will tpoawmd by The National Found
Ye Editor was pleased to receive a letter from Leonard Silvers, e tfoB-Hardi Dime from J... 1 them*h 15. At the Institute emi- l
Director of Public Relations for Lady Elegance, telling us of Twelve teachers from Broward neat eteatkts from many parts of the world will study bad biological tteestio.s
Poitier's success and speaking of him in highest terms. Poitier County are attending a special Institute dmlq 11l..hsshk aDd disease j

will make a trip 'to Miami ncxf, month. *-* Foundation of the at Florida National State Science Uni = == 2' 2'2'

Pepsi-Cola Is an international business concern and one of the versity. This is the first act of HAROLD L. BRAYNON
largest corporations in the nation. It ranks second in the United integration at the State University.The .
States soft-drink industry.ChockFullOVNuts .. Announces that he is now engaged in
is a well, known New York restaurant chain. United Presbyterian
/r I Church state synod of New York the general practice of law at
for has elected its first Negro moder. 802 N.W. 2nd Avenue

We Must! Pay Full Equality ator.The Rev. W. Eugene Houston, Miami, Florida ,

No Negro, rather no thinking Negro, should ever ask why he pastor cf the Rendall Memorial FRanklin 1-5342
should belong to the National Association for the Advancement of Presbyterian Church in New-
Colored People. York Ciy, was chosen to succeedthe
Rev. Henry W. Eddy of Ken. s e n 2""
Regardless of what appears in the daily press or is broadcast on
more at a conclave in Clinton, I
television and radio, every Negro should realize that his hopesfor N.Y. this: week.

full and first-class partnership in the American way of life depends .. QUALITY TV SERVICEBy
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heavily on the success of the NAACP in its relentless war

against the tyranny of racial discrimination and, segregation PUN PHUN
The American Negro must realize that equal nghts will not be fly PHIL OftSOFER Qualified Technician at

without ___ _.. ...... .. .
handed to him on a golden platter, : organized legal, eco .I!:!!!' '" --"-" --.L--- EDSUN TV SERVICE
nomic and political pressures. The NAACP has been the War
Today I am !playing with Are
Department in this fight for civil rights since it was founded in brining up a burning subject, 5508 NW 17th Avenue Phone 696- 748E
1909. Its victories, mainly in the courts, have been many. But that's too hot to handle without
the fight is far from being over. an asbestos pen. My mind became T. KYLER AND SUNNY BERRIEUM, Props.
It is for this reason that every Negro in this country should feel ignited when saw a bank,
duty-bound to support the NAACP by at least investing $2, the guard placing matches on a coun Graduate of Radio Electronic Television' School\
ter. Upon he
minimum cost of a yearly membership, in the fight for a better- to- they were for inquiry the bank'i told match.me,
morrow for the Negro in the south and north. less customers. I Jokingly remind WORK GUARANTEED 90 DAYS

There can be no equivocation about taking out a $2 membership ed him! that banks were suppos
in our "bread and butter" organization especially when the could tell ahtiashaebyrothe
Negroes are spending far more for drinks and other pleasures. in '
flame in his ,
Freedom and equality will come much quicker when the Negrois be better eye I lit that out, It lest would he :It'. Never Too LateTo
willing to extend himself to pay for i it, in sweat, blood or money. strike me lie was more than a
Michigan Chronicle match for me. get your graduation picture made
I'm going to try cooling off '
period, len I got an: increase in ( WEjFURNSH (CAPS AND GOWNS
.... Segregation al! Mix! my fire insurance rates. I don't

The Philadelphia branch of the NA.A.GP. has charged that think fire like I'll tome continue folks to do plan: like'with the ti Kindergarten, High School, College

there is segregation in employment going on at the United States little: moron who' threw matches" '-0JOHNSON --
mint where no Negroes are employed. None are employed as into the air lutt to ton \vtmt
electricians, carpenters or machinists, or in the accounting, timekeeping they would UjM; ilk. the lid| | OF MIAMI
departments who wore a 4> payroll, engraving or purchasing
she ,
was carrylnf a torch for an
The complaint was made to the President's Committee on Equal old flame, or like! the ftrt"ttlu"he' ) FR 72294PACE
_ Employment Opportunity of which Vice-President Lyndon Johnson got himself tired for wearing a I L ==

iS an. blazer. .. ... .

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Buff In, member of ,
Enroll In a RETS Course NowlCAL.L. ....M r. Luclle
MEL KNOWLES TODAYIPL the Coral Cables. University I
7.6332LAST cheater, American) ,Associationfor
: I
r the United Nations, will speaki
I CHANCE at the Baha'i Center, 137|& W) I
Last: chance to hear and see that 11th ave., 8 p.m Sunday, Jun'P24.Iter
I marvelous lady of 'the Hammond subject will be "Religion
Organ, Dotla and Mop Dudley at Must be The Cause for Nutty"The
the Satellite. Final weekS public is cordJaHy] invited
SATELLITE LOUNGE lo attend phone Secretary, FR
6222 ''NW 7th. Ave. 1-5420' for further information.iLiluliuHi .

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developer of the polio vaccine bearing liia name Dr.,Salkwi1l awl 'I 23 24
laboratory Militants of Dr. Jonas Salk of Pittsburgh Shoolol Medicine. JUNE 22 r
Four University building
In the Virus Research Laboratory Calif., for which a $15 million
shown Studies at San Diego 1 through 15.
UioloRical June
the Salk Institute for March of Dimes from
direct Foundatlon-
I !fund campaign will eminent be'IU\-ore,1 tiicniula\ by from The National many parts of the world will study basle biological question
At the Institute,
'affecting life, health uiul,!i.ule.

II: Vindictive.Refaliation SaysAfroAmerican I Suit Accuses 8 I

Attorney Southern Stales
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China previously.For A suit was filed in the U. S.
William Worthy, a correspondenUfor passport violation, the maximum District Court In Boston againstthe
the Baltimore Afro-American penalty is five years in prison U. S. Congress on Wednesdayto
was up for trial In Federal Court to and $5,000 fine. consider the reduction of the
here last Friday to answer a congressional delegationsfrom
him size of 4 ,r 4
grand Jury Indictment against eight Southern states which
for entering the United States; SaundersPittWedding allegedly deny some Negroes tho
Cuba without a passport. .
from right to vote.Nathaniel
:: York
William M. Kunster, New Denman a Falmouth.
attorney, told Judge David ad W. Miss Jewell H Saunders and engineer, filed the suit\ asking that
Dyer that Worthy, his client, James W Pitt were married onDhursday some congressional scats be taken \
mits to the fact contained in the June 14, in a doublel1iD" and given to Massachusetts
; but as an Baptist ; away
grand Jury : ceremony at Temple and other states "which do not
admit I
American citizen, does not Church. The bridal party included I! practice discrimination in regard
thaLJ his action was illegal MillS Lucille Saunders, voting
Brown, frnnk Brown, >I tto I would have the delegations
charged that government Harcourt Denman
His attorney i
Webster Duncombe. following states
were guiltyof A. Saunders, of the
t retaliation. and is and Miss Frances (Brown. trimmed in this manner: Alabama,
R "vindictive
J that Worthy's trial' be held The bride and groom and party 13.1 per cent; Florida, 4.64 percent .
I York or Washington Instead live alt< Bimlrti, and a largo ; Georgia, 6.31 per cent; Louisiana W Ia
in New of Miami, since all of the number of their friends came by 13.1 per cent; Mississippi, "
witnesses and attorneys live in boat and plane to t* present at 312 per cent; North Carolina, 11.7
South Carolina, 23.3 percent
wedding. cent
the) per ;
those areas. re-entered tho i I iTre Rev. L. A. Thompson, assisted ; and Tennessee, 650 per cent.
Worthy, who the Rev. J. R. Smith,
Miami last Oct.
States at
United the ceremony a
10, said he State had no Department passport be-refused officiated reception was After given on the roof Mrs.! Alicia Saunders, mother
cause to the issue him one on the of the Carver Hotel, with a large of the bride !was pre eat. DEE CLARK'EXCLUSIVE
to number of friends in attendance.
grounds he had illegally gone .1 i


For SaleA Hear him sing the latest recordings

real bargain. 2 house on -fc v

1 lot furnished. Small down

payment. Front house has.2 BOOK PLUS NEW CHORUS GIRLS

bedrooms' Fla. room and

carporte. Rear house 1 bed Replacing The Turner

1988 NW 50th St. The "Joyettet" featuring Joya Layne

1 to '5 ,J,
Open 11 Adm. Fri and Sun. $1.50 Sat. $175

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$22.50 a (week or $85 ATTRACTIONS

a month. 1 bedroom furnished :

week or $75 apartment a month.$20 1 bed i ..N BIG MAYBELLE ;{ ;

room house $15 a week or .., ,

$60 a month, including electricity
JULY 6.7.8The
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And Insurance make honey we'll CookeWith
Let ,us get money! like bees, Sam
2688 NW 62nd St. build u* a new home get M. new car. The thought

OX 1.0380Save our success shall bring happiness- I

Gee, we are well fixed financially The Upsetters

a Get this Book at your nearby stores 'r JULY 13-14-15, ... ,;_, ,.,"y,
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NEVER CLOSED Prices Good thru June 23, Welter's AG Store Only
Fryers Ib 251 Pork Chitterlings $1.69HOMEMADE

Stew PLATE Beef Ib 190 Sausage DIRRS Ib 190 ;. :

Stewing Hens Ib 29 Tasty Bacon Ib 39 1 1I I,

Ground Beef Ib 290 Smoked Sausage 590 I

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Pork Chops 59* I r
FIRST CUT LB Bunch 194
Pork Chops 35* I 3 POUNDS
Onions 291 ;
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Potted Meat DOZEN \
3 for 29t With$5.00 Order Lemons 291 ].
2w OSAGE ;
Cherries Ib J 19
EGGS Peaches 'j I
Fruit Drinkfor 3 for 790
4 doz1 99 2 LB Prince's CREAM FILLED
4 990 Cookies 39I

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Corned Beef 12 oz 390 BLUE BONNET
Margarine Ib Z90
Swift Cooking Oil $1.49 6 OZ.SHURFINE FROZEN

Frozen Dinners 390 -
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It's a good plan for everyoneto
build up an "emergency fund"equal PRESENTS "The Soul Room"
to six months earnings (after

taxes). Then you're preparedfor For an !Unlimited Engagement
troubles such as sickness, layoff
or other difficulty. STARTING

Don't keep this fund around
THURSDAY, JUNE 14 your house. Deposit it where JUNE 22'
The kids are out of school but Gibson Green you'll earn interest or dividends,
school Js not yet closed We are NuptialMrs. yet can switch to cash in a hurry. *
tai. .:ng care of .,.last minute details.It Choose from bank or savings and
has been good If the ( Ophelia. Gibson Of 514 NW The '
a year. loan accounts government or Dynamic
learned half as much 15th St., apt. 6 and William 1w
(kids have
good municipal bonds life *
Green in mat- or
from us a, we have learned from were joined holy 4 .Y 4
rimony last Sunday, June 10 at retirement insurance. Pick several
them, all is well. We have not
labored in vai.n. the home of the bride. The bride rather than just one invest- Chickie
(was accompanied by two atten- ment, but avoid keeping too much
We now sit evaluating our ef- dants Mrs. Viola Green and money where interest paymentsare
forts. Ths:! is a judgement Mrs. Rosa Dean. Lee Green, a small.
whether we want to call it that or ,brother of the bridegroom, was
not. Are ''We Judging the kids? No. the bestman. If you have a checking account
We are judgin ourselves. Our immediately! following the and always keep some emergency Home Ih
effort our leadership. Recognizing ceremony the newlyweds, were money in it, count this as part of
of course tthat there i is in their !honor at the same home your fund. Include' retirement
basically room for much improve royally entertained at a receptionA credits if they can be changed to AS"Madam
ment. In spite of it all we are large crowd) of relatives and 2
friends cash easily. But don't count mon- .,' ; ,t't K
pleased with ourselves and our attended the marriageand > j t
students. They the students the reception. ey already in special accounts like 'Effie'Throclcbojttom11 Iti''t ? ;}
!Mrs. Odessa Wlhitherspoon and l Christmas Club"or vacations..
deserve a rest, and so do we p 9sC
for some of us, this is a time for Eddie Culver served as hostess Start to build your fund now.
vacation, for others it means and host to the occasion Emergencies happen when
summer school.: Yet, for many you #
leastexpect them.bldfrl6uttd *
fit means a few days rest, then
back to the old grind. Ship AhoyThe
The Most Terrific
Beauticians ,
Unit No. 7
cordially, Invites and friendsto .
you (ton
SCHOOL join them On a Moonlight cruise Show in Town _' 'i

Today ail you read this, school Monday nlsht, July 9 at 8:30: on BOSTON LOS ANGELES

is ringing closed and, all the is shouting over, even, your the will the beautiful be ,plenty Dream of musk Boat.by flUiere the LONDON CHICAGO Plus Your Singing, Swinging Master

bcy( Cousin and his wife are in Bob Cats of Coconut Grove,
Tallahassee, where we will ,spend and have dandng also. Come out and & 4'd 'of Ceremonies '. -. '
a time. Ticketscan
nine weeks studying' education at
FAMU and writing about the be purchased from any
members of Beauticians Unit No.
things we observe as we pass ;
; 7, Plenty t ;
through this life in our search of food and drinks. Do-
for happiness and personal free nation draw $2.00. Mrs. Marion Mul- SCIENCE
dom. president.

Perhaps the best thing that has Real Estate Board MONITORInteresting
happened in education, in Dade
County lately' Is the ending of To MeetThe
the traditional ninth grade pro Dade I
County Real Estate T IFr'.t"H
motional exercise. Kids, I do not Board will meet Sunday, June 24 1 *
I want to seem like a killjoy but I at 4 o'clock at the residence of
I, do think we are better ,oil at this Mr. and Mils Rudolph Pullom.
,point to omit the "tan-fare." 4865 NW 31st ave. Subject for

DISTINCTION DAY discussion: will be mortgages.: All Accurate
members are urged to be present.

Those parents who failed to go WANT TO MAKE $125 A Complete ,$
out to their children's school and WEEK asL
''witness the histoity making Dis Enroll |In a ,RETS Course Nowl! Inttntttlonol' News Coverage
tinction Day program should certainly CALL MEL KNOWLE8 TODAYI! ,
.mm mm-----w mm----- '
make a must next time.I PL 79332
The Ovlitlan Science Monitor I
am ,proud of my school.! One Norway St.. Boston IS, Mail.
Where education, Is designed to FOR I
HUSBANDS ONLY fend your newspaper for the time
meet the needs of the living as Brlnfl the wife out. Sht'll love twclwd. CncloMd find my check or
well a* our changing world. We you more If you treat her. to an mon y order. Q | year $22.Q .
say at "ours," that ,we are not at evening .at the Satellite.I Mutlo 4 month |11 Q I month $S5o (
the top but climbing; and that and atmotpher Out of this Iyes'
our school will live forever more world.

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the parts needed for a tune-up on your automobileor Total cost $969Bal. SHOWS NIGHTLY EXCEPT MONDAY
In 24 monthly payments
truck. Mufflers, brage parts, bearings, fan belt, 1104 N.W. 3rd Ave. Amateur Hour on Thursday Nights !

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A lavish fireworks: display to I\
; be sponsored woy Washington
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ARCHIE sedation, wilt ;bef stagpd from ,1
,the 400 foot loAg/concrete fishing .
FINDER OX- ;pier which.,extends Into the
Atlantic Ocean Veteran .pyrotechnic
expert,. Sidney Weise,' 1.7959 II 22nd Ave. and 69th St.

Who ia arranging the lavish display A
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ING, A; fellow ,penlman.and for MIAMI BEACH 'shells, cannons*, fountains, THREE BIG HITS
co-worker is located in the
mer pinwheels and a blazing editionof
Modern Theatre Building on, 3rd PLANS BIG JULY Old Glory' in Its halt hour
ave., 'shingled Sweeting: and La- FRIDAY SATURDAY:
4th CELEBRATIONAn program can be seen as far northas
mar Associates, they are out for the Roney Plaza hotel
.your paper work, no matter fashioned Fourth of Spectators have been invitedto \ ,
what. 'They can help'pou. Give .MORFt1 T1'iHA
July celebration complete bring their own picnic suppers \
'em buzz 1 1 I Golnftplaces this t tN
with fireworks, band concert, and to arrive as early as
weekend? You should ,The: local A R01NA
and rousing patriotic speech -- they 'W M. The present schedule
niteriea ave plenty action this has been) set for Miami Beach calls for the band concert to ,get
Burke'3 first Mi-
meek Wednesday, July 4. under way at 7 pm. with the YlI
ami appearance' : is at Johnny Lorn traditional welcome and speech- M

elo's King 0' Hearts Saturday The unique Miami !Beach cele- making set for 7.30: and the fire-
| and Sunday It's almost a sellout. bration has been set for .a ten- works display promptly at 8 p.m. I .
Three shows nJtely, and lid this, -
johnny saud it's more of this action

...OVER AT Ball Harris" popular \
\ Satellite Lounge (out of this w
world!) Dot and Mop are making VICKI TRICKETT

tneir rail curtain call. It's the scPLLNnAYevnwooouuswIp !..... .. .
Catskill:! Mountains for these fine M ,
BY =BERG:: ;
coupe of eniertalers.. If you [CT I
haven' visited their A COLUMBIA PICTURES RELEASE ,
dig this gig make it a date p > fSHOWN
thus evening. Dot will play for
you nd don't you forget it I I AT 7t37SIXFEETTWO
Over on 75th St. at the Entertairhers -
"!' ... .
---.ow- -- -
!, (That's the name Jazzy
Red gave the former Mi Club) I r'
I{ K. C. Smith, my favorite bartender OF MAD DOG KILLER! :
1 extend greetings to all its YREE D>:LIVBAY RUG ,[
1 (weekend coming
I managers up.
Tine week starts 1 am. Monday A Qb VAN, HEFLIN'TAB HUNTER
that's Entertainers day and nlte,
and to make it fabulous Kay Cee HAROLD JOLLIVKTTK. Manager m rNlJS! ttlATIHIYNUtAXI :

is donating. Monday nites to ..1111T + jJ
w tauwun
,I entertainers, guest and door ASK R
prizes, BO remember Entertainers
rote starts starts this' week. "THE MAN WHO MADE .A BUSINESS. I .....". 1

IN MIAMI, It's the Knight q ? Stanley Sweeting Says wcm suuimnsf I I
Beat, my beat, the heart-beat of ONaIA5coP
wn. '1i happening. The return of 4ftT.CHNICOLO"iI
Dee Clark this weekend adds to Vr Relation Promotion Tyjlntf
Advertising New Writing Information
the popularity of this downtown .
Income Tax "= Distribution SHOWN AT 9il5
spot. Glide "The Glass" (How' ;
that Bondu?) has added new Mimeographing. Employment Conflden. ..
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glamorous chorus line to his tlal Report --colU l Tutu PIC1UhtllPtlS! MtS'
show card closing with the Du- IS Notary Public-At Lara. A BlAtflDWAm< PRODUCTION J
Boise "Chicken Scratch." An- 1128 IN.W. 3rd Avenge FR 940611 !

r otiher gala weekend. with Clyde ( Ioderl'Jht'atre! ; tuildlng) !I .i- .... GLENN FORD

r That "Dance for Freedom," L. ; I LEE HEMIC
is a good reas on to dance June The
30 with Congress of Racial fastest
Equality. They are mailing '$ "
to the CORE occasion. But NOW AND SAVE! two hours

in ease yours, is late, it's a Bay Special Approved Children's' Shows the screen x. '
front Park semi '
Blanche Callaway is chairmanof Every Wednesday at 2 p.m. has ever

Entertainment. Oh, yeah, do- CENTER THEATRESeason seen I
nation is a buck fifty,
tickets 60c ;,(about .5c per show)

CHICKIE HORNE I I. back. Regular admissions Children 15c, Adults and

"Madam Effie's" long stay in theQueen's Student accompanied Jby children 3Sc
Colony (Nassau) sho' e
FREE Coupon for 2 Bottles of SQUIRT
was long. Wonder if It was pearls? MARVELOUS MOOD
Regardless, we are glad to welcome Admission for 6 Squirt bottle cap MUSIC 81 HENRY MANelNI
Effie at the. Hampton FREt; The Happy Drink

House where Big John McArthu SHOWN AT 11 iOO
holds forth layin' m dawn cool.
The Rootman and the Club's
new policy is seeing new facesat
the Hampton these days. CAPITOL SUNDAY WEDNESDAY

THE CLASS of 1952 of Dorseyuse THEATRE r -

( to be) High School cele- KIRK DOUGLAS
brated its reunion at Club Mi All show
June 16. Among
Friday evening,
I '
/IBI .
those present were Albertba Gar- The Stage { r
ber, Rosco Matchett, Thelma M.
Lewis, Veroita Stephens, Lula Every Wed. 9 I
I.. KJearson, A. Johnson, R. Thomas p.m. ,
Lucy Thomas, C. F. Carter, JIMMY REEVESand
Thmas. Dames, Ulysses F. Mer-
ril, Robert Sharp., Fla. State his !
Beauticians and Teachers 'workr 44 PARADE OF STARS
ship will get underway June 29 J s I
With the Rocketeer
They are still going to the ; I
dogs Sure, some of my best and sensational \ GENA ROWLANDS.WALTER MAHHAU
friends are still going to tits dogs Little Cora -..

*... I haven't""" am almost wondering broke haw their many nec.son plus BIG TALENT' CONTEST! ..MICHAEL K HE, .Q'COlKR.MWJI SCfWlIRJ

those slippery ramps before
".. their pockets were deflated. I $ $ ,$ CASH PRIZES $ $ $
was hoping these rainy, windy' I Iwn 1 I
nights would blow the top off I I h 1 k
that walk way says to nowhere.

Cor Lee (Mickey) Moye baa AIR CONDITIONED First :Miami Showing
been chosen as assistant manager
at Liberty Theatre on 15th ave. RITZ NOW u I

I .tihink itwu/ a good move on THEATRE LIFE BEHIND PRISON BARS
the part of the owner in his questto -
make the community theatre
a place of good entertainment. a


MOTHER'S helper.! Live In.
Young girl. $U monthly. CA I
'. 14833. I t
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." Just about the coolest thing you
'J' can do on hot summer night Is NEXT ATTRACTION
;,; atop by the Satellite. Always a
t.;, lively house 7 rites a week. Music "Who Shot Liberty Valentine"
/ and atmocpher out of this world.
6222 NW 7th Avenue !

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;;E _A- -- -. --.u- REUNION

7 The Booker T. Washington:
Alumni Association Ibeld .one of
I _
the greatest reunion celebrations'
Ir In the ''history I sn.'P

aIa (The annual reunion! program
r 'vas held onl) June ,5 in the I I
auditorium: The Classes of 1&52, 1
'42, '32 all returned to school to ,
celebrate reunion lI ; 'C r
z."t ,
Mrs. Gloria Braynon Robinson. ; '
member of the Class of 1952, was I 4 v H t
the Utflnclpal speaker. Mrs. Rob-
substituted!; for Mrs. Alber-
i inson
: ? ________ tha Nelson Carrol who could ,not r d, sh
: be preent. Mrs. Robinson deliv-

ered a vefly fine and practical ,',? tJ .
address on the subject, "A RecipeFor
"' y- :
4' ji a Successful Future.
t lr x Also responding on the pro-
rBRu '+Zr gram were Kesnetft! Williams of
rya k r e 'ihe, Class of 1952 and Miss Ruby
Hilglns of the Class of 1932. .4

+ ..4I Among special features of the
< program was the honoring of the
"Parents of the Year." In orderto
I!;.... A"' Ai' r.I : / receive lihiLs! special award all "
-" ""';" of the children "which the parents
I have must finish high ecfcool-tout rr.
Beauticians Fashion Show hey must first have minimum of
four children aril! .order to be con-
sidered for the award. .
At House 29
Hampton July Those honored were:
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Love, Sr., of
"Fashions Around the World" 1 1the parents of five children. ,
theme of the big fashion sho Mr. and Mrs. Augustus' Ceasor, ;
at the Hampton House Motel ar cf 2240 NW 51st Terr., parentsof
Villas next Friday, June 29, at 7:! six children and Mr. ,and Mrs.

-6'clock.---... .............. -- d rk :Thomas Sutton Sr., who were
t, eta honored (posthumously, through
their older son, Thomas Jr.
The parents were given the
> Alumnis special Certificate of William Rutland, musical host of the Gospel Crusade

Commendation.Also WFAB (Fabulous ,Radio) Sunday from 6 A.m. to 12 noon

.honored on the occasionwere featuring the best in Gospel and Religious music, religious
four long-time and out-
stasding members of the Alumni programs, church, social and civic news. Mail all re-queata

Association for faihful and dis- and announcements announcements to 1034 Biscayne
tinguished service to !the association -
over a period of more than Boulevard.
20 years. These members are Mrs.
Verneka Silva, financial secretary -
; Miss ,Amiy McKenzie, treasurer FINEST SELECTION IN MIAMI
k a : a ; Herman R. Riou Sr., grad.
uate manager and Elliott J.
Pieze, president. Each was 'presented Government Inspected and Approved
bronze plaques in recognition -
of ,service to the association)!
A number of teachers who LOVELY HOMES OPENLow
served as sponsors (when the var
-- ious reunion classes graduatedfrom
BILL SIMMONS ( high school, were also pre Low Down PaymentsEZ <

Shirley Turnqulst, Ruby Lazier,, sented classes. token by the various TERMS! LESS THAN RENT

Jessie Smith, Carmen Doubrechat,
WILLIE MAE GIFFORD Ruby Curry and Willie Mae Gifford SCHOLARSHIP WINNER --0---

The affair is the highlight of Delmer Stirrup, member of the 4110 NW 11th AvenueAll
Door prizes will also be given
the Florida State Beauticians and
Teachers Workshop being held at away. The fabulous Chickie Home recently graduated c 18 S s of this beauty needs is a little paint. Finest locationin
Ceasor's University of Cosmetology and Big John McArthur will be 1962 was named the winner of all the ,town. .$400 down $68 month. (No closing{
N.W. 58th St. and 2nd Ave. featured in the floor show the Alumni's scholarship ward. costs. I ,
Mrs. Willie Mae Ceasor is director IPIo._"" "- ................L.4",. ,_.... ... ,
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4220 NW 11th Avenue
Bill Simmons, internationally GRAND OPENING
known hair stylist, who is servingas Prices just reduced 1 Show place of the area. $750
guest artist at the workshop, down $73 month. Huge rooms lot.
garage, gorgeous1
Will feature his original creations TASTY BAR-B-CUE
in the show.
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Vivian White will be the featured
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Other models appearing will be costs. Carporte 2 air-conditioned built-in
FRIDAY, JUNE 15 3 p.m. porches, ,
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.' I SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1962 PAGE 11 ,1;

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.'. ... Jordan Grove's4th ,:;
: 1. ; Open Door Burns -
'9\f I
Woman's Day

Woman's Day will be observed First Mortgage ..,:= ,\

Cf Sunday June 24 at Jordan Grove ,
The Third of Rev ,
to Church 12th Ave. Anniversary I '
Baptist comer
ur" .
If C. McDowell was fittingly) 'ob ,
me and 60th st. Mrs. Naomi W. Sy- served with overflowing tables under 'a.(
monette will be the speaker for the direction of Mrs. Enid '.
: the 11 o'clock worship. She is a Johnson. The occasion was high.
= great speaker, active church lighted when Miss Marie Roberts
worker and an instructor at Be- put the match to a FIRST MORT
JEHOVAH WITNESSESThe thune Elementary School. Our GAGE. The congregation now has
Bth evening speaker for the 7 o'clock more than $30,000 equity in the f
Day At Mount ZionJrrllIIEew Miami Congregation of Je- worship :will be Evangelist Maggie I church property and membership
hovah Witnesses are making M. Green, a great church of more than 200 souls.
Mt. Zion :Missionary Bap- preliminary' plans to attend three- worker and a Sunday Schoolteacher On Sunday coming, the Pastor .1.
will &hold its annual TEMPLE BAPTISTRev. dely\ training program here, it begins a special series of messages '
Day Sunday June 24 was announced last night. Our theme for the day- will for the summer months. Visitorsare

L. A. Thompson* pastor Mr. Crump, presiding ministerof be "Women Striving For Higher always welcome, and the members -
,. Sunday's service will be as usula the group in discussing: this Heights" You are Invited to are encouraged to exhibit special "
There will be (preaching during announcement to the. congrega- worship with us in both services. loyalty during this season.
the morning and evening., tion podsted to the challenge to Mrs. Maewest Smikle, general I The beautiful church groundsare

'. The captains for Men's Day Christian thinking and Christian chairman, Mrs. Gussie Wise, co- currently the scene of Vacation It'
work' in the rising tide of world Bible School.
chairman. .
are asked to meet vefly Saturday Program chairman
at 7.30: pin to check on the condition. Mrs. Laura E. Bannister, Mrs. The Laymen conducted the wor
progress they are making with : "The object of the prgram," Inell Thomas secretary, and ship service, with message by Mr.
Citation to
the program The general chairman Mr. Crump said, "is to equip Rev C 11. Smith, pastor James Randolph
Mr. Nathan Ezell as Churchman
everyone of the preaching fellowship
Deacon A. J. llanna, is
of Jehovah's Witnesses in the Father of the Year.
anxious to know jUS'\bIofw: the
'wind i* blowing." helptlcin use of theme spiritual GRACE PRESBYTERIANThis
Congratulations to 1 two) fortifying Sunday afternoon, after Usher's UnionDue
recent: college grads. Miss Helen morals of people in our community. the morning service all members to the fact that the church ,

Smith and Mass Frances Mar- and Friends are invited to the schedule for our fourth Sunday

hall graduated from Florida A "For that reason, tihe WatchTower Housewarming alt he manse, 6800 program will be out of town Sun.
and M Uinivers and Bennett NW 28th
ity ave.
Bible and tract Society has been can-
day our
Joilege, respectively, two weeks ,We have had a successful weekof
of the three-day Miami refresher celled. The program for the following -
II! (program have set the theme BJble School This Sunday month will be announced
(The Land-O-iNod KindergartenMrs. evening at 7.30: !we will have
a our
of toe Assembly(( as "Faithfully later. Watch for the next
Eiois closing Bible School
principal program
Increasing Our Praise he .
ex- .
will hold its commecement plained.We! Let us attend in large numbers. David Hudson president
exercises at Temple Next Tuesday evening at 8.00:
sincerely hope that the advance Dorothy Major, reporter
jag, June 29. our church will worship with
planned for us
the Metropolitan AME Church
there mill enable us to live clo' WANT TO ,MAKE $125 A
1778 NW 68th St., Rev. J. J. Wil'
ser to the Bible and its WEEK
liams, pastor We(wild take charge
The program ds scheduled for Enroll In a RETS Course Nowl
rrhe morning speaker will be of the entire
1571 N. W. 68th Terr. June 22-24 at tihe Northwestern and have a CALL MEL KNOWLES TODAYI'
Range. time
Her Ernt!: t Williams pastor igh School. good PL 70332

Sunday evening there will bea Deacon Fred Williams reporterOn inc public is invited to attend ST. BARNABAS
panel discussion on "Frontiers last Sunday. morning the
of Youth" Rev. H. McDonald delivered a Rev E. A, Culmer, (pastor Watch this date
Everyone is Itoxvited to attend most inspiring Men's Day sermon ST. MARY'S W. M. Sunday School was opened by Sunday, July 29th

Me. Mary Harrls is chairman, Rev. 11. Y, Stuart, pastor Mrs. S. Dawkins. After devotionthe Atlas Lodge and Temple
Harris co-char- On Sunday ngiht Bro. Darling Miss classes took their
Mrs. Annie Mae : Dorothy Major reporter respective
man Rev. R. C. Solomon, pastor from Nassau ipreadhed a won- The committee of CbUdren'aDay places /with their teaohers. The Elks' Day
derful sermon, also and it was thanks everyone who help- lesson was reviewed by the pastor -
enjoyed by all. ed make the ,
program a success.Special
ZION HOPE M. B. Deacon Fred Williams spent 8 thanks to Sister Evelyn Morning worship was) led by
days at his home in Cat Island
Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor Bahamas and reports a most enjorable -, K. Johnsonfe son who donated so the pastor. He preached from FalE I
Sifter Vera Johnson, secretary: stay lie attended church many chickens Second Timothy 1:9: theme, "The
had wonderfulFather's The Aid will celebrateits Church Calling for Believers."
Zion Hope a services and visited the sick and Pulpit
The 37th anniversary A unique During the evening he preach. I
Day on Sunday.: prayed for them. '
pastor, delivered a touching sermon On this Sunday the No. 1 choir program has been arranged by ed from First Corinthians 16:13, Regular 1Bc Size
bout fathers. Four new and No. 2 ushers will serve. me committee The public la in- subject", "Christ's Soldiers on
members Joined the church.: vit ..dWe Duty The No. 1 choir furnished IDYll CROWNMII'S
for our sick music with Mrs. Rosa Roberts at
also went over to are the piano, and Mrs. iM E. Cul
The pastor SECOND ST. LUKE M. B.
and shut-ins. Special prayer goesto
Mt. Carmel Baptist Church and mer !in the morning
Lambert who is in the
preached for the 2nd anniversaryof Rev. James C, Nelson, pastor Sister Perrtoe. Correction. In our roport last POMADE
the Deaconesses. The choir, the 518. Ruthie M. Adams, reporter' 'hospital at week we should have said the
deaconesses and some of the 32b3 NW 61st Terrace Past Matrons'' Council of the When You Buy
members accompanied him. Rev. The pastor and members wishto ST. PAUL A.M.E. CHURCHRev. Heroine of Jer.choe! Light of the
Freeman preached a soul stirring welcome all of their ndw mem Morning No. 15, who worshippedwith
message about "Prayer Changes bers. There will be baptism' Sunday I:. J, Falcon pastor us again on Sunday morn- muMYttGBOWII\
Things" ait 8 am Mrs. Lee Gray, reporter ing. Thanks to them again
The pastor will begin a five- 3627 SW 27th St. Visitors are always welcome.
IRev. Davis preached: a wonderful night Soul Saving Revival at the In the absence of the pastor on !Let us pray for the sick and
sermon at our church Sunday United Christian Church of Sunday, June 17, Rev. Crowellwas shut-dns.
night. We have quite a few sicfc Christ. Services begin Monday in charge of service all day,
and shut-in members. We solicit night, June '23 thrugh the 20that and delivered two beautiful sermons HAIR DRESSING
your! prayers that they may have 3388 Charles Ave., Coconut Janitorial
speedy recoveries. Grove. Services will begin nightly The pastor wishes to thank the
at 730.: congregation and Rev. Crowell for Maintenance ServiceSince

The public is cordial invited. their whole hearted support in ( 1050) ,
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Bring the shut 4rs, the sick and maWnz: the pow rally a successon Complete service. for office*,

15700 NW 22nd Ave. Opa-Iocka the unsaved to be prayed tor. Sunday. Total raised for the Pttftorje*, clinic", hornet
Rev. M. J. Macon pastor You wouldn't want to miss see. I rally was $379.19. Home: Floor cleaned, polished
Sara McRae, secretary ing and hearing this Godsent Our sick members are Sis. Rosa shah waxed

'Last Sunday was youth Day evangelist L. Williams, Bro. E. Saunders, OTIS L. SAMPLE, ftfgr.
and a most enjoyable day it was Where you spend eternity, Rev. and Dro. J. Borroughs. Visit them Phone NE 4.7700
21)18. Elder Irvin Dingles ds pastor fwilh+ a word of eheerandallofthe
was.Mrs. of this great church. with: a word of cheer and all of 5818 NW 19th Ave I m "I

( Sands and Mrs. Hattie ihe other sick and sutins.TRIUMPH Call or write for free e.tlma.tealID4f !

Martin represented a most uplifting Church of God in Chri.tIN
program with the youth of
the church serving thdoughoutthe CHRIST ANDREWS'
1809 NW 5th Ave;
day. The speaker for the
The Church Mid Kingdom
Elder J. C. 'JUhnson, pastor EXPERT WATCH AND
dega College, who spoke on tw God In CfarfetOp
on, a recent graduate of Talla- Ira McCall Jr., reporter Locka CLOCK RETAINS iii w '''Mrf< morning /was Miss Beverly Nix Father's Day was observed Prince H. Mobley putor 40 Yean la Business r Rorll er...
"Youth Moves Upward in the very beautifully on last Sundayat tab S. Da.n.I! l reporter All 5.Ilsa saw aoaI Cro.e.I
Christian Way of We." Miss Nix- our church. We the membersof You are cordially invited to work guaranteed tat.......It drag.
on was most leoquent in her delivery Fifth Avenue would like to express come out and Join in with) us, in FR 34)152 JIll. ...., sad 8..... stem
our thangs to those who at- the School of Wisdom beginningat 303
tended. N.W. 2nd Ave. 11sl( .u.Mss..amass******
19 which i* the seed bed
The evening speaker: was Mrs. The youht of our church would of the a.m.ohurch. ...... .. ..... ......-- --- ; ----------------- -_-_--
Dixie B. Brown, who spoke also like to express their appreciation always Service
"Youth And Re Our doors are open "Living for the Living"
ligion.subject" She ,also delivered a most for helping them in their to all who (want to come, begin-
youth Work. irw at noon to our 8 o'clock ser
inspiring address. Mrs. Martin The our church standopen vice.
and Mrs. Sands exprosed! their toon"and all. We take this

gratitude for cooperation shown opportunity also to thank our
toward forard this effort. Rev. W many visitors and friends and MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev.
J. Macon, also expressed his Invite them to return and worship '
thanks for the service' renderedby with us next Sunday. Ourpraiyers E. M. Thomas, pastor ;; F
our youth. out to and Phyllis (Myers reporter
go wethesnot June 24 will be
the shut-ins/who/ ( ableto Sunday, a
very special day. It has been long
with UI.
NEW PROVIDENCE M. B. awaited tor by the women. SUn-
U Woman's it's their
day Day,
Rev. C. J. Burney, pastr GREATER ST. MARK P.B. day to take over everything sod
Mrs. Claudia Wilson, reporter
1455 NW 53rd St. run the whole operation Sunday.
Our Revival Meeting will close Rer F. L. Johnson pastor They have been preparing for
June 22. Baptism service Sunday The first graduation class of this daw for a long time! and they Oscar L Range 'ani1ome'M.
at 11 a.m. service. this church Is postponed until are going to make this Woman'sDay
June 23 at 8 s/ro. We better than those in the Athalie
Monday Range Owner N. Patrick
All candidates are asked to be welcome you to attend. past. The public Is invkled to at- Range, Mgr.

present Sunday at 10 am. Our pastor has completed avery tend.We 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue "
anniversary. Aspedal are praying for all sickmembers
The success of the revival will successful thank to all who that they may have a OX 1-0131 OX 14343
be in the next week/ new -
syeedy recovery. I
made this possible. -
Visitors are always welcome. -

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N.W 11th St. died at
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA CARD OF THANKSThe Jackson Memorial hospital on June
19 1962. Funeral services will beheld
PAGE ,,12 SATURDAY, JUNE 23,1962 I. Family of the Late ;,1; DEATH Saturday!.June 23, at 3:00 p.m.
from the Chapel with Rev. Emory
Jackson officiating. He leaves to
I mourn a devoted wife, Mamie; a
Range itaijyhter! Ida Turner an instructor

CARDS ... MEMORIALSt CHARLES ROGERS, of 1421 N.W I lawffWilliam atforchanT'VjiHa, jjicm:
3rd Ave. died June 18 at JacksonMemorial :at Floral Height, item'1 Williams -
Hospital. lie is survivedby is a former member:"of the

t CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn \ I a brother his mother Eddie Mrs.Rogers Rane; Rogers and an; Atlas Lodge No. 808 J3 >N.

I aunt, Mrs. Mary Johnson. Funeral .J;
The Family I of the Late Sad but Loving Memory of k arrangements are incomplete at Masons ObserveSt.
_Our Dear: JushanrlAanrl Father_ this time.THOMAS.

".1'., J ',. ;, ...' t ro WILLIAMS, of 1429 John's. DayThe

ti G Is '. > 'j,""I'!' N.W. 65th St., died June 19 at his Ma&OmFamiLr- of York-
L1i : >f; ''j; residence. He is ,survived by his rite Masons will celebrate St.

1 > wife, Katie; a brother, Isaiah John's Day Sunday. June 24, 3

,,,,, ;' >..1t .'{ Wynns of Turks Island; a stepsister p.m. at St. John's /Institutional
I' : '\ "f Victoria Taylor; and several Baptist Churohv Rev. Thedford
cousins. Funeral arrangements are Johnson: pastor, will be the
incomplete at this time. speaker and Mrs. Josephine Mal-

loy -will be the featured soloist!
4WILICi'1'IA Richardson ." on the program. The St. John
41q choir will sing. E. ,F. Aldrioh is
= 4' MR. DENNIS WILLIAMS, of ,360 State grand master.

M1 a A S i
.. .,J.wha _._. --
R --- ------ -- -- ----
L t7 mt
died May 23, ,1962
takes this method to thank friendsand : : -
neighbors for flowers, cards -
f telegrams: and kindness ''during )' c i .Ag

their hours of bereavement. I
I Special thanks to Rev. L. A.
Thompson and members of Temple
M 4 I Baptist Church, Rev. Johnson of
r St. James M. S. Allen Funeral .
.... Wi Ir.. ;rIlf..Y.J..lt I ,
"'?&Jrm!> "'D Home and the Pallbearers of the
FUKbfcJ:* Ml\W
gratefully acknowledge the kind watt 1SV1"1'U.r.: J. JJ\\hSUN; I Rindy Dinks Club.
I God bless all of you.
expression of sympathy shown tc who departed this ,life May
I and MRS. SAM
them during their recent bereave June 19, 1931 MR.
ment. Thanks to Mt Olivette Baptist Beyond th' gate, our loved one McKENZIE, Father and I
Church, its Pastor, Officer finds rest and happiness; and thereis Mother; ,
and members. Thanks also go tc comfort in the thought that a i One Brother, Three Sisters, a
oving God! knows best. Grandmother and a host of \i
the Francis Funeral Home ,and tall :
Relatives and Friends. I
our kind and wonderful friend: I 4
and, neighbors. Wife;
Children; and Family I

'IN MEMORIAMIn IN I MEMORIAL I 1 1In In Dear Loving Son Memory and Father of Our I
but 1
Loving Memory of
Our Loved One I Sad but Loving Memory of I
Our Dear Daughter and ,1j r ....JIji.....

Granddaughter Bro. Eddfe Allen, age 22, WaS! Rev. Roscoe Jackson, popular
-- ---- funeralized on June 9 and his young minister of the city, has
mother, Mrs. L. Allen was 'pre been officially ordained under
sented a check In full on June the Seaboard Baptist: Association.
9, from international F, and A. I He was recently called to the

a ., } 1 M. Masons Bro.( JAiler was financial I pastorate of the Greater New
y rt'a secre ,tary of St. John Macedonia Baptist Church. The
Lodge No. 25 in Homestead. The : church was also recently organized -
7b1' burial.' ceremony was petrflortnec) under the Seaboard Baptist
by the local brethren of Home. Association, with the'Rev. A. J.
fit i. stead,Dea. C. L. Bell, W. M. and King presiding. '
N a $rl ; } brothers of Miami. '
,Regular services are being held
in the,YMOA building located at
15th ave. and 58th &1. A healthyand
f warm welcome awaits/ all
IN MEMORIAMIn who attend our services.

Sunday School 9.30: ajm.
.XIf Sad but Loving Memory of Morning service 11:00:
Our Dear Husband, Father Evening service 7:00
and Grandfather
Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor
eb b+ t Dea., Vandell Bovsn, Sec'y
v'f s -i ll ',. b
:i.-i: ,, $::,......'"" ,",,, oI> It.; I I'I BARRON UPHOLSTERY
(Daddy Mingo) departed this life 1 .
who departed this life .. June 24, 1961 f' Best upholstery for leas
June 21, 1055 There is an open gate at the end t>}. We pick up and deliver
Key West, Florida Of a roadThrough 'y.,'
Dear Loved One: JUANITA MARSHALLwho which each must gd alone, Call FR 4-2320
Seven years have passed since departed this life And there is a light we cannot see, ? 1
you left us. It seems, as if it was June 24, 1947 Our Father*claims his own. ar.f
yesterday. Now the old home is Gone but not forgotten, may she EARNEST HOLLAND, Father; SEE THE SOUTH'S
vacant, no one to take your place. rest in peace. We loved her but MRS. JESSIE HOLLAND,
Someday we hope to meet you in Jesus loved her best. Mother; LEADING COLORED
that city bright and fair where all MRS. CESTINA DAMES, BERNARD HOLLAND, Son;
loved ones will be together and we Grandmother; ,and Family. SANDRA and DEBRA, PSYCHIC READER
won't have to part any more. Daughters; CONSULT HEIl-
Sadly missed by the Family IN MEMORIAM r DOROTHY HOLLAND, Sister.
DaughterVANDERLENE Dear Mother, Grandmother
EDWARDS, and Sister Memory of My Beloved
Daughter; MRS. EDNA DAVIS Husband
$ LARRY MINGO Brother; who departed this life
J ROSE BUD HALL.L, Sister; June 25, 1960
J' GERALDINE LAS'!'RES, at Orlando Florida ''Jr ....2
Granddaughter. There's an open gate at the end of
the roadThrough MR. JOSEPH BETHEL
,> IN MEMORIAM which each must go alone who departed this life d

In Lori'h Memory of Our,Dear Our And there Father in claims a light His we cannot own; see CWI k When our Juno hearts 25,are 1956 bowed with, Let her years of experience guide
V \llntt and Father and
woe protect yon throughout life
N Beyond the gate our loved one ,
Finds happiness and rest; 1 When our bitter tears o'erflow, as a lighthouse guide the ships
And there is comfort in the When we mourn the lost, the dear, In a storm. For success in bnsl
thought Jesus, son of Mary hear. neu and love
That a loving God knows best., .y MRS. HATTIE BETHEL, Wife; DONT STAY IN'THE ROT. GET
Daughter: k, '. JOSEPH BETHEL Jr., Son; GOD Blip CAN HELP YOU.

Daughter; lsf Daughter; 0 a.m. 0 p.m.
Daughter: HELEN BETHEL, Daughter;' 7
JULIUS ZANDERS, Brother; BETHEL, Daughters-in-Law;
11 Grandchildren and WALTER JOHNSON' Son-in-
1 GreatGrandchild.June Law;
Our loved one slipped away CYNTHIA JOHNSON
And today there is a void that Grandchildren. 91.00 UP
nothing in this world can fill;
And we long for the touch of a JAMES EVANS, CARD OF THANKSMRS. 23 Yean Experience
vanished hand who passed from this life on
And the sound of a voice that is June 27, 1961' ALBERTHA BUlLARD MADAMHUNTER
still. We loved him but.. God loved of 3447 Williams Ave Coconut
Rest In peace. him best. Grove takes this method to thank
:MRS. ORA D. TAYLOR Wife: MILDRED EVANS, Wife; her many relatives and friends for Don't Write Call in Person
IRWIN E. TAYLOR, FITZROlIS. 4 Daughters 1 Son, 2 Grandchildren their kindnesses shown during her 1657 N.W. 73rd ST.
1 Sister and a host recent illness. i
REV.who departed W. this life and other Relatives.; of Relatives and Friends. j I I MRS. ALBERTHA BULLARD. BOAStl FLA. i


'I SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1962 PAGE -13 ,,4
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1:' '

Citation Sip "Miami" 1
I V : N ., y

t (The Educational Committee of By Lillle Muse DolesI ", ," '
the Elks of South Florida cordially ""f
Jo e"thJs f t
invites .nd. friend "
you your .
to attend a Scholarship and Cita Because it is my home* j .:
tions Sip on Sunday June 24, at Its hotels, motels aches;;: ,;
4:30: to 7 pan on the beautiful Arc places where tourists'roam.
I lawn, of the. Oscar I. Range Fun .. eral Home NW 17th ave. and My house is not Very Prtfty: "

FOR RENT lost NAY,. .43rd STREET. 58th st.Under. It But isn't the on sun the that sandy shined short.on, ,,' ,;
see today 2 bedroom CBS
mansions, .
#ftOOM Cottages, water furfitahPd. fire place, hardwood the distinguished:! p tonaie :d '\
$10 week ($9 NW 8th $t. conditioned, be cool Total ; o t the Lodges and Streams against my shabby .
n 1.2962. $400.00( ) down. $fig month. Temples, Exalted Rulers: Gran- My town has scenic attractions. I
fi. WCAftD Korl Realtor. Nltea PL ) ville Clears, Louda Duty, James For,all the world to see :")" .
fteftUl Agency :, Days OX 1-0371: ( shorn[ Laban Johnson; Daughter I People pay to enjoy our, haven:
fcetita.1 Rulers: Mae Woods, Velvla I And help J both and "
toiHjcUoin' you me;
: pfoperty
LIKE NEW! carriage 11a Solomon, Ellen Taylor, Dt. Sar-
stag ntt.f1af'fth fit.nt, teal PRry7.fOsi 'estate other items ntisC. clothing.{ vey. Councils: Zeke Brady, Chief God smiled on you, my city; ,
N.W. :51st St. Sat-SUn. Antler; Mae Woods, Loyal Dt. I I I He made you beautiful to see.".'(
hEDao?_ fttrntaheti api.AlutmUes. PL 13 60.ttousElt7. Ruler; Ella Dullard Loyal Dt. Filled you with many people,'''
JJdwiitdwfa 'ea. 'JS. # L# >3 Thitfs d ( Deputies: Chares Higgs,' And left a little place for me-';
NE 40500. ti 1 Myrtle Davis' Jessie Giles W. O.
sofa, tables and claijne Someday I dream of .
traveling far,
able. PHone 833.U036, i4 Perry, State president, Rolly To the world .,.
OPA LOCKA area. 1 see outside; V* I
bedroom $ assistant Educational
newly decorated, unfurnished 12nd..St.6ROOM. I'll always return to Miami, ,>
$15. Furnished $21. 2 bedroom HOUSE plus all ? Director. Where I'm happy that I reside. $l I Csyt

unfurn. $18, turn. 2 bedroom dern bath and enclosed .' ,;.,
NE 4-0500 Indt Modern'!' formica. kitchen' ,

NEWLY Renovated furnished or out.piumoing Lot 104 ana by light 60. Tropical Rent-A-Car System Inc. '
unfurnished apta. In the. Opa with fruit trees barbecue, ,
and Locka area near church, school landscaped. FHA financing. Introducing Vic I tor1 '
shopping center. Call Mick Sat. and Sun. 4210 N.W.
Ins Rental Agency NE 4.0500. Cobham, Sales Representative
bldg. and 3 lots, 5110
clean 1 mechanically
AIR COOLED auditorium includ Rd. (Carver Ranches) ,
Ing lights, janitorial service, etc equity. Must sell. YU. perfect, late model'i
Available for church use., Call Chevy, Fords, and'
Indf ,
Plymouths low '
as as ;
I '' k a
NEWLY decorated 57 IMPERIAL hardtop. 9 '
single, 10.00 double.rooms Mae's, Guest$850 ->uff. Beautiful blue low $1.95 per day

{louse, 2170 Washington Ave., Opa- tower steering, brakes, 1962 models are avail-1
'seats. Radio and heater
locka, Fla. w. '
6/30 Must be sold. Original able; Free delivery and ? .d'
$10 PER WEEK., One-bedroom 'ing town. Sacrifice D79. pickup service. Inquire j
house, uhf urnl hed. fee Water and FR 4-2136 or FR 04402, about our weekend '
M" hts. Rear 43211 N.W. 33rd Ave. HELP WANTED
0.1280.ROOM special.

Near bus lines. Call High STORE school MANAG gWdualfe>R .SAL betw> 2821 N.E. 2nd Ave. (Cor. 29th St)

1-1113.. ,. and 35 years old, >permanent l Call FR 7-3679 After 7iOO p.m. 6917323"Buy ; I

tt doltt fop a nice man or lady at resident. Automotive .
5710 N.W. 10th Ave. You helpful. Give personal ""
(call! Ng 4-84p may first letter in own .... ,
Good deal for right :
ROOM In private home for nice :' F. P. Baird, 5300 N.W. I '
clean man. OX 1-0423. :1' Miami, Fla. A Home To-Day!. ;' :

EFFICIENCY nicely furnished.
Working woman preferred. $10 a
week, utilities included. 2224 N.W NOTICEMrs. .d.'I Come by our office Saturday and Sunday and''' let'us..,
58th St.PRIVATE. Louise,Bonner 4 :
HOME (fence). Phone formerly ,of LOul..'. show you the largest selection of homes in Liberty
6333042. fthoppe
APARTMENT with yard. Reason : 490 NW 8th Street Is now City. We !will help 'you with the financing 1

able. Call OX 12426. at -0-
BUNCHE PARK area. 3 bedroom
house furnished. Large yard en.dosed 938 N.W. Second 1-2997 NW 64th Street $200 down

borhood.with Phone fence.NA 16654.Quiet neigh-6/30 I: where"'e'II'be happy to Move right in 'this clean, large home.
to serve her
EFFICIENCY,furnished, free utili 'In the many past 2-2120 |NW 50th Street '$300 ,down
ties quiet neighborhood. 1168 A large ,4-bedroom home i
Phones FR 9-5367
tt.W GIst St. PL 13360. 6/30 :
377-2143 Good for a rooming house or 2 families
BURNISHED efficiencies, utilities
Deluded, $12.50'a' week. 620 N.W 3-Ask about our ,brand new 3-bedroom CBS homes
nth St. FR ,7-2902..
FAMOUS Move, right in no (qualifying.
FURNISHED efficiency, free lights I
and, water. PL 8-4273. 4-900 NW 43rd Street i roo- new large 3-bedroom

1 WEEK FREE. Lovely houses, : dwelling. No qualifying. $750' down.
$15 $18 and $22 per week. Wil! I
sell to high class people, $50 down, 5-7753 NW 10th Ave. Large and 'comfortable

payment balance weekly.weekly., Can NE pay 55566.the down home. Guaranteed! income !f wanted -$450 Dn.

BARBER SHOP, 2 chairs, $25.00 6-320 NW 48th Terrace Beauty of ;* 3bedroomCBS
Per week. Ph: 635-3838 after 6
p.m. or apply at 1490 N.W. 62nd St home. One year old, city water, no qualifying

$495 down.

FOR SALE;rt | fyinw __ $405 down. '

DUPLEX in finest. neighborhood.Only 3 years ,ww" 2, CBS bed., 7-A gorgeous home for the ,higher bracket family

room, tile bath each side Home f 3-bedroom, 2 baths, Florida room, air conditioning .
with an income income alone. j
or '
Reasonable down payment. Call wall to wall carpeting $800 :

'owner to see, 6332051. e Bedroom 8-1353 NW list Street This (I. the home for the'

CBS 2 BEDROOM house, tile bath, I "
all elect kitchen fully carpeted. average earner, |2 nice bedrooms and large' Fla., .
Estate-like setting. Fenced lot 67 room. Gorgeous kitchen. $350 down.
XI10 with large barbecue pit and e Living
oversized utility house. No quali j

fying session.or red Call tape.owner Immediate, 633-2051 pos to 3 Room 'i 5 ACRES OF LAND NEAR 40-MILE BEND ,, .: r
see. 1150 a
N.W. 7Cth St.
iI L$1.00 DOWN $10 PER, MONTH,
789 ,N.W., 45th STREET. 4 bedrooms I
2baths. Fla. room, garage. ,
$400 down. See today -nice for I I A-Over 400 others to .coose from, ,i( -.
big family A. Ben-Kori. Realtor EASY .1\

2644' N.W. 62nd St. Nites PL I l I B-2, 3, and 4 bedroom homes. ., .
95533, Days OX 1-0372. TERMS on .
II C We have duplexes and other incomeproperties '
784 N.W. 45th STREET. See to- I many .f, d
day. ..
Lovely kitchen terrific buy. .. ;
Fla. room carporte 2 bedrooms 'f 1! f y
Porch plus large patio. $400 down. 'I D-We will trade your old house.or lot, In : ;
month pays all. A. Ben- '
Kori Realtor. Nites PL W533, ; I
Days OX 1-9372. ;
Ford Realty Inc. *
1807 N.W. 47th STREET. Furniture
worth $1,5/ included in total ,
Price of 9500.; $300 down. See 569 N.W. 54th Street PL 7.2559n '
ntIW. A. Ben-Kon Realtor 2644 3620 N.W. 25th' I.
N.')'. 62nd St. Nites PL 1W533, .

J>.'JJ JOX 19372. I .. ,_ .


THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA loF: r: -- -.... North, DadeRecreation The Summer Adult Basketball

-1 II-- :League is organized for play
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1962 with eight teams. Play begins

BROWARDCOUNTY The Summer' ,Metropolitan Wednesday night, June 20 at
program got oft to a fine start on 7:30 p.nt. and will continue each
State NAACP Backs Jax Monday, June 18. Three hun- Thursday\ and Wednesday niigttt
dred and thirty junior and sen- for seven weeks. The teams with
ior high school boys and girls the best league record for the
In Anti-Bias Campaign I registered for the program. The summer twill compete ioi a playoff
NEWS anticipated enrollment for the tournament for the championship ,
I i d summer is seven hundred. The teams In the leagueare
Calls for Statewide SupportThe The statement concluded with a
comment that retail outlets should -I t- The center staff for the sum as : ,
Florida Branches of the be approached also because of the mer Is composed of the following The All-Stars, Miami; The Cannons .
NAACP this week said that it Uy WALTER if
large market that they enjoy from person! : Liberty City; The Hustlers,
would swing every branch inFlorida's the money spent by Negroes. Walter Cambridge' director; Coconut Grove; The Knights,
large cities into the anti. Rutlege Pearson, president' of The C. W. H. Chamber of Com Mr. Fox and Mr. Gibson, junior Liberty City; The North Dade
job bias fight now being waged by the Jacksonville branch has voiced merce will meet Monday, June school boys program; Mr. Bell Boosters, Opalocka; The Untouchables -
its Jacksonville, Fla. unit. The the opinion of the entire NAACP 25, 8:30.: All members are asked and Mr. Wilder, senior high boys Miami, aThe Vikings,
statement was made on behalf of
family in Florida when he stated Mrs. FLoyd.junlor and
be program;
the Florida State Conference by to present. Coconut Grove, and the West
that: senior high girls program; Mrs.
R. W. Saunders, NAACP Field "These are not times for a nation of Levan, junior ,high, girls program; Hollywood Ranohedoes.
Secretary. or a state to ostracize any Edwin Gordon 5663 NW Mrs. Scott, senior high girls pro- The Untouchables play( the
The action came after it was part of its population or its people 15th Court left for the Bahamason gram. Cannons on Wednesday, June 20
learned that many stores in Jack The same thing applies more im June 18 to visit his brother The bowling program will continue at 7:30.: The All-Stars play the
sonville had refused to end racial mediately to a city or a communityor and other relatives. during the summer with Vikings, 8:30: Wednesday. T h a
discrimination in their hiring a neighborhood. The human I Junior high school boys scheduled Knltgihits play the Rancheroes on
policies even though NAACP lead. of its so-called Thursday at 7:30: and the Hustlers
family, regardless June 24 marked the on Monday, junior high: girls on
Sunday, ,
had tried with I
to negotiate
ers differences' must soon find an at Tuesday, senior boys on Wednesday play the North Dade Boost.
annual Day
fourth Woman's
their management.A equitable system for its c'*Istance. I i and senior girls Thurs- ers at 8:30.: The Vikings will meet
Central Church. At 11 on
statement from the NAACP "
It must do so for its own survival. the Ranoheroes on Wednesday' ,
State Office in Tampa released to am. the service will be directedby I day.The June 27 at 7:30: and the Knights
the press today read: the chairman, Mrs. E. J. hours are from 2 to 4 pan will play the Untouchables at 8:30
"It is indeed shameful that In Recreation Clark. Youth Hour will be 6 Ttake part in this program the the :
Summer flight
dustrial leaders in Florida are still I child is to register at the Center same
hedging behind the old Magnolia pjm.At and then meet with the leader The All-Stars and the Booster
Blossom and Mint Julep Customsof Program at I 7:30: ( pan the services will i.of his or her age group.. will play the first game on
the antebellum South when it Floral HeightsThe be directed by the co-chairman, Junior and senior :girls are especially Thursday, June 28 and the Cannons -
comes to hiring Negroes in better Mrs. Caroline Williams. Miss W. urged to come out and and the Hustlers will play
and higher positions. Saunders :will crdwn the queenof take part hx their !program. Girls the second game on the same
"The NAACP is aware that the Summer Program spon- 'I. the year. Please plan to attend softball games are scheduled
in Jacksonville and other sored by Dade County Public all lots Rev. E. J. Clark, with Liberty City Park on Friday r ght.
major Florida cities wield a telling Schola will be held( at Floral pastor; Z. Newbod, reporterl June 29, 10 a.m.
affect upon the purchasing Heights Monday (through Friday There will be honor trips again
power in these cities. We therefore from 8:30: ajn. to 4 p.m .through this summer. Students who accumulate Save a Life -
The Dania Red Birds defeated
27.Boys were
are calling on every NAACP the highest number of
branch in this State to begin ne and girls wiho have com- 6 to 4 by the Carver points will be given an outing
gotiating, when possible, with the pleted the first grade and other Ranches Bears laat week to some place of special interest. Drive Carefully!
managements of businesses with a elementary school children are
view towards opening up greater invited. Greater St. Luke Primitive
employment opportunity on a non Sports program, arts and crafts, Baptist Church of West Hollywood Have a Lifetime Profession
basis. The full
discriminatory :folk and square dancing/ story wishes to thank' everyonefor
weight of the State Conference will telling, nature 'study, pet shows, the splendid 'response on lie
be In support of this campaign. doll shows, (horseshoe pitching, Woman's Day Program.iL. Yore-Craff' School for Nurse's Aids
"We are also calling on branchesto ping ipong, etc will 'be offered. R. King, chairman; Mrs. C.
begin filing complaints with the (Parents are urged to encourage : Dxiance, dha4itmsjn; (Rev. E.
President's Committee on Equal children to leave the area King, pastor SUMMER CLASSES NOW FORMINGFor
Employment Opportunity against immediately after 4 pjm. since nO
any business ,believed to have a supervisionwill' : be furnished after Ten Weeks Course Day or Night
contract with the Federal Govern that time. SEE THE WORLD'S
ment in excess of $10,000. Forms REGISTER NOW
for filing complaints are availableand GREAT SPIRITUALAND
help will be furnished to ThunderbirdsFootball
local branches if needed to administer PSYCHIC READER 1711 W. Flagler St. Call FR 9-7357
the job of protesting to Schedule
the Federal Government. BISHOP HUNTER

"The Florida State Conferenceof Sept. 15 Mays home It yon are sick or worried, don't IJIII.lllll. I lit lLLLlJLltJll1 1
NAACP Branches especiallycalls Sept. 22 Lakeshort home fail to lee me today. Office boon
on its branches in Northwest Sept. 29 ,Ltacolrt away daily 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Thursday $ "
Florida to look into the discrimi TV Service Calls
natory practices in the several Oct. 4 Carver C. Grove 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m.
Oct. 12 Middleton
paper and pulp wood plants in Tampa Ie 8 p.m.
Oct. 23 Gibbs
Port St. Joe, Panama City and -
Northwestern Miami
the chemical plants in that area Oct. 26 -
Nov. 3 Blanche Ely home
of the state. '..00
Nov. 30 Attucks home LARRY'S T.V.
"The Association will also begin Nov. 16 BTW home np
an attack on ,labor unions WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS
which have contracts with businesses 5417 BW 17 St.
contracting with the Govern. WANT TO .MAKE $125 A RADIOS, HI-FI AND STEREO REPAIRSWe
ment. Our branches are asked to WEEK WEST Sell Used TVs on Credit
report, along with the'manufacturers Enroll In a BETS Court. Nowl
that discriminate, the names CALL MEL KNOWLE8 TODAY! OLLnVOODrROF.IIUNTEU 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1.8024HOTTEST

and numbers of the unions." PL 7-9332 FLA. 11.1. 1111 TTrlff JlllrltlrllTTr 111 IfllllLJ


The (International florists AssociationCordially SHOW IN TOWN !

invites the public to attend a

Flower and Fashion Phil HarrisAND

ShowTuesday HIS .

July 10, 1962 Harlem In Havana RevueSTARRING

At The Hampton House Motel


For further information call W. O. Perry, Presidentat

Perry Florist, FR 4.1205 ju7 JO ANN. Singer Of Sweet Songs

Freddie Grant's Big Band

WE Will BUILD ON YOUR LOT KELSON. The Dancer SupremeC.

JACKSON The Wailing Blues Singer

NO CASH REQUIRED DORETHA The Exotic Queen of Dance

20 different plans to choose from MON. The Big Celebrity Nite. Come see the stars



1 and 2 bedroom apts. for rent Revue Dancing Girls ... ?

I For information call .
JOE BURTON 4221 Hallandale Blvd W. C. BAKER & HIS BAND
; Hollywood, Fla. Near Carver Ranches MI BOWLING CLUB

; (just east of Home Federal Bank !

1 : Phones: Miami WI 5.0661Hollywood YU 9-0113 1900 N.W. 75th Street Phone 691-9833

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JI.II".>>1I .1I m.rr II. II[>I II[ 'I.TJI.II: II.IJ:'" 11["'" \1. II. II[JI vy THE MIAMI ,


THE BAHAMAS cipal streets and ended up at the near MorrlsvJlle, Hard Bargain
and Hoses, Long'IsLand. The firs
Places Ground
......... Southern Recreation ,
-- will be in operation later the
where the message for the day I
and /will salt to
Sands 20 was
Lowell ,
dlivered by His Excellencythe method used '
was by
evaporation -
hanged Tuesday at 8:20 a.m. on
Things. the West Indies Chemical Co. ttInagua.
Fox 11111 Prison.A Governor.
the gallows at I.
carpenter of Palmetto Point, .
Bahamians re-
The following
IIV LAWIUSNCK DEUT COOPER Eleuthera!: Sands was found guilty

"1r.**>y Il i.II..... ..>t.11 It .II iii'" ...'" .......... '" ....... 1r"F19.'W.Y':1r1hE"rURN : in the Supreme Court on May! received the Queen's Birthday (Basil Williams took first place
23, and sentenced to death for Honors recently: John Victor and was acclaimed "Mr. Bah...
OP THE CRUTCH unto 23 years when !we used te the murder of Salathiel Bethel, Brown, Labor Officer; Robert mas" in the Mr. .Bahamas Con
SEVERAL YEARS aOo a friend attend BOOker T. Washington 82, at Hatchet Bay on Feb. 7. Spence Murdock of the Baha- test Friday, June 8 at St. Agnes
of ours named Willie Bee: (tihal'i High\ School. She was the most Auditorium He wag awarded a
not his real monicker, but let sought after beauty on the campus Curtis McMillan graduated with William Horace Easey for Valuable trophy donated toy B. O. A.
sutfice) had to resort to crutches: the Doctor of Dental Surgery degree Service' in the Air; Cyril Arthur Eldon was second and rr
to ge around as the result of a in the early 30's and !became (DDS) on June 8 at How- Augustine: Bowen of the Bahamas ceived the Nassau Guardian
cat fiidesiwdiplrig! him! one dark and "Miss BTW.. Years have gone by ard University, Washington, D.C. General Post Office; Charge runner-up trophy! and Rudy
eerie night. The driver escaped. since our graduation and time Mr. and Mrs. D. A. McMillan, his Nurse Hazel Wells Darling of Pinder was placed third and WM
So for more than tbUr weeks: had talketl its. toll on Daisy' parents, went from Nassau to attend Princess Margaret Hospital; the awarded the Shell Oil Co. trophy
the trusty crutches helped him to the :graduation exercises. Rev[ E A. Evans of George Town, Williams trained, at the Poit
motivate about his business. Soon beaUty, but not disturbedher I Exuma; Timothy A. Gibson, Inspector iers Gym and Eldon works out
he was id good shape and discarded charm and personality Archibald Loftus Roker' of Detectable of Music for the Baord of at Wong's Health Studio.
the wooden legs Daisy had had her And Bay, Acklins, was for- Education; Capt. D u r war d
A couple of years ago a rela- upe mally admitted to the BahamasBar iCntowles, chairman of the Bahamas John Rolle, 18, son of Mr. and
tive of his took sick and needed downs in' *love life. Finally she on May 29 in Justice Scarr't Air ReS cus Service, and Mrs. John Rolle, of Milton at
some crutches Unresitantly ,he 'flight man. lIe Is Errol "GulneaGang" courtroom. More than 60 persons Carlin Roberts of Great Guana and student-teacher at the Western .
gave her the cr tches. Alas, the Smith.. This was really ''were present in the small room Senior School, has been
woman ,passed oil. Sadly he paM'! true love in all its simplicity. because the main Supreme Court Key.Mrs. granted a scholarship by the
this respects to the family as any They frequented the beer tavernson was being repaired. In congrat- C. R. Walker, write of DrfC. Board of Education to study for
good friend would. 18th and 15th eves and were ulating him, the Chief Justice R. Walker, and principal, of three years at the College of
familiar sights. Wherever you said Mr. Roker 'had made a "long the Woodcock Preparatory School I
Last week the husband of the I saw Erroll, Daisy was within journey from Aokllns to the has ,gone to Great Britain 'where Chester, England.
deceased appeared one night and whistling distance If Guianea Middle Temple Bar in Londoa." she is representing the Women's .
thanked him for all he had doneto I Gang had a cigarette he would Other members of the bar were Suffrage Movement at a confer/
help while his wife 'Was ill I split it with Daisy if one i resent including Mr. L. O. Findliria I ence held by the Department of ANN'S GUEST
an heart brokenly returned said should scrounge up half a pint who sponsored: Roger. Technical Corporation and a
crutch. Willie sputtered in surprise the other would be the first to I meeting of the Triangle Congress HOUSE
and disbelief. After! all he get a dnimk. It was like that with The Bahamas Baptist Institute for Women's Suffrage: She was
had forgotten about the woodea i everything Both had something held its graduation: exercises on elected last year when the group< 344 NW 10th St.
"cane", even had forgotten that in common. May 29, the Rev. 'R. E. Cooper met l in Dublin to serve on a boardof
he once used them.. Fearing to Although the fellows: would kid presiding. Four completed the 24 officers for a three-year A neatly furnished room,
hurt the husband's feelings ;he our-year course in theology and period.
cepted the I prodigal crutch and and tease them, they had every were awarded diplomas. Ten others clean and quiet. Maid service
leaned them in a oorner of his respect for their love. received Certificates in Religious Mrs. lIvy Dumont, principal of parking space for
boudler. I Training, which were Southern Preparatory School, was cars. Weekly rates or over
Willie Bee is a, Godfearingman Enroll, in his genuine sorrow, presented by Mrs. Enoch: Back awarded a Fultoright Teacher's
and not afraid of man: nor seems to be hitting:! the bottle a scholarship recently. She will night. FR 99155.
beast. But Willie couldn't sleep little heavier than usual. He is A ford.The have to be in! Washington, D. C.
for two nights.: He kept awoke lonesome man. (( institute is a project of by August 27, and will travel for
(watching those sinister crutches the Southern Baptist Convention.The six months in the U. Slto observe -
4n the corner. His mind ran away One may call them characters, faculty is composed of teaching methods. 4190 N.W. 32nd Are.Klnmt .
with him when he swore he but whatever they called them American and Bahamian teachers apartment house {n Miami
heard the clamp-clomp of a they (were well Liked in their with the Rev. Weldon E. Miss AKbertha Ferguson, 23, One bedroom Furnished or
crutch one night while half sleep. litle world. Now, Daisy has .given Viertel, president. received a B. S. Sc. in business unfurnished
He awoke wide-eyed ready as up the ghost and Errors little education and a minor in English Ample parking One block from
a fireman to get out of there world crumbles about him. Thereis The election of Father Bernard language recently at Benedict Highway
Red eyed ana sleepy, the dawn a void.Otesqudrscet. Markham as Bishop of Nassau College, Columbia, SJC. Miss Eyl- GOOD TENANTS
came. Gingerly in the mist of the ( in pace! and the Bahamas by the Synod, via, Darling, 21, was awarded the COREY APARTMENTSVisit
early dawn he took the things (has been con lnned by the B. A. degree in business educa-
and act Are of the Province of the _._ ,. .,_ _
. out. in the back yard !Bishops tion and minor in English. Both HI' J """ I
*to them. Old Willie shraara he West Indies He will! be conse- returned to Nassau on. Juno 7.
.heard a faint groan (when the fire BROWNSVILLE crated to the bishopric in St. the new .
blazed up around the sinister George's( Cathedral, George Town, Miss Ferguson Is the youngest. DIXIE BAR
man-made legs. He buried the CORPORATIONWe .3riUqh Guiana, on Sunday, Aug. daughter of Edmund Fergusonand AND PACKAGE STORE
ashes around a tree in his yardt 19, and win be enthroned in tho late Mrs. Ferguson. Miss
Finance Mortgages Christ Church Cathedral early in Darling. is the oldest daughter of 1454 N.W. 7th Are.
Willie sleeps !better nights now Bay and sell Iota and home Septcm r. iHe was born in Mr and Mrs. K. S. Darling! of Popular Prices Always
but he Btlll: can't figure out why Yorkshire England.
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were returned with a thank you We also lend money A mammoth parade markedhe The Diamond Crystal Co. of St. Open dally 7 a.m. to 1 a.m.
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The moral is: Always return J. II. IIAKKLBY June 2 in (Nassau. Headed Hy Ran-
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