The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: November 18, 1961
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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YEAR, No. 12 MIAM, FLORIDA, SATURDAY,. NOVEMBER 18, 1961 r'--:-' ... 18 '

Detroit Councilman --- .I Williams Barred f

I* f .- =Speaks Here-Sunday 6 ; cEdA4t! LqJj,'

The.' IJ.onWl: Im: T;Patrick, tots by a ,Negro candidate- In the The ,Miami Women a Club. :ott )lr; ,Wlllle do i the':tlret It,,1sdent -b 1 ;
first Negro candidate* pier elect history of Michigan politics.. 'l, Tuesday prevented''a 'Negro City the fifth' Negro candidate t6 ;.. :
ed to the Detroit City Council, ..... "I Commission candidate from tak. seek a seat on the Miami City for Wmla
will address a mass rally Sunday Ing part In Its candidate forum I. Commission.The .1
Nov. 19 at Greater Dethel AME after inviting him to do 'so. president of the club further When
Church scheduled to start at 4 The president of the club, Mrs. said: "It Is not a personal the
pm. Frank Inacho Sr., eald, "We are thing. It is against the club's ww
not integrated at all and I had policy to allow Negroes in. I'm I don't
Mr. Patrick's appearance In to ask that he not speak at our certainly sorry this happened. added: "
Miami is being sponsored by the t S E club. The 'fetter inviting him lIe was treated like a gentle Negro :
Committee to Elect Kenneth ; x should not have gone out." man. He must be a fine man or Incident
Wil.iams: a group primarily in. K nnet1' Williams, the only he would not be running for. to get
tereited in Mr. Williams' candidacy "
a Negro candidate in the November Commissioner. day.
for the City Commission. lr
21 city election, was invited and
Councilman Patrick was first had accepted the invitation by
elected to the Detroit Council cancel-Ed
post In 1957 and wa reelected Ja .
last wee* In a heated campaignthat Apparently, the idea of a Negro Phony Cop
saw his controversial "Pat. candidate running for city
rick Amendment" calling for an commission in Miami was for. Jackson
It did not take James
elgn to members of the club. The ,
official statement from the Council
37, of 2400 NW 60th St.
on the subject oX civil rights very 'Idea of his being a candi t.ongon Tuesday night to learn very Jackson
become the main campaign Is date might ham puggested to that he was not a policeman. slightly '
sue. them that he could not have hands and,
been Negro. And the invitation '
a so
He was the driver of a car following -
His reelection, Is being viewed was sent.It A man
by keen political observers aa might be enlightening to another car driven 'by ,the
Oerrl LeVJtt 17 of 835 NW
the most significant political vie. J the Women's Club to know that gun in
J St. Road about 10 p.m. As she
reached NW N River Drive, Jackson
i Jackson pulled up alongside and bother.
ordered her to stop and pullover trol. I am
I D.C. Commissioner is League Speaker "This is a police," he said. The

The young woman obeyed, but kept Jack ;
noticed that "shiny thing" he to his
t '
ewF M dress of 1863. administered by an inter
flashed was a knife Instead of a Jackson eenmonlea.'c
I The Greater Miami ,Urban racial board of men and women police badge. As she jumped out and
League is a United Fund Agen from all walk of Life of the car and started screaming, l /iiault.

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WASHINGTON The Sujreme questions concerning member. tuch questions would result in in any way
Court will be asked to lift ''ship In the NAACP of persons al the discrediting of the 'legitimacy The fate
the' threat of a six months' jail leged by the committee to be ot the organization and of the the future

'entence hanging over an .$pls- communists. The implications of loyalty, of. its members, withoutany ber, and
'opal clergyman and NAACP this cape are of great importance, showing that Father Gibson a similar
eader convicted of contempt of
Florida lesls.atlva: investlgat- since the process of answering or the Association is connected id, depend '

ng .committee.

Argument on the case Is
!'cheduled for Thursday, Nov. 16
on app a' from a decision of the
Florida Supreme Court, whichon
Dec 19, 1960, affirmed a
lower court judgement which Imposed -
a sentence of six ,months'
John D. Duncan, first Negro' Imprisonment and a fine of 11,200
to be named Commissioner for in the Rev Theodore. Gibson,
the District of Columbia, will be rector of Christ Episcopal Church i;
a featured speaker at a special and president of the NAACP
awards dinner marking Miami's branch in Miami.nepresentlnr .

third annual observance of Equal Father Gibson In
Opportunity Day, Nov. 20. argument, before the High Court
The veteran government attorney will be. NAACP General! Counsel
named to his present post by Robert' L. Carter in his 14th appearance
President Kennedy, will' come to before that tribunal.
Miami especially for the 6:46a ,
m affair at. t h e Everglade: Associated with Mr. Carter in r -
Hotel, under sponsorship of the reparation of the briefs are Atorneys. 3
Greater Miami Urban League.. G" C, Graves ot' Miami, ;' :
Frank D. Reeve of Washingtonand
Duncan has served as counselfor
Mrs. Maria L. Marcus of
a number ,of federal agencies S,
New N.
York I
during: his-.27 years of government
service. These Include thenfflef't. Tbe NAACP will contend in
of Price Administration, this case that it is a violation of
the Housing and Home Finance the constitutionally guaranteed
Agency and the U. S. Office of right of. freedom of association '
thr Housing Expediter to compel Father Gibson, custodIan H
A Howard University graduate of the Miami branch records,
Duncan also: Is active In Wash
lo bring these records to com.
ington community affairs. The *
mlttfe hearings "and answer
E-O-D dinner speaker has received
scores of civic honors and i
awards. Including five! citation I Y f
by the United Givers Fund. 4 MIAMIANS ) t

Another highlight of the din.
ner, according to Mrs. LouliGlasser. MAKE WHO'SWHO
EOD chairman, will be
presentation of plaques to two
firms for outstanding efforts to -

remove race barriers and limita Mrs Iona Ducholtx, charming orchid corsage on both the Win. Harvest
lions in Industry. I Of the 30 students selected wife of Ira Oucboltz of NW 65th ]I ner and Mrs. Alice; Jones the which Mrs

Miami Mayor Robert King i I from FAMU for the 1961.62 edition Terrace, was crowned "Mrs. runner.up. dent and )
High has joined President Kennedy *
In proclaiming Equal Op. of Who's Who Among Students Auxiliary Board No. 2" on Sunday Following the crowning Bald was
portunlty Day to focus attentionon in American Universitiesand i afternoon at Greater Bethel win Hepburn came forward, unannounced heard crowd was 1
positive efforts being made to Colleges are tour from the AME: Church. The ceremony was and sang the mtlo. Mrs. a
Injure fair and equal treatment Greater Miami area. They are: one tit for a queen and the dious words ot:""A Pretty Olrl Is Introduced
of all citizens. crowning was done by Mrs. Ed. Like a Melodywhile. the two Fannln.
The "event annually coincides Willia: P. Brook, Emory C. Col. die Daniels while board memo honored guests beamed with program

with the anniversary of Abra. lier, Perrine; Geraldine Rolle, ben, Mr. Lea Coins and Mrs unmeasurable delight. good and .' (j
ham Lincoln's Gettysburg Ad. Ida D. Whipple, r10fI4?.1t1. Frankie Glover pinned beautiful' The occasion was the annual master of 1



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tation with the regal air of the principal, Phyllis Wheatley Ele!} ;;
: true queen that she is. Miss mentary pledged her
executive secretary continued suppbrt of all civic .
Olive Alexander, ac
PAGE 2 SATURDAY NOVEMBER 18 1961 Moon Ball at where
James E. Scott Association, tivities her presence can
Harlem took a moment to relieve some help and received the presentation
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pf the many acts of kindnessesshe with humility; ,
had been a part and now As sure as education makes a
and bd our guest at
I with Annual Harvest Moon Dance, wondered if the genuine motive people easy to lead, but difficult

Spearing Sports Nov 22 at the Harlem Square. behind the acts would be the to possible drive; to easy to govern, but im
and members ot same once she had received a enslave, let's allow
The president
B for doing what she our civic duties to make
presentation us
By HARRY sp Egelloc Civic and Social Club extend worthwhile citizens..
all believes to be right and neces

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OFF AND RUNNING ,AT. helped to make our annuali book -
review a success.
We are sure we voice the sentiments -
The biggest ot the nation's Sports Happenings of all persons present STAR MEAT MARKET
kittle men will be making their when we say that a stimulatingand
traditional trek to Tropical Park By E. II, McLIN Inspiring review was given
during the next 10 days. by Mrs Eugenia Williams If for
Tropical Park's 43-day meet :: no other reason, we feel confident N.W. 62nd Streete
fug which sets the 126-day HIGH SCHOOL SCOttEd that the persons presentwere .
South Florida thoroughbred season made curious about the
In motion gets under way Mays 61 k v . BTW 0 book, and will wan to read it to
Northwestern 20 . Dillard 7 for not killing a Mockhig Ittrd.; THE, MARKETVIT"
The popular Coral Gable oval Middleton 12 . How. Blake 6 cannot be said for '\,
vrl'l once again serve as a gathering Attucks 26 North Dade 14 ".00 much that graced the environment ,
the dignity
place for the sectional Jones 63. . . Gibbs 0 the following ladles
!champions among the country's Union Acad. 26 .,,. Marshall 14 aa for outstanding
received citations
jockeys. Among Tropical Park's Jewett 14 . Lakeland 13 the community: Mrs. Prices
:strongest traditions Is a sizzling: work in I Fresh Meat-Low
battle for the riding title at thejneetlng. Everything is over but the Mayme WMllams, chairman of
shouting in most of the football guidance, Booker T. Washing.ton .
conferences of the state The High School, accepted her ci
The upcoming season promises'to teams that are the top of the I
adhere oloeely to that tradition. pile now, can sit back and listento
; the other clubs in their

Back to defend the crown he until:league singing the song, "Walt Mameless ELECTRIC Cooking
'won for the second time, lart year. )
'season is Johnny Rotz who has With Just two more games! to
been the play before the end of the seai .
leading rider for the
'over-all New York season. Rctz on teams begin to check on the
won his first league opponents that they have
Tropical title
as an
defeated this season to find out .
apprentice eight years ao and heats the food / F
was a comfortable winner last whether they are a first division
season. beam or a second division team.
The Dlckerson's/ Rating System
Among his chief competitors will be used in
declaring confer
daring wiU be Herberto Mexican-born Hinojosa eaddl-i-, the has nce champions. Any team that .not the kitchen
won more games than it has
smith, Larry Suraker, who will 'ost i la A first division team.
be making his Florida debut,
Big Nine South Championship
Howard Grant, a former TropIcal
was settled as far as Carver ::, yi} :;,; : :wav, .t 0 '.
champion, Joe Culmone, one if Miami is concerned when S:y: +a :": :..tJG%':,,:t.i:+...:;.::,1,,;}r:,;:?:; .
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time national champion .DraulI-7 ; .,: a.,
yy I {
Baeza the they won their fifth straight con +s s.. tibr .+..,.+..{# A .. '3 ,
brilliant Panamanian 'ference :: :Sr>f 2Y }., ::..:,.:.Y:,{y; a.,: +
game on Oct. 13 from iiY.2F
Walter Blum and Steve Brooke, I Roosevelt of WPB. : 5
a pair of ,perennial contenders
Since then the Mlddleton Tig-
for top honors at Tropical.
em of Tampa tied the Carver

In addition, Johnny Sellers team and Carver gave the Booker
and Bill lIartack, two of the top T. Washington team a trounc
three In the current national ing to make their conference
standings have indicated they record 60-1 and with one
plan to accept stake mounts more conference game to play,
during the meeting before becoming nothing in the conference can
regulars on Jan 1. catch them.
Up in the Big Nine North
Hinojosa, now, eighth in the Conference Gilbert of Jacksonville .
"national ranking, has ,been' the has won two conference
''top rider in Maryland for the games and lost one, while New :
f.tys xxr
year and on Saturday locked up Stanton, Howard of Ocala, +aw?rr' kY SA: :,.

the Laurel], title by a comfortable Northwestern of Jacksonville, I .,,,
margin over Tommy Lee. Spra-: Lincoln of Gainesville and Lin y

'ker has been one of the surprises'of coIn of Tallahassee have all won ELECTRIC cooking means there's
the Illinois season, He finish-! three games. This makes it quite : FLAME cooking means heat spills
'ed third at Hawthorne and was a scramble in the North Conference direct contact between utensil and up around utensil, heats up your

second at the Sportsman's Park that will not be unscramble heating element. Heat goes quickly kitchen and I *"
meeting which ended on Satur- ed until the final game of the ,you.I,
and directly Into the f
'day. Most promising of the ap season which will be the weekend food not
prentice performers slated for on Nov. 24. your kitchen.
Tropical la Herbie Clark who

topped the Ohio riders before ., "
transferring to New Jersey A modern automatic electric range will cook foot! Just as fast !r....-...-......"...,
where he continued to .
as contract Jockey for Bruno success 9If as food will cook. without wasted heat that overheats the i NEW ELECTMHRC t

Ferarri's Walnut Hill Farm. 4.lY kitchen and you. Blameless electric cooking means no constant.C00KIN6 j 'astest.Is the! ::

There are 12 handicap races burning pilot Lights. also eliminates the byproducts of flame { Migiatty cuts

to be run at this, meet Nine of soot, fumes, greasy fuel grime.So change over to the comfort \ coo hours Jo minutes.me,rom. i
them at $10,000, one at $16,000,
one at $20,000 and the Tropical and convenience of a flameless electric range you'll be proud \ from minutes to 'I

Park Handicap at $50,000. This of your kitchen as well as your cooking. j 1..1 seconds I
year should be a banner meeting

Some of the outstading STRAIGHTENYOUR Set your electric appliance dealer today
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; ExtravaganzaA SATURDAY\ NOVEMBER 18, 19661 PAGE 3

Around M
Broadway treat is headed

your way for the annual scholarship NOTES ON ORANGE BLOSSOM

,project this year, membersof .
Sigma Gamma Rho Sororityare
By DAVE BONDU 'A presenting featured players
and featured parts from out.
annual Orange Blossom ness or other group, who's floator
standing New York stage produc.
nw-- : Claude Festival and celebration unit has not been confirmedby
r ... tions.
... will be held this year on Saturday Nov. 18 will not be permittedto

LET ME TELL YOU about had caught one. The music Is They are asking the public's Dec. 9. The Florida A and enter the parade. This rule
two people I know. They have good there and 'you can meet support in this endeavor Your M Haulers and an outstanding will be strictly enforced, and will
been among Negroea all of their your friends for some free fish cooperation in purchasing tickets opponent, selected on the basis not be relaxed for anyone.
of Its record, will be featured In All floats must be attractively
.lives and have done many, many and attending this event will be
things to help benefit the NegroIn Next Tuesday night, K C. greatly: appreciated.The the football game that Saturday decorated, in A first class man.
South Florida. I rememberonce Smith at the Mi Dowling Alley night at Miami's Orange Bowl ner, and must represent a worth
pianist for this superb while addition to ,the parade In
these two people paid mov- will open his "K. C. Night" hon CLASSIC PARADE AT 12:80
is Benjamin Gray. order to be., entered in., the pa-
ing bills for a 30 shot apartment oring any customer with a presentation I
The classic parade the
house rade. Any float not
because the people Champagne Birthday Party.
be held that afternoon at 12:80.: minimum standard in decoration
who lived there didn't have the Every Tuesday night, he'll join ,
The parade this year, is expectedto and attractiveness, will not be
money to move. Every the of night oluba serving
year they gang
in the history
be the greatest permitted to enter the parade.
buy 6,000 chickens at Christmastime Paul Massons Pink Champagne.
of the event. All Interested
are urg
and give them Since the of persons
to needy we are on subject
schools bus.tnesscs ed to kindly take note of this no.
All organizations, ,
families. There is always a $20 champagne parties, the owners
tics and themselves so'cortiingly.
bonus at Christmas for each of of the Miami Carver Hotel have t'S and all other groups that govern
would like to enter floats or oth Further information
their employees (and there area theirs Thursday night for
every be obtained from the Chief
er units in the parade, must re may
hundred or more). They have all of the bar maids and waitresses and Parade Marshall.
celve official ,
built playgrounds, bought Delores Cut
equip. that are off duty. unit confirmed Signed
have their float or
ments and uniforms for organizations fy is chairman of the board and by the Chief Parade Marshall, Elliott J. Piece
and kids, sent some of will be passing out the champagne Elliott J. IMeze, at the downtown Chief Parade Marshal

our other students to college and many next Thursday night. office of the Miami Times, 1113: Orange Blossom

things, too numerous to NW 8rd Ave., Fll 82230 not Classic Parade
mention. DR. JAMES LINDSAY took later than Saturday, Nov. 18. 1112 NW Ortl
!\ Ave.N18
first place in the Par and Birdie
school busi
organization ,
Their Any
act was to spend Club's monthly tournament at ?
almost $200,000 to renovate the Miami Sprlne last Sunday. Doc i
od Booker Terrace Motel Into shot an 83 and with his 16 Iq.
the new, beautiful and convenient handicap came In with a 67. I
Hampton house. This spot>> Little James Miller walked off

finest has turned motels out to be one of the with recond place, while Willie He Is the winner of the Detroit

South Florida.and restaurants In Miller! took third There was a Federation of Musicians contest
'sudden death playoff with Earnest Ar
The Hampton in 1948, winner of the Ann
House Nite Club Hayes, Ira Maxwell and bor Symphonic Orchestra Solo.
adds to the atmosphere and It la
Charles Peterson I let's Auditions in 1949 He per.
a place where you can take
your !
formed the Ceasar Franck "Sym
nut-of.town guests and point On the first hole Ira came up Variations" with the Ann
with pride to the tau" of the with a double bogie and took phonic
Orchestra as an
Hampton House. They hare a fine sixth place, and the battle between Arbor Symphony,
and performed numerous
show and the price la now rea Earnest and Charlie went honor prize I
rnnable, the service Is excellentand through the fifth hole where recitals of the Universityof All new Qulnlela Tote
the hostess la cordial. You Earnest made a birdie to take Michigan, and other midwestern Hoard
fourth : cities. Just before coming to I Strict Post Time will be
gentlemen must wear ties and pace. This left a "good GENERAL
'a'kets after 6 p.m. Take your I flghter" in fifth place Playing New York City last year, Mr. Observed

family out to dinner once in awhile arainst Hayes, as Charlie puts It Gray was Instructor of piano N. C.at I Individual Seats
go and see the talent nits "was one of the greatest thrillshe N. C. College, ADMISSION
!rhnw., spend a weekend of relax has had since he started Sunday, Oct. 25, 1959, Mr. Gray
with Detroit Symphony
atlon and pleasure around the playing." He Is practically a : appeared
pool deck and in the club. I say necomer to golf in Detroit. 50
n> n'cs to the owner of the Tickets are on sale at the office

Hampton house, Mr. and Mrs. Ttm'OnAN( E BLOSSOM Clou. of the Miami Times and mem
Harry Markowlt for a beautl. bers of the Sorority can also
sic is around the andas
just corner
',,' place for to .
Joy. us show and .. usual, the half time show supply them. '

promises to be better than last Date: November 30. Place:

,PRETTY GIRL of The Week year. The floats for the parade Booker T. Washington School ..o..o.ooooooooooooooooooo oc o
Ruth Reed (Hampton House oromises to be more attractive Auditorium, 8 p.m.
than ever too. .. .' .
hostess) Pretty Boy of the ,
Week: Harold Kemp (managerof
\bout Hampton Town House) Man Jones has a new "Kitty" '62 question turns out to be, "will I A

t the extinct : Bill Robinson of and his drummer, Freddie Scott Negroes be given a chance at
Quails Quartet. bought a '69 Impala Dor- the Bus Driving School" T T TIt

bars, Roberts will: walk down the you have seen Mayme around
HAS The GlaM got on males next month Carlos the and d
during day, you are
lone for
rot this weekend He's Clark planning one of the ,big. curious she is on medical leave MOWTOOTIN'
of Drown, whose records vest shows for the new Fiesta from the school board for the ,:

"Gone"Anytime, anyplace" and Key Club which I think they are next two or three months.
Aeain" sold In the mil. wing to call "The Playhouse."

tons. Wlnni 1 la known as an"entertainer's (I used to play house, when I THAT'S IT till next week, ik

entertainer." This was a kid, and boy did I have live life, every golden minute of
mUll that all of the big time fun) WMBM will soon be It. PEACE I
show folk dig her. I've known 'going on all night ElectionIs
Wlnni since we were teenagers next Tuesday so get out and ti

(about upteen years ago) vote With Metro taking
yoU fill up these figures and over the bus system, the big Advertise It Pays!
you know what you can do with
all those years you add up on : WINE
Saturday, and If you make any ... =-r.: ..__ ._ ;;.'__ _:=:::-"':

money, come and see me. '

The Glass was telling me, "we 'Care-Craft'School for Nurse's Aids
will have one of the beet showswe '

have ever had and after the _
show we'll go in the lounge and TEN WEEKS COURSE :' DRINK

; Jump till:: five with the Gonza. .
I le* Blind Boys Trio. Then come ENROLL NOW '
, next week we'll have ten tons S

, of fun, because Dig Maybell will LEARN BEDSIDE: NURSING AND INFANT CARE 5 MM-.1 ...*..._........ ,
, be back by popular demand

With Frank DuBoise and his Have a Lifetime ProfessionFR
Mad Boys. Dave and Howard
plus the Hot Papa Turner Fam 9.7357 Fastest Drink 1 1A'

I ily-at the Knight Deat this

weekend in the West .
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, on Wednesday night ks I turningout The Wild Drinkin

' to be a big affair. Last Wed.
nesday when I got to Baker's '
Famous Corner, all of the fish To enjoy your favorite drinks In the .

pagne was gone(Paul, so Maseon's I drank ,pink of course cham.) a pleasant and distinguished atmosphere 'w1 Big: Square Bottle

and listened to Jimmy Wilson fIIf w
talk. He said he rememberedwhen J t
Produced by Comstock Vintners, f
15th ave. was a palmetto
patch and he ,had a dog that used .'_ San Francisco, Calif.
to run rabbits along there. When
I the dog got tired he'd put the 20% by volumeA
dog In the car and he'd run the SAVOY SATELLITE
I rabbits. And about where he was
I t sitting In Baker's was where he SMOOTH WINE


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4 SATURDAY NOVEMBER 18, 1961 and Mrs. Verrtald' Burroughs wfibs e sbn, Rand\ Is mAking '
I quite a name for himself}\ in the field of science. .JUST BROWSIN'
Burroughs has collaborated with Dr. Stephen Halq rand By PAUL H N"'t

pro ETdwaVd Leonard in aresearch project "C do'gl """,,,,, "'''''-''' 2

.. --, .- bUn" published by' the National Heart Institute, Bethe- The State Beverage Depart.
-- :-_: -.. -' sada, Md. meat,. Thomas 'E. Lee,, director,
am- said this week that the alcoholic
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D. D Atlanta eo- economic oondltlot4
Dr Channing 1 aSemlitary and Corruption, unfair i trade prSc-
Office at Ii740 V\\. 13th Atemie-PhonB OX 1. ":..Il: ;
monopdjlstlc, .tended-
rites and 1
llrunrh.. 1112: \" .W. mint Avw., MUml, Hloi-idft Phone FR S2230II. Is Buried Dr. Tobias also eervfid as as- died are becoming, widespread, Hewarned
_-,. ._ ___--:......--. .. administrator in the New that If ,the Industry did
K. ,tiIGtoMUNI> RUKVHftl, Editor and. Publisher Dr. Channing Tobias, State War Finance Com not c'ean its own home, it will
OAItTll ,O. IU EVES, Managing Editor emeritus latlon .for of the the Advancement,National Afl8t I in- ", 1942... _- be' 'cleaned for them,
Co'ored Peop'e! and a I
Enteird H* Sefoiul Ohiu Matter, August 9, 1027, at the Post Office director of the Phel -. Notice Eastern Airlines reported on
at Miami, Florida r under the act of March ft, 1876 Fund, died in New York Nov Tuesday that for the first nine
_. .. and was burled Nov. .8 from the'n. will 'be sponsored by months of the year the companylost
-- -- --- Riverside Church. A dance' $5,000,000. The company
YE EDITORS NOTEBOOK Lady, of Lourd's Guild in the ha* as'sed: the Civil Aeronatlca
Dr. Tobias a native ot of St. Mary of" the Mis- Board for an increase In fares

VOTE.. ON TUESDAY haserved ta, Ga., was,.Mj 79,|.,years ret}JY: old.,. of", ; q"sc q \\ot/J 6 + 4t.lu NfU, f er>ljgjjpp t 13g mpany fgq.4-aad will: 'AlsobWh..illqwor -f.ouijtlil ut

Next Tuesday,,'Ndve mqet':$1, is Jectlpn\:.$ayv wjlad J YM.CA. *,..member' b41.tt,, AA1b,0, ra: i'Wni.'oJ evening' iven', NQVlv02Z11j (.'torIttieduiiiesi''iiri'd'ollet :Qll trustees of Howard: \; j rbelJt' Ii JOS8 nth.., ttt J e )
to membersiJor the
two City !f r
\ : &ft to jthc ,polld elect ] '
$ will "
: r ''PH'p.'/MP}mq iahiyyltAiei}; I : : {{ples' 'd.. ':, fight day !attfto t&T night,:dngiruveers
Commission; to fill theseate'vacated, ,b '.C<>n>ptfFWW! $ .1 ))a Den CollegeAugusta, ton; ll.Ob/ 'i'Ke'pub lla Is\ in.. (in February "' ,
"'' still where he received his A. B..
E Hearn and Georgg DuBreiul, .lore important we .
will ,be electing a mayor for the city of ,Miami to succeed gree in 1902, lie also held J 'Twas just too bad that 74
Robert. re-election. I young' 80-ldlors 'Jost their lives in
Mayor King High who }\s.seeking 'a plane crash near Richmond,
During Mayor High's administration we have seen ON NOVEMBER Va. last week. The Imperial Air
many improvements in our city., Among them, sanitary irei reported carrying $30,000,'
sewers, lighting, trash collection, library expansion, 'recreational 21 : 000 insurance, on the soldiers,
: improvements, and also the gambling situationin On Tuesday police and Dotting
officials arrested the engineer Of
Dade County PULL LEVER, the FEC train at 59th terrace
Mayor High has been easy to reach. He has been a and 4th avenue at 5:63 a.m. Itt
mayor of all classes in the community. 2.t-A it4A a, :charge of making too rducn
The Miami Times believes that it. will be in the interest noise in. the neighborhood. JtesU
had been complaining
of the City of Miami to reelect Robert King High FOR TIlE that they coud: ,not steep fdr
;as mayor. r .. switching and, banglpg, between
There are five contestants for the office of mayor Qualified Candidate .4 ,and,, 5 a.m.

:and 18 for the two seats vacated by B. E. Hearn and Experienced in City ; his The case engineer given a was datreleased. atid
'Georjrfe DuBreuil. In this number is Kenneth Williams, government ,
ono of our well known business men Mr. Williams, like Speaking before the general
most of the other candidates, has had no political experience A Businessman who will t ,assembly of the Union. o-f American .

I ; he has served as manager of the Liberty City Fed I hold the tax line ; 'Wednesday Hebrews: Joseph congregations Rauh Jr.,,on a
eral Housing Project /before going into business for him leader of Americans for Democratic -
self. He has promised to give us the ,kind of representation Action, told that body
he believes we need. We think you should give :Mr. that :the Kennedy administrationdid {
as much for Civil Rights in
your support. its first eight months as the
On Tuesday evening Williams was invited by the previous administration, did init'3
Miami Women's Club ,to their candidates forum. He ac- entire eight years in office.

cepted the invitation, but it was withdrawn with the explanation From Florida A and M University
,that it was a mistake, the club is not integrate came five delegates to
Mr. Williams might have felt a little disappointedbut the Associated Collegiate Press
it must have been a very much more embarrassing Conference held at the Fontaine-
blau Hotel last week. ,They were
situation for the club.GRAND.
Charles! Smith III, advisor for
the Florida Rattler, Jackie Cay
JURY REPORTDade non, editor-business manager
""the Rattler year book; Lew
Grand Jury wound up its sessions on Tuesday.The Mills, Tallahasse, layout editor;
report ,as is generally the case, made interesting David White, editor of the
reading FAMUAN newspaper and Fred
die Qroomes. fashion editor.
The jury criticized Judge Robert Anderson for dismissing
a bolita case against Willie Johnson and Ella Ellis ir it'it' "t1Jml111771lTImn1Wn...
and returning $1,200 that had been confiscated in ,a raid.
The judge had been informed that all of the, money seized r :f
was not turned in ,by the cops, but this turned out to ))1 DREAMLAND
be untrue, as both the accused and their attorney agreed ESTATES
that all of tho money was turned in. ,
The jury said the judge was hasty in his decision. .1

Miami The Offstreet Grand Parking Jury went Authority all out for poor against business, the Aero/ef/ has leased land near DREAMLAND

methods and recommended that the Authority be abolished \- t
and that its'functions be carried out ,by the' ,City", ESTATES A new community is being born I

Commission. ; .
i indicated the chairman and ..
The jury had previously A 1 ; I'
the director of the, Authority for perjury \ .; ; 'T' 1- ACRES
A charge against. Sheriff's deputies that' they beata et. : :: 4
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murderer into confessing, was squashed. :

A new, Grand Jury was: sworn in on Tuesdajrjnonving ; !.\ '
by Circuit Court Judge Ray Pearson.Lf; L t
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l1 $795.

Wednesday of this week the Most Rev. Arthur

Carl Lichenberger, presiding bishop of the Episcopal a '
Church in America, made history when he spent 40 min- .r ;, ,fo HOME$T A $jQ[ Down
utes at the Vatican with Pope John It was the first such :.
visit by a head of the Episcopal Church. F1CR/D4 CITY

The presiding bishop is on his way to New Delhi to ,4 d $10 i
attend a meeting of the World Council of Churches.The i J ; :.', : t' Monthly
bishop Western New York, Rt. Rev. Lauris- < ,,1(,' )f.i f.',:..-- ,
ton Scaife and Clifford :Morehouse, president of the Epis- i Call

copal Church House Deputies, accompanied the presid- : 'c'0- '. !
ing bishop to the Vatican and were also presented to the 691-5611
Pope.Last year the Archbishop of Canterbury (head of for a

1 the Anglican Church, was a visitor at the Vatican.CONGRATULATIONS I k ,+h M representativeEstates .

.I, h 14WM M4R ,., ', ,
N(5 4tf (s1 4sa .
( coo acaES
It must .have been gratifying news to Kelsey Pharr 1!
f to receive. letter from Northwestern University Inform-
s ing him that a book marked with a special plate bearingthe f
name of his son, Kelsey Jr., had been placed in the Dreamland
Deering Library of the University to perpetuate the mem- : .
ory of Kelsey .Jr., who distinguished himself while a stu-
dent at Northwestern and in his international contribu- NOW AT NEW HOME

tions The in the Miami arts.Times congraulates Mr. Pharr upon this 578? fI.\". 17th Avenue Phone 69J561I'PAGE I

outstanding recognition of Kelsey.

Our congratulations go to two other Miamians, Mr. .zro1mmt7mJm.lP! H m.! waJ.n.Utr

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I Douglas Elementary School Observes American Education Week II

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Third 'Glade I pfanirtng'' groats':>' :2 Doles.' Clmbt'hi ;Mrs. J. Faith and ( .lrb.y ttotlirlj ;n:' 'fciareht, .'Mr. II. 'Me.Mjtuth ., '1)anlels, )Irs. A.\ Williams. Mrs,
:Miss: M. Markham, Mr*..' O.: 'I' 'Dally, Public
lard, ..n....!tfi. Johnson, Mr 'lY.DatUels .., ;,,JVIJisw \M1 Xewbold and. llhdlo- 'broadcast' 'panelT'>VMWhMi : : \ ,OoiwiflU) ,; seatedleft .: ,Hart and Mrs 1ft, later; ,Not
*5lrs5 Ml 'I*>Ah', Mrs.! B. Mrs. A. Cohen, .Interns from Be. tf' J. Frazler- MW. 'ti. Dott'ar, to rl It ht z Miss M. Killings, shown, Mm. C. Cl-irko, principal,
Moss Mrs. M. Reev&''and Mrs. thuno Cookman College, Mrs. M. Miss S. Piajne, Mrs. A. Crawford Mrs. C. Johnson, Mrs. H. Half?, I,. Coloman, A. Crawford, It.,
A. 31 endow s. Not shown, Mrs. Q. nioomfield, Mr. W. HArt and anti Mr. (3. James. Not shown, Mrs. M. Dean, Mrs. D. PnUson, Button.

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I Wednesday, November 8. I I da)', November 0. 1\Ion'l I I. Tuesday, November 7. I I November 0. I (lay, Nov. 10, 11:1,1n: p.m. I

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Douglas Elementary School was
Indeed a center of activity dur-
American Education Week re ,
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Gently observed throughout the
These pictures display the
types of activities the Douglas
lamlly and friend participatedIn
as a part of this national educational --
observance from Nor fi.
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"The Live Classroom Demon
strations," held In the show window '
of the Atlantic Furniture

Co.means, served of communicating M an ,Invaluable with the KlWil.iTT:Jlifti*.....in i i1r| ,_-ri-rrt. ...__. ,..._ ...,.......-. nor .rr-

people In our community In let Parents in a flrnt grade class. Parent In a 1th grade<< classI l'arrnts. In another' tth? "nulo
ting them see how the school dayIs Scenes from Open House. I room, Mrs L. Martin, teacher. I I room, Mrs. A. Clapp, teacher ( classroom, .Mrs. Z. Jones' trailer I

spent In third grade.delight Many in .n'-T"Y, .A.'IL_ -.' ., '....... rr. ,. '...c..- ""' ''''''l>I'A" -...rl.. w_f -- H ':EC __-J::' !!II.I"--! ,..' 1Id:
having observers this expressed opportunity of seeing : '._ ': Pc'_'__ I tt r
these fine pupils in action. Ir a.t .
Open House was another activity .4 .,.. 'L.. ; g
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that proved etremely cue- 1 .
tlvlty that proved extremely sue-
room only" In the cafetorlum
when parents and friends answer',,
ed the call to visit their school.
Cli*!'sroom visitations proceeded
a well.planned program 'Presented
by the fifth and sixth grade
classes of Mesdames M. Raiford
and L. Doles proceeded by the
showing of a timely flint helpedto

make the affair more Inter. .....
eating _. .. ._
the -- -'''' -
Facuty members and our. In. Parents" attending pedal|
terns participated in daily broad' Open house program presentedby .
cast, with the public address system I fifth and sixth grade pupils, ---= !- = =--=.:: ;::;==-: --=- -: :.-7-.: "::-=':'=
explaining the dally themesto I Mrs. M. lUlfonl and Mrs. 1,. Drive by Call
our pupils. A panel of teach Doles i, trarhera. Now For
1225 NW 45th St. Layaway Xmas!
era, a parent, our cone super.
visor, M. H. McMillan discussed CBS corner like new, gar 1
these dally themes over station Homes For SaleIn age. $78 Mo. $500 down. -DISCOUNT I
WMDM on Nov. 5.
Our sincere thanks to the parents N.W. Section Duplex
and friends who supported Only $1,000 down bedrooms, 2 baths
these activities and were instrumental 4 bedrooms, 2 bath CBS 1292 NW 45th St. TOY CENTER
them 100
in making percent
successful, and to the At. Almost new, furnished, Large kitchen, $11,500, low :
lantlc Furniture Store and sta. tiled roof, awnings! large terms. j'
tlon WMDM for the facilities and tiled front porch good in. 6023 N.W. 7th Ave.
many service extended to our (Old' Commercial' Dank
Bohool and to our community. come. Close in Miami area. SMALL ESTATE AND Duildlng)
Call for appointment to see. COTTAGEPlus
Attention Robert E. Marx, Inc. I 3.2 bath for profes 6,000 square feet of toys at .
MO 5.3551 sionals. See 4001 ''NW 11th LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES

and Dave Kennedy supporters Ave.A. OPKN KVKMNXJS UNTIL 0 P.M.
BEN KARI Realtor
: For free ride to I Support the Fight for t

the polls call Liberty City Freedom 2644 N.W. 62nd St. BRING THIS AD FOR FREE PRIZESATUR

OX 10131. Downtown FR I Join Your NAACP OX. 1.9372 +r-'._ ..+-. -r'r- :; ."'
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Annual Fla. Conferenceat Broadway I


II Visits NassauRev. Dade County New Trinity CMEThe 30

Secretarial Ass'nOn B. T. WASHINGTON
89th session of the FlorIda people of the general conference.The
of the missionary women held AUDITORIUM
Annual Conference
Friday, Nor 3, eighteen Christian Methodist Episcopal their first session Wednesd.LYafternoon
members of the Dade County at 3:30: p.m.
Secretarial Association left fromNorth's Church, under the leadership of
the Right Rev. E. P. Murchison,
Travel Bureau by char-
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is seated at the Trinity -c.ea
bishop -
tered bus to attend the Sixth -
Annual Planning Conference for CME Church, the Rer. E. T. PEOPLES DRUG STORE BARBECUEAND
Fi4i Brown minister.
A iE : Florida State Secretaries In Tal
lahassee. This session has called in all LUNCHEONETTE
pastors and lay workers from all
Officers of the I
group are:
Ruth S. Williams, ,president; Mrs. over the state of Florida. These 402 and 406 N.W. 8th Street FR 4-5874
pastors are under the Presiding
Florence Holloway, recording Eldership of the 'Rev. T. R.
secretary and Mrs. Edna K. Wells Miami district and the Drug Store Bar-B.-Que
Clarke, treasurer.
Rev. O. R. Jackson, the Jackeon- Specializing in prescriptions, Featuring breakfast lunch
Enroute to Tallahassee, they ville-Tallahasse district. latent medicines and sundries a dinner Old Hickory Barbecue
were met in Ft. Lauderdale by The conference opened with from B p.m.
members of the Brovrard County the Holy Communion Service, Open daily 0:30 a.m. 13: p.m. '
Secretarial Association, their the Bishop E. P. Murchison, pre Fri., Sat. to 1:80 a.m. Open Fri. & Sat.: to 2:30 arm
president, Mrs. Louise Dowdyand siding. The sermon was delivered -
the state president, Mn by the Rev. M. H. Cousin, Satisfaction Guaranteed Free Delivery
Odessa P. Alexander who joinedthe pastor, Greater Tabernacle CME
group for the remainder of Church, Orlando.
the trip.
The Miami churches and Citi
Shepherd Dogaetore. who The meeting was held on Sat. zens' Program was the highlight -
recently returned from a visit to urday, Nov. "at the newly : at the evening service, with Over 4,000 Customers Can't be Wrong!
Nassau, where he reports a very erected Florida State headquar the Rev. S. A. Cousin deliveringthe
pleasant stay, While In the Bahamian ters building. The theme of the address. S. R. 22's Written While You Wait

capital he was a guest at program was: "Let's Take an A reception for the bishop and
Olive's Guest House. The Rev. Honest Look." Greetings were ex Mrs. Murchison and the delega Service First as low as
was in Nassau to conduct a'' tended to the group by Mrs. tion closed the first day's ses'
drive for an organ for St. Luke Althoria Rozier, secretary to sup. sion. $5.40
Baptist Church of which the Rev. ervisors and administrative per The second day's activities InsuranceAgency Deposit
E. J. Hudson is pastor. sonnel of Leon' County; Miss Eu. were opened by the bishop with
The Rev. Bogaetore was very genia M. Rackard, administrative Rev. H. L. Burton giving the Starts your insurance
high in his ,praises of the hospitality assistant, Florida State morning meditation message. Immedi.
of the people of Nassau, headquarters, Amos P. Godby, The business session includedthe ately.
He met and was entertained by a superintendent of Leon County official roll call, the first
number of well known residents public' echoolis' ; Dr. George /W. balloting of the pastors and lay Miami Locka
of the island city. Among some Gore, president Florida A and M
of these were: R. A. Ferguson, University; H. Landers, chair 3497 N.W. 7th Ave. 16300 N.W. 27th Ave.

who is associated with the Immigration man Leon County Principal's ly entertained by the hostessesthe NE 5-6355 NA 4-6612
Department, Mr. Not. Council and Dr. Gilbert Porter, Leon 'County Secretarial Association
of Olive's Guest executive secretary, Florida State
;age, owner who ,made their stay In
House. Rev. McPhee, Mme. El- Teachers Association.The Tallahassee a most enjoyableone. -
trenia Moxey, Rowena Johnson panelists were: Mrs. .
and Susan Samuel, as well as a ; Johnnie Q. Blake, assistant pro
number' of others. fessor of English, Fla. A and M. BARKLEY'S CUT-RATE STORE
Rev. Bogaetors remained In University: Roosevelt Steptoe,
Nassau for two weeks, com Dept. of Economics (Fla. A and Beautiful Home on
mended the Nassauvlans, and M.; Mrs. Christine Knowles, Your Lot The Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
predicted a great future for the teacher of business education at
capital city. He said, "Nassau is Fla. A and M. Dr. W. G. Shover, 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376

a great city." professor of marketing, Fla. ;bw BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIALSBinders
State University and Mrs. Frances .
Jackson's Toddle InnThe vice president and state 8o> to 1.49 Nifty Binders
chairman of the National Association I Sheet 0* to tat
of Educational secretaries. Composition
Parent's Club of Jackson's I Ballpoint Pens 10* 08* Books 49
Other counties attending the gas *
Toddle Inn at Its second .
I Fo Ke-No Sets 2.08
month's meeting installed the officers planning conference were Lake GIf .
in an inspiring installationof County, Duval, Putnam, Hills Complete Building Sarvlo Straightening Bridge Keno Bets 1.08
officers by the school'a, principal borough, Nassau, Polk, Alachauand Combs 70* 2.08 .
Mrs. I. B. Jackson Mose. Leon county. PLANNING BO, 2.08

:ly. Challenging remarks as to The afternoon session of the BUILDING OPEN DAILY A SUNDAY 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.
the duties of each office were conference was conducted by the
given the newly elected officer state president, Mrs. Odessa P. e FINANCING JOHN A. McMINN, Ownsr

This group of officers are well Alexander and the chairman of Your New Horn J L ta. ._.... --- _. _
the executive board. Mrs. Ber. ;:
experienced and qualified In the
nice Hunt and other state offi No Down
management of the club's affalra.
cers. Mrs. Delores Miller of
Mrs. Myrtle Dullard, the newly ,
Dade elected departmental
County Payment
elected president, expressed
head of the Florida:
ideas with parents on educational NEW CUSTOM BUILT HOMESSold
background of our children State Non-Instructional. Person Over Twenty Years of
and their experiences at home, Construction Experience
school and play.Enthusiasm In the evening they were royal. Guaranteed Satisfaction 35 already-Demand so great

and interest were We have built more
expressed by parents in 1f QaaQ
preparation Register Your
of the club's annual See 3062 N.W. 60th Street
Thanksgiving dinner for the Talented Child mmV @ffi

children: after their ,program for Open Sunday 12 5
Music, Dance or Art noon to p.m.
parents invited guests. Menu PL 1-3604
planning for this affair was the Fine Arts Conservatory
height of the evening's parent Carver YMCA Miami $500 CASH$23 WEEKLY

participation.The OX 6.0231 888 N.E. 79th St.
meeting was adjourned toa
beautiful buffet table and I
delicious repast sponsored by the Milton Rothman

These are the newly elected m f y OR RADIO TROUBLE 7287 S.W. 57th Avenue

officers Mrs. of Myrtle the Parent's Bullard,Club presi: 1 V PHONE PL 1-8381 Phones MO 7-2561 or MO 6-8407

dent; Mrs. Marie Brown, vice; W
Mrs. Maurecm Anderson, secre House Service Calls $1.50

tary; Mrs. Jo-Anne Reed, finan Repair and Sales Fro
cial secretary; Daniel Francis, Delivery T..... ...... ..
All work guaranteedKNOW I w ,- 1 1 1 ... ..
treasurer; Mrs. Harriett Worrell,

chaplain; John Mosely, business YOVU TV MAN AND SAVE MONUT "Living Service for. the Living"Oscar
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Authorized Factory TV Repair Co., Inc.

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Johnson of Miami 1

409 N.W. 17th Street E DalvEm R UG OX 1-0131 OX 1-1343 !,

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CGC BoardThe SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 19661 PAGE :71

Butcher Workman, In its
September-October Issue, reported .
that Hilton E. Hanna, ex.
:?cutive assistant to International
Secretary-Treasurer Patrick E.
Gorman, has been reelected to
the board of directors of the
:11 Citizens of Greater Chicago.

CGC is the only organization
In the Greater Chicago area
purposely organized to penetrateinto s 1 # ,ij
the local communities to
stimulate interest in and to coordinate
action on Issues of maJor -- \
TAnother civic interest. In carryingout
this purpose, CGC holds con
ferences and forums, distributes
,.. --- informative literature and arranges .
First $6,225 per year. He attended to do whatever it can to
Dickerson Training School In Inform the public about the cur
For MiamiHagan Alabama rent Issues.
Mr. Eason is a member of Mt.
Participating as an active CGO
Tabor Baptist Church and
E. Eason the first Ne a
member, Hanna heads the con
former president of the National
gro to be appointed a dispatcherIn .
ference committee of the Araal
Alliance of Postal He
the Miami Post Office Department Employees.
*"" now resides at 1501 NW 74th gamted Meat Cutters* and Butchers
St. with his wife Doris. Workmen of North Ameri
Mr. Eason, a native of Reid. ca.
vllle: Ga., entered the Miami The Post Office November, 1942 asa left, being congratulated by the Mr. Hanna is a former Mia
garageman. Later he moved up president John Fryar, of the mlan.
to a driver and later on a trail NAPE. This photo was made ala
ertractor driver and held this picnic this summer on Cran.
position until his present promo- don Park for Postal Employees.
tion as level all with a (salary of -Photo by Matthew William. t ?\
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Phyllis WheatleyArt Blind Youth Asks + Q \

and Social ClubThe For Operation 1 A. \ \ ,, 1:\t

Phyllis Wheatley Art and ...... ,'
Club ,wish to thank all '\,.'' "',' k4Rr ''1 .
those who came to its annualtea .J "
at the Mary Elizabeth Fiesta :: I ..
Room, Sunday, Nov. 12. The .r.'" A ':':'i ,', }
tea was a great success and all
members wish to thank the Phyllis 1
In Fine
Wheatley School choral group Whiskey. ,
and the Northwestern High
choral group for their wonderfuland ",
enjoyable renditions. Truly
they are cultural additions to our Its
community life. The chairman,
Mrs. W. Wanda and her cochairman The Fit !
Mrs. M. L. Nixon are to be That Makes
complimented for the work doneIn The f IStNM1El

to bringing the public.this Altho lovely Mrs.program Nixon DifferenceAlterations L, 7he F rsf T sIe will "

was somewhat Indisposed she Remodeling
poke on "The Meaning and Ac. H-- EAST COAST TAILORS ill why!
tivitlea of Federated Women you
Clubs." 717 N.W. 62nd St. '3 0

Members wish her a speedy re PL 8-3901 BLENDED WHISKEV 00 PROOF 66% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS

Idle Hour Art ryy cgg=i gaaags =--

Club MeetsThe For T :Finest Apartments at Moderate RatesCallT l
is Alexander
My name Henry ,,
Idle Hour Art Club met and I am appealing to the city
during the month of October. of Miami for an operation. I am
at the homes of Mrs. Ann Allen originally from Blakely, Ga. I ; BONDEDCOLLE
Mrs. Rosa Airline Mrs. Rhodrr graduated: this year from the _
Culmer. The meetings were very Georgia Academy for the blind
Interesting and informative.The with top honors.
repasts were delicious *& w
with turkey and all of its trim. I am 17 years old, and have
mlngs, been blind for three years. My .r p. C TIO
Dacskets of fruit were sent to mother is also visually handi
Dr C. M. Frazier and Mr. and capped. My father works for the I
Mrs. Sam Jones, we are wishing city of Blakely. I am now living
them a speedy recovery with my aunt, Mother Leila _
Smith and family at 1371 NW a !
highlights,Mrs. George of her Rollins trip gave to Ocala the 60th tt. ; AGENCY Inc.The

where she attended the executive If there Is clothing or any .
board meeting of the State Col. thing that you would like to give
ored Women's Clubs. Mrs. Rol. me, It would be greatly ayprecl
lins shared her great experienceswith ated Please call PL 4.8992. largest collection and rental
the members.
I have been in Miami ever a
All of the members heart went since my graduation, and I am r, agency in the South; operating in
out to the Belize people, where not working at prsent. ) e
their help: was needed greatly. Dade and Broward Counties'
They were busy as bees packing .
boxes of clothing to send to ... :, Ii
these people. There were 36 sent Fund SolicitsContributions -- Negro Housing area
by the members.All WILLIAM IlIlOUiGIITON

of us are thrilled for our District Manager
coming bazaar which will be Dec. I II
The Foundation
8, 8 and December 8 Sweeting's
p.m. a.m.
the Derrien Hotel You are all I Fund, Inc. solicits your contributions MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
welcome and invited. You will for cbolarships. All con.
miss a treat if you don't come. ributloni are tax free. For in 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
The next meeting win be at Miss formation call Miami FR 1-6206

Mrs.Valencia: Gertrude Farrington Williams, Nov, presi 16. or Make Ft.all Lauderdale checks payable LU 3-7258.to the I Bonded also has FREE employment service for

dent; Mrs. E. Tappen, reporter. Sweeting 2148 NW Foundation 4th St., Ft Fund Lauder., Inc. Bonded's Tenants, at main office, 4150 NW 7th Ave.

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1103 N.W. 8rd AVE. ._.. FB 8.8410
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Promise That Count
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PAGE 8 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1961 Mn. Louise Mills Is the new
manager of the Hoomlng Houseat ElectMurray
643 NW 8th St. Call 3772143.
She has nice rooms for nice A

people. .....-................. Z.

Sadie Hawkins Day

otL Dance 11 KLEINMiami


Friday, Nov. 17.10 p.m. tl?
Group 5
KNOW THAT you Raisin in The Sun" Dec. 12 I BY Presently serving as City Commission Appointee to Stadium
t heud of the National 14 at (tthe school's audit. BILLY ROLLS & ORCHESTRA A(hfsoroard for Orange Bowl, has consistently voted tor
I I Cardiac Hospital. It's a facilities.
lower consumer prices and increased patron
hospital for needy children E. Lois Foreman Miami's most Donation $1.25N..NNNNNN..N..NNN.NNHMN..N
suffer with rheumatic fever.To song bird will fill in for I II 7 "I .,ttoriie" ,!'- :BuslnessoW, Dcjqoj te4 cWeteTanni I' -i' I

help bear the "* Reedduring! his ab: ,I 1",. ..' ,/ School'Tencher I afc I L ...W.lff', .,' r
e :pence operation Her; Hampton: :
pital operates-'a, Thrift ..' Is Friday, (today). ./. 'J Murray Z. KJciu/ivill vote for and promote 4k permanent1: Interracial '
736 NW .62ndi St, and Brooks will- die'featured;' Relations Board, not merely vheff emergencies Dfl fif" 4 'I 'arise f r
types of-'second hand ""Jars at The Square" Sun
und house furnishing. Those afternoon Nov. 19 at 3. but to foster better understanding and cooperation between the
men who take out to recently signed a record citizens of .Miami at all times.
their services are not paid. contract with Columbia,. ;
monies are turned over to 26 issue of Downbeat: : I
NOCH. Brook whose talents and PEOPLE'S REPRESENTATION
There is no, or never has are awesome.".

any creed sort or color discrimination for the of Other has been greats blind appearing since 1327 NW 43rd St. GROUP 5 Lever 24A

May we suggest going to Turnip Green George No closing cost
T,irilt Shop and looking bass; Dennis "The -
Paul, reeds Vinni Tan. -. "' --- ---
Items dale? or per.haps ; $345 down $68 Mo.
wculd like to contribute to Lon Norman, trombone; --

tosp.tal.: : All contributions Ray congo-bongo. Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS. . . . . ..,...... . .
tat deductible.CLASSIC
L\ GAMMA RIIO brings Carport, awnings, furnished
TIME Broadway personality in kitchen. Must be seen. HOMES FOR SALE
the BTW audit when Benja
luncheon Monday Nov. : Gray Extravaganza appears 'in 1 ov.its 20 Theatri at 8 3061 N.W. 70th TerraceOpen
can rest assured Classic $295 down $60 Mo.
here. The 29th Orange Sunday 2-6 p.m.
Classic kick off luncheon 2 houses on 1 lot. Partly Beautiful 3-bedroom, 2 bath, built in kitchen, 1 year
vr spark nrly December to classic. spectacuar events.: stage"A Broadway furnished. No closing coats, young, small cash down. FHA terms.

bTome traditional ExtravaganzaNov. no qualifying. Move rightin. 1424 N.W. 55th Terrace
time for many in Miami. Needs repairs but whata
30 2-6
Mo s II Kendrix Open Sunday p.m.
has achieved outstanding Bw, T. WASHINGTON deal. Large 2-bedroom, 2 bath, large Florida' room, low
nition for Its yearly down payment.
to outstanding players in AUDITORIUM -o-
of Coca-Cola. $495 down Nice
What really make the $400 DOWN
-rr rrrrrrrrrr ri / .
. .
rpectatcular U the pre-came j' C"' > Iy aI
3 bedrooms 2 baths
ha't.tlme.shou.. 'Naturally FOR RENT Open 2-6 p.m.
game is the thing, but BO Very large home, shopping. f q '842 N.W: 47th Street : :,"'-
have enjoyed halftime transportation.' No closing
5820 17th' Ave.
this statement, "The costs. CBS, 3 bedroom, 2 baths. Florida room," carporte.,.
y L Chow was as good as the and garage, hardwood floors. FHA terms., 1
or better," k yearly ZONINGSuites For these and many others
you are panning: to
eirly so you may also say. 1 and 3 Why pay rent? Own your Call Harry Denny
f re-pame show was great. can rent these fine own home. We will help
you there for home and busi you with your financing. Action Realty Inc.

WKDDIVfl BRIDAL alone. Can use for of PL7-8456 283 NW 79th st. 253 N.W. 79th St. PL 7-4544
Alice Johnson and James appliance repairs, lock.
ris. They are dated for photo, letter and .S ....,.._. . . . ....
New Bftheil Missionary
Ditto for Grace Ellison: service. Many others.
Joe Masev! Dec. 3 at
Chapel AME. See and call Louis -
NORTH DADE Thespians OX 1-5761
riety (remember their
performances.nation that achieved wide great They for will for appointment ESTATES

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No taxes Free deed 30 day money back guaranteeJoin

BUY A HONE TODAY County.the 50 thousands miles from who Miami.have already bought in Fabulous Collier

See these low down payment CBS homes. Drive by,
eoo iroo No
then come by our office. We will help you with the $ $

financing. 111 DOWN MONTH "' Interest I


1. 1319 NW 40th St.-$400 down $68.95 month

2. *1335" NW 40th St.-$400 down $79.52 month ;! ACRES of
11 Sunny Fla.
3. 1343 !TTW 40th St.-$495 down $74.90 month

5. 1058 NW 47th Terr.-$400 down $76.13 month

6. 1299 NW 51st Terr.-$300 down $62.21 month
7. 1111 NW 55th Terr.-$400 down $77.87 month 245

;i 8. 1540 NW 55th St.-$350 down $69.50 month All Corner Tracts

I 9. 2910 NW 70th Terr.-$350 down $71.50 month
w Discounts on Larger Tracts
10. 2921 NW 70th Terr.-$350 down $64.90 month
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We have over 500 homes in Liberty City area


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4-0655 PL 4-5101

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###'### Message of ThanksDear THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI I. FLORID4; ? :,

Please' allow me space your
paper to thank the Nurses 'So* w

By RUTH PERRY, __ roilty for the plaque they pre.

................ ..... sented me on Sunday Nov. 12 at
a a++#IIII# ###" #'#" #III'#" their beautiful tea. That eur.
-- -------------- -- -- --
I wonder how of ston prise will add years to my life.
many my will take
place at 8 p.m.
I appreciate flowers while iITY
readers noticed a big ad In one of at Greater Bethel AJUE Church. I could see their beauty and a.
our local papers recently regarding I'll give you Just a hint-naturally smell their fragrance.

Mr. Jack Gordon, a mem. the it NAACP has something! to do with I am sure they cannot Imagine .Afd'g.sw "''-/'ftII.OX ."'-
ber of the Dade County Board of out for how much pleasure and happi
Public ,Instruction. Ire a d the handbills Ing the event and placards, and ,read advertts. ness that gesture brought tne. 1.7959 N.W, '22nd Ave. & 69th 5t
entire ad, which purports to bea column next week this Thanks again,
kind of petition, but when details. further Sincerely yours,
careful thought i la given this Rosa Lee Drady, R. N. WEDNESDAY ''< SATURDAY
amazing conglomeration of .
words in my opinion, It turns Salesman Wanted MONROE MUSIC HOUSE 3 BIG HITS IN COLOR
out to be nothing more nor less
than just another prejudiced And Church Furniture --- I
!mear upon the name of Mr. Tremendous, potential i Supply r' ROBUR THE CONQUEROR...M' rAl-

Gordon. weekly. Live leads furnished 820 N.W. 3rd Ave. ULOUS ADVENTUMl OF THE MAN WHOMSSTERiFTHE J

\\ ITCH HUNTS' 1 ftl VEIL7') ; No'canvassing.;tall Mr. ..... Phone FB 4-4OL ..... .. c N t UEI EDTN rr i ,J
This touched me'and 1"'a'ni1 Gilleiv, WI 5-4601 or YU a In sl e1.,.music1001CommentarIes ,, ,. a I
Ji dp l1 .
BI re.pflom' upjirmjf{ sOAlatel'$' In 3.2456 etwteri4 '" '. 7 :
trfe 1'J,4.ACPr; : ,perhaps more deeply p.m. ., -
1 than it might others who
happened to read It, because we I I
know all too well l the meaningof
"witch hunts" and smear a I
campaigns. To a witch hunter, if "A ACTION I
a person happens to have a
white sin and is active in organizations I
such as the NAACPor Sets The Pace For as
Core, that person is of coursea
:"nigger lover." If this appela John Wayne in Starts at 9:00
tlon is not enough to stop the
activities :of this person, then "THE COMANCHEROS" ammtiG' O isEacfc!
the next step Is to bring out Debbie (that
puch names as "fellow traveller." !
"Red sympathizer" and memberof CAPITOL Starts Thurs. Q i +/Rl twa "L w. P+"t"'i

Thos"subversive of us who organizations.are working" THEATRE NOV. 23 DEBBIE REYNOLDS

for human rights and democracy .

smears discount as the ravings these slurs and rant and I .,. --,_._._---- jlRL JUR8EIS'JOHM SijO
Ings of bigotry and prejudice, hgl
fed by ignorance and fear. But STARTS
why must these smears very of. RITZ ,/ 0 I
ten be accompanied toy strong SUNDAY
of for :
protestations concern TIIKATHK

God, country and their children? -_ .... mmmmA15BaStart
It seems almost incredible that ji -... ( _
such concern could be genuine, _
because the phrasing of
their published words are a contradiction .. _.4 eI 9 wdh Ik at 10)45
In themselves. Howcan .< '&dkr weddc>'c9 Il tf l
anyone be concerned about -
the welfare of their children the SUSAN HAYWARD JOHN GAVIN ; -
love of God and our country if t," ''Y y .'ANNHUR raaE BENT FOR LEATHER"Audio C
they are not concerned about .
their fellowman and human dignity : Murphy


My only: real concern la that I'hL4I "BLAST OF SILl XeJ "
some people may be taken in by SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY
such smear tactics. It takes a __
level head to withstand such I t Ew Ok -I.-I
propaganda, especially if the 1::: ';:;: $ ::;: '$ =:;;::: ;; :/=:;1r'1r = METROOOLOWYN MAYER
words our children, country, the 0 Kwuction E
we'fare of all, etc., are broughtin
with such persistence. But re. THE ALL NEW fAmbfnatlon
member this: we don't help the
education of our children whenwe
show ourselves to be Ignorantand GnemsBoopeBRI
fearful of the truth; we
haven't real concern for our HAMPTONMOUSE
community when we call named _
and smear people for an exped. ,
lent purpose; we can't with honor O JIN P 411U
call:! ourselves citizens of th "y
United States when we are try. B fNN tfON'Pi EN
In? to withold citizenship from
others; we can't call upon oth
era to preserve God when w i
have no real love for our fellov

humans, whether they are black, Social Center of the ,t4oulh'OUR film .hluW
white or yellow; we cannot pose -***11 "A tau .,. ...
.CLU B I wt rohtr '
as stalwart defenders of the AMERICAN" 1'IAN N.r.o.uvH! .wI mj n f
faith, our country and our child. XO DISCRIMINATION
rrn when our own hearts are
hurled deep in prejudice and NAPOLEON REED ,I': bar d ot ,; '
bigotry. In other words, in
America, we cannot ask other ProudJrPretleataSwinging : 'the truth'STARTS '
to be prejudiced and bigoted '
without being prejudiced our :- r (
selves. Affairs of 61 II II
American freedom la important WEDNESDAY
; our country is Important, .. ,
our people are important. But Smart and gamy- New Revue r,
this means all the people, not
just one section or one segment Featuring
who happens to think In a cer i A SEARCHING LOOK INTO ,. ,i' W
tain way. Our united strengthhas SONNY TILL '
been our bulwark In the t .'' THE INNERMOST DEPTHSOF a
past. It will be in the future If ,k DEOCA Recording Artist i, r
we stand firm on American principles -
of rreedom, understandin i E. LOIS FOREMAN A MAN'S DESIRES)
and quality. If these are ;, Hinging Serwatlon and .AND
undermined and weakened, our :
future cannot be secure. y DANNY RAYOn

DECEMBER 1 The Congo Drum ::

Keep the date of December 7 EVERY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY ',
open, as a very important occa- ,
how t line: lOittO p.m. and 12:W> turn.
American Krprw Card Act'pt
3-bedroom home, all
tiled features, fenced. 2227 COVER _

Forest St., also 5550 S.W. Beverage MinimumFor \

24th St., West Hollywood. Reservations, call Harold Kemp: NH 90011

Small down payment. Bal Dancing nitely. The MYRTLE JONES ORCH.

ance; no like qualifying.rent. No Call closingcost HI Lounge open(except Tuesday Monday thru*)Thursday ETht..r1:!! i

3-8412 3.1983 YU
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Ave. at 54th St.

NEVER' CLOSEDPrices Deluque Royal Buffet 2 Ibs.

Good thru/. November 18th, Welter's AC Store Only
Blackhawk 35 C HEN Feet tJ/ ,,6IOC
Sausage Turkeys JJ


29 LARD 1 15 Ib2O H HQ

I Have Your Turkey Cooked at Welter's- $1.50 .- I If

FRUIT CAKE 991 Tomato ,Paste fOr* 33c ,
Instant Coffee 990FOOD Apple Sauce 3 for 390

KING CUT300green HUNT'S-300
Beans: lOc Fruit Cocktail 190

IOe Peaches 250I

Tomato Juice 291 APPLES ,25*
1 I Visit Our New Jewelry
24 OZ-WITH $5.00 ORDER LB.
Wesson Oil 291 YAMS 70
: We Have All Name Brand BUNCH
TIDE 290 Watches .,. Collards 250FRESH
SHURFINE( 3 LBS. ....';-; )
Shortening 690 Also Costume Jewelry BUNCHTurnips
Re* drip pulverize
Cold Beer At All Times Open 24 Hours A Day

Coffee 59 ,. ; ,.- .''c':J "'.. "'.... ,. .... .'," We Cash/ Payroll Checks

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6896 N.W. 14th Are. Rev M. J. Fayson, pastor

Rev W. F. Savoy, pastor Mrs. Lee Cray, reporter

Sunday School . . 9:10 Sunday School . . 9:80
meta Morning service . . 11:00 Morning worship . ., 11:00
Evening service . 7:00 Evening worship . . 7:30

Wed. night study . . 8:16
Sunday NOT. 12, will be one
Youth Fellowship Friday 7 p.m.
I qf long remembrance.
We are deeply grateful to all I the day. with their theme intaind

fiRST BAPTIST CHURCHOpa THE who have helped to make our "Serve we must, Grow we
13th church anniversary celebration till. the women
Locka 1835 NW 54th St. Rev. Daniel a success. The banquet at with the splendid cooperation ot
ROT W. J. Macon, pastor (father Ellaha Clarke, Jr., vicar Prldgea, pastor the Holmes Elementary School their very fine guests made it a
Mrs. Sara E. McRae, Sec'y Ruth R. Lucas reporter was a memorable occasion, with Banner Day." Mrs. Ida Rat

Winter Schedule Sunday the Rev. Henry C. McDowell as cliff, principal of Browneville
Thanksgiving 'blessings' to
Choir No. 2 looked like a love. Low mass . . . .1:30: in you our guest speaker. All the junior High School brought us
all of the work of public ser-
'jly bunch of orchids Sunday on Church School, Bible Class 9:30: vice and to all church, civic, national events of the week were enjoy. 4 very timely message at the
Its anniversary as it marched Olemn Sung Mass . 10:46: and (local organizations able, and choir No. 2 of New morning worship, using as her
around the church in its look. Jr. EYC . . . 5 p.m. we and work together for as Providence Missionary Baptist subject, "Growth through Stew.
alike dresses of the choir's color fr. EYC ..... . . 6 p.m world ipray for all. Matthew Church was espclally helpful. to ardship." A unique program was
of orchid and white,. All wore olemn Evensong . 7:00: Temple peace Is organizing in a new us in our Sunday afternoon enjoyed by all for the evening
corsages. 'TUESDAY. choral worship. Our pastor, Rev. M. J.
conference for with the return of program.
Choirs from all over the city Fayson, the chairman Mrs. 0.
St. Vincent Acolyte Rehearsal pastor We are making a new be.
came to help celebrate and the The church is now preparing CJarnegay and the entire mem
I 6) ginning and plan to
president, Mrs. Lavada Harley p.m. measure up several Thanksgiving baskets, bershlp of St. Paul wish to taket
beamed with pride as each visit- WEDNESDAY- to all obligations required of us. and we are asking members to la method to thank each part.
Ijiow Mass . . . 6:30 I
ing choir sang,' their gospel in The missionary! departmentwill contribute food or a donation to cipant that appeared on the I r
song. TfHURSDAY- sponsor a program the fourth these baskets. It will ,be easieron program Sunday. Without your I 1
3t. Bernard's Choir Rehearsal Sunday in this month at 3 \ip.m. those preparing, if you bringIn support' we could not have at.
Financially, the day was a 4:46 p.m. featuring Mt. Calvary Baptist your contribution as soon as t lner the success that wo did. \.
success too, to the tune of ;
huge KRIDAY Church Missionary Depts. with possible, please. Don't forget the elicIt and shut
$506.12. This was choir's 8th an 4t. Cecelia's Choir Rehearsal two selections. The City Wide This is annual head tax time. ins and bring that friend to

niversary. President and pianist, 8 p.m. Union and friends are invited.Sis. when every member of tho Presbyterian church Sunday.CHRISTIAN.
Mrs. Virginia Tresvant was very Ruth R. Lucas, Pres. Church, U. S. A. is obligated
much surprised to receive tokensof We, the Episcopal Church to send in a small FELLOWSHIP
appreciation from members of of the Incarnation would
like MT. CALVARY BAPTIST. amount of money to General
the choir. to extend congratulationstp Assembly. We are asking every 220 N.W. 20th Street '

The next big affair will be Mrs. Lroy (Lenora) Smith Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor member to submit $1.69 to our Elder G. U. Fann, pastor

the Woman's Day on the fourth of St. Agnes, our sister church, Phyllis Myers, reporter church treasurer a* soon as posaible Sister Mary Browder, reporterWe

Sunday, under the leadership of an her recent promotion as secretary Sunday School . . 9:45: so that we can mall our invite you to come and
Mrs. Gloria Nelson and Miss of the Episcopal Churchwomen Morning service . . 11:00 total church tax collection to worship with us.

Elizabeth Richardson. We are of the Miami Deanery in BTU ..... ...... ...... . 5:30: general Assembly In early December Sunday School . . 10:00:
looking forward to a wonderfultime the Diocese of South Florida Evening service . . 7:00: Morning worship . 11:30
this: is the first time a Negro
This Sunday at 4 p.m. Mn
and hoping to see you has been elected to that: office. Our pastor has been out of will be guest speaker at
there, because you are always avoy I
town about two weeks. Rev. J.
welcome; at First Baptist The Episcopal Churchwomen H. Martin, our assistant pastor tie' at annual Kendall Recognition Youth Homes.Program SEE THE SOUTH'S

will have its Fall Ingathering of brought the message Sunday LEADING COLORED
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST t/ie/ UTO on Sunday at the 10:45 which was very inspiring. Our youth fellowship has been
:It.'m., Mass. All women are urgedtp invited to attend. At that same PSYCHIC READER
1571 N.W. 68th Terrace be present wearing white On Nov. 23 there will be a hour, the pastor will bd pro -CONSULT HERS -
Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor presses if possible and chapter fashion show at 8 p.m. You are gram speaker for the men's

Deacon Fred Williams, reporter rpsettes. invited. usher board of St. Agnes Episcopal S
Sunday School . .
Let us pray for the sick and Church. Church members and
There will be meeting of the
Morning worship . 11:00
visitors are Invited to come
Evening worship . . 7:30 Episcopal Churchwomen on Suit
day at 5:30 p.m. Our women of along either to Kendall or St.
On last Sunday Rev. Thomas tie church are urged to be EBENEZER METHODISTSunday Agnes. Let us support our after

delivered Report of' the Deanerynieetlng noon speakerschurch }
Taylor a spiritual mes- present School . . 9:30:
sage that was enjoyed by alt'' will be given Morning worship . 11:00
The Door
render Sunday the the Junior choir, will Miss Mary Ann Weefo, St. Evening worship . . 7:00 of Open I

music. hIlHp's: Church, Coral Gables Rev. Aaron D. Hall, Sr., pastorE. II (Congregational)

Rev. Thomas Rolle is ill at and secretary of Christian Education Ingram, reporterRev. Rev. H C. McDowell, pastor ,

home, 6925 NW 24th ave. Let of the Miami Deanery, Aaron D. Hall returnedlast A. E. McNeal, reporterThe .t her years of experience guide ,

us go over to see him today. will show slides of the Monks week from the Florida Annual Rededication program of .nd protect you throughout llfo
You and your friends are al ind, Nuns of the Episcopal !' Conference of the Method the Women's Fellowship was ap'a lighthouse guide the ships In

ways welcome to worship withus. qhurch at 7 p.m. The public is year as pastor of Ebenezer.He ton, xecutive secretary of the and love.
Invited Special Invitations are YWCA was the speaker Other DON'T STAY IN THE RUT. GET
ANTIOCH BAPTIST extended to our sister churches.The and his wife were showna members on program represent. OUT NOW. BY THE HELP OP

Member Canvas warm reception of Welcome ed alt departments of the church. QOD SHE CAN HELP YOU.
Rev J. W. Stepherson, pastor Every for the Home by the greeting of members fee sip on the church' lawn.
M. T. Copeland, reporter end Registration year on Sunday and during the After worship there was a cot Office Hours:
Nov. 19
Sunday School............. .... 0:45 will be started Sunday, past week. Rev Hall reported a Our intermediate Sunday 9 a.m. 9 p.m

BTU ......................................... 5:30 which is designed as Registration card and very successful conference year I School class was guest on The Thurs. 9 a.m. tt'I I,
Morning worship . 11:00 Day. A registration sent with Bishop Marquis L. Harris, I TV Sunday School of the Air. 7 p.m.

Evening worship . . 7:00 a to, canvas every member message so are that being the card presiding in the city of Ocala. channel 10. We congratulatethe DAILVSunday

Beginning a new conferenceyear teachers who worked so
filled out at
"Come worship with us on can be completely
Rev. Hall, officers and hard to make it a success. t
in a ,
Sunday, we wWl be glad to have home and deposited recep :
you." table at the door. Those who members are pledging to make The Souhteast Conference of 10 a.m. 8 p.m.READING .

Saturday, Nov. 18 the Junior find it inconvenient to bo at this year a bigger and better the Congregational Church will ""
department of the church will church on Sunday, mall it to the one, financially and spiritually. meet in West Palm Beach Fri.

sponsor a musical program. You Address as directed in the canvass Infant baptism and reception day The conference consists of 11.00 UP

will see and hear several groups letter. The task before us of members will be held Sunday. I churches from West Palm
of singers: National Golden 1 distribute 1962 envelopes Intime night class meeting will Beach to Key West. Those who
Stars, C. Lord C'c, Gospel Chorus that each one might start. Tuesday be led by the Golden Gleo will attend from the Open Door 23 Years Experience

of North Miami Beach and many New Year right with the Circle. The Youth of the churchare are Rev. and Mrs. McDowell,
others. If you fail to come out on weekly (presentation of his prom. extending a cordial welcome Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Wright, MADAMHUNTER
Saturday night you will miss a Ue to God: to this, we seek the to the public and members to Miss Nellie Moore and Miss
treat. ]loyalty and cooperation of each attend their Season's Tea, Sun Marie Roberts.

ope. day, Nov. 19 from 4 to d p.m. The Holmes. Elementary taco 1657 N.W. 73rd ST.
Sunday at 3 p.m. the Sunday ulty worshipped with us cllmax-
C. Blatch !II chairmanof MIAMI, fLA.Don't .
School will sponsor a pre-Thanksgiving Arthur Let us not forget the sick and lag American Education Week.
program. The speaker for the Every Member shut-Ins. Sister Ester Johnson, All are welcome to regular 11 WIte-eaU In Person

the occasion will be Johnnie Ste. Josephine Cartwrlght, Alice o'clock morning services.
phenson. TRIUMPH CHURCHPrince Curtis and Bro. Archie Offord. I '

C. Mobl y, pastor J ackson Memorial Hospital: ;
Call TU 8.2234 for your din- McKinney, reporter Bro. Fred Pagter, Veterans Hospital .
ner on Saturday. Dinners are :;Is. C. Wisdom . 10:00: : Sister Janie Taylor, 1725
sold and School of : Central Life Insurance Co. of Florida
by Boswell Roberts Y. P. E. Band . . JjJJ NW 4th court. Sister Romilda
members of choir No. 1. Evening worship . ..... Dames, 1737 NW 5th ave., and
Choir No. 1 will celebrate its Sister Iiabell Hopkins, 371 NW ANNOUNCES
28th anniversary Nov. 26. There Monday night you are Invitedto 16th St., apt. 10.
at the church.FRIENDSHIP A wonderful program is New Combination Hospital ''

planned for your enjoyment
M. BAPTISTRev. Don't forget to hear the
Church on radio station SPIRITUALAND -,
W. E. Sims! pastor Sunday morning at 8:45 PSYCHIC READER And Home Policy
Sis. Ruby Lee Carr, reporter i
Sunday School . . 9:30 to 9 o'clock.This at 3 o'clock there BISHOP HUNTER
Sunday Hospital Benefits to $15 day
Morning worship 11:00 program at the up per
Evening worship 7:00 ll a If yon are sick or worried, don't

nTU 15:30 church. fall to lee me today. Office hours Home Benefits up to $20 per week

Choir No. 2 will be celebrating Bright Morning Star dolly 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Thursday

its anniversary Friday, Nor. ) 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Sunday 11 .m.
and Terra
24 at 8 p.m. Various choirs 360 NW 14th e to 3 p.m.
Singing of the city will
groups Smith, pastor
appear on the program. A mod ,
cordial invitation is extended to Our church will celebrate Its READINGS
public at this time, I first anniversary $1.00
member you are always/ welcomeat 20 through Nov. 24, services beginning .
our church services. : at 8 p.m. Our spirits are up ,t
sea each night Is being sponsored '
and Branches Statewide
NEW HOPE P.B. CHURCH by an auxiliary and several 5417 BW 17 Bt Agents : t
and choirs are
Rev. H. C. Samuels pas*,. expected to worship with us. Contact one of our Agent or Branch Offices 1

Mrs. Evelyn Granger, reporter puhl lc !. cordially Invited
Sunday School __........- *- 1:30 out and enjoy this fellowship FLA. PROP. IfUNTEIt Statewide for Additional Information :
to come ;,
Morning service ?____ 11:00 where you are always "DJ,;
BTU 5:3.0: ""'f
.. __-
Evening worship _....... 1:30 welcome. '1


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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA B. Rock. She will lie in reposeIn Willie Bush Jr., of 14680
her home from 1 p.m. Sunday. Pierce St., Richmond Heights,
died Nov. 11 at the VA Hospital.He .
\ Willie Leslie Smith of 2991 is ..survived by his wife, Es- .
NW 43rd Terr., died Nov. 11. tella, a. daughter, Barbara, his '.
JU Hie survivors are wife, Mrs. Liz mother, Mra. Rosa Bell Bush;
I tie Smith; two daughters and. three sisters, Mesdames Bertha
CARDSMEMORIAL5. House of Albert other relatives. Services were Sharpe, Lettie Gaines and Ro.
held in the chapel'Friday at 4 bertha Moore and a brother, .
"JOrl1B"' _, ..,',,'. ..... ,
.n"' ''''''' "'' m':/' -.:;<'"'':: p.m., Rev P. W. Williams of. Charles Bush Services were, con. t, ,,'
THANKS ... ;;., .;:.;:. .. "' ficiated. :' ,. ducted Thursday in the Church .
I CARD OF Expression o \.f ..,. of God .of Prophecy. Final rites :
.. .:. Mrs. Willie Ester: '"Mae" Ar. will be conducted Sunday ,at 2
'I The family of the late GratitudeThe Ai' ." .'. II. ine of 10130 W. Fern St., Per. p.m. in Jupiter,. Fa.:

_..W? 'to family\ of the later ,. ...... .. .' .'. -...... rlne, died Nov. 10. She leaves
.. '?. Z!" : i'f'.." -, 'I" .m.'j.' p.. '. ..". her husband, Farnell ,Arlene, Roscoe Phillips of 6945 NW
i ;i,,; i "' : ; '. father, Morris E. Bass, a sister, 20th ave., died Nov. '11. .Mr.
7"1 : Mrs. Ethel Thornton of Trenton Phillips came to Miami 36 years
.. ;;; :\ < !If' N. J. Services were Conducted igo from Vidalia, Ga. He is sur.
Thursday at 11 a.m.. at Hurst vlved by his wife, Mrs. Josephine
Chapel AME Church.Richardson Phillips, three sons, Ray
da w rL mond, Carroll and Ery'e; four
daughters, Gloria, Betty Jean,
I : Patrice' and Stephanie, his pa.
: rents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton
d' .... ..\ --
1 ."," '..- .,.. PlV4lIpsr; brothers and a
.: ; ; ,' Kterafflpvlcea will be held Satlirday -
.j { t tl.
: + l'1t' Tat. 1 p.m. in St. James
AMA," Lurch with Revs Ji..B.Bla'ckheJl .
: ;(\ I 4 officiating :Mr;' Phil-
_: "a u Ups| is now in repose in the


k)4 { Little Stephanie Simmons of
; 6516 NW 13th ct.. died Nov. 12

J Thomas Miller, popularly at Variety -hidren's! lloo ttal.
: '.nown as "Uncle Tom", having She is survived by her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Simmons
t operated restaurants on NW ,
2nd ave. for many years at onetime % brother, EHis, and her grand

-, ,..,..,.,-.<. "", -",.,-..", <- "-'" in .the Harlem Square, .died xirenta. Services will be con
4 in Provident Hospital Ft. Lauderdale ducted in the chapel Saturday
EILEEN EMMA BUTLER- Nov. 12. He resided at it 10 a.m. with the Rev. R. H.
CALDWELL I MRS. EMMA' BtJLLARD HICKS 2373 NW 51st St. with his Brown officiating. Little: Steph
takes this method of saying formerly of Miami, who passed "vldow, Daisy. Other survivorsire anie is now in repose In the
"thank you" to all who were jgo away on November 4, 1961 In two sisters, Mesdames Marie chapel.
kind and sympathetic to them In Matawan New Jersey, wish to Mack and Lula Harris, two
their bereavement. thank their many friends for a'eees' two nephews and a foster Howard Miller of 1865 NW
Words are inadequate to put their kind gestures of sympathy ion, Ralph; McBride Services 74th. Terr., died Nov. 13. He is
in expressing their profound endered them during their hour were conducted Thursday at 2 survived by a son, Major, a stepson
gratitude to each and everyone of bereavement. p.m. at Bethany SDA Church. Clifford Lee and a step
who tried in some small way to We. wish to thank the Rev.r. daughter, Mrs. Minnie Ware.

lighten their burden. C. Kelly Jr., of the St. Paul Mrs. Mary Lee Mitchell of I Funeral services for Mrs. He was sent to Quitman, Ga.
thanks to the doctors, VME 'Church and Father Theodore
Special 22360 SW 112th ave., died Nov. C'ementine Sheppard Summers of for final, rites.
nurses and all attendants at Mt.' R. Gibson of Christ Epis. 10. Her survivors include husband 680 NW 15th St., apt 300 will
Sinai Hospital and the Jackson copal Church and the members John be held Delane Jordan White ot
; seven children; her Monday, Nov. 20, at !Mrs.
Memorial Hospital of the entire community for mother, two sisters, a brother, Ebenezer Methodist Church, 3:30, 1143 NW 6th court, died Nov.
To doctors Boles, Lozman, helping us to share! our loss. four grandchildren and two p.m. Surviving are her husband, 14.. She was a native of Rich-
Ferguson and Rosen go specla.l'thanks. May God's richest blessing be uncles. Services will be held Saturday Cleve Summers, mother and father land, N.C. and lived here for five

i /ours. at 1 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Mr. and Mrs. Abe Sheppard, veara. The body was sent to
To the neighbors and friendsof Robert Hicks, husband Baptist Church, Perrine. She and slater, Carolyn Sheppard Kinston, N.C. for final rites.
Miami, Coconut Grove, BimU Mary and Emma Robin, will be on view in the chapel Mrs. Minnie Lewis, aunt.
ni, New York and Nassau go daughtersSix 10 a.m. Friday.
heartfelt thanks. sisters
To Canon Charles F. Cooper, Mary Lee Range. Francis .

choir and members of St. Peters' Ethel Phillips. _. ,,.
African Orthodox Cathedral. Eunice Glle John JJurney of 1355 NW 70th Mrs. Willow D. Allen of 5940

To the Davis Prlntery for service ,Myrtle Albury St., wan Interred in Lincoln Me. NW 23rd ave., died Nov. 14. The
rendered; to the M. S. Allen Eloise Morris rx mortal Cemetery Monday. Mr body will be shipped to Tocato,
Funeral ''Home for their Three brothers Burney. was a native of Talla.1I88ee Ala. for final rites. Survivor
moat competent and efficient service William, Thomas and Mr and lived In Miami for 40 are lour daughters Mrs. Betty
; to Madge' Kelly for special Joshua Bullard e/'t: ).t>'ar Service were conductedIn Stroud, Mrs. Lottie Mae Isom
attention in helping to lightenthe Mr. and Mrs. Joshua the chapel with Rev Brantley Mra. Dorothy Harris and Miss
burden;' to the Elks Family Bullard father and mother officiating. He is survived by; Virginia Morton, seven tons, Including .
who went beyond the call of duty four sisters, Mesdames Elnora Oscar Morton, Wm. Allen
to rehder' untiring service; to the MEMORIAM j Davis, Elizabeth Perry, Matilda Jr., Robert Lew Allen Raymond
florists for their wonderful __ Rochard and Georgie Ann Mil Allen, Otis Allen, Samuel
floral'pieces; to the nurses and In loving memory of the late tnn and two brothers, Jim and Allen and Henry Howard Allen,
housekeepers department of the -.--- .----- A'gred Burney. four, sisters, five brothers.

Veterans' Administration Hospital .
where she worked for 17 Willie Cobbs of 11825 SW
,James Turner of 6517 S. Mich. 22nd St., Goulds, died Nov. 14.
heartfelt thanks for
years, our
an ave!,,. was, a victim of
the many cards, telegrams, gifts, I,.), an ac. The body will b& shipped to
: Hdontnl drowning. Mr. Turner Black Shield, Ga. for final rites
flowers_, calls, visits, etc. '
{ H survived by his parents, Mr. on Friday, Nov 17. Survivors
To the'many friends who do- { and Mrs. Arthur 'Turner of Chi. include
;;" EFfrEFfr his wife, Marie, a broth
nated services, thanks. We would t :
rago. The body was sent to Chi. er. Benjamin; three sisters, Mrs.
also like to thank the American ,'. e raro for final rite. Elizabeth Pugh, Mrs. Amle Simon
Heroines of
Woodmen and the s I and Mrs. Sadie Jefferson
Jericho for service rendered. : of
Vera A. Wilson, sister '_ ----j Robert Ferguson 4801 NW
Reginald Johnson brother '5th court, died" Nov. 9th. He IPurvived Baby Girl Bryant of 1620 NW
---'--'- -" ---' ''- "' Itt ave. was stillborn Nov.
: by two Misters Mcs- on 13.
And other relativestoo
numerous many to mention Mrs. Vernel Till man who resided lames Mildred Tyler and Rosa Services held Nov. 17. Survivorsire
at 6340 NW 23rd ave., died T.ee Benton, a brother, Freddie her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
::1\\ Nov. 12. Services were conduct. nnd a daughter, Darlene. SerVices Tom Bryant.
IN MEMORIAM __ I prt Friday at 2 p.m. at New Mt. were conducted in the
Morlah Baptist Church, Rev. A. chapel this past Wednesday

In sad but loving memory of L. Shipp, pastor Her survivorsre
b jr a son and daughter-in-law,
our dear mother, grandmother, Mra. Willie Mae $395 DOWN
Mr; and Mrs Willie Tillman. Willis of $72 MO.
great grandmother, Mixatowny Pa., and formerly of
__ this city ,died 'Nov. 10 in Maxa.'owns 3 bedroom CBS with porch
Iq F Local rites will be con. Newly painted in and out.
\ I I ducted Monday at 2 p.m. in the
I MlIs ___.,e5I.,_' 17 ".../.. M i "hapel. She is survived by' her Rear NW 49th St. Terrific

\ .. MR. CHARLES BENEBY husband Harry, a son, Harry : buy at $8,950 total. See to-
( + husband and lather, who departed I Lee, and a brother, Bennie Lee day e

I thl life two years. ago, Mobley.funeral homeafter Friends may call' at the -, iC ., ,., JE-_. .
p.m. Sun.
I November: 20, 1959
Two years ago today 'dear Tr A day. $290 DOWN $79 MO.
q' hl bd xy Ja The Master called your name
With outreached hands He 'Mrs. Ora Sheffield of 1311 NW 2 bedrooms with jalousied
beckonedFor R6th St., died Nov.. 10. Mrs.
a i.MY. i.r i. Sheffield came to Miami more porch furnished near NW
r \ you to come on home.. than 17 years ago from Alaba 17th Ave. and 50th St. Call

I Yoq answered Him lu stillness ma. She is survived by her bus. for appointment.

\a lie took you In His arm band, ReT Arnold Sheffield, ... ---- .- ---- .....
\nd laid head His two step daughters, Mrs. Fannie
i 'i __ __ n .. 'breast your upon MoCray and Carlton Sheffield; $490 DOWN $75 MO.
and three step sons, Leroy, Ar
\nd to eternal
MRS. ALLEAN LOWERY gave you nold and C. J. Sheffield. Services 2 bedrooms nicely furnished
I who departed this life November were
Our hearts left conducted Friday In near NW 71st
14, 1954 were so weary St. James AME Church. Final St. and
life and last And our eyes were filled with rites 17th Ave.
As long as memory will be conducted Sunday Beautifully

We ,will remember you V,? our tears grief atrlckened bodies In Wadley, Oa. landscaped. A must see.
Your loving smile, your gentle
Stood all that we could bear.

No one face can fill your vacant place. ". Mrs. Julia M. Johnson of 5420 We arrange financing also
We felt life not worth living SW Oth st., West
The Lowery Family 't Hollywood
After losing one so dear Mrs Charlotte Gibson, pioneerMiamian died Nov. 10 at the home of her, TRIO REALTY
Jut then God sweetly whispered i died In the home of daughter She Is survived by
I will your burdens bear. her daughter, Mrs. LucWle Pink. four daughters .
Mary, Louise
ney with whom she lived at 2225 Flora and Thelma Johnson four, 801 N.W. 54th St.

TOOTHACHE So now we look to Jesus NW 64th St., Nov. 11. She It son, Sam Henry, Jack and; WH- PL 9-8372 PL
Deal suffer rt.dlwly." Ct speedy r*> For strength to carryon survived by two other daughters lam Farrington; 11 grandchild, 9-5455

J WttII f 11'01II"a uM oRW' fL win fain of toothache."-.. For< we by his own goodness Marie Hlggs and Ruth Gibson rent 8 great grandchildren, two NE 5-8745
0 I'MI IH .. He'll keep us brave and strong. a son, Floyd Gibson, two broth. sisters and two brothers. Service
I .K m....,ta*.Ail drug stores.M. .ii'NTi. Sadly missed by: era; 10 grands and three great. will be conducted Saturday
Mrs. Hortense Beneby wife grandchildren. Services will be at 4'p.m. in Central Baptist
f; L Lucflde! Beneby, daughter conducted Monday at 2 p.m. at Church of West Hollywood with

.. Cornelius Allen, step eon Bethany SDA Church, Elder C. j I the Rev. Clark officiating. Drive Carefully
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ClassifiedFOR SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 19661 PAGE,13 "

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FURNISHED APTS. ,All utilities ,
ti4:1 y ,., furnished. $12.50per week. 620
,f uF r< 'y NW 8th St:, Caretaker In apt. 1
TWO HOUSES completely furnished k'.r ttitiy
} ,, private home, one 'loca k o
tion oil"88th flu For information t
ott each fcpplx at 1867 NW 68th

St. t I I h a, tI
i t ,: w
t. rt MODERN .furbished efficiency. @ :8 u "f i
Conveniently J Wcated, Near bus !
and shopping centers. Ideal for I2.b- 4
. single working woman OX
6-0684, r

d. "" ..." t., f ,. 'j I i:,
r j j s"t ::!roo1kpJtii ; I 1. '\

; '.p ,>::, ito "i Ii'

water "furnlahM. $tO weekly.. +
569 NW 8th St. FR 7-2302. fw y,1 I{ ,p Fr


Kitchen privilege, quiet person
preferred Call NE 4-0196. Harrla. I.:,


weekly, Call E. Picard Rental
Agency, FR 72902.

l4nit t Tomorrow, and Sunday FURNISHED 2 bedroom. house Big Maybelle

November 17.18.19 727 NW 64th St. PL 8.0792.E. ;;

Rental Agency Sensational Vocalist and Show Stopper ,
WINI BROWN Rental collections: property .
Management real estate
1226 N.W. 3rd Ave., FR 7-200J
Nile club singer who Appeared 6n Steve AU n'. Show, I 2 BEDROOM APT. Large rooms
sang with Lionel t Hampton's Band and fecordtd for RCA stove refrigerator, a beaUtifuiapartment.

Victor, Mercury, Mecca, Columbia and others. 4190 NW 32nd ave. November 24 25 26
( ROOMS and bath. Duplex
ADMISSION and Water k furnished. $12.SO week, '
: Friday Sunday $1.25 Returned by Popular 'Demand :"
ty. Call E. Picard Rental Agency, .' ,'
Saturday $1.50 FR 72902. You can't afford to mill her

_. _._ _. _._.
-- --- -- -- ----- --
---- -
FURNISHED 1 bedroom apart 1-
Anniversary Sunday n,. ment, large rooms stove, re .. "tlS& Personal Mention
frigerator, 4190 NW 32nd Ave.I
For Sale by Owner Come Today
The Christian Aid Bible Class Mrs. Evelyn Floyd and Miss
APARTMENT. One bedroom. $15
of Liberty City Is sponsoring its GORGEOUS HOME 4190 NW 32nd ave. Open 1-5 Carolyn Eady spent an enjoyable
21st anniversary Sunday, Nov. :last weekend in Fort Myers visiting
in!! at Metropolitan AME Spacious Fla. room, hard- ROOMS. $8 and up. Quiet and 1399 NW Slat STREET friends. They were the
Church, NW 69th St., near 18th wood floors, tile roof, Sea- well kept. 1009, NW 2nd Ave. house guests of Clifford Hender
ave. Rev. Williams, pastor.We view awnings, double car- Call FR 9.4869 or OX 1-5343. j.Buy now and*get homestead son and: family.

Invite' your presence to porte, brick barbecue. Many 2.1,, exemption 2 bedrooms I
he p us celebrate. A very unique fruit trees. See to appreciate bedroom apartment., $11. 3200 Fla. room,' large Notice of Meeting .
program has been
planned for
"mir enjoyment. Mrs. M. E. day or evening. FHA NW 47th St. j f fenced yard, barbecue. The members of the Miami.'. ',or
St yens, organizer and founder. terms. $400 down, $75 a
Mrs I SMALL OR I1AROE store suitable Completely furnished. Movein Tuakegee Club are reminded to'
Geraldine Burne, financial month. for light manufacturing. be present at our regular meet. \y
secretary Rev Adam Kelly, 7764 N.W. 10th AvenueOF 6932 NW 17th Ave. Reasonable today Low down pay-' ing on Saturday, Nov. 18 at ft
minister. "
rent. FR 42228. ment. p.m. to be held at the home of, :'
PHONE PL 4.9260
BROKER Rev and Mrs I. C. Mlcklnit 4 -
J. R. Kraler LOOKING FOR a furnishedroom FINK 6814 NW 18th ave. Business of '-
in FR 9.2647 vital Importance is to be discus .
with cooking privileges
Help Wanted
clean quiet place? Call OX I sed and we need everyone of you.J. .
1-4864.<< Carle Capers, president

CITY Competitive OF\ MIAMI Exams CIVIL for:SERVICE Open & Come See It NICE 2236 2 NW BEDROOM 60th St. TU front 84296.duplex. HOUSES FOR SALE a-RESTAURANTFor

week.POLICEMAN Age: :2129.$361,High 40 School hour I 1791 NW 53rd STREET I I FURNISHED ROOM, hot and 3-Bedroom House sale, rent or least
oold water. TV, telephone. PL
certificate.graduation or bona fide G. E. D. Reduced. Must sell 2 bed 7-3247.<< Clara. $500 down $80 month Fully Equipped I

weight:, 5 Minimum ft. 9 in., height 145,. Joe.and, rooms. kitchen furnished, HOUSE 2 bedrooms near 2386 NW 63rd St. A sale bargain and

maximum UncorrectEd 20)20 ft): 3 vision.in. 220 Able Ibs. lovely Fla. room, low _down Grand Way and buses 1270 NW Very good house on large Centrally Reasonable located rent on busy

to swim minimum. 100 yards. payment. 55th St. lot with extra building in avenue. Was successfully
Have or qualify for Florida that be used
rear can as
business. Previous
driver's license. Only J3 S. dtUzpn ; FINK BROKER going
FOR SALE fourth bedroom This
apply before November 27, prop owner closed only because
3318 Pan-American. Drive, Dinner FR 9-2647 erty is suitable for a large of health.
Key. Veterans FIRST CLASS furnished 2 bed. and has good value t' ,0
bring photo f family, :
stat of discharge. I room CB g. Mastwroom. Tile Call FR 3.9368 :N. .
roof fruit trees and second lot. and ,is, priced right at only '
5-6949, $8,900. Move right in. Open 943 NW 2nd Ave.
., ....... Owner,
Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m.
DUPLEX for. sale, good income,
no qualifying deal! with owner. .
HERBIE BROCK 1457 NW 42nd St. PL 84862. I .,
2 bedroom CBS
t\rt THREE LOTS with wooden 1947 NW 41st St. FOR SALE
Introduces houes. Mitchell Cooper 3614
23rd Ave., Hollywood Fla. WA Open Sunday 15 p.m. FULL PRICE $7,500.
25456. $75 per month with low Nicely landscaped 2 bedroom

JAZZ at the SQUAREHistory LOT In Airport Garden, west of down payment, partly fur. home, well kept,
nished. This is good
Miami Springs. Enquire 1238 a very close in, FHA commitment.
NW 68th Terrace home in a real. nice neigh Monthly payments $64.56;'

( of American Jazz) borhood. City water and FRANK J. WEAD, Broker
2 bath,
side front
walks jalousied
12960 NW 27th Ave.
Featuring front porch large Fla room, 1.
\' ear garage, furnished with 1 porch, large lot. Opa Locka
CONGO BONGO bedroom apt. attached, corner Large lot in Lincoln, City Phone MU 1-3302
lot 50 x 100, 1300 NW 43rd 81. $1,250

KING DANNY RAY Open except by Sunday appointment afternoon, NE 6-4505 2:30 eWe ,', '41.. .' ,

5:30. NU
e- can finance your auto.
mobile liability Insuranceon F Why Mothers Use


AND APARTMENT LOTS font want to take chances whh
Tickets on Sale at !strong .......*.That's why for vn
For plan, specification and Estate & Insurance (0 .mothers have relied en v.|oubWw .
"BABY EASE. Made *>
Harlem Square Ballroom prices call Brennan Construction 2688 NW 62nd St. McUUy mild and geoll for taunt
Corp., YU 3-2456 entitivt stomachs. Yo* can rely;es
FR 3-3488 OX this pl aMot UUlng comfort when
2nd Avenue -
1000 NW or WI ft-4601. guar child Modi a laxatlve*AA 1,0'41

1 l_...... _. .__ ._ -, draUt! fu "BABY EASE.;

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W. JOHNSONThe The faculty and student body
wish to express their thanks to
$__ I- PTA of :J, W. Johnson those who participated on Its
had its annual tagday program American Education Week pro.
r Sunday, at the New Mt. Zion gram. A number of parents en
; Baptist Church of Hialeah. Moses joyed dinner with their childrenon
Perry, executive secretary of the Wednesday.
Carver Branch YMCA was the :J. II. Reddick, reporter
speaker for the program, his
topic was: "Looking at The
Child From Three Dimensions." Don't be a Freeloader!

I :- The program was well .plan. Support the Fight for

ned and carried out by the
:4' president :J. R. Bowens, Mrs. E. Freedom
G. Primus, principal and other Join Your NAACP
officers of the PTA.
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. Liberty City Elementary O-bserves"--- w

National Children's Book WeekAs
la. customary at Liberty program, which also Includesthe :: ,; .
Elementary School, the presentation of a play, "On "
City The Shelf" by Thomas' Players
school's librarian, Mrs. Elizabeth J
Atkinson (left, back) (launchesher -photo by Adams.G. :;,t ,
weekly program with a "Get r. ? ,
Better Acquainted" period for W. CARVER HIGH
the children. Pictured are mem
American Education Week was
bers of the Resource Class and observed all over the United
Its teacher, Denis R. Thomas, States last week. Here at G. W.
while In the process of brows- Carver the regular meeting of Robert King
Ing In the library. the PTA was held in observanceof

Since the Inception of Ohlld.ren's this week on Nov. 6, at 8
which !la p.m. in the school's auditorium. A
Book Week, spon. _
sored yearly by the Children's panorama entitled, "A View of
Book Council, New York, the the Subject Areas at G. W. Car
school has observed the week ver," was presented. Subject
with an activity for every day. areas presented along with demonstrations .
Hence, some of the activities were: Science,
planned by MM. Atkinson this mathematics, physical education,
year Include the following: 'anguage arts, art and social'
"The Meaning of studies. The Junior chorus, sen-
Monday Children's Book Week"by tor chorus and band furnished
National music for the occasion. Mrs. De-
Deborah Everette.
Tuesday "Books That I tores Turner introduced the
Cummings, panorama: and Wilford Bailey
Have Read" by Ray
David Wyche, and Diane Thomas. presided.

'Wednesday "The Types of Manatee Bannerman gave
Books That I Have Read" by timely remarks regarding Amerl-
Don Horne. I l IT*! 'an Education Week. After a
Thureday "Let's Talk About short business session Roy Bent-
'ey, president, introduced Mrs. +
Books and How They Help Us"by + r7 ;
Retha Sally Brenda Rozler Elizabeth Vlrrlck, chairman of
and Annette Williams the Slum Clearance Committee
\nd her guests. Mrs. Vlrrlck
Hints on
Friday -
for her friends
gave greetings
Treat Books" by
How Hinton to Barry Brown and end complimented the pupils for ,

Francis Tingle. such The meeting an Informative adjourned program.with ,. R'?+a, n

On Friday, the culminating activities irayers to return again next 1
for the week Include the month. *
awarding of prizes (Newberry The members and friends of pA )
Medals) for the best posters, the PTA Join with the staff In ;
themes, poems, and drawings mourning the loss of a faithful
depicting some facet of library and devoted teacher, Agatha
study or interest. And as two '::ole. Sympathy Is also extendedto
special treats, Mrs. Glendena the Gibson family in the loss ? 42):4: tt1
Edwards, curriculum assistant, )f Bernice Gibson, to the Bui.
will: read the story: "Anatole"to lard and Phillips families in the
the students. Awards. for the recent death of Emma :J. Bui-
best student presentations will lard Hicks.
be presented at the cafetorlum Get well wishes are extendedto
Mrs. Mayme :Jordan Hurry
and get well. i ir

BroadwayExtravaganza Roy Bentley, presidentHarvest -I Il Iw

Nov. 30 Friendship Garden and
B. T. WASHINGTON Civic Club cordially Invites you
to attend a Harvest Sip on Sun
AUDITORIUM .day, Nov. 19 at the home of Mrs.
Lucille Reed, 6890 NW 13th

.. ave., Miami. N17I
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265 N.W. 5th Street FR 3.1675 He has porven by action that he is considerate of our

I, ENROLL NOW FOR community problems He has demonstrated his
in that there be dual set of
interest seeing' can no
48th Physician's Assistant Class

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1895 N.W. 95th Street, Miami 47 Florida



Applications for Spring Semester, 1962, are now being *

accepted. Students who apply after December 4,

1961, will be limited in the courses they may select.

For application blanks and catalog, write or come to

J the Admissions Office, Dade County. Junior College, Pd. rot Adr.
1895 N.W. 95th St. Dl
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TH'MIAMI TIMES_ am looking forward to hav
., a happy life with my new See it today This beautiful home'
said James Moss. He will

........ .. .. 98 on January 12. His bride, Look What $74 A MONTI Buys
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,: Taylor to 75. They were 1-2 bedroom modern CBS home large lot
I I I'::' IN. AROUND THE trek on to Oct.the 20.altar.This Mr.is Moss his 2-Large utility room suitable for 3rd bedroom

. ,_ ........ .. I 1. .. .--......... not father know of how 33 children and 3-FHA approved to a qualified buyer plus small
" l'' ---- ----- many grand down payment.
and. great-granda he hue.
.: I." : The Rt. Rev. Donald R. is a native of Long Island, 2947 NW 69th Terrace
1: ; Knowles, bishop of Antigua, arrived
1: has lived in Nassau the past
,:;.\J' )' tend the In Nassau Anglican on Diocesan Nov. 4 to cen at. young Hanna."I years. FENSTER REALTY" PL 9-0511

tenary celebrations which beganat $5,600 1260 N.W. 62nd STREET
Christ Church Cathedral on When "Buy With Confidence"
Sunday Nov. 5. Bishop Knowlea pected Extravaganza
is a former rector of St. Mat. ment
thew'fe' Parish, Nassau and Is BroadwayNov.

the first Bahamian prelate of 30
Anglican Church.
the two-
Smith T. WASHINGTON Brand New Homes'Save Money!

American teachers are being ting AUDITORIUM Deal Directly With The Owner Big Discount!
invited to apply for teaching
poets in colonial schools for the Frank ; No Real Estate Salesmen. No Commissions to Pay

school year 196364, the Direc. YOU MAKE THE TERMS YEAR END SALE

tor of Education has announced. Owner at 1430 N.W. 59th Street
Provision is being made for the NEW CUSTOM BUILT HOMES,
attachment of American teach. Open Sunday 2-5 p.m.

ers for a period of one year, but 3044 NW 58TH' STREET 1232 NW 55th Street 2161 NW 59th Street

I under time may some be circumstances etended, providing the 3 bedroom, colored tile bath, kitchen furnished, 1318 ,NW 72nd Street

1 the American teacher succeeds in cathedral ceiling, tile roof. Will take your old home in trade
obtaining an extra year's leave.
Use down
property as a payment
There are other stipulations in 2 duplex, 2 bedrooms, each side your
the contract.Mrs. Cash paid for your vacant
3386 3392 NW 50th STREET CALL BARON JE 8.1340.- 2-4343

Caroline Smith, 68, wid. Almost new all rented good Income.
ow of the late Ernest E. Smithof

Georgetown, Exuma, died at ", 2-5 unit buildings, furnished
the Princess Margaret Hospitalon
Nov. 3. Her survivors are 3141 3153 NW 53rd STREET

three sons, Holland,. Ambroseand ;', Almost New
Samuel; four daughters, Work In New YorkMaids

Mrs. De'ores Stirrup, Mrs. Lu. Open Call, MO 1.1735 or UN 68098
cllle Bain, Mrs. Rosalee Dlliet .
s and Nurse Effie Sawyer; threes -..; and Mother's Helpers, Cooks
sisters, Mrs. B. W. Gibson, Mrs. ,
Blanche Bain of Miami and Mrs. Will trade for vacant lots or make offers
Patience Clark: two brothers, Housekeepers,
Frederick and Willard.
Mrs. Helen Deveaux celebratedher
100th birthday on Nov. 2. Excellent Live-in Positions Year Round
Deveaux St. was named after her
35 years ago. She was the motherof
four sons and a daughter.Just Private Homes
two of her children are .1
living. She has five grandchild: ANTEDLEVER TOP SALARIES
ren, 21 great grands, and two '
children. She /
great great grand
walks without a walking stick, All Jobs GuaranteedFree
and has no use for spectacles.'
She was born on Blue Hill Rd. Medical!

"Harvey Lancelot Smith has NO DEPOSIT!
been appointed Deputy Director
of the Telecommunications De. NO REGISTRATION!
partment. He has been with the TRANSPORTATION ADVANCED I
depatrment for 23 years, and
succeeds E. J. Knowles who was DROP IN-PHONE OR WRITE. NO RED TAPE
recently promoted to its directorship.
Mr. Smith was a Board
of Education teacher. In 1947 icr icrc
he went to the United Kingdomand WORLDWIDEEMPLOYMENT
took 21 months' training.

Three privates o the Royal
Hampshire Regiment were ac AGENCY
quitted of causing greveus harm
and of a lesser charge of caus 1307 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 3-5755
ing harm by a Supreme Court
Jury on Nov. 1. The case grew
out of an incident at the South. -
side Club when one of the sol. c ,
diers struck Mark Antonio in a
fight. A "free for-al1" seemed to _
have developed, and Antonio got _
out of it with a broken jaw. All HOMES FOR SALE
of the winesfies gave a different

Harry Belafonte singing star NO DOWN PAYMENT
and actor, was a recent visitor
to Nassau. He spent a week en. F- ::" $w -Tv-----

Joying,places the of beautiful interest. sceneriesand r ....--.............

Charles E. Ai bur)', chairmanof
the Bahamas Branch of the 2 & 3 Bedroom Homes
British Legion since it was organized LEVER 13-A
In 1946 resigned last I "
In Liberty City
month. He is being trained for
the duties of Out Island Commls. Milo ''F.I Mke"Mitvasky
sioner. Mr. Albury served as
cerk: in the Magistrate's Court
shortly after he returned from
65.00 Per month &
active service in World War II. up

Director of Education T. P.
Llghtbody told the Chamber of
Comerce on Oct. 25, that It
would take .$8,400,000 over a Become the owner of your own home, for less
period of five years to bring tie. For

colony's educational system up to money than you now pay rent.
date. Mr. Llghtbody made an extensive
City Commission Group 4
report at a meeting at the

A former City of Miami Attorney, he is familiar

with Clarence hOuse breaking Hepburn and charged stealing with the conditions and needs of all Negro areas in Reliable People With Steady IncomesDO

Grand 16 sacks Bahama of cement, on at May West 2, End was, the city. He has the KNOW HOW to help you. ,....:..-.............. .

found guilty by a Supreme Court He stands for immediate relocation of all Cuban
Jury on Oct. 18. Justice Scarr
Refugees that have taken jobs. OPPORTUNITYFor
was: orry to do so, since Hep- your
burn was a first offender, but ho
sentenced him to one year hard He is an INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE, not under Best Selections, Call at Once

labor In pr on. the thumb of big politicians.

Michael J. Svmonette. 19, METRO REALTY
Clifford V. Seymour 21: Roseoe WIN With "MIKE"
A. L. Davies 22; and Elikal O. I 262 W. FLAGLER ST.

.. of Moss the all Telecommunications members of the staff De I Pull Lever 13-A on Nov. 21 JE8.5993.FR: 71144tI

partment left by BOAC on Oct. I'd. Pol. AdT. 1,' '
19 for London. They will attend ... ..:.1JJt:/,.... {I: I'., ,
North East Esaex College for a I .

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Rev L. A. Thompson, pastor In November 4th issue on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18 19661RUI'tUREDJb
Woman's Day Sunday School....................... 0:31 our 13, column 1, there appeared I
Morning Worship ................ 11:0(1( page a real- estate ad under the
Evening Worship .................... 7:31 of Fair Realty. It was done
SpeakerSt. B. T. U .................................... &31 name Inadvertently: and we offer our

Matthew's Baptist Church, Woman's Day on Sunday was apology. The name should have
361 NW 17th St. will observe its both a spiritual and a financial been Trio Realty.
annual Woman's Day Sunday succss. The attendance was large ....... 1Ie OfflMAfpru.ii .bt.....
VTM Altar ......a. LOW
Nov. 19. The speaker durIng and appreciative. Mrs. Walton NOTICE UNDER
the morning service will be Roblneon, principal of A. L. PiLEsRECTAL DISEASESDUIOWTSCUNIC.M'1
Miss Marie White, prominent Lewis Elementary School, Home, FICTITIOUS NAME LAW -""
Church and civic worker of this stead, was the morning speaker.Her NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that IH IT.BRAND .
city. She is a member of long address was challenging, informative the undersigned, desiring to en.
standing of Mt. ZIon Baptist and Inspiring.A gage in business under the fictitious
Church and for the past 19 missionary film entitled, name of:
years has served as Grand District "The White Man's God," was one
Deputy of the DaughterElks. )f the features of the evening, SERVICE DRUG STORE
In addition to her being a with Miss D. L. Hart as projec 1240 Miami NW, 3rd Florida Avenue NEW HOMES !
counselor in the Juvenile Courtof the said name
intends to register
Dade County, Miss White IB All of the captains made with the Clerk of the Circuit
of the board of splendid reports and the various
member ,
a .
directors of Christian Hospital committees' deserve credit for a Court of Dade County, See these beautiful homes today'!
of the committeeon job well done.
and chairman 18 25 Dec. 2, 1961
a Nov. 11, ,
juvenile delinquency for the The chairman and cochairman, Drive by and let us make a deal for you. All are 3-
Baptist Women's State Conven Mrs. Augusta Newbold and Mrs.
tion. Matilda Hall, wish to than all NOTICE UNDER
bedroom homes and
their I can be purchased for as little
During the evening service at co.workers, and the
7:30 o'clock an inspirational friends from St. Agnes Episcopal FICTITIOUS NAME LAW air
Church, St.: Matthew's
film:' "A Woman to Remember"will Baptist,
Mt. Olivette
: St. James, NewBethel
be shown. the Church of God in the undersigned, desiring to engage $700 down Move right in
The public is cordially Invited Christ the Senior Twilight Sewing in business under the fictitious -
to attend both of these services. Circle, the Social Savings name of:
Rev. N. F. Clark is paator; Club and Pall Bearers' Lodge SNACK WAY 935 NW 49th Street
Mrs. Lillian Clark, chairman and No. 15 and other friends and pa* 5596 NW 17th Ave.
Mrs. Carnelia Smith, co-chair. trons for their cooperation Miami, Florida .
man. Special thanks to Miss Elsie Intends to register the said name : t u: 1910 NW 49th Street ;t.'ftIfa :.
Douglas who typed and arrang. with the Clerk of the Circuit ,
Moses Perry SpeakerFor ed all the copy for the programand Court of Dade County, Florida. : 3011 NW 52nd Street }.i:,"
Mrs. Lula M. Colbrooke, Winston and Norman Foster, ,'i I f. ,I. .
chairman of the social commit. Owners. ,'
Men's Day tee, who used her car for the Oct. 28, Nov. 4, 11, 18, 1961 839 NW 56th Street < ,.
nany errands*
Mrs. Blanche Hart and Mrs. ;
Eliza Andrews, two Recognition Day at
We also have
members, were presented flow. brand new 3 and 4 bedroom I

faithful ors by service.Mrs E. Campbell for Kendall SundaySunday home in Goulds, Perrine area. $200 down

Nov. 19 at 3:30 p.m.
Sunday services will be as the monthly Recognition Day -
usual. Those who could not will be observed in the auditor.
tc y' 4) make the grade" last Sunday ium on the grounds of the Dade
no asked to see what they can County Children's home at Ken. FORD REALTY Inc.
do. The Willing Workers' Club dall. I ,
$ s n will sponsor a tea at 3 ip.m. at The speaker will be Mrs. WilLiam
S R the home of Mrs. Beatrice Hud. Savoy, wife of the Rev. I
: .. 5524 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 7-2559
: .y son, 1621 NW let Court. William Savoy, pastor of Grace
*r 'T7o
4 0 a Presbyterian Church In Liberty

323 N.W. 14th Street
Rev J. L. Johnson, pastor MT. SINAI BAPTIST
Sunday School....................... 930
vlorning Worship ................ lioi: Rev. S. A. Thomas, pastor "Cream of The
H *. T. U ............................,... 5:30 Mrs. J. S. Walker, reporter Crop"LOVELY
!Evening!: Worship. ................... 7:30 Sunday School . . 9:30
Morning worship . 11:ou CBS HOMESOpen
NEW HOPE BAPTIST BTU . . . . (6:00
....._''' m._ Evening worship . . 7:00
Rev. James E. Brown pastor 2-6
The men of Mt. Sinai Baptist Bro. Vandell Bovan, reporter ,-_ p.m.
I Church will observe Men's Day Sunday School ..._.-.._.......... 9:30 FHA APPROVED MORTGAGELOW
Sunday, Nov. 26 The theme will Morning Worship ................ 11:00: Advertise It Pays!
be Purpose"Facing" The Future With a Evening Worship ................. 7.n DOWN PAYMENT

Moses Perry of the Carver
YMCA will be the guest speakerat FOR SALE BRAND NEW I Lovely home on 2 lots. First time offered. Will be
11 a.m. New sold today. Only $500 down, no extra charge
The singing men of Mt. Sinaiare Style Homes
making ready a fine chorus ,. ...mow ...-... I
4834 NW 15th AVENUE
for a day of great rejoicing.
Deacon Henry Peoples, chairman f 5875 NW 31st AVENUE 1444 NW 44th STREET
Deacon J. D. Allen, co- Gorgeous 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Can be used as home
chairman 'Rev. S. A. Thomas,
; Bank Financing Easy Terms
pastor. and income. $500 down, owner pays closing costs.
No qualifying Move right in $89 per month.
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Men's Day at Open Sunday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. .... ....--....

Zion ''Hill Church C. C. Wynne, Builder J. E. 1-6902 4601 NW 8th AVENUE

__ ___ I I I Lovely corner, Fla. room, garage, large rooms,
stove, refrigerator, $400 down, no extra charge



-. Modern duplex, large units, live rent free, $475

\\ \ >< down, no extra charge

Look Who Is Here ,.. --

i 1851 NW 48th STREET

Real doll house. Fla. room, hardwood floors, A-l

shape $300 down, no closing costs, $69 per month.

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877 NW 77th STREET
World's greatest helper more than 50 years experience
I xI in helping and solving your problems. If I |Modern huge duplex, just like a home and income.EZ .

worried over love, money, job, health, evil and ene- | terms.

in I i mica-Do you want happiness, success and prosper .. ----...
ity then come NOW. I
I I11E1' 1129 NW 77th STREET

i ALL WORK ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED"For I Estate! Lovely. large home and extra lot. Must see.

ROSCOE JACKSON God so loved the world that lie gave his only begotten $400 down, no closing costs.
Morning Speaker son, that whosoever believeth In Him shall not perish but have
Zion Hill M. B. Church will everlasting life. I
observe its Men's Day program I JESUS NEVER FAILS JESUS NEVER FAILS
Sundav. Rev, James Pickett is
the. pastor. Get help first visit -- See me firstRev. J

\: Rev. Roseoe Jackson, associate !
pastor of the New Mt. Morlah Joseph Caleb ( Broker That Works For You)
Baptist Church I Ir9 slated to be i
l 4600 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 4-0655
the morning speaker at 11 a.m.
L :' 'vAt 7:30 p.m. the speaker will; : 642 NW 2nd Ave.-Room 209 I (Open Sunday)

be Rev. C. B. Rock of Bethany ., .
i S. D. A. Church. The public is i Phone FR 4-8105 ,, .-- .
l Invited .
I I I1JJf1
Hours 0:30 to 1:30 J1.m8 to 0 pjn.
|The men are' hoping to make : aan p.m.
i i c this a' great day, spiritually and I It has been proven Advertising pays off!
financially. ---
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areas o( the curriculum in help as a culmination of the Spelling
ing children learn with under Project on a library-centered vocabulary -
HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS standing.The for the 4th to 6th

group heard Kenneth T. grades. Devotions for Nor. 13,
.-....... :.. -:: .... .. .......... I Williams, candidate for Group 4 14 and 15 centered about this ,.

WASHINGTON PARK EAST OPA Miami City Commission and nls I observance were conducted by
DUNBAR campaign manager. Samuel Moa
the librarian and two member ';
The Washington Park Improvement Is more blessed to give than Success beyond our goal attended cur Jr. of the 1-
library committee. Mr*. {
Association of North to Dr. G. W.
The East Opa Locka Dunbar's first Family Hawkins was the .
Beach held Its main Roslyn Bethel and Amanda '
Miami reg. faculty believing In that strong. Supper-Open House held last speaker.
ular meeting at the home of Mr. ly tried to spread a little sun : Thursday as one facet of the observance Congratulations to Principaland Franklin. ,

and Mrs. George Smith, 1538 NE shine during American Education of American Education Mrs. Adams, parents and GOOOOOOOgCiOOOOOO ,'I
152nd Terr.A Week Mrs. Allen, grandmother
Week. Over 600 parents visited upon

wonderful repast was servo Among the activities and the classrooms to watch a short and the selection of their daughter NEED MONEY ::
pro. demonstration In the teaching of granddaughter Scelva as $25 to $600
ed by the hostess, Mrs. Qeorgle grams observed were: Miss Sophomore
reading by each of our 47 class at Tuskegee.Our .
Smith. On
Sunday the faculty mem. pleasant Call PL i
soft-spoken 8-3653
room teachers, ;
Our next meeting will be held bers participated in the various
clerk, Mre. Maebell Wilson has
at the home of Mr. and Mrs "hurch services in the communi Parents enjoyed sound filmstrips started up the ladder with a IDEAL LOAN .:
Hector Smith, 1654 NE 153rd ty.A on Study Habits and heard Grade II acquired through a re.
Terr., Nov. 21. All members are program presented b/ the the librarian, Mrs. Love, talk cent competitive examination. : 6105 N.W. 7th Avc. a aMIAMI

asked to be present. parents, Mrs. V. Tresvant Mrs. briefly on the cooperation of all Children's Book Week served ,.000000000 ooaaoo O.OODO 0.. :
Walker Rev. Faust and Mrs
.Mrs. Z. Crawford, president ------
; I Johnson, stressing the theme, ,
Mrs. Beatrice Nelson secretary; "Time to Work Together."

Mrs. Ruby Castelow, reporter. Displays ere placed in the

nearby atorea emphasizing the
FRANCES S. TUCKERThe daily themes.A NEEDS.;

program honoring outstand
week of November 6 to ing teachers in the community. '
11 was observed as American Intra-echool
visitations were :
Education Week. Monday night made. DAVE -
the school _was opened to the
parents or tile community as we Mrs. Annie Anderson and Mrs
had open house from 8 o'clock Alma Brooks were honored as '
followed by a playlet given by outstanding teachers presently In
the third grade group entitled, retirement. C. Dorsey who was
"Instant Education." chosen by the student body was

honored as the most outstanding KENNEDY
To climax] the many events faculty member for the

our faculty worshipped in con. week Mrs. Anderson and Mr.
cert at the St. Paul AME Dorsey received their gifts dur-

Church. We were Inspired by tho Brooks, who Is presently in Com
victlons," delivered by Rev. T. C.I I ing the special program and Mrs.

book, and will want to read it to munlty Hospital, was presented

Kelly.In her gift there by Mrs. H. Mat.

observance thews and L. Ivy, chairman and
Book Week
o.chalrman of the committee for
thd Miami News
sponsored Its
anhuat contest on book reviews.
You are cordially Invited to
OUr .
attend PTA
our meeting on Monday
tb Joycelyn Hill, whose book
29, 8 p.m.
review "Meld Pies"
appeared in
A sincere thanks to everyone
Sunday's Miami News. I
who helped to make our programa I
success. "What we have done
Our appreciation Is extended
for ourselves alone dies with
to Miss Washington, our librarIan
us; what we have done for
who has worked untiringlywith
others and for the world
the children and their
mains and Is immortal.
original compositions on book
reviews. Josephine Mackey, principal a' ;
Mary A, Jenkins, reporter
The PTA sponsored a trip tc
the Crandon Park Zoo. Many pa.
rents and children enjoyed themselves EVANS ELEMENTARY

immensely.Our .

extended skills group visited WEEK HIGHLIGHTS

the Museum of History And
Richard Chambers associate .
Natural Dr. ,
Science. The trip was
professor of education at the
enjoyable.We k+
University of Miami, spoke on I I
have at our school two lr- the day's topic "Time to Decideon
tern teachers from Betbur.e. Eaaentials" to a crowd of
Cookman College. They are Mrs.' parents, teachers and other in-
Boone receiving training under terested persons at a Coffee Hour
Mrs. Day; Mr. Stanley receiving' held in the library. Dr. Cham
training under Mrs. A. Gilford. bers commented on the essentials .
We hope that their experlince* of reading writing, arithmeticand ; 1a h
here will be highly beneficial social studies.On .

and that soon they will be com. Wednesday, Kenneth Wll-
petent and production education lams spoke on "Time to Explore

of our youth.I. New Idea" ___
J. Meares, (principal Our parents were with u.
P. Murray and again on Wednesday night to
II Baisden, reporters witness the demonstration of
teaching machines. Mrs. Naomi

Maya Dramatists Grant, speech consultant ,en- THE JET AGE WE LIVE IN CALLS FORe
lightened the audience by bring-
Ing out of the many points In

to Deliver 'T.T.T!' volved In the audiometer.Mrs. YOUTHS
Hazel Wilcox
the tape recorder and the VIGOR
The Mays High Dramatists,
who recently received .praise and part it is 1 playing: in the new
FLES. (Foreign Language In The
commendations for their thundering CHARACTER
Schools) program.
production, "To The Sec. Elementary .
:the mark of dramatic excellence the audience with the Speech o UNDERSTANDING

when they bring to their stage Improvement program which the

"The Triple Thrillers (T.T.T.") second grades are participating COURAGE
December 5, 6 and 7. In via the television. Mr. James
Johnson gave a demonstration
With the suspenseful], dyua with the projector and filmstrips
that has chilled audiences and Leo Albury brought to us
during that television favorite, the varied use of the record
'"Thriller," the Mays Dramatist player. Open House followed the
In a similar course, will present
three thrillers on one program program.The second grades presentedthe ELECT. Lever TUES
which are especially designed to closing activity of American .
achieve an explosion of varietyand Education Week with an as. '

top entertainment. eembly program at which time a
skit "Education In Our Time"was 214.NOVN
If you like a play with pathos, ,presented.And DAVE
strong personality conflicts anda so another remarkableand
tinge of romance and love, interesting American Educa
"Fog on The Valley" Is for you.
If you prefer a play stacked tion Week. the public to
I We are inviting
action and suspense, "South of The Border" with
"Minor Miracle" Is for you. If go 1961 at 8p.m.
us on Friday, Dec. 1,
you father
a play bubbling with In the school cafetorium. It KENNEDYCANDIDATE
and .
feverishly funny situation is our annual Lillie C. Evans
"Get That Thunderblrd"is date to
for you. I Day program. Make a
enjoy a good program and seethe

The triple thrillers are guar. crowning of Mr. and Miss

teed to .please: all ages, and for Lillle C. Evans.
the low price of 60 cent Alese K. Gill principal FOR MIAMI
Alexine W. Delaney reporter
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Nov. 30 40 Tears in Badness
All work guaranteed
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PAGE 16 SATURDAY NOVEMBER 18, 1961 Brownsville, "we' will repair'
on credit. Pay weekly.' Rowino NEED MONEY ? *
TV. .6952 NW 18th' Are OX fIJ- :
1-!426. Indf
Open MeetingThe Hair Weev Technician CALL
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County Board of Directors of !" Ronald I.. :,Baron ;./C 2-4343 *
James E. Scott Community As. I Mortgage Brplcer .
News sociatlon opened its meeting on II 220 SUNNY ISLE, BLVD.
I Nov. 8., to the entire membership u WI 7-3566 *
11KACIJ '. ,
HyWalter I andtfi!aff of JESCJA to give I ', ,
4. I them: an opportunity to become I t '.5.

Uowe : better and !its acquainted functions.with the. board 'i T' "fIo $ $ ;$i $.' $ $ $ $ $'
-"rA/-o oMo
The supper meeting was held -.
The CWH Fire Department'meets outdoors in the beautiful garden I,
Monday, Nov. 20, 8:30 at ESCA's headquarters, 1133 '
p.m. at the Chamber of Com. NW 66th St.Mem.bers I j -,
merce Building. Members are Announcing tie opening of. Liberty,,City*. most
asked to be present. Walter are etlll expresslug Complete Hardware Store ".
a Blatch, president; E. K. Hardy, their admiration for the efficient I : ,

secretary and dignified way In which president I. .f't ." JOE'S; JHA: WARE, & PAINT: STORE
Garth C. Reeves conductedthe ",' 1605 NW.62nd Street .
Stallght Lodge No. 642 will business session :, of i tHe "llfi"\; > Ir Phone6964g55We .
meet Friday, No,. 17 at the Ma. meeting. The supper and fellow' : t;v, S carry:complete line of hardware,. ,paint, houew,.,uv-Ji?
,sonic Temple. hip hour of the meeting '"was' ,4"! '" ; ':' <, e electrical, plumbing, fishing and torI' ;''7f..J1we'CIt
tnder the leadership of Mrs. C. : ," 'f" .t ,3'I .. window glass and make keys
Jam EH Williams of Fort Laud M. Jollivette chairman of ,the I p '1 '"1It "''"1\1 4 "F fri :
erdale celebrated his 24th birthday Social Education Committee and ,, ;" J1r" : ;''.." 3d ,If you need anything for your home we have..it .
at his home on Sunday. jtaff members. They, .dl ..... .
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:Mrs. Julia Johnson of 6420
SW 20th st., died Friday, Nov from the Preschool, Mrs. Sallie Collins attendedthe If you have a, problem-let us help you.
10 at the home of her daughterIn Children's and Senior Citizens Hair Weev Convention in "r
Liberty City. She is survivedby leaprtments gave members a New York City. She learned the
four daughters and four sons fllmpse of what's being accoin- latest techniques in hair weev \
;lathed at JESCA. I styling. If you have a hair weev
The Deacons' Board of Geth. They did an excellent Job, problem call her at the Modern
semane Baptist Church is spon. making everyone comfortable istic Beauty Salon, 826 NW 3rd Altman Insurance
ind at home. aye She will be happy to serve
a picture Saturday, Nov. .
18, 8 at the you. Phone FR 4.9944.
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