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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: November 4, 1961
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
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issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00290

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Hurricane VictimsMiamians
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Day-time
responded quickly man told the Miami Tlmea ,that
with offers of aid to the stunned .the response here has been won' .
victims of hurricane ravaged derful and the initial want is being -
Belize, British Honduras. The satisfied. A woman was shot and killed The two gunmen escaped.
British colony of 91,000 residents eir'y Jast Saturday afternoon, police line thrown up around the
Is 90. percent. Negro. while scuttling to keep one of local' area immediately follow
Two drop.off stations have DRIVER GETS CV$')holdup) men from grabbing ing, the shooting and up to late
: her when the two Thursday afternoon had not
been set to collect clothing pcjclfetb6okl:
!up .. been by police. Police,
an apartment captured.
and canned food for the eurvivorp'whose
;: homes were destroyedby 4 MONTHSJoe which the woman was visiting, however, are still investigatingthe
the wild wind blowing In according to the Homicide Bu. case.
gusts to 200 miles an hour. Mt. Richard Cobb, 43, father reau of the Miami Police Depart Mrs. Dunaway, who was knownas
Zion Baptist Church downftown of 12, of 6083 SW 63rd St. was ment. "Tiny", Is survived by her
and the Carver YMCA in Liberty sent to do four months In Jail husband, James, three sisters,
City are cooperating in the col. and sd an appeal bond of City detective Robert Eutea rf k Mesdames Lula Hardy, Queen
lection. $1,500 by Judge Gene Williamsthis said Mrs. Beatrice Dunaway 66, t. Bell and Mary Levlaon, two
week. of 895 NW 60th st., was shot in brothers, Bud and General Williams .
The, food and clothing will be Cobb was charged with lead. the head while visiting the and other relatives.
olected: on Monday and takento ing a South Miami police in a apartment of Mrs. Katharine Services will be held Saturday
TAN Airlines at 3120 NW three.mile chase at more than Wilson at 1661 NW 6th place. 2 p.m. at Greater Israel Bethel
59th ave., where Capt. Stlllman 100 miles per hour and cursing The two gunmen took Mrs. Dun. Primitive Baptist Church, under
will fly it to Belize. Those I. the officer. He was found guilty I away's pocketbook: and more the direction of the Richardson
wanting to contribute money can I'of resisting arrest without violence than $215 in cash from Mrs. Funeral Home, with the Rev. C.
eend it to the British Consul, 732 by a Criminal Court Jury, Wilson and another visitor, Qua J.. Burney, pastor of New Providence
graham Bldg., or to the local lIe also faces charges of dis. Hogan of 1622 NW 2nd ave. III Baptist Church, officiating.
American Red Cross, designated I orderly conduct in city court Mra. Dunaway was dead on arrival yaw The body will lie in repose In
as Belize Relief Fund. and reckless driving in Metro at Jackson Memorial Hos Richardson chapel Friday after
British Consul Frank Smlther- I court. pital. n09n. .- ,
















v-, TK111'U1tA SUTANTUII ET NOS MUTAMUII IN ILL1B ...
TIE TIMES AIIE CHANGED AND WE ARE CHANGED WITH ThIEM """


39TH' YEAR, No. 10 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1DG1 20 PAGE-10 CENTS



South Defies Bob Kennedy's 'GETS 20 YEARS FOR MURDER .


I II r Arthur Jones, 23, was eentenc-

I POLITICAL CLUB ed to 20 years in state prison on
Transportation Desegregation OrdersAuthorities Monday after he pleaded guiltyto
TO SPONSOR shooting Homer W. Davis, 26,
through the heart during af-
an
in Jackson, Miss., .
Wednesday openly defied a federal Lawyers of the Justice Department and other state,-'eounty and city RALLY ,' gumcnt outside the Blue Jay
order desegregating transpor. were taking immediate legal officials from further acts ,to 4*>. "\* *'" .' Night Club,. 6405$ .NW. 32nd, ave,
tation facilities in the Deep action to prevent the policeA thwart the ICC. 'The newly organized All on May %8.
People's Democratic Club is
South. sponsoring three Davis, of 2640 NW 40th Terr,
a -day. rally this
Some cities was shot by Jones while Davis
prevented trans.
week, Thursday through Saturday
portatlon lines from meeting the The program begins each and his sitter, Nellie Belle, were
deadline ordered by the Inter DAYTONA FILES evening, 7:30: o'clock at the Lib. having an argument.
state Commerce Commission.Jn erty Square Community Center,

Shreveport, La., a terminal 6306 NW 14th ave. and entertainers have been Invited

manager was arrested for re The purpose of the rally is to and tome outstanding
moving racially discriminatorysigns SCHOOL SUIT introduce candidates for the com speakers are appearing on the .
,from waiting rooms. At ing city election. Many clubsgVLiU program
Tallulab, La., police forced Ne.
gro .s 'to move from the front to
the rear of a bus. A number of
Negrpes werearrested when suit seeking complete de

,if. the/ 'entered "Awhile waiting segregation of pupils, teachersand
<>>., rooms and restaurants. school personnel in Volusla
a
In: Jackson and other cities, County was taken under advisement I
-g the ,police defied the'JCC, feder. Monday in Jacksonville by -
al authority and the Justice Department U. S. District Judge Bryan
by keeping the signs Simpson.
outside after they had been re
moved inside by the terminals. NAACP attorneys filed the

suit last summer, and called for
Attorney General Robert }<1.
Kennedy and other department an end of all forms of racial t.r t. _

officials; had hoped that It would segregation In the county, In. _
not be necessary to file suits to
the orderof eluding allocation of funds for
get the South to obey
the Supreme Court. school operation and buildings "

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Local Schools Observe : a, '

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American Education WeekThe 11 + .yq. ,'/



More than 140 of Dade County schools will! also place exhibits -
V; 193 public school centers in store window and
will hold "Open House" and other business places. A numberof
"Back-to-School Night" events schools will present living
during American Education classrooms in space made avail ____u __ _
Week, Nov. 511. able by local stores. DADE'S SEPIA REALTORS Dena T. Goodman, a candidatefor Edward F. Aldrich, John IL

Parents and other interested "The Live Classroom Demon..ttatlon" Pictured' are members of the the board.Standing Darkley, Milton Rolle. W. C.
Dade Real Estate Board Cogdftll and Flits Green, and
County
invited to visit their .
citizens are of Douglas! Elementary
Cliff Baker
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its The first Mesdamos Ora D. Taylor and
and auxiliary.
or
schools to learn of the needs of School will be carried .
again on mon A. Evan and Percy L.
of real Ruth Sands, board members.
the schools and the progress In the show window of the Atlantic ganized group Negro estate I
Johnson, members of the board,
and The boardIs Is president of tho
which Is being made In providing Furniture Co. at 1233 NW men women. Summons
Sonny Weaver and Robert R.
education for the children and 3rd ave., Nov. 6.10. affiliated with the National group, Evans, vice; Percy L.
Johnson candidates; Mrs. Preston
of the county. Association of Real Estate Brok. Johnson, executive secretary, ti
youth The Poinclana Park School ere, Inc.Sbown. L. Tlllman, auxiliary mem. Cliff Baker, treasurer and Mrs.
The national theme of the will present Its demonstration at ber, J. A. Summon, member of Cliff: Baker, president of the i
Schools Time American Furniture Co., 2300 In the picture are: board; Mr*. J. R. Taylor, auxiliary auxiliary. .
"Your :
week Is:
NW 62nd St. Seated, Mesdames J. A. Sum member, Preston L. Tlllman, t a
for a Progress Report. mons, Booker T. Dunn, Rudolph president Trl-County Real Estate The group will meet on Sun.
Many of the schools will sponsor Other schools participating Pullom and Cliff Baker, members Board J. R. Taylor, one of day at" p.m. at the home of
student speakers for civic with live store 'window exhibitsare of the auxiliary, Miss E. C. the founders of the National Mrs. Booker T. Dunn, 1028 NW
club meetings and luncheonsand : Cutler Ridge. Oulfitream, Thomas, Mesdames Bernard I I Association, Rudolph Pullom and 3rd ave. All persons Interested
other activities for local Perrlne and South Miami Balllou and William Chapman, I Julius Smith, board member In real estate and allied ftolfa t
business and civic leaden. Heights, members of the board, and lUre, I Not shown are: Dennis Smith, are Invited. .


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I Phyllis WheatleyClub 1 THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

'I VFW Highlights MeetsThe SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1961 PAGE

; .
Phyllis Wheatley Art and ;t11
I James Lucas eat with the attorney Social Cub met during the monthof
t for VFW Post 6693 and assisted October at the homes of Mrs.
, t in drawing the charter for Margaret Adderley and Mrs.
this post to be incorporated. Josephine Baker. Both meetingswere
I, This will be a corporation within inspirational and members
the post with the purpose of enjoyed delicious repasts. The
purchasing property, building president Mrs Willie Sparkman t
brought highlights from the executive _
and financing property then 'P l ___
f turning I it over to the Post free board meeting of the .:
I'' and clear of any debts. Slate Colored Women's Clubs
which met at Ocala. The members -i
: Corporation officers will be of the Phyllis Wheatley | \
I I the same officers of this post and I Club are cordially inviting
will; serve for one year having friends to their annual tea at ,
, i been duly elected by the post Mary Elizabeth Hotel Fiesta \, ? .
! 1 members. Room, Sunday, Nov. 12, 4-6 A '
I program featuring Phyllis a.
, I This same group of members Wheatley School choral group
: f have purchased for VFW Post and Northwestern High School "
I 6693 lots 35 and 36 of block 10 octett will be presented. -______ ...___0 '__' _'_ _.__0" _' _'; 'j 1
" in Magno'ia Subdivision in the Mrs. Willie F. Suarkman, Brenda Williams, daugnter of
\ city of Opa Locka. Future plans president.Thompson. Mrs. Rowena Williams was runner
call for building of a post home -up for the coveted crown of lnlM4if
l' on this site. It will be used by Elected Little MLss Fashionetta. Brenda
the post, the
ladles auxiliary and
is a 5th grade student at Orchard
youth groups as a meeting Villa Elemenary School.
place and recreation hall Band Director

nOATIUDB I Dudolph Thomuson, well known NoticeThe
f
trumpet player in the Miami Dade County Young Demcratlc .
I Entertainment chairman, Edward
I area, was unanimously elected Ass'n will meet at 636 NW
Drown states that tickets I! director of St. Agnes' Cornet Nov. 6..,
! really in demand tor the 2nd ave., 8 p.m. Monday,
are .
Band at a special election meetIng Agenda: Endorsement of candidates
I coming Moonlight: Sail on the at St. Agnes' Parish Hall final report on each party.E. : t
I s.s Dreamboat sailing on the Mr. Thompson promises to add A. Ward, president \; .. k
i of Nov. 11. The tickets,
evening
;
,
life
new and develop the band to Ruby Thomas, secretary
r are limited and are going fast. d point where it will be regard. a
,r See any member and secure your od as the leading church band in
ticket for this fine affair before the southeast Florida area. NOTICE UNDER '
:
l the allotted amount is gone. Re. r r$ .
r freehmenta and music will be on St. Agnes' Danw held its formal FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
hand. rehearsal i' :
under
its new NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
director Oct. 27 at the Hall. .
WE NEED MEMBERS the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious
Roy MoCormes of 2530 NW Fall and FashionFall name of: In Fine
153rd st, who is the junior vice'' SNACK WAY Whiskey. .
, commander and also chairman of that time of year when 6595 NW 17th Ave.
' membership says, "We are Dade nature decides to change her Miami, Florida FLEISCHMANN'Sis
County's only Negro post. We green plumage; to the harness intend to register the said name
are active, our programs are of brown, orange and gold is the with the Clerk of the Circuit
benefit to veterans, the community .. time when you 1 adieu and gents Court of Dade County, Florida. BIG \
non-veterans and our also get the urge to view new Winston and Norman Foster the buy !
school program and scholarshipsare fashions. Fashionetta'a "A Tapes. Owners :_ra. I ttJ MlltylZiStS7'97W
second to none in this ar' a. try of Fall Fashions," will pre Oct. 28, Nov. 4.11.18, 19611oC1r2A.
We need the help and assistance'
: sent you with Just! such an opportunity .
of every eligible veter'.n of The latest from the : ,
foreign wars. Help us to continuethis world of Dior and Jean Desses
work by a membdrshlp in will be brought to us by Helen For SaleFive ieI/yotIwhyl .
the VFW. Just" phone >IU 1-3836 Williams, outstanding: model of room home, conveniently '3 0
for details. color. Many of our local models located in the downtown area at BLENDED WHISKEY 00 PROOF CB% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS

will also entertain as well. as enlighten fenced 1653 NW for 6th Ave. Completely THE FLEISOHMANN DISTILLING CORPORATION, NEW YORK CITY
you.Where privacy. Reasonably
"' priced, Terms can be arranged
.4)i is this to take place At with responsible purchasers so
I Bayfront Park Auditorium on that monthly payments will be I
Nov. 3 at 8 p.m. If you do not less than rent. Phone Mr. Walk
;':: 04p already have your ticket hurry er, owner, at TU 8-4585 It has been proven Advertising pays off!
to the nearest member of Alpha Nil
Kappa Alpha Sorority. Rememberthis ...11 l ,

<";f'. ... ..:..".;.... 0. ., ,.,...: i '", evening dancing will after be Fashionetta.highlightedwith WL "WInIlll_
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the arrlvel of their son,
\ Isaac Carance: II' Oct. 15 at

I .r- weighed Jackson! 6 Memorial Ibs. 7} ounces.Hospital. He i One of the fastest growing areas in Dade County .

f Mother and baby are doing
.', fine at home 6814 NW 18th ave.
;: The many friends of Rev. and I Aerojet has leased land near DREAMLAND/

r Mrs. Mlckins join them in deep

William known L. Dawson conductor, international'y and- Nathaniel appreciation Colston and ,thanks the attending to Dr. j ESTATES A new community is being born.

composer, won wide acclaim on physician, for outstanding service
Oct. 19 at Baltimore, when he rendered the family during
conducted the All-Maryland: chorus the recent months. His service
of 275 voices at the opening extended far beyond the call of : $10 $10

association session of the convention.State Educators'Dagon duty. Down Monthly I Ii

has wide experience with Festival
groups, having conducted in i
Oklahoma, Kentucky, North AKA SORORITY i

Carolina Minnesota., Florida-ANP, photo.New' York and PRESENTS H ACRES $795



BroadwayExtravaganza FASHIONETTA"A Tapestry of !I However, this 1 land has now greatly increased in value, I.


Fall Fashions" ; and the price is $795 for only approximately 30 days


Nov. 30 Bayfront Park Auditorium i longer. We reserve the right to limit the amount we


B. Ti WASHINGTON Friday, Nov. 3rd i will sell at this price. Make your choice NOW. Come
AUDITORIUM f I

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i Act NOW! Ask about our Xmas LayAway Plan I
1520 N.W. 62nd Street ii

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Schools Observe AmericanEVANS Education Week



class spellbound, bne I rents may visit all classes.

ELEMENTARYGetting I the science of motivating While parents are visiting
excellent way
was classes, they will discover what
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA children In a science class
his subject
does
a man on the moon by the instructor: Johnny in mat

would be quite an achievement I PAGE 2 ''SATURDAY' NOVEMBER 4, 1961 demonstrated of the science "suggestion ter areas.

however that was not the pur- the use box" or "guess what box". Fo.lowing. the class visitations,

poise! of Dr. Lambert and his Science surprising how much interest everyone will assemble' in the

Space Show last week. G. W. CARVERThe FLORAL HEIGHTSThe It was was created among the auditorium where a program i
Nevertheless the students and centered around the main theme

teachers enjoyed the "being at school recently completedIts first months of school at adults. EL Atkinson, AWard -, whl! be witnessed.The .

Cape Canaveral" feeling. This reevaluation activities. The Floral Heights have been filled Teachers B. Jackson and M. main theme for American

show proved to be Informative school was commended for its with excited first graders many a round of applause Education Week is "Your School;
deserve
entertaining and quite an educational pioneer efforts in being the first leaving home for the first time; Graham for the splendid work. Time for a Progress Report."

experience. school to attempt an evaluative graders seeking new horizons; I did Parent-Teacher On each day with the exception

We'd like to take this opportunity study on the area of motivation.Last happy second third and fourth that they on Without their of Sunday and Saturday MM

to thank our many friends I and blushing six graders, with I Conference Day. the Miriam D' Pratt, has sCheduledspeakers
fall Carver faculty : he.p, as hosts and hostesses,
who joined us In our annual the eager eyes looking and working

boat ride and made It a very chose the problem "Improving towards junior high school. :I conference would not have beenas James A. Simmons, principal
successful affair. Instruction at O. W. Carver High Parents, parents, and more successful as it was.

PTA Conference day was a I School Through Increased Motivation parents attended the first PTA Mary F. Williams, principalD.

well attended rewarding effort. I Improved .Guidance Ser- meeting of the year. There were RIcardo Thomas IV, UM Foreign

Over 400 parents came out to i vices and Better use of the Library more than 300 parents seated reporter 1

confer with the teachers of their Services." They felt that and about 40 standing. Each pa. Students at NDHS

boys and girls. The parents of I motivation and guidance are rent enjoyed the well planned Foreign students from the "
6th students I two of the most paramount problems with DUNBAR
grade were givena meeting. Mr. Turner's class Miami ;F
University of telling about
treat as the teachers greeted in the learning situation. 19 present won the to
parents Dunbar is extending you countries will
I their native \ them wlh A well prepared and
The visiting committee head attendance banner. our special invitation to join
an effectively carried out pro : the week-Jong observance
Americans over
ed by Dr. Mahlon Rhaney of with million of
gram. The personnel who specialized The PTA's annual Hallowe'enparty annual of American Education Week at
Florida A and M began vast country In the
In fields other than classroom University held Monday, Oct. 30, will our Senior
American Education North Dade Junior- High
work Monday afternoon Oct. observance of
for
teaching acquainted the be the conversation topic
parents with the services they 16 and completed its study Wed weeks to come. Funny faces, Week, Nov. 611. School during the week of No.

render. Working with us for the nesday Oct. 18. Jack-oTlanterns, witches and The highlight of the observanse vember 5.

first time at I at Dunbar will be on Tuesday, A reception in the cafeteria
are Mrs. Esada! Anders, Manatee I. Bannerman principal goblins all had fun fishing
school Mrs. Iona candied apples, Nov. 7 when we will have a Nov. 11, in hotu
nurse; Dukes of the school accepted the the pond eating will be given on

:art consultant and Mrs. J. A. commendations and recommenda. cotton candy, peanuts, snow Family Supper for parents or of the foreign guests as North
Stineon librarian. balls delicious hot dogs. pupils and teachers beginning at
tions and
presented by the visiting ends its week of activities
Dade
If the first PTA meeting is an committee and assured all The second PTA meeting of 6 p.m. After enjoying the repast
Indication of a successful year, cerned that corrective measures con the year will be held Nov. 7 parents are Invited to visit class with the.dayts. theme "Time to

Llllle C. Evans will have one. vould be instituted immediately rather than the second Tuesday.The rooms and observe the type of Look Outside Our Gorders.

We'd like to thank the many wherever deficiencies occurred. officers of the PTA for work displayed, about the roomsas The general school observance,

parents and friends who came out. '61-62 are: President, Mrs. well as In the individual Centered around the theme,

and shared this delightful evenIng BUNCHE PARK Thelma Holmes; treasurer pupils' folders. This will give a "Time for a Progress Report,"

with us. Our theme this George Kllpatrlck: ; chaplain picture of the curriculum pro- wide bulletin

year Is the same as the National j We express our thanks to our Mrs. Sanders and Mrs. Hardie; gram of the school. At approximately will include school dien

theme: "Find Strength Through many parents who made our and reporter Mrs. Albertha 7:30, we will reassembleIn hoard displays a store front -

Enlistment." Mrs. Sweeting I Parent-Teacher Conference Daya Caldwell. the cafetorlum to hear Dr. G. 'nv. radio broadcasts, church

district PTA president, gave the huge success. More than 450 Grace B. Albert, principal W. Hawkins, leading profession. vMtwtlona. a panel dlsniwton'

group) some very Inspiring re conferences were held betweenthe I al man, civic morker and salute to teachers and students

marks, concerning Parent Teacher hours of 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. churchman talk on the subject, anti a r*>n 'ral oven house.

Associations. A social hour of Congratulations ORCHARD VILLA i "Time to Work Together." Tn oWrvance of Sundav'g
to Mrs.
E.
games and refreshments follow.pd. Music for this Test ConvlcMops. .
Jones and portion of the them. "Time to
baby girl
<
Joycelyn
Elaine. African Diplomat lIon. Remi program will be provided by the ." North Parte'tes' will attend -
The school. patrols had Joycelyn is the fourth In De Fanl Kiyode attorney and
a very series 4th grade group directed by Sunday ,x"hnnHfl, and church
a of
Impressive Installation' service'on baby girls born to leader of the Western House of
discussion
Bunche Park Mrs. Sallye Oates, music teach. as PTonns. Afternoon !
Monday. These boys and girls Faculty members Nigeria, was the guest of the er. in church youth meetings will be
'Under the guidance of Thomas during this school year. fifth and sixth graders. Mr. Ki. centered around "Th Pn'e of
Look for posters and small exhibits
Vogue and Miss Johnnie Allenare yode discussed industry and edu. "
The committee for in Student's Life.
American in the stores In our school Religion a
: doing a wonderful job. Education cation of Lagos Nigeria. A panel
Week has made will tell
final
district. These too a
American Education Week is plans for AEW which will be of interesting and stimulating "Time to Decide on Essent! 'a's"
ob. about the curriculum offer.
story
'here again with this years' served Nov. 511. The questions were asked by pupils. Monrtav theme will be hlehlUhtprt -
commit. and the activities of
'theme: Your Schools: Time for tee ha sought He also! taught the school assembly ings special through a panel dl-cus lon
'a Progress! Report. There Is resouce persons Dunbar. Do come out and visit
an of his In a
for our part native tongue. "What ore the Essentials
assembly and
Individual for dally devo with us on Tuesday!! Nov. 7 beginning
topic each day.Sunday's tions who will depict Overall the diplomatic relation School Carrifnlum." moderated
the themeof at 6 Mrs. M. B.
topic Is "Time to Test ship p.m.
the day.Below was quite educational. bv RPV. L. Wootpn.
Our Convictions." Bullard Is AEW chairman; Richard
Monday Time to Decide on.. are dally themes a n dguest The American Education committee Cook, cochairman.Mr. School board members and na-
pans: an Interesting program rents will be received as Dade.
speakers:
Essentials. At attended the State
this time Dr. Adams
for its school and commun them
Monday "Time to Decide UPS observe the dallv
Richard Chambers on and .
University of meeting of principals supervisors
ity during the week of Nov. 5- "
Essentials Mra. "Tlm to Work Together on
A. Sturmer
Miami, will the speaker at a coffee 11. There will be displays of held last Thursday and
speaker. TUfsday.'Wpdne"daYt.
hour In the brief.
library. He
Friday In Tallahassee.
students work as it relates to station
Tuesday "Time to Work radio
Tuesday "Time to Work
To
the general
ed the faculty on
gether." Together" Father E. Clark the language arts program. These WFUN will be available to broad
offerings but was very
various projects will be display program material
Wednesday -- "Time to Ex. speaker. cast to the community,
the suggestion offered
pleased over
plore New Ideas". Kenneth Wil Wednesday "Time To Ex. ed at some of the local community to the effect that In the in currlcu.

liam, candidate for city commissioner plore New Ideas", Atty. James I stores. Creativeness, tarn anddeinstruction at North
future all reports concerningthe
will speak. Open House W. Matthews speaker. 'I'' originality and educational de achievements of the public Dade and pans for additional
sign can be found in each
8-9:30 a.m.Thursday Thursday "Time to Salute pro school children in this state be changes! as! North Dade observes"
ject.
"Time to Salute Good Teachers Mrg. A. Pink "Time to Explore New Ideas.
Clora Pearsall principalI. given in a single: report, since
speaker.
ney out-
Good Teachers. Strachan the same type of program of education Aalute will be paid to
reporter
Friday "Time to Pay The The faculty will also select Is being offered all stan'Hner' students and teachers
Price for Excellence." and honor the teacher of the children. on Thursday and Friday as the

Saturday "Time to Look day.Friday Dunbar children had fun on school observes "Time to Salute
Outside Our Borders." "Time to Pay The LIBERTY CITY Teachers" and "Time to
last Tuesday at the gala Hallowe'en Good
A'l parents and friends are in Price For Excellence," Mrs. D. .
Excellence.
Testing do not disturb. To Party held after school. Pav the Price for
Wright
vlted to come and visit 0 u rschool speaker. time
some of of us, the word testingIs We will tell you next week about, Station WMBM is allotlng
at time but here is Our special events include
any a
,i a symbol which sets off an the prize winners for special for a salute to the outstanding
special Invitation to visit during PTA and Open House on Mon- j'I
costumes. students.
alarm. Thanks to
American Education Week. The day Nov. 6 at 8 p.m. our testing are
'. of displays
AEW Committee, chaired by Miss As a culminating actvity facul .1' chairmen, Mrs. Ethel Wilkinson, j Several for types the week among
Mrs. Constance Sandllands planned
'Gwendolyn Graham has done members will visit the andthe
a ty follow. I MAYS HIGH for church,
which displays
I are
thorough job in planning such an Ing churches: Mt. Hermon AME, I! grade group coordinators at and general
effective program. First Baptist, and St. Phillips LCE, our boys and girls have "Back to School Night" will classroom: displays

Mess GUI, principal Catholic Church.
Alexine Delancy, reporter Remember the PTA Talent learned that a test: either print. Week activities early next OPEN HOUSE'

Show on Nov. 10 which will be ed or teacher-made, is just another week at the Mays High School Classrooms will be opened for

held in the cafetorlum. We are step in the direction of when parents don their bobby. public visitations Thursday

BroadwayExtravaganza counting on you to make this affair helping to solve! classroom prob sox and knitted sweaters to answer night Nov. 9 as the school pays
lems.
a success. i I the ringing of the first bell. tribute to its teachers during the
Mrs. R. J. Vickers reporter I This week students went The first bell will chime at 7:30: observance of American Educa
Mrs S. S. Lambert principal "trick or treating" but unlike
tion Week.
the years In the past they had p.m.An
actual day's work will observancethe
During last year's
Nov 30 unselfish goals in mind
: to help challenge parents Wednesdaynight school recognized Principal

B. T. WASHINGTON MIAMI TIMES: ADS friends provide who treats for their little as they follow their child'rev's Charles D. Wyche as "Educatorof
were less fortunate
schedules. In a
The class periods the Year" hailing him
AUDITORIUM DON'T COST THEY PAY than they. problably will last from seven to program entitled. "This is Your
I Once again Dr. Kendrick
held nine minutes In order that pa. Life.
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Phyllis WheatleyClub THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

Highlights MeetsThe ;j SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1961 PAGE


Phyllis Wheatley Art and
James Lucas eat with the attor. Social Club met during the monthof ,r
October at the homes of Mrs.
ney for VFW Post 6693 and assisted
In drawing the charter for Margaret Adderley and Mrs.
this post to be Incorporated.This Josephine Baker Both meetingswere te
will be a corporation within inspirational and members
t the post with the purpose of enjoyed delicious repasts. The
purchasing property, buildingand president, Mrs. Willie Sparkman
financing property then brought highlights from the ex.
ecutive board meeting of the _
turning It to the
over Post free
and clear of State Colored Women's Clubs ,
debts.
any \I\
which met at Ocala. The mem* ,; L [tI
Corporation officers will be bers of the Phyllis Wheatley i
the same officers of this post and Club are cordially inviting I' ( _
will !serve for one year having friends to their annual tea at k
been duly elected by the post Mary Elizabeth Hotel Fiesta \ N __ -
members. Room, Sunday, Nov. 12, 4.6. A btk
program featuring Phyllis
' This same group of members Wheatley School choral group ,
have purchased for VFW Post and Northwestern High School -1
5693 lots 35 and 36 of block ,.',,..'
10 octett will be presented. ------- -< -- -- --
in Magno'ia Subdivision in the Mrs. Willie F. Suarkman, i I Drenda Williams, daughter of
, city of Opa Locka.
* Future plans president Mrs. Rowena Williams was run.
:A call for building of a post home ner-up for the coveted crown of
; on this site. It will be used by Thompson Elected Little MLss Fashlonetta. Brenda
<" the post, the
ladles auxiliary and
. is a 6th grade student at Orchard
youth groups as a meeting Villa Elemenary School.
place and recreation hall Band Director .:

; nOATRIDB: I Dudolph Thomuson, well known I Notice

Entertainment chairman, Ed trumpet player In the Miami I The Dade County Young Demcratlc '
I area, was unanimously elected Asa'n will meet at 636 NW ..bi
ward Drown states that ticketsare \
really in demand for the i director of St. Agnes' Cornet 2nd ave., 8 p.m. Monday Nov. 6. :---------i
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Band at a special election meetIng Agenda: Endorsement of candl .
coming Moonlight: Sail the. .
on
\ at St. Agnes' Parish Hall a
each
Dreamboat dates, final report on party
the
s.s sailing on Mr. Thompson promises to add
E. A. Ward, president
of Nov. 11. The tickets, a
evening
new life) and develop the band to Ruby Thomas, secretary \
are limited and are going fast. ;a aIn \
d point where it will be regard \
See any member' and secure your ed as the leading church band In
ticket for this fine affair before the southeast Florida area. NOTICE UNDER
the al'otted amount is gone. Re.
frechments and music will be on St. Agnes' Banw held its formal FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
hand. rehearsal under its :
new NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that .. .
director Oct. 27 the
Hall.
at .
WE NEED MEMBERSRoy the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious .
MoCormes of 2530 NW Fall and Fashion name oftSNACK: Fine
153rd st., who Is the junior vice' WAY Whiskey. .
commander and also chairman of Fall that time of year when 6595 NW 17th Ave.
membership says, "We are DadeCounty's nature decides to change her Miami, Florida FLEISCHMANN'Sis
only Negro post. We green plumage to the harnessof intend to register the said name
are active, our programs are brown, orange and gold, is the with the Clerk of the Circuit
benefit to veterans, the com.. time when you ladiaj: and gents Court of Dade County, Florida. BIG
munlty, non-veterana and our also get the urge to view new Winston and Norman Foster the buy !
school program and scholarshipsare fashions Fashlonctta's "A Tapes. Owners ..w..w IItNNINN}
second to none in this arva.. try of Fall Fashions," will pre Oct. 28, Nov. 411.18, 1961 .
We need the help and assistance sent you with just!! such an op. ... 7aSf willielyotiwhyl
of ... ,
every eligible veter'.n of portunity. The latest from the ';( r"" 7/le fllSf
foreign wars. Help us to continuethis
world of Dior and Jean Desses
work by a membership in will be brought to us by Helen For SaleFive .
the VFW. Just phone MU 1.3836 Williams, outstanding model of room home, conveniently JY 0
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for details color., Many of our local models located in the downtown area at BLENDED WHISKEY 1 00 PROOF CB% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS
will also entertain well 1663 NW 6th Ave, Completely
as as en. THE FLEISOHMANN DISTILLING CORPORATION, NEW YORK CITY
fenced for
lighten you.Where privacy. Reasonably
priced Terms can be arranged
Is this to take place At with responsible purchasers so
Bayfront Park Auditorium on that monthly payments will be ,
Nov. 3 at 8 p.m. If you do not less than rent. Phone Mr Walk
already have your ticket hurry er, owner, at TU 8-4585 It has been proven Advertising pays off!
to the nearest member of Alpha Nil
Kappa Alpha Sorority. Rememberthis .... I .
evening will be highlightedwith
dancing after Fashlonetta. rnw: JroIll...


New ArrivalRev. J DREAMLAND ESTATES

and Mra. I. C. MIcklns an.
nounce the arrive! of their son! ,
Isaac Carance: II' Oct. 15 at

welghpd Jackson 6 Memorial Ibs. 71% ounces Hospital lIe I One of the fastest growing areas in Dade County .

Mother and baby are doing

fine The at many home friends 6814 NW of 18th Rev. ave.and I Aerojet has leased land near DREAMLAND

Mrs. Mickins join them in deep

tional'y William known L. Dawson conductor! intern and* Nathaniel appreciation Colston and ,thanks the attending! to Dr. I ESTATES A new community is being born.

composer, won wide acclaim on physician, for outstanding ser
Oct. 19 at Baltimore, when he vice rendered the family during
conducted the All-Maryland: chorus the recent months. His service
of 275 voices at the opening extended far beyond the call of : $10 $10
session of the State Educators' duty. Down Monthly'
association convention. Damon I II i ii
has wide experience with Festival i
groups, having conducted in i iI
Oklahoma, Kentucky, North AKA SORORITY I
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BroadwayExtravaganza "A Tapestry of I! However, this land has now greatly increased in value, I,

Fall Fashions" ; and the price is $795 for only approximately 30 days


Nov. 30 Bayfront Park Auditorium i longer. We reserve the right to limit the amount we


Bf. Ti AUDITORIUM WASHINGTON Friday, Nov. 3rd !I will sell at this price. Make your choice NOW. Come


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4 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 1961 In Appreciation .,, For RehlHOUSE. .. ,I FOR SALE I j

It BEAUTIFUL CBS house, corner !
I am taking this anethod'of'ex. NICE NWE60t1lS., TtJn 8 4206X lot 3 edrooDlsp.orlda. room,
tending my gratitude ind.. api .2236... 2 baths 1444 ,,NW' 44th.. St.
predation to kind rivisitttton IpyEL Y' $22 per week. NE 5-6943 ,
,
workers for their purchase Own
donation, gifts, especUlJy theIr' Will apply rent, no to down payment. 2 HOUSESvj: erson, with small or
prayers. Special ,th iirq] to my your 5i5566.home Excellent location. medium, _steady Income 'can
Rev. Crochran and mem*, NE make ,
pastor, qualify. Will terms to suit
bers of First Baptist Ohurth of Smaller"house $20. buyer; call or .'contact owner at
Main Office at 0740 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone OX 1-O421
Lincoln City Elder Carterandfamily Quiet 138? NW 75th Tern PL 73336.
home.
llrnnch at 11 12 ,N.W. Third Ate., Miami', Florid*-Phbhto Fit 3-2230 St. Arthur's Chapter No. ROOM' In private.Private bath and : Nl
the neighborhood. .. t'
141 OES Freetown Court, Single or '
II E. SIC.IS.MUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher United Enterprise, St. Arthur's kitchen 3120 privileges.NW 67th St. Call LOVELY bedroom' 'mbrtgage
GARTH C. ItKlSVRS, Managing Editor Blue Lodge, my social clubs. Individual OX'oupla.6.3946 after 7 p.m. during arranged. Many .* extrasF8ma11;,
: are too numerous for Sunday.E. down payment. Worth" seeing I
Entered ns Second Obus jtt'r-Aug118t 9, 1 927ahe Post 'Office publication at this time, but week or any time 1924 NW.. Stir, j ht. Extra 'lot

at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1870nf words are Inadequate to express PICARD available] '., ...\t, '
my appreciation. All i can say Rental'Agency I
!Mrmber Associated Negro i'retw -- from the depth of my heart Is Rental collections; property FRAME, bedroom, 2 bath,
.
Member of the National Newspaper Publisher Aaotiatlon thank you. I 1 Management real estate front porch, 'large Fla. room, 1.
My husband, Reese Warren, 1226 N.W. 3rd Ave., FR 7-2 90J car garage, furnished with 1
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Joins me In saying. "Thankyou. bedroom apt. attached, corner
ONE YEAR $:S.OO SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 ." We are asking God's richest LARGE ROOM for nice single or lot 50 x 100, 1300 NW 43rd St.
blessings on each and everyone couple. One child: accepted. 1831 Open by appointment, NE 6-4605
I I' of you. NW 49th St. NE 38746. except Sunday afternoon 2:30: .
Let us hoar the conclusion of the whole matter: Fear God and keep Mrs. Oussle Mae Warren j -- 530.: N25
Ills Commandments: for this is the whole duty of man-KccL 12:1. I: REAL NICE furnished efficiencies.
Downtown area. $13 per GOOD lawn mower 2 rugs, end
THE DEEP SOUTHThe week, Utilities Included. NE table, reasonable. PL 49098.
ClassifiedWANTED 40500.. N11
Negro in America has since his emancipation HOUSE, northwest, corner CBS

been treated like a stepchild, and for /the most part although FURNISHED APT. Reasonablebig ,plus cottage, 2 porches, furnish.ed .
dissatisfied he has yard. Call OX 1.2426. patio, car Orte, good terms,
plodded along
faithfully, 4700 NW 15th Ct. PL 8-1730.
prayerfully and hopefully.He '
3 ROOMS and bath. Duplex
has been always the last hired, and the first fired. EXPERIENCED real estate Water la furnished $12.50 weekly. 2-BEDROOM CBS, Fla. room,
His educational opportunities have always been inferior salesmen or women. 20 percent Call E. Picard Rental Agency.FR other buildings, large lot, land-
to those commission. P. O. Box 4134, Mi 72902. scaped. Monthly payments less
of his ,
white brethren, especially so in the Deep ami Beach, Fla. Ph. PL 7-8434. than rent with low down. Open.
South. ROOM near bus lines. 1044 NW 5328 NW 8th ave.
In this area, Nutri-BIo dis 60th St. PL 11113.APARTMENT. .
In many places even today, he is denied the right to tributor. Rapid growing and nationally NEW CBS. 935 NW 49th St. 3
cast his ,vote. Despite these handicaps he has made some advertised. Offers prestige I One bedroom. $15 bedrooms, hardwood floors, $600
progress in education, in business, professionally and po and security. Appointmentfrom I I 4190 NW 32nd ave. down. Open Sunday 1-5, MO
7-8 p.m. Nov. 10 at Carver 56870.
litically. Today the Negro is more alert than ever; he is YMCA, 5770 NW 15th Ave. 1.BEDROOM APTS. $16.50
fighting for that first class citizenship guaranteed him under N10 I $20 weekly, utilities tree, adults STORE and warehouse. CBS
the Constitution of the United States.In on'y 137 NW 25th St., phone 3000, sq. ft. Zoned B-3. 14 ft.e11lng. .
this BARBER who can finger wave day FR 7.2196, evening FR 3 phase. Large overhead
regard some progress has been made, but and process hair. 1490 NW 9.3530. door rear entrance. 5861 NW
there is still a long way to go. He has had to battle his 62nd st. PL 696-0785 after 8 I LOWEST RENT In town. 2- 17th ave. For Info call OX
way through the courts of the l land in order that he may p.m. City license required. bedroom apartment. $14. 3200 14532.
enjoy some of, the privileges that are rightfully his. i NW 47th St.FURNISHED.
I EXPERIENCED bar girl. Non. BY OWNER. CBS 2-bedroom
The Supreme Court of the United States has been drinker. Call mornings. Tropical ROOM, 2114 NW home, $400 down, 935 NW 47th I
his most Bar, 921 NW 62nd St. 56th St. Liberty City. Terr. PL 93318.
powerful
afn9"l :.... 1n A ...]__ _-weapon._ Since.. the. high. .. court's. deciwt .
it* j.vu-x: utCNtnng cyctji cgttnvji JJA puuuu schools U11. FOR RENT A LARGE 1 bedroom apt. Partly 1866 NW 47th St. Open Sunday I
constitutional, followed /by other court decisions striking 3-ROOM furnished, 1 bedroom apt. fur 15. Income property, 2 CBS
out segregation, ,he, has seen the dawn of' a new day. water furnished.cottages, $10 stoves weekly.and nished.10325. Adults, small baby. MU louses od 1 lot. 3 bedroom and 1

However there 569 NW 8th St. FR 72902. b'droom, $13,000. Terms to suit.
still
are barriers to overcome, and /the YOU NE 52405.
battle goes on, led largely by the National Association FURNISHED Interested In renting
for /the Advancement COTTAGE, Including a room in the Richmond Heightsarea
of Colored People. stove and refrigerator. Suitable ? Access to whole houfie. MISCELLANEOUS. Dinette set,

The appointment of a Civil Rights Commission has week,for which a gentleman Includes, $10 utilities.per 5.5909.All privileges, reasonable, CE $5$10; ; high-riser violin $15; bed tennis$12.racquet PL,

been a factor in revealing many unlawful conditions existing Inspect at 1401 NW 58th Terr. 8-1591.

in the deep South. This commission reports that in then call OX 62392. 2-BEDROOM: CBS house, 1961 DRIVE BY

some instances they find,it difficult to even obtain counsel ROOM HOUSE. NW 55th St. Call NE 3-6203 or LOVELY CBS home. Florida
Furnished. FR
$14 94922.
in Civil Rights cases and that they are often left at the weekly. Call E. Picard Rental' room, carporte. $400 cash. FHA
mercy of the courts. Agency, FR 7-2902. FURNISHED terms. Furnished or unfurnished
I efficiency. Free 744 NW 44th St. Broker PL
I In a recent report G. W. Foster, a law professor at FURNISHED light water. Private entrance. 8.2151.
the University of Wisconsin studying legal aspects of the 'rE'e gas, water Efficiency and electrlcty$14. 811 NW 66th St. PL 84273.

civil rights issue in /the South for more than two years, 4190 NW 32nd ave. 3.ROOM HOUSE. Furnished. LOOK LOOK LOOK

said, he was told by Southern white lawyers that it 3.ROOM DUPLEX weekly, Cal: E. Picard Rental$14 REAL DEAL. Ertra large house
1837 NW Agency, newly painted and 2 three
would be "economically calamitous them 5th FR 72902. room
to take ave. Newly
painted. $10 per houses, real clean. All hot and
such : ) week. Call:
cases. Picard
FR 72902. Rental Agency 3-RO Duplex. 1837 NW 5th cold water, very low rent, 1817-

Deep ,South States are spending hundreds,'of> thousands week.Ave. Newly Call Picard painted.Rental$10 per mation 1809-1805, 1811&NW NW 5th court.5th Ct.Infor

of :dollars every yearJtQ employ skilled ,lawyers to I cy- FR 72902. AgenOpportunity -

,defend ;Segregation;'They tint 'only are being,,used i inthe I, '1399 NW 5Ut' t 1 I
courts but also as consultants,,to legislators' drafting new St.
,
segregation: ( laws., Beautiful tiled
,
i room home.
: If
Naturally Negroes cannot compote\ with these financiers Open 115. CBS, completely you want to supplement

but many 'are doing whatever they" can to con furnished, sunken living time your income whole or part

tinue the struggle for first class citizenship, and in the room, barbecue, patio, outside $100, $200, $300 per
end they will win, because right will prevail over might. lighting, large fenced month. Come to free demonstration -

The times are changing and men will change with corner, low down payment. 5770 NW, Carver 15th Ave.YMCA Nov, Open House Sunday

them. BROKER FR 9-2647 10, 8 p.m. No door to door 2227 Forrest St.

In this fight for equal opportunities it .Is gratifying selling.HQMESJFQR. W. Hollywood, Fla.

to know that the Negro has many white friends helping $495 dwon $75 Mo.

him and many sympathizers, even though some are in T T I I I I l...... Beautiful custom built 3-

positions where it is wise for ;them to hold their peace. I ___ bedroom CBS fenced yard,

SALE tile roof, oak floors, many
HURRICANE HATTIEOur extras.

sympathy goes to Belize, British Honduras, that
was partly wiped out by Hurricane Hattie on Tuesday 3061 N.W. 70th Terrace
morning. Winds reported at 200 miles an hour struck the 2-bedroom duplex
Open
island leaving an estimated 250 dead and destroying 75 Beautiful Sunday 2 6 p.m. $595 down $78 Mo.

percent of its 31,000 inhabitants' homes.So 3-bedroom, 2 bath, built in kitchen 1 No closing costs
young, small cash down. FHA year
term. Furnished CBS duplex.
far more than lo"0 bodies have ,been-recovered
South of 54th This is
St. a
from rubble in Belize, Stann Creek and Key Caulker. -, 1424 N.W. 55th Terrace terrific deal.3bedrooms.

Water in the city was 15 feet high; ..
Open ,
Miami\ responded quickly to these needy people.On Large 2-bedroom Sunday 2-6 p.m.
2 bath
large baths
2
Florida ,
Tuesday night Mayor Robert King High made an down payment. room, low
$405 down
appeal for help, and help came. The Red Cross and other _
organizations got on the job. -0 Large 3-bedroom, 2 bath
Beer Bar CBS with carporte. No

Wednesday morning medical and other supplieswere Beer and Wine Bar. Very Nice qualifying, no closing costs.
on the way by air. Located in the new NW Move right in.
Sale.
U..e. area.
or Low
British and American naval ships took doctors, water down payment Call Harry ;
and other supplies to the stricken island.If Denny

you are interested in helping money may be sent Action Realty Inc. Why pay rent? Own your

,to the British Consulate, 732 Ingraham Bldg., Miami. own home. We will help

Two dropoff stations for food and clothing have been 253 N.W. 79th St. you with your financing.

setuP at the Carver YMCA Bandit. Zion PL PL7.8456 it.PAGE .
.. .. Baptist Church.. 74544l 283 NW 79th

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Thunder "To The \ 1 1 i iAILLL1111' ,, ( THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA .

Second World" I /0 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1961. PAGE 6

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'''';'.1';': ..,,-' --. -- I,' HOUSE FOR RENT 1791 NW 53rd St.

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Open 111-5

-0- Buy now and, qualify for

S, r* 3:bedrooms, 1 bath, fenced In, Homestead,\1 inption

Lt t awnings Spotless, CBS 2 bedroom
al'Oun.e.. In How.
kitchen
< equipped, Fla. room
t ard, }1.. Near Richmond Nt HeigUis attic fan and awnings, ,

iI Call CE a.0720. John Knowlo t EZ terms.

BROKER FR 9.2647
can, Zulu ex LUTIIULI-chief me' jun. Golden '>Vest") at the Metropoll. l -.........--........-...................
who won the,, tan, Opera
Nobel opening last Monday.
I Peace Prize for 1960, Is' >'. Redhead
a close friend of Damlta ,Jo flew
Church
Open Door of the into town l&St. week to entertain SOS
pastor, Rev. It *
C. at the
a{' McDowell. Luthull Is birthday party of Diplo-
a product
4Ile of the Congregational mat Hotel's Irving Cowan's wife.
Mission In Church She'll be on the Ed Sullivan
Africa ,. Harper' show
Magazine Sunday night.
has a very good article
on Howard -1 -
University in its No
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f'l...I ', 'I vember issue. Says Southern, leg. ESTELLE WILLIAMS writes
;" islators are trying their best to In from "the most interesting and
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get more federal funds for How beautiful No wonder
,,' <' ard country but she did
"Iii because they know that if it not fay where... nAr. .A..fJn.. .t.. ) "
Loses Its .. ...._ ____ ----- -- '"
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DORIS DORN Negroes would, be pounding on payers are happy that the
the doors of 'white Institution, sational 21-year-old colt 0)0)// the Englishseep
It
trying
j header was of dawn. A darkened to gain admittance. will campaign at Hlaleah
clouds
blanketed the -e- Gufatream
Parka
\ sun. Six people of the THi RAILROADERS this winter,
small CLU1J -
i( town of Peaceful Hills awaited made up of Atlantic Coast Line so cool !
death from employees is DOG PLAYERS
the firing squad of on a drive for a have found
the tyrannical ruler, Cobra, The headquarters building where out the program selections are
Conqueror. workers can relax between trips. far better than the tip sheet
,; ,In this The group headed by Baldy sold at the track for 60 cents. On M
scene of tension
and Thompson, R. W. Donaldson Tuesday night Colliers
did
pathos and
not
themes of life and death, Prof. Wilson pick a single
gave a Luau last winning qulniela in
peace and
aggression, and love Saturday night 10 races, while
at 1080 NW McGee
and 66th only had
hate powered St. two .
to great A Jet Magazine team is in Mrs. Chris Ingraham fit
heights. This was the substance the city (Wltlean)
Is
of doing a story on the ready to move in.
the"drama, "To The Second Cuban situation G reg to her new fabulous home at I
World g
superbly presented re Hamm, used to work for Miami IIRfl MTV fifith Q!. MIAmi
_cently_u__ by....h.the. _Mays .High DraWaudiences. Crown Dlatl'fbntn-------.u,..., t... __UW_. Lae L_ nas anotner "forgotten -prisoner"case. :
IU iUcaiIUD Derore four pacted manager of the Ebony Lounge Jimmie Lee Lamb has been
and Motel in Riviera, 'ust above In jail) 65 days awaiting trial on G RRQN
The dramatists handled the West Palm Beach Florida a slew of burglary charges.
play with professional excellence, Senator Spessard Holland scream, -
stimulating the Audiences to ed to high heaven when Martin -e- .
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tears Luther :
and breathless King was offered DADE
awe. the role COUNTY Junior Col.
of LED
"It was tremendous. All the a Georgia senator in the lege has 3,624 students
enroled: '
actors played: so well movie wonder, "Advice and Consent." '"I but only, 300 Negroes Go to ; (
Florence Holloway, Richmond people how much" bad taste college if you get the chance. A GINONDRYYII
Heights. can'thaw, said Holland. college grad will earn 1151,000
"The student who portrayed more in his )lifetime than a high w11/ /

Cobra.._11__.,. The L_ Conqueror__ L was ex ,....,...U.WILLIAM.. '.ft_ L.___ '"IlKD" _1IAIUUS, school grad! 1 ,
ueu.l.; Lae costuming was su. UAII ueeq UI r.or Six week., THE STATE
perb Is now in Coral Gables Beverage Depart.
-Joy Bryon, Liberty Hospital Veterans ment has charged the M
City. And the late Everett liquor Tlny's
"Both my husband Duller' mother is very ill in The chain with pride( fixing.
and
I 62nd St.
Jackson Athalle store and the
thought it Range jetted
was terrific. I saw it State Store
Into
town from are Involved .

and twice.William Doris Thompson Horn was was terrific good, business two weekends. ,Dana to Boston look in the on last the the Blanche women Calloway marching was for'peace one of (mix Cordon's Qin in a tall ,
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as usual Dorsey Chap.
-Mariqultls Gib at the
Torch

son Doris, Richmond Horn Heights.and William Thornton In man's WPB father-in-law last Friday 'I..was, Raymond burled Shrine needay ,Committee. of The Freedom has North-South: Wed iced drink-andyou will} too!)

dropped
Thompson, both ei-Dethune-COokman
senior Its
drama Illy white
tists handled the love story of County cage ace Junior, is high College on his Dade invited Ernie Davis policy'to again the Col.and Maid UNM W ML MX KITWVONI. WWII ftOM CUll M"001.
basketball
Anthony and Cynthia with deli team. He sees Increased lege All Star game here ChrIst. lotwrtitTiaiaiJiuuicoauJLftowcrornjiCOLLIERMIAMI
cacy and charm. Collie Jones dance atten mas. Ernie
at the Falcons will also! integrate
and games this
Bobby Waters, who alter season the Washington Redskin

'nated"ft...,. _fAt.ae. Cobra.JI___,... .controlled_ the -e- year as their first Negro player next, {I
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nu uynamlC force Pit. C
and WALTER 9IA2WIN43 Ml-
shocking power.Supporting ami U. prof who wrote the,con.
troverslal series on the Negro
this quartette in
thrilling with education, wrote an Interesting
performances were An. column in the
thony Corneal, Berry Sunday News on
Sweeting, Equality in Education
in
Claude which
Thompson, Oreatha Alex. he had to admit that
ander, Edna Thompson, Jewyll refugee Cuban students even the
Armstrong and J ames Coates. better shake from the school get a ESTATES

board than the Negro students
.
Leontyne Price, the Missis
MIAMI TIMES ADS slppl girl who made good in No taxes Free deed 30 day back
opera scored big money guarantee
singing the lead
DON'T COST THEY PAY role: in Puccini's "La Fanclulla Join the thousands who have already bought in ""
Del West" ("The Girl of The II County. 50 miles from Miami. Fabulous Collier
urn 1'111
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f HOLMES I "American Education Week."
AttentionYou
MIAMI FLORIDA
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On Tuesday of last Our program many
I to Faculty Committee, speakers and activities. We invite
PAGE 6 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1961R. are cordially invited Professional In
attend a battle of songs between Mrs. Marlon Davie, chairman, you to join school}|is devotions
Miami's own Six Trumpets featuring brought two Interesting reportsto each morning at and wor.
Maggie Ingram and the faculty meeting. "What Re. ship with us on Sunday, Nov. 12
R. MOTON BUSINESS MEETIN National Son of Thunder Sun- search Says Abouth Language at the Church of The Open

This has been an exciting and D.C. NOV. 30 day, Nov. 12 at Sailer's Chapel Arts" presented by Mrs. Mattie Door.
busy week for the members of AME Church, NW 27ht ave and Jones and Emerald Robersonand The Witches and Goblins had
Learner"by
the Moton family. On Monday, Washington, D.C. Congress. 48th st. at 8 p.m. "Helping The Slow lots of fun at Holmes on Tuesday
celebrated Hallowe'en man Charles C. Diggs Jr., stated Mrs. J. Bryant.
30 afternoon You should
Oct. we Ira McCall will be masterof
today that "the time Is ripe for Rev
Carnival.
the Hallowe'en teach been there.Congratulations.
with Physical Education have
American Negro businessmen to ceremony. Our
Pupils, parents teachers and Lowe, Smith) are
take of his ers (Manza,
advantage rising economic
enjoyable afternoon 2 Bro. to Louis Jackson
friends spent an Sponsored by Choir No. all out with the physical
while taking part In the status. This stature is due1arge'y Johnnie M. Mosley, president; going Should you pass the proud father of a baby
gala events of the day. to the ever-increasing Rev. H., J. Benson, pastor fitness program.for"a moment and boy, born Oct. 31.
our way pause
numbers of Negroes in business.
Added to the full scale plan. This observe our pupils as they per- T. C. Crowder, principalV.
comparatively segmentof
nlng already In progress are pro new R. Williams, reporter
the American society 'the Negro
and educational plans form.We PTA
vocative businessman' has problems Hair Weev TechnicianMrs. had a very successful
of American
for the celebration Parents came to
Day.
uniquely his problems
own Conference
6-12.
Week Nov. talk
Education Mrs. Francena, Rosa and her which we must solve together if school In great about numbers their to children Want to BuyA
Interesting we are to lend momentum to the with teachers
committee report an trend of social desegregation and If you did not make this
of events for the week the next copy of "God And The Ne.
schedule for
around the theme: economic in integration of the conference day plan gro" by the late Dr. A. P. holly'
centered '
Schools: Time For a Pro. Negro in the American way of a Must be in good condition. $5.00
"Your life. one.Mrs.. Crowder has returned after for the first copy. Call CE 2-0981

gress November Report.5 Faculty and "During the National Conference ,, having attended the confer or write Theodore Floyd. 932 W.
staff worship with members of on Small Business in Washington t'i,; : ence for principals in Tallahasseelast Edgely St., Philadelphia 22, Pat
Church of Christ in Nov. 30 thru December hii week. She reports having or send COD.
the Refuge
Government enjoyable and Informative
2, United States i had an
Perrlne.
November 6-10 Speaker agencies, leaders in private industry trip.
officers of national organizations ------------- .. ...
each morning as part of morning <::;c;;:: ;"<;;
and educators will I

devotions.November 8 Back to School meet with 250-300 progressive FINANCIALRESPONSIBILITY I
Night. This event will feature Negroes in the business field to

the use of vertical group block formulate realistic programs ACT
teaching which Is now In use at worthy' of adoption and organize I
14. Individual follow-up conferences across the
Moton In grades ,
,
classroom teaching will be car. country so that we can meet on A MUST IN FLORIDA I
ried on In 5 and C grades, In common ground and cope with !
cluding Instruction in the Educational the Issues as they arise. .
TV program. Culminatingthe "A by-product of the confer FOREMOSTINSURANCE I

night's activities will be a ence will be the Conference Paper I ab n'
panel discussion consisting of which will inform others as x
pupils and presentation of an to the outcome of the workshopsand

original skit on "A Progress Re future plans that will be Sallie Collins attende
designed to raise the status of AGENCY
In
port. the Hair Weev Convention
Negroes in business. New York City. She learned the
G. W. CARVER HIGH latest techniques in hair wee
FAMU PR MAN styling. If you have a hair wee '
American Education Week problem call her at the Moderi 2210 N. W 62nd St.
will be observed Nov. 511.. The SPEAKS' ATFONTAINEBLEAU istlc Beauty Salon, 826 NW 3rd .
overall theme for the'week is, I
ave. She will be happy to serv
Your Schools: Time For a Progress
Report." Charles J, Smith III, directorof you. Phone FR 4-9944 OX 6-2280
The following is an outline of public relations at FloridaA
each day's theme: and M University will be one
Sunday, Nov. 5 Time to Test of the speakers at the 37th annual Has all forms of insurance
Our Convictions. meeting of the Associated
Monday, Nov. 6 Time to Decide Collegiate Press which convenes Including
on Essentials. at the Fontainebleau Hotel Nov.
Tu'& day, Nov. 7 Time to 2-4. W4
Assigned Risk PolicyLOW
Work Together. "The Role of Student Publications
Wednesday, Nov. 8 Time to
in an Institution's Relations DOWN PAYMENT :
Explore New Ideas. Program" will be the ,subject of
Thursday, Nov. 9 Time to Smiths talk. Representatives of Good Bad No Credit?
Salute Good Teachers. Register Your
college and university
more than 1,000
Friday, Nov. 10 Time to publications are expectedto Talented Child LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS
The Price tod Excellence.
Pay
attendance at the con-
be in
Among the many activities Music, Dance or Art COME IN TODAY! TOMORROW MAY BE

planned for the week are a Conr fab.During the past summer, Fine Arts ConservatoryCarver TOO LATE
munlty Symposium, Nov. 5 and Smith was'' the ,winner of a Wall I
Open House, Nov. 7. Street Journal Newspaper Fund YMCA We are prepared to finance you! IA" I

Wilfred Bailey, a science Fellowship which provided for OX 6.0231
teacher, will stimulate our four weeks of epeclal study in
children's Interest in science an advanced communications
through a series of science dem- seminar at the University' of -

onstrations.We know. you are interested in He Minnesota holds the school bachelor of Journalism.of arts de :I

the progress of our school therefore gree in history' from TennesseeA BUY A HOME TODAY !
we (Shall look forward to and I State University and the I
having you share In one or more !
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CME's HOLD 89th Rev. D. W. Bass
conference
SESSION I director n. ?' Christian Education. Church of The Open Door I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
irTJackaon., Presiding elder (Congregational
......... ot Jacksonville ) SATURDAY NOVEMBER 9
T. R. district. ?, fiev. II. C..McDowell, pastor ; 4, 1961 PAGE
Wells! presiding elder 'A. E. ..
'..,4 the Miami district. ot I McNeal. reporter:

Mrs. Florence Belcher, annual The monthly meeting of the ::. :: :.. .: .: _'# ..._ ... v
9 Ord r conference president of the W.o. Deacons and Deaconesses Boards
man's Missionary Society was held Tuesday evening la the FOR SALE BRAND NEW:
Roosevelt Harris, annu'alDrown church lounge; also the trustees

ference E. T. lay leader., host minister.con same meeting place.Thursday night In the See this new style convertible home ., ;

Sunday, Nov. 5 there will be Located on corner 01,1 M. .

St. ''Paul Woman's I Holy of ,new Communion members. and The Reception week of N.W. 31st Ave. and 59th St.

Day Nov. 6-8 Women's State wide
Chairlady
Fellowship will be held at Avon Easy Terms Bank FinancedNo

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eral of our ladles plan to attend.
I' Sunday, Nov. 12 Miss Gladys OPKX SUNDAY 0 A.M. TO 5 P.M.
Pointer, YWCA director will be
i the speaker for Women's Pel- C. C. Wynne, Builder JE 1.6902CANDIIMTE
) lowshlp service of Rededication .
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The Florida Annual Confer.
ence of the Christian Methodist
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Episcopal Church will hold its
89th session at the Trinity CME .
Church, located on the corner of d.M
4th St. and 6th Ave., Nov. 7-12.
Bishop. E. P. Murchison of
Chicago, presiding bishop of the
side.5th Episcopal District, will pre H

Theme of the conference: 'New

Life Through Christ." MRS.: CLARICE OARNEflAY
Rev. R. O. Bass, minister of I
The women of St. Paul AME .
Church Ind.
Israel CME Gary, Church '
will preach the Missionary sermon cordially invite you to
their 17th annual
Friday. Mrs. E. P. Murchi- Woman's Day
celebration .on Nov. 12. 0 n e ofMiami's
the of
bon will addressa women
outstanding leaders will
the conference.
speak at the morning worship.A .
Tuesday 11 a.m. The Lord'eSupper. 4 +
7 pm., keynote address, >unique program la: planned forth
service.
( evening
Rev. S. A. Cousin, minister of
the Greater Bethel AME Church.
9:30: banquet. The public/; is In- TEMPLE BAPTIST

vited.! llfv L A. Thompson pastor

Saturday Youth Day. Sunday School....................... 9:31: '"
Sunday 11 a.m. Sermon, Morning Worship ................ 11:01: J..
Bishop E. P. Murchison. 3 p.m., Evening Worship .................... 7:3: .
reading of the appointments. B. T. U. .........................' ......... 6:3(

The annual Woman's Day Turkey
Dinner will be served at the
Ihurch Saturday beginning at

noon. Donation 100. Membersand ..
friends are invited. Deliverywill
be made if desired. _:
First Sunday services will bas
usual. The choirs will sing
jointly, and the Lord's Supper .
will be administered during the E
} morning and evening. "Vv \
a .* .. f Wednesday, Nov. 8 a meetingwill
be held, when Mrs., C. DAVID, T.
Watts, state worker for the National ...
Baptist and Sohthern Bap ,
I.!t Convenions, will\ be special l
invited guest. Churches of the KENNEDYIS
Atlantic Coast Association in this
area will participate. The public
is invited.
YOUTHFULKENNEDY
It's The women of Temple are goIng -
all out to. make their 6th
The Fit annual Woman's Day, Nov. 12a ,
That Makes grand affair. Chairman A.
The Newbold and cochairman M.
DifferenceAlterations L. t Hall, along with their captains,
are pushing every effort to make
Remodeling this another banner occasion.
EAST COAST TAILORS The Red Circle and Sunshine IS FAIR AND IMPARTIALKBNNEDY
Band, Mrs. M. Hepburn, director
717 N.W. 62nd St. ,
will present a program at
PL 8.3901 3:30: p.m. Sunday,
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA bleu in Brown Sub." Here I haveto
agree, for the Hampton Announcing the opening of Liberty City1 most
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1961 House is really exquisite and the Store
Hardware
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have heard and more. JOE'S HARDWARE & PAINT STORE

JIMMIE REEVES will kill me 1605 NW 62nd Street Phone 696-4055

when he reads this, but I'm gon We carry a complete line of hardware, paint, housewanM
na fool him and show up at the
Around Miami
Oafe Society one night. real electrical, plumbing, fishing and toys
I soon. We cut window glass and make keys

fl CHARLES HADLEY, our Sepia If;you need anything for your home we have It

__ By DAVE BONDU mayor, phone to tell me that If you are a mechanic, shop at Joe's. Our prices are
the signs of discrimination have reasonable NS5
been moved from the Orange
Bowl If have problem-let us help you
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LAST WEEKEND, there wasa 'Ike wild fire. Paul Massoa's moved another step up the lad vr ..... _,._,_ ,. .v-._._. 0_''''J _.-A,'.._...J.......II
very lively Miami. I went a lot Shampalgne made it's debut last der.ANOTHER
of places, saw a lot of things reek and already people all uver Week Live life MIAMI TIMES ADS DON'T COST THEY PAY

and penty: of people. Do you re town are asking for it. There are you dig? PEACE I ..... '_'_'T ........., ..r_....... 'v- ._._._
member when I was on a "Gun four places I know of that you
Kick" trying to get the City of can get it, and they are the Sir -
Miami and County officials to John Knight Beat, Miami Car.
bring a revised Sullivan Law to ver, Baker's Famous Corner and
our county and everyone laughedat Grand Way. When you feel like
me? Oh, we did get It In the irlnking something pleasant, as
House of Legislation and put on for Paul Masson's Sarkllng Robert KingLed
the agenda, but It was beaten Brut or Pink Champagne. You'll
down. I had help from Ralph like it.TILE.
Renick, Clyde Klllens, Commissioner .
Alex Gordon, Garth GLASS IIAS now taken
Reeves and some others, but we over the VIP Lounge In the Sir
didn't get it passed. So why John and It is now called the
bring it up again? "Call me Darling Room." ThereIs

Well I'll tell you that last a new musical group, Gonzales .
Saturday a 56-year-old woman Blind Boy Trio" featuring a
was held up and shot to death voung man that sings a lot of
by two men and there have been Ray Charles tunes. There is a
many other shootings. Guns have new policy in the package goods
got to got! This is not a "racial" department, too. Over the bar
plan because bullets don't givea at package store prices plus en
darn whether you are Whiteor tertainment. It just "shows to go
Black nor does the hand be you" that the Glass has the magic
hind the gun. I am not saying touch. This weekend the Fab. the fight and won, to reduce city taxes
that some of these shootings ulous Bobby Marchan and his
would not happen, but it wouldbe Clowns will be seen at the despite the fact that the city lost 19 million
harder for these persons to Knight Beat.
get and carry guns, and easier
for the police force to track KNIGIIT HEAT" Is dollars worth of taxable property to express-
down one, when these things do TilE
what I have been on this past
happen if they were not sold"wholesale" way construction.
weekend. I stopped in to see the
as they are now,
show at the Fiesta Room which
There is an election coming up stars Sonny Til and his Orioles;
for Mayor, and the candidatewho Mona Lisa is the M. C.; Kelsan
can promise to help get giving a laughable thing called
guns banned in Dade County I "Plastered in Paris"; then Son
will be the one who gets my vote ny Introduces sister, Virgie, who
and thousands of others from appears to steal the whole show.
people who feel the same as I. She is young, fresh and nice to 1
G
r Instead of the officials concentrating look at, and she is talented. She
so much on bollta, I think has a good voice. Guest stars :
they would be better used try- like the fabulous "Root Man"
Ing to see about these guns. I knocked the folk out with a Ray :
ain't never heard of bolita kil Charles tune then Hot Papa
ling anybody. Dut, I am not saying Turner (who sez he's gonna run
that they should not stop bo. for Mayor in the next election
llta, if they can. But as long as and promises to put Vodka in all Has always fought for the elimination of
people can take a chance they the water taps I so everybody can
are going to play bollta, horses, stay high all the time and sez slums
dogs, dice, poker, tonk, black I he can run the city as good as -during his administration.more slums
jack and even Georgia skin, but anybody else cause it can't get
they can stop guns.I no worse.) In the audience were have been eliminated than in all previous
kinds stirred everybody up Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Shirley,
the last time I'd campaign Walter Knowles, Ruby Lazier and administrations.
about guns, and this time I won't Shirley Turnquest.I .
give up. I'll visit every candidateand
ask him point blank what paid a visit to the Hampton
he plans to do about them. I'll House and since I had heard the
do the John McLeod and have show was great, I decided to see
petitions signed and put on the for myself. First I was greetedby -
ballots; carry signs on my back; Mrs. Ruth Reed, the beautiful
almost anything to have some hostess who happened to be HIGH
sort of law to prohibit unauthorized the wife of the former star of
persons from carrying guns "Carmen Jones, Napoleon Reed.
and buying them. I could sit and The show opened with a fast
preach my head off about guns, bright fanfare under the musical
but I leave it as it is for now, direction of Myrtle Jones,
Remember, I don't condone bo. and Satch Robinson does a nice
lita, but I say, again, the num job of M. C. and the dances are Spearheaded the drive that in the past ,two
beN can't kill a person, but a wonderful. The choreography is
done by Shon. The show bringsa
gun can. years saw 20 miles of
little bit of Nassau to Miami ''. sanitary sewers cone -
with a round of calypso tunes ),.

Ruth PRETTY Reeves GIRL. of Pretty The Day Week of: Napoleon followed: by Reed a unique who captures entrance the by structed and 2.8 miles of storm sewers. In addition

the Week: Quentin North ,
audience with his marvelous
Man About Town: Amos Jenkins. repetoire. As manager Harold 47 miles-238 streets-were re-

Kemp puts it, "we have one of
.4 FUNNY HOW a drink comes the nicest clubs In all Sou t h macadamized, and three miles-25 streets-
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA and a trip to the Rose Bowl, if
someone can stop Michigan State.
ALONG FREEDOM'S ROAD SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1961 PAGE 11 This promises to be football at
its greatest with the highpowered -
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By RUTH PERRY againa the miserly defence of
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.#.' fII"--_ ____ Ohio.
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Jean Jacques Rousseau, a he specifically stated in his will MIAMI WILL WIN
Drench philosopher and writerho that "no consideration whatever OVER GEORGIA
,- lived from 1712 until 1778 shall be paid to the
nationality SPORTS WORLD OVER Mira the miracle man, is expected -
is the author of several works, of the candidates the most
: to lead the University of
>ut perhaps one of his most important deserving o be awarded the
was "The Social Con prize. Miami to victory over Georgiainthe
ract." There is no doubt but By LEO B. ARMBRISTERFAMU same manner he led them
hat the founders of our country And now we come to another past North Carolina last week.A .
Vere greatly Influenced by name that of Governor Ross VV margin of 21.10 for Miami is
00 coo 00 CI'0 Of GCOOC a. ..
jusseau's writings about the Darnett of the State of Missis - - ---------- ---- a conservative estimate.

principles of political right and elppl. Recently Gov Barnett was EYES TEXAS defeated Louisiana in the Orange REDSKINS HUNT NEGROES
the definition of citizenship asked he was going to observe SOUTIIERN AS OD CHOICE Blossom Classic.
United Nations Day in Mlssisslp. The Washington Redskins of
JA CITIZE Pi. His reply was that he was not The Rattlers striking down all 01110 STATE AlIOWA the NFL are finally waking up to
going to observe UN Day because opponents at will might be making TANGLE FOR TOP HONORS the atomic age; they are making

In his Social Contract, Roue. as Nations far as he could see the United the job of finding a suitable Michigan State is atlll the na desperate attempts to get some
[seau stressed the point that manis was run by the African opponent for their Orange Blossom tion's top college football team, I good football players on their
not really a citizen so long as nations. I can't remember Classic a little tougher than and Is favored to beat the squad, preferably Negroes.
I he accepts society from prudence whether the news report I read usual. There is a reasonable Gophers of Minnesota Nor 4. !
alone, but that he becomes a real said anything'about the color of lutlon to so- They have not met with any
the problem however This undoubtedly will be a
verypopular
citizen only when he develops a the African nations, but in any the Rattlers have scheduled Texas game and the outcome success as yet: their bid for halfback
[genuine concern for the welfare event, it is ,all too obvious what Southern Tommy Wilson of the Los
to play the week will be keenly watched, but the
of all. It Is a long the Angeles Rams and Dobby Mitchellof
[ from
way governor meant. And to a
after they play the mighty Louis. big game this weekend will be
Rousseau, a Frenchman to Mississippi official the Browns has been given
Albert especially in
staged
ana Southern team. Texas has Columbus Ohio on the
the heave ho.
John Luthuli, a Zulu ex those with strong segregationist
beaten Southern of Louisiana turf of Ohio Stadium, where
[chief, of Johannesburg, South feeling like Roes Barnett, the earlier this season; so if the game more than 83,000 will jam The Redskins have been under
Africa, but when I read the mere presence of African na- between FAMU and'Southern of themselves in to see the Hawk- pressure to hire Negro players
[ news report telling of Luthull's tlons seated with other nations La. Nov. 18 has the anticipated eyes and the Buckeyes try to put even from government sources,
I award of the 1960 Nobel peace In the UN is enough to damn it; all each other.
action fans are waiting for; the whammy on because the stadium in which
prize, I could not help but feel but to add insult to injury, these I a likely move will be to cancel The outcome of this battle their home games are played to
I that RouSseau was right, for African nations also have equal : the scheduled game with Texas could net grand prizes tor the leased from the Federal gorern.
here in this Zulu ex-chief we votes with other nations (white,
and use this strong team, which winner the conference UtleBARKLEY'S raent
have a perfect example of the of course I)
real citizen. -'" HOWLING GOES TO COLLEGEThe
It is almost too obvious to try
Luthuli has proven his true to compare Mr. Nobel and Gov, CUT-RATE STOREThe National Association of
citizenship by his "genuine con. Barnett. But we must say that Inter-collegiate Athletics is ad.
cern for the welfare of all", and any thinking person realizes and ding bowling to its Hats of sports.
his humbleness In speaking of his appreciates the spirit of a man Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome The
For this 'who like Alfred Nobel Bowling Proprietors Association *
great honor. man, who left his
has struggled long and courage. money with no strings attached 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4.2376 chosen to of assist America the NAIA has In been set.
in the bitter Jungle of except the I
ously one stating that the
BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIALS ting up its bowling program and
and award must be
South African prejudice big given to those national championship
otry, has always advocated non who had most benefited mankind Binders 85* to 1.49' Nifty Binders tourneys.
violent methods in achieving during the preceding year. We Sheets 0* to 28* Composition Plans call for 32 districts to
freedom for the blacks In his realize, too, that Mr. Nobel did be represented by college all
country. Luthuli does not take not say it must only be given to Ballpoint Pens 10* 08* Books 2lSf 40* over the nation. The winning
credit primarily for himself in those people with white skins. He Po-Ke-No Sets 2.08 Gifts teams will compete for champ.

the long fight against racial discrimination made no such qualifying remarkin Straightening Bridge Keno Sets 1.08 ionshlps in a national tourna

but gives it also to his will. It is to be hoped that Combs 70* 2.08 Irons 60* LOS ment next April in Kansas City
all those countrymen and women someday Ross Barnett will see
who have fought for freedom beyond the confines of the State to 10 P.M. Last weeks bowling of the
OPEN DAILY & SUNDAY 8 A.M.
and the emancipation of South of Mississippi, and the artificialand Excelsior League at the Ml Lane
Africa along with him. shameful barriers that he JOHN A. McMINN. Owner produced a great many changes:
and other segregationists have In team standings but was still
TIlE NOBEL PRIZE erected around their state, and unable to uproot Wilson Rentals
finally realize that as our coun from the first place perch. E A.
Thinking about Rousseau and try has many states existing and L. Falcons were able to shake
Luthuli 'brings to my mind two working together in harmony, so Satisfied Home Buyers Are all the others out of second
other names dissimilar, it is true, too must the world with its place and now stand there alone
but brought together by their many nations! whether black or "FENSTER REALTY" BESTRECOMMENDATION one game behind Wilson Rental
very great differences. I am white, work together in harmony a third place tie Is being enjoyed
thinking first of. Alfred B. Nobel, and mutual respect before by four teams, The Indepen.
a Swedish manufacturer, philanthropist real peace can come to our dents, Olympics, American Furniture .
and Inventor of dynamite globe. Says Mr. and Mrs. Ziegler of 2900 NW 69th Terr. and TV and News Realty.
who, upon his death In pagan and Fonda Terrazzo,
1896, bequeathed the Interest of "We are very happy in the home sold to us by bowling at a .500 pace are tol

a large sum of money to be dis Fenster Realty" 'owed by 12th Frame HI Hatters,
tributed yearly to those who had MIAMI TIMES ADSDON'T Hot Shoppes and St. Clair' Cafeeria. -
most benefited mankind during .
the preceding year. AlthoughMr.
Nobel COST THEY PAYRUPTURED Team single game high:
was of Swedish origin JOIN THE HAPPY HOME BUYER
1. Wilson Rentals 050

Here's Why 2. Olympics 024
3. News Realty 903

? Team three game high:
A Month
$57 Buys 1, Wilson 2736

ffMHvTrtM .. ............ Cffto* ,........... Ih... 12th Frame 2573
Attar o.n...... AI"H-Sef OW 3. News Realty 2510
,, 2 TWO-BEDROOM CBS HOME WITH LOW

PiLEs RECTAL DISEASESDR. DOWN PAYMENT AND QUALIFYING FOR FHA ,Individual single game high:

CLINIC .l-.I: iii: 1, Eddie Thorpe 234
LONG'S
nWork IT. 2831 N.W. 65th StreetCall 2, WlKte: Lazier 233
3, Frank Smith 226

us t I-- Drive by We Have Many Homes Individual three game high: ,

FENSTER REALTY PL 9-0511 1 2., Clyde Ernest Young Hayes 697 6$1

In New YorkMaids 1260 N.W. 62nd STREET 3. John Marshall 592


and Mother's Helpers, Cooks "Buy With Confidence"House Special Call MeetingThe

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Richmond Heights Citizens
Housekeepers, etc. committee Is urging all
members to attend the special
call meeting Tuesday, Nor. 7 at
7:30 p.m., Bethel Baptist
Excellent Live.in Positions, Year Round For Sale Church, Lincoln Bird.


Homes It Fund SolicitsContributions
Private 3 bedroom CBS with Florida room, in Steven's

TOP SALARIESAll Manor. Near NW 7th Ave. Hardwood floors, gar
The Sweeting's FoundationFund
Jobs GuaranteedFree age, fenced in. Fully landscaped, jalousied windows. Inc. solicits your contributions
for scholarships. All con.
Like new trlbutlons are tax free. For information
Medical! call Miami FR 1-5206
or Ft. Lauderdale LU 3-7258.
NO DEPOSIT $400 DOWN Make all checks payable to the
Sweating Foundation Fund Inc.
NO REGISTRATION! 2H8 NW 4th St., Ft Lauder.
TRANSPORTATION ADVANCED! $79 a month Total $13,500 dale, Fla. N25

Only 1 FHA Mortgage
DROP IN-PHONE OR WRITE. WO RED TAPE
Harvest Sip
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The Friendship Garden and
WORLDW1UEEMPLOYMENT McNICHOLAS REALTY Civic Club cordially Invites you
to attend a Harvest Sip on Sunday
7927 N.W. 7th AvenuePL Nor. 19 at the home of Mrs.
AGENCY Lucille Reed, 6890 NW 13th
are, Miami.
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA Francis CARD OF THANKSThe Thursday Night Grid Score

\ PAGE 12 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1961 Frank Branham, 1290 NW Carver 32 BTW 0
60th at, dIQcJ,y25. Service family of the late
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were held hf tnGtr Chapel 'Nof'-1 MRS. FRANCIS HUYLER

I Survivors include.,his wife, Eesiea wishes to express its appreciation

CARDS Iv1EMOR1AL5IN a daughter. ..'.: ., .,:),.,'i to Were friend BO kind and during neighbors our who hoursof FOR SALEIN

Fate Johnson otHC 4 NW' 6th' bereavement. Thanks for your
Ct. died Oct. 28. >The body'-wa cards, telegrams, flowers, cars THE GROVE
MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM; shipped to Valdosta, Oa. OQ .FrIday and all other kind gestures of Drastically reduced price
morning for final riteiur... sympathy. Special thanks to the '
i r
I ..Itt sad but loving memory of I" In sad but loving memory of !Vlvora are his mother, MM. Mary staff of Jackson Memorial Hos and down payment. 3-bed-
our daughter, "I our mother and sister, ; bhnaon, a' daughter, Mrs. Janle pital, Rev. A. D. Hall of Ebenezer room CBS home, carporte,

___ "_'_,__""_"n_ Mae Perry five brothers, Leroy; Church Funeral and House of Albert sprinkler system, corner lot.
Fem. y., Thomas: J. C.. Johnnie and Otis: rendered.Home for efficient service I On Hibiscus St. Price .
two sisters, Mamie Loir Johnson
,and Ida Mae Johnson. Joseph Dames, nephew $14,000 $500 down

i' : Eugene Forbes f 1127 NW .

L? r 5th Ave., died Oct. 29. Services IN BROWNSVILLE
will be held at St. James Baptist ONE ACRE 3-Ledroom CBS home, 11,1z
Chuch on Nov. 4 at 2 p.m. with baths
Rev. John L. Johnson officiate 6 lots 288 x 140 Total garage on 47th St.
ing. The body will be on view In Price $11,500 $400 down
the chapel 5 p.m. Friday. It will 3 frame 1 bedroom houses, $78 monthly

be taken to his home Friday 9p.m. 1 large 3-bedroom CBS.
Survivors Include his wife, .
WILL SELL
I ALL OR PART
Sarah, a son Eugene, four"daughters .
fb five sisters and a ,brother. 7714v7762 7776 Percy L. JohnsonReg.
rM o yz N.W. 14th Ct.
Mrs. Bernice Major Gibson of Real Estate Broker

134 Fla. Ave., Coconut Grove, OwnersPL 3781 Grand Ave.
sea died Oct. 31. Services will be
held at the Church of Christ in ,4-4484 or MO 7.1304 Phone HI 6-0334

Coconut Grove, with Rey. C. .
w y Payne officiating at 10 a.m. Sat I
urday The body will be on view
'In the chapel Friday evening. It

__ will be moved to the church Saturday
.R .m<><"" iJBIU OR RADIO TROUBLE
I morning. I
JANET ELAINE BRANTLEY SARA L. WANAMAKERwho TV
Survivors are her husband, 0. PHONE PL 1-8381
who departed this life November ,passed away November
.C, three sons, Octavius, Joseph
4, 1960. 1957. and Franklin, a daughter, Beverly House Service Calls $1.50
You are not forgotten loved one A loving thought secret tear
a mother, Mrs. Charity Major
Nor will you ever be, Keeps your memory very dear, two brothers .and six sisters. Repair and Sales -- Free Delivery
As long as life and memory last God gave us strength to fight it, All work guaranteedKNOW
We will remember thee. Courage to bear the ,blow. .Mrs. Dora Murrell of 633 NW
Your Loving smile, your gentle Out what it meant to lose you, 2nd ave., died Oct. 31. Survivors YOUR TV MAN AND SAVE MONEY

face No one will ever know. Include six eons, four daughters.The JOE SCOTT
No one can fill vacant place
your
Bettye Wheeler, daughter body will be
shipped to
Ah, bitter was the trial to Authorized Factory TV
part Flossie Rogers, sister Tampa on Saturday for final] Repair Co., Inc.
With sadness we recall And Family rites. 923 N.W. 62nd Street
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PL 1.8381
You had a kindly word for each .
And died beloved ,by all.
I Rev and Mrs. P. D. Brantley Range .
-2' 32 l! = :: Y
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DEATHS Braddy Phillips of 4203 SW
IN MEMORIAM 21st St., West Hollywood, died PEOPLES DRUG STORE BARBECUEAND
Oct. 26. Mr. Phillips was a na
la loving memory of our dear tive of Vadllla, Gal, and lived in LUNCHEONETTE
sister, Hollywood for 7 years He is
402
survived by his wife Savoria, a and 406 N.W. 8th Street FR 4-5874
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I son Wesley and two daughters,
i Mary Brayner and Allane Phil. Drug Store Bar-B-Que
i lips. Services will be conducted
Sunday at 2 p.m. in New Macedonia Specializing lAtent in prescriptions, Featuring breakfast, lunch
Baptist Church. He is now medicines and sundries a. dinner. Old Hickory BarOpen

on view in the chapel. I daily 8:80 aan. 12 p.m. becne from 5 p.m.

FrI., SAt to 1:80 fton. Open Frt. fir Sat. to 2130 a.m
Miss Dorothy Young of 7000
NW 15th ave., apt. 33, died Oct. \ Satisfaction Guaranteed Free Delivery
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28. Miss Young came to Miami ,
eight years ago. She Is survived ?:?3i i' 2 =; 3.2' ._

by her mother, Mrs. Margaret. '- '
MA Whitehead, six sisters, four .
YVIVIAN brothers and two .
aunts. Chapel

services day. were conducted Tues! West Hollywood Foreclosure

4'RMRS. I
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Mrs. L. Wllkedson of 5625 S.W. 15th Street
1801 NW 166th 'St., died Oct. 30 ,
M She is survived by her husband, OPEN
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Matthew, two t
.. sons Zaymen and
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!A,.."' ,.:'.',.",.. .. ..,"",:t"".!t, Lenear Wllkerson, four daugh 2 :bedroom CBS house built last for +
year $10,600 :
ters, Mesdames! _Christine_ _Hammock .
M Anenia iiennett, Mildred Will sell for amount of
OLIVIA J. ADDERLEYThe Sullivan and Mayval. Mitchell .14 mortgage only f

grandchildren, five grandchild. ,
TORRES funeral of the late Mrs. $8,600 LOW DOWNY .
ren, three, brothers and three
who departed this life Nov.. 3, Olivia J. Adderley will be sisters. :Services will be held Saturday f
1960. held on Monday Nov. 6 at 3 p.m. At 1 p.m. In the House of PAYMENTS LIKE RENT :
I often sit and think of you at Ebenezer Methodist Church. I 'God, American. Revival and Fellowship '
And how you died The House of Albert In charge. Church. Mrs. Wilkerson WILL'RENT WITH OPTION TO BUY TO /:

To think goodbye you could not say I is now! in repose: In the chapel. COUPLE ONLY :


The Before blow you was closed hard your, the eyes pain IN MEMORIAMIn House of Albert. I Phone Owner JE f

22225B8333S3a388333838883a3332833
severe loving of Funeral services for, Mrs. .Olivia .
memory
Even though I know your death MR. ELIJAH MILLER J. Adderley,. 15820 NW '11thpace. !>a-ua--?
was so near who departed this life November will be conducted Nor' ',,6 :
Only those who lost can tell 8, 1960. May he rest in at 3 p.m. at Ebenezer Methodist nivnMaBunsjnnnaaBBMBBfimKWMHMMHiM i in
The pain of parting We loved you but Jesus peace.loved Church, Rev. Aaron D, Hall, Not a Palm Reader, Not a Fortune Teller li
Without a farewell. you best. I Castor. She will lie in repose.lnler I .Not a Rootman -- Not God Either But
Sadly missed by sisters, home 9 p.m. Sunday. JI e r JUST A
GOD
brothers and SENT MAN II'
family The Family survivors Include a dnurhtarMrs. .. -'
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.- --------- ---- '_1_" W- .... ..I Eunice Phillips, ft sister, Rev.: Shepherd Bogaetors
I Mrs. Sylvia Wallace, a brother,
"Living Service for the Living" Will Hanna, 'Afro Ins: agent, a 9i Do you bar A problem? i

two grandchildren. Business Bad, Marriage

Failing, Can't win the I
James 'Smith of 516 NW 1st man \
st., Delray Beach, died in. Beth- Dr woman you love, Been I
seda Hospital, Boynton, Oct. 27. Crossed Need Money, :
I Us survivors are his widow, +t Everything Going :
Viola, a' son. and other relatives. '' Wrong?
s i Health Bad? Can't '
Services Satisfy
were c conducted Thurs
day at Mt. Olive Baptist Church. -la. lour Husband
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Bruce II, Saunders of 1S30 I Want a New' Home or Car? 8

L NW 2nd Ct., 'died Oct. 29. 'Arangementsx .-
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SEE ME TODAY

Stones .
Never before In the history
i Services for Mrs. Daisy, Lee of Miami, have so
many
Oscar L. Range Funeral Home Gaston of 3525 NW 46th St., people been helped by this

.'" who died Oct. 11 will be held great wonder man.
M. Athalie Range Owner N. Patrick Range Mgr. Tuesday 11 a.m. from the chap. -.-----
el 1 with
Rev. O. B. Sage official.ng. It costs nothing to
She was a member of Pall*
I ; 5727 N.W. 17th Ave. bearers Lodge No. 32 of Mayo, come in and talk
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OX 1-0131 OX 1-4343 Survivors include, a husband NOW AT MY NEW ADDRESS
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J : I Louis, a daughter Mra. Willie D. 827 N.W. 48th Street

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Open 1>5 S I I I SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4. 1961 PAG&13I

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CBS home. $400 )\ : ..,'t'I Broward ry IM\\

$69 month, 1 [ .., ., :::1 I" I No.The 8196 South meets Broward the second VFW Post and
closing costs. i: 1 \ \\ County r fourth Tuesday in each:Jm Dth.-
: : ; t' : Claude Counts: commander.
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: : day at Fort Lauderdal T h .
CBS home, top '''1 Howe Eagles'* ,homecoming will clash \,
I i, with North Dade Nor.. 9. T
Only $9,500
$500 down, no Beauty The CWH Chamber of Commerce Enoch Whitehead of 54th area
qualifying. ; ,, will meet Monday, Nov. 6 and Pembroke Boad bowled a;j.
no U S.30 p.m.;. All mtmber are 210 last '
Tuesday
f i night ,at Suri<
r .... urged to be present. rise Bowling Lanes. He was 'top;
: man on his team, Bowe's Bar."
Star Light Lodge No 542 bet Shop and Three Brothers'irocery
Legal Beauty meets, Friday, Nov. ,3 at 8 p.m. last week.UiITY .
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FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
St. No qualifying i 60c)
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA NOTES ON ORANGE BLOSSOM ..I ;! .N.. .

PAGE, 14 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1961 j For. Sale or Rent
CLASSIC PARADE AND FLOATSThe

NEW HOME
annual Orange Blossom ness or other group, who' floator
one tie, went out of their con Festival and celebration 935
Classic unit ha not been confirmed NW 49th St.
ference for the first time this will be held this year on Saturday by Nov. 18 will not be permitted
Sports Happenings season and.. defeated Lincoln of Dec. 0. The Florida A and to enter the parade. This rule Low down payment
Riviera 5.
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When the Middleton Tigers defeated opponent, selected on the basin not be relaxed for anyone. Also 3011 N.W. 52nd St.
Uy E. II. McLIN
the Gibbs Gladiators 27.0 of its record, will be featured in All floats must be attractively Open Sunday 1-5
p.m.
last week it meant that the the football game that Saturday decorated, in a first class man.
Gladiators only consolation in night at Miami's Orange Bowl ner, and must represent a worthwhile MO 56870TOOTHACHE
HIGH SCHOOL SCORES conference play to date Is that addition to the parade, in
the Roosevelt team of West CLASSIC PARADE' AT 12:80
order to be., entered the
in.,
Union Academy 37 ,. Dunbar 0 pa.
Palm Beach has lost four games The giant classic parade will rade. Any float not meeting the
Middleton 27 . . Gibbs 0
while they have lost only three. be afternoon at 12:30.
held that
minimum standard in decorationand
How Blake 20 . . Lin. 13 ,
Rochell 13 . . Pinellas 6 NOTICE: To the coaches of The parade this year, is expectedto attractiveness, will not be
be the greatest in the historyof permitted
to enter the
Apopke (B) 45 Middleton (B) 0 the following Big Nine South the event. : parade. pout IUfftr needltsity. Cat speedy ra*
Carver (Miami) 45 . Hlv. 0 All Interested persons are'urg with from ORAELIPats' toothacM
Conference teams: Gibbs High,
All organizations, schools, boa. ed to kindly take note of this no. fast acting or>
BTW (Miami) 14. .,. Roose 6 I and
Mays High, Blanche Ely tics and toss hi seconds C Guarantee
North Dade 7 . . NHS 7 Dlllard. No statistics from any Inesses and all other groups that govern themselves ac .w sashay part.All drug ttorat. 0'.1. .
would like to enter floats or other cordingly. Further Information
In glancing over the football of your game this season have units in the parade, must re. may be obtained from the Chief
schedule of the 4.year collegesof been received by the Conference celve official permission, and Parade Marshall
the country, we've come up Statistician to date. have their float or unit confirmed Signed:
with FAMU, Michigan State by the Chief Parade Marshall, Elliott J. Pieze
and Mississippi in the defensive Football Scores Elliott J. Pleze, at the downtown Chief Parade Marshal

game as follows: FAMU have Fla. A&M:, 60 . S. C. State 0 office of the Miami Times, 1112 Orange Blossom SometimesBABY
NW 3rd Ave. FR .2230 not Classic Parade
had six points scored against N. C. Col. 26 . . Shaw 0 -
later than Nov. 18. 1112 NW 3rd Ave
them so far this season; Michigan NO A&T 19 . Morgan St. 7 Saturday, NEEDS A
school busi M8
organization
State had ten point against Fisk 15 . Knoxville 12 Any ,
them and Mississippi's opponents Benedict 37 . Miles 6 LAXATIVE, TOO
have scored 13 points, while the Dela. State 24 . St. Paul's 12 .
same ,three teams have scored as Va. St. 6 . . Va. Union 0 For OTer 60 Jean, mothers EASE.hue"Plea'reUed
follows: FAMU 291; Mississippi Md. St. 32 . Norfolk St. 0 AKA Fashionetta TonightA i OD lentl.BABY to give liquid vegftUblepuS -
easy
204 and Michigan 131. The 291 Morehouse 20 . Clark 12 "BABY EASE" brings
points scored by the Rattlers so Livingston 14 . Harding 10 comfort without binding. "BABY
far this reason is tops In the Jackson 14 . 0rambling 13 capacity crowd is expectedto AKA proceeds benefit the EASEdoei. not contain opiate or
nation, but, that is as far as we' St. Aug. (NO) 22. Ellz. City 7 be on hand at Bayfront Auditorium mentally retarded, the deaf and front laxatives. druggist
can go in making comparisons Morris 14 . . Paine 0 when Alpha Kappa Sorority Christian Hospital. for the special babies laxative-
and yet we think that the 8th, Savannah 6 . Albany St. 0 prseents its annual parade of ,"BABY. a"E.
place position of FAMU in the Tuskegee. 27 Ft. Valley St. 14 fashions.
(small) college list is way Hamp. Inst. 37 . Howard 0 .
down, or is it? Alcorn A&M 34 Miss. Vo. 0 This year's show stars the vivacious

I Cen. St. 16 It Lincoln 14 and talented model,
We've so much about the P'rie View 25 Ark AM&N 16 Helen Williams.The .

championship possibilities of Phil Smith 17 J. C'tlan 8 contestants' vying for the
team in the Big Nine North and Southern U 59 . Tex. Col. 0 tlt'e of Miss Fashionetta, Junior
Big Nine South, the Southwestand Tex. So. 20 . Wiley 0 Miss Fashionetta and Little Miss

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team In the Central Florida Slow Pitch Softball contestant will be crowned at

Conference Coach Dennis Jedderson's the beginning of the show by <; ,2 .
Stone High of Mel. Program PlannedA last year's queens. There will be
bourne' scored 73 points against dancing for adults following the
their 'opponent last week. In slow pitch softball program display of fashions.
looking over the records for this
will begin play on Nov. 15 at
season, this Is the 'highest num. Liberty Playground, NW'17th' Tickets will be available at the
ber of points in the etate for ave. and 61st st; at Doreey Park, door come early for .a ringside ,
one game. FAMU high of the Big 1701 NW 1st ave. and Coconut seat. I

Nine North Conference .scored 64 Grove,. Grand. Ave. Playground,
points against an opponent this no urana Ave.
season for the 2nd highest. This above grounds.
Stone High team has averagedsome This program will be for For any further information
50 points per game this adults and will be comprised of contact the City of Miami Rec.
season which is awfully high In men's slow pitch softball, WOe reatlon Division, FR 7-5631.
any body's ''league and this substantiates men's slow pitch and If there is
my announcementsome enough interest an adult mixed
time ago that it's hard to softball league will be organiz
tell where the best high school BroadwayExtravaganza
team in the state is located. ed.All adults Interested in this

There was a three-way tie for program including managers of
teams that are being formed Nov. 30B.
first ,
place In the Southeast Con
should contact Mr. Cromartie
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ference between Lincoln Parkof at T. 'WASHINGTON'
Liberty Park. Mr. SUva at Dor-
Ft. Pierce, Lincoln of Riviera sey and Mr. Holton at Grand Ave. AUDITORIUMNEED
and Gifford ,Riviera knocked Ft.
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ference with a 26.12 win last into leagues and the schedules f ,
week in a ding-dong battle while of games to be played to.

GIfford was winning a non- gether with the names of teams MONEY nv =,, o .IS r.,,
ference game from Phyllis to be represented will be pub.
Wheatley '140. fished in this newspaper as soon $25 to $600

In the Big Nine North How. as all entries are in. Call PL 8.3653
and Academy of Ocala Is 3.1 in A deadline for filing for any
conference play and Lincoln of! type softball to be used in this IDEAL LOAN .
Gainesville is right behind with program should be Nov. 10. En
a 311. Ocala plays two more tries will be accepted by the 6105 N.W. 7th Ave. t I
conference games and playground supervisors
Gaines. at the f.t 4, 41; OOOBaker's
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to play. .

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30 years ago,
TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA
THE MIAMI reporter. I have been

around boxing for 60 years or For Georgia
NOVEMBER 4 1961
PAGE 16 SATURDAY more and sold boxing magatines

.. ,. .....""" ........_. 1''<1.J7<1 .1'.. ,. and record books since I was a. George Mira the elusive University
kid. I have seen some Of) the of Miami quarterbackwho
greats come and go and still pee( returned to action last

Spearing with SportsBy them. week for duties solely as a sig.
nal calling and passer, will be at
Fighters of the month In Flor. full strength and ready to run
SPEAR ida: Prentice Snipes heavyweight as well as pass when the University -
undefeated; Ell Fort and of Miami Hurricanes
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Al Owens llghtheavles; t battle the University of Georgia
I Lew Black who ,operates the in three rounds nobobdy seemsto Al Taylor; Vince Bono- Bulldogs tonight in the Orange
Miami want of him. He welterweight; lightweight Bowl
I i most up-to-date gym In any part mo,
bas 40 to 50 boys training there hasn't fought since. Perfecto Garcia; bantomwelght,
75 per cent Negroes. Champsand Emile Garcia. Mira's timing was somewhat
former champs train there Frank who is doing a Beat fight of the month was off against the Tar Heels, after
ouch as Virgil Aikins 'Who just great job as referee should receive Billy Fabor and Vince Bonomo. playing only shortly against
returned from Caracas, Veneiu- more credit than he does. It was a war with Vince the Navy and none at all against
ela with a 10 round KO over Frank is a hard worker. Dr. winner in a grudge return bout. Colorado but he still sparked
Jose Durgos who had not losta James McCormick has been box. Baltimore the team to its 10 to 0 white.
I : fight in 30 starts. Also Champ ing commission doctor for 30 Lenny Moore of the washing of North Carolina
Give $5,000to receivers -
Shriners of the top pass
Colts, one
Denny (Kid) Paret who Just regained years in Miami and has examinedmore in the National Football Coaches this week are workIng .
: his title from smile Grit. fighters than any other featured in the latest the UM signal
ace
Jewish Hospital League, is calling
nth at Madteon Square Garden. doctor I know. Nat Dash, chief
Miller Brewing Co. sports film, long hours, seeking to get him
Miami
Denny boxes Gene Fullmer for Inspectator of boxing
the middleweight title soon. Dec. shows was connected with Dave DENVER Colo. A check "1961 Pro Bowl. Thrilling highlights ready for both running and pas.
S. Televised.If while at the MacArthur Stadiumand for $5,000 was presented to the of the exciting game sing against the team from
various clubs for the past 16 National Jewish Hospital at starring pro football's greatest Athens, Ga. With him as. a threat
boxing Is to survive In MI. years. Nat works very hard get Denver by the Ancient Egyptian stars, are contained In this half both as a runner and passer the
:ami, Miami Beach and Ft. Lauderdale ting the bouts lined up. In my Arabic Order of Nobles of the hour color movie. The film Is Miami offensive Is expected to
managers had better next column there will be plenty Mystic Shrine during a luncheon available free of charge for rise upward.
see to it that their fighters show of bombs exploded and I don't honoring the Order 'Sunday, Oct. showings to groups and meet Weaver will be Mira's understudy
I up when they have signed for a mean maybe. 22. ings by writing to Film Section against the Bulldogs, with
bout< Governor Steve McNichols attended Miller Brewing Co., 4000 West John Bennett slated' for left halt.
If promoters are o be dlscoured the function held at the estate Street, Milwaukee 1, WU. back duty behind Nick Ryder
Because the public who supports I Russell Bergerson, promoterof famed' free, non-sectarian chest Bennett, however; would be readyto
them is getting tired of the Memorial Auditorium, Ft. disease center, and warmly com- step into the quarterbackslot
substitutes announced. The Lauderdale should! He has run mended both the Order and the also if needed there.
crowd then gets on the promo. five shows and all have been ata Hospital "for their labors on be Broadway
ter and matchmaker which Is not loss. This man has courage and half of humanity." Extravaganza
their fault. In cases like this
the commission should is not giving up. Every show he The check was presented to TV NOT WORKING? Free estimate -
them, suspend has run has been a humdinger. Hospital President Walter M. Nov. 30B. if you live In Liberty Cityor
On Friday, Oct. 27 there were Simon by Dr. A. L. Robinson of Brownsville, we will repairon
It has happened once too often. five bouts and each bout was Mounds, Ill, Imperial Medical T. WASHINGTON credit. Pay weekly. Rowing
Lately) there was one occasion I i better than the other, which the Director of the Order.It TV. 6952 NW 18th Ave OX
when the whole show had AUDITORIUM
nearly crowd enjoyed and went home was the second of two contributions 19426. Indt
'substitutes and therefore some totaling $10,000 by
satisfied and there were eight
of the boys were overmatched. Negro fighters. out of 10 on the the Order to the Hospital. The
There are four small clubs operating
first was presented two years ago.
in the vicinity of 30 card. Over 4,000 Customers Can't be Wrong!
miles which can accommodate RESULTS AT LAUDERDALE
, around 5,000. Three clubs such for S. R. 22's Written While You Wait
Insurance .
as Little River, Sir John and Jack Daniels Miami, won a everyone.Don't
Cutler Ridge can hold six to disputed decision over Frank Service low
lose license. We First as as
seven hundred people, whereas Harrington, Pompano. your
Ft Lauderdale can hold 2,500. II Prentice Snipes Miami won can help you. We cover hospitalization $5.40

The prices are reasonable, so over Jim Tlllman Atlanta. life, home, car. InsuranceAgency Deposit
let's wake up managers. Frank Hollaway Miami KO'd Special attention to SR-22. Starts your insurance
Glen Black Sal Burnette and John Gaitor Miami 3rd round.
,
Baron Pates' fighters are alwayson Small down payment. We Immedl.atelf. .
the ball if something should Carmel Acevedo and Santo finance. .
happen they notify the match ,Flores Hartford Conn. draw.

maker. Al Taylor Nassau won over ALTMAN INSURANCE Miami Opa Locka

I Since Al Owens oft Josh Thomas Miami. 768 N.W. 3rd St. 3497 N.W. 7th Ave. 16300 N.W. 27th Ave.
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Digging through a wall with I SATURDAY NOVEMBER 4, 1961 PAGE 17 I Don't be a Freeloado..1Support
Finds $22,000 hammer, chisel and other HeaVy" _
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tools, he struck withan
an object
Black Earth, Mis. (ANP) -
Gilbert J. Cockreft, hospital laboratory odd metallic sound, and dig Gockrott called the tillage DON'T COST THEY PAY Freedom ."
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MIAMI FLORIDA LETTER TO THE EDITOR Miami Man and Wife
TIMES
THE MIAMI Beautiful Homo on
Reader SaysTeachers Team in Air Force
PAGE 18 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1961 Your Lot

Loud figt. Joseph B. Smith, assistant

And WrongDear NCOIC, officers' records, 4500th 7(9w aye
Air Base Wing, and AID E. a
I Sir: Smith AF husband
Teachers Jeanette
Dade can find apace to
County Hope you and wife team are recent ar.
this.Sitting .
I print in one of' our shoe salons rivals at Langley Field. They are
believed to be one of the few
on Flagler St. last Friday husband-wife teams among enlisted .
$1,000 FSTA Bonds night, I was never so disgustedin personnel stationed at this
BUT
all my life. Three of our base. Complete Building 8 rvto.
J teachers came in, well dressed.
Roach, president of the One from the Coconut Grove and Commenting about her pri. PLANNING
Cato State Teachers Association the other two from Liberty City.I vate life as wife of Sgt. Smith, BUILDING
Florida
special guest at the October [ won't quote names. They started she said, "He outranks me here .
waa FINANCING
meeting of the Dade | PUN PHUNBy talking in very loud voices but we have equal authority at
Teachers Association j about one of their co-workers home.In Your New Horn

County Representatives meeting held In PHIL O8SOFBR and it was awful. All ears and 1966 the Smiths met at
the library of Florida Heights eyes were on them. And from McGuire AFB where they were No Down
Elementary: School there they went on to discuss a stationed Sgt. Smith was later
little girl from the Coconut transferred to Johnson AB, PaymentOver
Mr. Roach, past president of PICKPOCKETS: Grove area. I do feel that what Japan where Airman Smith Join,

District 10, talked about the An expert on crime says that happens in our schools should ed him and they' were married in Twenty Yean of
$50,000 issue of FSTA Bonds Dlckpocketlng is almost strictly remain there and above all, our 1958. She returned to the U. S. Construction Experience
now being offered for sale by a manVs field. This conclusion children, I know one of the ladies I but requested a transfer and
Guaranteed Satisfaction
the organization. The purpose of could be challenged by some husbands because she taught my little was reassigned to Johnson that
the Issue Is to pay for the new whose wives "dip" into boy.With year.
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FSTA Headquarters Building recently their pockets while they are this kind of conduct Sgt. Smith Is a Miamian. His 1
dedicated in Tallahassee.The asleep at night. what else can you expect from parents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
I bonds have been approved others when our own loud B. Smith, 1222. NW 72nd St. His rnmV (!)@ffi Q
I by the Federal Security Exchange ,Perhaps these are stingy hus mouths talk eo much? mother Is cafeteria manager at
I and are held by the Citizen's bands. Their wives have to keepa These are things we would like Holmes Elementary School. PL 1-3604

excellent Trust Bank record of Atlanta of FSTA, Ga.financesand The won't hand give in them because a handout.We their spouges. to forget when,our what own are people we workingfor discuss _-.-..-...-.-....-..-.-....-.-.-.-.-.-----..-..-..-.-...-._-.-....______.. Mlam

the handling of same duringthe what happens In public ANDREWS' JEWELERS I 688 N.E. 79th St. I
past several yeare were the don't have that problemat Four years Is a long time to
two factors responsible for the home. My wife and I split 50- sit in college to come out and be EXPERT WATCH AND
recommendations. Bonds are in 50. I give her 50 dollars and she an Uncle Tom, daughter or son. CLOCK REPAIRS I I I II If a ,"-u 1 11.....
various denominations from $10 gives me 60 cents. So you see, a"dip" If that is what college teaches 40 Years in Business
would TIMES ADS
MIAMI
to $1,000. They may be presented picking my pocket them its a lot of money down
as gifts, used to build educational get nothing but experience. the drain. Hope you will find All work guaranteed

funds for children, or I wonder' are there schools space for this and hope they will 303 N.W. 2nd Ave. DON'T COST THEY PAY

purchased for general Invest. for i pickpockets> ? If there are, I read and act more lady like. FR 3.0152NN..N.N.O ) NN NN N....-.....N...N N..............
ment.. The interest is at 5 per suppose the graduates get dip. .I I didn't go to college, so pleasedon't .............................-
cent and may be collected every lomas. think I have a complex. I
six months or may accrue until do want to say I am a lady at
maturity in ten years. DCTA SPORTS NEWSI all times and conduct myself
voted to purchase a thousand likewise, and am trying very T n
dollar bond at the Annual Fel. think my wife wants me to hard to rear two lovely children s)< s '
lowship Day business meeting take up archery. She bought mea that I can be proud of.
last June. bow tie and an Arrow collar. Do hope this letter makes

DCTA and The recent world series proved sense enough for you to print.
Sam Cohen, past currently FSTA i one thing to me. You can't beat Just couldn't help but write it.
FSTA president,
when they're My family enjoys
and C. the Yankees even your paper
representative at large; much.
district 10 dis-Mantled. very
Sullivan Culver, MOTHER OF TWO
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA .

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1901 PAGE



ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. ST. MARY'S C. W. M.

O. W. Foster pastor Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor
Rachel B. Pratt, reporter Mrs. S. Dawklns, reporter
to Sunday School . . 9:30 Sunday School . . ':CI
11Jme Morning Worship . 11:00 Morning worship . 11:00
UTU . . . . 6:30Evenlfljr Evening worship . . 7:80Our
Worship : . 7:00 putor was away at K e y

"We should worship aa West last Sunday along: with
.._. (' though the Diety were present. If other ministers of the diocese.We .

MT. HERMON A. M. E. FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST my mind Is not engaged in my missed him very much. Dur
M.
BAHA'I FAITHThe worship, It is as though I worshipped ing his absence the Rev. H. V.

Baha'li of Miami are continuing Sunday School . . 9:30 I Re. W. E. Sims, pastorSis. not.-Confucius. Stuart was in charge of services.
their aeries of discussions Morning Warship 11:00 Ruby Lee Carr, reporter We are anticipating a glorious Visitors are always. welcome.Let .
"Thief In the Night" Evening!: Worship . . 7:00 Sunday School . . 9:30 time on Sunday. The Male us pray for and visit our
William on Sears' commentary on Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor 'Morning worship . 11:00 Chorus will render service during ahut-Ins.
and fulfillment Evening worship . . 7:00 the morning worship and the
biblical Mrs. Lucille prophesy Duffln, member ol BTU . . . . 6:30 No. 1 choir will render service

the Local Slrltual Assembly, will The No. 1 usher board is sponsoring during the evening worship. No. For Sale by Owner
discussion which will be 1 usher board will serve both
lead the a program on Tuesday GORGEOUS HOME
and evening services.
he'd 8 p.m. Sunday. Nov. 6 at the night Nov. 7 at 8 p.m. featuringthe morning .
hardwood
The pastor will deliver the ser Spacious Fla. room
137 NW 11th T h ,
Center, ave. c Six Trumpets and the Sonsof
subject for this session will; be! Thunder. The public is invit mono floors, tile roof, Sea
"The Vision of the Last Days.'" ed. view awnings, double car

The public Is cordially. Invited Sunday our regular communion GRACE PRESBYTERIAN porte, brick barbecue. Many

to attend. Phone secretary, Fn services will be observed. You 6895 N.W. 14th Ave. fruit trees. See to apprecl.
1.5420 for further Information. are always welcome at Friend. Rev. W. I..'. Savoy, pastor
< ship. Sunday School . . 9:80: ate day or evening. FHA
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST Y Morning service . . 11:00 II terms.
ST. PAUL A. M. E. Evening service . . 7:00: 7764 N.W. 10th AvenueOR
1571 N.W. 68th Terrace N 4 tk Wed. night study . . 8:16 PHONE PL 4.9260SEE
Rev Ernest Williams, pastor Rev. M. J. Fayson pastor Youth Fellowship Friday 7 p.m.
Deacon Fred Williams, reporter Mrs. Lee Cray, reporter
Sunday School . . 9:30 Sunday School . . 9:30 ANNIVERSARY WKEK
Morning worship . 11:00 I Morning worship . 11:00 I
Evening worship . . 7:30New ( Evening worship . 7:30 Rededication Sunday All
I members should be present. Sun. THE SOUTH'S
Bethel l officers! atid members The pastor wishes to thank day, Nov. 5, 11 a.m. and 7:00p.m.
are thanking the Ministers' 5. RAt + everyone for the support given ., candlelight memorial ser LEADING COLORED
and Deacons' Union of the Atlantic him at the annual conferenceand PSYCHIC READER
vice.The
Coaist Baptist Association for the congregation is gratefulto Hoard of Deacons and Sunday .
their visit to our church. All the have Rev. Fayson back as our School Staff in charge of -CONSULT HERr ---
pastors delivered great sermons pastor. The accomplishment that program Monday, Nov. 6, 7:30:
the recent annual confer have made since he has been
which were Inspirational and en. I we
joyable. Memorial services for ence of the African Methodist with us is proof of what we will I p.m.The Session and the Youth in
Mother Ethel and others were Episcopal Church, which was : do God's willing in the future. charge of program, Wednesday,
very sad, so phase come and held at Lake Wales Fla. from In the absence of the pastor, our Nov. 8, 7:30: p.m.
worship with us again. the 26th through the 29th, Oct. .I' assistant pastor, Rev. Slayton The United Presbyterian Men
the former pastor Rev. S. L. : Matthews brought us a s o U 1 and Women will sponsor a ban.
INCARNATION Gay was reappointed. Rev. Gay I I stirring morning message. The quet at the Holmes Elementary
THE
has expressed his thanks to the service was well attended. School.

1835 NW 54th St. bishop of this 11th Episcopal I I Miss Wllhelmenia Gray is convalescing Friday, Nov. 10 8 p.m. Donation -
Father Elisha Clarke, Jr., vicar District the Rt. Rev. S. L. at home and Sabrina $2.00 per person.
Winter Schedule i Greene for his return. He also is Cook Is still in the hospital. The choir and usher board in
overjoyed because of the open Please visit the sick and bring of Sunday Nov. Let her years of experience guide
charge program, ,
I
Winter Schedule Sunday arms with which all of the mem. your friend to church. 12 3:30 to 6 and protect you throughout life
: p.m.
Low mass . . . .7:30.: bers of the church have received al a lighthouse guide the shies In
Church School, Bible Class 9:30. him The pastor is expressing OAIJCNDAR OF EVENTS BAPTISTRev. a storm. For eucces In buslnees
MT. CALVARY .
Solemn Sung Mass . 10:45: hope that this coming year will Nov. 4 A masquerade ball and love.DON'T
Jr. EYC . . . 5 p.m. be a banner one at the Biggest at the home of Mrs. Jessie Smith, E. M. Thomas, pastor STAY IN THE RUT. JET OF
Sr. EYC ..... ". . . 6 p.m. Little Church In Town. There 3071 NW 68th St., sponsored by Phyllis Myers reporter OUT NOW. BY THE HELP YOU.
Solemn Evensong . 7:00: are many plans that have been Mrs. J. Reddick and Mrs. Smith. Sunday School . . 9:45 GOD SHE CAN HELP
TUESDAY made already. Now the pastor Nov. 5 The Junior Stewardsare Morning service . . 11:00: Hours:
St. Vincent Acolyte Rehearsal ( fays the opportunity is ours to giving a tea from 4 to 6 p.m. DTU ..... ...... ...... . 5:30;: 9 Office a.m. 9 p.m
5 p.m.. execute them. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Evening service . . 7:00: Thur. 9 a.m. tt

WEDNESDAYLOW ,_ '9 the Wooten. Sunday morning our pastor 7 p.m.
Mass . . . 6:30: On Thursday, Nov. Nov. 5 -' Club 25 of which tendered inspiring mes.
the famous a very DAILYSunday
church Is presenting
THURSDAY Mrs. Clara Hilton Is captain, will
Choir at the lage. It was enjoyed by all.
St. Bernard's Choir Rehearsal Wings Over Jordan have a tea at the home of Mr .
4:45 p.m. North Dade High School Auditorium Nettie Stringer on the last Sunday Sunday night we were happyto :
at 8 p.m. The choir at 4 p.m., 2962 NW 50th St. hear Rev. Drown render a 10 a.m. 8 p.m.READING .
FRIDAY comes to us from Los Angeles. few inspiring words to us.
St. Cecelia's Choir Rehearsal Cal. Tickets for the occasioncan .. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Monday at 8 p.m. we had an
8 p.m. be purchased from any of appreciation program for our 11.00 UP
the members of the church. The Christian Science Society, NW pastor. The speaker for the oc
On Sunday past Father public is invited to hear these Miami, holds its services every casion was Rev. Pridgen. The
Clarke installed a new guild ticket reservationsyou at 11 Booker T. 23 Years Experience
singers. For Sunday a.m. pastor was happy to know that we
named the Vicar's Aid. For their may call OX 6.6601 or NA Washington School. Testimonial cared so much.
installation services the women 17539. meetings are held once a month MADAMHUNTER
wore white hats and gloves; the last Wednesday In each
2ND ST. LUKE M. B.
b'ack dresses and accessories. We are extending an invitation month at 8 p.m. indt '
The men wore black suits. This' to all friends and well 3261 NW 61st Terrace 1657 N.W. 73rd ST.

guild has great plans for the : wishers to come and help us MT. AARON BAPTIST Rev. James C. Nelson, pastor MIAMI, ,LA.Don't .
welfare of the vicar and church. : make a bigger and better Mt. Sunday School . 9:30 Cell Person
Hermon. 6340 N.W. 18th Ave. Morning worship . 11:00 Write- In
May God bless them and Inspire the first Lord's Rev. C.< W. Scott pastor Evening worship . . 7:30 U
them in their efforts. Sunday, Nov. 5 Des. Earl Colden, clerk

day, the Holy Communion will Sunday School....................... 9:3
The officers aro: President, be administered. It Is Imperative Morning Worship ................ 11:01 .
Mrs. William Deveaux; vice, Mrs. I that all members be present. BTU .................... BcOO I I IFor
Ethel Ferguson; secretary, Mrs. Evening; Worship .... ......-.... 7:00 CASH BENEFITS
Lona Simmons; assistant, Mrs. NEW MT. CALVARY Praiper meeting TU4lll dsjr .... 8:00 j
Albertha Edwards; treasurer,
Mrs. Mary Albury. Members: 7103 N.W. 22nd Ave.pastor SUNRISE M. B. CHURCH for you every day!
Mrs. Isabelle Young Mrs. Barbara Rev. W. P. Tarpley,
Williams Mrs. Hazel Grant Sis! Ernestine Hart, reporter 3087 N.W. 60th St.
Mrs. Charles Lockhart, Frederick Sunday School . . 9:20 Rev. H. DeLaughter pastor For Sickness or Accident :, .
Morning Service . . 11:00 Sis. Clara Carter secretary .
Morley and George Finley. To Replace Your Salary ., -
Sunday. School . . 9:80 y
Sunday Nov. 5 the Octave of The No. 1 choir will be celebrating Morning service . . 11:00 When Hospitalized "
All Saints and the fifth anniversary its Sixth Anniversary to, Evening service . . 7:30
of Father Clarke as vicarof Oct. 1012. We help invite It to you be a For Men Up To
the church. Services will be as come out and
the 17th of November }
Also on $100 week
follows: success. per
Sis. Mary Tarpley will SEE THE WORLD'S
.
Low mass, 7:30 a.m.; Church be sponsoring a play. The title GREAT SPIRITUAL Women and ChildrenUp
School 9:30 a.m.; Solemn High of this play, "How a Gambler AND PSYCHIC READER
Mas and sermon with proces- Found Peace." I think every To .6
sion at 10:45: a.m. gambler should see this play. BISHOP HUNTER {
Let us continue to pray for the $50 per week 11
don't
will sick worried,
or
The
If
anniversary sermon yon are
shut-ins. J. ":. CULIlltKTII, MQR.
be delivered by the Rev. Fr. fail to see me today. Office hour Hospitalization From Birth to Age 85
Theodore Gibson.Jr. M. B. 1 to 0 p.m. Thursday
NEW PROVIDENCE dolly p.m. Up to $200 Surgical Benefits

EYC 6 p.m.; Sr. EYC 6 Rev. C. J. Burner., pastor 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Sunday 11 ..m. Up to $24 First 3 days-$12 Next 97 Days

p.m.; Solemn Evensong 7 p.m. Sis. Claudia Wilson reporter to 3 p.m. Educational Policy-Endowment at Age 18
. 9:30
School ?
ST. LUKE BAPTISTRev. Sunday Morning Service . . 11:00 READINGS Grandpa and Grandma Special-Ages up to 85

BTU . . . .- . 5:00; Retirement Income at 65
Mrs. .Burnesta P. W. Williams Green,,reporter pastor Evening service .-. . 7:00 91.00 The Company With The

Sunday School . . 9:30 Remember baptismal cervices up GOLDEN SHIELD POLICYNo
Morning Worship . 11:00 at 7 a.m. from applicationL
Sunday
Full
Benefit
HTU . . . . B:30; on Continue In prayer for the 5417. SW 17 St. % or It'a protection
F.vpn'n; Wornhlp . . 7:00 B" INSURANCE COMPANY
Evening Service . .. 7:30The sick. WESTHOLLYWOOD I T E OF FLORIDAHome

chairman of the Don't be a Freeloader 1
General
Woman's Day committee wishes FLA. PROP. HUNTKIl Office-2546 S.W. 8th St. HI 5-2516

to thank her co-workers and Support the Fight for District 2-708 N.W. 62nd Street PL 1-6528

everyone who helped. to make Freedom .. .
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this Woman's Day a success. l ,
.
Carefully .. ,
Alto the pastor extends his JQ q'OW' NAACP Drive "
J."r1U; and appreciation.





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