The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: November 11, 1961
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00291

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Teachers Close Regional Candidate ForPh.DatUofM Carver's Rudy Cambridge

.-.,..=Meet.. :atf' MBe'" ...'.->*,-, .ac h.>,. ._"!.b..1-(':r-: ".-.!It., -'. ,..-.,._.. .-...- .-._.,........... ,. ." I is Top High !:School.-Back

GOD Attend lj|" el1J )od. )t Y, 4 at the Carman. HAS toundlnr '.. I
.. Hotel,:.Mfamf Beach Bach of :th g SCORED> la.' ''-:*'., ,4. per CLfT1fltZL, .... .
Interracial Meet' speakers''at: the fire general cessions Cambridge aijd the Hornets get
spoke on some. tacit of the TOUCHDOWNS plenty help fnjra pint'sice Carl
"Teaching: A Profession" WM theme. Anita Huffing, national ton Bethel, another\ epeed bum
the theme for the 21st S. E. Regional president, Classroom Teachers: ,. i .t- ':';" .. By LEO AUMimiSTKH er who has carried 6r|) times for .
Conference of the NEA A professional group is the Imageof ,..'iI'_ ,"'',>( <:-1"" ... ,.1.".,:-' 'it: 618 yards and a 7.6 average.Wouldn't .
Department of Classroom Teach. Us members, each reflects the ".. ., ; Carver High School's speedy 'I.
: i.'' It be a great game .
image of the classroom teacher f! -." ," little halfback, Rudy Cambridge, .
,"As we act and talk every to match Edison\ against Carver
S.. where that also. helps' to create la possibly one of the top high in the XI wan 1_ Christmas Char
the Image of teachers 'eviry a school players in the country today Ity came?

where. The teacher is an ethical .
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practical person Supt. Bailey The elusive and lithe Cam.
at the Second General Session bridge .has scored an amazing 18
talked about the Mark of Mastery touchdowns and rushed for: },
In teaching 251 yards in the first eight
Margaret Stevenson, executive games of the season 1ML
secretary, NDA, Dept. of CIas- I( ,, 4j
4' room Teachers, said that classroom rL'W Coach Traz Powell's spunky I IL j
: teacher probes explore the Hornets are cruising toward Vi! e. ja
advance regions of the teaching. 4N" their second consecutive Dig Nine
'profession South State, Championship with ''a
Leadership clinics for 7.04 record. The Hornets have
'i seven
areas followed the Saturday KENNETH D. WALKER scored 219 points while limiting
s the opposition to 49.
morning discussion 4
on NEA by Dr. Sam Ereoff, chairman of
laws and rules, Items will be the Graduate Studies Committee Only 'blemish on the Coconut
,voted upon this summer in Den. and Dr. Owre Dels, dean of the' Grove school's record la a 7<7 f\
ver.The Graduate School at the University tie with Middleton of Tampa ina
FSTA Dept. met tor a sea of Miami, have announcedthat questionable declllon which
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lion from 1-3:30: to discuss
gen. Kenneth D. Walker is the even the hometown newspaper I II.i
oral! prob.ems: of
.. the communicationand first and only Negro to be ac called the officiating terrible.
forthcoming mid-winter cepted as a candidate for the ,
... planning meeting in Ft. Lauder-I. doctor of education degree at Negro Mlamians got a chuckle
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EMANUEL FRYAR dale. Mrs. Mogul Dupree and the the university. Mr. Walker, who this week when the local dallies ,
I is assistant principal for 'curriculum carried the grid statistics of the I
Conference chairman (continued on page 9)) at North Dade High schools across the tracks. Takea ,

School, has chosen curriculumand look at these comparisons: '

supervision as his area of Edison High, the No 1 teamin
specialization the state, has rushed for
Mr; Walker's acceptance laid 1,779 yards and passed for 475.

tJ: Dr. Baker HIndman, his advisorwas :'M 1r ..;..Ut9..zr lu.l\\ft....band' \
not based upon his race but iJ

upon his outstanding academic Leading scorer for Edison is .
record, his high tfst results and. Dob Ashworth with 54 poinU. RUDY OJlnnIDOI t
excellent recommendation. Cambridge has scored 108 I

f Mr. Walker, who with his points.
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wife Iris, and three children, re. Edison quarterback Pete Kler- !
side at 1920 NW 66th St., Is a nan has picked up 426 yards in GIVE TO
native of Montgomery, Ala. lie
64 carrier for a 6.7 average
Is an honor graduate of Bun man Cambridge ha* amassed 1,261 UNITED FUND! I
Junior College' Prairie View College yards In 101 carries for an as
School of Engineering, Ala _
bama State College and Atlanta
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Turn to PU.D Candidate, page 4

OPEN DOOR rya, / y ,


TV ,
"The Sunday School of the yl
Air" will feature the Intermediate .
class of the Church of The I
Open Door (Congregational) I
this Sunday on television station
W PST-T V, channel 10, at 10:30: I

a.m. ,
Clifford Matthews, superintendent -

of the Sunday School along
"' i ; a with Miss Lucretla Coleman,
t teacher of the Intermediate,, class 11
have worked faithfully in preparing -
this group for what prom
lies to be a most Interesting a 4 I
Bible discussion. Other teachers I

,.,.....ilMQlWjF JIIiiII! iiA-=-- -........ e.wsw who have of this shared program In the Include.preparation ; r4- ,

On Friday, Nor '3, many MIamiaas I Many, I am sure, were enchant. Mrs Edith Washington, Mr. 1,
spruced up for an evening ed by her poise and charm, Our Clyde and Mrs. Sadie Johnson
of entertainment and dancing 1 own local models stirred the %
at Bayfront Park auditorium. audlen '1 imagination and let
This was the evening of Alpha them oohing and aahlng. Such Fight TB '

Kappa Alpha's annual social models were Eddie Strachan aaaa__ __ ______ _
event-Fashionetta. Johnnie Taber, Francis Tush, _
The show opened with the Josephine White, Verna Lewis, 1 ,
procession of the 1961 winnersof Eugene Brown, Vivian White I
the Fashionetta contest, Westley Bradwell, Rosalyn
Brenda Rivers as Little Miss Bethel, Drenda Frazier, Carmen
Fashionetta; Anette Hunter as Dubrechat, Altamese Robinson ,
Junior Mtsa Fashionetta and Vlv. and Maxine Morris. r
ian White as Mis Fashjonetta. Warm praise are In order for
The winners were then crown Mesdames Franca Jolllvette and
H! by last year' title bolder Alice Harrison for spearheadingthis 1e/4;
May that evening be a treasured wonderful show. d

one In the life of each deserving The funds from Faahloaeita LiiiyUse Famous model and cover girl, Helen Williams, made

winner.curtains are used to support various com. all heads turn when sho sauntered onto the pool patioat
The then opened witha munlty projects such as the Audi
flash of color as Miss Helen tory Hearing Unit at Floral the Hampton House last week. The 'pretty model who

Williams ,popped through a Heights Elementary: which Is has worked in the top fashion houses of Paris spent two
beautifully designed tapestry of need to he"p children! with severe days here while doing a fashion show for the local Alpha.
autumn. fin, Williams, the cover hearing defects and the Alpha Christmas Seals
girl of New York City, was Kappa Alpha Room at Chrlitlan I I Kappa Alpha Sorority. The gent with the smile of appro
warmly! received by the audience. ; Hospital, val Is international singing star Napoleon Reed.

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA I Beauticians to Hold be Meredlan Mrs. ,R. Miss.Calamese A varied Russell and of

PAGE 2 SATURDAY NOVEMBER 11 1961 PUN PHUN rich experience in cosmetology
Educational ClinicSt. will be brought by Mrs. Russell

.... has studied in
lly PHIL OSSOKBR Germany,
-- Petersburg AJ1 licensed Franc, Italy and the Universityof
beauticians and cosmetology stu California
Invited to attend the
One of the biggest stumbling dents are Clinic Mrs. Jenett Summers wtyl be
Educational ,
3rd annual
Around Miami blocks to a happy life on this sponsored by the Orange Blossom co-featured as color technician.The .
earth Is the craving for more Beauticians Association' sessions will begin at 9 a.m.
8 and more material possessions.. Preparations to accommodate
Unit No.2 Nov. 13 and 14. a
With the continual blasting of large attendance have ,been'com.
TV and radio commercials'', with The clinic will be conductedat pleted by tin Unit No.2.
By DAVE BONDU eye-appealing newspaper and the Jordan Park Community

magazine ads, we are dally being Center, 2240 9th av. South. Miss Emma Hayes, reporter
exhorted to buy more of thisor This year's guest artist will Mrs. Edna Davis, president

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no uncertain terms how much ..
HERE WE GO AGAIN! Seems ally done what should have ,been happier we will be with these
that what /people call the "Gun done many, many years ago. He products.

Kick" I'm on should really be has organized the Bartenders, How can we overcome this NEW CUSTOM BUILT HOMES
called "Life Kick". Guns Barmaids, Waitresses and Walt barrage of materialism In such a
not hunting rifles but pistols ers. This is a good association that we can be happy withor
be done with. I talked who work as way Sold 35 already-Demand
must away because people without these things? The so great
with our Kenneth Williamswho public servants should work for
Is through de.
answer, I ,
is a candidate for the City decent wages, decent hours1', and tachment. We have built more
Commission and he had promisedthat have rights like everyone else.
What IB detachment? To me,
if he has the support of the The Hampton House has the It means the realization that See 3062 N.W. 60th Street
'Pt'opleand is elected the first highest paid employees' in these God possesses all things and that
Negro city commissioner he will fields in town. It will not only .
we only "loan" them to be uses Open Sunday 12 noon to 5 pm.
do everything In his power to try make these- persons closer" together according to His will If we practice
to revised Sullivan Law tor wilt better their .
get but con.dltions detachment, we feel no dli-
the city and county in which we and make them more appointment when He takes them $1,000 CASH $100 PER MONTH
try to live. Oh, we know Mr. Williams conscious of their customers away from us.
cannot do this alone, but wishes for good service. In other Diblcally phrased, detachment -+-
we can 'put him in a position words, a person will work bet means to seek frlst the Kingdom,
where he can speak for what we ter and be more interested In that all our needs might be ad. Milton Rothman
want. Frankly, the way people whatever job he is doing if he is ded unto us. (Matt. 6.33). Thuswe
are being killed by small arms properly paid. attain detachment by replacing 7287 S.W. 57th Avenue
there won't be .
many people left
the cravings for material
in our area to worry about the TILL NEXT WEEK Live
benefits with strong yearning
Russians' and voting and such. life, every golden minute of It. for the spiritual benefits. As we I Phones MO 7-2561 or MO 6-8407

The people who sell these (pistols PEACE. strive to follow God's teachings,
are against the movement because .
and His decrees
as we accept we
it cuts into their profits, become able stewards for the
G. W. C. Branch
and the undertakes are probably
earthly things bestowed upon us.
looking for the business! but
we must have peace at home before YMCA Holds Detachment has Its eternal
benefits, too, as envisioned by
we can expect it in the
world. Let's pet rid of guns and Baha'u'llah, Prophet-Founder of STAR MEAT MARKET
the Baha'l Faith He said "The
at :least have PEACE of mind. Awards DinnerThe ,
Prophets and Messengers of
George Washington Car. God have been sent down for the '
sole purpose of guiding mankindto 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
PRETTY GIRL or the Week: ver Branch of the YMCA held
Edna Dcveaux Pretty Boy of Its annual awards dinner on Oct. the .straight path of God. The
the Week: Frank Duboise 26 In the 'Y' Breezeway Louis purpose underlying their revelation .
:Man! About Town: Charles Con- H. Portlock, chairman of the hath been been to educateall
treras. board of directors, presided. men, that they may, at the THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICEs
The program Included devo hour of death, ascend In the utmost .
tions and address by the Rev. purity and eanctly, and with
Henry C. McDowell of the Churchof absolute detachment, to the
THE "GLASS"who lifts the throne of the Most High"
the Open Door, demonstrationsof
golden touch, eez "thanks Thus, detachment
my means hap
people} Since he has taken over physical, art and other phasesof piness In both worlds. Fresh Meat-Low Prices
the Y's In action
program :
the lounge of the Sir John it is
presentation of awards and clos
netting BO von can't get a seat in
ing prayers by the Rev. EdwardT.
the plnre. I stopped in last weekend Graham of Mt. Zion Baptist Hair Weev Technician
and the lounge seems like Church. _.._-
the old nonu'ar r '
meeting; place I
Plaques were given to the following .
named' to know I saw folk in thereT
: Mrs. Clora Pearsall,
like hadn't"old seen home In week a year." The It was trio principal of Orchid Villa school:

r invin' there is the Gonzales Luther Brooks, owner of Bond Work In New YorkMaids
ed Collection
Agency; Miss
"nr! Hov Trio and are on the
Blanche Calloway of radio L
"n"v "
fhnr'.p: Stvle, and thepndf"nee
la tnkln'! to them Over WMBM and H. E. S. Reevesof and Mother's Helpers Cooks
he Miami Times ,
'Jn the Knight' Bent The''Glass!!!
own} noire th1.rtp1":: of Sonnv Pins were given to the Revs.
Til fOrjole-O. Vlrsla Til. Rhe hasp Edward T. Graham, John F. Housekeepers, etc.
"sin" of taVnt. is mrptty and Savoy, Henry M. McDowell: Louis
ran ro&'r the home Then next Portlock Jr., Arlington Sands *
week'! mv hnhy'! will be the star Miss Helen Dorsett, Robert

"ttrArtlon. Who 'is mv baby? Why Clark, Alexander Brooks; and citations Excellent Live-in Positions Year Round
Winnie Brown, of course !!! to Charles Lockhart Benny ,
O'Berry, Charles Hadley,
Arthur Evans. William Johnson, Private Homes

VOTT AHR WRLCmro. to the Paul Joseph, Willie Parker, ,
Free F*h Fry at Baker's Fa. Mrs. Rose S. Brown Mrs. James TOP SALARIES "
mona Corner! next Wednesday" !! Watson Eugene Kemp, Jefford yev we
pt"M.' Them wiN\ he !some! free Smith, Paul Joseph Mrs. Mer- '
door nrlzei And vent know I'll be desta Wilson and Mw. Rosebud All Jobs Guaranteed '//J: :
there to ret anything that's free. Byrd '

T have gotten nn a champagne The exhibits' made by our S a Free Medical!
kirk nnd Rime Baker's'! has Paul youth were creditable. Many of <-

Mnpsnn's rhampajrne that'
the items would make suitable
Mrs Sallie Collins attendedthe NO DEPOSIT!
for n"fPInk rhnmpatme and Christmas if interested
(presents, you are
fried fish KPV that could take and want to encourage Hair Weev Convention In NO REGISTRATION I I11tANSPORTATION
the place: of fish nnd hushpu ples. these workers, drop by any day. New York City. She learned the
Baker's is on 15th ave. from 9:30. latest techniques In hair weer ADVANCED!
styling. If you have a hair weev
THE PAR ANT> RTRDTE Club problem call her at the Modernistic DROP IN-PHONE OR WRITE. NO RED TAPE
will hold Us monthly tournament Tea SundayThe Beauty Salon. 826 NW 3rd
nt Miami Springs Country Club ave,_ She will be happy to serve
thfr! Sunday nt 8:30 a.m. All Phylll Wheatley Art and you. Phone FR 49944.
member! are asked to be on time Social Club cordially invites you. WORLDWIDEEMPLOYMENT
and the public is Invited to to Its. annual tea at the1 Mary
come out and watch the action, Elizabeth Hotel Fiesta Club, NW r
Our thanks to Manager Norman 2nd ave. and 6th St., Sunday, .
Durbln for his cooperation In Nov. 12, 4 to 6 p.m., featuring AGENCY
helping to schedule this tourna Phyllis Wheatley School Choral

ment. Group and Northwestern High s 1307 N.W. 3rC Ave. FR 3.5755
School Octet. Mrs. Willie F.
O'lAJJ CAMPBELL has fin. Sparkman, president. Donation. I

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NAACP Convention to Honor


9 Militant Florida Ministers ,

Egelloc Club Book dames Mayme Williams, Eliza
beth E. Johnson, principal of
2 MIAMIANS TO members of the Youth Council Phyllis Wheatey: Elementary!
appeal by NAACP I lawyers Review SaturdayOn School and Mitt\ Olive B. Alex
ander of the James E. Scott
REV. C. K. STEELE SR., fath..
November 11, the Egelloc Community Center.A .
er of several boys who have alto
Social Club, Inc., Invites you to
quit picketing variety storesin date to remember: Kindly
Eight Florida ministers fellowship with them at their an.
Pensacola. He was fined and red circle around this
nual book review. This this place a
will be given citations at year
convicted. His conviction is on task has been accepted by the date on your calendar, and let
the 22nd convention of the Fla. stood firm in the Freedom a
so ( good music and congenial friends-
k most able and dynamic Mrs.\ Eugenia
NAACP branches in Jacksonville.The Fight, Rev. Steele will be honored J. Williams librarian, Be- help you forget the problems of
convention will open on for continuous and outstand.ing thune Elementary School Her life. The date is Nov, 22, the
November 16 and continue thru leadership In many areas' of selection: is "To Kill a Mocking club's annual costume Harvest
the 19th. /IA NAACP work. Bird" by Harper Lee. The gracious Moon Dance at the newly deco-
rated Harlem: Square. Admission
committee for the REV. W. O. WELLS Cocoa setting for this occasion
will be at tho spacious Jennings $1.25. Time 10 to 2 a.m. Approach -
announced this week that special vice president of the state or.ganzation Thanksgiving with a song
residence 1140 Northwest
awards will and Broadway Theatrical Extravaganza ,
go to the following president of the
St. at 8 We offer hospitality In heart and good heart
NAACP religious leaders: Brevard County branch. Rev. presents featured players p.m. our your a '
Wells will be honored for out. and featured parts from the best if you will come, sip and toward aLJane :
REV. A. LEON LOWRY, standing work In the areas of of the great New York stage pro. chat with us.
NAACP state president, for con desegregation in education, transportation ductlons. We also desire to honor the D. Lewis, president
tinuous leadership in the Fight fine following persons for outstanding
and in his efforts to He ,sure to witness this
for Freedom In Florida. develop a spirit of brotherhood production on Nov. 30 In the work In the community fora
among Christian ministers In JJ. T. Washington auditorium. period of years. The many humanitarian Don't be a Freeloader I
FR. THEODORE R. GIBSON, Florida. acts of kindness are
of the stars
'a vice president of the state Doris Caliber, one too numerous to mention at this Support the Fight for
NAAOP and president of the Miami 'REV EDWARD T. GRAHAM, of this production is a native of time, but we feel sure that at
branch, for his continous ef. Miami, for his leadership over a Saint Thomas, Virgin Islands, re.de one time or another, you, to have Freedom .
forts to prevent hostile elements long period of time, in trying to cetved her bachelor of music been touched by the magnetic
from obtaining membership lists improve conditions for Negroesand gree from Howard University personality of these ladies: Mes. Join Your NAACPPEOPLES ]
of magnificent meno-
Possessor a
in Florida and his dynamic leadership for his stand In protecting
voice, she received spec. ......,.
in the constitutional soprano -Y :.y
Dade County which has rights of Negroes ww ww
fostered the before a hostile cal coaching from the famous
breaking down of legislative
racial discrimination in commltt* baritone, Todd Luncan, and such DRUG STORE BARBECUE Ii
many excelent: teachers as Carolyn
areas. I >FR DAVID. A. BROOKS AND Grant, Otto Herz, Marlnka Gure. AND LUNCHEONETTE

REV. E. C. TILLMAN, Daytona REV. A.: REDDICK along with with and Martin Rich.
402 and 406 N.W. 8th Street FR 4-5874
Beach, for his leadership In ,' Fr. Gibson were instrumental in I
in Washington,
Her concerts
flung suit in
helping to end racial discrimination a Federal District

in transportation in Floridaby Court which brought about de. D. C., New York City seaboard, Doston cities and Drug. Store Bar-B..Que

state leading to a group through the in segregation Tallahassee' of airport facUlties have other received eastern high critical ac Specializing in prescriptions featuring breakfast, lunch
study discrimination and claim. latent medicines and sundries ndinner.. Old Hickory liar
his leadership in moving to end The awards will: be York brcuo from 5 p.m.
racial given at Making her home In New
discrimination In Volusia the Open dally 0:80: a.m. 12 p.m. I,
County schools. Thursday night "Keynote" Miss Gallber became soloist of Fri., Sat to llOO: ..m. OIHMI Frl. ft Sat to 2U10: n.ni M
meeting The meeting will be the St. Mark's Methodist Church. t

REV. W. C. DOBBINS, Pensa- held at the St. Stephens AME\ Later she performed In the Satisfaction Guaranteed Free Delivery ro '

cola, this young minister was Church at 7:30 p.m. Speaker will European and South American ..i)
arrested for refusing to order be Rev. Lowry. production of "Porgy and Bess.*' &8SSSSlS&eS&5Sa&S&SSSSeS
She the role of "Frankle"In
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"Carmen Jones" of the New
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Carver Branch 'Y' T.V. ;1

ea f : b.of Conducts Family WE BUY: SELL AND TRADE TV SETS

tt t- ? +' M MA Bean SupperDo I, RADIO, HI.FI :AND STEREO REPAIRS

We Sell Used TVs on Credit
you feel as a parent that ,
there is not enough spent with 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-8024
your youngsters or family In
activities -llllllilJliiirll i #I= f.llrr lSP R II
some kind of wholesome
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k d 4: The George Washington Carver I

'I .. YMCA has planned just that AidsI
ry School/ for Nurse's i
kind of activity for you and l
your family.

The Family Dean Supper, a TEN WEEKS COURSE
project designed to bring all
campers, parents and friends of ENROLL NOW I
r' the Branch, will be held in the ,
beautiful breezeway of the Association
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MRS. IOXA BUCIIOLTZ Friday, Nov. 17 at 8

Auxiliary Board No. 2 of Thin activity offers a great Have a Lifetime ProfessionFR
Greater Bethel AME Church II
opportuhlty for all campers -
extending a cordial invitation toY Day and Residence, counselors 9-7357
all of Miami to attend its annual and friends of the association to

1 Harvest Tea on Sunday, Nov. 12 get-together in an evening of -. -.
from 4 to 6 in the church :; : .or -
p.m. fellowship and fun as they participate
basement. In addition to the tea, '""
I. in the games, group sing '----
, the crowning of Mrs. Auxiliary: ing. demonstration of activities
;I Board No. 2 will be the feature such as riflery and archery, given smurs CUJ-RAJE STOREThe
of the occasion. The contestants by the campers.
j are Mds. lona Bucholtx, shown
\ Other features of this activitywill
above and Mrs. Alice Jones be the guest appearance of Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
whose picture was not available
, at press! time. Sd, xk Carl Mrs. Harolean E. Yaeger Sluart, and Storr Arthur, Dr. 1201\ N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4.2376

Shown, also, are Mrs. Hubert Evans.
" II. Gill, who will speak and Mrs. BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIALS
I.MILS. I.w I. Parents Interested In attend. .
[ Susie W. Francis, the energetic Binders 8Sto 1.49 Binders
Ing may visit the branch at 6770
Tea and Contest
chairman. Mr.l.I
i I Jessie Giles is president and NW 16th ave or call OX 60231. Sheets D* to JMJ* ('ne.It'on' '

j Daniel R. Francis is master of RAlIpoInt Pen 10* 08* nook 25. 40*

'\< ceremonies. io-IteNo Beta 3.08 (Gift

!i Among the city's mOlt talented
HtllAlgbtnJ.D<< Bridge Keno Sets 1.08 I
who will appear on the well.
I planned program are Baldwin Comb 70* 9.0ft Iron 50* S.08 ,

,1\ Hepburn, Mrs. Margaret Miller,
8 A.M. to 10 P.M. I
and Mine Elva Evans. Repre.
sentatives and groups from manyof JOHN A. MoMINN. Owner

the local churches will be __
among the large audience In at. If uLr M>Uf -- w

tendance. SUSiE W. FRANCIS I "

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717 N.W. 62nd St.

1 14 $ $ .$ $ $ $ $ $ $ PL 8-3901 HAROLD JOLLIVETTE, Manager

is interested in providing UF ASKS .
PAGE 4 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1961 County better Manager medical Irving and social care for aged

persons and disturbed children on county rolls. To this PLEDGE ENOUGH

end he has announced a change from the Welfare to TO HELP
Hospital department effective November 16.
McNayr said the present system fails provide continuity I ENOUGH .

_.'_ ___ ---.1.- ._. _-:... of patient care, and administrative duplication involved -
-- -- -- United 'Fund'has kicked oft its
., ,. ._-- wastes of about $70,000 a. year. 1962, campaign 'as' thousands of
Main Office at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Fhon* OX 1-O421 He promises to end this waste and revealed another. volunteers throughout' Dade
Branch at 1112 N.W. Third Are., Miami, Florida-Phone FR 32230 plan to save $40,000 ,a year on medical care for the aged. County are nQw canvassing theirneighborhood
McNayr said Metro pays for the care of 1,629 per- area
II. 1C. SIUISMUND: REEVES, Editor and Publisher sons in 42 institutions costing a million dollars a year. He The 1962, goal Is $2, 798,822
GAIITII C. REEVES, Managing Editor proposes increases for nursing homes of $1 to $5 daily to support the programs of 39

Kntered as-Second Class. Matter, August 9, 1027, at the Poet Officeat per patient; boarding homes, up to 60 cents .to $3.50 and health building, welfare'and agencies. character

Miami Florida, under the act of March 8, ,1870, homes for disturbed children, up to 80 cents to $4.80. Campaign slogan Is "Pledge
the Manager would
The raises proposed by Enough to Help Enough."
add $200,000 to welfare-hospital budget and must be approved ,
REFUGEE PROBLEMThe by the Metro Commission. Following a noon-day parade
down Flagler Street with the
United States Senate sub-committee has set Wednesday flea TV simulcast In Dade County
and Thursday, December 6 and 7 as the time for Purchasing of the Miami Transit System fromUam.Baiwleyis'still'a1 WU .. .- United Fund'-,voluntaerarbt.
I faro lem jffir heommissioners q irTuesday 1.'thelr oorao; $ ; l .
heatin&:9f9eob..!! P oil m. \ : '
: ;Sunday _
> NovjrjB.:
the"commissidn voted t '
:'4f p'Pt ti4"tim ''ttl, e. fl sea ." 1: et\4r1w&-coDt1nuetI"unt11 Dee.
it : ; ,the county,, for them. : t-t.. : <,< '
In .treateMj4jn ld tp 1f 1. ; pays $ : 1. ... ,... .
-these:rcfiffffefeB'*ltfr open arms and The original plan was to have the bushes :rolling for' .. Campaign' 't results;, t. :are. : announce

has done everything possible; help them, but she is now 'Metro on November 11 when the bus union and the Paw- ed weekly at special report luncheon
finding a difficult task, and would welcome the relocation ley contract ends. But the busmen had other ideas; and meeting held each Tues-
: of some of these people. threatened to strike, so the chances and/ there will be- a day.business For firms the first are time.underwritingthe Dade

Dade schools are overcrowded, it's difficult to find postponement.Metro major coat of these 'meetings
housing and more difficult to find jobs for refugees. will hardly do anything that will cause a strikeas In addition to their contributionsto
Then, too, Negroes are complaining that the Cubansare they take over, especially at this season of the year, the United Fund.
given preference and in some, instances are being replaced yet they cannot bargain with the union on union terms. ,Sponsor for the report luncheon
by the refugees. The court will probably settle their? differences. meeting on Tuesday Nov 14, is
While with the unfortunate Cubanswe Southern Dell Telephone and
we sympathize' Telegraph Co.
feel that charity should begin at home, or in other
''Ph.D. Candidate FOR SALETwo U. S. Congressman Dante B.
words, American citizens should at least stand an equal
Fascell will be the guest speak.
chance of getting employment. (continued from page 1) 3-bedroom homes, all er. He will discuss the Impor
The Federal government has given $1,596,000 to tiled features, fenced. 2227 tance of a successful United Fund
help the refugees, ibut according to State SuperintendentThomas University. He ha also studied campaign in Dade County.
in the Army ASTP Program at Forest St., also 5550 S.W.
D. Bailey, that amount covered only 40 per cent New York University FloridaA "Through the untiring efforts
of the cost of educating the 10,000 refugee1 children in and M University Boston University 24th St., West Hollywood. of thousands of volunteer work.
Dade County. and University of Colora- Small down payment. Bal era, we are confident that this
United Fund Campaign be
Superintendent Bailey said the state must have a do.Mr.. Walker has held his present ance like rent. No closing success," commented Edward can F.a
congressional appropriation, not just money periodicallyfrom administrative position at cost, no qualifying. Call HI Sweneon Jr., general campaign
the Presdent's foreign aid fund. North Dade for the .past threeyears' chairman.
; after having taught in the 3-8412, HI 3-1983 or YU
Among witnesses at the hearing will be Gov. Farris public schools of Dade County 35815. charetNIGHTINGALE Have, you done your fair
Bryant, Bishop Carroll of the Roman Catholic Church, since 1952 and prior to this ,in
County :Manager Irving McNayr, Charles Lockhart, Sher- Alabama school system.

iff Tom Kelly, Wesley Matthews, Associate Superintendent COLLEGE
of Schools, representatives, from the Health, Educa-
tibn, immigration and Em'ployment.departments. and rep- BroadwayExtravaganza 265 N.W. 5th Street FR 3-1675
resentatives from the press.

Let us hope that out of this, hearing will come ade- Nov. 30 ENROLL NOW FOR
quate appropriation for the refugees. Shouldn't such an
appropriation be considered foreign aid? 48th Physician's Assistant Class

TUBERCULOSIS SUNDAY Prepare for a lifetime profession

Sunday, November 12 will be observed as Tuberculosis Builders Attention Air Conditioned Classroom
Sunday. This is an annual event sponsored by the N17
Tuberculosis Association for the benefit of those suffering .....-........-.........-..-........'

from this dreaded disease.TB Lot For Sale
Associations throughout ,the country, participatein

the well known Christmas Seal program campaign _._. u...................._ DADE COUNTY JUNIOR COllEGE
which begins on November 13 and runs through Decem- ONLY $500 DOWN
ber 25. This is the 55th year for the Christmas Seal cam- 1895 N.W. 95th Street, Miami 47, FloridaNOTICE
paign and the 33rd conducted by the Dade County Tuber 50' x 105'
culosis Association.
Ready to Build, $3,500
Last year 40 Dade Countians died of TB, 457 spent Pay balance when house U -'V
some time in the State TB hospitals and 290 new cases built and sold.Redwood. w TO ALL NEW'A'PPLICANTS
have been reported to health authorities.The ANDRETURNING

disease is communicable and necessary precau. RealtyPL t STUDENTS

tions should be taken. ,Much progress has been made in
8-1654 Applications for Spring Semester, 1962, are now being
fighting this disease but the battle has not as yet been
won. accepted. Students who apply after December 4,
1961, will be limited in the courses they select.
Of the funds collected in Dade County, 81 per cent FOR RENT may
remains in the county, 13 per cent goes to the State TB For application blanks and catalog, write or come to
Association and six per cent to ;the National Association. 5820 NW 17th Ave. the Admissions Office, Dade County Junior College,
1895 N.W. 95th St. ''Dl .


The annual United Fund Campaign is in full swing.In tll I" '" " ,.," " ,"I','" #.,,....." ,,
1 and 3
I fact, more than 37 per cent of the $2,798,258 has been
raised or pledged. The drive is now on for the balance of I You can rent these fine The Sunlight School of
i i suites for home and business -
$1,753,258. I alone. Can use for office BEAUTY CULTUREIs
Workers began door to; door solicitation on Sunday. I appliance repairs, locksmith .

Everybody who can should support the United Fund. : photo, letter and Holding Its ,
Give what you can afford, when you do so, you are help name service. Many others. f
ing to carry on the work of the 39 agencies supported br 25TH ANNUAL GRADUATION EXERCISES'
this fund. See and call Louis

Just think about them and what they are doing. We OX 1.5761 SUNDAY, NOV. 12 3 p.m.
have the American Red Cross, Dade County Chapter;
American Children's Home, Dade County Association for for appointment Mt. Zion Baptist Church

Child Guidance Clinics, Catholic Welfare Bureau, Greater 301 N.W. 9th Street

Miami Jewish Center, Greater Miami Urban League, Sadie Hawkins Day .
Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, Mental Health Society, Muscular '

Dystrophy, St. Alban's Nursery, Salvation Army, James E. Dance J.. BaJdi, eminent teacher and lecturer on Beauty: :

Scott Community Association, Protestant Service Bureau, Culture, principal speaker .
Retarded Children's Society, Travelers Aid Society, Light- SPONSORED BY

house for the Blind, American Children's Home, Child- CHARMETTES INC.. OF SPECIAL 'UJESTSi ..
ren's Service Bureau, Day Nursery, Visiting Nurses As- MIAMI

sociation, YM and YWCA, Family Service, Cancer Institute Friday, Nov. 17.10 p.m. tl? Mrs. Terry Roman, member State Board of Beauty .
of Miami, Hearing and Speech Center and the Welfare Culture; Mrs. Arlean Waldon president, Orange '
Planning Council of Dade County. HAHLEM SQUARE BALLROOM Blossom Beauticians Association.
Surely there Arc some of these deserving everybody's MUSIC BY .
support. Do not fail to contribute to the Dade County BILLY ROLLS & ORCHESTRA Admission FREE Public Invited

United Fund. Donation $1.25
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Annie M. Edwards, moth. 4./'
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and Mrs..Hazel E. Wright, celebrated '1'....
her 89th birthday on Oct. as low ..
Service First
18. Forthat occasion her
daughters planned a "shower of $5.40
birthday greetings1."

yT Word spread rapidly to friends Insurance SUrta row In
t / M in and out of town, and resulted
in an avalanche of beautiful, surance Immedi
friendship greetings from all Agency ately.
over the United States and Can ,
ada. Close to 150 greetings, many : Miami; ,, Opa Locka
with money notes and pictures
tucked inside were received. 3497 N.W. 7th Ave. 16300 N.W. 27th Ave.
Added to these were six con. NE 5.6355 ;r-- NA 4.6612
gratulatory telegrams' a numberof -01
personal; gifts and flowers of
all kinds rose bushes, patted
flowers and florist cut flowers. e

About five o'clock several t! ,
lci1h\ J&rWl\4"J\ ewh! 'I.t VlI1J In IJJ nth! 1(11 i )
t << med e b tM 1\0
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friend?, both old and young.
called to wish Mrs. Edwards, a
Happy Birthday
JESCA Salutes "Remarkable" Rubin All Hoard new QuinlelA Tote

,:< Among the busy people who find .time to contribute For Sale or Rent GENERAL Strict Observed Post Time will be
': '", their worthwhile is Rubin Mitchell I
t, ,, time an talents to causes NEW HOME Individual Sent
\1" "., popular personality in the entertainment world. ADMISSIONANOTHER
Each year when Sigma. Omicron Chapter, Alpha Chi Pi 935 NW 49th St.
Omega Sorority give its annual Benefit Tea for JESCA $500 down payment
Day Care Center at Liberty Square, Mr. Mitchell takes Low down payment 50

time out from his busy schedule to participate in the pro- Open Sunday 1-5
gram. The board of directors and staff salute you, Rubin p.m. *
Mitchell. MO 5-6870 t,1!!!

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with SportsBy Sports Happenings I SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1981 PAGE7 ,: ";


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have been asked, how come would! like to meet Doug Vaillant
the Sir John Arena has closed at Miami Deach. This would bea Marshall 50 . Dunbar 6
down If the correct answer good drawing card. Carver (Miami) 32 BTW 0
could have been, given it would Kid Pancho, who fought back Pinellas High 26 . Gibbs 19
have been published' long before In the early 20's now operates a North Dade 26 Blanche Ely 12 EPINDR
this edition restaurant at 265 West Flag:er Middleton 42 Wash. (Pen.) 6
There was a small item about St. Quite anumber of the sportIng Jones 7 . Northwestern 0 ?X
it, ''but it was only rumor. crowd visits there. Panchowas
How a tough kid in his day. ..
come one of our sports The Carver High eleven of Ml
writers, Lou Gross, has the nerve Joe Loul0 is going to promote ami is beginning to sing "One COMING ATTRACTIONSA PETITE WILLIE M. GREET
to pan the officials: when they fights, and speaking of Joe, he More River to Cross" as they NOVEMBER flick star. is all out for Miss Ceasor's University
are assigned there by the boxing was one of the great heavy. prepare to take the week off before ring Bobby Darin, the new sing, title: winner of this contest
commission? After all they are weights of all times. He was a taking on their last .opponent ing sensation turning actor, will will reign at Classic Time
supposed to be capable of doing credit to his race and boxing. in the Big Nine South Football feature Sidney Peltier Tre Joan Adderley is busy pol. .
their Job. Another thing is he Good luck Joe. Conference come November Charmettes, Inc. are planning ling for "Miss PAA", another hot .. t
was called on a wrong decision 19. The 1960 State Championsare their Sadie Hawkins Day Dance Orange Blosom Classic popular : S,',
made at the Little River Club a Mike Kaplan a good fighter almost: a certainty to win the Friday, Nov.. 17 at the Harlem .' There's a Designer's FasblonJ ,
short time back. I always In his .own right, fought the top honors again in the South Square. If you haven't attendedone Show Saturday, Dec. 2 at the
thought a manager should not best. The native of Boston who Conference, particularly since don't miss this Dog Patch Hampton House Lounge. Admission }'I{
have the authority to Judge a knows the business, was over the strong Northwestern. team shindig Sigma Gamma Rho'a to this affair holds good for ,
fight. The one I am referring to ruled by the commission for took a 7.0 shellacking from Broadway Extravaganza will feature the Napoleon Reed's show .
i la the Josh Thomas Harry Tet- stopping a fight when he saw fit. Jones High of Orlando. The some of the excerpts from Sid Pol tier in "Ralain1 in The 3
low fight. Lou Gross also trains Kaplan was right for the boy Carver team in defeating Booker top Brdw'y hits by stars of original Sun" received' outstanding raves 'i

fighters, works the corners, was catching everything. The T. Washington, 32-0, have s i x ,productions, Thusday, Nov. in this week's Miami herald'.
Judges fights and also writes a commission allowed these two wins and one tie in conference 30 at BTW audit. It's benefit of theatre section This flick takeson '
column" on boxing. He had better boys a rematch to Justify the play. No other team in the con. their scholarship fund. a new slant from what we are ..I
stick to one thing. decision by calling the fight no fer ince ,can match this record used to seeing to be frank, its -
There are around 200 boxers contest. It seems that this polltlcal as of now.Marshall. caption could easily be what .,
in the radius of 30 miles, how appointed commission was will probably be against the Dun- many families were faced in '
come we see the same facee so swayed by the crowd who did not High of Plant City bar team on Nov. 17 in .their Miami, under the changes in :
card twice or three times on a have a scratch on them, nor did and Union Academy of Bartow, homecoming. communities where White moved
week when all the clubs are in a the local promoter and handlers. the leading contenders for honrs According to our records the out, not to mention the financial
action? Why not give of Kaplan refeered a bout the tel In the South West Football Con. Roooevelt team of West Palm: angle that gives it a true "
the other boys a chance After lowing week. ference will meet head.on' this Beach has lost four games in to life happening. Be sure to see ,
all they have to learn weekend with both teams sporting conference pay: without a win
or other. Promoters Dr. Sam Kaplan will assist Dr. a perfect record to date. also and their next three opponents IT WAS TOLL) to Yours Trnly I
looking for name flghtere.are always Don't James McCormick in the future Both teams met and defeated the are Ely< North Dade and that Grand Deputy Daughter .
forget these kids can in the Miami area with the Dunbar High team of Ft. Myers. Dlllard. They will meet Dade and Ruler, Marie White is planning
,give the
fans plenty of action and fighters. He la a capable and well Union Academy defeated Dun. Dillard away from West Palm. to retire from Elkdom after 19
times take the some liked physician! who practices 1 in bar on Oct. 27, 370. Last week years. Her leadership in Florida
the main event. away from Miami< and Miami Deach. end Marshall High defeated theFt alone has been outstanding. I
I I Myers team 50 to 0. Both of Football ScoresFla. wonder It the Daughter will take
received word that a this ? ? ? Classic
youngup the above named games were Time is Just
and coming fighter is finally Lew Black, an old timer, played in Ft. Myers. From this A&M 32 . NO A&T 12 around the corner (Dec. 9)),
going to get in the money brack seems to ''be keeping his Negro ange: it would appear that the J. C. Smith 14 . Va. St. 9 Seats are now on sale at Charlie j
fighters in
et. It Is about time. He is none good shape. Some of Marshall High offensive game Ed Waters 28 .S.O. Trade 8 North's Travel Bureau-and
other than Joey Reynolds, ',135Iba. his winners. Josh Thomas, Pren. 'be a slight stronger than Md. State 25 . Dela. St. 8 that 300 ticket is four. bucks this Bay
from St. Louis, Mo. He has tics Snipes Al, Levi! Forte, Sammy Coach may McKlnney's boys. On the Bluefleld . 50 D.O. Tea. 0 year. Seats Jumped, a buck ,1.
Taylor and
had 60 fights, four losses with others. Sorry can't mention many them other hand the two teams will N.C. Coil 31 Mor. Brown 21 Have you a house! or room available .
wins over outstanding boys f in a'll. play this game in Bartow, so the Alcorn A&M 20 Ard. AM&N 18 to Classic fans? Contact "
It takes
nothing but semi-windups. He up much space. 13 points difference in their Southern 7 . . Ten A&I 0 Charlie. He will welcome your
gets a well earned bout on big Who is the real manager of games with Dunbar in favor. of Ml!!!s. Voc. 13 . S.C. St. 8 T1 1t.
time with a rated fighter, Ken. Freddie Blades? I read in the Marshall might make it an even Grumbling 23 Tex. Eo'n 19 JIMMli "SnIt Pork" lUxwefl
ny Lane on the 27th of November local papers that Johnny Durns toss up with the game being play Miles 26 . . Tuskegee 12 boasts the Frank Williams' Roc.
at Minneapolis. Watch this was one, Lew Gross another and ed at Bartow. E.iz. City 7 Fayetteville 6 kettes featuring Blues King
underdog. He might upset Ken claimed by Red Williams of Ft. Lane 28 . . . Flsk 20Modehouo Oilman and song stylist Little
ny. He has Just the perfect style Lauderdale. Glbbs of St. Petersburg I la the 20 Knoxvllle 6 Cora They are giving the Socie I
for a southpaw. He is managedby only team in the Big Nine South Clark 6 . Dlllard 6 ty fane more than their money's
Thanks for the compliments on without a single win, to date. I Ky. St. 10 Lin (Mo.) 8 worth. The Jacksonville; group i
Turuche Torretz and Eddie my first column. I will make it I don't see a win for them in conference Prairie View 41 Tex. Col. 0 won on the "Big Break" TV ,,
Yowlt who also have Virgil more Interesting as I go along. play this season! and I Ham p. Inst. 31 ? Juniata 0 Continued on back page ''

Aikens. If Joe wins, this fight he Hope you like this one as well. their only chance to win a game I 34 i4' OLLLLL L .Rr4L6GLL'.liR-a' e. GM.. +,f'...'...',',.,.,+.a..;'f...'.r..r.La. e

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executive board were .present. ida prised, Georgia ten states, Kentucky: Alabama*' Missis, Flor other greater,duties"coordinator as host of, general official Announcing the opening of Liberty City's most.
Representatives were In attendance filppl, North Carolina South activities. Complete Hardware StoreJOE'S : '
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tricts. Virginia. Its worth was Roster and Resolution
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har Maedon Dullard and Audrey We carry a complete line of hardware, housowarws
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Tomorrow," following recognition been doing over the years. hostesses. were John Dullard, electrical plumbing; fishing,and toys '
of special people Including Mrs. Elizabeth Duncan Koontz Rosetta VIckers, Viola Hicks and We cut window gasa'and make keys
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is national Pauline Willis: It need
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the The Ky:, will be host to If you are a mechanic, at Joe's. Our
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few days, in Vero Beach, as the
Reml Dt Fan! Klyode was the
few in Vero Beach as the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Don The FAMU Alumni Association
house of Mr. and Mrs.
Hampton House Ready Strachan. Md. Klyode visited Miami Peter C. Jackson ,and family. is planning a chartered bus
to study local, ..state and fed.
trip to Tallahassee to attend the
eral plans: in housing and various Mrs. Jannie Neetwood, Mrs.
I ordances. His stay was an Elizabeth El, Mrs. Laura Gray, Rattlers' game against the

For Big Winter SeasonHarry enjoyable one, shared by the bospltality Clarence' Pinkard, Frank Knox Southern Jauguar Cats by air.
of choreographer and Mr. and Mrs Albert Walker andFrank conditioned Trajyways' bus.
Jackson were guests at a
Markowitt, prominent I courses. Swimming, boating and teacher the Don Strachans. dinner party on Sunday, Oct. 22 The bus leaves Miami 1 Friday,

Miami builder and businessman fishing are just minutes away at at the home of Mrs. Pauline Nor. 17, 8, ,p.m.. and will ardivein
has announced the completion of Miami's Virginia Beach. Thompson, 690 NW 22nd ave. Tallahassee:
the multi-million dollar 6-acre Everyone had an enjoyable even. Saturday 7 a.m.
resort area project, the Hampton For both large and small con ing. Leaving Tallahassee at 9 a.m.
House Motel and Villas, 4200 vention grouP', the Hampton Mrs>. Eddie Royal is back in Sunday it will arrive in Miami
NW 27th ave. House provides ideal facilities, : school for a refresher for the that evening at 7. The round trip
known as ::The Social Center of with its studio suites, meeting tit state board. All contestants for fare is $16.50.Reservations.
rooms and adaptable convention
"Miss Sunlight" are working hard
The all new Hampton House, hall. i may be made by
wondering who will be the win.
the South" has been completely calling NE 4.7584. The deadline
Our annual will be
and refurnished, prom ",
redecorated is Nov. 11. '
held Nov.
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dltioned rooms, a fresh water 10th wedding anniversary3f loss of Mrs. Mildred Traham'sfather
swimming pool surrounded by : Mr. and Mrs. Rufus A. Perrywas The licensed Practical Nurses Charles Williams '
lush tropical foliage and a large celebrated Nov. 6 at their Club wishes to express thanks to
sun deck area. An air-condition lome, 125 NW 10th st, apt. 9. its many friends who cooperatedwith Miss M. Clark is back in school
8d convention hall is designed to Friends who enjoyed the occa- it on Sunday, Oct. 29 at its after a brief illness Miss AnnaW.
meet the needs of organizations, lion with them were: Mesdames annual Fall Tea. Lightsey and niece, Anger
I offering guests a choice of Euro Irene Starlings, Beulah Hamllon line, are in the city visiting relatives
pean or Modified American plan. sister, of Mrs. Perry; Bessie q The student body turned out and friends.
in full
last Monday to .
:{ Gladys Brown, Ella Banks, pay re"spects
The modernization program We were happy to know that
to of
one their sister students
Mr. and Robert Gunn Mr.
included the addition of many Mrs. Louise Moore and son, Lin.
large kitchenettes apartments, ind Mrs. Arnold Brahamn Mr. Mrs. Ruby Baker, who de. tor Jr., are home and improvingafter
with complete cooking facilities ind Mrs. 'S. B. Golden, Mr. and parted this world. We regret the a long Illness.
and spacious accommodationsfor Mrs. James Allen, Mr. and Mrs.
families. For those who pre Charles: Colston, Mr. and Mrs. =
cooking" vacation, Charles Love, Edward Lawson \
fer a "non.
the elegant Palms dining room and Al Brown I announces Mrs. Marie the Johnson engagement McCall and To enjoy your favorite drinks ina
offers an exotic atmosphere and
superb American cuisine 41rman Charles R Payne, son forthcoming marriage her pleasant and distinguished atmosphere
}t Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. daughter,

The Napoleon Lounge, new Payne Jr., 14721 Harrison St., ROSALIND LORETTAto -
intimate supper club, features Richmond Heights, Is being as-
an island decor and is fast becoming igned to the United States Air DONALD BELLAMY VISIT THE .
one of the most fashion- :?orce technical training courseor The couple plan a Yuletide
able retreats in the Miami area. supply specialists at Amaril* wedding. Rosalind graduatedfrom
New star-studded revues are o AFB, Tex. Booker T. Washington high
featured nightly and include the school and was a member of the SATELLITE"MIAMI'S
music of the Myrtle Jones Trio, chorus and band. She attended
the talents: of Napoleon Reed, Mrs. Frances B. Townsend of
Talladega and Knoxville
Chester, Pa., was a recent visitorto collges.
Broadway singing star, calypso
She was reared by MOST BEAUTIFUL
grandfather, LOUNGE"AirConditioned
dancing and many exciting acts. Miami. She is loud in her
the late T. L.
praise of our "Southern hospi Johnson well
Just ten minutes away fromMiami's tality" and of the Hampton known real estate broker before Cut-rate Package Goods
t International Airport, House and staff, where she wasa his passing and her aunt, Mrs.
the Hampton House caters to the guest during the EMCA Beau. Doris Walker. Yes, we deliver, 4-8 p.m. Call PL 9.9400
Negro vacationer who enjoys ty meet last month
luxurious surroundings, superb 'Mr. Bellamy is the son of Mr. WILBUR J. BRASSFIELD, MANAGER
and Mrs. Joseph Bellamy. of Lib.
cuisine and an exciting sports BARMAIDS\ : ROSETTA CLEM ,. HATTIE
I Mrs. Rose King of Nassau spenta erty City. He is also a graduateof
h and entertainment program designed few days In Miami last weekon BTW. lie spent four years in PLENTY OF PARKING IN TIm
for all ages. For enthvui business. She was the guestof the Airforce in active service REAR

asta of golf, the Hampton Houseis Mrs. M. Johnson lie is employed in the postal de
i 1531 NW partment and attends the Miami 6222 N.W. 7th Ave. (In Jackson's Store Bldg.)
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Miamians DistinguishThemselves As young. people, the challenge The Dunbar faculty and staff
DadeAs FEATURED IN is yours. Unlike In the ,past years began the observance of American .
North it was very difficult for young Education Week by attending
AMU PLAYS Negro Americans to set their Sunday morning service at St.
,on most campuses when Nationally goals high, however, with the Increased John Institutional Baptist Churchof
Jomecomlng draws near tension Tallahassee A Florida A American Education Week emphasis on equality, which our principal Is a mem.
legina to mount. The homecom- and M University senior directedand the time to acknowledge the deserving student may reach ber at which he teaches a Sunday .
ie fever la already sweeping the staged two plays during the achievement and excellence of for the start In professional pur School class The beautiful
ampUs at North Dade. Why? vesper hour In the Charles Win. pert ormance., suits. This, is essence, i the content song service rendered by the four
[omecoming Is only one week ter Theatre here last week. In The Field of Aras: A letter of the mesage given to the choirs and duo !pIano under the
way. The first production was "Seale from Dr. Roecoe Miller, presi students at LCE on Tuesday; capable direction of Mrs. Pauline
Despite the fact North Dadeas Mandibles," an original Biblical dent of Northwestern University, morning, Nov. 7 by Dr. Elmer Dunn, minister of music and for.
one more obstacle to cross drama by Nathaniel Clark, a Chicago. Informed, Kelsey L. Ward. His message was dynaml. mer Dunbar teacher, was indeed
efore this event takes place, the senior drama major from Ft. Pharr that a book marked witha cally complete and staggering In Inspirational.
ever la almost at its peak. If Myers. "The Other One," written special book plate ''bearing the its mass Impact. Daily devotions for AEW were
'orth Dade crosses those ob- by Arthur Ketchum, was the name of his Bon Kelsey Jr., has Mrs. Thelma P. Outler and her aa follows: Monday, Mrs. Jolll-
tacles successfully It will un- title of the other play. The pro. been placed in the Deering Li class, grade 4, deserve a round. vette; speaker, Mr Adams; Tues
oubtedly erupt they have to ductlon was staged and directed brary of the University to perpetuate of applauds for their demonstra. day, Mrs. Jones, speaker, Mrs.
efeat Attucks of Danla on this by Nathaniel Clark. the memory of Kelsey, tion which was .presented at the Bulladj: Wednesday, Mrs Smith,
Doming Thursday evening. The The performance of Ketchum's Jr., who distinguished himself PTA Tuesday night, Nov. 7. It's speaker, Richard' Cook II; Thursday ."
rhunderblrda feel like this Is drama included Raymond Dun. while a student at Northwesternand gratifying to know that we do Mrs. Laura Bethel, speaker,
erely a formality. In fact the nell, Samuel Daniels and Henry in his international contribu have students following in the Mr.. Littles, and Friday, Mr.
,Word Is out on campus that this Jeffenson. all of Miami. tions in the Arts. suggestions as made by Dr. Turner, speaker, Mr. Allgood.
ame will serve as a prelude for "Sealed Mandibles' was adapted In The Field of Science: Ro. Ward.In We must sound two sad notes
ivhat will be In store at the from the Biblical story land C. Burroughs, son of Mr. connection with American with the passing of Mrs. Ida
lomecoming game .on Nov. 18 at "Daniel' in The Lion's Den." and Mrs. Vernald (Jacquelyn) Education Week, the following Fleming of Atlanta last week.
orth Dade athletic field. The Veteran and seasoned actors Burroughs has collaborated with activities are scheduled at Lib She was the mother.ln-law of
laroon Dlue Devils of West P. who appeared in the play' were Dr. Stephen Hajdu and Dr. Edward erty City Elementary: I Earl Finley. This week, Sanders
will Invade the campus as Charles Wlse, Detroit; Anthony Leonard in a research \pro Thursday, Nov. 9, Parent. I Reed, barber of Tampa and uncleof
iiosta of the' Thunderblrds. The I Thurston, Miami; Edward ject "Cariogloblln" published by Pupil Luncheon. Mrs. Luella Thompson died.
[Birds are of the opinion that White, Rlverton, N.J.; David the National Heart Institute, Friday, Nov.. 10, American I Services are scheduled for Sat.
hey will depart as victims Helper, Mulberry; Otis James, Bethseda, Md. Education Week program. urday in Tampa. The Dunbar
The school band will be preset Miami, and Delores Mitchell, Tal. Mr. Burroughs, while a den. Friday, Nov. 10, skit "Why We family extends sympathy' to these
on the scene for the half lahassee. tal student at Howard University Celebrate" American Education two families
Ime activities at the homecomIng oj uJ| eaaxuums sjq eaStauesearch. Week,
Mrs. F. Henry, chairman,
an outstandingband
game.under the direction of ELEMENTARY 'The achievements of these two American Education Week wishesto Million Dollar Tea
James McCall and Richard More than 500 persons were native Miamians should be an incentive thank the many friends and
Strachan. The band will also present for the last meeting of to our youth to dedicate students who helped to make AE Pride of Hialeah Chapter No.
highlight the homecoming the PTA. Following a most Interesting themselves to the task of preparing Week a success at Liberty City 61 OES cordially invitee you
parade Elementary. and your friends to attend its
and informative meet themselves for dtetlngush-
which will be the
,best in the history .of biggestand North ing, report cards for the first six ed service to their city, state and The LCE Players may be heard Million Dollar Tea Sunday, Nov.
weeks period were distributed.The country.G. again this week over station "to' .tp.m. at James E.
Dade. This will surely be an next meeting will be held WMBM Sunday, Nov. 12 at 5:30 Scott Community Center, 6308
evening of wonderful entertain.
ment. Tuesday, Nov. 21, at 8 p.m. in W. CARVER HIGH p.m. Let's listen to the program; NW 14th aye
the cafetorium. remember that the director invites .
Homecoming Is, perhaps, the The your comments. And should
faculty and student body
The extendsIts
I most looked forward to occasionat are progressing through growth you like to have the play pre. be a Freeloader!
sincerest to art
: sympathy our
any school. North Dade is look. consultant, Mrs. Christine Ham. and development In all phases. of ,dented at your church, school, or Support the Fight for
ing forward to theirs with social I
anticipation. mock and her family during the Its school's academic program. group, kindly contact the i
The theme for the physical education director. Freedom ,
CALENDAR OF recent death of her mother, Mrs. (
EVENTS Wllkerson. Our sympathy is also program this year I 10 Mary F. Williams, principal
Nov. 17 Crowning of "MissHomecoming" extended Miss Doris Farmer during "Physical Fitness." We are Denis R. Thomas IV, reporter Join Your NAACP

7:30 and "Mis Booster the death of her aunt, Mrs. stressing fitness through callisthenics -
p.m. Beatrice Dunaway. games and other activities -
Nov. 18 Parade, 11 a.m. The annual Hallowe'en Carnival of the physical education
18 Game, 2 p.m. held In the patio was a great program. This> voluntary program BLOSSOM
18 Coronation and Vic- is set up to promote better team
succeos. Thanks to all who help
Lory Ball, gym, 7:30 p.m. ed to make this affair a success relationship between 6th and 6th CLASSIC PARADE AND FLOATS ,ll
ful one. grade boys and girls. This pro.
PINE VILLAThe As a tribute to teachers, the gram is designed to develop the The annual Orange Blossom ness or other group, who's floator
students and teachers cele PTA favored! the faculty and child socially, mentally and physically Classic Festival and celebration unit ha not been confirmed
brated American Education staff with a most delicious lun. Awards will be given to will be held this your on Saturday by Nov. 18 will not be permitted
Week with its plans centered cheon, Thursday afternoon. Our the most outstanding players Doc 0. The Florida A and to enter the parade. This rule
repeated thanks to ,our PTA. Every six weeks. M Rattlers and an outstanding will be strictly enforced, and will
around the general theme: "The .
Representatives of the various Our school patrols were presented opj>oiH'iit, selected on the basis not be relaxed for anyone
Lights are on in Dade Schools. grade groups presented most interesting badges by Officer Jessie of Its record, will be featured in : All floats must be attractively
On Monday Mr. Sands' class reports during the recent Hill, of the Miami Police Dept.A the football game that Saturdaynight decorated, in a first class man.
presented a playlet, "The Crowd meeting of our practicum in film strip entitled "The But. .t Miami's Orange Bowl nor, and must represent a 'worth
ed House" during aeeembly. ton" which was centered around while addition
science. The following persons to the parade in
Tuesday over the P. A. system made the presentations from firstto safety and the use of the ,pedestrian CLASSIC PAHADH AT 12:80 order to be.. entered In., the ,pa.
Mrs. Lottie Rolle spoke on "Timeto sixth grades respectively.! Mrs. light, brought out many The RiriMt clANAlc parade will rade. Any float not meeting the
Work." Tuesday night was JoAnn Walker, Mrs. Martha M. htlpful points. bit held that afternoon at 12:80. minimum standard, In decorationand
Open House.. McKenzie and Mrs. Wilhemenla Our participation in American The luirado this year, la expectedto attractiveness, will not be
Wednesday, Mrs. P. I. George Jennings, William McGee, Mrs. Education Week Nor.12 was bo the greatest in the history permitted to enter the parade.
spoke on "Old Pine Villa versus Eugenia Williams, Elliott J. moat' rewarding. We were honor. of the event. All Interested persons are urgoff
New Pine Villa. Mrs. Thomasgave Scavella and Willie Wright. ed with visits by many outstand. AU organizations, schools, bus I I to kindly fake note of this no.
a book review on "Rufus Our annual observance of ing community citizens menses mid all other group that tics and govern themselves accordingly
M." American Education, Week proved We welcome all vistors and would like to enter floats or other Farther Information
Thursday, Robert Jones spoke to be as successful as those of friends. unite in the parade, must re. II may; be obtained from the Chief
on "Time to Salute Teacher" the past. Posters from the various Hazel Troy, principal celve official permission and Parade Marshall
Friday, Mrs. Jasper spoke on classrooms were distributedand Gloria M. Murray, reporterJ. have their float or unit confirmed Signed
"Time to Pay the Price for Ex. displayed throughout the by the Chief Parade Marshall, Elliott J. Plese
cellence." school and the community. Our W. JOHNSONThe Elliott J. Pieze, at the downtown Chief Parade Marshal
Many parents visited the thanka to the merchants who office of the Miami Times, 1112 Orange UloMom
school during the week to see consented/ to let us use their establishments PTA, Mother's and Dad. NW 8rd Ave., FR .2280 not Classic Parade
their children in action.In for reminding the die's Clubs are still progressing. later than Saturday, Nov. 18. 1112 NW Bid Ave.
celebration of National Book community of our annual obser By their efforts many improve Any organization? school,, baaI.T M8

Week, Pine Villa will present a vance. ments can be seen in the com >
puppet. show, "A Week With We would also like to thank munity and the school. The mem. w
Books," Monday Nov.. 13 at 9 the various persons who spoketo berihlp chairman, Mm. J. Turneris FINANCIAL ;
a.m. in the cafetorlum. Through the Bethune family during our still at work increasing the
out the week, pertinent informa devotional exercises each morning membership of the PTA. The
tion will be presented over the during this observance of Daddle's and Mother's clubs' are RESPONSIBILITY ACT
public address system by mem American Education Week. nieetlng each week and formulating I
bers of the Library Club. Pa- Gwendolyn Welters and plans to help the school and A MUST IN FLORIDA
rents and friends are invited to I Elliott J. Scavella, Pub. Rel. community.The I
share these experiences with the inside of our school has
Pine Villa Family. taken a different look, after an II
Maude Chandler, principal HOLMESWe all out effort by the PTA, Moth FOREMOSTfINSURANCE I

Evelyn Cobb, AEC Char'm began our observance of er's and Daddies clubs to buy
George L. Sands, reporter American Educational Week on and install draperies for the .
Monday morning with greetings I front office, principal' office,'
from our principal and a timely library and cafetorlum. Mrs. M.
PTA MeetsNorth massage, centered around the B. Collins did a very good Job as
Dade PTA meets Thurs theme of American Education chairman of this project.
day at 8 p.m. in the auditorium.All Week from our PTA president, The Daddle's club, headed by
interested persons and pa. Garth C. Reeves. In addition to Steve Marshall has been very
rents are urged to attend. this, parents and friends were successful In its first project for 2210 N. W. 62nd St.
Anthony Simon, president warmly welcomed by; Mrs. Crow- the school term. This project was
Chas. Wyche, principal der and Mr. Reeves as they attended that of securing a school patrol
Twilight School and PTAon man for the children. The Dad.die' OX 6.2280
Monday evening. club Invited Hialeah's Chief
I Fund SolicitsContributions We invite you to visit with u* of police, II. U. Warner to meet

,, activities.as we continue our program of with discussion their organization.was that of The protec.topicof Has all forms of insurance

Tuesday, Nor. 7, devotion tion for the children on 23rd ..t.A .
The Sweeting's FoundationFund Mrs. Blanche Calloway; speaker. Pre-Hallowe'en get togetheron Including
Inc. solicits your contributions Wednesday; Nor. 8, devotion- Monday, Oct. 30 was given for
for scholarship All con. Moses Perry, speaker. the children: of Hialeah, sponsored Assigned Risk PolicyLOW
trlbutlons are tax free. For information Thursday, Nov. 9, devotion by; the PTA, Mother's and
call Miami FR 1.5206 Benny O'Berry' : speaker. Daddle's clubs. J. Bowen, president DOWN PAYMENT

or Ft. Lauderdale LU 3-72SS. Friday, Nor 10, devotion .of the PTA was very Instrumental Good.. Bad No Credit?
Make all checks payable to the Rev. P. S. Brown, speaker, Mrs. in making this affair a
Sweeting Foundation Fund, Inc. Marshall, speaker success. LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS
2148 NW 4th St., Ft. Lauder. Sunday, faculty; worship, at The PTA is sponsoring a pro.
dale, Fla. Nth the Church of the Open Door gram Sunday; Nov. 12 at the COME IN TODAYI TOMORROW MAY BE
.New Mt. Zion Church 4 All
11 a.m. p.m. I
are inlvted to be present
A welcome back to Mrs. Ange- persons
MIAMI TIMES ADS nora Paschal, curriculum assistant I : I J \ W. are prepared to finance you Iggg
who returned to 'school on Mrs. E. Gv Primus, principal I '
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PAGE ..12.SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1061 The family* of the late, .* ,DEATHStf Joseph Samuel Allen of. 1312 .

MRS, OLIVIA:JOHNSON ,tf NW 71st St., died Nov 5 Serviceswill
.. ., ,' DPERI.tY be held at Grace Presbyterian
wlahes y,to;-express its.appreciationto Church on Nor. 11, at 3
CARDS MEMORIALSII .friends and neighbors who 1}'adson p.m. with Rev. W. F. Savoy offcliating. .
were so kind during Its hours of The body will be on
bereavement. Thanks for ypur )Mrs. Beatrice Dunaway, 895 view in the chapel Friday after,'

1 'cards, telegrams flowers, cars NW 60tfc $t., died Saturday, Oct. noon. Survivors are his wife.
IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSThe ''and all other kind gestures of 29. Services :were held Nov. 4 at Beadle, 7 eons, Granville, Samuel
family of the late, sympathy- Special thanks to the Greater Israel Bethel Primitive Kenneth, Joseph, James, Henry
loving, memory of our dear MRS. BERNICE MAJOR Rev., A D. Hall of ,Ebenezer Baptist Church. She leaves to and Charles, a daughter, Mrs.
mother and grandmother. GIBSON :Church, the Father Lambert L. mourn ,j her husband, "James, Gloria Fisher, and others.
takes this method to thank Its Sands, and.. friends ',oi. Opa three ',i ter&, .Mrs. Luila. Hardy
many friends and neighbors for Lock Special l'"thanks to the Mrs. Queen Bell, .and Mrs. Mary :
P1 kindness shown during its recent house.:of": :Albert and coworkers Jane Leverson, two brothers, Charlie J. Young of 771 NW
hours of bereavement. Thanksfor for the splendid services render General and Bud Williams, S-lst st., died Nov. 5. Services
the many cards, letters, 'tele,, ed. You will 'forever remain In nieces, nepheWs' and other rela Will be held in the chapel Nov.
grams, floral pieces.:.cars'and oth- our hearts. tives. .. 10 at 3 p.m. with Rev. Aaron D.
ar expressions of sympathy. Tho Family Hall officiating. The body will
Special thanks to the entire Sandra Robinson, six months be on view Thursday afternoon.
staff of Francis Funeral Home IN MEMORIAM daughter' of ,Mrs. Viola RobinionDf' Survivors are his wife Lelia,

for the splendid service render. I ___,__.________ MO) Jtftyl UV> aYjn.(dUJ\ fito 'our children, FletcherrWilbertr;*
the Dade
1 ed, Counts Morticianej' I 29. Ser }esjjHere/xhe lI; QVarA j \ltetf; aiet'rE Lttidse:' (i 1St) hei. r.hrrft.U!
AssddatloiP Ands thea,pastor and Assembly Church Louise aanHdes.' :'' ,'."
the Royal -
members.j-jDf the Church of &u:1Y1 -- ._, .. _..
,t-the Living God. :
"Christ in;Opcqnut Grove. Mayi'Jfod'bless ;' r w Y1ff! ,etl"m s1. S! Tit ."sucd".1.'.."'.t .'lIoe.. .J g...a.
each and of ijr 'IJ'1"
everyone < !
tl tJf I l
/ou. u 11E'ss' todt i n. 'Mrs. 1)1a17 Wallace f.: ,l1U

0. C. Gibson, hviisbanl' .. .'t., br--r' S I NW 2nd ave., died Nov. 3. Survivors ;
Octavlus, ,Joseph and Infant Boy Whlpple, son ot M are three daughters, Mrs. '
Franklin Gibson, sons and Mrs. Leroy-,Whlpple of 1724 Louise Lavarity, Mrs. Gloria
?7'i., Beverly Gibson, daughterMrs. 4 Wt NW 75th'"'St., died' Oct. .'31. Services Gloring and Miss Geraldine Wal.
i I .; Charity Major, mother held Nov. 3. lace a son, Harry, 16 grand
II I 2 brothers and six sisters children. Arrangements are In.
William: Blunt of 22180 SW complete.
I 122nd Ave., died Oct. 24. Services .
IN MEMORIAM held Nov. 3. Baby Girt Smith of 639 NW

__._sTlGrrd.W ..._...__iw'.a'MA/_/ ,#...,.... _,tHwgySi'. '.Y, husband In loving and memory father of my- dear i _ems of Graveside 20th St., services was stillborn Nov. 4.
Russell Hainlin I were held Nov.
MRS. ESSIE MAE 'DARDENwho (r'?. Drive, Goulds'' died Oct. 31. Ser 10. Survivors are her parents-.
I' .
departed this life Nov. 7, 4tPr ". ". I vices will be held Saturday at I
1960. I---- Y 2 p.m. at Mt. Pleasant Baptist Willie Waters of 449 NW 20th

Leaving her to sleep in trust Church. Survivors are his wife, Terr., died Nov. 8. Survivors are
till the resurrection day. FatherIn :7.y.(; .". t, ,r .. Eble, three sisters, Mrs. Viola his wife, Mattie, a son.
thy gracious keeping leave ; : a', Brown, Mrs. Ethel Smith and
we now thy servant sleeping. 'f'f' ". Mrs. Willie Mae Williams of : House of Albert.
... .
The Family ': Macon, Ga., four brothers,
: ;it i: ,. Alonza, Cleo, William and Clem .
mon Williams. Bruce H. Saunders of 1330 NW
IN MEMORIAMIn 1 Y 2nd court, died Oct. 29. His survive .
4, re are two sons Bruce Jr.,
loving memory of our dear '*?, EDNA RICHARDS --.. "-" .7' .... and William, a daughter, Miner.va .
sister and wife, .c who departed this life a few '1 >' a brother, Earnest. Services
I weeks ago. 2nd Supreme No. 4 Ici ; will 'be conducted Saturday at 3
..- ". .It- OES. p:m. in the chapel with Canon
s. 4a I Sis Mary Arllne, W. M. Mp Charles, Cooper officiating.Mrs. .
Sis. Annie Green, treasurer '
Sis. Catherine Parker, F. S. Marie Nlckerson who
resided at 2164 NW 69th Terr.
died Nov. 7. She leaves
4 two
IN ttx ; nt
\\\i\ MEMORIAMIn 4 a daughters, husband, mother, a
son and other relatives. She will
sad, but loving memory. of 7 t be sent t to' ThomasvlMe, Ga. for
my' dear wife t WY final rites.Beautiful'.

k v, wp _"..._._____.__ T -
who departed this life Nov. 5, Home on
mo. Your Lot
Gone, but not forgotten.No "
one knows how much I
miss you. I loved you but Jesus 1t Nv Unu
loved you best.
Annie Coffee, wife tw.

Patricia and Regina Coffee, .

daughters \ b 1 A,: ,.. ..,

George Carey Jr., eon. of Bulldinp''
..:,,. _..__family._..u, of the late bertha and the late Georgl. At.1 Complete: 8.rvlo
diM in New York City on Nov.
MRS. BERTHA REDMONDwho / 3. terrifg )' be held
November 11 1958. Monday
passed .
Nor Ill{ ,m. from Ebenezer
take rest
Sleep on and your ,
1tA, : : He leaves a FINANCING
i we love you but the Lord loves t'
best. There's no one can t"lt1"broth'ers, Luther I Your New Horn
you r
t i #xrars, Mrs. BlrrhomJriCr ,
take your place. rtvi. __ ., ,, '{ #nd Mrs. Leola
Essie B. Patterson, sister R ;agog .of:,Norfolk, Jfct No Down
Willie Redmond, husband ,, '. ". t
The rest of the family
..MrsLorraine; Tennlson of PaymentOver
1B23A NW let' ,place died Nov.
CARD OF THANKSThe I. MRS. ANETTA MACK 2; Services will be, held Nov. 10 Twenty Years of

who departed this life, Novem. at 3 bereaved family of the ber 3, 1960. T\ Johnson officiating Supervisors Guaranteed SstlefsctlonQaaL17
late, PY Gone, but not forgotten. are two brothers, Elijah and
MRS. PEARL YOUNG May she rest in peace, and may Charlie Williams, a''" grand 91i' :
daughter Doris
light Franks.
i wish to thank all the friends, perpetual shine upon her. I '

neighbors and acquaintances for Roscoe Mack, husband Ulysses Morris'of .'<27 NW 9th' 'mmV(!)(] Q9
the kindness and thoughtfulness st., died .Nor.V.Services were
shown us during the sickness, I held Nov. Cfrom, the chapel. He PL 1.3604 '
death and burial of our loved IN MEMORIAMIn to survlved%fcy-two-: sisters, Miss Mlam
Doretha M6rjijrj and' Mrs. Jessie
the flowers, cards, visits, Lee ROblnfnte Thomas yule 888 N.E. 79th St.
of ,
calls and memory my dear mother Ga. .. ...
every other act of! ,MRS. CHRISTINA THOMASwho "t&.ree erg .
kindness are deeply appreciatedand : ') -:! : ;1"' !.':
will be long remembered by --- 1960. passed away November 6, .1 !,.' ...!f.. ,.,}..r-: the family. AGATHA JOHNSON COLD ... "'
Gone, but not forgotten. t 'Living Service
May God forever bless each of take this means of thanking the ehe May for the
rest in
peace may light
you. George Washington Carver
High perpetual shine
School family, the Booker T.
Mrs. Iris Prescott
CARD OF THANKS Washington' High School family
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, the
b The family of the late, Rev. Father John E. Culmer, ac o go aoGo +7t Living"J

., NAPOLEON DILLARD: Francis Funeral Home and other NEED MONEY
friends for numerous cards
wish to thank their many friends 1 telegrams, flowers and services $25 to $600
And neighbors who were so kind \,
helped eo much to ease Call PL 8-3653
to them during their hour .
of be.,. the grief for the loss of one who
+ reavement. Thanks for every. was so dear to them. Your kind. 'IDEAL LOAN ,..
X11 thing. A special thanks'
to our ness will long be remembered.
pastor, Rev. P. S. Brown and 6105 N.W. 7th Are.
a p r the Range Funeral Home for its
Ah efficient service. CARD OF THANKSThe GG OOO cQQGac CcCG DO

; Josephine Powell., sister wife of the late _...._...........'..1..........._

And Family ROBERT COOPERof ANDREWS' JEWELERS Oscar I. Range 'Funeral l HomeM.
1415 NW 3rd Are, wishes to
;IN MEMORIAM thank each .and., everyone for
their kindness. cards,'flowers and CLOCK REPAIRS Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range, Mgr r
In sad, but loving memory of telegrams In her hour of be. 40 Tears la Unsine

our father and grandfather, eavernent,, < .' *: All work guaranteed 5727 N.W. 17th Ave.
MR. WALTER LOWERYwho Special thanks to the House of
departed this life Nov. ''10, Albert for untiring aenrices. 303 N.W. 2nd Ave. OX 1-0131
I960. May he rest In peace. Thank, you all.Mrs. FR 3.0152.NNNN.N.NN.N.M OX 1-4343

The > Gladys Coopor, wife t __ T1 I
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ClassifiedFOR FRAME 3-bedroom, 2 _bath,
front porch : large' Fla,room, 1. The Friendship Garden ,and SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1961 rAGE 13 !
car garage/ furnished with 1 Civic Club cordially invitee you
bedroom apt. attached earner to attend a Harvest Sip on' Sun*
lot 50 x 100 1300 NW'43rd St. day. Nor. 19 at'the home of Mrs
RENT Open by appointment NE 5-4505 Lucille Reed,;" 6890 NW 13th Altman Insurance
except Sunday afternoon*2:30 ave., Miami. N17 f I
FURNISHED 2 bedrooms In 5:30. N21 II I
private home. Twin beds, 1 single. 768 NW 3rd Ave. F1T1S421'" I
2491 NW 59th St. Call JE HOUSE ?? !large lot. Needs re- .

83464. PL pairing 0-2665.1911 NW 69th St. Ph. Open & Come See It INSURANCE: FOR EVERYONE

FURNISHED ROOMS for Intelligent "_ 1791 NW 53rd STREET ,
people. 1B08 NW 8th court, A 1953 BUICK $17. Also a 6- DON'T LOSE YOUR LICENSE ,
FR 12091. E. S. Nelson, mana. burner gas stove $25.."2351 NW. Reduced. Must sell. 2 bedrooms
ger. 66th St. OX 60758. We can help you. We cover hospitalizatioa, life, car,
kitchen furnished, home. Special attention to SR22. ,Small down pay.: t

FURNISHED furnished. $12.60 APTS.per All week.utilities 620 WANTED lovely Fla. room, low down ,ment..We. 'finance. iII

NW 8th St. Caretaker In apt 1, I In this area Nutrl-Blo dis payment.

: tributor. Rapid growing and na. FINK BROKERFR =- _... .,...
yard tionally advertised. Offers ,
.Reasonable. Call OX 1-2426.... tige and security. Appointment 9-2647 FOR SALE BRAND NEW '
TMMf| f'.d"LH'\l '91DA'RDEn.iSUOPt"f.620'l L' > rout ,
7/8 .
'P.M.Nov> 10 at Carver .
> BW 22nd ; MI&J/10!' i:.. ; t; !'-- ....
CA:7776th'A. ., ."- t: ,. ... ... 'lJi.. newstyle: ;
ave, Contact Mr. McClalar '' I .. "i ,: 1 ellt bh \ COelYeerH lt""' ....,
ter---' .., Nt G13ARB1o1R. 1 Located f h 1.+ ,
I' FvT4&Op.a :: on I BEDROOM, 2 bath hou e. 1ST Dana Dili ber y .... ,., '. :
NW 25th at., AdulU ..only. Ph. 1410 NW 12nd fit Call ...-Bbap".1.i 1-5' 31st Avelfand 59tk St. 1 \ "

day: FR 7-2196, evening FR. after t p.m. or b,for. 7 aon. Also. see new. *tyle luxury home
9-3530. Ask for Simpson. 1399 NW' Slat STREET ,. < ..
4834 NW' 15th Avenue .
r i--
home ROOM at 5710 nice lady NW ,19th In private, NOTICE UNDER Buy now and get homestead Easy'Terms -- Bank Financed
NE 48495. FICTITIOUS NAME LAW exemption. 2 bedroom No Balloons No Gimmicks No Qualifying
*, Fla. room, fenced .
2 BEDROOMS, living room, kit- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that l'
chen, dining room Fla. room, the undersigned desiring to en. yard,. barbecue. Completely C.. C. Wynne, Builder JE 1-6902
garage. 727 NW 64th 8t Tage in business under the flc- furnished. Move in today
fictitious name of:
ROOM large bedroom for respectable SERVICE DRUG STORE Low down payment.
man. To see call between 1240 NW 3rd Avenue FINK BROKER Fenster'a Realty
7.10 p.m. PL 7-0380. Miami Florida
Intend to register the said name FR 9-2647 INVITES YOU .
DUPLEX APT. with patio. New with the clerk of the Circuit
2 bedroom. Beautiful inside and Court of Dade County Florida. to call on us for any problem you hare in, trying to
out. Unfurn. Adults only. 1130 SIDNEY T. COX, Owner buy a
NW 76th St. Call PL 7-2726 between Nov. 11, 18, 25, Dec. 2, 1961 I $495 down $75 Mo. home.FREE ADVICE-NO CHARGEWe

6-9 p.m. Shown by appointment will show you how easy it is to buy home
only. NOTICE UNDER 2 bedrooms with Fla.
through FHA. Call us or drop by any time.
MODERN furnished FICTITIOUS NAME LAW furnished on 50x100 lot
efficiency. FENSTER REALTY PL 9-0511
Conveniently located. Near bus NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that near NW 46th St. Call to
and shopping centers. Ideal for the undersigned,. desiring to en. see. 1260 N.W. 62nd STREET
flngle working. woman. OX age In business under the fictitious "Buy With Confidence"
name of:
SNACK WAY $490 down $73 Mo. I
FURNISHED ROOM. Hot Water, 5595 NW 17th Ave Irl flf I 1 1 II' ...
telephone, television, PL 7-3247. Miami Florida Pays everything. 2 bedroom
Clara. intend to register the said name CBS with porch, partly fur 1 HOMES FOR SALE
with the Clerk of the Circuit nished, on NW 45th St.
HOUSE 2 bedroom near Grand Court of Dade
County Florida.
Way reasonable. 1270 NW- 55th Winston and Norman Foster Must qualify FHA. 3061 N.W. 70th TerraceOpen
I Oct. 28, Nov. 4-1M8, 19(1 .1 Sunday 2-6 p.m.
3-ROOM cottages, stores and I Iwater $500 down $80 Mo. Beautiful 3-bedroom, 2 bath, built in kitchen, 1 yearyoung
,furnlshed- $l we,kiT. small cash down. FHA terms.
569 NW 8th St. FR 7-2902. LOVELY! LOVELY .
Don't be a Freeloader! 2 bedroom jalousied porch, 1424 N.W. 55th Terrace .

3-nOQM HOUSE. Furnished. $14 Support the Fight for garage, beautifully furnish:; Open Sunday 2-6 p.m. ..
weekly.Agency FR Call 72902.E. Picard Rental Freedom Large bedroom, 2 bath, large Florida room, lowdown fIi
ed.We payment.
FURNISHED Efficiency. $14. Join Your NAACPLEON'S arrange financing also -0- "'" '
Free gas water and f\
4190 NW 32nd .av TRIO REALTY $400 DOWN .
... ,"

Rental E. PICARD Agency TAILORS 801 N.W. 54th St. 842 Open N.W. 2.6 47th p.m.Street .> '

Rental collections; property PL 9-8372 PL 95455. CBS, 3 bedroom, 2 baths. Florida room, carporte,
Management real estate SUITS MADE TO NE 5-8745 hardwood floor. FHA terms.
1226 N.W. 3rd Ave., FR 7-230J MEASURE For' these and many others

.- ./ Call Harry Denny
furnished efflclenMes. -
Downtown area. $13 per Inc.
wpe k. Utilities Included. NE Dry Cleaning Action Realty
i Nil Alterations 253 ,N.W. '79th St. PL 7-4544 '

.:C ROOMS and bath. Duplex t I" I .
Water k furnished. 12.50 weekly -, I
Call E. Picard Rental Agency.
"PAR $ Money, Money, Money $ .
ENT. One bedroom. $15 One Day Service No' closing cost
'4190 NW 32nd are. "Going down the drain"

$345 down $68( Mo. .
15th Ave. '
[LOWEST RENT In town. 2- 6937 NW ;

iNW J bedroom 47th St.apartment.. $14. 3200 MIAMI, FA. Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS. -Every time you pay rent.

Carport awnings furnished FHA insured home loan?
-- :. Can you qualify for an
: .
--- kitchen. Must be seen. Southof Let one of our: courteous representatives answer
'i\; 54th St. all of your questions with absolutely no obligation to

Open Saturday and Sunday you.

$295 down $60 Mo. .
721 NW 76th Street
satisfied customers who are now happy
Many of-our
2 houses on 1 lot. Partly
that they could not qualifyUNTIL
home owners thought
furnished. No closing costs,
$400 Down FHA Terms no qualifying. Move right THEY TALKED to us.

HARDWOOD FLOORS, LIKE NEW, JALOUSIEDFLA. in. Needs repairs but whata We have lovely CBS homes with low down paymentsand
deal. less than rent.
no closing costs with payments
: __.

FRONT PORCH: MODERN NEW FORMICA $495 down Nice Why not INVEST your hard earned money instead

KITCHEN, FULL TILE BATH, COMPLETELY. 3 bedrooms 2 baths of THROWING IT AWAY week after week. Let us

DECORATED. !NO LANDSCAPING. Very large home. shopping, help you own a home.
transportation. No closing

Why pay rent? Own your on
McNICHOLAS REALTY own home. We will help ITS NO DEAL"'PL

you with your financing. 8-0290 MU 8-3923

7927 N.W. 7th Avenue PL7-8456 283 NW 79th st XIGIIT8 SUNDAYS WEEK DAYS

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA Clarence Mitchell Arts and CraftsAt

PAGE' 14 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1961 I Broward
I to Close NAACP
Registration for arts and craft
Annual Meet County classes sponsored by James B.!
,Wins Desegregation SuitMontgomery Scott Community Association is
News set for Monday, Nov. 18
Tampa The closing meeting
Ala. Judge John Lewis, student of Tennessee of the Florida State Conference Children between ages 7 and
''Frank M. Johnson of the U. S. and Freedom Riders as plaintiffs 22nd Annual Convention will I HyWalter 13 may register from 3:30 p.m.
1 :District Court wrote an opinionand in this legal action. present one of America's moat Bowe I; to 5:30 p.m. Adults from 8 p.m.
handed'down a decree ordering dynamic leaders In the field,, of to 9:30: p.m. All classes will be
permanent injunction The injunction further enjoin. civil rights. as the main speaker. 0 conducted at Liberty Square
barring the Greyhound Bus Co., ed the mayor of Montgomery, The principal address will be The South Broward VPW Post Housing Project, 6304 NW 14th
.' 'Capitol Motor Lines and Trail- chief of police, commissioner of given 'by Clarence Mitchell, director I No. 8195 will hold its Poppy Ave. There will also be an exhibitof
ways Bus Corporation, from pre public works, state attorney general of the NAACP Washing. Sale'Saturday, Nov. 11, Veterans' the beautiful and useful
Interstate and members of the public ton bureau. things you can learn to make,
venting passengers Day So buy Buddy Poppies to
Instructor Harold Scott.
from all facilities service commission from Inter. says
using made help our disabled veterans who
available to them regardless of fering with the peaceful use of ,Mr Mitchell Is responsible for are in the hospitals. Our regular
terminal facilities by all inter the of the NAACP's1egl.slatlve
: color. guidance
race or meeting is Tuesday, Nov. 14, at
state passengers without regardto program during sessions the Chamber of Commerce Build after the night services. Come
The Southern Christian Lead, race or color. of Congress. He maintainsa Ing. and see who will win the contest.
ershlp Conference under the permanent office in Washington Rev. Ellis King, pastor.
leadership of Martin Luther This legal action was taken and Is in continual contact
(King! Jr., initiated this case dur while Dr. King and other lead with all departments of the Fed Clifford Dullard, manager at
ing the violence which erupted ,era were in jail in Montgomery.This eral Government. Bowe's Modernistic Barber Shop The CWH Chamber of Com
at the height of the Freedom permanent injunction celebrated his birthday Nov. 4. merce will meet Monday night,
Rides when Negroes sought ser ,handed down by the U. S. District LAW TO SPEAK: Nov. 13, 8:30 at Its building. Alt
,vice and of Court,, for the middle district member, are asked to be pres
use facilities at bus I Westlet W. Law, president of
Sunday, Nov. 12, St. L u k e '
ent. C. B. Blount
;terminals in ,Montgomery Ala., of Alabama serves to re the Georgia tate Conference Primitive Baptist Church will ,
:during May, 1061 inforce the September lat ruling and the Savannah branch, will end Ito> first ,rally and contest ben .

Negro leaders of ,SCLC, 'Ralph of the Interstate Commerce Com. speak at the Freedom Fund Din tween' the women and men. A,
ner on Nov. 17. Mr. Law was recently Drive Carefully
Abernathy, Wyatt Tee Walker mission banning segregation in spicy program win be rendere4!
.. and Fred reinstated by the P o a t
Shuttles/worth: / joined
. j master General following his
j jj i dismissal on trumped-up charges.

1 '"Sickle Cell Anemia" Equal OpportunityDay Bishop Sherman L. Greene, ,BUY A BEAUTIFUL HOME TODAY/
presiding Bishop of the 11th
Episcopal District will preside at
Parents Make Plea November 20 the Thursday night meeting: Ford Realty will show you these-homes and help you

with your financing. Over.450 hornet in the Liberty
tny IRS. WILFRED a PERSON Monday, Nov 20 will be ob 'book.
City to fit pocket
area your
This could served In Miami as national POLITICAL PARTY
< never happen to me
jtor any of my children. NO I Equal Opportunity Day.
PLANS RALLYFor For Business & Professional l People
..t Mothers' have you ever said The occasion, proclaimed by
that or thought that? So, did I, both President Kennedy and
J (but if I live to be 150, I will Mayor King High, will be marked three nights candidates for 1. 820 NW 45th Street $3,000 down
the Greater the coming city election attended
locally by Miami
never 1954, when forget the the doctor day, Feb.told 23, Urban League with a 6:45 p.m. meetings of the All People'sDemocratic 3 bedroom, 2 baths, carport, Fla. room, large closets

", me, awards dinner at the Everglade. Club last ,week
Mr Person, Donald is Sickle $1,500 downA
I a Hotel. George Kalil, Otis Shiver, Leon I I 2. 1983 NW 46th Street
.:give Anemic him a transfusion.and we will. have to DeHersh, Richard Norman, Mel 2 bedroom beauty, carport, large kitchen,
Highlight, according to MM.;
vin Muroff, Milo Mltvalsky, custom home
No, it didn't register then, he Louis Glasser, Urban League George Korge, Murray Meyersonand
was only 15 months old. The EOD dinner chairman, will be Kenneth Williams were 3. 1435 NW 40th Street $1,200 down incl. FHA
26th of this presentation of plaques to firms among those present
month he will be
,nine (also his twin brother) so for outstanding efforts toward Tanny's Calypso Band suppliedthe closing costs. 3 bedrooms, -Large utility room

you see, I know what it means ,to removal of race barriers and entertainment.The in rear
walk hospital corridors until all limitations in industry. next rally Is scheduled for
1 hours of the morning, any time An outstanding national Coconut Grove at the George W 4. 4500 NW 8th Avenue $2,00 down incl FHA

j' of night, every two or three will be guest speaker she said.figure Carver building, 836 Grand Ave. closing costs. 3 bedroom, garage, corner lot.
weeks. Sometimes, virus pneu The dates are Nov. 10, 11 and 12
monla, lobar pneumonia, cerebral Equal Opportunity Day In observed starting at 8:30: p.m. Special
meningitis (melngltls only once), nationally to focus attention door prizes will be awarded based See These Income PropertiesA.
pneumonia, any number of time on positive efforts to Insure on the first three numbers of

There is no known cure as yet. fair citizens.and equal treatment of all your registration your registration cards, so don'tforget card; I 3911 NW 19th Ave. (2 CBS)' homes)

And there won't be unless some ,That is the only requirement. Ad. $1,500 ,down. A 3 bedroom home and a 2 bed.
of us band together and form a mission !id free and there will be room home. FurnishedB.
:proJect to get ,something done. time for questions Father Gibson *
1. As ,a group of ten, we can Afro Sponsoring will be chairman of the af* 1301 NW ,41st St. $2,000 down
',get the latest methods of diag
nosis. fair.The Beautiful corner CBS duplex. Large rooms, wall to
Insurance "Football" program will move to Ml. :
2. Latest methods' of treatment. ami for the 17th, 18th and 19th I wall carpets
3. Learn about early symptoms ContestThe to be held at Dixie Park.
1 4. Get a simple test for moth C. G. Holle', chairman C. 5552 NW 9th Avenue $1,000 down

'ere E.and Get fathers.some Afro American Life Insurance 3 apartments ,in one building. Terrific income
work Co. Ifl now In the midst

done.We' of the sponsorship of,special contest ....-.-....
are making this appeal to I among Us many districts,,
Cell mothers Anemia and fathers of Sickle which is being billed as a "foot We are open Saturday and Sunday, too
children and to ac. ball" a
game contest. The objectof
I 4 get compllsh a start.anything, it must first the contest is to determine the We will trade your lot, acreage or old home
district which has written the
I If we can get at least ten pa. greatest amount of new business
rents project together In we can start a within a certain period of time. 2 A FORD REALTY Inc.
For Intor-
matlon please any Certain polnta are given for certain
contact: Increases!! In bu lness. Perl.odlcal1y ,
Mrs Wl1fred S- Person, 10760 a check of the various 5524 N.W. 7th
SW PL 7.2559
CE! 58718. St., RIChmond' Hti" districts Is made and the winning
contestant at that point are list
Mrs. Gloria Dethea, 14640 Du. ed In various papers throughout
chanan St., Richmond lIelghtl. the state. For the week ending
+CE 52661. October 31, the results were as STRAIGHTENYOUR
Pf .S.-Donald's! twin' doee not follows: '

have Sickle Cell Anemia: Miami Miami beat beat Jacksonville Columbus 65.60. HAIR Be Alert! Be Sharp!

) Miami lost to Birmingham 12-6 at HOME In one quick,

Homecoming game: Miami vsj
': IN THE GROVE Athens, Oa., one of the strongest can have natural-looldng You can now own a large luxury brand new deluxe
team in the Afro system. You straight hair the safe, easy
1t(J Drastically reduced price will be able to read the results SILKY STRATE way. Do it
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Woman's Day Mt. ZionThe

"Making Our Lives Count ForChrist"
: pr" is the theme of the 6th nationally famed "Wings
annual observance of Woman'sDay Over Jordan" choir will appearat

. to be, held at St. Matthew'a Mt. Zion Baptist Church Monday .

Sunday, Nov. 19. evening, Nov. 13 at 8 o'clock
The week of Nov 13.17 will The benefit Ic for the Young
be a time of prayer and rededl- church. The donations
_.:...--.- People of our
cation to Christ for the entire are $1.00 and $1.26 for

5th WOMAN'S DAY GRACE PRESBYTERIAN Woman's Day at Mt. membership. Bac'jt auxiliary of reserved seats. The public Is In.
i the church will be in charge of vited.
6896 N.W. 14th Ave Aaron M. B. ChurchAn prayer meeting one night.F .
AT Rev. W. P. Savoy
pastor I ,.. .... -____ BAHA'I FAITHThe
Sunday School . . 9:10 .r -
invitation is extended to
1y 5 Morning service . . 11:00 Baha'is of Miami will
r Bvenlng service . . 7:00 all to Join us in our Woman'sDay celebrate the anniversary of the
e observance Nov. 26. 0 r
+ + Wed nlht study . . 8:15 u w birthday of Baha'u'llah Founderof
church is located at 1772 NW
Youth Fellowship Friday 7 Sunday NOT.
p.m. the Baha'l Faith ,
62nd St. The pastor is Rev. A
I, 12 3:30 p.m., at the home of
: We A. McCraney. Come over in
df deeply appreciate the enjoyable Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bethel 646
ez, spirit of enthusiasm and Macedonia and help us put over F NW 26th St. Mrs. Lucille Buff In.
cooperation of members and this program for Christ. Sister member of the Baha'l Local
friends who are participating eo Essie M. Pugh, general chairlady, Assembly will speak.
well in this our 13th anniversary Sis. O. M. Scott reporter. : .I j Her Spiritual subject will be "The Lord

drive ,of Grace Presbyterian. 'Pri. of The New Age." A picnic
day Nov. 10 at 8 p.m. we "'WIll Church of The Open Door lunch will be served.

have our anniversary banquet at (Congregational) The public 10 cordially Invited.
the Holmes Elementary School. Phone secretary FR 16420.
Rev. H. C. McDowell, pastorA.
We are honored to have the
E. McNeal
Rev. Henry C. McDowell, minis. St. Matthew's Freewill
ter of the Church of the Open Women's Fellowship will
Door (Congregational) to be our have its Rededication services 2014 N. 'W. 5th Court

guest speaker for the evenin g Sunday at 11 a.m. with Miss Rev.. J. B. Woodley pastor
The church gives thanks to all Gladys: Panton, executive director Bro. Nathaniel Thomas reporter

who have helped to make our of the YWCA as speaker. An "
week's activities Sunday School . 9:30
a success. interesting is planned.Our .
program Morning worship . 11:15
church school, under the
The week's activities will close direction of Miss Lucretia Cole. Evening worship . . 7:00
this Sunday afternoon when the man and Clifford Matthews are The morning service was led by

choir and usher board will sponsor appearing on the Church of The Deacon C. Sneed after which the
a program from 3:30: to 6 Air at 10:30.: Come to church On Sunday morning Miss Marie pastor delivered the message.

WAI/TON Y. ROBINSON p.m. There will be no evening early as we will watch on TV In White, church and fraternal The evening service was led by
service this Sunday.We the sanctuary.Mrs. worker and a dynamic speaker, Deacon A. Jenning and Deacon

"Christian Women ExploreNew are looking forward to Ann Lindsay Rackard, will present the message. Duringthe E. Cooper. Prophet E. G. McDonald
Frontier For Christ" Is the events of the future, the Every Mrs. Evelyn Boggs Smith, Mrs. evening service the insplra of Philadelphia deliver
theme of the 6th annual observance Member Canvas and prepara. Elizabeth Lolly, Mrs. Marie rational film, "A Woman to Ho.member" ed the message.

of Woman's Day at the tions for the Christmas Season. i. Brown, Rev. and Mrs. McDowell will be shown. We would like to express
Temple Baptist Church which Our condolences go out to Mrs. attended a statewide Woman's ,Rev. N. F. Clark, pastor; Mrs. thanks and kindness to our many

will be held on Nov. 12. Beadle Allen, 1312 NW 71st St. Annual Fellowship meeting at Lillian Clark, chairman; Mrs friends and members for comingout
at the passing of her husband Cornellan Smith, cochairman. services.
our conference site, Avon Park. to our revival
Mrs. Augusta Newbold and I Joseph. Services to be held at Last Sunday our pastor gave The No. two choir wishes to
Mrs. Matilda Hall are serving asochalrmen the church Saturday at 3:00: p.m. us some more information about NEW BETHEL BAPTIST Invite you to attend Us 6th an.

and are leaving no his friend, Chief Albert' John 1571 N.W. 68th Terrace nlversary Nov. 16.
stones unturned to make this TRIUMPH
day a successful one. CHURCHPrince Luthuli. Rev. Erne Williams, pastor
Nine new members were re. Fred Williams reporter
The leadership abilities and Sis. C. McKlnney C. Mobltl!, ,reporter pastor celved and fellowshlpped in the Sunday School ,, 9:30 FRIENDSHIP M. BAPTISTRev.

Christian womanhood will be School of Wisdom . 10:00Y. church. Morning worship . 11:00 W. E. Sims pastorSis.

greatly enhanced as the 'ladles P. E. Band 0 . 6:30 Evening worship . 7:30 Ruby Lee Carr reporter
take over all of the duties of the Evening worship ..... 8:00: Woman's Day at The No. 1 choir will render Sunday School . . 9:80
church during the entire day. Each Saturday night there is a the music Sunday. While the Morning worship . 11:00

singing program at the church. St. :PaulMRS. pastor was away the Rev. Thorn Evening worship , 7:00
The keynote address will be Tre admission is free. as Rolle and the Rev. Bain de BTU . . . 6:30
delivered: during the morning by livered two very inspiring messages .
Each Monday is "Youth Night"and
the personable, dynamic Mrs. which were enjoyed.
Walton Y. Robinson, principal of the youth are in charge 'We were glad to see Sister NoticeThe
A. L. Lewis Elementary School. of the service. Rolle with us again after being
Mrs. Robinson There is I a revival meeting in
who is widely ill.
known in educational civic social progress now with Mother L. The public la invited to worship Royal Twenty Women's
and Marshall and Sis. A. B. Phillip Club will sponsor a Fashion Tea
religious: circles 11. with u..
in charge. Sunday Nov. 12 at 4 p.m. at the
gifted and talented speaker and
homo of Mr. and Mrs. Ambry
wW bring us words of wisdom. ST. PAUL A. M. E.
ANTIOCH BAPTIST ,Davis, 3441 Oak Ave.

Mrs. Robinson is a native of Rev. M. J. Fayson, pastor All friend.* and interested per-
Tampa, where she halls from a Rev 0. W. Foster, pastor Mrs. Lee Cray, reporter tons are invited to participate In

pioneer family and attended Rachel B. Pratt, reporter Sunday School 9:30: this endeavor. Benefits from this
grade school' in that city. Later Sunday School . . 9:30 Morning worship 11:00: affair will be used to help furnishthe
she attended Morning Worship . 11:00 children's ward of the Chris
high school at the Evening worship . 7:30:
Bethune-Cookman College and fJTU . . 5:30 The pastor revived a warm tiara Hospital.;)
Evonlnie Worship .
completed her college work at welcome from the congregation

Spelman in Atlanta. Her higher into his gates with Sunday mornnlg after returningfrom

education was obtained at New thanksgiving, and into hU the conference. Ills message SEE THE SOUTH'S

York University where she received courts with praise; be thankful wa* enjoyed. The sponsors LEADING COLORED
her master's degree and unto him and bless his name." of the various activities wish to
:she has done additional work at Psalm 100:4. ., thank everyone for supporting PSYCHIC READER

the University of Miami. She has The member of the Junior thorn Sunday afternoon. Our for*
'devoted her life to training boys Matrons society- have begun mer presiding elder, Rev. D. A. CONSULT HERf"1nu-

:and girls: and helping them to working on one of their annual Russell delivered the message
become useful citizens and to projects. This project Is filling Sunday night. Mrs. Sabrina Cooks

these ends she- has succeeded.The Thanksgiving baskets to be dis "'.1' "W still In Jackson Hospital. Visit
tributed the unfortunate the wick and shut-Ins.
Links, Inc. and the Sigma among IDA T. 11ATCL1F11C
members of our church. They
Gamma Rho are two of the
'organizations that she proudly will appreciate any items that The pastor, Rev. M. J. Fayson

hoUds membership In you give to help make this pro. the chairladY, Mrs. Clarice Carne. Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor

During her administration as ject a success. gay, and the women of St. Paul 81s. Claudia Wllion, reporter

president of the Dade County The Junior Ushers extend a are happy to announce that Mrs. Sunday School . . 9:30 .Ml 4

Teacher's Association, she spear. cordial Invitation to attend a Ida Ratcliffe presently serving as Morning Service . 11:00

headed the drive for equal sala musical program on Sunday afternoon principal of Brownsville Junior BTU . . . 6:00: ..
Ties for Negro teachers, there Nov. 12 at 3 o'clock. High and an active member of Evening service , 7:00: Lit Mr years of oxptrlsnco guide
fore many teachers are enjoying The program committee has a Ebenezer Methodist Church will There will be a musical pro and protect you throughout life
the fruits of her labor today. well planned program for your speak at our 11 a.m. morning gram rendered by the No three I' a lighthouse guide the shies In
enjoyment. worship. Mrs. Ratcliffe ha*' cho usher board on Nov. 13 at the a storm. For SUCC N In business
Talents of the future women of Mli Minnie Jones and Mrs. sen for her subject, "Growth church. Time: 8 p.m. Your and love.DON'T .
tomorrow will be the feature of Mary Free are in Jackson Hospital. Through Stewardship." The presence! is expected. STAY IN THE RUT. GET

the night service. Many talented Won't you take time from theme of the day, "Serve we There will be a pie sale in behalf OUT NOW. BY THE HELP OF
Kin from all over Miami will be your busy chores of the week and must, Grow we will.} These too of the Willing Workers this GOD SHE CAN HELP YOU.
heard. So plan to spend the day visit the sick? are the task of womanhood Saturday at the home of 81s.

at Temple. Oarrett, 6171 NW 13th street. Office Hours:
be Introduced
THE INCARNATION Mrs. Ratcliffe Pray for the sick. t a.m. 9 p.m
by Mr*. Evelyn Mincy Thurs. 9 a.m. tc
MT. CALVARY BAPTIST 1835 NW 54th St. St. James AME Church. A unique 7

Father ElUha Clarke, Jr., vicar is planned for the even p.m.
Rev. E. M. Thomas pastor ing program service at which time the ST. MARY'S C. W. M. DAILYSunday
Phyllla Myers, reporter
Sunday School . . .:45 Winter Winter Schedule Sunday clubs will make their reports. Rn. E. A. Culmer, pastor

Morning service . 11:00 Low mass . . . 7:30 --- Mrs. S. Dawklns, reporter. 9:45Morning 10 S: .
BTU ..... ...... ...... . 5t30 Church School Bible Class 9:30 SALTERS CHAPEL AME Sunday School . s.m. p.m.READING
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worship 'Si
Evening service '. . . 7:00
Solemn Sung Maes . 10:45Jr.
Evening worship . . 7:30
EYC . . . I 5 p.m. Rev II. J. Benson, (pastor
happy Sunday to hear morning our we pastor were deliver very Sr. EYC M... . . 8 p.m. A. Davis, reporterThe to The pastor officer Mary's take and members this* 11.00 UP
glad of St.
the Solemn Evensong . . 7:00 members are very
message. Everyone enjoyedhis with thanking the president
TUESDAY- have their fine pastor back method of 23 Years Experience
message. Rehearsal them. He attended the conference officers and members
Sunday night we had a visit- St. Vincent Acolyte 6 p.m. which met at Lake Wales last of the Hospitality Club for celebrating MADAMHUNTER
lag minister Rev. Munday to de. week. with them their anniversary
liver the We enjoyed his. WEDNESDAYLow day. Holy Sunday, Nov. in the morn'
message. high
: Mass . . . 6:10 I Sunday ws* a ahd alto for their
eermon. Communion was administered by ing service
THURSDAY and the Rer. Gallon contribution. May God bless all 18';7 N.W. 73rd ST.
After service the Lord's Supper St. Bernard's Choir Rehearsal the pastor welcome.
who Is our assistant No. 1 choir of you. You are always MIAMI, FLA.
was administered to those 4:45 p.m. and No. 1 ushers served all day. The public is invited to celebrate Don't Writ*-Call In Person
who wished to be fed. FRIDAY with us our 88th anniversary
We are constantly praying for St. Cecelia's, choir Rehearsal You are invited time. to worship Monday. Nov. 13.
with us at any
ourIck. members. .. t p3n

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/ PRESSBOXcontinued friends of this popular Liberty away. A reception followed Sun THE MIAMI' TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
City spot Juanita Washing day atop the Carver roof Did
( ,from page 7)] ton exchanged nuptial, vows lust Elizabeth Graham depart for that PAGE 16 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1961
show and has taken over the weekend. Ben Drown, popular northern vacation (Pa?) ? T ?
bartering Instructor at Miami Bill Robinson still holding his FOR SALE EASY TERMSOpen
Cafe Society.
i Barber College gave the bride own at the Deauvllle Lounge. -
CLUB All's show time la take
ing a trend toward "big time". Sunday 3-5 p.m.
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tines to rock the house and that 1232 NW ''55TH STREET
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